Marsha Mayhak

A 2015 graduate of Duquesne University, with bachelor's degrees in Theater Arts and English Literary Studies. As a student at Duquesne, Marsha was heavily involved with the Red Masquers, having served as the board's secretary, vice president, and president, respectively. Since graduating, Marsha has worked on stage and administratively with numerous theater groups in the area, including PICT Classic Theatre, Gemini Children's Theater, Pittsburgh Playwrights, Little Lake, Throughline, and Pittsburgh New Works Festival. Her adaptation of Pride & Prejudice was first produced by Steel City Shakespeare Center in 2016

Marsha Mayhak

A 2015 graduate of Duquesne University, with bachelor's degrees in Theater Arts and English Literary Studies. As a student at Duquesne, Marsha was heavily involved with the Red Masquers, having served as the board's secretary, vice president, and president, respectively. Since graduating, Marsha has worked on stage and administratively with numerous theater groups in the area, including PICT Classic Theatre, Gemini Children's Theater, Pittsburgh Playwrights, Little Lake, Throughline, and Pittsburgh New Works Festival. Her adaptation of Pride & Prejudice was first produced by Steel City Shakespeare Center in 2016.

Amy Dick

Holds a BM in vocal performance and a BA in English. She graduated in 2018 from Duquesne University with an MA in English where she was a graduate teaching fellow and research assistant. As an actor, Amy has worked in Pennsylvania and Ohio with companies such as Ohio Shakespeare Festival and Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks. She is currently the assistant director for The Strand Theatre’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest in West Virginia.

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