ZARA BOSS - MO-MO MONTGOMERY
Zara Boss has been performing in community and professional theatre in and around Maine for over 7 years, having found a love for all things acting, singing, and dance at a very young age. She just completed an online Musical Theatre Acting Intensive (MTAI) with Boston Conservatory at Berklee and got to sing in a masterclass with Broadway’s Laura Benanti. Zara studied voice with the amazing Gloria Bonnin for 7 years and currently takes private voice lessons with Jane Clukey. She also studies ballet with Elizabeth Drucker at The Ballet School. When she’s not performing, Zara enjoys drawing, embroidering, vegan baking, reading, writing songs, and playing her guitar.
STANLEY KIMBALL- DAG WILLIKINS
Stanley is a local to Maine film and theater actor, editor of Playground Rules and Quarantine 2038, and is currently working on a script which he hopes to produce into his first film. He’s very excited for everyone to see Quarantine 2038 as well as other Broken Arts Productions in the making.
RANDY HUNT - DR. DAVID MONTGOMERY
Randy began performing on stage in 2011 in the Bangor area. He moved to southern Maine in 2016 and has enjoyed working with various theatre groups. Randy was last seen in Almost, Maine at Schoolhouse Arts Center. Other recent roles include: Oliver Warbucks in Annie at Windham Center Stage Theatre, Frederick Fellowes in Noises Off (Schoolhouse), William Blore in And Then There Were None (Schoolhouse), and Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey (Schoolhouse). Other favorite roles include: Axel Hammond in The Nerd (Ten Bucks Theatre), Rev. David Lee in The Foreigner (Bangor Community Theatre), and Inspector Hound in The Real Inspector Hound (Orono Community Theatre). Randy is an actor, director, playwright, poet, and podcaster. He completed writing his first full-length play earlier this year and hopes that perhaps it’ll make it onto a stage somewhere, someday.
JACK DAVIS - STEPHON "THE KID" CHEYENNE
Jack has known and worked with Joe Swenson for years. In the early days Jack played in roles alongside Joe at the Maskers theater in Belfast Maine. After getting an associates degree from Hartford Community College in Maryland, Jack moved back to Maine and eventually landed in Portland where he and Joe hooked up again to play slow pitch softball and compete in improv battles. He was very excited when Joe asked him to be a part of Quarantine 2038 and looks forward to more opportunities to work with Joe again.
EMMA EUKITIS - MEL VEATCH
Twelve year old Emma is over the moon to be performing the part of Mel in Joe Swenson’s production of Quarantine 2038. Having been a part of Joe’s production of Playground Rules in the role of Kimberly, she is honored to work once again under his direction and inspiration. Emma has likewise had the benefit of Joe’s instruction, alongside brilliant Director and Choreographer, Jaimie Swenson, when cast in Lyric’s Frozen Jr. as Pabbie, and in Alice in Wonderland Jr. as The Rose. It does not escape her attention that Joe’s skillful direction provides a scaffold, the very support that allows Emma to do what she loves most, sing and act. Of course it all comes to life with the talents of so many fantastic cast members, in combination with the skillful eye and hand of Film Editor, Stanley Kimball. So grateful to each and every one! Emma has also had the privilege to perform in Lyric’s Matilda, as Matilda, and as a member of the ensemble in Lyric’s holiday show of Dicken’s A Christmas Carol. In Ogunquit Theater’s Annie, Emma portrayed an orphan, in their Tom Sawyer she filled the role of Mary, Aunt Polly’s daughter, and in Lion King, Jr. as a member of the ensemble. And now, with an eye to the future, Emma looks forward to Quarantine on screen, with hopes for less in real life. Wishing everyone good health ~ stay safe.
HELEN CRAWFORD - NAOMI RUTTLEGE O.P.M.
Helen is a big lover of the arts. She has been singing, dancing, and acting since she could walk and talk. By day Helen is a Veterinary Assistant, while all the time in between she spends performing on and off the stage. Previously projects include A Servant of Two Masters, Almost Maine, James and the Giant Peach, and Singing in the Rain, to name a few. This is Helen’s first project working with Broken Arts Entertainment
ARIC WALTON - AGENT YAZ LINCOLN
Aric only recently started performing in the community theater scene in 2019, after a decades-long hiatus from the stage following high school. He joined the ensemble in Lyric Music Theater’s productions of Matilda the Musical and Elf the Musical. He also has a recurring role as Mr. Kneeland in Broken Arts Entertainment’s production, Playground Rules. He is incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to continue to perform, albeit on the digital stage away from his castmates
HEATHER EUKITIS - NIKKI VEATCH
Heather thought she had left her days of performing on the shelf next to her worn out ballet pointe shoes long ago, but when Broken Arts Entertainment’s spectacularly charismatic founder and director, Joe Swenson, allowed her an opportunity to play Nikki Veatch in their virtual (pandemic) version of the production of "Quarantine 2038: Three Months In", she leapt at the chance. Heather's early ballet career took her from performing and training with the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow to New York's Eglevsky Ballet, from the Boston Ballet to the Ballet Academy of Miami. Heather notes a minor difference in her previous performing - she wasn't required to actually speak. Luckily, Heather's 12 year old daughter Emma, veteran performer and Broken Arts Entertainment enthusiast, helps by running lines and boosting her confidence. Heather is thrilled to be included in the fun, honored to be on stage (speaking this time), and privileged to have come to know so many dedicated, giving and talented people who she now counts as friends.