NY Sewer Gator Cast and Crew
Katie Castonguay is an Eckerd College graduate with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and currently the Education Director at the Carrollwood Cultural Center. She has been a professional actor and teaching artist, working with students of all ages in the Tampa Bay area for over 10 years with American Stage, Patel Conservatory, PARC, and the Carrollwood Cultural Center. Theatre credits include three of American Stage’s School Tour productions; Sideways Stories from Wayside School, Charlotte’s Web, and The Wind in the Willows. Most recent acting credits include Crimes of the Heart, All New People, and The Last Night of Ballyhoo at Jobsite Theatre, Biloxi Blues at Stageworks, Musings of a Postmodern Romantic, The Children's Hour with Tampa Repertory Theatre and What the Bellhop Saw with Hattrick Theatre. Thank you all for coming out to support local theatre!
Maxx Janeda lives locally with his mother, sister, and two cats. This 31 year old success story has been seen in Hat Trick Theatre's Unnecessary Farce, Lend Me a Tenor, Night of the Living Dead, and What the Bellhop Saw. He has most recently been seen in St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival's Much Ado About Nothing as Dogberry. He would like to thank Ryan Bernier for giving him a chance to finally be a Fringe artist. He thanks his cast for being the amazing people and actors that they are. He also thanks his cats. Because he can.
Blase Roque (Young Artists' Ensemble Company Member) is so excited to be performing for the first time at the Tampa International Fringe Festival. He is a sophomore at Plant High School and you may have seen him as Jack in their production of Into the Woods and was recently a gangster in their production of The Drowsy Chaperone. He is a returning YAE member of ThinkTank Theatre, as he loves performing for young audiences. He would like to thank his parents for supporting him in anything and everything he does and hopes you enjoy the show!
Lauren Sargent (Young Artists' Ensemble Company Member) is a junior at King High School. She fell in love with performance since she got her start at age four. She has previously been seen in Little Shop of Horrors as Audrey and The Addams Family as Grandma. Lauren thanks her family for supporting her through all of the craziness.