Secondary Leads

Nina Andrea

Nina Andrea

as Devon Adams

Minsk, Belarus

Nina has always had a knack for acting and performing, even from a young age she has been a part of school plays and musicals. '4/20/99: A Story of Columbine', will be one of Nina's first community theatre productions in recent years. One of Nina's most recent credentials includes Strange Films Productions, "Raven". Which premiered in several films festivals across the country, and won numerous awards at the New Jersey Horror Convention 2022. When not acting, Nina enjoys photography and loves working with both new and established actors, as well as portraits and event photography!

Kenny Klugewicz

as Nate Dykeman

New York, New York

Nate Dykeman will be Kennys first theater role since training at the Michael Warner acting studio in NYC. It was there that Kenny began his acting career in 2017. Learning the Meisner Technique, and performing multiple scenes from plays such as; 'The Odd Couple', 'Reasons to Be Pretty', 'Romeo and Juliet' and 'Death of a Salesman', during his two years at the studio. Since then, Kenny has also appeared in multiple independent films, web series, and interactive projects. Kenny has also trained with other instructors and casting directors such as; Lawrence Ballard Kelly Gillespie, JV Mercanti, Doug Keston, and Mark Tillman, and continues to study acting to this day. When Kenny is not acting or auditioning, he can be seen performing with his punk band Radioactive Material, singing and playing guitar. As an art teacher, you can find and interact with Kenny himself through his YouTube channel on "Kennys Greasy Paint" where he offers free tutorials on how to paint the wet- on-wet technique with oils. Kenny would like to dedicate his performance to the victims and families who have suffered through the tragedy of gun violence

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Marisa Helene Mast

as Patti Nielson

Marisa is appreciative for the opportunity to join this production! Some of Marisa's professional credits include: "Six South" (NY Premiere, Director/Costume Designer), "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" (Stockton University, Co-Director), "The Hobbit" (Greater Ocean City Theatre Co., Assistant Director). Other notable performance credits include: "The Family Project" (Mom White), "Avenue Q" (Lucy u/s), "Mourning Has Broken" (NY Premiere, Amy) "Little Women" (Jo March), "Noises Off!" (Brooke), "You Can’t Take It With You" (Essie Carmichael), "Company" (Marta), & "Dancing at Lughnasa" (Maggie Mundy), for which she earned an Irene Ryan Nomination for her performance.

 

Marisa would like to make a special thanks to fellow cast-member Celine Fleenor, sister Stockton Theatre alumni, as well as the entire cast and production team for their hard work and dedication. Gratitude for their constant faith and abiding support! הנני
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Mike Gee

as Neal DePooter & Dave Sanders

Camden, New Jersey

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Walter Dodd

as Thomas Klebold & Wayne Harris