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NORTHANGER ABBEY Cast Bios

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Greg Matthew Anderson (Henry Tilney)

Greg Matthew Anderson is an Artistic Associate at Remy Bumppo Theatre Company where credits include Power, The Best Man, The Philadelphia Story, Bronte, On the Verge, The Marriage of Figaro, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Night and DayThe Importance of Being Earnest, Chesapeake (Jeff nomination), and You Never Can Tell.  He has appeared onstage at Northlight (Sense and Sensibility), the Goodman Theatre (Rock 'N Roll, the commercial production Immediate Family), Court Theatre (Arcadia), American Theater Company (Oklahoma!), IO Theater (A Moment Alone), as well as at Next, Noble Fool, and Actors Revolution Theatre.  Film: Transformers 4; Television: The Playboy Club (NBC), The Chicago Code (Fox), Detroit 187 (ABC), Matadors (ABC/Sony), and Underemployed (MTV).  Greg is a graduate of Duke University's Department of Theater Studies.

 

 

Annabel Armour (Mrs. Allen / Mrs. Morland)

Annabel Armour is an artistic associate with Remy Bumppo Theatre Company where she has appeared in Seascape, The Goat or, Who is SylviaLes Liaisons Dangereuses,Fiction, Philadelphia StoryMrs. Warren’s Profession, The Best Man, Power, Aren’t We All, Humble Boy, A Delicate Balance, Hidden Laughter, Money, Top Girls, Hapgood, Road to Mecca, and Heartbreakhouse. She most recently appeared at The Asolo Rep Theatre in Sarasota, Fla. in Clybourne Park. Some favorite include: At Home at the Zoo(Victory Gardens), Picnic ( Writers’ Theatre), Pride and Prejudice (Cleveland Playhouse), Sunday in the Park with George (Chicago Shakespeare), Long Day’s Journey (Irish Rep & Galway Arts Festival), Before My eyes (Victory Gardens), Angels in America I & II (Journeymen),Grapes of Wrath (Ford’s Theatre D.C,) and The First Look Series (Steppenwolf). She can be seen in the films: Amityville Horror, Conviction with Hillary Swank and Contagion with Matt Damon. Annabel is the recipient of three Joseph Jefferson Awards and two After Dark Awards.

 

 

Robert Hope (John Thorpe)

Robert Hope makes his Remy Bumppo Theatre Company debut. His Chicago credits include: Taming of the Shrew and Timon of Athens (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), Fucking A (Urban Theatre Company), and Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters, Taming of the Shrew (Backroom Shakespeare Project). Regional credits include Macbeth (Montana Shakespeare in the Parks), Romeo and Juliet (Sonoma Valley Shakespeare Festival), and Hamlet (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival). Mr. Hope received his BFA from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program.

 

 

Carl Lindberg (James Morland / Frederick Thorpe)

Carl Lindberg is stupid excited to be making his Remy Bumppo stage debut after understudying You Never Can Tell last season.  Previous Chicago credits include Still Alice (Lookingglass), Tuesdays With Morrie and Moon Over Buffalo (Buffalo Theatre Ensemble), and The Little Dog Laughed at The Den (Kid Brooklyn Productions).  He has also worked with Oak Park Festival Theatre, Provision, Stage 773, InFusion, Eclectic Theatre Company and many others.  Regionally, Carl has performed in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and California.  He is a proud client at Paonessa Talent.

 

 

John ListerJohn Lister (General Tilney)

John Lister is appearing in his first production with Remy Bumppo. Chicago credits include: Show Boat (Lyric Opera of Chicago); The Crucible (Steppenwolf Theatre); Guys and Dolls (Marriott Lincolnshire); six seasons of A Christmas Carol (The Goodman Theatre); Yellow Moon, Heartbreak House, As You Like It, and as a replacement in The Liar and Hamlet (Writers Theatre); Lady Windermere’s Fan, Red Herring, Inherit The Wind, She Stoops To Conquer (Northlight Theatre); and more than a dozen productions with Chicago Shakespeare Theater.  Regional credits include productions with American Player’s Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Peninsula Players, Notre Dame Shakespeare and The International Mystery Writer’s Festival.  Film and Television credits include:  Public Enemies (Universal); Prison Break (FOX) and The Beast (A&E).  John’s next project will be winter of 2014 in Tom Jones at Northlight Theatre directed by William Brown.   

 

 

Darci Nalepa (Isabella Thorpe)

Darci Nalepa is excited to make her Remy Bumppo debut. Other Chicago credits include: The Drunken City (Next Up at Steppenwolf Theatre), The March (u/s Steppenwolf Theatre); Flare Path, Company (Griffin Theatre); Dirty (The Gift Theatre); Love and Money (Steep Theatre); Snapshots (u/s Northlight Theatre); Reasons to Be Pretty (Profiles Theatre, Jeff Award nomination,); and The Ring Cycle (The Building Stage). Darci has also appeared as an entertainment anchor for The Onion News Network. She is a graduate of The School at Steppenwolf and proudly works as an Instructor and Company Director of Black Box Acting.

 

 

Sarah Price (Catherine Morland)

Sarah Price is thrilled to be making her Remy Bumppo debut in Northanger Abbey! Other Chicago credits include EL Stories (Waltzing Mechanics), The Boathouse (Chicago Dramatists, 10 Minute Play Workshop), and Your Name Will Follow You Home (Steppenwolf, First Look Reading Series). Regional credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream (Indiana Repertory Theatre). Sarah is a current student at iO Chicago and a graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University.

 

 

Meg Warner (Eleanor Tilney)

Meg Warner is thrilled to be making her debut at Remy Bumppo. Recent  credits include Amadeus (Oak Park Festival Theatre), Wrens (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble), and El Stories: Holiday Train (Waltzing Mechanics). Meg graduated from Ball State University with a B.F.A. in Acting in 2011, and is an alumnus of the School at Steppenwolf class of 2013.