Meet the Cast

  • Brandt Garber

    Brandt Garber

    Brandt Garber (Ion) is thrilled to be performing with the Westminster Classical Theatre Festival. Previous roles include: The Two Noble Kinsmen (Arcite), University of Utah’s Self Defense (Bucket) and The Grand’s Picnic (Alan). He would like to thank his friends and family for their tremendous support.

  • Tamari Dunbar

    Tamari Dunbar

    Tamari Dunbar (Creusa) is a USU Theater alumna who has performed on the East Coast: 12 Miles West, The Growing Stage, Dreamcatcher Rep, and The Bickford Theater. Southern Utah: Tuacahn, and SGMT. Northern Utah: Riot Act, Pioneer Theatre, Pinnacle Acting Company, Sting & Honey, Lyric Repertory, and The Grand Theatre. Favorite Roles include Dancing at Lughnasa (Agnes), The Proposal (Natasha), Poor Bastard (Libby,) and Picnic (Flo). She’s an instructor at Utah Children’s Theatre, and also an audition coach, and voice teacher at Sounds Great Studio. She is signed with TMG. She resides in Holladay with her husband, Roger, and their three children.

  • Aaron Adams

    Aaron Adams

    Aaron Adams (Xuthus) holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Utah and lives in Salt Lake City. He has appeared on stage at The Grand Theatre, Plan B Theatre Company, Shakespeare & Company, Westminster Players, and Black Dog Productions. His favorite roles include: Dancing at Lughnasa (Michael), Picnic (Howard), and the title role of William Shakespeare’s Richard III. He was most recently seen playing Jean in Pinnacle Acting Company’s production of Miss Julie by August Strindberg.

  • Holly Fowers

    Holly Fowers

    Holly Fowers (Old Servant) most recent role was Karen in the staged reading of Synchronicity at Salt Lake Acting Company, the winner of the 2016 David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists Grant. Other roles include Titus Andronicus (Lucius) and Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Ephesus) with Pinnacle Acting Company; Antigone (Tiresias) with the Classical Greek Theatre Festival ; In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play (Sabrina Daldry )with Pygmalion Productions; Boom (Barbara) with Salt Lake Acting Company; and One Man, Two Guvnors with Pioneer Theatre Company. She is delighted to be working on Ion with Andra and such an amazing company and crew.

  • Stacey Jenson

    Stacey Jenson

    Stacey Jenson (Pythia/Chorus) performed with the Classical Greek Theatre Festival for three consecutive summers (1996-1998) before leaving Utah for 15 years, and is thrilled to be acting with the Festival again. Since landing in SLC last August, she has appeared in film: Brigsby Bear, Jewtah, and Suburban Bliss as well as a national commercial for the BBB. On stage, she's been seen in Pinnacle Acting Company’s Gidion's Knot (Heather), Wasatch Theatre Company’s Dinner (Paige), and in WTC's Page-to-Stage Festival. In addition to acting, last year Stacey served as the Dialect Coach for the U of U's ATP production of Eclipsed and as a Dialect Consultant for The National Theatre's (UK) production of Angels in America. Stacey holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Utah's Actor Training Program, an MFA in Acting from American Conservatory Theatre, and an MFA with Distinction in Voice Studies from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (London). Stacey is currently adjunct faculty in the U of U's ATP and SLCC's Theatre Program.

  • Tyler Palo

    Tyler Palo

    Tyler Palo (Hermes/Chorus) recently graduated from Westminster with his BFA in Theatre Performance and a Communication minor. After playing Theseus (Herakles) last year, he is excited to be back with the Greek Theatre Festival. Most recently, Tyler has performed in Pinnacle Acting Company’s The Importance of Being Earnest (Lane/Merriman), Westminster Theatre Society’s The Cripple of Inishmaan (Billy Claven) and Westminster College’s Blithe Spirit (Charles). Favorite regional credits include Cinderella (Prince Christopher), Seven Brides… (Gideon), and Children of Eden (Abel/Ham). After Ion, Tyler plans to attend the Guildford School of Acting at the University of Surrey to earn his MFA in Musical Theatre! Check out his website at Isiah 40:31

  • Merry Magee

    Merry Magee

    Merry Magee (Athena) is thrilled to be working with such an exuberant cast! Recent credits include: How Long Can You Stand On the Train Tracks-A Game For Two Sisters (Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory/Sackerson), Luna Gale (Westminster College), Burn (Sackerson), Amadeus (Utah Rep), Titus Andronicus (Pinnacle Acting Company), and Romeo and Juliet (Grassroots Shakespeare Company).

  • Syd Shoell

    Sydney Shoell

    Sydney Shoell (Chorus/Messenger) is thrilled to be joining The Classical Greek Theatre Festival for the first time. Some of her favorite past credits include Eleemosynary (Echo) with Pygmalion Theatre Company, Titus Andronicus (Young Lucius) with Pinnacle Acting Company, 1222 Randall Ave (Dillon) with the Two-fifteen Project, and Two Gentlemen of Verona (Speed) with Westminster Theatre. Sydney is a junior at Westminster College where she works as a scene shop foreman and is pursuing her BFA in theatre performance.

  • Alec Kalled

    Alec James Kalled

    Alec James Kalled (Chorus/Messenger) is a Senior at Westminster College pursuing his BFA in theatre performance. His most recent credits include The Whale (Elder Thomas), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Valentine), The Cripple of Inishmaan (BabbyBobby), Cabaret (Hans/Rudy), Waiting for Lefty (Clayton), Innovation (Ensemble), Gypsy (L.A./Phil), Last Night of Ballyhoo (Joe Farkas), Children of a Lesser God (Orin Dennis), Elephants Graveyard (Steam Shovel Operator), Sunny June (Will), Rock and a Hard Place (Ryan), and Behold, Zebulon (Mr. Bowen/Amos).

  • Katelyn Limber

    Katelyn Limber

    Katelyn Limber (Chorus) is a senior at Westminster College pursuing her BFA in Theatre Performance and thrilled to be a part of the Classical Greek Festival. Her favorite credits include Cripple of Inishmaan (Mammy), Blithe Spirit (Edith), Circle Mirror Transformation (Lauren), and Behold Zebulon (Doris). She was recently seen at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival in WAC's production of We Need to Talk (Bridget).