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Delaney Molnar (Directing & Tuesday Acting Classes) is the Assistant Director of the Children’s Theatre program at South Park Theatre. She has been involved with South Park Children’s Theatre for over a decade and has performed many times on both the outdoor and indoor stages, as well as at several other local theaters. She has directed The Frog Princess and Nanny Claus for SPCT. Delaney has a BA in Theatre from Rowan University.

Jeanie Cygrymus (Saturday Acting Classes) has been performing since she was in elementary school and her love for theater has never wavered. She has worked in many aspects of theater over the years from being a Props Designer and Sound Designer to being a Director and Actor. Jeanie currently works at Peters Township High School where she serves as the Thespian Troupe Sponsor and as one of their show directors. She has also directed for South Park Children’s Theatre for the past 12 years and has taught acting classes for Mon River Arts and at the Bethel Park Library. Jeanie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Sciences.

Ben Nadler (Playwriting Classes) is a professional actor, writer, and filmmaker based in Pittsburgh, PA. His play The White Cat has been performed twice at South Park Children's Theatre (where he is also an alumnus), and he has received multiple awards for various works he wrote, directed, and produced at Emerson College. He performs locally with the Pittsburgh Savoyards, South Park Theatre, Little Lake Theater, and myriad independent filmmakers both in and out of the Pittsburgh area. During the day, Ben works as a Production Manager for HardPin Media, creating digital documentary and commercial video content for clients including Vital Voices, eBay, Everytown, the ACLU, and many more. For more information, feel free to visit his website


Mia Taylor (Improvisation Classes) Mia Taylor is a Pittsburgh theatre artist and technician that graduated from Michigan State University in 2022, where she majored in Stage Management.  In her time at MSU, she worked on over 12 productions focusing on several different areas of production.  She was the technical director and ensemble member of the school’s improv troupe “After School Special” for four years.  Upon graduating, Mia moved back home to Pittsburgh where you can usually find her backstage at the PPG Paints Arena, The Benedum, Starlake Pavilion, South Park Theatre, or on tour with Squonk Opera.  While she doesn’t perform onstage as much anymore, she has found that her improv skills have helped her navigate the backstage world.  She is passionate about inspiring other young artists to utilize improv comedy as a life skill and to have fun!

Annabel Lorence (Costume Design Class) has been a costume designer for South Park Theatre and South Park Children’s Theatre for so long that it has become her second home. When not here at SPT, Annabel is the Wardrobe and Costume Stock Supervisor for the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. She most recently costume designed this season’s Mainstage productions of Sylvia and These Shining Lives, and South Park Children’s Theatre’s productions of Rats! The Musical, Little Red Robin Hood, Cinderella Caterpillar, and Nanny Claus. Annabel’s favorite part of costume design is revealing a character’s personality by showing how they choose to present themselves to the world by what they decide to wear: whether that is a beat-up pair of blue jeans or a fancy hat with a feather or a jacket that is two sizes too big. She is excited to teach others how clothing can add the extra element that brings an actor’s performance to life on stage. Annabel has a BA in Theatre at California University of Pennsylvania.

Jeff Boles (Shakespeare Classes) is a graduate of The American Music and Dramatic Academy and received his BA in Theatre Performance from Marymount Manhattan College.  As a director, Jeff has worked with South Park Children’s Theatre, Porch Light Productions, Westinghouse Arts Academy Charter School and Hampton Middle School. He has performed as an actor with River Rep at Ivorytown Playhouse, Pax Amicus NJ, Hudson Warehouse, Biggs/Rosatti National Tours, the DC Comedy Festival, Porch Light Productions, Little Lake Theatre, and his original play “King of Bohemia”, was performed at the Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York City. He is also a social studies teacher at South Park High School. 


Julie Ann Boles (Shakespeare Classes) received her BA in Theatre and English from the University of Richmond and her MFA in Acting from The Ohio State University, where she taught undergraduate classes in Acting, Acting Shakespeare, and Voice for the Actor.  She also studied with John Basil at The American Globe Theatre in New York City and Anne Bogart’s SITI Company.  She has performed with the Texas Shakespeare Festival, Hudson Shakespeare Company, The New York Fringe Festival, The Actor’s Theatre of Columbus, Brooklyn’s Gallery Players, Porch Light Productions, and Little Lake Theatre.