Edward McCloud (Eddie) has worked with many Bay Area theaters including Napa Valley Conservatory, Ross Valley Players, and The Shotgun Players. Favorite roles of his include R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Sharky in The Seafarer, Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Austin in True West for which he earned a BATCC nomination. Most recently at 6th Street Edward played Jack London in The House That Jack Built and appeared in Stage Kiss.
Mary DeLorenzo (Beatrice) has a B.A. in theater from SFSU. Along with on camera and voice over work, she has been on stage ever since. Some of her favorite roles have been Kate in Brighton Beach Memoirs, Susan in Woman In Mind, and Daria in The Games Afoot. This is her second show at 6th Street and she is so honored and excited to be playing Beatrice!
Nina Cauntay (Catherine) is delighted to be working with 6th Street Playhouse. She has just finished playing Alice Murphy in Sonoma Academy’s production of Bright Star, and has participated in many shows, depicting Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Ilse in Spring Awakening and Cinderella in Into the Woods, during her high school career. She feels incredibly lucky to be part of this production and hopes you enjoy the show.
Erik Weiss (Rodolpho) 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. You can see him this Spring as Pirelli in Sweeney Todd. 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.
Matt Farrell (Marco) was last seen at 6th Street as Steve Hubbell in A Streetcar Named Desire. A 2006 graduate of Sonoma State University’s acting program, Matt has been performing in community theater for more than fifteen years. Recent favorite credits include: Senator Charles Whitmore in Church & State, Doc O’Connor et al. in The Laramie Project, and Touchstone in As You Like It.
Joe Winkler (Alfieri) is happy to return to 6th Street where he was last seen as Richard in Moon Over Buffalo. Recent roles include Willie in Death of a Salesman at Novato Theatre Company and Dad in You Got Older at Left Edge Theatre. Favorite past roles include Morrie Schwartz in Tuesdays With Morrie and Roy Cohn in Angels in America.
Bryce Weber (Louis) made his acting debut at Sixth Street Playhouse in a December audience reading of local playwright David Beckman’s WWII drama Resistance. He is a Santa Rosa native and has been active in the local comedy scene for many years. Look for him this spring in the Roustabout Theater production of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts’ Mary Page Marlowe.
Dan Stryker (Officer) lives in Cloverdale with his wife and son. He enjoys making art, playing board games, performing magic, and writing about himself in the third person. Favorite past roles include Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lenny in Rumors, Richard in Fuddy Meers and Eddie in Lost in Yonkers, though his favorite theatrical experience was the time an audience of children cheered him just for making an entrance as Santa Claus