CAST BIOGR A PHIES Adam Estes, Sparky Adam previously appeared at The Rep in The Andrew Brothers and Route 66. Other credits include performances with Goodman Theatre, Paramount Theatre, Writers’ Theatre, Madison Repertory Theatre, Ravinia Festival, Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Peninsula Players, In Tandem Theatre, First Stage Children’s Theater, Skylight Opera Theatre, Florentine Opera Company, and The Fireside Theatre. For more information, please visit www.adamestes.com Paul Helm, Jinx Paul is so plaid to be back in the Stackner! Past Rep credits include Gutenberg! The Musical!, Always…Patsy Cline, Laurel and Hardy, Guys on Ice, Life Could Be a Dream, Why Do Fools Fall in Love?, The Polish Diva from Milwaukee, and Blue Rose: The Rosemary Clooney Story. Paul has also performed, directed and music directed with the Skylight Music Theatre, First Stage Children’s Theater, Florentine Opera Company, Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, American Folklore Theatre, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Circa ‘21 Dinner Playhouse, Young Actors Guild, and the UWPlatteville Heartland Festival. www.paulhelm.net
– Forever Plaid
Nate Lewellyn, Francis Nate is a native of Milwaukee, and has recently been living and working in Chicago. He has been seen in Follies (Chicago Shakespeare), Gifts of the Magi (Porchlight Music Theatre), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and How Can You Run with a Shell on Your Back? (Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire), as well as productions with Chicago Children’s Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, and Circle Theatre. He also performed in The Bowery Boys at New York’s National Alliance for Musical Theatre Festival. He is a proud graduate of Northwestern University. Anand Nagraj, Smudge Anand is delighted to make his Milwaukee Rep debut and to sing these wonderful songs. A native of Virginia, his past regional work includes Chautauqua Theatre Company, Court Theatre, TimeLine Theatre, Silk Road Rising, Quantum Theatre, Resident Ensemble Players, and seasons with the Ohio, Texas, Utah, and Virginia Shakespeare Festivals. He is the co-author of the musical, Murphy’s Law. Anand trained at Delaware’s PTTP, and is rejoining the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh this spring as a teaching artistin-residence.