Johnathan Cedano (Montalban "Monty" Maximiano)

Johnathan has appeared in several Off-Off Broadway productions including Street Theater, Noche de Ronda,
Banjee, Los Nutcrackers (A Christmas Carajo), etc.
Johnathan also has done spots for Walmart and voice over work for Spanish radio. He's very excited to be part of this
talented cast.



Dale Church (Tyler Winsome)

Dale is very happy to be returning to the stage of the
Lil’ Peach, and to be working with DJM Productions
once again. This is his 6th show with this wonderful
company; he was last seen on the Peach’s stage playing
Dale (no relation) in Tune In Tomorrow. Other favorite
shows with DJM include playing Osvald in Ibsen’s Ghosts,
and Sky in Body and Soul. Favorite performances with
other companies include playing Andrew in I Hate Hamlet,
Sir Harry in Once Upon A Mattress, and Don Lockwood in Singin’ In The Rain, among many others. Thanks to this
cast and crew for being such wonderful, fun people to work with, and thanks to Dave & Randy for making me a part
of the family, on and off the stage!



Jonah Dill-D’Ascoli
(Willy Eros)

Jonah Dill-D’Ascoli is an Actor/Puppeteer recently
transplanted to the Big Apple from Minneapolis. Jonah currently holds a BA in Philosophy and Theatre from Drew University and an MA in Classical Acting from the Central School of Speech and Drama in London as well as studying with the Song of the Goat Theatre and Grotowski Center in Wroclaw, Poland. Professional New York credits include: Ceremonies 17 (Theatre for a New City), Everyman (Looking Glass Theatre), and Sisyphus’s Day Off (Aren Haun Productions). Other recent productions include Romeo and Juliet (Pax Amicus Castle Shakespeare Repertory Theatre), What If? (Tale on Fire Theatre) and Little Vines (Cory Busse Productions) as well as everal tours with the National Theatre for Children. When he is not on stage, Jonah can also be
found backstage designing puppets and masks or building
the odd set when necessary.



Tony Musco
(Walter Dulcet)

Tony has an extensive background in musical theater, opera, ballet and films and has performed in over 100 productions. Some of his favorites are Grease, Godspell, Jesus Christ Superstar, Fiddler on the Roof, The Medium, Carousel,
Carmen, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty. Tony has a B.S. in Dramatic Arts from CUNY University.
He sang on Broadway at the Mark Hellinger Theater with
the Times Square Church in their Christmas show Coming Home. Tony is also a soloist with the Folk Dance Theatre. When not performing, Tony is a ballroom dance teacher.



Erin Roberts
(Roddy Desejar)

Erin Roberts is a New Jersey native and recent graduate of
the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York. After AMDA, Erin spent some time at the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center for Improv and is stage combat certified in Single Sword with more weapons in progress. Presently, Erin is a very busy person, working on developing
a web comedy series and a budding sketch comedy group.
Erin is recently engaged as well, so you know what means, fellas… hands off of this hot potato!



Megan Simard
(Debbie May Johnson)

Megan is thrilled to be playing Debbie May in Peep Show
. A graduate of Wagner College with a major in Theatre and a minor in English, favorite past productions include Sundog Theatre's The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd (The Girl/Urchin), Uncommon Women and Others (Samantha Stewart), Cabaret (Olga), Swing! (Featured Vocalist), and The Dance Project: Breaking Boundaries.



Doug Spagnola (Perry Johnson )

Doug is excited to be working with such a talented cast and crew as this. He recently developed and directed the new musical R.R.R.E.D. in NYC and Los Angels. Doug directed DJM Production's hit theater-of-the-absurd play Tune In Tomorrow last year and was seen in DJM Production's production of Chicken Delight here at the L'il Peach. Doug
was the Assistant Director of DJM's production of Ibsen's Ghosts. Favorite regional credits include: Martinez in
Take Me Out
, Ren in Footloose, Boy in The Play About
The Baby
, Mark in The Shadow Box, Vinnie Black in
Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding
, Keith in Betty’s Summer Vacation
and John Merrick in The Elephant Man. Doug also spent
time last year touring the South East with a children’s
theatre company and has enjoyed a number of roles in
many independent films. A special thanks to Dave and
the rest of the PSM cast and crew for making him feel at
home in the L'il Peach.



Greg Thornsbury (Bob Wanton)

This is Greg's second appearance at the Dionysus Theatre.
He was last seen in DJM Productions' critically-lauded production of Fever. In five, short years in NYC, Greg has performed at Lincoln Center, Rose's Turn,
The Mint Theatre, The Producers Club, The Gene Frankel Theatre, and at The Kraine Theater. Greg has also been a
key member of the traveling improv dinner theatre troop Hanging Cow Productions which is in the preliminary stages
of mounting an actual Off Broadway run of The Buttcracker. Prior to NYC, Greg acted in regional theatre in Minneapolis
and Indianapolis. Before that, he began his professional
career as a regular on the Fox 59 Morning Television Show
in Indianapolis. Greg wishes to give a special shout-out to
Dave for his faith, support, guidance and zen-like patience. Greg also sends his love to his sweet and beautiful wife, Valerie. Last, but certainly not least, Greg sends his love to
his parents who have to be saints having put up with his
antics and always offbeat (usually shocking) roles he
inhabits on the boards in NYC.



Joelle Wayland-Lewis (Brian Amative)

Coming from his diverse, Parisian background where playing the accordion is a family pastime and tradition, Joelle broke
that mold by becoming a hip-hop clown dancer in Compton California. Even then, he never imagined this would take him
to the East Coast where musical theatre would become his bread and butter. A graduate of AMDA, he also has a BFA in Jazz/Bules Vocal Production and Theory, and a certification
in orchestration/notation. Some credits include Theatreworks/Two Beans Pro. of Winnie the Pooh National
Tour (Winnie the Pooh), Smokey Joe's Cafe (Adrien and Ken),
a gospel music tour of Germany and France (Tenor Soloist), Little Shop of Horrors (Trio-Ronnette "Ronnie"), and Guys and Dolls (Benny Southstreet). "Merci beaucoup" to all who
support live theatre. A mon maman et grands-parents:
Pour toi- j'ai t'aime.


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