11th Hour Theatre Company · 1812 Productions · Act II Playhouse · Amaryllis Theatre Company · Arden Theatre Company · Azuka Theatre · B. Someday Productions · BCKSEET Productions · Brat Productions · Bristol Riverside Theatre · The Centre Theater · Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company · Curio Theatre Company · Delaware Shakespeare Festival · Delaware Theatre Company · EgoPo Classic Theater · Enchantment Theatre Company · Flashpoint Theatre Company · Gas & Electric Arts · Hedgerow Theatre · Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium · Inis Nua Theatre Company · InterAct Theatre Company · Lantern Theater Company · Luna Theater Company · Mauckingbird Theatre Company · The Media Theatre · Montgomery Theater · The New Candlelight Theatre · New City Stage Company · New Paradise Laboratories · The Nice People Theatre Company · The People's Light & Theatre Company · The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre · Philadelphia Theatre Company · Philadelphia Theatre Workshop · Philadelphia Young Playwrights · Pig Iron Theatre Company · Plays & Players · Simpatic Theatre Project · Society Hill Playhouse · Straw Flower Productions · Temple Theaters · Theatre Exile · Theatre Horizon · Vagabond Acting Troupe · Villanova Theatre · Walnut Street Theatre · The Wilma Theater
Michael Alltop is the Producing Artistic Director of Brat Productions. He worked as the Associate Artistic Director for Theatreworks USA for over 6 years. Michael holds an MFA in Drama from Syracuse University and has over 10 years experience in non-profit theatre, including direction, production and administration. This is Michael’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Nick Anselmo is Theater Program Director at Drexel University. He is a professor as well as the creator of the Mandell Professionals in Residence Project (MPiRP) and the Founder/Artistic Director of The Late Night Series. Nick is also a freelance Director/ Choreographer which he has been doing in the area since 1997. This is Nick’s second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Deborah Baer Mozes is the Artistic Director/Founder of Theatre Ariel and the Director of Cultural Affairs for the Consulate General of Israel. As Artistic Director of Theatre Ariel, she has conceived and directed over 40 new works. Other local credits include: Director in the Independence Season and Literary Manager for the Walnut Street Theatre and Associate Artistic Director, Stageworks Touring Company. Her international career includes teaching and directing in Israel, and Artistic Director, Manitoba Theatre Workshop in Winnipeg, Canada. This is her first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Jay Berkowitz is Chairperson at the Department of Theatre and Dance at West Chester University, where he has taught various levels of Acting, and Directing. Jay has been a professor since 1969 and a Barrymore voter since 2003.
Dennis Bloh is a teacher at La Salle College High School. He has directed at Players Club of Swarthmore, La Salle College High School, and Upper Darby Summer Stage since 1976. He has also assistant directed with companies such as Act II Playhouse and Theatre Exile. Dennis has been a Barrymore voter for 10 years.
Cara Blouin was the artistic director of Stone Soup Theatre Arts in NYC before coming to Philadelphia, where she has directed for PDC and Represented Theatre Company, as well as Plays & Players Theatre where she serves as Co-Chair of the Education Committee. This is Cara’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Alan Blumenthal was the artistic director at Act II Playhouse for seven years. He was a member of the Theatre Alliance Board of Directors for six years, has been on the Barrymore Awards Oversight Committee since 2000, and has been a Barrymore Voter since 1995. He is currently President of the board of 11th Hour Theatre Company, Vice President of PlayPenn, Secretary of InterAct Theatre Company, and a board member of Theatre Horizon and Enchantment Theatre Company.
Christopher Bohan is an adjunct faculty member at Lehigh University where he teaches Acting. He is a local writer, actor and director and has performed with companies such as Flashpoint Theatre Company, Amaryllis Theatre Company, The Wilma Theater, and Luna Theatre Company. He is a founding member of Places Ensemble Theatre. This is Christopher’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Stephen Bonnell is an actor and director. He has directed Off-Broadway at Equity Library Theatre and Circle Rep Company, and at regional theatres. Stephen has performed locally at the Media Theatre and the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival which adds to his work in New York and across the nation. This is Stephen’s second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Hazel Bowers is a Philadelphia actress and dialect coach who has worked with companies such as Walnut Street Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Villanova Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Lantern Theater Company, and InterAct Theatre Company. She has been nominated for five Barrymore Awards and was the recipient of the 2001-2002 Barrymore Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Play. This is Hazel’s 7th year as a Barrymore Voter.
Kate Brennan holds an MFA from the University of Virginia. Co-Artistic Director for BCKSEET Productions and founder of BCKSEET IGNITION, she has also taught with Lantern Theater, Walnut Street Theatre, Iron Age Theatre, Theatre Horizon & the University of Virginia. She currently teaches with Merion Mercy, Broadway in the Classroom (NY), and Rosemont College. Locally, Kate has performed with New Paradise Laboratories, BCKSEET Productions, Straw Flower Productions, Philadelphia Theatre Workshop, Walnut Street Theatre and Arden Theatre Company. This is Kate’s 1st year as a Barrymore Voter.
Iain Campbell is the production manager at the Wilma Theater. Prior to coming to Philadelphia he was the Production Manager for Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo, NY and for Everyman Theater in Baltimore, MD. He has also served as a freelance production manager and consultant in Chicago, IL; San Jose, CA; and in the Washington, DC area. This is Iain's first year as a Barrymore voter.
Kristyn Chouiniere Smith is a Philadelphia actress and teacher who has appeared with companies such as Arden Theatre Company, Theatre Exile, People’s Light & Theatre Company, Lantern Theater Company, and the National Constitution Center. She is a two-time Barrymore Award nominee for Outstanding Ensemble in a Play and a recipient of this award. Kristyn has been a Barrymore Voter since 2003.
Mark Cofta is a theatre critic at the Philadelphia City Paper and an instructor at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. He is also a director and playwright who has worked extensively at the now-gone Brick Playhouse and other area companies. Mark has been a Barrymore Voter for 13 years.
Joseph F. D’Angelo is principal of the Academy of Notre Dame de Namur in Villanova, PA. He was the director of student drama for productions including South Pacific, A Man for All Seasons, Mame as well as dramaturge for Players Club of Swarthmore’s Waiting for Godot. Joseph is on the Board of Directors of Media Theatre, a Barrymore Awards Collaborative Theater Award Site Visitor, an author of the Barrymore Rubrics for use by Voters, and has been a Barrymore Voter since 2000.
Ginger Dayle is the Producing Artistic Director of New City Stage Company now in its fourth successful season. A graduate of University of Pennsylvania for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees, she is also an actress and dancer in Philadelphia. This is her second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Charlie DelMarcelle devotes much of this time to community outreach, theatre education and theatre for young audiences. He serves as: a roster artist for the PA Council on the Arts, an instructor for the Fulton Theatre Academy and an adjunct faculty member at both West Chester University and Albright College. He has been involved in the Barrymore process since 2005.
Charles Dumas is a professor at Penn State University School of Theatre where he has taught for the past 8 years. He also taught acting at Temple University for 2 years. He is an established actor, director and playwright, having performed nationally and has had 2 plays in the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Charles is PCA winner for playwriting and served as a PCA grants reviewer for theatre companies for six years and has been a Barrymore Voter for 2 years.
Bill Felty is the Founder and Artistic Director of Philadelphia Theatre Workshop. He is a well-established director having directed for companies such as Nice People Theatre Company, The Wilma Theater, Walnut Street Theater and Philadelphia Theatre Workshop. This is Bill’s 6th year as a Barrymore Voter.
Susan Giddings is a Philadelphia actress who has performed with companies such as Amaryllis Theatre Company and Flashpoint Theatre Company. She has been a Barrymore Voter since 2000.
Nan Gilbert is the manager of the Mandell Theatre at Drexel University. She was the Assistant Director/Senior Lecturer for the School of Theatre Arts at University of the Arts, and has held a variety of arts administrative and presenter/producer positions in Philadelphia since the 1980s. Nan has been a Barrymore Voter since 1997.
Marlene M. Goebig is a theatre teacher at The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA). She is working on her doctorate in Theater Education. Marlene has been a Barrymore Voter for 4 years.
Aileen Goldberg is an actress who has been involved with companies such as Storybook Musical Theatre, Prince Music Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Weber-Prianti Productions, City Theater Company and New Candlelight Theatre. She also serves on the board of Storybook Musical Theatre. Aileen holds a BFA in drama from New York University. This is her first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Leigh Goldenberg is the Marketing Associate at Arden Theatre Company and was previously the Marketing Director of Lantern Theater Company. Born and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs, Leigh lived in NYC from 2000-2007 where she worked in production and administration with a variety of organizations including Women's Project and Productions, the Pearl Theatre Company, HERE Arts Center and Stone Soup Theatre Arts, a socially conscious company which she co-founded in 2001. She is a proud homeowner in South Philly and rides her bike to most Barrymore assignments. This is her second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Jacqueline Goldfinger is the Literary Manager at the Philadelphia Theatre Company. She is also a playwright and dramaturg. Visit her online at: www.jacquelinegoldfinger.com. Jacqueline has been a Barrymore Voter for 2 years and wrote the 2009 Barrymore Awards Ceremony script.
Steve Hatzai has been involved with the theatre for over 45 years as an actor, director, playwright, educator, producer and technician in both the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia. He has been a Barrymore voter for three years and currently teaches Theatre History and Acting at Penn State Abington.
Allison Heishman is the Literary Manager for Azuka Theatre as well as the Theatre Programs Coordinator at the National Constitution Center. She works as a director and actor and has worked for the following companies: Azuka Theatre, Madhouse Theater Company, Flashpoint Theatre Company, Secret Room Theatre. Allison has done apprentice work at the Walnut Street Theatre and Philadelphia Theatre Company. Allison is a graduate of Washington College and has been a Barrymore voter since 2007.
Jessica Hinds-Bond recently received her Theatre MA from Villanova, where she was a graduate assistant in costumes. She has worked in dramaturgy, costumes, and properties at Villanova University and at Auburn University, where she received her BFA. Jessica has also been a literary committee member at Philadelphia Young Playwrights for the past four years. This is her first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Lee Irving is a producer and director, the owner of GEM Productions and a proud member of Actors' Equity Association. He has worked with companies such has West End Theatre of New York, Algonquin Productions, Theatre Three, and Labyrinth Theatre of Dallas. After working for many years in NYC and throughout Texas, he returned to his hometown in Delaware. This is his second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Jenny Jacobs is a teacher, director, choreographer, and dramaturg. She is an adjunct faculty member at Temple and Rider Universities. Jenny has worked for Theatre Exile, The Wilma Theater, Mauckingbird Theatre Company, The Wolf Performing Arts Center, and Hedgerow Theatre. She is the Founding Artistic Director of Iris Theatre Company and received her MA from Villanova University. This is Jenny’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Jackie Ruggiero Jacobson is the Co-Artistic Director of Straw Flower Productions, an actor and a playwright. She has worked with Green Light Productions, Naked Feet Productions, New City Stage Company, The Brick Playhouse, Vagabond Acting Troupe, Big House Plays & Spectacles and was a resident member of the former Magnet Theatre Company in Trenton, New Jersey. Jackie has taught and directed at the Southern New Jersey School of Performing Arts in Sewell, New Jersey and is a teaching artist for Philadelphia Young Playwrights. She is a graduate of the University of the Arts and a member of the Dramatists Guild. Jackie has been a Barrymore Voter since 2007.
Annette Kaplafka is currently a full time actress working from NYC to DC. She recently just finished a 10 year stint at Mike Lemon Casting, where she was their Film Casting Director from 2005-2009. Current credits include the film Mayor Cupcake (opposite Leah Thompson) and Corporate Woman in Café. On stage she was Dorothy a National Tour of The Wizard of OZ and has worked with such organizations as The People’s Light & Theatre Company, The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and The Shakespeare Theatre in DC. This is her second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Leonard Kelly is a Theatre Professor at West Chester University. He is also a director and dialect coach and has worked with The Summer Performing Arts Project, Plays and Players Theatre, and The Vagabond Acting Troupe. Leonard has been a Barrymore voter for 10 years.
Richard Kotulski is the Literary Programming Assistant and Casting Director at the Wilma Theater. Richard is an accomplished playwright, director and dramaturg. He is on the board of directors of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center, a member of the Philadelphia New Play Initiative, and has been a Barrymore voter since 2007.
Mark Lenard is a mortgage loan officer by day, but also works regularly as an Actor, Choreographer and Scenic Designer. He received a double B.A. in Musical Theatre and Theatre Arts from Catawba College. A New Jersey resident, Mark has worked mostly with The Ritz Theatre Company and Cherry Hill East High School, though he occasionally works with many Philadelphia theatres companies. He has been an active Barrymore Awards voter since 1997.
Francis Licopoli, recently retired Director, Performer and Administrator served as Assistant School Director and Outreach Coordinator with Walnut Street Theatre, Production Manager with Act II Playhouse, Musical Theatre Director with Sandy Run Middle School, and actor in productions at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Performing Arts Center in Hilton Head SC, Walnut Street Theatre, Montgomery Theatre, and most recently at Dutch County Playhouse. This is his first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Sandy Loanne is an educator and performer having worked with Players Club of Swarthmore, American Family Theatre, Wyncote Players and other groups in the Philadelphia and New York State area. Sandy studied with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in NYC. She has a B.A. in Theatre from Temple University, a M.A. in Theatre from Villanova University, a M.Ed. from Arcadia University and has been a Barrymore Voter since the first year that the Barrymore Awards began.
Robin Marcotte is a Philadelphia-based performer, choreographer and educator. He is the former Co-Artistic Director of Hotel Obligado Physical Theatre and has collaborated with Mum Puppettheatre, 1812 Productions, Azuka Theatre and The Dell’ Arte Company, among others. Robin is adjunct faculty at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, PA and Plymouth Sate University in Plymouth, NH. This is Robin’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Joe Marrella is an educator and director, having directed 20 shows including plays, musicals and variety shows. He has been nominated twice as Best Director for Community Theatre productions throughout the state of New Jersey. Joe has taught a graduate program on "Entertaining Productions" at West Chester University for five summers. He also gives private lessons in acting and auditioning techniques. Joe has been engaged to adjudicate musical events throughout the United States as well as presenting seminars on "numbers management" for all judges. Joe has been a Barrymore voter for the past 5 years.
Lindsay Mauck is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Mauckingbird Theatre Company, Resource Development Associate for Philadelphia Young Playwrights, and an actor. She has a B.M. in Music Education from Temple University. Lindsay has worked for companies such as Philadelphia Theatre Company, New Candlelight Theatre, Forestburgh Playhouse, The Ritz Theatre Company and more. This is her first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Cheryl Mazzarini is an adjunct theater professor at Burlington County College and Project Manager to the Dean of Students at Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School. She has performed with Villanova University, City Theater Company, Delaware Shakespeare Festival, Theatre Horizon, and Arden Theatre Company. Cheryl has been a Barrymore Voter for 2 years.
Aileen McCulloch (MA - Theatre - Villanova University) is Executive Artistic Director of Vagabond Acting Troupe and Young Audiences of Eastern PA, and is Associate Director for the Montgomery County Cultural Center. She has worked with Brat Productions, Azuka Theatre, Eternal Spiral, The Brick Playhouse, Temple University, Winterthur Museum, the Museum of Architecture and Anthropology at UPENN and many more. For seven years she ran the theatre at Pennsylvania Performing Arts Academy before creating the Morgantown Youth Ensemble to serve children through the arts in the underserved area of rural PA in Berks, Lancaster and North East Chester counties. This is Aileen's sixth non-sequential year serving as a voter.
Jason J. Michael is a professional actor, director, musical director and composer. Jason has worked with companies such as the Ritz Theatre Company, Villanova Theatre, American Family Theatre and the Walnut Street Theatre. He is the Founding Artistic Director of the Shangri-La Theatre Company and the Children's Theatre Artistic Director of Upper Darby Summer Stage. He has an MA in Theatre from Villanova and has been a Barrymore voter since 2002.
Charlotte Northeast is a local Philadelphia actress. She has appeared with companies such as InterAct Theatre Company, Theatre Exile, New City Stage Company and Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company. Charlotte has been a voter since 2005.
David O’Connor is a director, Lighting Designer and Teaching artist in the Philadelphia area. He has worked with the Lantern Theater Company, Arden Theatre Company, Hedgerow Theatre, Temple University, Brat Productions and more. He teaches at Temple University and received his MFA in Directing from Temple. This is his second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Catherine Palfenier is a Philadelphia based actor/director. She has worked with companies such as Simpatico Theatre Project, Luna Theater Company, Allens Lane Theater, BCKSEET Productions, and Borealis Theatre Company in Chicago. Catherine received an MFA in Acting from Brandeis University. This is her 3rd year as a Barrymore Voter.
Nicole Paloux is Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Nice People Theatre Company. She also runs Red Balloon Public Relations, a new boutique lifestyle PR firm. Nicole got her BA in Theatre at Washington University in St. Louis and has continued acting for companies such as Nice People Theatre Company, Philadelphia Theatre Workshop and The Wilma Theater. This is Nicole’s 5th year as a Barrymore Voter.
Hal Passoth has held a variety of arts administration positions and directed frequently in both New York and Los Angeles as well as Modesto, California. Before coming to Philadelphia, he was Managing Director of the Augusta Ballet, the Sharon (Connecticut) Creative Arts Foundation, and the Untermyer Performing Arts Festival in Westchester, NY. Hal was the resident director of the Gallery Theatre in Las Vegas and was the Director of the Arts Center at Germantown Academy in Fort Washington. He studied direction at Boston University and the Yale School of Drama before receiving an MFA degree in direction from UCLA. Hal is currently on the committee of the F. Otto Haas Award and Brown Martin Committee.
Jennifer Peck is the General Manager at the Arden Theatre Company. She is also adjunct faculty at Rosemont College’s Playwriting Program. She received her BA from American University and has been an active member in Philadelphia since then. Jennifer received her MFA from Rosemont College, and has been a Barrymore Voter for 3 years.
Darnelle Radford is the Producing Artistic Director of Represented Theatre Company. He has worked for companies such as Flashpoint Theatre Company, Plays and Players, Curtain Call Creations, Quince Productions and Philadelphia Young Playwrights. He is the producer of REP Radio, a podcast promoting Philadelphia theatre and has been a Barrymore voter for 5 seasons.
Cynthia Raff is a professional actress, director and teacher. She has an M.A and Ph.D. in English/Drama from Purdue University. She has taught high school and college English and theatre for over thirty years. She has worked with companies such as Act II Playhouse, Montgomery Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Prince Music Theatre, The Wilma Theater, Walnut Street Theatre, Hedgerow Theatre, Flashpoint Theatre Company, BKSEET Productions, Lenape Regional Performing Arts Center, PlayPenn, among others. She has been a Barrymore Voter since 2001.
Kimberly Reilly is currently serving as the Marketing and Development Director for Act II Playhouse. In the past she has served as the Associate Artistic Director with Fuse Management LLC & The Devon Theater and as the Marketing & External Relations Associate at Theatre Horizon. She has worked in a variety of administrative, artistic, and technical positions at Villanova Theatre and Theatre Horizon. This is Kimberly’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Peter Reynolds is the Director of Musical Theatre at Temple University and the Artistic Director of Mauckingbird Theatre Company. Peter is an accomplished director working in Equity, non-Equity and University Theatre. He has worked with Media Theatre, Mauckingbird Theatre Company, Hedgerow Theatre, Act II Playhouse, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Walnut Street Theatre, Arcadia University, Villanova University, Drexel University, Temple University and many more. This is Peter’s second year as a Barrymore Voter.
Jessica Risser-Milne is a Philadelphia based Costume Designer. She has an MFA from Brandeis University. Jessica has worked with companies such as Berkshire Theatre Festival, EgoPo Classic Theater, Act II Playhouse and more. She has been a Barrymore Voter for 4 years.
Bohdan Senkow is the Director of Theatre at Widener University and has directed over one hundred productions, and performed as an actor in over forty productions, of plays and musicals for professional, semi-professional, community and educational theatres. He received graduate training in theatre at Villanova University, The Mountview Theatre Academy in London and in the Professional Classic Theatre Workshop at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Bohdan has been a Barrymore Voter for 6 years.
Peggy Smith is a Philadelphia based professional actor. She has worked with companies such as Walnut Street Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Simpatico Theatre Project, Flashpoint Theatre Company and Plays and Players. Peggy holds a degree in Theatre from Temple University and has been a Barrymore Voter since 2003.
Terry Smith is a freelance lighting designer and the Production Electrician for the Philadelphia Theatre Company. He has been the Lighting Director for World Café Live and the Trocadero Theatre, Master Electrician for the Lenape Regional Performing Arts Center, Arden Theatre Company, and more. Terry has designed for companies such as Azuka Theatre, Brian Sanders, Inis Nua Theatre Company, City Theater Company, Drexel University, Germantown Academy as well as others. This is his first year as a Barrymore Voter.
David Stradley is a freelance director, actor and educator. He was the Artistic Associate at Delaware Theatre Company and has directed for companies such as the Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company and more. David has an MFA in Acting from the Florida State University/Asolo Conservatory.” This is his first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Paul Taylor is the Traveling Science Show and Community Outreach Manager at The Franklin Institute. Before taking his current position, Paul was the General Manager of The Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival. He was a workshop leader for the Philadelphia Young Playwrights for 2 years, and in 1996 Paul helped develop theatre standards for the Philadelphia School District. Paul has also worked in many professional Philadelphia theatres including The Wilma Theater, Philadelphia Theatre Company, People’s Light & Theatre Company and the Delaware Theatre Company. He has been a Barrymore voter since 1998.
Andrew J. Terranova is the Marketing Assistant at the Walnut Street Theatre. He graduated from Penn State University with a BA in Theatre. Andrew was a stage manager at the Ephrata Performing Arts Center and has been a performer and a director for organizations such as Plays and Players and Penn State University. This is Andrew’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.
Ryder Thornton is a director, playwright and teacher living in Philadelphia. His work has been seen at the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, New City Stage Company, Walking Fish Theatre, EgoPo Classic Theater, Allens Lane Theater and more. He has worked in theaters on the East Coast and Eastern Europe. He was a Fulbright Scholar in Hungary and received an MFA from Temple University where he is also a member the adjunct faculty. He has been a proud participant of the Barrymore Award selection process since 2005.
Leah Walton is an actor, teacher and office-assistant in Philadelphia theatres. She’s performed with InterAct Theatre Company, Pig Iron Theatre Company, Walnut Street Theatre, Lantern Theater Company, Mum Puppettheatre, EgoPo Classic Theater, Delaware Theatre Company, City Theater Company, New City Stage Company, among others. Ensemble-generated pieces include Echo and The Giant Squid. Leah teaches acting at the Walnut Street Theatre and HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy. She trained at the National Theatre Institute, Moscow Art Theatre and Michael Chekhov Association. Leah is a first time Barrymore voter.
Taylor Williams is a lawyer and an actor. She is an AEA member and has performed with Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, Villanova Theatre, Philadelphia Area Repertory Theatre and other companies. Taylor taught acting at the Walnut Street Theatre School. She received an MA in Theatre from Villanova University, where she received the Brian Morgan Award. Taylor has been a Barrymore Voter for 11 years.
Beth Yeagle is the Director of Marketing at the Arden Theatre Company, where she has been since 2005. Before coming to Philadelphia, Beth was the Marketing and Audience Development Manager at the Minnesota Orchestra. She was a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Advertising. This is Beth’s first year as a Barrymore Voter.