At Maryland Ensemble Theatre we take pride in our ensemble spirit, building shows as a community of collaborators. While we’re stuck inside, it seems like a great time to meet some of the individuals who make our theatre great! New installments will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Previous MET Connects:
DC Cathro is the playwright behind 2016’s Family Holiday, but he’s also been a member of the MET family since the very beginning. Appearing in A Christmas Carol, Good People, Twelfth Night, Coyote On A Fence, performing with The Comedy Pigs and so much more, there are few roles DC hasn’t done with MET.
Get to know your friendly neighborhood Spidey-Steve! Steve Custer is a MET Company Member, actor, director, and fight choreographer. You’ve seen him onstage in Pillowman, Rocky Horror, 1984 and Hand To God! He’s responsible for the fights you’ve seen in Sweat, Let The Right One In, Heathers, and more.
Mikayla Domingo got involved with MET through our MET Apprentice Program. Since getting started she’s worked on shows like Rocky Horror, Sweat, Planet Claire, The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged) and more!
Ray Hatch is an actor and director who had been seeing shows at the MET for a long time, he took to MET’s stage for the first time in 2015’s Gifts Of The Magi. This season he performed onstage in Sweat by Lynn Nottage, as soon as the show opened he turned around and got to work directing our following mainstage production of Annie Baker’s Circle Mirror Transformation.
Julie Herber has been a staple of the MET for a long time. The Artistic Director of the Fun Company, an ensemble school teacher and director of MET’s Fun Camp, she’s performed in shows such as Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, Circle Mirror Transformation and Killer Joe. She’s directed MET Productions of The Elephant Man, Frankenstein, Peter And The Starcatcher.
Rona Mensah has been with MET since the very beginning! She’s worked on such original MET pieces as Finally Heard and Exuviae, she’s performed with The Comedy Pigs and has been seen onstage recently in The Santaland Diaries, Good People, Clybourne Park, and Sweat.
James “Jiggy” McGarvey has been with MET since 2005. An improv teacher for The Ensemble School, and a former Comedy Pig, James has appeared onstage in Admissions, Completely Hollywood (abridged), The Elephant Man, A Christmas Carol, The Amazing Interactive Adventure and more!
Jeremy Myers made his MET debut in our 2016 production of Bad Jews. He’s since performed in A View From The Bridge, Rocky Horror, A Tale Of Two Trolls, he directed Click Clack Moo and the upcoming Giggle Giggle Quack. He’s set to return to the stage in Angels in America (dates TBD)
A Comedy Pig, teacher and company member, Molly has been seen in our mainstage productions of Radium Girls and Pride and Prejudice.
Katie Rattigan has been a company member at Maryland Ensemble Theatre since 2014. An actor, props designer, improviser and artist, Katie has performed with Oh Crit and such MET shows as The Arsonists, Frankenstein, Junie B. Jones, The Rocky Horror Show, Top Girls and more.
Laura Stark is a longtime company member, Ensemble School teacher, and former Comedy Pig. She’s appeared onstage in The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged), Pride and Prejudice, Rapture Blister Burn, and more.
Kathryn Vicere has been with MET since the early days, performing in our 1999 performance of Beth Henley’s Crimes of the Heart and David Ive’s Mere Mortals. She stepped away from MET for a little while, but she recently returned as our Managing Director and we couldn’t be happier to have her with us!