Meet the Cast and Creative Team
Kaleb is proud to make his theatre debut with the Ghosts of Rock crew! Born in Montrose, Scotland to enlisted parents from a small village in Pennsylvania, Kaleb quickly made his journey down the east coast to Atlanta, Georgia where he continues to pursue his passions in acting and music. Shout out to the Ghosts of Rock family, Jason & Catherine, Tommy, my family, and Josie Neves. None of this would be possible without your creativity, guidance and support.
Sean Lawley is thrilled to be a part of the Ghosts of Rock cast. Previously, Sean has appeared onstage in A Christmas Carol (Springer Opera House) and Clybourne Park (Liberty Theater). He graduated from Columbus State University with Bachelor of Arts in Theatre where he also performed in Our Town and the Great American Trailer Park Musical. Sean currently works as a fine arts educator for non-profit organizations such as Boy and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta and the Woodruff Arts Center.
Bradlee Kyle is an Atlanta based actor and a graduate of Columbus State University. He is excited to join the cast of Ghost of Rock and to be working with the fantastic cast and crew. Favorite credits include Riff (West Side Story), Johnny (Beggars in the House of Plenty), Jamie (The Last Five Years). He would like to thank his Family and Friends for their amazing support system and of course his amazing girlfriend.
Benedetto Robinson holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Acting from Elon University, North Carolina. He possesses certifications in seven of eight of the Society of American Fight Directors’ staged combat weapons disciplines. His recent stage credits include The Southern Appalachian Historical Association’s The Horn in the West, Antigone and Much Ado About Nothing with the Elon Department of Performing Arts, and The National Theatre of Scotland’s tour of Dunsinane. Benedetto sends his love home to his family, both in Maine and here in Atlanta, and to his friends Cedric Hutchison and Alex Sloope at Paces and Vine, without whom he would not be able to perform for you today.
Lucas Scott is an improvisor and actor based in Atlanta, Ga. He is excited to be making his first stage appearance in Ghosts of Rock. Most recently Lucas appeared in Highwire Comedy Co.’s 80’s movie-inspired improvisation show Don’t You Forget About the Breakfast Club. He is currently a student of The Robert Mello Studio.
Mary Kate Campfield
Mary Kate is excited to make her debut in musical theatre as part of the Ghost of Rock cast. From Auburn, Al., she moved to Atlanta to pursue a dancing and acting career. In 2014, She became the youngest member of the prestigious Project 7 Dance Company under the direction of Cherrise Wakeham, where she performed in an award winning piece at the Capezio A.C.E Awards in NYC and the show S.H.E. in Long Beach, Ca. She has also performed in Surface (GDA Contemporary, Carnical ATL, and CiCi Kelley’s Phazes of Love 2015. Finally Mary Kate would like to thank her parents and friends for their endless support and love and specifically, her acting teacher, Allison Gardner, who continued to push her in her love for acting.
Brandi is thrilled to join the Ghost of Rock family! Originally from Indianapolis, IN, Brandi was an NFL Pro Bowl Cheerleader with the Indianapolis Colts, and also authored her first book: The View from the Fifty-Yard Line: A Cheerleaders Story. Musically she sang the National Anthem at Monday Night Football, opened for Patti LaBelle, and sang with Madonna’s (Like a Prayer) Gospel Choir for Super Bowl XLVI, along with her family band. She has been a part of productions of The WIZ, and TV/Film productions, The Have and Have Nots, Bolden, and Barber Shop 3. Special thanks to my musical family: Mom, Devon Ashley, Jamika Jones, and Jay Jones.
D. Norris is a native of Atlanta, GA. He obtained a degree in Business Management from Alabama State Univ. He began his acting career by assisting friends who wrote plays. Norris moved on to being cast for church plays, then on to writing/directing his own. D. Norris is an award-winning choreographer who has worked with various artists, including Mary Mary and Dirk Chaney (R.I.P.). D. Norris started Adrenaline Entertainment in 2007 by which he teaches dance fitness classes and private lessons in hip hop and salsa.
Tricia is so stinking happy to be among The Ghosts of Rock family. She is native of Atlanta, and has dance training from Dekalb school of the arts. She began teaching in 1990, and in 2000 she began her own company, Metro Dance Company, Inc. In the film industry you’ll find Tricia working as a stunt girl and a zombie from the Walking Dead as well as one of Carl’s (Chandler Riggs) stunt doubles. Thank you to the cast and crew and a special shout out to my dancers for being the rock stars that you are. Also a giant thank you to my family for knowing how to do this creative life with me. My number one role is being a proud mother to Ethan, Hannah, Julia & Patrick and soaking up time with my husband, Mike.
Meredith is thrilled to join The Ghost of Rock family. Native of Stone Mountain, Ga. Fell in love with dance at the age of 5 and began her training at Atlanta Dance Works under Patrick McCann where she thrived for 13 yrs and then continued her training at Metro Dance Company, Inc. under Tricia Froedge for 13 yrs. Her passion for dance fuels her creative side and feels like graceful freedom for her. Special thanks to the entire ghosts of rock team, my husband Matthew and my entire family.
Ashley got her first pair of dancing shoes at the age of six and never looked back. She has training in the styles of ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary and hip-hop. After graduating from UGA, she became the first Managing Director of Dancefx Atlanta, an extension of the not-for-profit Dancefx, Inc. She oversaw the youth and adult programs and created the Modern Pin-Ups Atlanta, a burlesque performance ensemble for women, and she also was an instructor for youth and adult classes. She was a cheerleader for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream for the 2015 season. She is excited to join the talented cast of Ghosts of Rock!
William “Trey” Walker is super excited to be a part of the Ghost of Rock. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Trey has been dancing since the age of 12 and starting acting in 2007. He loves being on stage and seeing the audiences faces resonate with true thrill and excitement. Trey is currently completing his 7th season dancing for the Atlanta Dream WNBA Basketball team, where he serves as Captain. Trey has been in education for 8 years, currently teaches 2nd grade. Trey would like to thank his family (William, Jean, and Jeanine Walker), and friends for pushing him to follow his dreams as a dancer and actor. Lastly, thanks to the Ghost of Rock cast and crew for making this moment so memorable.
Chas played college baseball as a pitcher at Georgia state, and after a shoulder injury he decided to take up acting and has been going ever since. With film and TV credits including roles in Lets Be Cops, Bloated Minds, Army Wives and The Inspectors, he continues to take many classes to keep up his training at places such as The Robert Mello Studio, Groundlings and Margie Haber Studio.
Sherrie Peterson is originally from Greenville, South Carolina where she attended the Fine Arts Center of Greenville in high school, went to Samford University and studied Theatre, and obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Regent University. Her work has taken her in performing and directing all over the world including Germany, Austria, Nicaragua and Ukraine. She has founded international touring companies, two children’s theatres, and professional theatre ensembles that have continued for over 25 years. She has helped to produce films from Los Angeles to Atlanta, and continues to develop new work for distribution and help promote and produce new plays for Broadway and off Broadway theatres.
Directors Note: The Ghosts of Rock is more than a show with great music and dancing, but its a story of two guys finding where they belong in this world and having the courage to follow their heart to the place where they were meant to be. It is their story, but also Everyman’s journey as we all seek our destiny and calling, instead of what “society” has planned for us. One might say “Follow your bliss”, “Trust your Instincts”, “To thine own self be true”….but really The Ghosts of Rock just wants you to leave knowing that marching to the beat of your drum is actually way better than playing somebody else’s music anyway! Choose to Rock!!