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Bill DePari

Bill served as Production Manager, Lighting Designer, Technical Makeup artist and creator of Smaug, the Dragon for "The Hobbit" He also served as Production Manager, Technical Manager and Lighting Designer for "An Impeccable Larceny" Bill has technical and stage experience with several Providence area theater companies, including the Cumberland Company for the Performing Arts, Alias Stage Company, Perishable Theater and MWrep. His technical work experience includes providing sound, lights or special effects for "Zorro", "Dracula", "True West", "Escape From Happiness", "Hamlet", "My Man Godfrey", and the children's productions "Snow White and the Dozen Dwarfs" and "Hansel and Gretel." Bill is currently the Production Manager for the upcoming Pickwick Players' production, "The Hobbit." .

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Jeff St. Jean

Jeff's theater experience includes several performances at Holy Name Community Theater and Assumption College. These include Harry the Horse in "Guys and Dolls," Drake the Butler in "Annie," Frank Lippencott in "Wonderful Town,"and Sonny Latierri in "Grease." After an 8 year absence from the stage, Jeff played "Prince John" in "The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood" and "Andrew Rally" in "I Hate Hamlet.   Jeff has also just recently joined the Board of Directors. 

Carol Saulen

Carol played "The Maid" in "An Impeccable Larceny"  This is her first role since she played "The Witch" in "Hansel and Gretel" in the third grade. Carol works as a Senior Tax Reporting Specialist with PFPC Global Fund Services in Westboro

Cheryl Laliberte

The role of Dolores Van Damm in "You can't get There from Here" marks Cheryl's inaugural performance with the Pickwick Players. She had served as stage manager for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Break a Leg Productions in Pomfret, CT. Her previous acting credits include Whitney in "A Piece of My Heart" and Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet," both at the Bradley Playhouse in Putnam, CT. Cheryl works as an administrative assistant in Human Resouces at Crabtree and Evelyn.

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Jennifer Avedian
Jennifer was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, and grew up in Milford, Massachusetts. She attended Milford High School,where she was an active participant in theater, chorus, chamber choir, band, orchestra and dance. In 1995, she graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English from Providence College. She graduated summa cum laude from Simmons College with an M.A.T. in 1996. She is an English teacher at Douglas High School, where she directs the annual Spring production.
Jennifer played the evil Queen Brangomar in "Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs", and Jessica Good, a woman who never smiles, in "Dead Men Don't Need Dress Rehearsals" Jennifer served on the Pickwick Players Board of Directors 1998-1999
Peter Coppola
Peter was the Assistant Stage Manager for "The Wizard of Oz" and was the Assistant Director for the production of "Dead Men Don't Need Dress Rehearsals"  He directed the spring 2000 production of "You Can't Get There from Here". He has spent most of his professional life in publishing as a writer and editor. Peter was a member of the Pickwick Players Board of Directors from 1998-2000.
Sarah Cote

Sarah played Donna in "The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood".

Gail Epstein

Gail was stage manager for "The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood" and behnind the scenes in many capacities  for "I Hate Hamlet".

Jeff Deery

Jeff played the Sheriff of Nottingham in "The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood" .

Nina Darling

Nina played a Fawning Lady in "The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood".

Christi Hennessey

Christi has used her extraordinary artistic talent for set design and painting in several Pickwick Productions, including "The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood"  and "I Hate Hamlet".

Dawn Bennett

Dawn played the role of "Gollum" in "The Hobbit" Her portrayal of of Ann in the Pickwick Players' production of "You Can't Get There from Here" marked her return to the stage after a 10 year absence. A resident of Charlton, Dawn played Reno Sweeney in the Groton Community Theater's production of "Anything Goes." Dawn works as a medicinal chemist for Abbott Biotechnology Center.

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