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F. Scott Fitzgerald's
The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby centers around a “self-made” Jay Gatsby, a man from a working-class background, who had previously fallen in love with the wealthy and beautiful, Daisy Buchanan. After returning from his military service, he finds that Daisy had married blue-blood, Tom Buchanan. Gatsby, determined to win her back, does whatever it takes to reinvent himself into the man he thinks Daisy will want.

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Dear Arts Supporters,

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Nick Carraway: Conner Keef

Daisy Buchanan/Catherine/Lucille: Palmyra Mattner

Jordan Baker/Movie Star: Aamira Challenger

Tom Buchanan/Gatsby’s Chauffeur/Mr. Mumble/Wolfsheim/Daisy’s Chauffeur: Austin Lewis

George B. Wilson/Butler/Chester McKee/Owl Eyes/Doc Civet/Mr. Gatz: James Lavender

Myrtle Wilson/Twin/Mrs. Fay/Mrs. Sloane/Miss Baedeker: Skye Pagon

Jay Gatsby: Joshua Liburd

Understudies: Elizabeth Belfast, Katie Housley, Daniel Crenshaw, James Counihan

Creative Team

Director: Desiree Sanchez

Creative Director/Lighting and Scenic Designer: Stevie Mackie

Projection Designer: Lianne Arnold

Costume Designer: Deanna Berg Maclean

Intimacy Coach: Rick Sordelet

Choreographer: Stina Dallons

Associate Costume Designer: Nicole Zausmer

Music Curator: Andromeda Turre

Props Designer: Jesse Sailer

Production Team

Production Management: Intuitive Production Management

Production Manager: Robert Signom III

Technical Director: Stevie Mackie

Production Stage Manager/Properties Coordinator: Alex Duncker

Company Manager: Sophie Solomon

Assistant Stage Manager: Kayla Owen

Assistant Costume Designer: Hae Min Yun



Elizabeth Belfast
is elated to be joining the Aquila Theatre Company and would like to thank Desiree for allowing this to be her first professional theatre credit. She began her BFA in acting at Texas State University and has since transferred to the Los Angeles Film School to pursue her bachelor’s in screenwriting. Recent credits include In Arabia We’d All Be Kings (Daisy), LoveWave 2000 (Gina), Stupid F*cking Bird (Mash), and Romeo and Juliet (Juliet). She would like to thank her parents Tracey and Brennon Belfast for always trusting her to follow her dreams, her partner Tanner for his unwavering love and support, and Bob Adams and Jake Dogias for giving her the confidence to pursue acting and being the greatest teachers an actor could ever wish for.

Jordan Baker/Movie Star

Aamira Challenger
trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York. Theatre credits include: Blithe Spirit (West End/ UK Tour); Romeo and Juliet (Wales Millennium Centre); Macbeth (The Shakespeare Project); Ostalgie (National Theatre Studio); The Case of the Frightened Lady (Bill Kenwright Ltd/UK Tour); The Bacchanals (Etcetera Theatre) and Rhino (Clapham Omnibus). Podcast: As You Like It (dir. Janet Suzman). Film credits include: Paper Straws (Roundhouse) and Circle Triangle (Louisa Harris). Credits whilst training include the titular role in Mary Stuart (dir. Ben Naylor), and Biondello in The Taming of the Shrew (dir. Anna Morrissey).


James Counihan
is a New York City-based artist originally from Pittsburgh. He has recently worked with City Theatre, Ithaca Shakespeare Company, and Columbia University’s graduate theatre department. Counihan wants to thank his family and friends for their constant support and is thrilled to be making his national tour debut with Aquila Theatre!


Daniel Crenshaw
is from Los Angeles where he attended CSULA and received his BA in TV/film. In 2018, he moved to New York City and graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2020.


Katie Housley
is a Canadian stage and screen actress currently based in New York. Selected theatre credits include Twelfth Night with Toronto’s Classical Theatre Project, the U.S. National Tour of Encore!, and the world premiere of her play Midnight on a Monday at the Midtown International Theatre Festival. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto and of the conservatory at Stella Adler.

Nick Carraway

Conner Keef
is delighted to be touring with Aquila. Keef is a Brooklyn-based, Kentucky-born actor. They studied as an apprentice at Williamstown Theatre Festival ('18) and The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey ('19) before receiving their BFA in acting from Western Kentucky University ('19). Keef is a member of The Makers Ensemble. New York: Marlowe’s Faustus (Faustus), Romeo and Juliet (Tybalt). Regional: Ken Ludwig’s The Three Musketeers at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey (Septime).

George B. Wilson/Butler/Chester McKee/Owl Eyes/Doc Civet/Mr. Gatz

James Lavender
Theatre credits: As You Like It, An Enemy Of The People, Hamlet, The Tempest, Sense & Sensibility (Aquila Theatre); The War of The Worlds (dotdotdot); Sleeping Beauty (Rhodes Arts Complex); Loves Labours’ Lost, Twelfth Night, Comedy of Errors, The Importance Of Being Earnest (Oxford Shakespeare Company); Henry V (Antic Disposition); Peter Pan, Cinderella, Jack and The Beanstalk (Sheringham Little Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Lord Chamberlain's Men); Philoctetes (BAM New York); Macbeth (Gym at Judson Theatre, New York); Adventures in Wonderland, Supermarket Shakespeare (Teatro Vivo); Aladdin (Hazlitt Theatre); The Taming of The Shrew, As You Like It (Groundlings Theatre); Jack and the Beanstalk (Millfield Theatre); Headlines (BAC); Sleeping Beauty (Georgian Theatre Royal); The Jungle Book (Birmingham Stage Company); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Greenwich Playhouse); Plebians Rehearse the Uprising (Arcola Theatre). Lavender trained at Rose Bruford.

Tom Buchanan/Gatsby’s Chauffeur/Mr. Mumble/Wolfsheim/Daisy’s Chauffeur

Austin Lewis
is an actor/singer/musician from Minneapolis. Lewis earned an undergraduate degree in music education from the University of Northwestern St. Paul and a master's in music from Oklahoma City University. Some of Lewis' credits include Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Jesus in Godspell, Demetrius and Lysander in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Raoul in Phantom of the Opera, Frederick in A Little Night Music, Bert in Mary Poppins, Hotspur in Henry IV, Josh in If/Then, Gaston in Beauty and the Beast, and much more. Lewis has been blessed to learn and grow through the guidance of many teachers, professors, directors, friends, and family. James 1:17

Jay Gatsby

Josua Liburd
trained at Arts Educational Schools London and is very grateful to be making his American debut theatre performance. He has appeared in numerous West End shows in London from the Book of Mormon to Scottsboro Boys and Motown. He’s starred as CC white in Dreamgirls in the West End and has most recently played the role of Dr. Faustus in the play Dr. Faustus at the Arcola Theatre London.

Daisy Buchanan/Catherine/Lucille

Palmyra Mattner
is a classically trained actor and graduate of the conservatory program at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York City. This will mark her second national tour with Aquila, having previously appeared in leading roles in their productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Murder On The Nile (2016-17). Mattner’s other theatre credits include: The Resolute (Hiddenwell Theatre); Strings (Access Theatre); Can’t You Tell (Little Flame Theatre), and Twelfth Night (postponed due to COVID-19; Katonah Classic Stage). In addition to theatre, she has worked professionally in voice-over, commercial, film, and new media. She is also a keen participant in community outreach, which include The Stella Adler Studio’s programs at Rikers Island and The Phoenix House in New York, as well as performing alongside veterans as part of Aquila Theatre’s The Warrior Chorus (most recently The Odyssey at BAM Fisher’s, NYC). Mattner is delighted to be back on the road with Aquila. To view more of her work, visit www.palmyramattner.com

Myrtle Wilson/Twin/Mrs. Fay/Mrs. Sloane/Miss Baedeker

Skye Pagon
is a New York-based actor, writer, and theatre maker. She earned a BFA from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts where she studied the Meisner Technique, Commedia dell’arte, and at the Classical Studio. Recent credits include a national tour with Consent Education Company Speak About It; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Julius Caesar, The Lover Doctor, and Overruled (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); a woman-led educational tour of Julius Caesar (Stages on the Sound); and the world premiere of The Rebound (Tada! Youth Theater). She is a member of Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre, and a Philly gal at heart. www.skyepagon.com.

Creative and Production


Desiree Sanchez
has been Aquila’s artistic director since 2012. This season she will be directing both her new adaptation of The Great Gatsby and Macbeth. Past productions she has directed include Nineteen Eighty-Four and The Odyssey (2019); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Frankenstein (2018); Hamlet and Sense and Sensibility (2017); Much Ado About Nothing and Our Trojan War (2016); Romeo and Juliet, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and Philoctetes (2015); The Tempest and Wuthering Heights (2014); A Female Philoctetes at BAM Fisher's Hillman Studio (2014); Twelfth Night and Fahrenheit 451 (2013); The Taming of the Shrew and Cyrano de Bergerac (2012); Herakles (2012) at the Festival of the Aegean in Syros, Greece and at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation in Athens and at BAM in 2013; Macbeth and The Importance of Being Earnest (2011); and Six Characters in Search of an Author (2010). She wrote the stage adaptations for Frankenstein, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and Wuthering Heights for the Aquila Theatre and choreographed for: A Very Naughty Greek Play, based on Aristophanes' Wasps (2004); Julius Caesar (2006), Catch-22 (2007); The Iliad: Book One and The Comedy of Errors (2008). She had a 20-year career in dance which included working as a principal dancer for the Metropolitan Opera Ballet.

Projection Design

Lianne Arnold
is a video and scenic designer and interdisciplinary artist working in theatre, opera, music, dance, film, and art installation. For Aquila: 1984, Hamlet, Sense and Sensibility. Other recent performance and film projects include Lil Buck and Jon Boogz’ Love Heals All Wounds (projections/CAP UCLA and MOVE on Netflix), Prospect Theater Co.’s VISION Series and The Hello Girls (scenic and projections), HBO's The Lady and the Dale (animations), Jazz Singer (projections/Abrons Artspace), Oscar at the Crown (projections/3 Dollar Bill), Words on the Street (co-creator and projections/Baruch), Joseph Keckler’s Let Me Die (projections/Opera Philadelphia/FringeArts) and Joseph Keckler’s Train With No Midnight (projections/Prototype Festival/HERE). When the COVID-19 shutdown happened in March 2020, Arnold was working as the associate projection designer on The Lehman Trilogy on Broadway. She teaches video design/creative technologies at The New School and is a member of Wingspace Design Collective. MFA from CalArts. www.liannearnold.com.

Costume Designer

Deanna Berg Maclean
has designed costumes for: John Jasperse’s Truth, Revised Histories, Wishful Thinking, and Flat Out Lies, Dresden premiere; Alexei Ratmasky’s Valse Fantasie, a solo for Mikhail Baryshnikov: TRIO Concert Dance for Alessandra Ferri and Herman Cornejo (Royal Opera House), and Sarah Michelson’s evening length Dogs at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Berg Maclean created the costumes for Desiree Sanchez’s The Tempest, and Desiree’s adaptation of Wuthering Heights—and is delighted to be back designing for Aquila’s band of marvelous thespians. Berg Maclean’s work in ballet and modern dance has appeared on the stage of Jacob’s Pillow, Sadler’s Wells, Walker Arts Center, Edinburgh Festival, Festspielhaus Hellerau, Romaeuropa Festival, and The Venice Biennalle. Macbeth was the first show she ever sketched in costume design 1 at Pomona College! Berg Maclean's son Lachlan Maclean joins Aquila as costume intern for these two big shows!

Production Stage Manager/Properties Coordinator

Alex Duncker
hailing from beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyo., she began her love affair with the performing arts at her local western dinner theatre. After progressing from showgirl to stage manager, she ventured east to pursue a theatre degree from the University of Vermont. Since moving to New York in 2016, Duncker has dabbled in film, managed several inventive new works (Meshahnye, Late Night at the Serpent, Codependent, Cartography), and produced a pop-up theatre (Destiny Manifests) in a storefront downtown that presented Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love alongside original poetry, dance, live music, visual, and performance art. Now, Duncker is elated to be back on the road for her third tour with Aquila to continue her career of working with women-led artistic endeavors.

Production Management

Intuitive Production Management
is a New York-based theatrical production firm specializing in Off-Broadway, Opera, and live events. Founded by Robert Signom III and Scott H. Schneider, its mission is to bring superior production values and personalized support to each performance. www.intuitiveprodmgmt.com

Production Manager–Intuitive Production Management

Robert Signom III
has been working in production for over 19 years. As production manager, he has worked for Opera Naples, The American Opera Project, Jaleo, Tri-Cities Opera, Signature Theatre, Gotham Chamber Opera, Aspen Opera Theatre Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, HERE Arts Center, NJPAC, and many others. As stage manager, he has called over 50 productions in New York, many regional operas, and Off-Broadway tours. He is the curator of The Citizens Motorcar Company, America’s Packard Museum. He is an Eagle Scout, a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and a huge fan of sushi and upbeat jazz.

Fight Director and Intimacy Coach

Rick Sordelet
and his son, Christian Kelly-Sordelet, are the creators of Sordelet, Inc., an exciting new stage combat company bringing over 30 years of action movement experience to the entertainment community. Sordelet has worked on 72 Broadway productions, including Disney’s The Lion King and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, as well as the national tours of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Les Misérables. His credits include 52 first-class productions worldwide. Opera credits include Cyrano (starring Placido Domingo) at the Metropolitan Opera, Don Carlo (directed by Nicholas Hytner) and Heart of the Soldier at San Francisco Opera, and Cold Mountain, Don Giovanni, Roméo et Juliette and La Funciulla del West at Santa Fe Opera. He has worked on films such as The Game Plan, Dan in Real Life, Brave New Jersey, and The Sounding. On television, he and his son worked as stunt coordinators for the hit CBS comedy series Kevin Can Wait and spent 12 years as a stunt coordinators for Guiding Light. He is an instructor at the Yale School of Drama and a board member for the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. Sordelet received the Edith Oliver Award for Sustained Excellence at the Lucille Lortel Awards from The League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers, and a Jeff Award for Best Fight Direction for Romeo and Juliet at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. He is the author of the play Buried Treasure and the co-writer of the upcoming feature film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, directed by Bryan Singer. To learn more, visit www.sordeletink.com.

Company Manager

Sophie Solomon
was born in London and graduated from Birmingham University, England with an economics degree and Manchester University with a master's in retail management. She has an extensive background in buying, sales and marketing, starting out in corporate food retail, then running her own food sales consultancy in Singapore. After relocating to New York, she worked in the travel industry, culminating in setting up her own travel company. She now brings her business experience and love of the Arts to Aquila Theatre Company. She is an avid skier, tennis player, and pianist.

Assistant Stage Manager

Kayla Owen
is excited to join the Aquila Theatre Company as their assistant stage manager. Recent credits include associate production manager for SheNYC Summer Theatre Festival 2021, production stage manager for confirm me (Virtual Workshop, with Playwright Heesun Hwang) Everybody and Marie Antoinette (Ithaca College), and The Shoebox (SheNYC). She thanks her family and friends for all their support along the way.

Music Curator

Andromeda Turre
is the founder of Growing Up Jazz, an educational program which teaches early U.S. history through the lens of jazz. The daughter of jazz musicians Steve Turre and Akua Dixon, she learned the history and the music of jazz from some of its greatest contributors like Max Roach and Dizzy Gillespie. After studying theatre at The Boston Conservatory and vocal jazz at Berklee College of Music, she got her first professional job singing background vocals for Ray Charles. Turre has since worked as a solo artist in over 17 countries and has released various albums and singles to date. As a composer, her works have been used in film, television, video games, and theatre, including composing the score and original songs for Lena: A Moment with a Lady–a musical about the life of Lena Horne. www.AndromedaTurre.com


Stina Dallons
has been teaching, performing, and choreographing Lindy Hop, tap, and Charleston for over a decade. A graduate of the New School for Musical Theater, she transitioned to Lindy Hop, a creation of the Black community. Choreography credits include for the Bathtub Ginnys, Lindy Hop All Stars, YALL fest, and many wedding couples. She’s performed at Carnegie Hall, Swing 46, Midsummer Night Swing at Lincoln Center, The Apollo Theater, and at the Intrepid Air and Space Museum. For more info on Dallons, check out christinadallons.com or You Should Be Dancing studios.

Properties Designer

Jesse Sailer
is currently based in Brooklyn and earned a BFA from Ohio Wesleyan University with a concentration in sculpture and drawing. The last show she worked on was the immersive theatre experience Tammany Hall (Soho Playhouse). She is “grateful to be working with the Aquila Theatre.”

Aquila Theatre

Aquila Theatre is one of the foremost producers of classical theatre in the U.S. and has been bringing audiences world-class actors, captivating designs, innovative adaptations, and impactful direction since 1991. Aquila Theatre also provides extensive educational offerings and is an award-winning leader in the field of public arts and humanities programming. Aquila Theatre's mission is to create innovative interpretations of the classics for today’s audiences. By diversifying the classics and expanding the canon, Aquila seeks to enhance the plurality of our perspectives.

Aquila regularly produces in New York, most recently at The Brooklyn Academy of Music, GK Arts in DUMBO, and ART/NY. The company also visits 50–60 American cities per year with a program of two plays, workshops, and educational programming, and is under the Artistic Directorship of Desiree Sanchez. Aquila has been awarded numerous grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The National Endowment for the Humanities, from which it received a Chairman's Special Award, the New York State Councils for the Arts and Humanities, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Aquila has performed at the White House under the Bush and Obama administrations and has performed for the U.S. Supreme Court and for the National Council on the Arts. Aquila was also recently invited by Lin-Manuel Miranda to perform at the U.S. Capitol in support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, for its groundbreaking theatre and humanities program: The Warrior Chorus.

PRODUCTIONS IN NEW YORK CITY: Aquila is a major part of New York's theatrical landscape, producing a regular season of plays. Aquila recently produced: The Trojan War: Our Warrior Chorus, based on the writings of Homer, Aeschylus, Euripides, and Sophocles, and reimagined through the experiences of modern day military veterans at Brooklyn Academy of Music; Romeo and Juliet, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and Philoctetes at GK ArtsCenter in Brooklyn; a staged workshop production of A Female Philoctetes at BAM Fisher’s Hillman Studio as part of our YouStories program; Euripides’ Herakles at BAM; Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the GYM at Judson; Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author, Shakespeare’s As You Like It, and Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts at New York University; Joseph Heller’s Catch-22; and Homer’s The Iliad: Book One Off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

A MAJOR ANNUAL NATIONAL TOUR: Aquila is the foremost producer of touring classical theatre in the U.S. visiting 50-60 American cities per year. Recent past touring seasons include: George Orwell’s 1984 and Homer’s Odyssey (2019/2020) Shelley’s Frankenstein and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2018/19); Hamlet and Austen’s Sense & Sensibility (2017/18); Much Ado About Nothing and Murder on the Nile, as well as The Trojan War: Our Warrior Chorus (2016/17); Romeo and Juliet and Doyle’s The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (2015/16); The Tempest and Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (2014/15); Twelfth Night and Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 (2013/14); Taming of the Shrew and Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac (2012/13); Macbeth and Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest (2011/12); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author (2010/11); As You Like It and Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People (2009/10).

INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCES: Aquila has appeared in numerous festivals and at venues around the world including performances in London, Holland, Germany, Greece, Scotland, Canada, Bermuda, and at the Festival of the Aegean in Syros, Greece and the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation in Athens. Most recently Aquila performed A Female Philoctetes in Athens, Greece and Shakespeare’s The Tempest at New York University’s campus, and La Pietra, in Florence, Italy as part of their summer event series.

EDUCATION PROGRAMS: Aquila is dedicated to theatre arts education and produces three major initiatives: Workshop America, a nationwide program that provides an opportunity for people to share in the art of Aquila; Theatre Breakthrough, which brings America’s schools to the stage; and Hear Our Call!, a drama training program for NY-based teens from immigrant, refugee, asylee, and underserved families.

WARRIOR CHORUS: AMERICAN DEMOCRACY: Staged readings, unity workshops, and a series of discussions around the meaning and future of democracy. The Warrior Chorus is a national initiative that trains veterans to present innovative public programs based on ancient literature, presented in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It will create national discussions around democracy led by the people who fight for it.


Executive Artistic Director: Desiree Sanchez
Founding Director: Peter Meineck
Company Management: Sophie Solomon
Accountant: Insight Ledger
Represented by OPUS 3 Artists

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