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Bud, Not Buddy

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Cast Members
Antony Terrell
Antony Terrell
(Jerry and others)

Antony recently performed in Metro Theater Company’s Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates and Games Dad Didn’t Play. He also appeared in The T.D. McNeal Story: From Serivitude to Civil Rights (A Call To Conscience). Antony has spent the past few years touring across the country with multiple Theatres for Young Audiences. New to the St. Louis area, he is already falling in love and cannot wait for all the adventures in store.

Myke Andrews
Myke Andrews
(Bud)

Myke recently appeared as Lucas in Metro Theater Company’s touring show, Games Dad Didn’t Play. Other credits include the title role in Macbeth (Webster Conservatory) and Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird (Hope Summer Rep Theater). A native of New Orleans, Myke holds a BFA in Acting from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.

FeliceSkye Hutchinson
FeliceSkye Hutchinson
(Ms. Thomas and others)

FeliceSkye is making her MTC debut. Stage credits: The Day The Waters Came (The Black Rep), Who Did It? The Three Pigs (The Black Rep), Once In A Wifetime (A Spoonful O’ Honey Theater Company), Echoes of Troy (Actors Repertory Theatre). FeliceSkye is a St. Louis native and graduate of The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts (Washington, DC) with a certificate in Acting. She also won Best Actress at a recent St. Louis 48-Hour Film Festival and teaches performance, playwriting, team-building, and anti-bullying through The Black Rep and UrbArts.

Don McClendon
Don McClendon
(Herman E. Calloway and others)

Don is a veteran St. Louis actor, working in several areas of theater, film, television and radio, all in the St. Louis area. Don worked with several area companies, including First Run Theater, St. Louis Actors’ Studio, St. Louis Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, Upstream Theater, Unity Theater Ensemble, Insight Theatre, Gitana Productions, because why not? Theatre Company, Tesseract Theatre, The Black Rep, Clayton Community Theater and the #Every28Hour Play Festival in Saint Louis. Don can also be seen on the big screen locally, portraying a news broadcaster in Alvaro Aro’s short suspense film, Sophie, a stock car racer/mechanic in the upcoming Dog Days: The Heartland directed by Chad Carpenter, and the re-release of the Pirate Pictures/Archlight Comics feature film, Four Color Eulogy, as comic book artist Dave Peters. Don would like to thank Metro Theater for this great opportunity. May we strive to be great all of our days.

Reginald Pierre
Reginald Pierre
(Jimmy and others)

Reginald is a St. Louis native. He previously appeared at Metro Theater Company as Jackie Robinson in Jackie and Me. His more recent appearances include Snow White (ERA), 2017 LaBute New Theater Festival (St. Louis Actors’ Studio), Seven Guitars (The Black Rep), and Hamlet: See What I See (Rebel and Misfits Productions). As always, he thanks his family for their unwavering support.

Carl Overly Jr.
Carl Overly Jr.
(Lefty Lewis and others)

Carl has worked with Metro Theater Company several times, most recently as Corky Baker in And In This Corner…Cassius Clay. Recent credits: Of Mice and Men (SATE Ensemble Theatre), Oedipus Apparatus (West End Players), Trash Macbeth (ERA), The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler (St. Louis Shakespeare), The World Begun (Shakespeare Festival St. Louis). Carl holds a BA in Theatre from Eastern Kentucky University and shares St. Louis Theater Circle awards for Best Dramatic Ensemble (Arcadia, West End Players) and Best Comedic Ensemble (The 39 Steps, SATE Ensemble Theatre).

Nicholas Kryah
Nicholas Kryah
(Dirty Deed and others)

Nick was Metro Theater Company’s Resident Artist for thirty-seven years and is an actor, director, designer, playwright and jack-of-all-trades. Fifty years ago he left Ohio to start his theater career as a freshman in the newly created Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster College (now University.) Forty years ago he joined Metro Theater Circus (now Company). Since retiring in 2014, Nick has focused on exploring new ways to write plays for very young audiences. In 2015 Metro toured his play, Talkin’ Trash. In 2017 his play My Name is Loofa Tutu received a staged reading in Tempe as a Write Now! finalist. In 2016 he spent a semester teaching at the University of Texas-Austin with his wife, Carol North. When they’re not involved in creative or teaching projects, they explore the country in their tiny travel trailer.

Chris Ware
Chris Ware
(The Thug and others)

Chris is a multi-talented individual who is excited to be a part of the growing artist community in his hometown of St. Louis. The former Marine is an actor, poet, guitarist and vocalist. He seeks to use his talents to enrich the community that gave birth to him and serves as an example to others of the possibilities when dedicated to life and art. He was the 2014 St. Louis Poetry Slam Champion, his work is published in Crossing the Divide, an anthology of St. Louis poetry compiled by Dr. Michael Castro and has recently completed Metro Theater Company’s world premiere tour of Games Dad Didn’t Play by Jeremy Schaffer and served as Musical Director for Of Mice and Men (SATE Ensemble Theatre).

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