Kaaterskill Actors Theater & Schoharie Creek Players present
Ida Joy (May) is an actress who lives in Catskill, N.Y.  She has participated in Scene Study workshops with Lora Lee Ecobelli through Blue Horse Repertory Theatre and with Carol Rusoff, both of whom she continues to study with.  In 2017, she was cast as a lead in Crimwood, a senior thesis film directed by SUNY Purchase student, Anthony Ceceri.  This year, she has been cast in Enough Is Enough, a short film directed by School of Visual Arts student, Conor Donnellan, and in Glitter,  a film by Stony Brook University student, Kathleen Harty.  She is currently working on a production of Shakespeare's Henry V  in Hillsdale, N.Y., through Third Wheel Collective.

Logan Rando (Raleigh) is an actor, writer and filmaker based in the Capital Region of upstate New York.  His diverse experience includes audiobook narration, commercial voice-over, film acting and live theatre.  For K.A.T., Logan played twins in Christmas in April with Thornton Wilder and Damis in Moliere's Tartuffe.  He is a regular on WGXC's Diamond Street Radio Players and made his directorial film debut this summer with Hollow Road, an independent horror film written by and starring himself.  For more information on current projects and completed film work, visit loganrando.com.

Arlene Hutton (Playwright) is a member of New Dramatists and a MacDowell Colony fellow. She is the author of the Nibrock Trilogy:  Last Train to Nibroc (2000 New York Drama League Best Play nomination), See Rock City and Gulf View Drive.  She has also written the Shaker drama, As It Is In Heaven, selected for Smith & Kraus “Best Women Playwrights” anthology.  Other plays include Studio Portrait, Kissed the Girls and Made Them Cry, The Price You Pay and A Closer Look.  A four-time Heideman Award finalist and a three-time Samuel French Short Play Festival winner, her New York credits include productions at the 78th Street Theatre Lab, The Barrow Group, Circle-in-the-Square Downtown, Alice's Fourth Floor, Ensemble Studio Theatre, HERE, and Vital Theatre.

Lora Lee Ecobelli (Director) is an actress, writer, director and teacher. She has performed both On and Off Broadway and is the winner of the Harold Clurman award for Best Actress for her performance in The Vise. Her many stage credits include: Christmas Carol, The Seagull, Antigone, Hamlet, The Cherry Orchard, Blithe Spirit and The Three Sisters.  For K.A.T., she performed the title role in Amelia, Jessie in On the Rocks and Mrs. Troutworthy and Belle in Scrooge & Son. She appeared recently in Good People at Performing Arts of Woodstock.  Film and television: Judy Berlin, Speechless, The Lady of Larkspur Lotion and Sesame Street's Elmoplooza. She is a member of Hudson Air Radio Theatre, Walking The Dog Theatre, Off Leash Improv Group and is the Artistic Director of The Blue Horse Repertory Company. She teaches acting for the Blue Horse Repertory Company's Acting School at the Theatre Institute at Sage College. 

Suzy Morris (Costumes) has designed and built costumes and props for Off- B'way and Off-Off B'way, special events for the Tribeca Film Festival, opening night party for Hotel Transylvania II and the Balkan Golden Festival in Brooklyn. She is also the costumer for the Rhinebeck Sinterklaas Festival, has done costumes for Tangent Theater in Tivoli, NY and designed K.A.T.’s production of Scrooge & Son, Christmas in April with Thornton Wilder and Tartuffe. She studied theater at Oklahoma City University, HB Studio, design at FIT, and was a member of Circle Rep Lab in NYC.  Recently, she costumed Skin of our Teeth for the Voice Theatre in Woodstock.

Jim Milton (Producer, Sound Design) has directed more than fifty professional productions for such theatres as the N.Y. Shakespeare Festival under Joe Papp, Cincinnati Playhouse, La MaMa, American Conservatory Theatre, The Production Company, The Magic Theatre and NPR.  Productions include True West, A Life in the Theatre, In the Boom Boom Room, Ghosts, Savage In Limbo, The Miracle Worker and Dexter Creed (by and starring Michael Moriarty).  For the Vineyard Theatre, he wrote the book and lyrics for The Don Juan And The Non-Don Juan and Songs On A Shipwrecked Sofa, and the libretto for Her Lightness for Sarasota Opera.  He was Artistic Director of Verse Theatre Manhattan for ten years, during which he directed 1953, Kings, War Music, Venus Observed, Dear Judas and The Germans in Paris, among others.  He is the Artistic Director of K.A.T.and has directed Amelia – A Play of the Civil War, the world premiere of David Yezzi’s On the Rocks, Christmas in July (and April) with Thornton Wilder , Scrooge & Son (which he also wrote) and Moliere's Tartuffe.