Logan Beard – Bio to be posted soon.

Molly Dies -Molly is a 2003 graduate of Point Park University where she received her B.S. in information Technology and minor in Dance. Molly, the daughter of Linda Dies, has been dancing since the age of 3. In her 31 years of dancing/performing, Molly has traveled the world! In 2011 she finished up a 3 -year contract on the beautiful island of Guam where she performed as a Dancer/Magic Assistant in DREAM and performed 1,620 shows. Before that, Molly could be found on the Las Vegas strip as “Rio Rita” and a Float Dancer in “Show In The Sky” at the Rio Hotel & Casino. She also performed with Jean Ann Ryan Productions aboard the Norwegian Crown. Molly performed in New York City at the 2002 Elan awards, honoring Ann Reinking, and in 2006 at a Project Dance presentation. Molly’s most favorite/memorable role was as “Kristine” in the Historic Struthers Library Theatre’s 2002 Summer Stock production of A Chorus Line and a Hat-Box Dancer in Guys And Dolls-”it opened my eyes to a whole new world and gave me the courage to get out there and Trust and Believe in myself AND my dreams!” Molly’s most recent take-on was that as Director for the reprise of the studio’s “Wonderful World Of Cats”. Molly teaches alongside her mom, childhood friends and former students at Linda Dies Dance Unlimited. She loves her role as Director of the Molly Dies’ Dance Express Company and all that she’s able to do with the Dance Studio. She is very passionate about what she does and this reflected in both the Dance Unlimited and Intensive Dancers.

Chuck Gray – is a graduate of Grove City College with dual degrees in Communications Arts and Literature with a teaching concentration. Chuck has completed graduate level studies in English Literature at Middlebury College’s Breadloaf School of English. While a junior and senior at Grove City, Chuck worked as an intern at Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival. Soon after graduating, Chuck became the Company and Facility Manager for Pittsburgh Public Theater. Chuck continued working for The Public as a creative dramatics instructor and curriculum developer while she served as Director of Exhibits at Pittsburgh Children’s Museum. In Pittsburgh,
Chuck had the honor of being co-designer of a Pittsburgh Opera Gala, a board member for the Pittsburgh Children’s Festival, and one of 16 designers chosen worldwide to participate in the Exploratorium’s Exhibit Staff Training Project. Moving to Chicago, Chuck became Marketing Communications Manager for Court Theatre as well as an editor and writer of numerous articles for Stagebill magazine. Life moved Chuck further west to San Jose Repertory Theater. Over the next eight years, Chuck served as Assistant Business Manager, Foundation and Grants Manager, Literary Manager and project manager for the New American Playwrights Festival at San Jose Rep. Chuck began writing musicals with Lisa Quoresimo while in California and both of their musicals (Between Dirt & Sky and Ciribiribin), have received productions in San Francisco and San Jose, California. Chuck later became Director of Fund Development at Teatro Visión de San José. Since returning to Warren, Chuck has found a home at Struthers Library Theatre as Artistic Director and loves working with students and parents at SLT Academy, the theatrical training arm of
Struthers Library Theatre.

Kevin Hunt – Kevin currently works as a music instructor at Beaty- Warren Middle School and Warren Are High School. In Kevin’s spare time, he is very involved in Warren Players. He serves on the Warren Players Board, has directed and assistant directed several shows and has appeared in multiple productions including: Sir Robing in “Spamalot”, Ghost of Christmas Present in “A Christmas Carol”, director of “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show” and “Titanic Trial and Tragedy: A Live Radio Show” to name a few. Kevin has also served as the assistant director/acting coach/jack-of-all-trades for the All-County Musical five times.

Danielle Nebinski – Bio to be posted soon.