Meet the Cast

Stacey Bone-Gleason (Cory) has performed Off-Broadway, regionally and internationally. Credits include Unbroken Circle (produced by Seth Rudetsky), Who’s There (Venus Theatre Festival), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth and The Tempest with The Tempest Ladies in NY and Istanbul, Ginger in The Baristas (South Carolina Repertory Company), Debi Mazar in Celebrity Ghost Stories (Biography channel), Florinda in Into the Woods (Twin Tiers Theater Festival), as well as TYA pieces for the Museum of Jewish Heritage, music videos, and concerts at 54 below. She is a teaching artist and director with numerous organizations, including Arc Stages. Training: NYU/Stella Adler Studio of Acting (BFA) and Educational Theatre at CCNY (MS).

Joe Candelora (Franks) has been a professional actor for more than forty years. He has appeared in over 175 stage productions, 40 TV shows and 20 films. New to New York after more than 25 years in Orlando Fl. he was most recently seen in the acclaimed Metropolitan Playhouse production of Leah: the Foresaken (Lorenz). Favorite roles would include Breaking Legs (Tino) starring Frank Gorshin, Other Desert Cities (Lymon) and Lewis Black’s One Slight Hitch (Doc ). On the small screen he has had re-occurring roles on ABC’s short lived series Safe Harbour (Starring  Gregory Harrison), Aaron Spelling’s even shorter lived Second Noah and countless shows on Nickelodeon as well as guest spots on Sheena, The Cape, Thunder In Paradise and HBO’s much honored Film Recount. Big screen appearances include Wild Things 2, In The Shadows, Matinee, and Ernest Saves Christmas.

Doug Goldring (Matthew) is happy to be back at Arc Stages after appearing in Gruesome Playground Injuries in 2016. A graduate of Northwestern University andThe School at Steppenwolf. Recent credits include Tape with The Frame Theatre Company, #ReganCross at The Beckett Theatre, and the feature film Corpse. He is also a writer, improviser, and a founding member of The Frame Theatre Company. Thanks to everyone at Arc Stages and his family and friends.

Jed Peterson (Adrian) is pleased to be making his Arc Stages debut!  He recently returned from the National Tour of CHEERS: Live On Stage.  He also recently played the dancer Rudolf Nureyev in the World Premier of NUREYEV’S EYES (American Stage and Delaware Theatre Co.) and will be reprising the role this Spring at the Blue Barn Theatre.  He trained at the Moscow Art Theatre School in Russia, Princeton University and the High School of Performing Arts in New York City.  Other credits include: Moscow Art Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Sundance Institute, East Lynne Theatre, Tent Theatre, Summer Theater of New Canaan, Prospect Theatre, Storm Theatre, Metropolitan Playhouse, Studio Six and The Cell where he is a Resident Artist.  TV: “Madam Secretary”, “Elementary”.

Kate Sutherlin Mcleod (Lisa) is an actor and writer. McLeod is returning to the stage after various film roles: Making a Scene with James Franco, Privilege, All-Star Weekend, and Last of Us Fan Film Series, for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at The Long Beach International Film FestivalLater this year, she will be shooting a Feature Film in Ohio. McLeod is also currently voicing the main character of an up and coming animated series, Necromandy. Previous theater credits include, Twelfth Night, The Gentleman Gangster, Dancing at Lughnasa and Uncommon Women and Others.