A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men

by Aaron Sorkin

"Plenty of wise-cracking humor and suspense." —TIME Magazine

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7:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday Evenings
8:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings
2:00 p.m. Saturday Matinees

Cast Bios

* Indicates member of Actors’ Equity Association.

AllenCCOREY ALLEN* (Lance Cpl. Dawson) Corey Allen’s recent New York credits include Moony’s Kid Don’t Cry(Drama League DirectorFest) and Created Equal (Red Fern Theatre). Regionally, he has appeared in A Raisin in the Sun, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Huntington Theatre Company), The Fall of Heaven (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Othello, Twelfth Night, Henry VKing LearThe Comedy of Errors, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Great River Shakespeare Festival), and The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Cyrano de Bergerac (Utah Shakespeare Festival). Other favorites include The PillowmanThe Lion in WinterMarisol and Bus Stop. His recent film credits include Lost in the City and Where Truth Lies. He holds an MFA from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. corey-allen.com.
 ArcherAUSTIN ARCHER (Pfc. Downey) Austin is a Salt Lake native making his PTC debut! Recent credits include “The Cat” in Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat and “Nephi Jensen” in Saturday’s Voyeur at SLAC, “Mark Cohen” in Rent with Utah Repertory Theatre, “Slim” in Cowboy Mouth with Good Company Theatre, and “Dr. Madden” in Next to Normal at the Ziegfeld Theatre. He studied Musical Theatre at Weber State University.
BelnapSPENCER BELNAP (Ensemble) is thrilled to make his PTC debut. Some favorite local stage credits include Peter in Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo, Stephano in The Tempest, and Woody in Six Degrees of Separation. He holds a BA in Film Studies from the University of Utah. Look for him in the upcoming independent films Thievesand Stop Pepper Palmer. “Thanks to my family and friends for all the love and support!”
BennettJJIM BENNETT (Capt. Whitaker/Ensemble) Jim returns to acting after a career in theater administration. He is the former Artistic Director of the Tuacahn Center for the Arts in Southern Utah, and he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theatre from the University of Southern California. He lives in Sandy, Utah, with his wife, Laurel, and their five children.
CruzJASON CRUZ*  (Pfc. Santiago) is making his PTC debut from New York City where he trained at Rutgers University and Shakespeare’s Globe. Theatre credits include Drop Dead Perfect (Penguin Rep), The Tempest (Bermuda Arts Festival Theatre credits), Dark Play… (Amphibian Stage Productions) and Jesus Hopped the A Train(Rutgers). TV/Film: Law & Order: SVU, Important Thingsw/Demitri Martin (Comedy Central), Last Day of Summer,Beneath the Rock (Best Narrative EHFF). His short film work has screened at the NY HBO Latino Film Festival, PR Queer Film Festival, and his latest short, Here You Go, which he co-wrote, produced and stars in, has screened at the Cleveland International Film Festival, Chain Film Festival and SoHo International Film Festival (nom: Best Showcase Short). HereYouGoFilm.com.
SONY DSCALEXANDER ELTZROTH (Ensemble) Originally from West Hills, California, Alex is a graduating senior in the Actor Training Program (BFA) at the University of Utah. Recent credits at the University include: Metamorphoses(Orpheus and King Cyex), Tis Pity She’s a Whore(Giovanni), Fifth of July (John Landis) and Street Theatre(Ceil). Musical credits include the world premiere of Song Poems Wanted (Josh Williams) at the Neil Simon Festival and ensemble dance work in the university productions ofWild Party and The Rocky Horror Show.
HillhouseTORSTEN HILLHOUSE* (Lt. Col. Jessep) Theatre: (NYC)The Polish Play (off-Broadway), The Odyssey (off-Broadway), Tender (Thirteenth Night), As You Like It andThe Recruiting Officer (NY Classical Theatre), WTC View(59E59). Regional credits: Love/Sick (world premiere),The 39 Steps and Out of Sterno (Portland Stage). Periclesand Is He Dead? (Theatre at Monmouth), Doubt (Capital Repertory), Snow in June and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (ART), Billy Hell and Life is a Dream (Creede Repertory), Around the World in 80 Days (Cape Fear Regional Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing andElizabeth Rex (Stonington Opera House), The Lion in Winter (Commonweal), Three Sisters (Moscow Art Theatre), Cinzano (Edinburgh Fringe Festival). Film:Adam and Where God Left His Shoes. Television: Law & Order, Law & Order SVU and As the World Turns. MFA from ART/M.X.A.T. at Harvard University. Born and bred in Colorado, but currently living and working in NYC.
KellnerJESS KELLNER (Cpl. Howard/Ensemble) Hailing all the way from New York, Jess Kellner is very excited to be here at PTC. As a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he has continued to study with mentors such as Talia Lugacy, Alice Spivak, Scott Wojcik and finally, Rich Cole. Working in film and theatre, Jess’ favorite roles include Richard Robin (Running Out) Solyony (Three Sisters) Toby Felker (The Runner Stumbles) and Mathew Poncelet (Dead Man Walking). Special thanks to Linda and Eric, Rich, and Karen.
KellyCCHRISTOPHER KELLY* (Lt. Ross) Regional: Grace, or the Art of Climbing (World Premiere), Great Wall Story(World Premiere), Pierre (World Premiere),The Cripple of Inishmaan, Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, The Madwoman, The Three Sisters, (Denver Center Theatre Company), Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 (Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, D.C.), Pericles (California Shakespeare),Proof, Witness for the Prosecution, (Cincinnati Playhouse/ St. Louis Rep), Noises Off (Cleveland Playhouse), The Rivers Under the Earth (Actors Theatre of Louisville), The Foreigner, The Yellow Leaf, Dracula (Pioneer Theatre Company), Gross Indecency (Intiman Theatre), The Glass Menagerie, Amadeus (Fulton Theatre), The Retreat from Moscow (Delaware Theatre Co.), The Center of Gravity(World Premiere, Portland Stage). Off Broadway: Moby Dick (Drama Desk Nomination) and revival of Another Part of the Forest (Theatre at St. Clements). Television: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and Damages.  He received his MFA from NYU.
ManisDAVID MANIS* (Capt. Randolph) was seen last year at PTC in Clybourne Park. Broadway credits include War Horse, Henry IV with Kevin Kline, Exit the King with Geoffrey Rush, Abe Lincoln in Illinois with Sam Waterston,The Rivals, and the U.S. premieres of Tom Stoppard’sArcadia and The Coast of Utopia. Off-Broadway work includes Our Town and Shakespeare In The Park. Regional credits include the Guthrie, the Mark Taper, the Old Globe, Yale Rep, Baltimore Center Stage, the Shakespeare Theater in D.C., The Acting Company, Actors Theater of Louisville, and many others. TV: Frasier,Boston Public, King of Queens, Monk, The Onion News, and a telekinetic weatherman on The X-Files.
MiddletonKATE MIDDLETON* (Lt. Cmdr. Galloway) is thrilled to join Pioneer Theatre Company for this production. Off-Broadway/NYC: Pratfalls (The Abingdon, world premiere),The Late Christopher Bean (TACT), Avow (NYIT Best Lead Actress), The Other Place (MTC workshop),Separate Tables (TACT Salon Series) and The Unearthing (New TACTics), Bell Book and Candle, Proof,Barefoot in the Park, The Shape of Things, House of Yes,Pump Boys & Dinettes (Ground UP Productions). Regional credits: Circle Mirror Transformation (St. Louis Rep, Kevin Kline Award), Perfect Wedding (Geva Theatre), Noises Off, Boeing Boeing (Dorset Theatre Festival), Marty (Huntington Theatre w/John C. Reilly),With and Without (Bickford Theatre), Carnival (NJ Shakespeare), August Snow (Triad Stage), Jack and Jill(UNC/Playmakers), The Importance of Being Earnest(Summit Playhouse), South Pacific (ArtPark), Blithe Spirit,The Full Monty, Chicago (Weston Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It (Warehouse Theatre). TV/Film: Recurring on NBC’s Mercy, L&O: “Fame,” L&O SVU: “Desperate,” Comedy Central’s Date From Hell. KateMiddletonActress.com.
MosesSPENCER MOSES* (Lt. J.G. Weinberg) Broadway: Original casts of Guys and Dolls (2009 revival) and Aaron Sorkin’s The Farnsworth Invention (co-produced by Steven Spielberg). Regional: Hello, Dolly! (Goodspeed Opera House–role of Cornelius), June Moon (Dorset Theatre Festival), Guys and Dolls (Theatre Under The Stars), The Farnsworth Invention, Zhivago, Palm Beach(La Jolla Playhouse), How the Grinch Stole Christmas(The Old Globe). Other stage credits: The Game of Love and Chance, Boy Gets Girl, Company, Pump Boys and Dinettes and Smoke on the Mountain. Spencer is best known for playing the ukulele and singing on HBO’sBoardwalk Empire. Other TV credits: Nurse Jackie andThe Electric Company. Thank you for supporting the arts! www.UkuleleNYC.com.
OmerAMOS OMER (Lt. Kendrick) recently completed his MFA in acting at Western Illinois University. Some recent roles include John Barrymore in I Hate Hamlet, Picasso inGuernica and Kippy in Take Me Out. He is also an accomplished fight director, Dueling Arts International. He would like to thank the director for giving him his Pioneer Theatre Company debut. He would also like to thank his extremely supportive parents.
PeredaMARCELLA PEREDA (u/s Lt. Cmdr. Galloway) is excited to be joining PTC for the first time. Marcella is a senior at the U, working on a BFA with a dual emphasis in Acting and Stage Management. University credits include Aphrodite in Metamorphoses and Annabella in Tis Pity She’s A Whore. She is very grateful for her family, the U, and PTC.
RobinsonMAX ROBINSON* (Capt. Markinson) was last seen at PTC in Noises Off and as Colonel Pickering in My Fair Lady. He has also appeared in The Producers, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Les Misérables (Thénardier),Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Amadeus, The Importance of Being Earnest and nearly 100 other productions at PTC. Max played Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde at The Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C., which earned him a Helen Hayes Award nomination. He has also appeared the last four seasons at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, at Salt Lake Acting Company, the Grand Theatre, and regional theatres from Seattle to New York. Film and TV credits include Other People’s Money, All My Children, One Life to Live, Touched by an Angel, Woody Allen’s Shadows and Fog and Disney’s Pixel Perfect.
RogersSAS.A. ROGERS* (Cmdr. Stone/Ensemble) S.A. was seen in last season’s production Of Mice and Men as Slim. He has performed with the Classical Theatre Company in Houston, TX as Telegin (Uncle Vanya) and Dimas (The Triumph of Love), and at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where his roles included Gascon/Ensemble (Cyrano De Bergerac), First Murderer/Ensemble (Richard III), Policeman (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom), Second Knight (King Lear), and numerous other productions. He recently finished filming Down the Hole as the lead character Joshua, and For Mine Own Good as Thomas. His recorded audio books include Return Policy, The Almost True Story of Ryan Fisher, The End Is Now, andStrength and Courage for Caregivers. S.A. is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
SingletonSTEW SINGLETON (Ensemble) is thrilled to be working with such a talented cast in his Pioneer Theatre Company debut. He was last seen in PTC’s staged reading of A Raisin in the Sun (Travis). Other credits include: The Babcock Theatre – The Last Days of Judas Iscariot(Jesus), The Adding Machine (Shrdlu) and The Utah Arts Festival – Othello (Othello), Taming of the Shrew(Petruchio).
TapperJOE TAPPER* (Lt. J.G. Kaffee) returns to PTC after playing George in last season’s production of Of Mice and Men. Theatre: 59E59 Theater, Huntington Theatre, Yale Repertory, The Shakespeare Theatre, Mabou Mines, Studio 42, The Hangar Theatre, Northern Stage, The Kitchen Theatre and The Edinburgh International Fringe Festival (The Jammer, winner of the Fringe First Award).  TV: Law & Order: SVU and Taxi Brooklyn. Training: Ithaca College BFA, Yale School of Drama, MFA.
TsatsaJUSTIN TSATSA (Ensemble) is incredibly grateful to be a part of his first show at PTC. He will be graduating from the University of Utah’s Actor Training Program in the spring. Previous credits at the U include: Midas/Vertumnus in Metamorphoses, Dr. Finache in A Flea in Her Ear, Giovanni in Tis Pity She’s a Whore, and Thurio/Panthino in Salt Lake Shakespeare’s Two Gentleman of Verona. Thank you Mom, Pap and Bekah, to you I owe the world.