Theatre Banshee Company Members
Leslie Baldwin
Sister Virginia in Eclipsed, Co-Producer of A Man for All Seasons, Maire in Translations, Maddy in The Clearing, Ensemble in Voices of the North, Valerie in The Weir, Bessy/Moya in The Hunt for Red Willie and Mandy in Eclipsed (2006). She was co-Producer of Red Noses, What the Butler Saw, The Man from Clare, Dockers, Henry IV, part one, Power, Loyal Women, Of Mice and Men, The Year of the Hiker, Macbeth, The Hostage, Kings of the Kilburn High Road, War and The Field. She co-produced and was the co-creator of Mine Eyes Hath Seen.

Leslie received her Master of Fine Arts from the California Institute of the Arts. She last appeared on stage as Mandy in Theatre Banshee's production of Eclipsed. She also played Valerie in The Weir, Sister Virginia in Banshee's 1995 production of Eclipsed, Maire in Translations and Maddy in The Clearing. She co-produced Banshee's A Man for All Seasons, Red Noses, What the Butler Saw and The Man from Clare.

Previously, she co-wrote and performed in Kate Shelley and the Midnight Express, a one-woman show which toured schools in Los Angeles County. Among her favorite non-Banshee were: The Winter's Tale, Pericles, and Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Her most challenging and rewarding role to date however, has been as mother to her thirteen year old son, Aidan.

Sean Branney
Co-producer and Director of Eclipsed, A Man for All Seasons, Translations, The Clearing, Voices of the North, The Weir, Red Noses, What the Butler Saw, The Man from Clare, The Hunt for Red Willie, Mine Eyes Hath Seen (editor and co-creator), Eclipsed (2006), Dockers, Henry IV, part one, Loyal Women, The Year of the Hiker, Macbeth, The Kings of the Kilburn High Road, War and The Field. Sean played Lennie in Of Mice and Men and was Co-producer for Power and The Hostage.

Sean founded Theatre Banshee with Leslie Baldwin in 1995. Disillusioned after being involved with uninspired small theatre projects, they embarked on a mission to create theatre that was consistently entertaining, challenging and engaging. Sean directed most of Theatre Banshee's productions. He won a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for his performance in Of Mice and Men.

Sean writes, directs and produces for stage, film, television, games and internet projects. With collaborator Andrew Leman, he created the musical A Shoggoth on the Roof, A Very Scary Solstice, An Even Scarier Solstice, and an award-winning film adaptation of HP Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu. He recently directed his first feature film, The Whisperer in Darkness. As a performer, Sean has acted in many plays and still records voice overs from time to time. He received his MFA from CalArts where he met his wife, Leslie Baldwin (above). He was a founder of and presently runs and the HP Lovecraft Historical Society. He is also a close personal friend of the famed poet, Maurice and is Aidan's dad. He's fond of chinchillas and playing ice hockey. (e-mail sean@theatrebanshee.org).


Kacey Camp
Witch 2 in Macbeth, Miss Gilchrist in The Hostage and Bridget in War

Has long admired the fantastic work and camaraderie of Theatre Banshee.  She has worked with several Banshee members in various projects outside of the company and is very happy to finally be a part of this stellar ensemble!

Recent Credits: Boy Gets Girl, All In the Timing at the Attic Theatre Company, Christmas O’Carol and The Beauty Queen of Leenane at the Celtic Arts Center, Something Wicked This Way Comes, Pandemonium Theatre Company, Ten Little Indians at Santa Clarita Repertory and Twelfth Night with the Pasadena Shakespeare Company.  Regionally, she has appeared with the Alliance Theatre Company, Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Charlotte Repertory, Virginia Shakespeare Festival and Blowing Rock Stage Company.  TV and Film Credits include: “Murder 101: New Age,” “Six Feet Under,” “Without A Trace,” and “Haunted Hotels.”


Andra Carlson
Stage Manager of Red Noses, Juliet in Eclipsed (2006), Louise in Power, makeup artist for Henry IV, part one and The Year of the Hiker, Gentlewoman in Macbeth and Collette in The Hostage

Andra is happy to be on stage for her first Theatre Banshee production in Banshee's recent production of Eclipsed. Some of her favorite roles include Maggie in The Shadow Box, Madge in Picnic, Gain in The Man Who Couldn’t Dance, and Osric in Fortinbras. Andra recently completed filming of a new horror film in Montana. She would like to thank Theatre Banshee for such a great opportunity to work with such an outstanding group of actors and thanks her family and friends for all of their love and support.
Mark Colson
Slim in Of Mice and Men, Ross in Macbeth, Officer in The Hostage and Mick in The Field

Theatre credits include, Jesus in The Love Council at the Odyssey, Davidson in In Walked Monk at the Hudson Theatre, he played Slim in Of Mice and Men and Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Knightsbridge. Mark has worked at the Denver Center Company, and the Rep. Theatre of St. Louis. Mark originated the role of Oscar in the World Premiere of A Picture of Oscar Wilde, a one person play at the Boarshead Theatre. Recent film roles include Flags of our Fathers, Marked and Passed the Door of Darkness, which Mark co-wrote and will be released this spring. On TV, Mark has most recently been seen on “Heroes” and “CSI:NY”. Other credits include recurring roles on “Invasion”, “Angel”, and “Days of Our Lives”. Mark thanks his wife and partner Janet for always believing, he thanks Townes Van Zandt, as well as the support given by Adele, Forrest and Fiona
Dan Conroy
Packey in The Man from Clare and Gadshill/Vernon in Henry IV, part one, Terry in Loyal Women, Rio Rita in The Hostage, Jap in The Kings of the Kilburn High Road and Leo in War

Dan first appeared on the Banshee stage as Packey in The Man from Clare and was honored to be invited to solo in the “Banshee Dedication Benefit” and An Even Scarier Solstice CD project. Dan studied at A.C.T in San Francisco, moved to New York and worked with Tommy Tune in Grand Hotel the Musical. Dan is a founding member of Bantam Street (Films) and appears in the cult hit The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, Trail of the Screaming Forehead and the upcoming Dark and Stormy Night. He’s also a proud member of Slugger O’Toole, the Banshee born Celtic Rock Band. He’d like to thank his wife Trish for her love and support and he dedicates his endeavors to the memory of his father Eddie Conroy. Visit DanConroy.com for more.


Mike Dalager
Bloody Captain/Doctor in Macbeth

Born in Hawaii, and raised on historic Ford Island, a mere bamboo fishing pole’s bait drop from the USS Arizona Memorial, Mike grew up hearing Reveille at dawn and Taps as the sun set on the Pacific. His father, a career Navy officer never had the opportunity to fully pursue his artistic dreams, so he passed the baton off to his only son, with full support from good old Mom. In 1997, a dream came true when Mike was cast in the Broadway National Tour of The King & I starring Hayley Mills. Many shows followed, including the Swedish Premiere of Miss Saigon (the Engineer), World Premiere of Jim Steinman’s Garbo – the Musical; the LA Premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s critically acclaimed Passion (Giorgio), and a stint with the Broadway National Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar. When not performing, Mike serves the Nation as a member of the US Coast Guard Reserve. Semper Paratus!


Brian Danner
Macduff in Macbeth, Fight Choreographer for Henry IV, part one, Loyal Women, Of Mice and Men, The Year of the Hiker, Macbeth and The Hostage, The Kings of the Kilburn High Road, The Field and War

Brian has a BFA in theatre from The University of Texas at Austin. Brian has choreographed the History Channel’s Last Stand of the 300, Bible Battles, and Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War. Brian also received the L.A. weekly award for Best Choreography in The Fair Maid of the West, Parts I and II with the Furious Theatre in Pasadena. Brian is the head of stage combat for the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood and is the proud owner of the stunt group Sword Fights, Inc.


Amanda Deibert
Jenny in Loyal Women, Mary in The Year of the Hiker and Theresa in The Hostage. She starred in Tent Meeting and Co-Produced it.

Amanda is very excited to join the immensely talented company at Theatre Banshee. She hails from the deep south where she received her BA in Dramatic Arts from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before coming to Banshee for Loyal Women, Amanda finished a run as “Mona/Lupe” in Eccentric at RipRap Theatre in North Hollywood. Other favorite productions include The Vagina Monologues at The Actor’s Gang and the lead role of “Cal” in Meghan Gambling’s The Kitchen Sink which Amanda originated in Hollywood at the Complex Theatre and also at The Actor’s Playhouse in NYC for the Fringe Festival. Amanda is currently filming as the lead character in a web series produced by Sundance winner, Anastasia King (American Blackout) and written/directed by NYIIFF winner, Mel Robertson. This year she can be seen in the feature films Walk Hard (Columbia Pictures) and The Dog Days of Summer (The Film Foundry). Amanda has also appeared on various television shows including several episodes of Nickelodeon’s Unfabulous and Nip/Tuck and is in the Student Academy Award winning short film Christmas Wishlist.


Lisa Dobbyn
Sister Virginia in Eclipsed (2006), Theresa in Dockers and Adele in Loyal Women

Lisa is delighted to be a part of Theatre Banshee. Previous favorite roles include Medea, Merteuil (Les Liasons Dangereuses), Varya (The Cherry Orchard), The Duchess (Duchess of Malfi) and Electra (The Flies). Lisa would like to thank her family and friends for all of their love and encouragement, especially Mom and Dad, whose support knows no boundaries or distance! And with all of my heart, thanks, C.
Matt Foyer
Norfolk in A Man for All Seasons , Pope Clement VI in Red Noses, Dr. Prentice in What the Butler Saw and Buck/Harry/Woody/Gobbet in The Hunt for Red Willie, Worcester in Henry IV, part one, Fouquet in Power, Gitna in The Kings of the Kilburn High Road and Bird in The Field

In addition to making faces on stage at Theatre Banshee, Matt has performed as Samuel in Unfinished American Highwayscapes 9 & 32, Ensemble in Mother Courage & Her Children at The Theatre @ Boston Court, Emil Hahn in Judgment at Nuremberg at International City Theater, Dromio of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors at Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Portland), Heinrich in Oscar at The Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.), Badger in The Streets of Los Angeles at The Geffen Playhouse, and others. Film and TV: appearances in Days of Our Lives, LA Forensics, Guilty or Innocent, a string of forgettable commercials, and the films Follow the Bitch, Opie Gone Mad, and the recent Branney/Leman co-creation, The Call of Cthulhu. Matt is a graduate of The California Institute of the Arts.


Zack Gold
Simey in The Year of the Hiker

Zack is a graduate from UC Santa Barbara’s BFA actor training program, is honored and to be a part of this production. He has been active in theatrical and film endeavors from the age of seven. Recent films include, How To Survive and American-Asian. He is excited for the film Journey of Echoes to begin production where he will act alongside actress Della Reese. Zack’s great hope is to honor the memory of his father, who recently passed on, through his performance as Simey in The Year of The Hiker. He dedicates the show to his mother, Suzanne and grandmother, Lois.


Dan Harper
Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons, Doalty in Translations, Pierce in The Clearing, Ensemble in Voices of the North, Jim in The Weir, Brodin in Red Noses, Padraic in The Man from Clare and Ensemble in Mine Eyes Hath Seen, John in Dockers, the Douglas in Henry IV, part one, Maurteen in The Kings of the Kilburn High Road and Dandy in The Field.

A Bay Area native, Dan graduated from CalArts in 1991 and has been active the Los Angeles theatre community ever since. As a producer, credits include Douglas Carter Beane's The Country Club at the late, lamented Mojo Ensemble, the Blank Theatre Company's Young Playwrights Festival, and Naughty, Naughty! and Lovely Dreadfulness with the legendary comedy group Someone Stole Our Name.

As an actor, Dan has performed with the Blank Theatre Company, Santa Clarita Repertory Theatre, Company of Angels and Someone Stole Our Name. Recent appearances include The Glorious Uncertainty at the Victory Theatre, The Evil Fighters with Burglars of Hamm at the Comedy Central Space and the National Comedy Theatre, and Christmas O’Carol at the Celtic Arts Center (of which he is also a co-creator and producer). He has been seen on the silver screen as Johansen in the worldwide cult sensation The Call of Cthulhu, on television on Judging Amy, and in commercials for pick-up trucks and psoriasis medication.

Dan is a professional calligrapher, a bad-ass behind a BBQ grill, a classic car enthusiast, and is proud to serve as the Educational Programs Associate for Center Theatre Group (Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum & Kirk Douglas Theatre). Up the Banshee!
Melissa Jones
Cathy in Eclipsed (2006) and Mary Anne in Dockers.

Melissa is thrilled to join Theatre Banshee.  Past Los Angeles theater appearances include Triple Crown at Sacred Fools, Busted Jesus Comix and After Loyal with Moving Arts, Contentious Minds at the Lillian Theater, Dancing At Lughnasa with the Knightsbridge, The Hemingway/Dos Passos Wars at the Hollywood Court, as well as several productions at the Powerhouse.  Melissa's television credits include Spin City, Primetime Glick, The Gilmore Girls, The Bad Girls Guide (pilot), and the Hallmark movies "Fielder's Choice" and "A Family of Strangers."  Film appearances include the indie comedy Bachelorman and Sci Fi Channel’s The Fallen Ones.  Melissa is a graduate of Northwestern University.  She sends out special thanks to The Colonel for all his love and support.
Daniel Kaemon
Malcolm in Macbeth and Noel in War

West Coast Theater credits include: Marc Antony in Julius Caesar, Cassio in Othello, and Christian in Cyrano de Bergerac at A Noise Within, Rossetti in Rossetti’s Circle at the Actor’s Repertory Theatre, Rev. David Lee in The Foreigner at the Santa Clarita Repertory Theatre, Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet and Hotspur in Henry IV at the Grove Theatre Center, Joe in Debt at the San Francisco Theatre. New York stage credits include: Antipholus in Comedy of Errors and Billy Whitlock in Minstrel Man Blues for the Powerhouse Theatre in New York. Chicago stage credits include Stanley in Broadway Bound for Theatre II and Ian in The Jesus Thing for Maipayne productions. Film credits include the upcoming independent films: My Religion, Head, Gun, Choice, and Zombie Holocaust and You! Other Film credits include: Katherine (Official Selection: Cannes Film Festival), Still Life, The Night Before, Dream, Hitclown, and Side Effects Include. Television credits include: Alias, Days of Our Lives, Passions, To Pay The Rent, and Pirate Waters. A Chicago native, Daniel studied acting at Carnegie Mellon, USC, and The British American Drama Academy.


McKerrin Kelly
Marie and Sabine in Red Noses and Mrs. Prentice in What the Butler Saw, Sally/Kitty in The Hunt for Red Willie, Heather in Loyal Women, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, and Maimie in The Field. Assistant Director of Dockers and Director of Power and The Hostage

McKerrin Kelly is proud to be a member of this fine company. She has appeared on the Banshee stage in What the Butler Saw, Red Noses, and The Hunt for Red Willy. She also served as assistant director to Mr. Branney on the production of Dockers.

Other Theatre: The Picture of Dorian Gray, Theatre at Boston Court (Ovation Nomination); Yellow/ Flesh/ Alabaster/ Rose (LA Weekly Nomination), Clytemnestra At Home, Famous Blue, Theatre of NOTE; Teibele and Her Demon (Backstage West Award), Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (San Diego Critics Circle Award), The Importance of Being Earnest, Hamlet, The Cherry Orchard.  TV: Criminal Minds, The New Adventures of Robin Hood.  FILM: Outta Sync, Call of Cthulhu.
Casey Kramer
Anne in Power, Maureen in Loyal Women, and Ropeen in The Hostage

Other Theatre: The Picture of Dorian Gray, Theatre at Boston Court (Ovation Nomination); Yellow/ Flesh/ Alabaster/ Rose (LA Weekly Nomination), Clytemnestra At Home, Famous Blue, Theatre of NOTE; Teibele and Her Demon (Backstage West Award), Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (San Diego Critics Circle Award), The Importance of Being Earnest, Hamlet, The Cherry Orchard.  TV: Criminal Minds, The New Adventures of Robin Hood.  FILM: Outta Sync, Call of Cthulhu.

Casey Kramer’s career has been marked by women in need of lawyers, guns and money. She has garnered awards across the country in Happy Birthday, Freddie!, Tower of Masks, 1789: The French Revolution, Romeo and Juliet, Just Like Home and A Moon for the Misbegotten. A lifetime member of The Actors Studio, Los Angeles audiences flocked to see her “Martha” in the Actors Studio production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? directed by Barbara Bain, and under special blessing from Edward Albee. The Celtic Arts Center hosted her performance of “Mag” in The Beauty Queen of Leenane, along with Banshee fellows John McKenna and Seth Compton. At The Theatre at Boston Court, she worked with a talented ensemble in the world premiere of Unfinished American Highwayscape #9 and 32 by Carlos Murillo, directed by Jessica Kubsansky, playing the unlikely mother to Banshee Matt Foyer. Film and television credits include General Hospital, Falcon Crest, McBride, The Runner Stumbles, The Lone Star Letters, Such Great Joy, and The Counter. Opening this year: The Substance of Things Hoped For with Vanessa Lengies and Ray Wise, Watercolors with Karen Black, and The Wrath with Bertie Higgins. She is currently filming On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres for director, Jason Mann. She has enjoyed wicked luck in other ancillary pursuits as writer, trompe l’oeil muralist and skydiver.


Andrew H. Leman
Sturman in The Clearing, Ensemble in Voices of the North, Finbar in The Weir, Father Flote in Red Noses and Daigan in The Man from Clare, Ensemble in Mine Eyes Hath Seen, King Henry in Henry IV, part one, George in Of Mice and Men, Macbeth in Macbeth and Denis in War

Andrew Leman has been doing theatre with Sean Branney since their high school days in Denver, Colorado. Andrew earned his MFA in acting from the University of Illinois, and spent several years as an actor in Chicago, where he worked with Steppenwolf, Victory Gardens, Shaw Chicago, and The Cypress Group. In Los Angeles Andrew has appeared at Theatre/Theater, Moving Arts, and of course with Theatre Banshee. Most recently Andrew collaborated with Sean Branney in producing a short film adaptation of a classic horror story by H. P. Lovecraft, “The Call of Cthulhu.” The film has screened at numerous festivals worldwide, and was named best American feature film at the Avignon Film Festival in 2006.

When not working on theatre and film, Andrew is a graphic designer. He spent many years as a prop designer for movies and televisions shows: his graphic work has been seen in such films as Galaxy Quest, Gods & Monsters, American Beauty, Scream 3, and What Lies Beneath, and on TV shows "Dharma & Greg" and "The West Wing." Now specializing in type design, Andrew creates best-selling digital fonts, and will be featured in the forthcoming book Indie Fonts 3.


Barry Lynch
Hugh in Translations, Solomon in The Clearing, Jack in The Weir, LeGrue in Red Noses, Morisheen in The Man from Clare, Ensemble in Mine Eyes Hath Seen, Buckets in Dockers, Falstaff in Henry IV, part one, Mark in Loyal Women, Candy in Of Mice and Men, Hiker Lacey in The Year of the Hiker, Duncan in Macbeth and Monsewer in The Hostage and The Bull McCabe in The Field

Barry is a founding member and Artistic Director of An Claidheamh Soluis -- The Celtic Arts Center. He is a five-time Drama-Logue Award winner and Garland Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theatre.

He was last seen countless years ago in Ray Bradbury's Pandemonium Theatre Company's production of Falling Upwards at Theatre West and The Falcon Theatre. Some of his favorite roles include Victor in Arthur Miller's The Price, Dylan Thomas in Sydney Michael's Dylan, Robert in David Mamet's A Life in the Theatre. He is delighted to be working with Theatre Banshee continuously, having performed in their productions of Translations, The Clearing, The Weir, The Man from Clare, Mine Eyes Hath Seen, Henry IV, Loyal Women, Of Mice and Men and The Year of the Hiker. Barry won an Ovation Award for his performance of Candy in Of Mice and Men.


John McKenna
Leg in Dockers, Glendower in Henry IV, part one and Pat in The Hostage, and Mick in The Field.

John was born in the Bronx to Irish immigrant parents  and for that he is forever proud and grateful.  He last appeared here at the Banshee in Martyn Lynch's Dockers.  Prior to that  he could be found at the Celtic Arts Center in their productions of Synge's Well of the Saints , Martin McDonagh's Beauty Queen of Leenane and CAC's revival of Dylan.  He is a graduate of Hunter College in NYC, the Joanne Barron DW Brown Academy of Dramatic Arts in LA and a member of the Sarah Fulton Group.  Thanks to the Branney's for their faith. Special thanks to Mark and Louise for the Welsh and to my girls , Hilary and Katie Reilly.


David Pavao
Moncriff and Boutros Two in Red Noses, Barney in Dockers, and Vernon/Gadshill (US) in Henry IV, part one, Philippe in Power and Seyton in Macbeth.

David is honored to be part of such a talented company of actors. In addition to his participation with Theatre Banshee, some of David’s most memorable roles have been in A Flea in Her Ear (Inland Theatre League Award), Harvey, The Marriage of Bette & Boo, Stray Dog Story, Bad Habits, Lysistrata, the world premiere of the comedy Pecker Patter, Joni & Gina’s Wedding (Director), Line and The Fourposter. David holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from California State University San Bernardino where he continues to be an active alumnus. In Los Angeles, he has studied with the Groundlings, Theatre West and Theatre Geo. He continues to perform his award winning stand-up comedy all over L.A. Visit www.davidpavao.com for upcoming gigs. David is represented by Privilege Talent (818) 386-2377.


Shawn Savage
Joe in The Year of the Hiker and Sgt. Leahy in The Field

Originally from the coast of Maine (that’s right, it’s a state), Shawn has been lucky enough to be seen in various commercials and films. He’s been nominated for a Marcom Masque Award (Best Actor) in 2003 and 2005 and (Best Supporting Actor) in 2002. Last year, he was in the 2007 Critic’s Pick, Dangerous Corner, at Theatre 40 and Letters to JFK both directed by genuine experience of Mr. Bruce Gray. This fall, he wrapped on the comedy Ricky: The Movie which should be releasing in Spring 2009...maybe...hopefully? Shawn dedicates his performance to his Ma who defines strength and courage and is a living, breathing Superhero. Thanks also to his sisters Karen, Kimmie and Cheri who represent his love, laughter and support and to his father, who played a vital role in bringing Joe to life. Lastly to Feet, you’re not too bad yourself.


Kati Trottier
Stage Manager for What the Butler Saw, The Man from Clare, The Hunt for Red Willie, Mine Eyes Hath Seen, Eclipsed (2006), Dockers, Henry IV, part one, Power, Loyal Women and Of Mice and Men.

Henry IV was Kati's 7th show with Theatre Banshee. She took off her clothes for What the Butler Saw, played football with the lads in The Man from Clare, chased the poitin makers in The Hunt for Red Willie , fought alongside the blue and grey in Mine Eyes Hath Seen, sorted laundry in Eclipsed, and loaded heaves with the Dockers.
BB (Before Banshee), Kati stage managed a production of Our Country's Good and production managed the short film "Like Magic." Much love to her dear Auntie Vind and to the bumblebee. Vive la Banshee!


Rebecca Wackler
Mother Victoria in Eclipsed 1995 and 2006, Susaneh in The Clearing, Rita in Loyal Women, Kate in The Year of the Hiker and Witch 1 in Macbeth

Rebecca has written and performed in plays and directed theatre for over 20 years. Her favorite directing engagements include The Reach of Song, the state drama of Georgia, and the Illuminati at the Pegasus Theatre in Chicago. As a published playwright, Ms Wackler co-authored Tent Meeting, Isle of Dogs, and Hamlet…the Musical. As an actress she has appeared in over 20 film and television productions including Primary Colors, The Long Walk Home, I’ll Fly Away, and Step by Step. Ms. Wackler has performed Off-Broadway at the Astor Place Theatre in New York, as well as Actors Alley and Theatre Banshee in Los Angeles, the Kennedy Center, Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Dublin Ireland Theatre Festival, and the Southern Theatre Conspiracy, which she co-founded in Atlanta.
Aidan Branney

OK, he's not technically a company member, but Aidan's been a key part of the Theatre Banshee experience. Cast and crew alike will remember Aidan as "the nun's secret" when Leslie was pregnant with him in Eclipsed (and playing a nun), his being a wee baby in A Man for All Seasons, taking his first steps on the stage during Translations, being everybody's pal in The Clearing, challenging the cast to games of darts in The Weir, hanging out with the plague victims in Red Noses, laughing at the maniacs in What the Butler Saw, learning to play poker with the cast of The Man from Clare, singing The Battle Cry Freedom with the Mine Eyes Hath Seen gang, making the phone ring in Eclipsed, quashing union organizers in Dockers, learning how to overthrow a monarchy in Henry IV, part one, learning to seize power in Power, keeping the neighborhood in line in Loyal Women and living off the fat of the land in Of Mice and Men. While Leslie and Sean are certainly not trying to steer him towards a life in the theatre, his creativity, knack for storytelling and love of being in the limelight all suggest he is the heir apparent of Theatre Banshee. He dearly loves his actor pals.

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