Hopping Onto a Stage Near You—Actors and Musicians for "Edward Tulane"
THE CAST: Brad Culver, Ann Noble, Nicholas Mongiardo-Copper and Sylvie Mae Baldwin.
The four actors in The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane harmonize quite well—in addition to their acting talents, they all bring musical skills to this tale of the little china rabbit (Julianne Argyros Stage, Feb. 6-22). One newcomer and three South Coast Repertory veterans come together for this Theatre for Young Audiences production. Sylvie Mae Baldwin (The Traveler) plays viola and makes her debut at SCR. She’s had a lifelong love for acting, dance and music and has portrayed everything from an eyeball to a Shakespearean character. Brad Culver (The Musician) was in last season’s production of James and the Giant Peach. He plays bass. Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper (The Man) is a TYA veteran, with a half-dozen productions at SCR under his belt. He plays guitar and other instruments. Ann Noble (The Woman) most recently was in SCR’s TYA production of Anastasia Krupnik. She plays ukulele!