Favorite Rep Shows: In the Heights, A New Brain, Spring Awakening, Once, West Side Story
Musical(s) She Hopes to Produce Some Day: Les Miserable, Misery, Hamilton
Ben Hart & Brandon James
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Director of Marketing & Development
Director of Education & Youth
Mark Michael Adams
Front of House Manager
Sound Designer & Engineer
Director of New Works
Jamie Bradley is a native of Newburyport, MA and has been a Portsmouth, NH resident since 2009. He spent the early part of his career as a singer/songwriter traveling and performing throughout New England in various bands and as a solo act. He began his involvement with theatre in early 1997 doing community and dinner theatre in northeastern Massachusetts before finding the Seacoast in 2008. During his time on the Seacoast, Jamie has performed with Prescott Park Arts Festival, the Players’ Ring, New Hampshire Theatre Project, Seven Stages Shakespeare Company, Kent Stephens’ STAGE FORCE, Patrick Dorow Productions, and The Palace Theatre. Jamie has been nominated six times for Spotlight on the Arts Awards and has taken home the honors twice (Best Actor in a Musical 2011: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Best Director of a Play 2017: G. Matthew Gaskell’s As Time Goes By).
Zachary Ahmad-Kahloon is a new addition to the Seacoast Repertory Theatre’s team joining as Production Manager in 2019. He has served as Stage Manager for several productions at the Rep and couldn’t be happier to now work with this passionate team of people. Before the Rep Zachary worked at the University of New Hampshire where he led violence prevention efforts with college students while also serving as a Stage Manager. Nationally Zachary is known as a speaker on issues related to equity, social justice, and violence prevention. He is particularly interested in how we can create change through theatre. You can always find Zak dressed up at every Mad Haus in an increasingly elaborate ensemble.
Favorite Rep Shows: Mad Haus, Billy Elliot, The Rocky Horror Show!
Shows He’d Love to Work on Someday: Metamorphoses, Everyone’s Talking About Jamie, Fun Home
Box Office Manager
Jason Faria has been singing and dancing ever since he can remember; from school plays in elementary school to grooving out to dance instructional VHS’s in his basement- performing has always been his main passion. He graduated from Plymouth State University ‘14 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater. While studying at PSU, he was accepted to the Tepper Semester program, and spent his last semester of college in NYC studying with broadway professionals every day and attended two shows in the city every week as part of the program. After all of this, he found himself called back for Princeton in SRT’s 2015 production of Avenue Q- since he was cast in that production, Jason hasn’t stopped performing at the Rep and is now a Resident Artist here at SRT. He not only performs onstage but has choreographed multiple mainstage productions, stage managed, and is even production manager for SRT’s Red Light series! Whether onstage or off, Jason is so grateful that he has made a life and a career here at SRT and cannot wait to see what the future has in store!
Our News And Events
by BWW News Desk The Seacoast Repertory Theatre's production of A Chorus Line represents a full circle in the career of its director, Bryan Knowlton. He has gone from unsuccessfully auditioning for a role in the musical as a youth to performing in its Broadway...
By Jeanné McCartinWhat the “Sunshine Boys” has is three men that deliver thoroughly entertaining performances of classic comedy.The Neil Simon script is about two estranged, aging, feuding, former vaudevillians. Al Lewis and Willy Clark – of Lewis and...
It's rare that a tale of unrequited love is experienced as sweet and uplifting. The Seacoast Repertory Theatre's newest production, Once, is that tale. Once began as a movie, blossomed into real-life romance, and was turned into a Tony award-winning...