Jaclyn Chylinski (Faith) is a Boston-based creative who is thrilled to be debuting this new work! Recent credits include: Stop Kiss, The Skriker, Boom, Trojan Women. Training: The Boston Conservatory. Big thanks to my family and friends!
RÃN (Ahmed) is an aspiring performer from the United Arab Emirates. Currently working towards finishing his MFA in musical theatre from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. With an undergraduate degree in design, RÃN is reorienting to a career in musical theatre and performing. He currently uses his undergrad skills to creating digital content that includes music videos and a social media presence.
Ivis Tostes (Jake) is from Massachusetts, but was born and raised in Brazil. Ivis is super excited to be joining the cast of Faith Powers’ Love; his is his first time in an original show and he wants to thank the production team for their trust and support. Past credits include: Che (Evita), Warner (Legally Blonde), Georg (Spring Awakening), Pippin (Pippin), The Cowardly Lion (The Wizard of Oz). He would also like to thank his family and friends for supporting his dreams and making him believe in himself when no one else would!
John Mavraides (Book & Music) splits his time between San Francisco and Boston. He studied composition at Berklee College and has been playing professionally for a number of years. Also, John has been involved in high-tech and was part of a team that developed the first professional music sequencer for the Apple Macintosh. This is his first time writing a musical and he is excited to be working with this cast and crew.
Scott Caron (Director) is a director, actor and educator dually based out of Boston and New York City. He was the 2018 Season Apprentice in Directing with Gloucester Stage Company, assisting on six main stage productions. He has performed with The Imbible (Off-Broadway at New World Stages), The Hanover Theatre, Fiddlehead Theatre Company, Boston Theatre Company, among others. Scott has coached national and state-level finalists and champions in public speaking and dramatic performance. He holds a BFA in Music Theatre from The Hartt School at The University of Hartford. www.scottcaron.com
Julius LaFlamme (Music Director/Supervisor, Keyboard) is a music director, pianist, arranger, and performer who has been working in regional theaters in the New Hampshire Seacoast and Greater Boston area for the past 4 years. He most recently worked at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre music directing and leading the pit for all 3 of their mainstage shows: The Who’s Tommy, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Xanadu. He is currently studying Film Scoring and Musical Theatre Writing at Berklee College of Music. After college, he hopes to make a career music directing, arranging, writing, and performing musical theatre.
Claire Morse (Stage/Production Manager) recently graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a degree in technical theater, and now works in technical theater as a stage manager, production manager and designer. She’s worked in the Greater Boston area as Gloucester Stage Company’s Production Management Apprentice and as the Production Stage Manager on A Feminist Romance Novel, Live! Temptations at Sweetwater Creek at ImprovBoston. Claire is very excited to be a part of this new work!
Julia Lorello (Projection/Graphic Design) studied theatre and animation at Bennington College where she wrote and staged a production of her play, Eyes They Close. After she graduated she spent two seasons as a cultural site interpreter at the Crane Estate in Ipswich, Massachusetts before serving as the Marketing Apprentice with Gloucester Stage Company’s 2018 season. Recently she stage managed for the Crane Estate’s production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. She has truly enjoyed working with this team of people to create a special and meaningful experience.
Callum Murphy (Guitar) is a student at Berklee College of Music where he studies guitar, piano, conducting and composition. Callum specializes in musical theater, having been involved in countless shows. He is currently writing his second musical. Callum will be moving to New York after he graduates, where he will continue his career in musical theater.