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In order of appearance: 

Kyrence (Ky) Mazyck-Holmes (Sampson), a Sophomore Theater Arts major, was recently seen in A Very Potter Sequel and the Antigone Project. Ky is from Sacramento and has been acting “more seriously” since the 8th grade. He is also a part of Theta Alpha Phi, the theater honorary fraternity. 

Lushan Zhang (Abraham) is a junior theater arts minor and an international student from China. She studied ballroom dancing for three years. She now sings alto in the university choir.

Maya Sritharan (Emcee, Clown), a sophomore theatre arts major, was recently seen in UOP’s The New Antigone(s), as Claire in the film Andie, and as Ismene in A Stone’s Throw. This summer, she completed an acting apprenticeship with Livermore Shakespeare Festival. She is currently stage manager/assistant director for Theta Alpha Phi’s production of High School Musical.

Christina Wampler (Romeo), a Sophomore theater arts major, was seen recently as Goldsmith in Comedy of Errors. She has performed since age 14.  She has a background in theater (senior year of high school) being both a director and an actor.  She also plays a medieval combat sport called Dagorhir.

Becky Cooper (Benvolio, Maria, Stephano) is a second year student at Pacific double majoring in Art and Geology. Becky began performing at the age of seven in Monterey.  Recently she has been seen as Antigone in The New Antigones, and Draco Malfoy in A Very Potter Sequel.

Olivia Pecot (Mercutio, Olivia, Stephano) is a freshman Education Major. She has been performing on the musical theatre stage for six years. She plays Symphonic Alto and Soprano Saxophone and Jazz Bass Trombone. She also has experience conducting, often leading concert bands and pit orchestras for her high school’s theatre and music departments.

Luke Bolle (Sir Toby Belch, Caliban), a senior theatre arts major, was recently seen on stage as Tom in This Property is Condemned. Recipient of the 2016 Sandra Persels Design & Technical Theatre Award, he spent his summer at the Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio’s Summer Conservatory. He is also a member of Theta Alpha Phi. 

Tyler Reardon (Sir Andrew Aguecheek) is a History and Theatre Arts double major recently seen in Delta Drama’s production of Almost, Maine as Jimmy/Randy, Love and Information as Ensemble, and the University of the Pacific’s, The Antigone Project as the Archivist. Tyler is the President of Phi Alpha Theta (National Honor Society for History) and the Treasurer of Mortarboard (National Honor Society for Seniors).

Eric Orosco (Trinculo), a Junior English Major, holds a bronze medal from the 2010 Lenaea Festival for his original One-Act-Script, Wings. His play The Olive Branch was put on as part of the University of Idaho’s 10-Minute Play Festival. This is his first major role since high school.

Erica Magana (Ariel), a junior psychology and sociology major, enjoys theater arts as a break from life stresses. At Franklin H.S she played the role of Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This is her first performance on the UOP stage and she is looking forward to participating in future shows!

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