KIM BROMLEY (Director) has a BA in Theater Arts and a MA in film production. She directed Sylvia, A Little Night Music, The Diary of Adam and Eve, Urinetown (Best Director nomination BATCC), The Last Five Years and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Novato Theater Company. She directed Next to Normal (Best Director nomination TBA) and Into the Woods (Best ensemble nomination BATCC) in co-productions with Theatre-at-Large and The Novato Theater Company. Both productions were re-mounted at Spreckels Performing Arts Center. Kim has directed The Boys Next Doorand Old Money at Ross Valley Players as well as seven new works for RVP's RAW series. Her current directing project is The Miser at Curtain Theatre Company and Pippin at Marin Musical Theater Company. Recent acting credits include: Laramie Projectwith Theatre-at-Large; A Month In the Country (Anna); You Can't Take it with You (Rheba) and Blithe Spirit (Mrs. Bradman) at RVP; Sightlines (Ruth) at Custom Made; and Gypsy (Miss Cratchitt); Sisters Rosensweig (Sara); The Fantasticks (The Mute) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat (Levi) at NTC. Kim is a playwright and pitch consultant for After August Entertainment, currently developing content for new media markets.
JUDY WIESEN (Music Director) has been playing piano most of her life and music directing in Marin for almost 30 years. Prior to her work with Theater at Large, she has directed for Marilyn Izdebski Productions, Stapleton School, Marin Musical Theater Company, Novato Theater Company, 23 Elephants, the YES Foundation, and several schools in Marin. In addition to her work at the piano, Judy finds summer camps and trips for students ages 8 to 18. She also enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren.
Marilyn Izdebski (Choreographer) has a BA, MA and Teaching Credential in Theatre from UCLA and has been dancing since the age of 3. She has directed and choreographed for the Mountain Play, Ross Valley Players, Marin Theatre Company & NTC. She directed and taught at her company, Marilyn Izdebski Productions, for 40 years. She has also appeared as Sally Bowles in Cabaret at the Ross Valley Players, Cassie in A Chorus Line at the Marin Civic Light Opera and Lucia in Filamenaat at Marin Theatre Company. Her most recent productions at NTC were Chicago (Director/Choreographer), The Fantastiks (Choreographer), A Chorus Line (Director/Choreaographer) and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Choreographer). She was nominated for Best Choreography 2018 for A Chorus Line by SFBATTC. Newly “retired,” she is thrilled to be working with Theatre-At-Large and NTC in their productions and on the NTC Board of Directors.
BRUCE VIEIRA (SWEENEY TODD) After training at the Circle In The Square in New York City Bruce performed all across the US from Lincoln Center to The Denver Center Theater and almost everywhere in between. Locally he was Daddy Warbucks in Annie, Judd in Oklahoma!, Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof and The Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz all in The Mountain Play on beautiful Mount Tamalpais. Other favorite roles include: Galileo in The Life of Galileo, Pale in Burn This, Marquis de Sade in Marat/Sade and Pseudolus in A Funny Thing happened On The Way To The Forum. Bruce is also a local director and sound designer. He is proudly the Resident Director at The Stapleton School of Performing Arts where he is presently on sabbatical so he can do things like Sweeney Todd!
ALISON PELTZ (NELLIE LOVETT) is a graduate of UCLA’s Dance department and has performed throughout the US and Europe. She most recently played Mary Magdalene in Theatre-at-Large's Jesus Christ Superstar and reprised the role of Velma Kelly in Chicago at Novato Theater Company, having performed the role early last season with the Pinole Players (SFBATCC Award Nominee).Other favorite roles include Diana/Choreographer in Next to Normal (SFBATCC Award and TBA Award nominations for Principal Performance and Choreography) and Baker’s Wife/Choreographer in Into the Woods (SFBATCC Award-Choreography) with NTC/Theatre-at-Large and Spreckles Theatre Company, Little Sally in Urinetown and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors with Novato Theater Company, Winnifred in Once Upon A Mattress (Dean Goodman Award) and Ida Web in Twentieth Century (SFBATCC nomination) with Ross Valley Players, Leona in Do I Hear A Waltz, Fay Apple in Anyone Can Whistle and Ilona in She Loves Me, with Masquers, Rosie in Bye Bye Birdie and Charity in Sweet Charity at the SA Playhouse, Flaemchen in Grand Hotel with Contra Costa Musical Theater Co. and Diana in A Chorus Line with Chicago Musical Theater.