BoHo Theatre

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Artistic Director
Peter Marston Sullivan

marston.sullivan@bohotheatre.com

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P. Marston Sullivan has worked for the Marriott Theatre for over five years in various capacities, including his current position of Artistic Associate. Marston earned a BA in Theatre and an MA in Teaching at Trinity University in San Antonio, and an MFA in Directing at Illinois State University. Directing projects with BoHo include Dogfight, Amadeus, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Floyd Collins, Pippin, Icarus, Big River,Ghosts, I Am My Own Wife (co-director), Playing with Fire and M. Butterfly.
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Executive Director
Meg Love

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Meg has a BFA in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Stage Management from Webster University. Before coming to Chicago, she worked with The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Okoboji Summer Theatre in Okoboji, IA and on the Broadway-bound production of Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life at the Old Globe in San Diego. Since in Chicago, she has worked with Noble Fool Theatricals and the Chicago Gay Men's Chorus.
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Associate Artistic Director
Peter Robel

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The holder of a BA in Biological Sciences from the University of California - Santa Barbara, Peter has worked professionally with theaters such as Court Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook, Chicago Opera Theater, Illinois Theatre Center, Theatre At The Center, New American Theater, Circle Theatre, Wagon Wheel Theatre, American Girl Theatre, and Borealis Theatre. He was also featured on the Original Cast Album for Circle of Friends: An American Girl Musical. As a director, he was awarded a 2008 After Dark Award for Outstanding Direction for BoHo’s The Merchant of Venice. His recent work with BoHo includes directing Myths & Hymns, Tartuffe, and The Tempest; associate directing Pygmalion and Kiss of the Spider Woman, and appearing in Next To Normal, Eurydice, Dogfight and I Am My Own Wife. Peter is honored to have served as BoHo’s Associate Artistic Director since the company’s inception in 2003.
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Marketing Director/Graphic Designer
Charles Riffenburg

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Charles is a freelance graphic designer/illustrator, web designer, and marketing consultant specializing in the non-profit arts community. He has created marketing for such companies as the Marriott Theatre, Remy Bumppo, Emerald City Theatre, the House Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, Stage 773, and the League of Chicago Theatres, as well as BoHo. Charles holds an MFA in Media & Performing Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design as well as a BFA in Sequential Art. For BoHo, he has appeared onstage in Pygmalion, Ghosts, The Tempest, and The Merchant of Venice, as well as directed Veronica's Room, Eurydice. and Scotland Road. Check out his design portfolio at www.GrabBagMedia.com.
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Artistic Associate
Stephen Schellhardt

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Stephen has acted in equity productions in Chicago-area theatres and regional theatres elsewhere, receiving three Jeff Award nominations and a Barrymore Award nomination for acting. In Chicago, he has worked with Writers Theatre, Mercury Theater, Northlight Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, Ravinia Festival and The Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire. He has also directed/choreographed at Timberlake Playhouse Summer Theatre of New Canaan, Ars Nova in New York, as well as BoHo. Stephen currently serves as Associate Producer & Casting Director at Writers Theatre in Glencoe. He has been a faculty member of Northwestern University's National High School Drama Institute for five years. He is also a founding member and General Manager of The Chicago Artists Chorale, and a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama. His BoHo credits include Dogfight and Fugitive Songs.
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Casting Associate
Stephanie Sullivan

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Stephanie’s passion for theatre began in San Antonio, TX where she studied at Trinity University and received a BA in Drama and Communication. This passion then brought her to Chicago where in 2006 she received her MFA in Acting from DePaul University. Stephanie joined BoHo's company in 2008 and has found a great home in such an amazing company. In addition to her commitment with BoHo, Stephanie has enjoyed working as an actress with a variety of theatres in the Chicagoland area and continues to look for opportunities to thrive on stage! Her BoHo credits include Scotland Road, Pygmalion, The Tempest, The Elephant Man, and Scotland Road.
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Casting Associate
Molly Layton

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Molly is a beautiful and upstanding member of the BoHo family. She has consistently refused to furnish her humble webmaster with an official biography, so we are forced to also report that she is a life-like animatron who has had multiple run-ins with the law for stealing peeps and pixie sticks from convenience stores. She speaks only a backwoods dialect of Portuguese and her hidden talent is an uncanny knack for solving Rubik's cubes.
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Operations Associate
Mary Kate Robel

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A proud BoHo Theatre board and company member, Mary Kate brings years of stage management and corporate event experience to the company. Having worked at large and small Chicago-area companies and theatres like Goodman, Chicago Shakespeare, Court, Timeline, CollaborAction, AboutFace, and the bucolic Peninsula Players in Door County, she knows that BoHo will bring you a spectacular evening of theatre.
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Social Media Coordinator
Ashley Hannon

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Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Ashley is thrilled to be working with BoHo! He holds a B.F.A in Musical Theatre from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University. Ashley looks forward to continuing to grow and learn with such a fantastic group of artists!
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Studio Liaison
Eleanor Katz

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Eleanor "Eli" Katz is incredibly happy to join the BoHo family after making her BoHo on-stage debut in Hauptmann. Originally from New Jersey, Eleanor holds an MA in Acting from East15 Acting School in London, England, and a BA in Theatre Arts from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. Before moving to Chicago in 2010, her regional credits included work with various companies in Texas, Washington and Montana. Here in Chicago, Eleanor has worked with Signal Ensemble Theatre, Raven Theatre (Jeff nomination for Best Supporting Actress in The Trip to Bountiful), Redtwist Theatre, Babes With Blades and Oak Park Festival Theatre. Her other love is as a voiceover artist. Her clients include Microsoft, Hasbro, MSC Cruises, Abbott Labs and multiple projects with Splash Radio. You can see and hear her at www.eleanorkatz.weebly.com Her BoHo credits include Eurydice and Hauptmann.
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Company Member
Peter Blair

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Peter is the former Executive Director of BoHo, and is honored to work with such a remarkable company. He is currently Producing Associate with the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, where he has held various positions since 2005. Other work includes Drury Lane, Porchlight Music Theatre, Bailiwick Repertory, and 18 months with the original Chicago company of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Originally from San Diego, Peter earned a music degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He lives in Highland Park with his wife, Claire Warner, owner of Volume Gallery.
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Production Manager
Lindsay Brown

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Lindsay is a proud Montana native with a passion for problem solving. She found her love of theatre at Grandstreet Theatre in Helena, MT and from there has worked with numerous companies around Montana and Chicago. She holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Montana and has a great love for her dogs, books and dinosaurs!
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Technical Advisor
Anthony Churchill

tony.churchill@bohotheatre.com

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Anthony Churchill is a media and set designer for theatre based in Chicago, where he collaborates on dozens of plays, events, and installations each year. Recently, some of the companies he has designed with and at include Theatre Wit, Stage Left, Big Noise, The Museum of Broadcast Communications, The Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre, and 16th Street Theatre in Berwyn. He holds a BFA in Scene Design & Technology from Northern Illinois University and a MFA in Interior Architecture from The Academy of Art University in San Francisco. In addition to his work in the theatre, Tony loves playing improv projections around town with his band, Grape Juice Plus. Tony has designed media and sets for BoHo with Fugitive Songs (set), Dogfight (media), and Ordinary Days (media), for which he was nominated for a Jeff Award.
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Production Stage Manager
Dalton Long

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Dalton Long is a former circus stagehand and railway-riding hobo who stumbled into a BoHo rehearsal one day and never left. A merry prankster, he has lingered backstage for eons causing chaos and bemused headshaking from all involved. Dalton is happily married with 27 children and 3 horses.
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Accounting Clerk
David Tibble

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David is very excited to be working with this passionate and vibrant company! David has appeared on the BoHo stage in Amadeus, Floyd Collins, Dirty Blonde, The Tempest, and M. Butterfly. Throughout his professional career, he has also worked with Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, The Second City, Drury Lane Oak Brook, Metropolis Performing Arts Center, and Light Opera Works. David holds a B.A. in Theatre from Saint Mary's University of Winona, MN, and remains active with their alumni organization. When not doing theatre, he spends his time with his lovely wife, Michelle, and their wonderful dog, Ruby. Last but not least, he's the oldest of nine brothers and sisters.
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Company Member
Sean Thomas

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Sean Thomas has been involved in the Performing Arts for over 30 years. He studied at Salisbury State University and Shenandoah Conservatory and holds a BFA in Theatre. After graduating, he was a Music Teacher and Director of Music at Broadwater Academy in Exmore, Va. before moving to New York City to pursue his love of Theatre. New York and National Tour credits include Phantom of The Opera, Les Miserables, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Three Tall Women, The Fantasticks, and Forever Plaid among others. Sean moved to Chicago from New York City six years ago to work in the Real Estate industry and after a 10 year hiatus is delighted to be back in the Performing Arts. For BoHo, Sean has been seen in Amadeus as Van Swieten, Veronica's Room as Man, Ghosts as Engstrand, and Big River as Pap, The King, and Silas. In Chicago, he has also worked with Organic Theatre in Macbeth and Picasso at Lapin Agile, Mercury Theatre in The Christmas Schooner, Caffeine Theatre in Wreckage, and Steppenwolf in The Hot L Baltimore directed by Tina Landau. Sean is thrilled to have been asked to join this amazing and supportive company.