Matt de Rogatis (Roy) was most recently seen Off Broadway as "Frederick Clegg" in the United States premiere of The Collector at 59E59 Theaters. Other NYC and Regional credits include "Hamlet" in Hamlet, "The Elephant Man" in The Exhibition, "Ken" in Red and "Stanley Kowalski" in A Streetcar Named Desire. Special thanks to NINE Theatricals and The Triad Theater. Very special thanks to Bob Lamb.



John Constantine (Stage Manager) pursued an academic career in science and mathematics, but his heart has always hopelessly drawn him into the love of the arts. After decades of suppressed desire, Constantine pursues a career in stage performance with Nine Theatricals in performances such as A Christmas Carol, Our Town and serving as the stage manager for this performance of Lone Star. Thus, fulfilling his calling thesis—“To thine own self be true…”

Pete McElligott (Director) is a director, writer and teacher. A Chicago native, he graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Drama. He is a founding member of The NOLA Project in New Orleans and the Ten Bones Theatre Company in New York.  The work of both companies has been featured in American Theater, The New Yorker, TimeOut, and The New York Times.  He has worked with The Pearl Theater, ReGroup Theatre, The Negro Ensemble, Radical Evolution, Smith Street Stage, and The Hangar, among many others.  His writing has been the recipient of an NEA grant, been a featured selection of the NNPN, and been performed in Chicago, Atlanta, Indiana, Maryland, New York, and New Orleans.  As a teacher, he worked with the Actionplay Workshop at the Rebecca School, a program that used theater games to encourage and communicate with autistic children.  He also taught workshops at high schools in both New Orleans and Chicago.  In addition to that, Pete has taught and directed at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting for the past ten years.   Overall, he’s a fairly pleasant fellow.

Mollie Downes (Assistant Stage Manager) is a native New Yorker and is thrilled to be performing at the Triad. She is passionate about the creation of new works and loves to be involved in the process, both on and off stage. She recently appeared as Lulu in "Fancy Theater Blues!," by Locked in The Attic Productions, and was the stage manager for The New Natives in their production of the new work "Camel." Thanks to her family and friends for their continued support on this crazy adventure.