Dan Elaine (DiFalco) Daugherty- Many, many years ago, Dan and Elaine met backstage while working tech for Guys and Dolls in Hauck. They were married in 1999. After working as the Technical Director (Dan) and Adjunct Acting Faculty (Elaine) at UMaine for 8 or 9 years, they recently left Maine. They are currently living in Lafayette, IN where Dan is pursuing an MFA in Technical Production at Purdue University. Elaine is putting her two Theatre degrees to good use by working as the Property Manager for Foxfire Apartments, (which snags them a very nice discount on rent while they tough out three years in the Bible belt…three long years.) Thankfully, they have the most beautiful little boy in the world (the precocious and talented Mr. Michael Shea Daugherty)to keep them busy enough to (almost) not notice how strange this part of the country is. Let’s hear it for liberal tree-hugging hippies on the East Coast!
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John Geoffrion – After graduation, John acted and directed dozens of productions with small theatre companies in and around his hometown of Portsmouth NH. He’s worked with several summer stock companies, including Peterborough Players, Lost Nation Theatre, and Acadia Repertory Company. In 2001 he relocated to NYC, where he studied at HB Studio with Austin Pendleton, and directed a pair of off-off-Broadway productions. He came to Washington DC for grad school, and earned an MFA in Acting in 2006. He is steadily acting in DC theatre, in addition to his full-time job at a major environmental non-profit. E-mail: email@example.com
David Adkins has been working at the University of Maine, School of Performing Arts as Facility Manager since 1997. He has both a BA (95) and MA (03) in Theater from the University of Maine. He is advisor to the Maine Masque and lives in Bangor with his wife Adele and their son Jamie. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Krystyne Doherty Cheever is the founder of the ALL Friends Cabaret which promotes community awareness and raises funds for non-profit organizations. She earned a BA in theater arts from the University of Maine and was a finalist and talent winner in the Miss Maine Scholarship Pageant. Krystyne has performed in numerous productions for both regional and national theater companies, including the National Tour of American Family Theatre’s production of Tom Sawyer. To honor her work in ALL Friends and its positive impact on the community, Krystyne was one of the 2001 recipients of the Outstanding Volunteer Award from JP Morgan Chase in New York City. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the South Boston Arts Association. She and her husband, Albert, reside in Quincy, Massachusetts. Contact information can be found at www.allfriendscabaret.com
Catherine Mary Moroney-
Since graduating in 1997, she has worked on and offstage regionally for such companies as Penobscot Theater Company, Philadelphia Theater Company, Azuka Theatre Collective, The Brick, Mum Puppettheatre, Lantern Theater Company, Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival, and the Prince Music Theater. Her work with Theater Catalyst resulted in a Barrymore Award for Excellence in Theater Education and Community Service in 2002. She was a teaching artist for playwrighting in inner city schools for the Philadelphia Young Playwrights. She was studio production manager/chief scenic artist for years for American Family Theater where her artwork still tours to over 1.4 million children annually. She is performing onstage this 2011-12 season at the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, Plays and Players Theater, Allens Lane Theater and Secret Room Theater. She currently works for the Un! iversity of the Arts in Philadelphia and performs at Phillies MLB home games.
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Laurie Dionne Babcock – I lived in New York for six years and moved back in 2006 to marry Jesse Babcock of Augusta in October 2007. I’m in the process of finishing my thesis, on “Staging African Slavery”, in order to graduate with my Master’s from Hunter College in Manhattan. As of August ’08, I work at Colby College’s Strider Theater as the Front of House Manager. I plan to be in Orono for Homecoming every year with my Greek friends and always try to check out the local theater scene (suggestions are welcome!). You can message me through myspace.com/lauriedionne.