PEDRO RODELAS (Sweeney Todd) is patiently plotting his 6th Street Playhouse debut as Sweeney Todd. Other Bay Area slayings include meaty roles in The Phantom of the Opera, Man of La Mancha, Les Misérables, Evita, South Pacific, Annie Get Your Gun, and Cabaret. Pedro also shaves regularly for performances with the San Francisco Opera Chorus, the Three Waiters International, and the Wine Country Tenors. More spattering can be found at pedrorodelas.com.
DANIELA INNOCENTI-BEEM (Mrs. Lovett) is a critically acclaimed, multiple award-winning singer/actress. Her resume includes some of the best roles in musical theater: Rose in Gypsy (WINNER-SFBATCC Award-Principle Actress), The Witch in Into The Woods (WINNER-TBA Award-Principle Actress), Paulette in Legally Blonde (WINNER TBAAward-Featured Actor), Dolly Levi in Hello Dolly, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha (SFBATCC and Theatre Bay Area Nomination), Adelaide in Guys In Dolls (SFBATCC Nomination). Happy to back at 6th Street Playhouse!
ANDRE AMAROTICO* (Anthony Hope) studied theater at Stanford University. Recent roles include Christopher Wren in The Mousetrap (RVP), Bones in Treasure Island (SF Mime Troupe), Kenickie in Grease! (Mountain Play), Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (Throckmorton Theatre), and the title roles in Hamlet and Macbeth (Stanford). Andre received a TBA nomination for his work in The 39 Steps (RVP).
GILLIAN EICHENBERGER (Johanna) is lucky to work as a Performance Artist and Youth Theater Educator. She was recently seen as Frenchy in Grease! with the Mountain Play. Other favorites include Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Roxie in Chicago, Miss Honey in Matilda, and April in Company. Love and gratitude to Jim, Leslie, Kay, Mark, and Andre.
LARRY WILLIAMS (Judge Turpin) was last seen at 6th Street as Daddy Warbucks in Annie. Before that, Malvolio in Illyria. Some of Larry’s recent roles include Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, Sebastian in Cinderella, Mal Beineke in Addams Family The Musical, Sir Rupert Watlington Pips in Jeeves Intervenes at Sonoma Arts Live, David in David Templeton’s original play Pinky, and Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher. Some 6th Street favorites include Alfie in One Man Two Guvnors, Andre in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Clown 2 in The 39 Steps, Roger Debris in The Producers, and Mr. Potter in It’s a Wonderful Life.
Erik Weiss (Adolfo Pirelli) is a Santa Rosa native. Select 6th Street credits: Snoopy in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Garry in Noises Off, Howard in Moon Over Buffalo, and Rodolpho in A View From The Bridge. You can catch him next
as Claude in Hair. Other roles: John Hinckley Jr in Assassins (Sonoma Arts Live), Fester in The Addams Family (Spreckels). Erik also creates videos and art for Disguise the Limit.
BRANDY NOVEH (Beggar Woman) returns to 6th Street after having performed in White Christmas. Originally from New Orleans, Brandy is a classically trained soprano with a rebellious streak. Favorite roles include: Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes (Raven), Lily in The Secret Garden, Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore, and Monica in Menotti’s opera, The Medium. After a long overdue absence from theatre to focus on family and career, she is elated to see what this next chapter of life has in store.
NOAH STERNHILL (Tobias Ragg) is enthusiastic about returning to 6th Street to be in a show he’s always wanted to do. He is thrilled to be a part of this unique interpretation of the tale of the demon barber. Noah was last seen in the SRJC’s Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), and 6th Street’s West Side Story (Action). He hopes you enjoy the show, and advises you to tip your local barbers!
DOMINIC WILLIAMS (Beadle Bamford) is very excited to be joining the cast of Sweeney Todd. This is his third performance with 6th Street Playhouse. He is excited to be returning to the stage after almost two years away, and couldn’t have been a part of a better production. Most recent performances include, Charlie Brown in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Henrik in A Little Night Music, Bert in Mary Poppins, and Chip in Putnam County Spelling Bee.
*The Actor appears through the courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.