Break a Leg

Written by Gary Seger
Directed by Sally Stockton






Sally S. Stockton
, Director

Sally is a director (Delicate Balance, Kiss Me Kate, Inherit the Wind, Comedy of Errors, Miracle Worker, Anne of a Thousand Days, House of Blue Leaves, Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, West Side Story ...), actor (Lettice, Fraulein Schneider, Mme Arcati ...), and lighting designer (St. Ceclia's, Lyceum, Grossmont Opera, Diversionary, etc.).






M. Susan Peck
as Director

Mrs Higgins--My Fair Lady--(Starlight) / Oracle I--Rhubarb...--(Moxie) / Othello, ...Shrew, Carol, Girl Bar (Patte Award)--(Women's Rep) / How to Succeed..(Aubrey Award)--(Scripps Ranch) / As You Like It, School for Scandal, Our Town-- (Old Globe) / Old Times, House of Blue Leaves--(ARTE,Inc.)-- many more. Thanks Sally.








Lee Hall
as Timothy

Lee Justice Hall has been acting for over 16 years.  He competed in Speech and Debate competitions throughout high school, and went on to receive his BA in Performing Arts from Southern University in 2003.  He is returning to the stage after 5 years in the Navy.  Favorite roles include Willy from "Willy and Ester" and Peter, from "It's Only a Play".







Ben Calabrese
as Josh

A recent high school graduate, Ben plans to major in Acting and Directing at Columbia College, Chicago.  Favorite roles to date include Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet and Mr. Velasco in Barefoot in the Park.






Leticia Martinez
as Taffy

Leticia Martinez studied a while with Robert Wald Actor's Studio then auditioned and was given her first part as Ronnie in "As Much As You Can" at the Diversionary Theatre, which was given great reviews. She is continuing with the Studio and hopes to grow as an actor as well as a person. She thanks everyone who has supported her along the way, especially her husband Christian, family and friends.






Calandra Crane
as Yolanda

Calandra Crane is happy to be joining the New Perspective Festival for its second year.  Most recently, she portrayed Harper in the Palomar College production of Angels in America.  She thanks her friends and family for their support, especially Mom and Bud.  As always, much love for Josh and Elek.





Mary Friedel as Stage Manager

A transplant from Milwaukee to San Diego, Mary has taken classes here in voice acting and comedy improv as well as an acting class at the Old Globe and others with Lloyd Hartman.  In Milwaukee she was in many "little theatre" productions and a murder mystery train group out of Chicago.  Favorite role: Anne Reardon in "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little."



Haig Koshkarian, Understudy


Gary Seger, playwright

Gary has written 40 plays, all debuted at readings of the Scripteasers. His 2-act "Alas, Poor Yorick" won at Ashland and Orlando. His 1-act "Means to an End" was seen at the NPV&CS Festival. He is the proud recipient of rejection letters from some of America's finest theatre companies.



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