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Rebecca, who graduated in 2002 was an RCP standout performing such roles as "Babe" in the 2002 production of The Pajama Game, "Snoopy" in Your a Good Man Charlie Brown, "Sandy" in Grease and "Martha" in The Secret Garden. After graduating Harvard and UCSD, Rebecca has now started her film career.  She is currently in the cast two films, The Romantics starring Katie Holmes which recently was featured in the Sundance Film Festival and The Kids are All Right which opens this July 7, 2010 in theaters. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3520196/


Jeremy graduated RHS in 2000 and is currently performing professionally. In RCP he starred in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Anything Goes, A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine and Grease.   In 2011, Jeremy debuted on Broadway as "Manny" in the cast of MASTER CLASS starring Tyne Daly.  Currently, Jhe is also making his West End debut opposite Tyne Daly in MASTER CLASS, reprising the role he performed on Broadway with Manhattan Theatre Club. Check out his website www.jeremy-cohen.com



Andy graduated RHS in 2000 and was the former President of the Royal Crown Players. He also served as the Assistant Musical Director in many shows.  Andrew is a composer, lyricist and musical director residing in New York. His latest compositions include Torah! Torah! Torah! (which premiered at Playwrights Rep at Brown University (2008)), Flipside (Frederick Loewe Award Winner), A Seat on the One-Train, The Rat Who Heard Too Much, The Session, and The Best Brown Musical Ever: The Musical! (an homage to Brown University). He is the musical director of the sketch comedy group The Apple Sisters (ECNY Award, best musical comedy act), and recently performed with them at The Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall, as well as at the Charleston, Chicago and San Francisco sketch comedy festivals. He holds an MFA in musical theatre writing from The Tisch School of the Arts at NYU and a BA in music from Brown University, where he currently serves as an adjunct lecturer.



Michael B. "Mike" Pollock, sometimes credited as Herb Lawrence, is an American voice actor, famous for playing characters in anime dubs by 4Kids Entertainment. He has appeared as the narrator for 4Kids shows like Pokémon and some promos on the original Fox Box and 4Kids TV. He is also well known as the current voice actor for Dr. Eggman in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. He graduated RHS and RCP in 1983. http://www.itsamike.com/


Jonathan Tolins currently has his Off-Broadway play The Last Sunday In June which he authored being performed at The Century Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. He is also the author of the play The Twilight of the Golds, which has been produced on Broadway and in productions around the world. Tolins co-wrote and co-produced the film version starring Brendan Fraser and Faye Dunaway for Showtime. Another play, If Memory Serves, was produced recently off-Broadway starring Elizabeth Ashley and Sam Trammell. Tolins co-wrote "The Divine Miss Millennium Tour" with Bruce Vilanch, Mark Waldrop and Bette Midler. Last March, Tolins wrote material for the 72nd Annual Academy Awards®. He has written articles for Frontiers, Opera Monthly, Avenue, and Time magazines.  He starred as Billy Crocker in Anything Goes in 1984 and was president of the club that same year. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0866038/



Darren a 1996 graduate of RHS starred in The Most Happy Fella and Tiananmen.  He is currently the i Sports Business analyst and journalist for CNBC. He appears on the programs: “Squawk Box,” “Power Lunch,” “Closing Bell,” and “On the Money.” Prior to joining CNBC, Rovell served as sports business writer for ESPN.com and reported on the world of agents, stadium deals, endorsements and contracts on ESPN’s flagship, “SportsCenter,” its investigative show, “Outside the Lines,” and its morning show “Cold Pizza.”  Darren recently has authored a book: First in Thirst: How Gatorade Turned the Science of Sweat into a Cultural Phenomenon & On the Ball: What You Can Learn About Business From America's Sports Leaders, which is available in bookstores and Amazon.com. http://www.cnbc.com/id/15837629

Eric Ostrow was an outstanding member of RCP, graduating in 1986 her portrayed "Heinzie" in the 1986 production of "Anything Goes".  Eric began his theatre training as an actor in New York City. He studied professionally under the direction of Wiliam Esper and Maggie Flanigan at Mason Gross school of the arts at rutgers university where he received his MFA is acting/performance. He has worked commercially, in voice-over, off-Broadway, regionally, and in film. New York roles include: Jim in Joined at the head, the title role in The Last Shot, Tripp in Five Women wearing the same dress, Larry in Burn This, Jonathan in Wars in this lifetime and Michael in The Fourposter and Jimmy in The Gingerbread Lady.Regional Theatres include Actors Theatre of Louiseville and The Guthrie Theatre. As an acting teacher and coach, Eric has taught and coached many actors for film/tv and broadway. Shows including Mamma Mia, Chicago, Epic Proportions, The Good Wife and others to name a few. Eric is currently on faculty at The Maggie Flanigan Studio and is the Head of Dramatics at Xavier High School in New York City where he directs the shows and heads up the drama division.  
Alison graduated in 1996 and starred in Tiananmen and The Most Happy Fella. She currently is a singer/songwriter in the New York City Folk-Rock scene. She frequently performs at The Bitter End and other well known venues.  You can catch up to her pursuits at her website http://www.alisonbreitman.com/

Brian graduated RHS in 1994 and is currently in the cast of DIRTY DANCING the MUSICAL in London's West End.  He was previously in the original cast of  JERRY SPRINGER: The Opera for which Brian won an Olivier award and in PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. In RCP Brian is best known for his portryal of Ché in Evita. Brian has a great website: http://www.dirtydancinglondon.com/about/cast/brian_saccente.php


Though Scott was a premier musician-singer-actor for the Royal Crown Players, he has found his niche as a partner and Chief Technology Engineer for abstractedge.com, a leading website design and solutions company.  He starred in Whammy, Guys and Dolls, and played Emile de Beque in the 1991 production of South Pacific


Represented by Big Bang & Fuzz In 1991, after careers in advertising, stand-up comedy and professional egg donation, Stewart became a Production Associate at ABC News Promotions in New York, where he found that it was easier to write his own music for his own spots. He left ABC in 1995 to co-found VideoHelper where his music can now be found all over television, film and radio. He recently composed the new theme for '20/20' and the "coming up" music for 'E/R'.  Stewart was an active RCP member in the early 80's. Visit his company's website at http://www.videohelper.com/.




Michael Jonathan Richards, songwriter, vocalist and pianist, knows what it means to write and perform a song. A song should express one's passion, one's desire for more and one's longing for greatness. The passion comes from the ability to forge ahead through the tough times, and yet to indulge oneself in the experience of life's happy moments. Currently writing for various artists, Michael is determined to spread his music to those who want to feel inspired, who dare to dream.  His name can be found in various articles, his songs in Shania Twain's upcoming documentary and movie soundtracks. Michael believes that every song represents a moment in one's life, an entry into one's journal. That journal, that experience, is what brings us all together, a commonality felt by all.  When you listen to his music, we realize that we are all going through life together.  Michael's vision is clear. With his music, he will make you believe that it is all worth the ride.  Michael graduated RHS in 1994 and played "Curly" in the RCP musical OKLAHOMA in 1992. His web page is www.mrichards76.com.



David has appeared on BEVERLY HILLS 90210, PARTY OF FIVE, TIME OF YOUR LIFE, and BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER among others. David recently married actress Melissa Caulfield and is currently starring with her in the play A Crazy Marriage in Los Angeles.  David debuted on the RCP stage as Oliver in Oliver! (1987) and also appeared in Follies and Guys and Dolls.




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