Who We Are

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Jackie Schram

Lizzie Borden

Jackie Schram grew up in Massachusetts and is thrilled to be back in Boston for this production.  She got her start in Boston as a part of the Boston Children's Theater's Stagemobile Company performing weekly during summers in Copley Square.  She then trained in Musical Theatre at The University of Tampa and got her MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama in NYC.  She's toured the country twice: once in The 39 Steps and once with Aquila Theater.  She's worked regionally with Florida Repertory Theater, The Hippodrome, Greenbrier Valley Theater, and The Lost Colony.  Jackie spent a year Off-Broadway in the equally spooky Sleep No More and now calls Hudson Valley, NY home.  Forever grateful to get to do what she does for a living and for anyone who shows up to see it; especially in these times.  Many Thanks and Much Love. 

Allan Mayo

Hosea Knowlton

Allan Mayo - Regional: Oleanna, Contemporary Theatre of Boston; American Buffalo, The Threepenny Opera, Clybourne Park, Threshold Stage Company; Sylvia, Theatre Uncorked; Operation Epsilon, Nora Theatre (2014 IRNE Award Best Ensemble); These Shining Lives, Strangers on a Train, It's a Wonderful Life, Grapes of Wrath, Stoneham Theatre; Legacy of Light, Arms & the Man, Lyric Stage Company; Reflections of a Rock Lobster, A Child's Christmas in Wales, Boston Children's Theatre; The Crucible, New Repertory Theatre on Tour; Richard III, Ghostlight Theatre; Inherit the Wind, Hobson's Choice, The Winter's Tale, Little Women, Peterborough Players. 2006 VASTA Award for Vocal Excellence in Performance, Kennedy Center, Washington DC.

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Fred Robbins

John V. Morse

Fred was born in Massachusetts and can’t remember when he first heard the Lizzie Borden rhyme. He trained at New England College with Rich Rice, spent 6 months on tour in England and has been working on the stage and screen in the Boston area since the 70’s. He’s really looking forward to getting back on the stage with a live audience as his last performance was Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing at the Open Door Theater in 2019. You can see Fred in the upcoming movies Salem’s Lot, The Holdovers and Chili.  He would like to thank Liz, his beautiful lady and wife, for her love, support and making so many things possible in life. 

Leslie Field

Bridget Sullivan

Leslie Field (she/her & they/them) is an Amherst, MA born, Brooklyn based actor. She is a graduate of two-year conservatory at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland, and holds a BA in Social Change & Performing Arts from UMass, Amherst. Leslie has also trained and performed at Shakespeare & Company, the Pig Iron School, and the Roy Hart Center in France. She is thrilled to be making her post-pandemic debut. 


Dusko Petkovich

Director / Dr. Seabury Bowen

Dusko has acted and directed over 20 productions in NYC  and other regional theaters, including works by Samuel Beckett, David Mamet, and Sam Shepard. For the past 20 years he has been a Green Beret with US Army Special Forces. He is overjoyed to be back on stage.


Hester Wilkinson

Emma Borden

Hester is a passionate, conservatory-trained actor for film and stage based out of New York City and Portland, ME.  Recent works:  Film; Island Song, The Watcher, All My Sons (short) Halloween (short), TV; The Time Traveler’s Wife, Uncoupled, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Theatrical; Gods of Carnage, A View from a Bridge, Women of Hamlet (TTS Conservatory NYC). 

Thomas McCormick

Officer Medley

Thomas McCormick has been acting for over 20 years. With no formal training, Thomas has over 100 credits to his name to include stage productions, independent short films, feature-length films, and Webseries. His film work can be found on multiple platforms to include YouTube and Amazon prime video. 


Sarah Howard Parker

Alice Russell

Recent Theatre: Finding Amelia (Union Theatre, London) Brighton Beach Memoirs (Court Theatre, Tring, UK), Hairspray (Court Theatre, Tring, UK). Film: Salem's Lot, Boston Strangler, Same Time Next Week (Best Ensemble, Actors Awards Los Angeles). Television: The Gilded Age, Nine Things. Training: Ithaca College, National Theater Institute. Proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.

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Justin Lahue

Scenic Design / Technical Director

Justin Lahue is a designer, director, and interdisciplinary theatre/film artist based in Boston, Massachusetts. Previous collaborations include work with companies including: the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Players Ring Theatre, New Hampshire Theatre Project, Hub Theatre Company of Boston, Break A Leg Theater Works, Stagewright Films, and Portsmouth Public Media TV. Justin is a senior at Suffolk University, pursuing a BA in theatre with a focus in design and direction. For more information on his work, visit

Mitch Strack

Lighting / Chief Electrician

Mitch Strack is a lighting technician and master electrician based in Boston, Massachusetts. He has worked in lighting small, large, and outdoor theatre venues for his university. Originally from the Berkshires, he is currently a junior at Suffolk University pursuing a BA in theatre with a focus in technical production and lighting.