is a member of the Brierley Resident Acting Company and has worked extensively at DTC and other regional theaters around the country. In addition to her work on stage, she is a voice over and media actress and is proud to be represented by The Mary Collins Agency. Sally was a 2011 Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Award recipient, and is a Co-Founder and company member of Dallas’ Kitchen Dog Theater. She serves as Associate Professor of Acting and Voice in the Department of Theater at the University of North Texas.
is a director and writer living in Dallas, TX. His work has been seen at: Dallas Theater Center; Kitchen Dog Theater; Second Thought Theatre; Classical Acting Company; Stage West; Southern Methodist University and Hardin Simmons University. He was named Best Director by D Magazine and Best Local Playwright by Dallas Observer. He has been featured in American Theater Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, Art and Seek, Theater Jones and Arts and Culture and on KERA's Think with Krys Boyd. The Dallas Morning News has called his work “witty” and "smart;" Theater Jones said he "is a talent on and off stage;" and D Magazine said his direction is “touchingly insightful” and "if you’ve seen something interesting, provocative, or just plain good on a Dallas stage lately, there’s a decent chance Trull had a hand in it". He speaks about working in theater and leads workshops for organizations such as: Brown University; University of Texas; the Literary Arts Festival at Richland College; Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; The Perfect Performance theater camp; Texas Christian University; Theatre Communications Group conference; Southern Methodist University, and D University. His day job is producing and developing new plays and musicals as director of new play development at Dallas Theater Center. He is an active member of Kitchen Dog Theater's artistic ensemble and a former member of DTC's Brierley Resident Acting Company Visit him online at leetrull.com .
Steven Michael Walters
(Jerry) is a member of the Brierley Resident Acting Company and co-founder of Second Thought Theatre. DTC: The Book Club Play; Les Misérables; Clybourne Park; Henry IV; The Beauty Plays; The Good Negro (a co-production with The Public Theatre in New York). Theatrical credits: King Lear (Trinity Rep); Love’s Labour’s Lost and The Cherry Orchard (Peterborough Players); Thom Pain (based on nothing), King Ubu, and The Glory of Living (Second Thought Theatre); Romeo and Juliet; As You Like It and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Dallas). TV: Chase; My Generation; Friday Night Lights; Trauma; Dallas; Salvation; Prison Break; Mammas Dallas.
(Book / Lyrics / Composer) is an award-winning playwright and performer. Plays include: Stagger Lee (Dallas Theater Center); Fetch Clay, Make Man (New York Theatre Workshop, Marin Theatre Company, Roundhouse Theatre); Steel Hammer with SITI Company (Humana Festival); The Seven (Lucille Lortel Award Best Musical, New York Theatre Workshop, La Jolla Playhouse); Five Fingers of Funk! (Children’s Theatre Company); Honey Bo and the Goldmine (La Jolla Playhouse); and two acclaimed solo shows, The Gathering and Flow (solo shows toured to over 70 cities nationwide, Europe, Australia). Mr. Power is currently on the faculty at Meadows School of the Arts/SMU, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Playwright-in-Residence with Dallas Theater Center.
(Stanley Levison; FBI Agent; Rep. John McCormack; Reporter; Network Correspondent; Andrew Goodman; Seymore Trammell; Rev. Edwin King; Witness) is a member of DTC’s Brierley Resident Acting Company, where his credits include A Christmas Carol; Sense and Sensibility; The Rocky Horror Show; Les Misérables; The Fortress of Solitude; Fly By Night. Regional: Cincinnati Playhouse; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; Epic Theatre Ensemble; Elm Shakespeare Festival; Houston Shakespeare Festival. DFW: Second Thought Theatre; Undermain Theater; Theatre Three; Watertower Theatre; Trinity Shakespeare Festival; Shakespeare Dallas; Lyric Stage. Film/TV: Law & Order: SVU; Second Guessing Grandma. Alex is the Artistic Director of Second Thought Theatre in Dallas where he recently directed A Behanding in Spokane and Cock. MFA Yale Drama.
(Eddie/Dr. Scott) is a member of DTC's Brierley Resident Acting Company. Selected DTC: A Raisin in the Sun; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat; The Wiz; Dividing the Estate; A Christmas Carol; Death of a Salesman; Give It Up!; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2009, 1991); In the Beginning; The Who’s Tommy; and Crowns. Broadway and Off-Broadway: Lysistrata Jones. Regional: Cape Playhouse, A Contemporary Theater, Arkansas Repertory Theater. Local: Casa Mañana Theatre; Dallas Children’s Theater; Jubilee Theater; Theatre Three; WaterTower Theatre. Tours: Ain’t I a Woman; Blind Lemon Blues (Geneva and Paris); Blues in the Night. TV/Film: Get On Up; The Surgeon General; Dallas; The Secret Life of Walter Mitty; Straight A’s; Past Life; Friday Night Lights; Sordid Lives: The Series; and Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins. Awards: Leon Rabin, DFW Theater Critics Forum, D Magazine, Dallas Observer, Dallas Voice, and a Column Award.
(Director/Choreographer) is Associate Artistic Director at DTC, where his directing/choreography credits include: The Rocky Horror Show; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat; Cabaret; A Christmas Carol (2005-2009, 2011, 2012). DTC directing credits include: Clybourne Park; Red; God of Carnage; Dividing the Estate; reasons to be pretty; The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later; and Cotton Patch Gospel (starring its creator Tom Key). DTC choreography credits include: It’s a Bird... It’s a Plane... It’s Superman; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; The Who’s Tommy; and My Fair Lady. DFW Credits: Gruesome Playground Injuries (Second Thought Theatre);Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,and The Baltimore Waltz (Stage West); the premiere of Huck Finn by Lee Trull (Classical Acting Company). Mr. Ferrell is a former Artistic Director of Casa Mañana Musicals Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas. He has worked extensively around the country for Portland Center Stage, Papermill Playhouse, Ford’s Theatre, Lyric Theater of Oklahoma and North Shore Music Theatre, among others.
(Ebenezer Scrooge) is a member of DTC's Brierley Resident Acting Company. Selected DTC credits include:The Rocky Horror Show; Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure; Clybourne Park; FLY; The Odd Couple; A Christmas Carol; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor®Dreamcoat; The Tempest; Cabaret; and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has worked at numerous theaters nationally and locally including: Trinity Rep; Florida Stage; Stage West; Lyric Stage; Circle Theater; Casa Mañana, and Dallas Children’s Theater. Film/TV credits include: Revolution; Parkland; Friday Night Lights; The Chase; Prison Break; A Scanner Darkly; Walker, Texas Ranger; and PBS’s Wishbone. Chamblee can next be seen at DTC as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. He was a 2011 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow and is a DFW Theater Critic’s Award recipient. MFA from SMU. Love to his newborn son, Liam, and to Lynnie!
(Doctor Watson) is a member of the Brierley Resident Acting Company, where his roles include: A Christmas Carol; Red; The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity; Next Fall; Dividing The Estate; The Laramie Project Revisited; The Seagull. Regional credits: The Utah Shakespeare Festival; PlayMaker’s Repertory; Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival; Centre Stage; Boston Repertory; Camden Shakespeare Festival. Other Dallas credits: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf; King Lear (Kitchen Dog Theater); Bluebeard‘s Castle (The Dallas Opera); Much Ado About Nothing (Dallas Shakespeare Festival).