Lisa Louise Langford* is a graduate of Harvard University an actress and playwright. In addition to television and film, Lisa has acted Off-Broadway (Playwrights Horizons), regionally (La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Actors Theatre of Louisville) and locally (Cleveland Play House, Dobama Theatre and Mamai). Her play THE ART OF LONGING premiered at Cleveland Public Theatre in the fall of 2017. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Miranda LeeAnn + is thrilled to be returning to the Dobama stage, having appeared here as Becky in SLOWGIRL and Eliza in SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS. She began her professional career in 2014, performing opera in the roles of Grasshopper and Frantik in THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN with the Cleveland Orchestra, in which she returned this September for the revival. Other local credits include Tracy in SANS MERCI, Laura Larkin in THE BLOODLESS JUNGLE, Sampson in ROMEO & JULIET, and Emma in THIS FALLING FEELING. Ms. LeeAnn Scholl has studied with Catherine Fitzmaurice, Joey Bates, and Ilse Pfeifer, among other instructors in NYC. She graduated this past May from Baldwin Wallace University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Theatre Arts.
+ Denotes Equity Membership Candidate
Rachel Lee Kolis is thrilled to be returning to the Dobama Stage for its 2018/19 Season. Previous productions include: MARIE ANTOINETTE, KIN and 4000 MILES. She is a proud graduate of the Cleveland School of the Arts and trained at the Drama Centre London. She has appeared in productions with Mamai Theatre Company (A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE), Cleveland Public Theatre (DONTRELL WHO KISSED THE SEA), Theatre Ninjas ( [sic] ), Ensemble Theatre (COCOPELLI), Cleveland Shakespeare Festival (A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM: ABRIDGED) and Great Lakes Theatre Festival (RICHARD III). She is a company member at convergence-continuum where she has appeared in SELF DEFENSE: OR DEATH OF SOME SALESMEN, FOOL FOR LOVE and TERMINUS.
Abraham McNeil Adams+ Abraham McNeil Adams is honored to be returning to the Dobama stage. He was last seen in APPROPRIATE (Franz), AN OCTOROON as Playwright/ Wanotee/ LaFouche, and in MARIE ANTOINETTE as A Sheep. He has earned degrees from the University of Utah and Ohio University. For more information about Abraham please visit: abrahammadams.com. For his Family, always.