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298 Kinderkamack Road, Oradell, NJ 07649


Bergen County Players, inc.


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Matthew Rofofsky
Matt Rofofsky appeared here in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? At Rutgers University he appeared in A Chorus Line and Little Shop of Horrors. Matt is a social worker and psychotherapist in private practice in New York City, who enjoys boating and skiing in his free time.

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Nancy Rollins
Nancy Never in her wildest dreams did Nancy ever think she’d be playing a fairy, but a wisecracking fairy is another story! Nancy is a long-time member of BCP whose credits include The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, The Fourth Wall, and Parallel Lives. She attended the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University where she ...

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Michele Roth
MICHELE ROTH (Assistant to the Director / Stage Manager), our long-time treasurer and a Life Member, has produced and/or stage-managed countless shows including Ragtime: The Musical, Godspell, A Grand Night for Singing, Cabaret, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Other Desert Cities, and Spamalot. She received Best Production ...

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Kathleen Ruland
KATHLEEN RULAND (Lighting Operator) was the assistant to the director and lighting operator for Pippin, produced Veronica’s Room, and was co-stage manager of It’s Only a Play and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. She has worked on many productions as a lighting operator, sound operator or crew member, and she stage managed A Comedy of ...

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Noel Schoonover
This is Noel’s third season with BCP. He was Assistant Director for The Little Dog Laughed, did PR for The Solid Gold Cadillac, was part of the crew for Curtains, and directed a workshop production of Two by Rebeck. Elsewhere, Noel has directed productions of Starting Here, Starting Now (Nutley Little Theatre), Bye Bye Birdie and MacBeth ...

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Allan Seward
ALLAN SEWARD (Lighting Design) has designed lighting for innumerable productions at BCP including Ragtime: The Musical, Godspell, 33 Variations, Other Desert Cities, A Comedy of Tenors, August: Osage County, Time Stands Still, The Full Monty, The King and I, To Kill a Mockingbird, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Perry Award nomination). ...

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Alan Shearer
Alan Shearer is a new BCP member making his debut. In Rockland County he has directed numerous plays and musicals, his favorites being A View From the Bridge and Angels in America. This film historian and avid reader of biographies also volunteers as a director for the New York chapter for the Emmy Awards in their monthly series to develop new ...

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Ron Siclari
Ron Siclari has been a member of BCP since 2005. In that time, Ron has appeared on stage as Boyd in Book of Days, Mr. Manningham in Angel Street, Lester in Comic Potential and Larry in Company. Ron is currently a Member-at-Large serving on the Play and Casting Committee and is also on the Play Selection Committee. Ron has also worked backstage ...

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Michael Smith
MICHAEL SMITH (Set Design & Construction, Décor, Photography) is a Life Member of the Players who has designed, constructed and photographed more than 50 productions for BCP including The Women, Cinderella, The Story of Hansel & Gretel, Bermuda Avenue Triangle, The Haunting of Hill House, The Cocktail Hour, Plaza Suite, Brooklyn ...

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Christian Spinella
Christian Spinella has performed in Leonia SummerStage’s production of Bye Bye Birdie, the Park Players’ Godspell, and Bergen Community College’s productions of Kiss Me Kate and A Funny Thing… Forum. He is new to our group, and when not performing, he enjoys swimming, running, playing guitar, singing, walking around ...

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Paul Stabile
Paul Stabile last appeared on our stage in Snow White Goes West and Company in the 1990’s. Other credits include Seymour and Orin Scrivello, DDS in Little Shop of Horrors, Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, John the Baptist in Godspell, Franz in Sunday in the Park With George and Steelworker in Working. Paul is a physician ...

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Julie Steckler-Kopil
Julie Steckler-Kopil (Props) is proud to have been recently made a Life Member. Some of her favorite roles include Mary in Run for Your Wife and Barbara in our radio theater production of Strangers on a Train. Julie is pleased to be supporting her husband, Robert, who is playing Mayor Shin.

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Allyson Stevenson
Allyson Stevenson returns to our stage after last season’s The Little Dog Laughed. Previously she appeared in The Women and Moonlight and Magnolias. A native of the Pascack Valley region and currently residing in Westwood, Allyson has been acting since the age of 17 and received her training at New York’s Circle In the Square. She ...

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Jenna Miles Stewart
Jenna Miles Stewart returns to our stage after an absence of nearly 24 years. Previously she appeared here in Fiddler on the Roof, Inherit the Wind, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, and Something’s Afoot, and she also worked backstage in various capacities. At Antrim Playhouse she worked on makeup, properties, and was a ...

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Jimmy Vinetti
Jimmy Vinetti first appeared on our stage as the MC in Cabaret, followed by appearances in Applause and The Mikado. This die-hard Yankees, Giants and Devils fan toured nationally in The Wizard of Oz, played off-Broadway in the original New York production of Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah; The Alan Sherman Musical, and played Moonface Martin in ...

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