David Vegh* (Dr. Danielson) is excited to be returning to Ensemble where he appeared in last season’s Jerusalem, directed by Ian Hinz.  Other recent stage credits include The Three Sisters with the CWRU/CPH MFA Program at the Cleveland Playhouse and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  with the Chautauqua Theatre Company.  David’s past stage credits include South Coast Repertory and California Repertory, where he was nominated for a Back Stage Garland Award for his performance in The Kentucky Cycle. On screen, he made his feature film debut in a scene opposite Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan.  He has made several television guest appearances, including Grey's Anatomy, Dexter, House, and Mad About You.  He also appeared in Nike’s “Worth the Wait” ad, celebrating the Cleveland Cavaliers 2016 World Championship.  Most recent credits include The Last Witch Hunter and playing another Vice Principal in the upcoming feature My Friend Dahmer, which made its premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. David is a faculty member in the Department of Theatre at Case Western Reserve University, where he teaches in both the undergraduate and CWRU/CPH MFA Acting programs.  He has directed The Cripple of Inishmaan, Lobby Hero and the musical High Fidelity at CWRU.  He has also directed for Beck Center of the Arts, Oakland University, and Circle X Theatre in Los Angeles.  (*Member of Actors' Equity Association).


Santino Montanez (Khadhim)  is proud to be appearing in his second production at Ensemble. He recently played the part of Tio Villanueva in Peter Lawson Jones' The Bloodless Jungle. Santino has been acting in one capacity or another since he was young but consistently started appearing in productions while majoring in Communications and Theatre Arts at John Carroll University. He appeared in productions such as Little Shop of Horrors as Mushnik, Pippin as one of the Players, and in The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 as Patrick O'Reilly. He has also appeared on screen in several episodes of Crime Stoppers in various roles. Santino would like to thank his family and friends for their love and support of his passion. He would also like to thank Celeste Cosentino for this wonderful opportunity. Last but certainly not least he would like to thank you, the audience for your support. 

Rajiv Joseph (Playwright)

Celeste Cosentino (Director)

Rebecca Moseley (Resident Stage Manager)

Walter Boswell (Set Desinger)

Stephen Vasse- Hansell (Technical Director)

August Scarpelli (Assistant Technical Director)

Meg Parish (Costumes)