Taylor Overcash


Taylor Overcash – Guest Artist
New York, NY

Taylor is excited to be making her debut with Americana Theater Company!  She has performed Off Broadway and in numerous regional theatre productions, as well as touring nationally. She also enjoys film, TV, and voice over work. Her favorite role to date is Rumpleteazer in CATS. Taylor is a graduate of AMDA and studied at The Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC. She would like to thank Josh, David, Mom, and most of all, God for His endless love.


Taylor Overcash

Taylor Overcash
Taylor Overcash, New York, NY
Guest Artist

Taylor is excited to be making her debut with Americana Theatre Company!  She has performed Off Broadway and in numerous regional theatre productions, as well as touring nationally. She also enjoys film, TV, and voice over work. Her favorite role to date is Rumpleteazer in CATS. Taylor is a graduate of AMDA and studied at The Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC. She would like to thank Josh, David, Mom, and most of all, God for His endless love.

 

 Joshua Nicholson


Joshua Nicholson – Returning Company Member
New York, NY

Joshua Nicholson is happy to be coming back to Plymouth for Americana’s inaugural holiday show! Along with performing in the shows, Joshua has had great fun composing and performing music for various productions with the company, including what you heard during The Three Musketeers. He is based in NYC, where he’s had the opportunity to perform in some special Off-Broadway productions as well as work on various TV shows, films, and series for the internet and work as a commercial voice-over actor. Be sure to check out his own web series at 30SecondSketches.com. Here are some past credits – AMERICANA SHOWS: Three Musketeers (Rochefort/Stanley), The 39 Steps (Clown 1), Redeeming Love (various), An Inspector Calls (Eric Birling) – REGIONAL THEATRE: Run for Your Wife (John Smith), Much Ado about Nothing (Benedick), The Drowsy Chaperone (Underling) – TOURS: Gilligan’s Island: The Musical (Mr. Howell), Calculus: The Musical (Isaac Newton). JoshuaNicholson.com


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Joshua Nicholson
Joshua Nicholson, New York, NY
Returning Company Member

Joshua Nicholson is happy to be coming back to Plymouth for Americana’s inaugural holiday show! Along with performing in the shows, Joshua has had great fun composing and performing music for various productions with the company, including what you heard during The Three Musketeers. He is based in NYC, where he’s had the opportunity to perform in some special Off-Broadway productions as well as work on various TV shows, films, and series for the internet and work as a commercial voice-over actor. Be sure to check out his own web series at 30SecondSketches.com. Here are some past credits – AMERICANA SHOWS: Three Musketeers (Rochefort/Stanley), The 39 Steps (Clown 1), Redeeming Love (various), An Inspector Calls (Eric Birling) – REGIONAL THEATRE: Run for Your Wife (John Smith), Much Ado about Nothing (Benedick), The Drowsy Chaperone (Underling) – TOURS: Gilligan’s Island: The Musical (Mr. Howell), Calculus: The Musical (Isaac Newton). JoshuaNicholson.com

 

 Jesse Sullivan


Jesse Sullivan – Artistic Director, Company Member
Plymouth, MA

Jesse returned to his hometown this summer as the to perform in Americana’s The Three Musketeers and is thrilled to be the Artistic Director with Americana and a part of their holiday show. National Tours: Miss Saigon and The Scarlet Pimpernel (Coupeau/Fight Captain). NY credits include Scandalous PeopleNY Fridge (Clarence), Battleship Potemkin with the York Theatre Co. (Gregory), Moonlight and Magnolias(Ben Hecht), and Map to Buddha with Remote Theatre Co. ( Jeff ). Regional credits: The Spitfire Grill (Sheriff Joe Sutter),Cyrano de Bergerac(Cadet ), The Game (World Premier, Fight Captain), Annie Get Your Gun(u/s). Jesus Christ Superstar (Apostle), Damn Yankees (Joe Hardy), Carnival!(Marco), Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Prince), Little Shop of Horrors (Orin). Training: BFA in Musical Theatre from University of Hartford, The Hartt School.


Jesse Sullivan

Jesse Sullivan
Jesse Sullivan, Plymouth, MA
Artistic Director, Company Member

Jesse returned to his hometown this summer as the to perform in Americana’s The Three Musketeers and is thrilled to be the Artistic Director with Americana and a part of their holiday show. National Tours: Miss Saigon and The Scarlet Pimpernel (Coupeau/Fight Captain). NY credits include Scandalous PeopleNY Fridge (Clarence), Battleship Potemkin with the York Theatre Co. (Gregory), Moonlight and Magnolias(Ben Hecht), and Map to Buddha with Remote Theatre Co. ( Jeff ). Regional credits: The Spitfire Grill (Sheriff Joe Sutter),Cyrano de Bergerac(Cadet ), The Game (World Premier, Fight Captain), Annie Get Your Gun(u/s). Jesus Christ Superstar (Apostle), Damn Yankees (Joe Hardy), Carnival!(Marco), Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Prince), Little Shop of Horrors (Orin). Training: BFA in Musical Theatre from University of Hartford, The Hartt School.

 Brittney Reimert


Brittney Reimert

Brittney Reimert – Production Stage Manager, Company Member
California

Broadway: Wicked (SM intern). Off-Broadway: King Lear at the Public Theater. NY Regional Theatre: As You Like It, Machinal, There are Crimes and Crimes, Three Sisters. Americana Theatre Company: The 39 Steps, Private Lives, And Sarah Laughed, Redeeming Love, An Inspector Calls. Edinburgh Fringe: Language of Angels, The Kentucky Cycle Part 2. Other credits include: The Disorientation of Butterflies, Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, The Magic Flute, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Bartered Bride, Waiting for Godot, A Flea in her Ear, The Seagull. Stage Management MFA from Columbia University.


Brittney Reimert
Brittney Reimert, California
Production Stage Manager, Company Member

Broadway: Wicked (SM intern). Off-Broadway: King Lear at the Public Theater, Black Milk. NY Theatre: BOB: Blessed be the Dysfunction that Binds, As You Like It, Machinal, There are Crimes and Crimes, Three Sisters. Americana Theatre Company: An Inspector Calls, Redeeming Love, The 39 Steps, Private Lives, And Sarah Laughed Edinburgh Fringe: Language of Angels, The Kentucky Cycle Part 2. Other credits include: The Disorientation of Butterflies, Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, The Magic Flute, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Bartered Bride, Waiting for Godot, A Flea in her Ear, The Seagull. Stage Management MFA from Columbia University.

 Nick Mitchell


 

Nick Mitchell – Director
Pittsburgh, PA

Nick Mitchell is thrilled to be joining the Americana Theatre family. He has been directing and performing all over Western Pennsylvania since moving to Pittsburgh from NYC in 2007. Directing highlights include The Who’s Tommy, A Streetcar Named Desire, Jekyll & Hyde, Oklahoma! (2014 MLT Best Show) and As You Like It. Nick has directed regionally with The Franklin Barrow Civic Theater, Meadville Academy Theater, Mon River Arts, The Pittsburgh Savoyards, South Park Theater, McKeesport Little Theater, and The Theatre Factory among others. As Associate Artistic Director for The Company of Pittsburgh, Nick directed their inaugural endeavor, The Last Five Years, as well as 2013’s critically acclaimed production of [title of show]. This spring Nick worked for the Pittsburgh CLO at area schools originating the role of Galileo in the World Premiere of The Next Galileo which was his eighth Gallery of Heroes tour with the CLO. Other onstage favorites include Carnival (Schlegel) w/ Kelli O’Hara, The Producers (Max), A Few Good Men (Kaffee), Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), Cyrano de Bergerac (Cyrano), and Lend Me a Tenor (Max). Nick studied Music Theater and Directing at Oklahoma City University.



Nick Mitchell, Pittsburgh, PA
Director

Nick Mitchell is thrilled to be joining the Americana Theater family. He has been directing and performing all over Western Pennsylvania since moving to Pittsburgh from NYC in 2007. Directing highlights include The Who’s Tommy, A Streetcar Named Desire, Jekyll & Hyde, Oklahoma! (2014 MLT Best Show) and As You Like It. Nick has directed regionally with The Franklin Barrow Civic Theater, Meadville Academy Theater, Mon River Arts, The Pittsburgh Savoyards, South Park Theater, McKeesport Little Theater, and The Theatre Factory among others. As Associate Artistic Director for The Company of Pittsburgh, Nick directed their inaugural endeavor, The Last Five Years, as well as 2013’s critically acclaimed production of [title of show]. This spring Nick worked for the Pittsburgh CLO at area schools originating the role of Galileo in the World Premiere of The Next Galileo which was his eighth Gallery of Heroes tour with the CLO. Other onstage favorites include Carnival (Schlegel) w/ Kelli O’Hara, The Producers (Max), A Few Good Men (Kaffee), Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), Cyrano de Bergerac (Cyrano), and Lend Me a Tenor (Max). Nick studied Music Theater and Directing at Oklahoma City University.

 

 Erin Friday


Erin Friday

Erin Friday – Director of Education, Company Member
Carver, MA

Erin Friday is thrilled to join the cast of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, and to serve on Americana Theatre Company’s production team as the Director of Education.  In 2002, Erin acquired a degree in Elementary Education with a focus on Fine and Theatre Arts from Stonehill College. She has performed with companies such as The Round Barn Theatre, The Comtra Theatre, McKeesport Little Theatre, Gemini Children’s Theater and others. Erin has been a board member of ATC since 2011.  Erin has directed many productions including Carver High School’s production of Peter Pan in 1997, Stonehill College’s cabaret of Rent in 2001, and many performances for the children’s musical theatre ministry at Church of the Vine in Carver, including the production of Bethlehem in 2010. Erin’s favorite roles include Baker’s Wife from Into the Woods, Urleen in Footloose, Gertrude/Bird Girl in Seussical, The Queen of Hearts form Alice in Wonderland, and can’t wait to add more roles to list!


Erin Friday


Erin Friday, Carver, MA
Director of Education, Company Member

Erin Friday is thrilled to join the cast of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, and to serve on Americana Theatre Company’s production team as the Director of Education.  In 2002, Erin acquired a degree in Elementary Education with a focus on Fine and Theatre Arts from Stonehill College. She has performed with companies such as The Round Barn Theatre, The Comtra Theatre, McKeesport Little Theatre, Gemini Children’s Theater and others. Erin has been a board member of ATC since 2011.  Erin has directed many productions including Carver High School’s production of Peter Pan in 1997, Stonehill College’s cabaret of Rent in 2001, and many performances for the children’s musical theatre ministry at Church of the Vine in Carver, including the production of Bethlehem in 2010. Erin’s favorite roles include Baker’s Wife from Into the Woods, Urleen in Footloose, Gertrude/Bird Girl in Seussical, The Queen of Hearts form Alice in Wonderland, and can’t wait to add more roles to list!

 David Friday


David-Friday

David Friday – Managing Director, Company Member
Carver, MA

Full time company member and Managing Director, David had a blast in his debut with Americana this summer as Porthos in The Three Musketeers. A graduate of Point Park University in Pittsburgh, David has been rather nomadic, living and performing on stage, television, radio and film, in NYC, Indiana, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, but is happy to settle down in Carver with his wonderful wife, Erin and 2 beautiful girls, Karly and Lexi. Most recently he served as Technical Director for The Company Of Pittsburgh and appeared in productions of Oklahoma! & Man Of LaMancha, and can be seen in the film Love The Coopers which is in theaters now. Autism awareness rocks!


David Friday
David Friday, Carver, MA
Managing Director, Company Member

Full time company member and Managing Director, David had a blast in his debut with Americana this summer as Porthos in The Three Musketeers. A graduate of Point Park University in Pittsburgh, David has been rather nomadic, living and performing on stage, television, radio and film, in NYC, Indiana, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, but is happy to settle down in Carver with his wonderful wife, Erin and 2 beautiful girls, Karly and Lexi. Most recently he served as Technical Director for The Company Of Pittsburgh and appeared in productions of Oklahoma! & Man Of LaMancha, and can be seen in the film Love The Coopers which is in theaters now. Autism awareness rocks!

 

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