*Appearing with permission from Actors' Equity Association
Monique Fowler* (Brazilian Home/Elizabeth Bishop; Mrs. Warren's Profession/Mrs. Warren; Agnes of God/Dr. Livingston) Monique has performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway and in leading regional theaters across the U.S. In 2006 she was named an Associate Artist of the Old Globe Theater in San Diego by Jack O’Brien, Artistic Director. There she played roles as diverse as Miranda in The Tempest (her first role,) with Ellis Rabb as Prospero, Brian Bedford's queen in Richard II, and Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? She garnered an L.A. Dramalogue Award for Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing at La Jolla Playhouse and an L.A. Garland Award Honorable Mention for her portrayal of the writer, Virginia Woolf. TV and Film credits include: Woody Allen's Celebrity, The Skin of Our Teeth on PBS, and episodes of Law & Order.
Robert Burke* (Mrs. Warren's Profession/Reverend Gardner) Mr. Burke has appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in films, onTV and at countless regional theaters. Among his favorites are: The San Diego Shakespeare Festival (Troilus in Troilus & Cressdia, Orlando in As You Like It), The Hartford Stage Company (Orsino in Twelfth Night, The Captain in Androcles and the Lion), The Theater Company of Boston with Al Pacino in Richard III, The Ahmanson Theater in LA with Deborah Kerr & Charlton Heston in Long Day's Journey into Night. Mr. Burke has also been Jamie in Long Day's Journey into Night, Billy Bishop in Billy Bishop Goes to War, Iago in Othello and Hamlet in Hamlet.
On Broadway: Macbeth with Glenda Jackson and Christopher Plummer, Abe Lincoln in Illinois with Sam Waterson. He is the proud father of Maude and John Elliott.
Sally Mills (Agnes of God/Mother Superior; Brazilian Home/Understudy-Elizabeth Bishop; Mrs. Warren's Profession/Understudy-Mrs. Warren) Grew up in Blue Hill and is an alumna of George Stevens Academy. After college, she lived in England for 15 years and worked there as solicitor. She returned to Maine to raise her family and practice law at Hale & Hamlin, Maine’s oldest law firm. Past roles include Clara in Hay Fever and Ginny in Bird of Passage with the Bagaduce Theatre; Annette in God of Carnage with the New Surry Theatre and Petra in A Little Night Music, Lenny in Crimes of the Heart and Nellie in South Pacific with Cold Comfort Theater.
Ella Smith (Mrs. Warren's Profession/Vivie) Ella is thrilled to return to be retrurning the Bagaduce Theatre. Recent theater credits include Ela in Charley’s Aunt (Winnipesauke Playhouse), Chicklet in Psycho Beach Party (Valley Shakespeare Festival), and Silvia in Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakesperience Productions). TV: Ryan Murphy’s Pose, Episode 5. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Stella Adler Studio and was selected to attend the Shakespeare program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Ella resides in NYC and, in addition to acting, teaches acting classes at Rikers Island Correctional Facility.