Harley Winzenried (#11) is a theatremaker who has been described in the press as displaying “skill beyond her years.” She is an actor, dramaturg, teacher, and produced playwright with a dedication to implementing the performing arts as an agent of unification, and she is ecstatic to collaborate to bring this woman-made and woman-lead narrative to life. NYC Credits: OKAY. (Alex) at Manhattan Repertory Theatre. Select Regional Credits: GIRLS LIKE THAT (Scarlett) at Paper Lantern Theatre Company, ILLYRIA (Viola) at Literacy Theatre, WOLF CHILD: THE…JOSEPH (Julia) at the North Carolina Theatre For Young People.

Winzenried is a proud alum of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Theater Institute (Fall 2017), and graduated from UNCG with a BA in Drama and Minor in Musical Theatre in 2018.

For more information, visit: www.harleywinzenried.com

Emily O’Regan (#25) began her theater training at the age of 8 in her hometown, Beaufort, SC. She is currently a junior theater performance major at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, where she has also been a part of many theater and dance productions. Her most notable university credits include: SHE KILLS MONSTERS (Tilly) and EDWARD ALBEE’S AT HOME AT THE ZOO (Jerry). She was also a part of the South Carolina’s Ragtag Travelling Troupe, where she stepped in as the role of Rapunzel in RAGTAG THEATRE’S RAPUNZEL. Emily is beyond excited to be a part of her first production at Actors Theater Charlotte, and she would like to thank her director and Winthrop professor, Sarah Provencal, for believing in her abilities and providing her with this opportunity. She would also like to thank her friends and family for all their love and support.

Maggie Goldin (#13) makes her Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte debut while in her senior year at Winthrop University. University credits include HAIR: THE MUSICAL, LITTLE WOMEN: THE OPERA, CHEKHOV’S THE BEAR, TRIPP’S CINCH, and THREE WOMEN AND AN ONION. She spent a semester studying at the National Theatre Institute in Connecticut under Rachel Jett and Scott Murphy. Love to Papi, Mama, Harry, and everyone else’s love and support.

Maevis Pair’s (#46) most recent work has been in Children’s Theatre of Charlotte’s ANYTHING GOES (Reno), BATBOY (Shelly), and Northwest School of the Arts’ FREAKY FRIDAY (Chorus). Maevis is currently attending Northwest School of the Arts as a sophomore and is a part of the Acting Conservatory at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte. She is excited to join ATC for her first straight play! Go Wolves!

Hannah Kevitt (#2) is delighted to be making her debut at Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte! A few of her favorite credits include: Serenbe Playhouse’s MISS SAIGON (Mimi), Heritage Theatre Festival’s A CHORUS LINE (Connie Wong), Triad Stage’s SOUTH PACIFIC (Liat), FIRST KIDS (original Broadway workshop), and THE IMAGINARY: A NEW MUSICAL (Choreographer’s Assistant.) Hannah has also dabbled in film, starring in THE CHINESE COOK, KATANA, CAMP. In addition to being on stage and screen, Hannah is pursuing her Associate of Arts and Associate of Fine Arts at CVCC, she is also a certified Yoga teacher, and is so grateful to be a part of such an amazing team!

El Osborn (#7) is thrilled to be joining this amazing group of women for her first show at ATC! El is a senior at Northwest School of the Arts and hopes to continue her pursuit of political activism through theatre after she graduates. Her past productions include Matthews Playhouse’s TWELFTH NIGHT (Viola), THE BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER (Imogene), and THE TEMPEST (Ariel). El is so grateful for the opportunity to share such a fierce, vulnerable story about kickass women, and would like to thank her family for always supporting her artistic endeavors. She can next be seen as Tilly Evans in SHE KILLS MONSTERS at Northwest School of the Arts.

Chloe Rusak (#14) is thrilled to partake in her first performance here at ATC! She recently moved to the area from Central Florida where she studied musical theatre for the past two years at Daytona State College. Some of her recent credits include AVENUE Q (Kate Monster) and SPRING AWAKENING (Wendla Bergmann). She would like to thank her director for such a wonderful opportunity, her cast for being the greatest team and her family for supporting her passion. Go Wolves!

Ahzjai Culbreth (#8) is a Charlotte-based actor who was most recently workshopping a play in the Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte’s 5th Annual NuVoices Play Festival. She previously went to Point Park University for a Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts but has since decided to attend film school because she aspires to open a film production company.

Annarah Shephard (#00) is a native of Charlotte. She was last seen in The 2015 WORLD SPECIAL OLYMPICS with The Debbie Dance Academy (Dancer), Donna Scott Productions Play Fest 2018 STAGED READING (multiple roles), and Winston Salem Theatre Alliances’ HAIRSPRAY (Little Inez/ Dynamites). You may also recognize her from NOW ARE THE FOXES, a performance improv team that finds its home here in Charlotte. Annarah has been trained in all genres of dance and is looking to further her theater career as well as branching out into music, television and film. This marks her third theater performance, and she couldn’t be more excited to bring this incredible story to life.

Jennifer Poarch (Soccer Mom) is thrilled to make her debut at Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte in THE WOLVES.  Some favorite regional credits include: MARY POPPINS (Mary), MAMMA MIA (Donna), CHILDREN OF EDEN (Eve), ALL SHOOK UP (Natalie/Ed), TARZAN (Kala), KISS ME KATE (Lily/Kate), JOSEPH (Narrator), A CHORUS LINE (Cassie), CAMELOT (Guinevere), THE KING AND I (Mrs. Anna), SHEAR MADNESS (Barbara), STEEL MAGNOLIAS (Shelby), and PIZZA MAN (Julie).  When Jennifer is not performing, she enjoys directing, choreographing, educating and managing for theaters across the country. Jennifer gives thanks to her family, friends and God for all their love and support.

Connect With ATC


Actor's Theatre of Charlotte is permanently closed. For more information, please see the official news release and FAQ. Please support your local theatre companies and we wish you all the very best.