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GINTA KATZ is delighted to come back to live theater after a long hiatus. Since coming to Albuquerque in 2014, she has appeared in Fiddler on the Roof (JCC), Ragtime (Landmark) and Nine (Musical Theatre Southwest). She also sings with several choral groups including the Oasis Entertainers, The Highland Harmonizers, and The Beartones of Bear Canyon. Ain’t retirement grand?!
GALADRIEL SEVENER is happy to be performing in her first show with Landmark. She recently moved to Albuquerque from New York after completing her M.S. in speech pathology. She most recently performed in Spamalot at Albuquerque Little Theater. Other favorite roles include Joanna (Sweeney Todd), Olive Ostrovsky (Spelling Bee) and Rapunzel (Into the Woods). She has loved working on this production and hopes you enjoy it too.
GARY BEARLY has appeared in Landmark’s productions of My Fair Lady, as Alfred Doolittle, a gangster in Kiss Me, Kate and as the lieutenant in Guys and Dolls. Over the past 45 years he has had leading roles in The King and I, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Deathtrap, Plaza Suite, and On Golden Pond. His directorial credits include Annie Get Your Gun, Ten Little Indians, I Ought To Be In Pictures, The Mousetrap, Broadway Bound, Love, Sex & The IRS and he helmed the insanity for Spamalot for Landmark.
GAYE GRANT’s most recent credits include A Little Night Music and Showtune (Landmark), Songs for a New World (FCT), Cats as Grizabella (ABQ Stages) and Shadowlands as Joy (Adobe). Gaye is an artist and decorative painter by day and a member of the Screen Actors Guild. She offers her thanks, love and blessings to the cast and crew, her family, friends and David for all their support and love.
GENE CORBIN has been treading local boards for nearly 40 years and it has been his joy and honor. His roles include Joe in Showbol, Jim in Big River, Merlyn in Camelot, the king in The King and I, and the Horse in The Full Monty. Gene also performed in Black History Month’s Roots Revival in many genres. He’s excited to be working with Landmark.
GENE HUNT has a theater degree from Kansas State University and over the years has appeared in numerous productions including 1776; Man of La Mancha; Kiss Me, Kate; Little Mary Sunshine; Our Town; Arsenic and Old Lace; The Taming of the Shrew and Cactus Flower. In real life he’s an HVAC contractor.
GIACOMO ZAFARANO began singing and acting at a young age through in-school music and drama programs. As a teenager, he began dancing with the Ballet de Santa Fe youth company. While obtaining a B.A. in linguistics from the University of New Mexico he performed with the New Mexico Ballet Company and Ballet Repertory Theatre of NM. Giacomo went on to perform professionally in Las Vegas, on cruise ships, in regional dance and theater and industrial and commercial venues. For the last several years Giacomo has worked in commercial real estate asset management while continuing to expand his intellectual, athletic and artistic boundaries including performance work in film and television.
GIOVANNI MARTINEZ has performed in two high school musicals, Into the Woods and Shrek the Musical, and also in the Enchantment Awards program as one of the male nominees. He runs, lifts, works as a busser, goes to school, plays guitar, sings and hangs out with his friends.
GLORIA GOODMAN is happy to be in another Landmark production after playing an immigrant in Ragtime and Mrs. Einsford-Hill in My Fair Lady. Favorite roles include Carlotta in Phantom, Domina in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Queen Aggravain in Once Upon A Mattress.
GRACE WALKER has been involved in theater for nine years and starred as Martha in Sandia Prep’s production of The Children’s Hour and Evil Tina in She Kills Monsters. For eleven years, Grace has participated in most forms of dance and is now on the dance team at Prep. She has also performed in a Shakespeare in the Park production of Romeo and Juliet.
GRADY HARRELL has been performing since kindergarten in such plays as 101 Dalmatians, Alice in Wonderland and Oz. He recently performed in a national tour of The Wizard of Oz. Thanks, Jonathan Dunski for all the time he invested in him, Megan Rader for voice lessons, and God for his blessings. Grady is a wrestling fan, and enjoys baseball and hanging out with his friends.
GREG TITUS is a second-generation barbershopper originally from Ohio, who recently moved back to Albuquerque after spending several years in California. While there, he was a founding member of the 2008 3rd place Barbershop Harmony Society International bronze medalist chorus, Voices in Harmony. Greg is self-employed as a marketing and design consultant and also designs graphics for award-winning products. He sings bass in the Blue Steele quartet.
GUADALUPE CHAVEZ was born and raised in Albuquerque with a dance career spanning the past seven years. While at Elite Dance Studio he performed his first lead role as Peter in its production of Peter Pan. He later danced featured roles for Ballet Repertory Theater as the Rose Prince in Sleeping Beauty as well as the Jester in Swan Lake, choreographed by Alex Ossadnick. In recent years, he has been exploring a new dance art form as a member and solo artist for Air Dance NM, an aerial dance company. He began working with New Mexico Ballet Company in 2014 Guadalupe is a professional photographer with a BFA from Southwest University of Visual Arts.
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