Adam Lowe | Captain James Hook
Adam Lowe has been an Atlanta-based actor, comedian, and sideshow performer for over ten years. He is the managing director for Thimblerig Circus, a vaudeville-style comedy troupe that entertains all around the country. You might have most recently recognized him in the 7 Stages production of Three Penny Opera, where both he and Hook's mustache made an appearance. When he isn't clowning in a hospital near you, Adam can most commonly be found walking around in costume on stilts, juggling, or eating fire for money. Super love to Ellaree, the most amazing and patient circus spouse in the world.
Jessica Junque Unker | Peter Pan
Jessica is beyond honored to return to Second Star on the Right in this 3rd adventure! Jessica is a professional performer who has been seen all over the country in productions such as Off Broadways La Mama ETC “Port Out, Starboard Home” in which she appeared as Daria in both the San Francisco and NYC premiere production. Jessica won the Overall Excellence Award for her performance at The New York Fringe Festival before returning locally to her native Atlanta grounds. Jessica has performed regionally with FoolsFury Theatre, 7 Stages, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, The Object Group, Fish & Bicycle Theatre Co, among many others. This is Jessica’s FOURTH time playing Peter Pan and the experiences keep getting sweeter! To LIVE really is an awfully big adventure!! Love to mi familia and H.P.
Reanna Osler | Wendy Darling
Reanna Osler is a performer and writer. She has written and performed for groups all over Atlanta, including Kennesaw State University (of which she is a graduate), Fly on A Wall dance company, The Collective Project, and the Atlanta History Center, among others.
Caitlin Reeves | Smee
Caitlin Reeves is a clown, native to Atlanta. She has been seen locally with the Center for Puppetry Arts, the Object Group, Out of Hand Theater, SAIAH International, Serenbe Playhouse, Theater Emory and Théâtre du Rêve. She recently returned from Boston, where she studied to become a librarian (you need a Masters for that?!), and she spends her days digging through old stuff as the archivist for Columbia Theological Seminary. Most recently she appeared at the Barn Arts Collective in Tremont, ME with fellow clowns Nicholas Surby and Emma Yarbrough. She is filled with tremendous gratitude for the mates of Deer Bear Wolf for having her aboard.
Cherry DelRosario | Whibbles
Cherry loves to wear all the hats! As a member of Twinhead Theatre since 2006, she has played multiple roles over the years—writer, director, actor, choreographer and singer/songwriter just to name a few. After designing a catalog of show posters, she decided to pursue graphic design at Georgia State University. After graduation, she seamlessly eased into arts management by becoming a co-founder and the Design Director for the Atlanta Fringe Festival. Working with the Fringe has given her the opportunity to marry her love of live performance with graphic design and the ability to help support other small theatre groups and independent artists. She is currently a Graphic Designer at Ideas United, a creative agency located in Kirkwood. She likes to spend her free time eating beautiful meals with her boyfriend Jason, playing with their dogs Chomp & Gotham, fiddling around on a musical instrument, or watching horror movies. It fills Cherry with great joy to contribute to the amazing Atlanta arts scene.
Diana Brown | Nibs
Diana Brown is a writer, actor, producer, and director, mostly making comedy with her theater company, Twinhead Theatre. She also organizes the Atlanta Fringe Festival (June 6-10!). She has always wanted to go to Neverland, so many thanks to Elizabeth, John, Laura, and the whole cast and crew for showing her that it was in her backyard all along.
Eli Banks | Gentleman Starkey
Eli is co-Artistic Director of Twinhead Theatre, where he has been producing, directing, writing, and performing since 2005. By day (and frequently by night) he works in the props department on some of your favorite tv shows like Black Lightning and Stranger Things. But his true passion has always been the swashbuckling, romanticized life of a fictional pirate, and he's thrilled to be living out his sea faring fantasies for all you land lubbers tonight!
Elizabeth Jarrett | Cesso | Director | Producer
Elizabeth Jarrett is a curator, artist, and designer born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She graduated with a BA in Theater and Performance Studies from Kennesaw State University and continues to design and produce work around town. Past work seen at Synchronicity Theatre, The American Theatre of Actors in NYC, Serenbe Playhouse, Aurora Theatre and more. She is a 2017 Hambidge Fellow at the Hambidge Center for Arts and Sciences. Elizabeth also works as Executive Director for Atlanta based arts non-profit, Deer Bear Wolf. Upcoming projects include directing, producing, and performing in Deer Bear Wolf's immersive performance series, Transgression (March 22- 30), and a collaborative body of performance art works with artist Danielle Deadwyler (premiering this month). She is also preparing for a summer studying and creating new works at the Ionian Center for Arts and Culture on the Island of Kefelonia in Greece.
Emma Yarbrough | Bill Jukes
Emma Yarbrough is a theater artist, writer, and story enthusiast based in Atlanta, GA. A graduate of Emory University, she just couldn't let go of that liberal arts lifestyle and now serves as the communications specialist for the Arts at Emory. When she's not performing or cooking up a new piece of theater, you can find her wandering the tree-lined streets of Atlanta. It shouldn't be hard to spot her. She's quite tall. @emmayarbs
Fontez Brooks | Slightly
Born in East Saint Louis, Fontez fell in love with the stage at an early age. As an entertainer and a brand. Fontez hopes to use his skill set for the only thing that matters: world domination.
Haylee Anne | Twin
Haylee Anne is an interdisciplinary artist and cat enthusiast. A BFA Graduate from Montclair State University, her work has shown in venues such as the Carriage House Gabarron Foundation, The Road Gallery, Soho20 Gallery, and across the planet in Savannah, Chicago, Newark, Washington D.C., Madrid, and France. In 2013 she was awarded the VSA Excellence of Artistry Award by the Smithsonian and the Kennedy Center. She has worked with ArtsATL, Plywood People, and the Atlanta Contemporary.
Joshua Whitman | Michael Darling
Joshua Whitman is a second grader at Craig Elementary School and a company member at Gwinnett Ballet Theatre where he has performed in three seasons of The Nutcracker. Joshua has a deep passion for the arts , especially dance, and shares this passion with everyone he meets. He hopes to have a future career as a dancer, actor, and fashion designer-yes all these things together. He is excited to be reprising his role as Michael Darling in this the third installment of Second Star from The Right, and will greatly miss all his best friends when it is over.
Ryan Vo | John Darling | Fight Captain
RYAN VO (John Darling / Fight Captain) is so excited to collaborate with DeerBearWolf for the first time! Atlanta credits: Jungle Book, Alice Between (Alliance Theatre) Appropriate, The Crucible, and The Legend of Georgia McBride (Actor’s Express) Dangerous Women (The Weird Sister’s Project). He was also a pervious Acting Intern at Actor’s Express. He has a B.F.A Acting degree from The University of Southern Mississippi. Ryan recently signed with The People Store, TV/Film Agency. He wants to thank his friends and family for their endless support!
Suzanne Stroup | Tootles
Suzanne is thrilled to be back with the rest of the Lost Boys for this third installment! She is a proud alum of Mercer University and the Aurora Theatre AppCo 14. You may have seen her around at the Aurora Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Out of Box, Gypsy Theatre Co, and Synchronicity. You can catch her next at OnStage Atlanta for "First Date" and then "Completeness" at The Mask Center. Much love to her family and friends who support her everyday. www.SuzanneStroup.com
Katie Culp | Costumes & Wardrobe
Katie Culp is the owner and operator of tulipcake EMBROIDERY. tulipcake EMBROIDERY was founded in 2015 as a garment-decorating resource for the South-East's film industry. Since then, we have worked with many costume departments as well as other Atlanta-based artists and businesses to create custom patches and clothing. tulipcake is preparing to scale our small operation into the region's highest quality custom gift and garment brand. Katie is a graduate of Georgia State University.
Craig White | Costumes & Wardrobe
Craig has amassed an impressive understanding of wardrobe spanning the 20th century and beyond. Craig has an eye for detail and a talent for restoring vintage clothing. He has earned the titles of Patron Saint of Damaged, Unwanted and Misfit Clothing as well as Zipper Whisperer and Stain Unicorn. Craig thinks he’s funny.
Mallorie Coleman | Set Decoration
Mallorie Coleman is a set decoration buyer for the film and television industry in Atlanta. She has worked in different fields of the art department since 2011 and enjoys helping tell people's stories through sets and props.
Montgomery Davis | Fight Choreographer
Montgomery Davis is an Atlanta based Actor, Advanced Actor Combatant, Singer, and Painter. Fresh off her apprenticeship with the award winning Serenbe Playhouse.
Wes Cummings | Photography & Videography
Wes Cummings is an Atlanta based photographer. He is the co-founder of Figure & Ground Atlanta. You can view his work at www.wesleycummings.com.
Laura Relyea | Co-Founder | Writer
Laura Relyea is a writer, editor and creative place maker. Her work has appeared in Oxford American, The Bitter Southerner, NPR, Necessary Fiction and elsewhere. She is the former Executive Editor of ArtsATL, Atlanta's only publication solely focused on the arts.
John Carroll | Co-Founder | Writer
John Carroll is an artist and writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. He's passionate about creating platforms to showcase the voices of talented creatives in his community.