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Thomika Bridwell

was born in New York City and raised in Roxbury, MA, Thomika Bridwell is a third generation performing artist that is committed to using her entire instrument to breathe life into thought [...]

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Caryn May

grew up in Virginia Beach, VA, and attended Christopher Newport University, where she earned a BA in theater. After performing professionally in the DC/Metropolitan area, Caryn moved to Boston [...]

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Elaine Vaan Hogue

(she/her/hers) is an actor, director, devisor, and teacher. Regional directing credits include Nixon’s Nixon, Straight White Men, Oleanna, Baltimore, The Amish Project, Imagining Madoff (Elliot [...]

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Elbert Joseph

Elbert Joseph is known as EJ (They/Them/He/Him) is Deaf actor who is fluent in both American Sign Language as well as spoken English. EJ started acting when I was thirteen and his passion turned [...]

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William Yanesh

is a composer, conductor and music director based in Washington, DC. His compositions include the music and lyrics for Blueberries for Sal, as well as the nationally touring musical Caps for [...]

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Dan Rodriguez

Dan is happy to return to Wheelock Family Theater for Make Way for Ducklings! Dan previously appeared at Wheelock as the music director for the award-winning production of In The Heights. Other [...]

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Ken Yotsukura

(he/him/his) is thrilled to be quacking alongside the cast and creative team of Wheelock Family Theatre’s production of Make Way for Ducklings! Ken is a Japanese-American actor, director, [...]

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Arinze Okwuosah

is an emerging artist currently pursuing a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University. Hailing from Nigeria, he’s constantly inspired by change and the creative wonderful gold one can weave after [...]

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Julian Manjerico

is overquacked with joy to be making his Wheelock Family Theatre Debut! He is a current BFA Acting senior at Boston University and can’t for you all to witness the multiple personalities he [...]