THE COMPANY TOM AULINO AUNT CHUCK
Tom is grateful to return to IRT, where he appeared in the 1994 production of Holiday Memories and the 2011 production of The 39 Steps. New York credits include the Broadway revival of On the Town as well as Marvin’s Room at Playwrights Horizons and Up Against It!, Measure for Measure, and Henry VIII at the Public Theatre. Chicago credits include Candide, The Winter’s Tale, and She Always Said, Pablo at the Goodman; The Dresser and Valparaiso at Steppenwolf; and Take Me Out (Joseph Jefferson Award) for About Face at Steppenwolf. At Kansas City Rep, he acted in Circle Mirror Transformation and Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike and directed The Mystery of Irma Vep. Tom is a graduate of Northwestern and has served on the performance faculty at Wayne State and Auburn.
PAUL DEBOY STREET MUSICIAN, GORDON, et al.
Paul’s New York credits include Mamma Mia! on Broadway and National Tour, Ferguson at 30th Street Theatre, Sight Unseen at Manhattan Theatre Club, Eurydice at Second Stage Theatre, and Edwin at Theatre at St Clements. Regional credits include Present Laughter at Brown County Playhouse, The Christians at Syracuse Stage and The Wilma Theatre, All the Way at Denver Center for the Performing Arts, My Fair Lady at Pioneer Theatre, and The 39 Steps at Repertory Theatre of St Louis, as well as Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse, Kansas City Rep, the Walnut Street Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, the Olney Theatre, and Studio Arena. TV and film credits include Blacklist: Redemption, Law & Order: SVU, Royal Pains, The Following, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and A Dirty Shame by John Waters. pauldeboy.com
CASEY HOEKSTRA MARCO, & YOUNG GORDON
Casey is excited to be making his Indiana Repertory Theater debut. He bases out of Chicago where he shares a small apartment in Edgewater with his girlfriend, Andrea. Casey has acted in Minnesota, Chicago, Washington, DC, Georgia, and Wisconsin. Some of his favorite roles include: Happy in Death of a Salesman and Marco in A View from the Bridge at American Players Theater, Shere Khan in The Jungle Book at Children’s Theater of Minneapolis, Jerry Devine in Juno and the Paycock at the Guthrie Theater, and Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. He’s an avid reader, board game enthusiast, and amateur illustrator.