Sarah Saunders, is our current Stage Manager at Undercroft. She's been with us since our 2015 production of A Christmas Carol: A Radio Show in which she was also on stage to help with the Foley sound effects and also played a part in the show. Sarah is also in charge of Undercroft's Facebook page and social media presence. She can also be found in the booth running lights or sound on many of the Dayton Theatre Guild productions.
Wendi Michael, who played C.Y. in the first Undercroft Players production of The Art of Self-Defense in 2013, directed Waiting for Oprah at the Brookville Community Theatre. Wendi was in the Dayton Theatre Guild's production of Good People and The Columnist and Beavercreek's Five Dresses. Most recently she reappeared in the Undercroft production of 'til Beth Do Us Part in Feb. 2017
Mary Mykytka made her debut with the Undercroft Players. as Jill in Weekend Comedy. Previous Dayton performances include UD's "Antigone" (Antigone), "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” (Domina), the Dayton Theatre Guild's "45 Seconds from Broadway" (Megan), "Opus" (Grace), and the Dayton Playhouse's own production of "Forum" (Philia). Mary, a former student of Teresa's in Kettering when she was young, got married in 2015 and moved out of town to be with her new husband. We miss you Mary and wish you well.
Leo Santucci, lastly in Weekend Comedy, was first on the Undercroft stage in the production of A Christmas Carol: A Radio Play in 2013. He then moved on to the Dayton Theatre Guild's production of An Inspector Calls. Leo was in Bespoke Theatre's production of William Shakespear's The Tempest which performed in several locations around the Dayton area. He was back on the Undercroft Players stage in The Hunchback of Notre Dame as Pierre the poet. He is now attending Sinclair College and doing shows there.
Max Santucci, on the Undercroft stage in the production of A Christmas Carol: A Radio Play in 2013, was on stage at the Dayton Theatre Guild in their production of An Inspector Calls. Max was in Dayton Playhouse's production of The Night of the Living Dead and followed that by coming back on the Undercroft stage in The Hunchback of Notre Dame as Captain Phoebus. Then he was in Dayton Playhouse's Grease. He is now attending Sinclair College and doing shows there.
Melissa Sokol appeared in her second show with the Undercroft Players as Peggy in Weekend Comedy. She was in "The Art of Self-Defense” which was the very first Undercroft production. She was in the 2015 production of A Christmas Carol: A Radio Play and most recently she appeared in 'til Beth Do Us Part.
Rachel Oprea, who played Elizabeth in the first Undercroft Players production of the Art of Self-Defense in 2013, is was in the Dayton Playhouse's Fix Me Jesus in March 2015 and BCT's production of Five Dresses Jan. 2016 and most recently starred in Dayton Playhouse's production of The Women March 2017.
Linda Sellers was our wonderful costumer. She has opened her own business and is busy helping people be well. She costumed The Elves and the Shoemaker and The Art of Self-Defense for Undercroft as well as A Christmas Carol: A Radio Play -2013, in which she also was a part of the cast. She costumed The Hunchback of Notre Dame for us after finishing up the costumes for the Theatre Guild show Good People.