The Nashoba Players Board is made up of volunteer board members who meet monthly to discuss pressing issues such as upcoming productions & events, membership recruitment, and organization finances.
Douglas is a retired Civil Service employee of the U.S. Army who spent 28 years after receiving his Bachelor?s in studio art and theatre using his creative talents as an arts & crafts instructor and a graphic designer, first as a soldier and then as a civilian for the military community. His theatre experience spans over 40 years as a scenery designer, artist, director and producer. Doug has over twenty years active service with the Nashoba Players and its previous namesakes; having served on the board of directors as President, and Artistic Director, and many other volunteer positions. He is a founding member and active board director of EMACT, having served it in various capacities. Since his retirement 7 years ago he has been part of the creative teams of over 60 high school, university and community theatre productions. He resides in Acton, MA with his son, Jesse.
Amy is a retired International Project Manager, having worked and consulted in various industries from Steelmaking to Pharmaceuticals. In between all her travels, she has spent 44 years involved with a number of community theatres as a director, actor, producer, costumer, set designer, prop creator, dramaturg, and board member. Amy moved to New England in 1985 and her first theater production after moving here was in Nashoba Players' (known at the time as GLT, Groton-Littleton Theater) Exit the Body, as the famed writer Crane Hammond. She received an EMACT award for her three roles in GLT's production of Arthur Millers Depression-era anthology An American Clock. Recently she had the leading role in NP's production of A Country House.
By day Chuck does any number of mundane things, such as selling industrial chemicals, trying to sell his first historical novel to a publishing industry that hasn't yet recognized his talents, and getting recalcitrant teenagers off to high school in the morning.... By night, he is an avid theater buff, working over the past few years with a number of community theater groups.
He has had many memorable roles including Benjamin Franklin in "1776" (Concord Players - Which played in Boston's Faneuil Hall), Inspector Levine in "Catch me if You Can" (Theatre 111), Father Demitri in "Zorba!" (New Players Theater Guild), and "Big" Tony Nunzio in "Tony and Tina's Wedding " for Nashoba Players.
As an added feather in his cap, Chuck was especially pleased to have been recognized by EMACT for his role as the Professor in the Concord Players production of "South Pacific."
"Working with Nashoba Players has been great fun! Where else but in community theater can you get to work so quickly and intensely with a group of dedicated and creative people who love what they are doing? You make friends that you know you will always have, and you will always look forward to the opening of another show'."
Owner of Siterelish Marketing, Doreen has been involved with the Nashoba Players since 2000 - both on and off stage. The group's webmaster since 2001, Doreen has performed on stage, produced a musical, managed the house, and created posters, programs and tickets for the group.