Ginde Baker is a sophomore at Union College. She is from Troy, New York, where she first began her theatre training as a member of the Lansingburgh Drama Club. Some previous credits include Chava in Fiddler on the Roof and Narrator in FUGA with Conchshell Productions. At Union, she's performed as Vivia/Angela in I Put the Fear of Mexico in ‘em. She'd like to thank her family and friends for the support, and hopes you enjoy the show!
Amber Birt is a junior at Union College. She is a Chemistry and Theatre double major. She was a stage grip for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nigh-Time, The Importance of Being Earnest and Macbeth. She has acted in When the Promise Was Broken at Union. She would like to thank all the people involved with the performance for all the time and hard work they put in.
Sophie Hurwitz is a senior Biochemistry and Theatre double major from Westfield NJ. She has previously performed in Macbeth, The Importance of Being Earnest, Antigo Nick, and Enemy of the People at Union College. She is happy to be performing in Trojan Woman for her last production at Union. She would like to thank her family for their continuous support of her love for theatre.
Erick Miron is a junior at Union College. He is an English-Theater double major. Erick has acted in Fade (Abel), The Importance of Being Earnest (Merriman), and Macbeth (Third Witch), and I Put the Fear of Mexico in ‘em (Efren). He would like to thank the entire cast and crew for helping bring Theatre back to Union!
Chloe Savitch is a junior from Putnam County, NY, with a double major in Theatre and Psychology. At Union, she has performed in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, When the Promise was Broken, and has worked on The Importance of Being Earnest. She has also worked as backstage as Stage Manager for Sam Spade: A Radio Noir Comedy, and Resilience. Chloe would like to thank her family and friends, as well as the entire Union College Theatre and Dance Department, and to her wonderful cast and crew for all their support and encouragement along the way.
Helen Smith is currently a junior at Union College. She is a double major in mathematics and theatre and a Japanese minor. While at Union, she has performed in productions such as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, When the Promise Was Broken, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Macbeth. She would like to thank the incredible director Randy Wyatt, crew, and the rest of the cast for making The Trojan Women an amazing experience, especially during these hard times.
Lauryn West is a sophomore from West Hartford, CT, a History major with minors in Classics and Theatre. She is very excited to be in this production, especially since she read the Iliad in Precept last year. You may have seen her in Macbeth (ensemble) or heard her in Sam Spade Always Gets Her Man (Miss P). Some of her other favorite roles include The Tempest (Sebastian) and Christmas With the Websters (Emily). She would like to thank her professors (especially the ones seeing the show), her family, and her friends. She would also like to thank William Ellsworth for being the 30th governor of Connecticut. Also, a huge thank you to the whole creative team! Much love and enjoy the show!
Juliet Park is a senior, with a major in Theatre from Los Angeles, CA. She has worked on shows such as When the Promise was Broken, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Macbeth as a variety of technical positions. This will be her third production as a stage manager, and she is thankful to be able to take part in one last play at Union. She’d like to thank the Union College Theatre and Dance Department, as well as her friends and family for their support.