Danielle Altizio (Evelyn) is thrilled to be making her Ray of Light debut in such an exciting production. Danielle was last seen onstage in Bay Area Musicals’ Crazy for You (Polly Baker). Originally from Sonoma County, Danielle is a full-time student pursuing two degrees, Sociology and Theater, at UC Berkeley, where she also gives campus tours.
Timothy Beagley (Detective Kimball) Last seen onstage at Marin Theatre Company (Boolie) in Driving Miss Daisy with L. Peter Callendar and Ann Kendrick. Other roles include Private Lives (Elyot), The Rainmaker (File) as well as roles in Broadway Bound, The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later, Extremities, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, The Foreigner, Sleuth, The Mousetrap, Dinner with Friends, The Odd Couple, The Affections of May, Crossing Delancey, The Cocktail Hour and many more. Also a director, Timothy recently directed One Man Two Guvnors at Altarena Playhouse (7 TBA Award Nominations) as well as productions of Twelve Angry Men, Beau Jest, Beyond Therapy, All in The Timing/Mere Mortals, David’s Mother, Nuts!, Anton in Show Business, Rumors, Don’t Dress for Dinner and more.
Joshua Beld (Luis Caruthers) graduated from SFSU in 2010 with a Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance. Since moving to the Bay Area in 2006, he has been fortunate to work with many performance companies ranging from opera to burlesque and everything in between. His recent show credits include Cabaret (Emcee), Debbie Does Dallas The Musical (Mr. Hardwick/Mr. Bradley/Ashley/Nick/Johnny/Tim) and 6 male roles in Oasis’ production of Sex and the City, Live! which earned him a TBA nomination for Best Featured Performer in a Specialty Performance.
Melinda Campero (Vanden/Hardboy Trainer/Ensemble) was last seen in Ray of Light’s all-female cast of Jesus Christ Superstar (Simon), The Rocky Horror Show (Columbia) and Heathers: the Musical. She also performs regularly at SF Oasis; most recently appearing in Debbie Does Dallas the musical (Lisa), Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra Showgirls (Cristal Anderson) and Drunk Drag Broadway’s Wicked-ish (Elphaba). Other recent favorite productions include: Blood & Stuff the cabaret at PianoFight and The Skivvies at Feinstein’s at the Nikko. Upcoming shows: LHTP’s Green Day’s American Idiot the musical and ROLT’s The Rocky Horror Show! Love to Cory.
Julio Chavez (McDermott/Tom Cruise) is stoked to make his Ray of Light debut! Raised in Venezuela and Florida, Julio had his California debut last year with Custom Made’s In The Heights (Usnavi), Woodminster’s In The Heights (Sonny u/s), and Bay Area Musicals’ The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Wedding Singer. He was also in the U.K. debut of War at Home at the Edinburgh Fringe. Favorite Florida credits include Footloose, Peter Pan, and Man of La Mancha. Julio would like to thank the Bay Area theatre community for their warm welcome!
Clint Calimlim (Van Patten) is thrilled to make his Ray of Light Theatre debut! Past credits include: Broadway By the Bay’s A Chorus Line, CATS, In the Heights (Graffiti Pete), West Side Story, Miss Saigon and AIDA (Dance Captain). When Clint is not performing on stage, he is at Ruth Asawa School of Arts (SOTA/SFUSD) playing the role of a full-time High School Counselor. He thanks his family, friends and Honey B (Brendon) for their continued love and support. “Enjoy this killer show!”
Kyle Ewalt (Paul Owen) is thrilled to join his first production with ROLT. Musical theater composer for Bromance at The Other Palace in London, Pumped (TRU Voices finalist), The Making of Madeline Moore (NYFA showcase), The Lucky Ones (Broadway Across America Commission), Separate: Battle Songs of Youth (ANTFEST) and Red Waters (in development in SF) – www.ewaltandwalker.com. Lyricist 4 years running for Broadway Bares in NYC. Recording artist for the dance/pop duo Kyven – www.kyvenmusic.com.
Kipp Glass (Patrick Bateman) is thrilled for his first show with Ray of Light Theatre! He was most recently on stage In Ghost the Musical (Sam Wheat) and also featured in the Netflix movie Always Be My Maybe 2019. Kipp is currently on the cover of the novel Perfectly Paired by Lexi Blake. Other screen Credits include Milk and HBO’s Looking. He plays guitar, bass, and piano. Kipp is also a full-time personal trainer and Real Estate agent in San Francisco, Kippfit.com.
Jill Jacobs (Sabrina/Ensemble) is so happy to be returning to the Victoria theatre with ROLT. This will be Jill’s second production with ROLT after previously appearing in the all female cast of Jesus Christ Superstar. Jill graduated from CSUF with a BFA in musical theatre and has been acting in New York and California ever since. Jill’s passion for theatre extends beyond the stage and into her classroom as a drama, english, and dance teacher at a high school in the east bay. Jill wants to thank her students, friends, sister, and parents (especially for taking care of her cat Boo). Let’s do this!
Anna L. Joham (Mrs. Bateman/Svetlana), a Portland OR native is thrilled to make her debut in Ray of Light’s American Psycho. Anna has been performing on the stage for 30+ year in variety of genres including opera, cabaret, Shakespeare and music theatre. Past roles have been Twelfth Night (Curio) at Ross Valley Players, Three Musketeers (Queen Anne) at Marin Shakes Company, Kiss Me Kate (Lili/Kate) at Pentacle Theatre, Crazy for You(Polly) at Western Stage, Magic Flute (First Lady) at Cinnabar and Le Nozze di Figaro (La Contessa) at Longy. She is thrilled for this production and hopes everyone is dying to see it.
Desiree Juanes (Victoria/Ensemble) is elated to be back on the stage after taking a year off from performing and making her debut with Ray of Light Theatre! Most recent roles include Love the Struggle (Marjorie) at PianoFight SF and Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown) at Altarena Playhouse. She moved to San Francisco four years ago to obtain her Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre with an emphasis in Performance. She is forever grateful for her friends, family, and partner Chris for the continuous support and encouragement. You can see her perform in Left-Hand Theatre Company’s American Idiot this summer!
Madeline Lambie (Christine/Ensemble) is thrilled to appear in American Psycho. This is Lambie’s second appearance as a prostitute on the Ray of Light stage. Previous ROLT credits include the TBA and BATCC award-winning all-female cast of Jesus Christ Superstar (Apostle) and Reefer Madness (Ensemble). She was most recently seen in Berkeley Playhouse’s West Side Story (Minnie/Estrella). Madeline is a proud new member of the ROLT Marketing Team, helping further the nonprofit’s mission to bring “blood, sweat and musicals” to San Francisco stages. She would like to thank her bosses Libby and Franklin for the bear and for always supporting her musical dreams.
Kirstin Louie (Courtney) is thrilled to be returning to the Bay Area stage at Ray of Light! An Oakland native, she grew up performing in Woodminster Summer Musicals before attending the University of Southern California, where she studied Jazz Vocal Studies. Kirstin was last seen on stage in Spring Awakening (Wendla) and is excited to be diving into the musical retelling of this iconic modern classic. This one goes to Krista, Bobby, Barry, and Luke for their endless support and motivation!
Zoey Lytle (Jean) is thrilled to be making her ROLT debut! She is currently pursuing a BFA in dance at San Jose State University and teaches at Dance Academy USA. Favorite past roles include Mamma Mia (Sophie) at Stage 1 Theatre, Footloose (Rusty) at West Valley Light Opera and West Side Story (Velma) at City Lights Theatre Company. In her free time, Zoey loves to write music, dabble in film acting, and pet every dog she comes across. Many thanks to Mumma and Papa for your constant love and support. Enjoy the show!
Spenser Morris (Sean) is in his first performance with Ray of Light Theatre. Recently directing Mamma Mia, Arsenic and Old Lace, Mary Poppins, The Laramie Project and many others, he currently serves as the Director of Dramatic Arts for a high school in San Francisco. He is thrilled to work with his students while participating as a State Board Member on the California Educational Theatre Association. With a BA in Theatre from The Ohio State University, he is now completing his Masters in Production and Design from Southern Oregon University. He is truly grateful for the support from his friends and family.
Matt Skinner (Tim Price) couldn’t be more thrilled to be making his Ray of Light debut! Matt was most recently seen in the 42nd Street Moon’s Fiorello! and has recently been seen in several East Bay productions. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Phoebus) at TVRT, in Once Upon a Mattress (Sir Harry) at DMT, The Little Mermaid (Scuttle) at TVRT and 1776 (Thomas Jefferson) at TVRT. Matt was born and raised in the Bay Area and is a graduate of UC Davis. In his spare time, he enjoys consuming film and television, writing music and practicing meditation. @mattskinner95