Patsy Cline:

Kelley Faulkner*

Louise Seger:

Angela Iannone*

* Member of Actors Equity Association

Creative Team


Ted Swindley


Sandy Ernst

Music Director:

Dan Kazemi

Set Designer:

Chelsea Warren

Costume Designer:

Alex Tecoma

Lighting Designer:

Craig Gottschalk


Kelley Faulkner (Patsy Cline) is so happy to be back at The Rep after Christmas Carol-ing last year, and playing Sally Bowles in Cabaret on The Rep's Quadracci Powerhouse stage. Regional: Claire in Proof (TheatreFest); Nancy in Oliver! and Emily Arden in State Fair (Walnut Street Theatre Company); Roxie in Chicago (New Candlelight); Woman 2 in Give My Regards to Broadway (Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts) and The Music Man and Street Scene (New York City Opera). National tour: Miss Watson in Big. Readings/Workshops: Sketches of Life (directed by Maurice Hines), Wildlife, Wingman and Muscleman vs. Skeletonman: A Love Story. BFA in Acting from Montclair State University. Love to my amazing family.  -Top-

Angela Iannone* (Louise Seger) is thrilled to return to Milwaukee Rep for the 2011/12 Season. A familiar face to Milwaukee, Madison and Chicago theater patrons, Ms. Iannone was most recently seen at Milwaukee Rep as Fraulein Kost in Cabaret, at In Tandem Theatre as Kate Hepburn in Tea at Five and Next Act Theatre as the Countess Orsini in A Sleeping Country. Other roles include Medea in Medea, Maria Callas in Master Class, She in Purgatorio, Ariel in The Tempest, Roxie in Chicago, Kate in Taming of the Shrew, Chorus in Henry V, Lady MacBeth in MacBeth and Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar. Ms. Iannone is a member of The Women Who Can't Sing cabaret group, and a Joseph Jefferson Award-winner. Her play The Edwin Booth Company Presents . . . premieres this November.  -Top-

Creative Team

Sandy Ernst (Director) the 2011/12 Season Sandy's marks her 30th year in theater. She began her career as a Directing Apprentice with American Players Theatre in 1981, and over the next 18 seasons, staged 20 productions, appeared as an actress and gained extensive experience as a stage manager, ultimately serving as APT's Production Stage Manager, before relocating to Milwaukee. In 1995 Sandy joined The Rep's Artistic Team, and in 2002 became Associate Artistic Director. In her 17 seasons with The Rep, Sandy has continued to wear many hats: Director of the Intern Program, Cabaret Director, Casting Director, Stage Manager and Director. Outside of The Rep and APT, Sandy has directed for Next Act Theatre and Renaissance Theaterworks, conducted Master Classes on Shakespeare and Audition Technique at universities throughout the country, and has been an Adjunct Faculty Member with Carthage College for the past four years. Sandy has been married to actor Lee Ernst for over 30 years, and together their productions include four children and two grandsons.  -Top-