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Meet the Cast of the Secret Garden

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Addison Grey (Mary Lennox)


Addison Gray, age 11.  The Secret Garden is Addison’s first show with 413 Reperatory Theater and she is thrilled to be playing the role of Mary Lennox.  Musical Theater credits include Annie in Annie, Matilda in Matilda (Junior Actors Company) and Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (Scripps Theater Arts).  Aside from theater, Addison enjoys aerial silks, gymnastics and playing her many instruments (piano, cello, guitar and ukulele). 


Keaton Russo (Colin Craven)


Keaton is excited to be performing in his first show with 413 Rep! Some of Keaton’s past roles include The Scarecrow in, “The Wizard of Oz,” Michael Wormwood in, “Matilda,” Chip, in “Beauty and the Beast,” and Randolph
Macafee, in “Bye Bye Birdie.” Keaton would like to thank his family and friends for all their love and support, and to the entire 413 Rep. Company for giving him theopportunity to play such an awesome role! Keaton will be playing “Colin,” and hopes you enjoy The Secret Garden!


Gene Suhir (Archibald Craven)

Gene is elated to be in the cast of The Secret Garden, his second production with 413 Rep, following his captivating portrayal of Bentley in Great Expectations last year.   Prior to that, Gene appeared as Warbucks in "Annie" at Star Theater in Escondido. Before gracing the stage, Gene showcased his performing talents in voice-overs and prank calls for over 200 radio stations before he transitioned into the lively world of law school admissions prep.  But Gene's favorite role is a devoted father to Scarlett and Fiona, who share his love for theater. Gene unwinds by playing guitar, performing magic, and cherishing precious moments with his two wonderful daughters.


Emily Underwood (Lilias Craven/Nurse Grey/Robin)

(She/Her) is a 17 year old actress. She is so excited to be a part of this production for her first year at 413 Repertory Theater. She has done theater for 5 years mainly through school with productions such as Mamma Mia, The Three Musketeers, The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens, and her upcoming musical Mean Girls. She is so grateful to have the opportunity to do theater outside of school and experience a professional theater setting. Hope you enjoy!

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Erin Smith Floyd (Mrs Medlock)

Erin Floyd-Smith is thrilled to be back at The Grand Tea Room with 413 Rep. She previously appeared as Mrs. Dashwood in their production of Sense & Sensibility. Erin is a graduate of UC Irvine with a degree in
Dramatic Arts and has appeared in a wide variety of stage and film productions. Some favorites include Mrs. Dash
wood in Sense & Sensibility (413 Rep), Agatha in Guys & Dolls and Mrs. Dashwood in Sense &
Sensibility (MiraCosta College), Marcie in Almost, Maine and Evelyn Briggs in Independence (UC Irvine), the Nurse in Romeo &
 Juliet (Shakespeare Orange County), and Little Red Ridinghood in Into the Woods (Playhouse Merced). Erin would like to thank her family, particularly her husband, Robert, and children, Lucas and Evelyn, for their continued patience, love, support, and understanding as she grows her acting career.

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Loretta Pfaff-Carano (Martha Sowerby)

(She/They) is a 16 year-old Actor, Musician, and Dancer. Loretta had her 413 Rep premier as Sarah/ Molly in the fall play, Great Expectations. Previous work include: A Quiet Cross (La Jolla Theatre Ensemble), The Ferryman (New Village Arts), Little Shop of Horrors (North Coast Rep TS), Much Ado About Nothing (North Coast Rep TS). Enjoy the show! 


Josef  Emmenegger (Dickon Sowerby/Doctor/Conductor)

Josef is grateful to be making his 413 Repertory Theater debut. While attending MiraCosta College (2016-2020) Josef studied theatre arts by taking part in classes for classical, contemporary and film acting along with the summer Actors Academy program. During this time, he had the opportunity to perform the roles of: Ernest, The Importance of Being Ernest; The Baker, Into the Woods; Joseph Surface, School for Scandal; and John Willoughby, Sense and Sensibility. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Arizona State University (2020-2023). During his studies, he became fascinated by novels and screen plays, concentrating on Film Noir and French New Wave. Currently, Josef is developing his knowledge of music playing the guitar and bass. Josef would like to thank his family, friends, and colleagues for encouraging him to follow his passion for theatre. 

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