Meet the Team

PATRICK J. REGAL

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

TAYLOR MALONE

MARKETING AND ADVANCEMENT COORDINATOR

NEAL GALLINI-BURDICK

RESIDENT ARTIST

Acting credits include Energie: A Rock Musical (Capital Fringe Festival), Hansel and GretelA Christmas Carol, I Have A Dream, and The Little Red Hen (Virginia Rep on Tour), God of Carnage, Macbeth, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Merrily We Roll Along. Writing credits: An American Landscape (Reading, Firehouse Theatre Company), Lincoln: An American Shakespearean Tragedy (Staged Reading, Studio 115), and Fatherhood (Staged Reading, Studio 115).

 

Education: University of Mary Washington '19, Theatre (Arts Administration and Musical Theatre).

Atlantic Theatre Company Summer Intensive '17

Patrick's work has been on stages in New York, California, Hawaii, and his home state of Virginia. Directing and performing credits include the work of Shakespeare, Williams, Albee, Sondheim, Ruhl, and Herzog. Development of new plays includes work with Guiltner Creative's NYC Insomniacs Festival, Hollins Playwrights Lab and California State University -Fresno, as well as his own adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, developed at Studio 115.

He is currently a 7th Grade English/Language Arts teacher at Mount Royal Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore City.

Education: University of Mary Washington. 

Production credits include: Twelve Angry Women (Director), A Christmas Carol (Costume Designer) and the first nonprofessional production of All the Fine Boys (Costume Designer). Other: The Rich Weirdos Shadowcast of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Janet) and Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike. (Production Assistant). Marketing Assistant, Studio 115. Campaign Assistant, UMW Theatre. In the summer of 2019, Taylor worked at the Theater of Monmouth, the Shakespeare Theater of Maine.

 

Education: University of Mary Washington ’20, Communication & Digital Studies and Theatre (Arts Administration).

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