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artistic director & music
Rob DelGaudio is a songwriter and music educator, plays percussion, piano and ukulele (he's working on the accordion, too). He holds degrees from Manhattan School of Music, Hofstra University and is a graduate of the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop. He wrote and produced an album of original campfire songs to raise money to help send underprivileged kids to camp. Rob is the proud founder of the Tarrytown Ukulele Jam and is a music teacher in the White Plains City School District.
Jed Aicher is an actor, teacher, singer, and voice-over artist. He has
taught acting in nursing homes, prisons, and everywhere in between. Jed has a B.A. in Theater from Muhlenberg College, and a M.F.A. in Acting from Florida State University. He lives in Ossining with his wife Merideth and two monsters: a canine-weasel hybrid name Bella; and a Tasmanian devil toddler named Suzanna.
Dustin Sullivan is an actor/playwright/lyricist living in NYC. On stage, he's been seen in Heathers: the Musical (Off-Broadway), the National tour of Little House on the Prairie: the Musical, and for over a decade he's toured the US and abroad as a company member of the Reduced Shakespeare Company (they're a hoot, check 'em out). As a lyricist in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop, he's met and collaborated with some truly phenomenal classmates, and has a couple full length musicals in development. He loves the big city, but as a born-and-raised Upstate New Yorker (go Ithaca!), he always enjoys bringing art to other parts of this great Empire State.
Kaley grew up in a house that was full of Halloween decorations year-round (the dining room was repurposed for this function), so she is thrilled to be involved with this show. A Bennington graduate and member of the BMI Workshop, her biggest claim to fame as a lyricist is Team StarKid's Twisted: the Untold Story of a Royal Vizier, which has over 3 million views on YouTube. Since Twisted, she has written three (unpublished) novels, an award-winning spec script, a children's musical, and a musical screenplay. She also cohosts Anglophilia, a podcast about British comedy.
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