Tasha Holmes (she/her)


Tasha Holmes, originally from Fredericksburg Va, is thrilled to be working with The Pulley and Buttonhole Theatre Company again. Previously seen in The Penelopiad, Blood, Who Said I Don't Want to Dance, and her very first SITS performance of  Macbeth. Recent acting credits include The Beast of Nubia, Joe Turner's Come and Gone, Day of Absence,The Bluest Eye (Mrs. Breedlove understudy), and other original productions throughout the city. She also can be seen in some shorts films and web-series. Tasha is grateful for every opportunity she has to step on stage to be a part of the magic of telling a story.

Lauren Salvo (she/her)


Off Broadway: Anne Frank in the Gaza Strip, Planet Connections Festival; Shapeshifter, Manhattan Rep; I Know What Boys Want, The Workshop Theater.  Regional: The Penelopiad, PBTC; This is Our Youth, Roux Theater Company; Exit, Pursued by a Bear, PBTC; Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play, PBTC; Clybourne Park, Steel River Playhouse; Graceless, 2015 DC Capitol Fringe; Adelaide’s Sex Dreams, 2010 Montreal Fringe; Salvation Road, 2009 Philly Fringe.  Lauren is also an acting and dialect coach.  MFA from The New School for Drama.  www.laurendsalvo.com 

Bridget Reilly Beauchamp (she/her)

Founding Artistic Director / Director

Bridget is the Founding Artistic Director of PBTC. Although she loves all of her productions equally, if pressed, she would rank The Penelopiad, Sense and Sensibility and Mr. Burns among her favorites. Bridget wishes to thank her family (as always), Eric, for sharing his play with us, and the Cutlers, without whom none of this would be possible.

Jessica Heller (she/her)

Stage Manager

Jessica is beyond thrilled to work with this fantastic group of individuals. Her credits include, Acting: The Penelopiad (Telemachus), Twelfth Night (Maria), Book of Days (Ginger Reed), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Candy Starr); Directing: Exit Pursued By a Bear, An American Daughter (Asst. Dir), Two Things We Don't Talk About at Dinner (Asst. Dir.); Stage Management: Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables.  Having started on the technical side of theatre, she is happy to step back into a Stage Management role again.  She would like to wholeheartedly thank the Beauchamp family for welcoming her into their life. 

Delene Beauchamp

Asst. Stage Manager

Josh Keiter (he/him)

Board Operator

Josh Keiter is delighted to help behind the scenes as two marvelous actors do the work. Josh will be directing Noises Off in May at Pulley & Buttonhole.

Adiah Hicks (she/her)

Sound Designer

Adiah Hicks is a Philly based theatre artist. She is also a former Arden Professional Apprentice. Her recent credits include: creator and performer in APA Class 25’s Showcase “5 by 5” and director of “Blood” and “Holy Maria” for Pulley and Buttonhole Theatre Company. Adiah is very excited to be working on this production of Macbeth and has had a blast working with everyone in the company. She is eternally grateful for the support of her friends and family. 

Ali Roy (she/her)

Lighting Designer / Resident Stage Manager

Ali is happy to return for her 4th season at Pulley & Buttonhole Theatre Company. She has been involved in theater for over 15 years mostly behind the scenes as stage manager, run crew, and light crew. Ali has worked locally with Storybook Musical Theatre; in Massachusetts she worked with Hampshire Shakespeare Co., Majestic Theater, Disturbed Theater, Comedy for the Ages and Amherst Cinema Arts Center. Thanks to the love of her life, Griff and this great cast and crew for all their hard work.

Susie Benitez

Costume Designer

Susie is pleased to be back at Pulley and Buttonhole. She previously designed Exit, Pursued by a Bear at PBTC. She is a Philadelphia native and has a B.F.A in costume design from Albright College. She has designed shows for the Walnut St. Theater as well as small local theater companies and high schools. Susie is a freelance costume technician and has worked on productions for Opera Philadelphia, Arden Theatre, PA Ballet, and many more.

Katie Brown

Set & Prop Designer

This is Katie's first production with Pulley & Buttonhole!

Josh Beauchamp (he/him)

Technical Director

Josh is a composer, guitarist and educator from Jenkintown, Josh has the rare fortune to be married to the lovely and talented Founding Artistic Director of PBTC, Bridget. Past PBTC credits include creating the original score for ALMOST MAINE and sound design for THE WEIR and ANTIGONE, music director for REALLY ROSE and HOW TO EAT LIKE A CHILD and composer, co-lyricist and music director for JENKINTOWN: THE MUSICAL. Other music director credits include THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN!, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, SEUSSICAL, THE MUSICAL, BYE, BYE BIRDIE and THE PAJAMA GAME.

Chris Springer (he/him)

President/Managing Director/House Manager

Chris is thrilled to work with this talented team on Mrs. Harrison.  He has worked in theatre off and on since high school and loves it!  Chris is Board President & Managing Director of Pulley & Buttonhole Theatre Company and has worked in various roles, on and off stage, on each production since 2014.

Zanna Yoshida (they/them)

Witch / Murderer / Attendant / Messenger

Zanna Yoshida is so excited to be joining the PBTC/Bright Invention Shakespeare in the Park series. They were previously seen with PBTC in The Penelopiad, Two Things You Don't Talk About at Dinner and Mr. Burns. They also composed and music directed The Penelopiad, and directed Who Said I Don't Want to Dance in the African One Acts this past May. Recent credits include Le Super Grand Conntinental (Philly Fringe), A Period of Animate Existence (Philly Fringe). They teach at the Robert J. Wilf Preschool in Wynnewood. Thanks to the cast and crew of this production, and all my love to my family.

Will Strupczewski

Sergeant / Old Man / Menteith / Young Siward

Kristina Denzel Bickford


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