Ashley Holmes, Class of ’15
Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation & Communication Studies
Albert Falcone, Class of ’15
English, Creative Writing, Anthropology, & Classics
Albert Falcone is a Junior majoring in Anthropology, Classics, English and Creative Writing. This is Albert’s third year with Little Theatre and has appeared as Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd, Macbeth in Macbeth, and Oscar in the Odd Couple. Albert hopes to work with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps after College, and to eventually get a job for the government as a linguistic analyst. His hobbies include writing poetry and plays, and watching movies. Interests include Acting (duh), Science Fiction, Ron Swanson, and Social Activism.
Matthew Lunghino, Class of ’16
This is Matt’s second year as a member of Little Theatre. You may remember him as Malcolm in Shakespeare’s Macbeth or as Chip Tolentino in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Matt also has experience behind the scenes, operating both lights and sound for multiple productions, and is currently co-directing “Legally Blonde: The Musical”. One day, Matt hopes to be the next Ellen and have his own daytime or primetime talk show. In the meantime, however, Matt spends his days working at the Wegmans Coffee and Sub Shops. In his spare time, Matt likes to cook and bake as well as pursuing his interest in photography.
Alexander Re, Class of ’14
Digital Media Arts
This is Alexander’s fourth year in Little Theatre. He is an actor, producer, and as of Harvey, a director.
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
Emily DiMartino, Class of ’16
Digital Media Arts & Music
This is Emily’s second year as a member of LT and first year on the Eboard! She has played Fleance in Macbeth and Logainne Schwartzandgruibinerre in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. She has also dabbled in props for The Odd Couple and with stage managing for The Importance of Being Earnest. Along with Little Theatre, Emily is a Vocal Performance major with a dual in Digital Media Arts. She would love to get her masters in Vocal Performance so she can sing opera and musical theatre her whole life, but also wants her masters in Music Technology. In high school her PreCalc teacher told her she would be homeless if she did music or theatre… Well maybe that won’t happen and she will have a magical family with dogs and hedgehogs included. Dreams… She also enjoys knitting, spontaneous singing, chocolate, the color pink and playing with her pets.
ASSISTANT TO THE PR DIRECTOR
Alfred Runkel, Class of ’14
Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation & Psychology
Zoo Biology & Anthrozoology minors
This is Alfred’s fourth year in LT and first year as a member of the E-Board. He has been onstage in seven LT shows (Pack of Lies, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, The Odd Couple, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Harvey, & A Midsummer Night’s Dream) and in the pit orchestra for two (Light in the Piazza & Sweeney Todd). He has also taken on roles behind the scenes, including Sound Design, Sound Operation, and Pit Coordination, racking him up with being involved in twelve LT shows. He has been involved with theatre since he was 13, playing in the pit for Cinderella, and finally appearing onstage at 15 in Hello Dolly! Al is an Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation and Psychology dual major, as well as Zoo Biology and Anthrozoology minor, and hopes to keep with theatre after college. He hopes to be a zoo keeper in the near future, then grow from there on to study Entomology. Al enjoys a nice, cold glass of chocolate milk from time to time, but he has a true passion for LT techs. Fun fact: in his spare time, Al plays with the baby polar bears at the Buffalo Zoo as a volunteer keeper.
Nicolette Navarro, Class of ’16
Adolescent Education & English
Theatre Arts minor
Megan Cook, Class of ’16
ALL-AROUND COOL PERSON
Megan Cook, Class of ’16