Janine M. Perry is a playwright whose work has been produced at Cape Rep and elsewhere:  The Distance Between Us, Elijah Cobb, If We Meet Again, and Beach Glass.  She has served as the Producing Artistic Director for the past 12 years and has been affiliated with Cape Rep Theatre since 1991 as a Founder, President, and Executive Director.  She wrote the legislation for and led the company through the effort to form a long-term lease with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, leading the charge for the creation of the performing arts campus that is Cape Rep. She has been at the head of every capital project undertaken to date: The renovation of the 200-seat Outdoor Theater, the creation of the 129-seat Indoor Theater and Studio, and the rehabilitation of the Crosby Cape House, from planning through fundraising and construction.  She holds graduate degrees in American History from Hunter College and Columbia University


Maura Hanlon is the Associate Artistic Director at Cape Rep Theatre. She has directed many, many plays at Cape Rep, and quite a few elsewhere. Favorite directing credits include Men on Boats, Failure: A Love Story, Jerusalem, Eurydice, Wintertime, The Rose Tattoo (Cape Rep) and Peter Pan and Wendy (HJT). Mo is also a sometime actor (including Cape Rep’s Mamma Mia!, Fun Home, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Mr. Burns, a post-electric play), a frequent sound designer (My Name is Asher Lev, Topdog/Underdog, The Bottom of the Sky, to name just a few) and an occasional playwright (Good Bye, Mary Rose, Dinosaur Pirates from Outerspace!, which she also composed, and Alice in Wonderland). Mo is a graduate of Holy Cross where she was a French/Pre-Med major. She studied acting and directing at Trinity Rep Conservatory and received her MFA in directing from UCSD. She was twice nominated for the Richard E. Sherwood Award at the Mark Taper Forum and was offered a Drama League Directing Fellowship. Her productions have been named frequently in the Cape Cod Times annual “Favorite Shows of…” She is a well-respected acting teacher and coach, and teaches acting and directing through Cape Rep’s Theatrelab and YoCo. Extra-special thanks to her incredibly supportive family, Art, Paddo, Seamus and Macklin.


Jared Hagan has appeared in over 25 Cape Rep productions. Some of his favorites include Something Rotten!, Merrily We Roll Along, A New Brain, Hairspray, La Cage Aux Folles, Failure: A Love Story, Avenue Q, The Drowsy Chaperone, A Class Act, Wintertime and A Year with Frog & Toad.  Off stage Jared joined the Cape Rep staff in 2009 and has enjoyed being part of this amazing collaborative team. As a performer Jared has appeared in numerous productions around the region including Two Hearts Bleed As One (Joe’s Pub), Avenue Q (GEVA), Master Class (Eventide), Streakin’ (Provincetown Theater), Batboy, Cabaret, Hair (PTC), Floyd Collins, Closer than Ever, The Lion in Winter (Counter Productions), A Grand Night for Singing, Into the Woods, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (HJT), and Talking With (TUTS). When not on stage or behind a desk Jared lives in Chatham with his amazing family of Richard, Penny and Alice. 



Julie Allen Hamilton has been a member of the Cape Rep company as an actor and a director since 1993.  She began working in the box office and the front of house in 2007. She received her theater training at UMass/Amherst, and has worked throughout New England as a stage manager, company manager and as a director. Favorite Cape Rep roles include Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Red Head (The Love Talker), Paulina Escobar (Death And The Maiden) and June (Fifth Of July), and as a director: The Tempest, Macbeth, and How I Became A Pirate. Julie grew up on the Cape and considers herself very lucky to have found a creative home in this remarkable place. When not at the theater, you may find Julie playing on the beach with her sisters and family, cooking and baking in her kitchen, or hanging out at the Eastham Public Library.



Trish LaRose has appeared in over a dozen Cape Rep productions. Some of her favorites include Mamma Mia!, Funny Girl, A New Brain, The Rose Tattoo, Dirty Blonde, Side Show and Men On Boats. Off stage Trish joined the Cape Rep staff in 2016 and has enjoyed being part of this amazing collaborative team. As a performer, Trish has appeared in numerous productions including Urban Cowboy (First National Tour), Legally Blonde (North Shore Music Theatre) and her one- woman show, Trish LaRose is BULLETPROOF (The Duplex/Cornelia Street Cafe, NYC). When not at Cape Rep, Trish lives in East Harwich with her loving family, hubby Alex and daughter Maya.



Alison Weller is an Associate Artist with the Obie award-winning The Civilians who has taught workshops at Colorado College, Kingsborough Community College and Illinois State University.  She has taught Shakespeare and Moliere at The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, and voice, acting and public speaking at UCSD.  Alison has been affiliated with Cape Rep since 1990.  Over the course of her career, Alison has worked in regional theaters, and on and off Broadway, often finding herself in an enormous dress, armored with a fan.  Last summer, she had a terrific time performing in The Learned Ladies at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor space, a show the NY Times called “Moliere at his freshest best.”  She is excited to bring her enthusiasm for classical theater to students on the Cape.  BA, Harvard, MFA, UCSD.



Justyn has performed many roles at Cape Rep. He was Assistant Director for Winter Wheat and Tibet Through the Red Box. His most notable acting role was Richie Feinberg in 9-Ball at both Cape Rep and Boston’s Tremont Theatre. Justyn was seen at Cape Rep in Back in the Day, Steel Pier, The Full Monty, Six Degrees of Separation, and The Knight of the Burning Pestle and was stage manager for Topdog/Underdog. Having worked as our scenic carpenter years ago, this will be his 6th full season since he returned in 2015 to build sets for My Name Is Asher Lev.


Robert R. Troie graduated in set, costume, and lighting design from Yale University School of Drama in 1964 and in painting from the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts in 1960. He worked in New York City as a professional set, costume, and lighting designer, both on and off Broadway, from 1967 to 1979. In 1973 he directed and designed Cole Porter’s You Never Know off Broadway. On Broadway he designed costumes for Piaf… A Remembrance and helped with costumes for Celebration. He has worked at the Provincetown Playhouse, Orleans Arena Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Hyannis Melody Tent, Gaslight Dinner Theatre in Salt Lake City, The Thomas Playhouse, and Academy Playhouse. In 1986 he founded Cape Rep Theatre, where he has designed over 68 shows and directed over 56.



Robin was resident costume designer at Cape Rep Theatre for many years. After several years in California she is very happy to be back East to work at Cape Rep once again. She continues to be a nationally known designer of hand made journey bags and has added custom wedding accessories to her collection. More at


Some of Susan’s favorite shows include Boundless and Merrily We Roll Along at Cape Rep, Chicago at CCSU, and Death for Five Voices at Prospect Theatre Company. Regionally she has designed at the Forestburgh Playhouse, Enchanted Dance, AADA, Harbor Lights Theatre, The Resident Theatre Company and Provincetown Theater. She freelances as a corporate and event lighting designer for WorldStage doing projects such as the Fan Experience at the US Open, The Miller Lite tent at various festivals, and the John Wick NYC premier party. Honors include Barbizon Region 3 winner, at the National level Runner-Up, Nominated for an Ostrander in Lighting in Memphis. She holds a BA from Purdue University and a MFA from the University of Memphis.  Member local 829.



Ryan is a Houston-based scenic designer of theater, opera, and dance working across the country and Europe. He is the Resident Designer at Cape Rep Theatre in Brewster, MA as well as a Company Artist with Prague Shakespeare Company and the Classical Theatre Company of Houston. Regional Credits: Theatre under the Stars, Stages Repertory Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Shakespeare & Company, Cape Rep, Abilene Shakespeare Festival, Legacy Theatre, Prague Shakespeare Company. Opera and Dance: Glimmerglass Festival, New Orleans Opera, Opera San Jose, HGOco, Open Dance Project, and the Houston Ballet. Recent and Upcoming: Theatre under the Stars: A Chorus Line, Spring Awakening. Atlanta Opera: Glory Denied. Napa Music Festival: Goodbye, Mr Chips.  More at



Art Devine is a multi-talented theater artist whose work as a playwright, director, actor, and designer has been enjoyed throughout Cape Cod, Boston and California. He has written three world premieres for Cape Rep (9-Ball, Winter Wheat and The Bottom of the Sky).  His most recent directing credits at Cape Rep include the world premiere of The Tuna Goddess, written by his playwriting student, Jade Schuyler, 9-Ball, Our Country’s Good, Topdog/Underdog, Sunday in the Park with George and A Streetcar Named Desire.  His most recent acting credits include Otto Godowsky in Indecent, Henslowe in Shakespeare in Love, Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher in Peter and the Starcatcher, Gal in Rough Crossing, Mr. Burns in Mr. Burns, a post-electric play, Rooster in Jerusalem, Dindon in La Cage Aux Folles and Roy in The Light in the Piazza, all at Cape Rep Theatre. Art trained at Trinity Rep Conservatory.

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