Regan Hicks

is thrilled to be apart of this production! She’s a Texas/Colorado girl who moved to NYC to study musical theatre at Molloy/CAP21. Since graduating, she has been working as an actor, singer, writer, and content creator. Previous credits include All Shook Up, Nunsense, and the staged reading of her original musical Liberty. She would like to thank her family, Jillian, and TheatreWorksUSA. As a dyslexic who was obsessed with these books as a kid, it means the world for her to tell this story! Social Media: @_regan_hicks_

Daniel Altamirano

is thrilled to be making his tour debut in TheaterWorksUSA’s The Lightning Thief! Favorite theatre credits include: Ten Brave Seconds (Staged Reading NYC), High Fidelity (Arizona Repertory Theatre), Mrs. Bennet’s: Christmas at Pemberly (Arizona Theatre Company), Next to Normal (SAPAC). Beyond grateful to: this amazing cast and crew for all the hard work put in to expose live theatre to the next generation, Wolf Talent Group, best friends (Savannah and Reana), and best for last my family! Te amo mucho!

Malcolm Holmes

In his national tour debut, Malcolm Holmes is ecstatic to be sharing the story of The Lightning Thief with you all!!! He is a recent graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology and a minor in Musical Theatre. He recently played the roles of “Mark Cohen” in Rent (VCUarts) and “Michael” in Tick Tick…Boom (Swift Creek MillTheater). Finally, he would like to thank his instructors, family, and friends for always supporting his dreams and aspirations. Follow his theatre journey and future projects @malcolmholmesofficial on Instagram and TikTok. Thanks for coming to the show!!!!

Ainsley Hylton

A recent graduate from Sam Houston State University, Ainsley is ecstatic to make his TheaterWorksUSA debut as well as take part in his first ever tour! Funnily enough this will be his second time playing Grover and he couldn’t be more excited to take on the role from one of his favorite childhood series again! He is thankful to everyone that has helped encourage him along in the world of theatre and hopes that audience members will be inspired to see the joy and passion theatre can bring!

Keith Weiss

Touring Debut! Theatre: Eelpout (The Wild Project; AllOutArts Award Winner — Outstanding Supporting Actor), Esperaré (Columbia MFA),Wicked Frozen (St. Luke’s Theater), The 24 Hour Plays, Secret Identity (TOSOS), SERIALS (The Fled), Tidwell, or the Plantation Play (Winner: Samuel French Festival ‘19), One Man, Two Guvnors (Westchester Sandbox Theater). Film: Tahara (Apple TV), Pledge (IFCMIDNIGHT/Hulu). Cast Recordings: EPIC: THETROY SAGA and EPIC: THE CYCLOPS SAGA on Spotify. Keith is a member of The Fled Collective. Thanks to Josiah, Megan, Jillian, & this incredible cast. Love to Mom, Dad, Staci, and Charles always. For Marena. “Normal IS a myth”

Ayana Jane

Ayana is a New York based performer. Her most recent credits are Seasons of Love soloist in Rent at Smithtown Performing Arts Center, Sally and others in The Lightning Thief The Musical at Smithtown Performing Arts Center. She’s excited to play the role of Annabeth. If you would like to see more of her content feel free to follow her @ayana.blossom on Instagram

Robert Cuccioli

Robert Cuccioli: Is currently performing with Judy Kaye in the off-Broadway play, Til Death at Theatre Row through December 23rd. Broadway credits include: Jekyll & Hyde (TONY nomination, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, FANY and Jeff Awards), Les Misérables, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.  Off-Broadway credits include And The World Goes ‘Round (OCC Award), Rothschild and Sons (Offie nomination – London), Jacques Brel, White Guy on the Bus, The White Devil, Caesar & Cleopatra and most recently A Touch of the Poet at The Irish Rep. Television: The Sinner, Elementary, White Collar, Sliders, Baywatch, The Guiding Light. Film: Celebrity, The Stranger, Impossible Monsters, The Rest of Us. www.robertcuccioli.com.

Joanna Parson

Joanna Parson (she/hers): WCP’s Script in Hand playreading Theatre People. NY credits include Broken Story (White Horse Theatre Co); A Man of No Importance and The Wild Party (B-Side Productions), numerous productions with off-Broadway’s Transport Group. National tour: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story.  Comedy cabarets include Not Helpful; and Reddy or Not, a tribute to Helen Reddy.  Recent TV: FBI: Most Wanted;  Law and Order: SVU; The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel; Red Oaks, and Teaching While Black. Recent film: Boston Strangler and Dumb Money; short films The Mom and the Mom and Kris the Cat. Audiobook narration: Into the Hurricane with a Cheap Umbrella by Eunice Barnes, available on Audible in December. @joannaparsonactor.

Beth Leavel

Tony winner Beth Leavel will next be seen starring as Miranda Priestley in the new Broadway musical, The Devil Wears Prada, music by Elton John. Most recently, Beth was nominated for a 2019 Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critic’s Circle award for her performance as DeeDee Allen in the critically acclaimed Broadway show The Prom. She received Tony, Drama Desk, NY Outer Critics Circle and L.A. Drama Critics Awards for her performance as the title character in The Drowsy Chaperone; as well as Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle nominations for her role as Florence Greenberg in Baby It’s You.
Other Broadway roles include Mrs. June Adams in Bandstand, Emily in Elf, Donna in Mamma Mia!, Frau Blucher in Young Frankenstein, Dorothy Brock in the revival of 42nd Street, Tess in the original company of Crazy For You, Mrs. Bixby in The Civil War,  Ellie in Hal Prince’s Showboat, and Anytime Annie (Broadway debut) in 42nd Street. Numerous TV, most recently The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC) and The Bite (Spectrum). Beth’s one-woman cabaret, It’s Not About Me has played across the country to rave reviews and sold-out venues.

Lee Wilkof

Lee Wilkof originated the roles of Seymour in Little Shop Of Horrors, and Sam Byck in Assassins. His most recent performance was as The Announcer in Champion at The Metropolitan Opera. He has been in around 125 films and television shows. Lee directed the film No Pay, Nudity, and has written the book and lyrics for a new musical entitled Brotherly Love. Lee is married to painter Connie Grappo, and is the father of Perrie Wilkof, master baker, and Master of Social Work student at The Ohio State University. He is celebrating 50 years in show business this year, and been nominated for a Tony Award, and three Drama Desk Awards. He is a recipient of an Obie Award, and a SAG Award.