The Last Days of Judas Iscariot - January 09 - January 11, 2014

The Beacon School

 Crew Who's Who 

  • Jo Ann M. Cimato head shot

    Jo Ann M. Cimato

    Stage Direction & Design

    In the last 25 years Ms. Cimato has performed in, directed, propped, costumed, written, stage managed, and designed countless dramatic, musical, or opera productions in many states and a few foreign countries. Making plays with B'DAT is her favorite thing to do. This is her 19th B'DAT production. The ultimate betrayal? Giving up. With love for Isaiah.

  • Alexandra Campos head shot

    Alexandra Campos

    Alumni Production Assistant

    A recent graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Alexandra is honored to have been able to work on such a beautiful play with such talented artists. Alex's theatre career actually began in this black box nine years ago and she couldn't be happier to be back home. Alex thinks the ultimate betrayal not trusting and not loving yourself.

  • Jennie Russianoff head shot

    Jennie Russianoff

    Assistant Director, Dramaturg

    Jennie Russianoff is thrilled to be working on her seventh show with BDAT. You may have seen her in As You Like It, however she usually hides back stage. The ultimate betrayal? Eating the last cheese doodle at a party.

  • Jolee Cohen head shot

    Jolee Cohen

    Production Stage Manager

    Jolee Cohen is thrilled to be a part of this incredible production, which happens to be her 6th show at Beacon. You might’ve seen her in The Who's Tommy, Guys and Dolls, As You Like It, or Light in the Piazza, as well as a number of choir shows. When Jolee isn't in the drama studio, she’s probably at Pick a Bagel or AP Calc tutoring. To Jolee, the ultimate betrayal is taking the last piece of gum.

  • Maud Wexler Rush

    Lighting Coordinator

    This is Maud's third year doing lighting for B'Dat. She is the Lighting Queen. This is her first solo lighting project. She's a thespian, a friend, and a countryman. The biggest betrayal? She wouldn't know- she's loyal to a fault.

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