Mark Bradbury as Brad
Mark was born and raised in Santa Rosa and has been a proud member of the 6th Street Playhouse since it opened with its first production of Mame. Since then, you may have seen him in such productions as Bye Bye Birdie (Albert), Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), The Producers (Franz) and Spamalot (Sir Lancelot). He is exited to do the time warp again as he is reprising his role as Brad Majors.
Shawna Eiermann as Usherette/Magenta
Shawna is thrilled to be returning to the Rocky Horror spaceship as Magenta/Usherette, after three years of playing a sexy phantom. Shawna holds an MA in Music Industry Studies from Glasgow University in Scotland, a Performing Arts Certification from the University of Hull in England, and a BA in Drama Performance & Minor in Music from San Francisco State University. Some of her favorite roles include: Kala (Tarzan The Musical),Addams (The Addam’s Family Musical); Jenny Hill (Big Fish The Musical); The Street Singer (The Three Penny Opera); Patty Simcox (Grease); Adella (The Little Mermaid); and many others. She can not wait to do the time warp again, and share the stage with the love of her life, Mike Enz the guitar player, whom she met during her first Rocky performance four years ago.
Bobby Finney as Frank-N-Furter
Bobby is excited to come back to 6th Street Playhouse, where his first performances with this theater were Larry Williams’ Jolly Julianna Or Her Fruitcake Has Nuts as The Narrator, and The Buddy Holly Story, where he played Tyrone Jones, an Apollo Entertainer. He was last seen at the Playhouse as Schroeder in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown and the Ghost of Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol. Some of his favorite characters he’s played have been: Sebastian the Crab in The Little Mermaid, Karl The Giant in Big Fish, The Lion in The Wiz, and Beetle Bamford in Sweeney Todd.
Serena Elize Flores as Columbia
Serena is honored to return to another 6th Street Playhouse production. She was last seen here in The Threepenny Opera, and her performance as “Francine/ Lena” in their critically acclaimed production of Clybourne Park received a Best Actress nomination from the 2015 Theatre Bay Area Awards, and the show won Best Production, Ensemble and Direction. Past performances include: “The Witch” in Big Fish and “Rose Alvarez” in Bye Bye Birdie. Some of her favorite roles include “Anita” (West Side Story), “Marlena Madison” (Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story), “Lucy” (You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown), “Chiffon” (Little Shop of Horrors), “Nickie” (Sweet Charity), and “Lady Jacqueline” (Me and My Girl).
Sam Gleason as Phantom
Samuel J. Gleason is an SRJC Theatre Arts student and a former ArtQuest Theatre Arts student from Santa Rosa High School. Recent credits include A Christmas Carol (Adolescent Ebenezer/Dick Wilkins/Turkey Boy), Anything Goes (Sailor/Ensemble), The Tempest (Caliban), and Fairy Worlds!: An Original Adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Oberon Fairy/Athenian Soldier). He feels blessed to be a part of such a wonderful, talented, and SEXY cast *winks*, and he hopes that you shiver with antici……...PATION!
Tim Hayes as Narrator
Tim has been acting on stage for over 60 years. He has also worked in feature film, television and radio commercials, and industrial film. One of the earliest members of Actors’ Theatre of Sonoma County (founded in 1984); he acted and directed (notably Stopping the Desert, The House of Yes, Kindertransport). He was director of educational programs there in the late 20th century, served as director of the TYA branch of Sonoma County Repertory Theater and founded and served as artistic director for Theater4.
Midori Longo as Phantom
Midori has been performing in the local rock group Midori & Ezra Boy for several years, touring both nationally and internationally. With a background in vocal music, she also has a passion for dancing. Her live performances are known for being high-energy, ‘take no prisoners’ rock shows. She has always had a huge appreciation for the energy and irreverence of The Rocky Horror Show, and is thrilled to be reprising her role as a phantom in this year's production.
Michael Lumb as Phantom
Michael began performing at age nine with Bay Area ETC. He starred in Tom Sawyer. He is a KCACTF nominee. His past roles include: Rumpelstiltskin and Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream at MHS, Charlie Bucket in Willy Wonka at SRJC, Tulsa in Gypsy with NTC, Kiss Me Kate, The Addams Family, and The Threepenny Opera at 6th Playhouse. Most recently, he played Tarzan in the Disney Musical Tarzan at Spreckels. Michael is beyond thrilled to be on stage with these talented people he loves as family.
Allie Nordby as Janet
Allie is so excited to be back at 6th Street Playhouse! She studied vocal performance at Biola University, and also earned a Master’s of Music degree at the University of Edinburgh. She has performed in George M!, Children's Hour, Threepenny Opera, A Christmas Carol, My Fair Lady and Crazy for You. She has also performed in multiple opera productions, such as The Marriage of Figaro, Rusalka, and The Medium. She wants to thank her family and friends for all their love and support!
Adam Paulsen as Dr. Scott/Eddie
Bio coming soon.
Ryan Severt as Rocky
Ryan has been a part of 6th Street Playhouse since he was in high school. He appeared in Rent in 2008 as an ensemble member, and also as Stanley in 1940’s Radio Hour in 2009/10. He studied Theater at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and The Arts, working mostly on new work plays as an actor and carpenter, including Before You Ruin It and Germs and Viruses. He has been seen as a Phantom in The Rocky Horror Show, The Clock Vender/Mr. Topper/Christmas Future in A Christmas Carol, and Grigory Steponavich Smirnov in From Russia With Love.
Casey Tek as Phantom
Casey is an electric performer who is fueled by wine, fitness, and the macabre. Her performance roots stem from Michigan’s psychobilly music scene. With a long-running love for Rocky Horror, she is excited to take the stage as a phantom.
Erik Weiss as Riff Raff
Erik is enthralled to join this Santa Rosa tradition! Recent stage credits: "Snoopy" in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, "The Professor" (Harpo) in Animal Crackers, "Frankie" in Forever Plaid (6th Street Playhouse), "John W. Hinckley Jr" in Assassins (Narrow Way Stage/Sonoma Arts Live), and "Roat" in Wait Until Dark (Spreckels). When not acting, Erik makes short films, works at Disguise The Limit Costumes, writes, plays several instruments, and designs makeup for film/theatre. "Like" Erik's professional page on Facebook: (www.facebook.com/<wbr />ErikSterlingWeiss).