The Glass Menagerie

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Tom – Anthony Pyatt Jr.
Amanda – Cami Miller*
Laura – Anneliese Moon
Jim – Zach Lane
*Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
Production Team
Director – Beth Marshall
Stage Manager – Michelle Sobrino
Assistant Stage Manager – Nakary Hurtado
Set Design – Jamie DeHay
Light Design – Amy Hadley
Projection Artistic Design: Beth Marshall and Joshua Seyna
Sound Design – Kenny Howard
Costume Design – Kyla Swanberg
Sound Mixer/Technician – Joshua Seyna
Lead Carpenter – Daniel Cooksley
Scenic Run Crew – Clark Levi
Set Crew – Daniel Cooksley, Jamie Dehay, Darth Knapik, Josh Senya, Joel Fitzinger, Chris Foster, Clark Levi, Nakary Hurtado, Alexia Correa
Light Crew – Josh Senya, Luis Garcia
Interns – Alexia Correa, Clark Levi, Nakary Hurtado
Photographer – Patty Wolfe
“I will remember this very fine production for a long time to come.”
~Matt Palm~Orlando Sentinel
“This isn’t the gateway drug to theater for the non-theater goer. It’s a fine, complex wine for the connoisseur.”

“For lovers of theater, it is an incredibly well executed play where the production aspects, the actors and the director work together seamlessly to execute a vision.”

~Stephen Scarborough~ Winter Garden Magazine

“What mattered most was how the last act bowled me over”
~Thomas Thorspecken~ Analog Artist Digital World

“meticulously designed aspects of the show, including the set by Jamie DeHay and sound by Kenny Howard.”

“The reason this particular production fully succeeds is that the actors do not shy away from the funny and do not overplay the drama.”


“Beth Marshall Presents is one of the most important and inventive theatre companies in town. Even if you do not appreciate every aspect Marshall’s shows, her willingness to experiment with content and push the boundaries of design is a vital part of the Central Florida theatre community.”
~Matt Tamanini~BroadWayWorld.Com

 Meet The Cast:
Zach Lane (Jim) is very excited to be working with the Garden Theatre and Beth Marshall on such a classic. Born and raised in Lake Mary Zach has been able to perform all over Florida. From Theme Parks, Film, Commercials, and Theatre. He studies at Class Act Studios where he continues to work on his craft. Favorite credits include: Earnst Ludwig/Cabaret, PFC. Mathew Dolan/In Close Quarters, Bellomy/Fantastics, Jack Skellington/Walt Disney World Orlando, Greg Pierotti/The Laramie Project.

Cami Miller (Amanda) is thrilled to be making her Garden Theatre debut with this amazing Cast/Crew/Show, & grateful to finally work with Central Florida’s incomparable Beth Marshall! A Pennsylvania “Coal Cracker” native & Army Brat (Grandfather-Coal Miner, Father-Retired Army SFC), Cami received a Dual Honors BA in Theatre & Music from Kutztown University, then was accepted into NYU’s prestigious Musical Theatre Grad Program & is a three-time Irene Ryan Nominee/Competitor in association with the Kennedy Center for her performances in TartuffeWorking & The Lion in Winter. She’s toured Nationally & Internationally, performing in various theaters such as The Grand Ole Opry, Bob Hope Theatre, Paramount Theatre, Walt Disney Theatre, Karen Carpenter Theatre, Andy Griffith Playhouse & has taken Theatre classes with renowned Broadway composer Michael John LaChiusa, Broadway performers Donna Murphy & David Garrison, movie/stage actress Aileen Quinn, Broadway Casting Directors Joseph Church & Ron LaRosa, Tony Award winner Lee Roy Reams & Broadway legend, Chita Rivera. In 2002, Cami was honored to perform for former President George W. Bush & First Lady, Barbara on Disney Cruise Line’s Wonder. Walt Disney World relocated Cami from NYC to perform in 2005 & would later relocate Ms. Miller as the Italian Vocalist for Tokyo Disneyland. She has performed locally at Mad Cow Theatre, Dr. Phil’s Center for the Performing Arts, Universal Studios, Seaworld, Holy Land Experience, with CFCA, Disney’s Encore Performing Arts, & Winter Park Playhouse where she returns to perform her third Solo Cabaret in December. Favorite credits include Reverend Mother-Nunsense, Lita Encore-Ruthless, Widow Paroo & Eulalie MacKecknie Shinn-Music Man, Domina-Forum, Housekeeper-Man of LaMancha, Stepmother-Cinderella, Queen of Hearts-Alice In Wonderland, Widow Corney-Oliver…

Ms. Miller is a proud member of Actors Equity Association & continues to love performing professionally for Walt Disney World & Capone’s Dinner Theatre. This past year, Cami received a WDW Quarterly Spotlight Award in Entertainment at Magic Kingdom for her performance, service, quality & dedication to WDW, as well as being one of 58 out of over 600 accepted to the 2016 WDW Traditions Team.

Thanks to Beth for believing in me, Disney for allowing me dream, Mom & Dad for continuous unconditional love & support, my encouraging TradFam, & God–for with Him “all things are possible!”

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Anneliese Moon (Laura) is thrilled to join the company of “The Glass Menagerie.” Anneliese previously worked with Beth Marshall Presents as an actor in PIAD 2014, and again in 2016. She is student at Rollins College and also studies at Hogwarts as a member of the Frog Choir in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Favorite roles include: Maria (West Side Story, Valencia College), Natalie (Next to Normal, Greater Orlando Actors Theatre), Eponine (Les Miserables, Lakeland Community Theatre), Beth (Lil’ Women: A Rap Musical, Orlando Fringe), and Adult Wendy/ Mrs. Darling (Peter Pan, Garden Theatre). Special thanks to the incredible cast, Beth for this amazing opportunity, her parents for their constant support, Clarissa for being awesome, and Elina for being a superior being.
Anthony Pyatt Jr. (Tom) is delighted to be working once more with The Garden Theatre! After previously working with Beth Marshall in every other capacity, it has been a long anticipated desire to have her as a director and couldn’t think of a better production than one of Tennessee Williams’s greatest works. He is humbled to be following in the footsteps of some of his favorite inspirations who have also explored the mind of Tom Wingfield: John Malkovich, Sam Waterston, Rip Torn, Christian Slater, & Zachary Quinto. With the ambition of living the same stage-to-screen fate, he recently signed with Level Talent Group to broaden his horizons. Anthony had starred as the nefarious Alex DeLarge in an immersive production of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange, directly after moving back from a 3 year exploration of life, filming & theatre training in NYC. He was most recently seen at the Garden Theatre, ministering as the young Mormon missionary “Elder Thomas” in The Whale. During the rehearsal process of The Glass Menagerie, Anthony directed a short play written by Irene L. Pynn for Play-In-A-Day 2016; the funds of which all went toward the District 3 Thespian Scholarship and He continues his work on different writing outlets, including spoken word and his second unconventional musical. This performance is dedicated to Leroy Valentin and Tommy Mangieri; two men who have taught me a similar lesson in their absence. “Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?” – Albus Dumbledore
Meet the Production Team:
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Michelle Sobrino (Stage Manager) is a Theatre UCF alumni looking to find her way in the world. This is Michelle’s first season with Beth Marshall Presents and is excited to be involved in Play In A Day and The Glass Menagerie. She has stage managed a variety of shows in Orlando from one acts, to full plays, to dance concerts. In her free time she enjoys reading, writing, cooking, and tap dancing.
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Nakary Hurtado (Assistant Stage Manager) is currently an intern at Beth Marshall Presents for the next two seasons. Earlier this year she interned for The Orlando Kids Fringe Festival and was the assistant director for The Music Man at Cornerstone Charter Academy. She is a Film/T.V/Theatre actress and some of her past credits includes Antigone in the play Antigone, Babette in Beauty and the Beast, and Stephanie in Like Minds Production of “Only for You”. Nakary would like to thank Beth Marshall for allowing her to have been a part of such an incredible production. I hope you enjoy the show!
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Jamie DeHay (Scenic Designer) is thrilled to be making his BMP debut on “The Glass Menagerie”. He is a graduate of The University of North Carolina School of The Arts (Scenic Design) and Valencia College (Production Design). He has been an Orlando resident since 2005 and has enjoyed working for many production companies around Central Florida as well as Royal Caribbean Productions and Cirque du Soleil’s LA NOUBA. He is the founder and artistic director of Unseen Images Theatre which has produced PILLOW TALK (Orlando Fringe 2013, Patron’s Pick Award), SHARKNAMI THE MUSICAL (Orlando Fringe 2014), NEXT FALL (Orlando Museum of Art 2014) and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Stonewall Orlando 2016). Favorite Scenic Design credits include PETER PAN (Tibbits Summer Theatre), PIPPIN (Tibbits Summer Theatre), THE WOMEN (UNCSA), EQUUS (J. Seghers @ The Acre Orlando), and BYE, BYE, BIRDIE (Theatre At The J). Special thanks to Beth Marshall for the opportunity and to his family and friends for their unending love and support.

Kenny Howard

Kenny Howard (Sound Designer) Selecitons- Cabaret (The Abbey), Bat Boy(The Abbey), The Flick (DPC-Pugh Theatre), Heathers(DPC-Pugh Theatre) He sounds designs for all the shows he directs, as it was his first passion in theatre. He was an audio engineer intern at CenterStage in Baltimore and Audio Engineer for Jekyll Island Musical Theatre Fesitval. He is also a Tony Award winning Broadway producer, (Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess, Evita, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man,), freelances creating and directing shows for Norwegian Cruise Line, Executive Produced two Grammy nominated cast albums, a graduate of UCF and currently serves on the board of The Orlando International Fringe Festival.   LIAL!


Kyla Swanberg “Misstitched” (Costume Designer) Is thrilled to be a part of Beth Marshall Presents for the first time and will be designing for the season. Kyla has been working in her hometown of Orlando for different artists; designing and building costumes, puppets, creatures, and anything else they are crazy enough to come up with. She has most recently worked with the fabulous Blue Star with VarieTease: Carnivale at the Fringe (Awarded both “Patrons Pick” and “Best Dance Show”), Aqueous, VarieTease 50th, and Monster. She also designed for Gen Y Productions season directed by Kenny Howard- Cabaret, Heathers: The Musical (Awarded “Best Costume Design” by, and Bat Boy. Also with director David Lee on a Mac Wellman play Girl Gone (winning “Best Tech” at districts). Outside of Orlando, she has recently been designing for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Kyla is continuing her education as an Art History major at UCF. She would like to thank her amazing family, including her parents Rebecca Fisher and Joe Swanberg and her partner Steven Caito for supporting her stitch by stitch.

Joshua Seyna (Sound Mixer/Technician) – Since graduating from a ARTI in 2008, Josh has worked on a number of BMP shows in varying capacity including “alice lost in wonderland” “33 variations” “doubt” and “the whale” .. he loves working in theater as every show presents a different set of challenges and it keeps him from getting bored.. When not hanging lights or chopping up sounds for a show he can usually be found chasing after his 2 daughters.


Daniel Cooksley (Lead Carpenter) is crazy excited, not only because he and Vera have moved back to Orlando from Raleigh, NC. but because also is teaming up with Mrs. Beth Marshal/ BMP as her lead carpenter. He will head the build team for both the upcoming  “The Glass Menagerie” in addition to “Spelling by Bee”.  Daniel has previously assisted in BMP’s “Alice, Lost in Wonderland” and “”33 Variations” along side the wonderfully talented and  beautiful spirit, Tommy Mangerie.  Past productions as lead carpenter, also along side Tommy boy include “Heathers” at DPAC, “Boieng,  Boieng” and “La Cage”. Both at Winter Garden Theatre.