Hampstead Stage hires professional actors who truly believe in the work we do. All of our actors have a college degree, and are hired from professional acting conferences. Although we hire new actors every year, most come back to tour with us again. See all the new and familiar faces who make up the Hampstead family below!
About Our Actors
SPRING 2018 ACTORS
Rachel Bailey is from the Washington, DC area and is excited to be on her first Hampstead tour. She has worked with Tecumseh! The Outdoor Drama, the National Theatre for Children, and is a costumer/seamstress for several local non-profit theatre companies. When life permits, she returns to her Maryland Renaissance Festival where she has been a hair braider for ten years. She is thrilled to travel, inspire, and entertain on this next adventure with Hampstead.
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Julia Cicchino is excited to be touring with Hampstead Stage Company for her first time! She attended Illinois Wesleyan University for her BFA in Musical Theatre. She has worked with Tecumseh Outdoor Drama and the National Theatre for Children. Favorite credits: Piece of My Heart (Maryjo), The Drowsy Chaperone (Kitty), Giant (Luz), and Rent (Maureen). When not acting she enjoys looking up pictures of baby goats and quoting Harry Potter. Follow her at www.juliacicchino.com.
Steve Torres is excited for his third tour with Hampstead. He was previously seen in Robin Hood and A Christmas Carol. Other credits include: Tecumseh!and Macbeth (Tecumseh! Outdoor Drama); Oedipus El Rey, King Lear, and A Christmas Carol (Dallas Theater Center); Jump/Cut(Echo Theatre); Passion Playand The Mousetrap (Santa Rosa Rep). He also recently served as Assistant Director for Hamlet and directed Titus Andronicus at Tecumseh! Outdoor Drama.
Dylan Todd is beyond excited to be performing with Hampstead Stage Company for the first time! Dylan is an actor in Chicago, Illinois and has recently graduated with a BA in Acting from Columbia College Chicago. Recent credits include A Christmas Carol (Metropolis PAC), A Star is Dead (Metropolis PAC), and The Art of Watchability (LoudMouth Theatre). Dylan has recently graduated from Columbia College with a BA in Acting, and has trained at The Second City studying improvisation.
Elissa Wolf is ecstatic to make her Hampstead Stage debut! She holds a degree from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse in Theatre Performance, as well as a minor in costume design. Elissa has most recently been seen on the UW-L stage as Dorothea in Eleemosynary. Other credits include Cecily in The Importance of Beginning Earnest (The Albright Theatre Company), Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare at the Centre), and 26 Pebbles (Collegiate Premiere at UW-L).