National Tour: The Presidents (opposite Rich Little).

Off-Broadway: The Saintliness of Margery Kempe (Perry Street Theatricals);

Miss Julie (The Pearl); Elektra and Faust (CSC). NY Theater: New Perspectives Theatre, Mother of Invention, Mississippi Mud. Regional: The First Ladies Coalition (written by Ms. Grace; directed by Austin Pendleton); Inside Emily
Dickinson: Her Poetry & Her Life (written by Ms. Grace); The Belle of Amherst;
Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Secret Journey, and The Color of Light (Schoolhouse Theater); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Penobscot Theater); Doubt (WSCC).
New plays in New York: Jason Jung’s PANIC!, Jenny Lyn Bader’s In Flight, Fengar Gael’s Devil Dog Six, Deborah Savadge’s The Favor. Film: Wedding

March (WINNER: Hollywood International Moving Pictures Festival), 6-minute Mom, Frat Star, SHEER.  Huge Thanks to Austin & Team!








 

Ginger Grace   (Amanda Wingfield)








 

Matt thanks Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch for taking another journey with him. Some previous New York theater credits include "Ken" in Red (Jim Kempner Fine Art Gallery), "Frederick Clegg" in the United States premiere of The Collector (59E59 Theaters), "Roy" in Lone Star ( Wild Project/The Triad/13th Street Rep) and "Richard III" in Austin Pendleton's Shakespearean mashup, Wars of the Roses: Henry VI & Richard III, also directed by Pendleton and Peter Bloch (124 Bank Street Theater). Other favorite r egional and NYC credits include  "Stanley Kowalski" in A Streetcar Named Desire,  the title role in Hamlet and "The Elephant Man" in The Exhibition. de Rogatis dedicates this production to his mentor and dear friend, Bob Lamb, who passed away earlier this year.








 

Matt   de  Rogatis   (Tom   Wingfield)








 

Alex is thrilled to be joining the cast of The Glass Menagerie and getting the opportunity to learn and work with the tremendous and amazing Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch. This is Alexandra’s professional theater debut. Previously, she has worked professionally as an actress in both film and commercials in New York and LA. She has trained in the drama department at Vassar College as well as the T. Schrieber School under Pamela Scott and HB Studios, in New York, under Austin himself. Alexandra dedicates her first (and hopefully not her last) production to her best friend and mother for all of her support and encouragement over the years. And finally, Alexandra wants to give a special thanks to Matt de Rogatis who saw Laura in her first.








 

Alexandra   Rose   (Laura   Wingfield)








 

Spencer is thrilled to be involved with this production of  The Glass Menagerie. He is a proud member of The Greenhouse Ensemble. Recently he starred as "Romeo" in Romeo & Juliet. Some other credits include, "Anthony" in The House of Yes, "Demetrius" in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and "Barry" in The Boys Next Door. Thank you to this amazing cast and crew and to my friends and family for their continual support! 








 

Spencer   Scott   (Jim    O’Connor)