Gale Munro As she begins work on new shows, Gale's friends always assure her that she has been typecast. In reciting some of her credits, she would like prospective tourgoers to understand something of herself, thereby assuring themselves of a lively time. She has played a ladybug (James and the Giant Peach, Adventure Theatre), murdering impresaria (Bloody Murder, Source Theatre Festival), and saccharine cosmetic saleslady/terrorist-hunter (Citizen Patrol, MuseFire Productions).
June is has performed Mary Surratt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Florence Harding, Dorothea Dix, Perle Mesta, and too many Washingtonians to mention. She excels at historical interpretation and is responsible for some fabulous costumes that grace the tours.She also works with the Surratt House Museum when not "Strolling". She is a devotee of the study of American Life, especially the Civil War period.
Patricia Woolsey has worked in Washington theater as a director, playwright, choreographer, theater educator and (not often) actress for the past 25 years. She served as the Executive Director for the non-profit organization, ArtStream for 9 years. She currently works as a drama therapist and consultant.
Alice Anne English
She works in NYC and Washington and has performed at Forum and Studio Theater, Richmond Shakespeare and can be seen on "The Good Wife" on CBSin January, 2014. She is Lucretia Garfield and Rose Greenhow, and others in Ghost Story Tour. More on Alice Anne
Ellie Nicoll As well as appearing as historical personages in Historic Strolls tours, Ellie Nicoll often performs locally with Scena and Le Neon Theatre. She most recently appeared with the Royal Danish Ballet as an English Tourist in Napoli.And she can be seen in the WUSA TV video on the Ghost Story Tour page portraying Rose Greenhow more on Ellie
Barbara Papendorp A Washington, DC area actress whose interest in history and theatre often merge, Barbara performed in the Civil War Musical (Stonewall Country, Lexington, VA). She appeared in The Mandrake for Faction of Fools.Fluent in French, she has performed a cabaret at the Harmon Center for the Arts most recently.
Mariel Buhler Penberthy
Mariel Penberthy has studied at the Studio Theatre and the Lansburgh, and performed with several theatres in D.C. area including Scena Theatre and Fraudulent Productions. She has portrayed Susan Decatur and Peggy Eaton and others on Ghost Story Tour She continues to work on local film projects, playing a succession of evil aliens in the cable show Star Crash.more on mariel's voiceover work
has appeared at Black Rock Center for the Arts in "The Laramie Project", in numerous productions for ArtStream and is a talented set designer and builder. He has appeared in countless historic strolls and historic character events as many characters including: Andrew Carnegie, Alexander Hamilton, Dickensian Character and others. His portrayal of multiple characters in the Dickens tour set a new record for us!
Catherine Aselford made her professional acting debut in 1982, later graduating from Catholic University with a BFA in Theatre. Her stage work includes The Center Company, Source Theatre, Cherry Red Productions and The Georgetown Theatre Company, of which she is Artistic Director. She has appeared in Unsolved Mysteries, America's Most Wanted and numerous television commercials and DC SWAN Day,