Harrison M. Beck (David Richards, matinee and evening) Trained at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Harrison brings an insight to the role of David Richards in Fannie Lou that goes beyond studied characterization. His is one of the performances that will remain in the minds of audiences long after the stage lights have dimmed. Harrison's theater credits include Cymbeline, You Are Made of Stars and The Snakes Three Leaves. He's also had roles in Stage Door Manor prouctions of The Producers, Oliver and Chicago, as well as various films.
Phillip Burke (Featured Ensemble, matinee and evening) Regional Theatre: Henry IV Part II (Prince Hal), Much Ado About Nothing (Don Pedro) both at The Carolinian Shakespeare Festival; The Centurion: The Musical at Sight and Sound’s Living Waters Theatre; New York Theatre: O Night Divine (Off-Broadway), Massinissa and the Tragedy of the House of Thunder, Harlem on My Mind, Day of Absence, Medea, and Twelfth Night (as Malvolio); UK theatre: The Fever Dream: Southside (also UK tour), Smoke (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), King Lear (as Edmund), Julius Caesar (as Lucius) both at Glasgow’s Shakespeare in the City Festival (and UK tour), Me and Mrs. Jones (The Arches Theatre Company; also written by Phillip), Faustus, and War Music; Television and Film: “One Life to Live,” “Mysteries at the Museum,” and “Inside Illewyn Davis” (upcoming Coen Bros film); Training: Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre (London); MA Classical and Contemporary Text from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland; BFA Drama and BS Sociology from Syracuse University. Twitter: @PhillipGBurke; Facebook: Phillip Burke, Entertainer fan page. He dedicates his performance in the memory of Sally Jones.
Terri Greene (Mrs. Hill, matinee and evening) Terri has been seen on both the big and small screens, in productions such as "Transformer 3," "Precious," "American Gangster," "The Departed," "Ugly Betty" and "Rescue Me." Her theater credits include Yesterday's Blues, An American Gospel, Anything Goes and Black Men Cry Too, and she has performed in a number of theater festivals. Terri recently participated in the reading of "Black Cherry" by B.A. Parker, winner of the Columbia University Film Faculty Select Festival.
Meghan Todt (Violinist) is a violinist who works in all genres—contemporary, classical, musical theatre and opera, orchestral, solo, and chamber. She has served as concertmaster for collaborative concerts at McCarter Theatre Center and participated in the Royal College of Music/English Chamber Orchestra collaboration One Sun One World at Royal Albert Hall. She has performed in pit orchestras in New York, New Jersey, and London and has recorded for a number of singer/songwriters, pop, and hip-hop artists. While an undergraduate at Princeton University, she founded and performed in Classical Music Hour, a weekly concert series on the Princeton campus. Meghan is currently based in New York City, where she maintains an active freelance career, is a member of the Chelsea Symphony, and is pursuing a Master of Music Performance at New York University, studying with Stephanie Chase. She also has many years of classical ballet training and continues to enjoy open classes at New York City studios.