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Logan appeared at the IRT in Peter Rabbit and Me. He is a 2014 graduate of Butler University where he earned a B.A. in theatre performance. His most recent appearances include Harry the Horse in Guys and Dolls at Beef & Boards and El Gallo in The Fantasticks and Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps with Actors Theatre of Indiana. Other local appearances include NoExit Performance, Bobdirex, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, Footlite Musicals, and Defiance Comedy. ”I would like to thank Janet Allen and Richard Roberts for giving me this opportunity. A shout out to my family for their love and support which has always been a constant blessing, and a very special shout out to Danielle Carnagua for everything she does for me from day to day. I am one lucky and blessed guy!”


This is Robert’s 17th season with the IRT, where he has performed in more than 30 productions. He is a company member of Heartland Actors Repertory Theatre, where this summer he directed The Winter’s Tale. Other local theatres include ShadowApe, the Phoenix Theatre, and Cardinal Stage; he has also performed with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Indianapolis Early Music. In 2012 he reprised his role as James Beard in James Still’s I Love to Eat for the James Beard Foundation Awards at Lincoln Center in New York City. Regional theatre credits include Syracuse Stage, the Blackstone Theatre, the Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, American Players Theatre, Pennsylvania Center Stage, the Oklahoma and Kentucky Shakespeare festivals, and the Brown County Playhouse, as well as the English American Theatre Festival in Dusseldorf, Germany. Television credits include NBC’s Chicago Fire. Robert’s training is from Penn State (M.F.A.) and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.


Charles has appeared at the IRT in The Mousetrap and The Two Gentlemen of Verona; he will return for A Christmas Carol. His regional credits include Titus Andronicus at Clarence Brown Theatre; the title role in Macbeth at Sierra Repertory Theatre; two seasons with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, where his roles included Hotspur and Octavius; Much Ado about Nothing at Shakespeare Theatre New Jersey; four seasons with Shakespeare Santa Cruz, where his roles included Romeo and Henry V; Romeo and Juliet and The Three Musketeers at the Denver Center; Creditors at Ensemble Theatre Santa Barbara; and The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare Center Los Angeles. Charles is artistic director of the Los Angeles-based Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Company.


Emily has appeared at the IRT in A Christmas Carol, The Gentleman from Indiana, and As You Like It. Other favorite roles include Diana in Next to Normal, Kate Monster in Avenue Q, Kay Banks in Father of the Bride, and Hope in Urinetown: the Musical. Emily is a founding member and artistic director of Summer Stock Stage, where she has spent her last 13 summers directing more than 20 musicals with young performers. While her professional career started at Disney, Emily has been in local productions at the Phoenix Theatre, Beef & Boards, Booth Tarkington, and American Cabaret Theatre, and sung with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Emily works as a studio singer recording for Music Theater International, does radio and television commercial work, directs school theatre, teaches acting at Butler University, and most recently directed The Book of Merman at the Phoenix Theatre.


IRT Program: "The Three Musketeers"  

September 20 - October 15, 2016

IRT Program: "The Three Musketeers"  

September 20 - October 15, 2016