4 Chairs Theatre presents:
Lost and Found
(Finding our way through Broadway)
Have you ever felt lost in the world? Or struggled to find your way? What does it mean to feel found? To find your place? Through music, humor and compassion, 4 Chairs Theatre young artists perform Broadway songs and stories that reflect the journeys life takes us through and how we find our way back to a place called home.
Lauren Berman, Founder and Director of 4 Chairs Theatre, created a not-for-profit theatre committed to providing a safe and positive space for people of all ages, cultures, genders, races, abilities and walks of life. Our performances, original works, and educational programs breathe humanity, empathy and truth. We amplify voices that are often excluded, and uncover hearts that are often hidden. By replacing “You’re too…” and You’ll never…” with “You’re enough..” and “You will…”, we aspire to change the world, one show at a time.
Pull up a chair.
You can sit with us.
Will Anderson is thrilled to be a part of his second cabaret. He is a senior at Libertyville High School where he appeared in In The Heights, The Sparrow, The King & I, Love/Sick, The Laramie Project, Pippin (King Charlemagne), and All Shook Up! (Dean Hyde). Professional theatre credits include: Everything Old Is New Again (Young Peter Allen) at the Wilmette Theatre, Werther (Fritz) and The Sound of Music (Friedrich u/s) at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, The Christmas Schooner (Young Karl) at the Mercury Theatre, and Elf the Musical (Michael u/s, ensemble) at The Marriott Theatre. Will would like to thank his family and Lauren Berman for supporting him and giving him the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful show!!
Angie Cornwell is so excited to be singing at Hey Nonny for the first time! Favorite credits include: Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Kolze Auditorium, Jane in Curtains at Illinois Wesleyan University, and Heidi in an upcoming production of [title of show] at Illinois Wesleyan University. She is currently a junior at Illinois Wesleyan University pursuing her BFA in Music Theatre with an English minor. Angie is a Palatine native and, when not doing theatre, is a headshot photographer and social media manager for Illinois Wesleyan University. You can find her on Instagram @angie_cornwell
Anthony (A.J.) DePew is thrilled to be part of 4 Chairs Theatre’s Cabaret! He is a sophomore at the University of Minnesota’s Guthrie Theatre BFA Actor Training Program where he was just seen as Valdez in Jesus Hopped the A Train. Other recent roles include Jeremy’s Dad/Mr. Reyes/Scary Stockboy in 4 Chairs Theatre’s Be More Chill and Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof (IHSMTA Best Actor Nominee). AJ is also a playwright whose short plays have been produced at the Skokie Theatre, Eureka College and most recently at The Blank Theatre in LA. Thank you to his friends and family for their continued support, his mom, dad and sister for their devotion and love and his friend & mentor Lauren Berman for truly believing in him.
Kaitlin Feely is thrilled and humbled to be back at Hey Nonny performing with 4 Chairs Theatre once again with such an incredibly talented team! Kaitlin will be graduating this coming May from Illinois Wesleyan University with a BFA in Music Theatre and a minor in Mathematics. Kaitlin was most recently seen at Hey Nonny with 4 Chairs Theatre’s cabaret “Stages: Up, Down and Center” and “I Am Woman, Hear Me Belt!”, and as Mary in The Life (IWU), Mary in Vanities: The Musical (Canterbury Summer Theatre), Diane in The Queen Bees (Canterbury Summer Theatre), Niki Harris in Curtains (IWU), Wendla in Spring Awakening (4 Chairs Theatre), and as Suzy Simpson in The Marvelous Wonderettes (IWU). She would like to thank her extraordinary director Lauren Berman, and her exceptional parents. Mom and Dad, thank you for always helping me to reach my dreams.
Aaron Kahn is extremely excited to be back on stage performing in this cabaret. Aaron is a recent graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University with a degree in Music Education. Aaron is currently teaching Elementary Music in Elgin. Lately, Aaron has spent the majority of his time music directing. Credits include: RENT (Glenbrook South High School), Be More Chill (4 Chairs Theatre), The Marvelous Wonderettes (IWU), Spring Awakening (4 Chairs Theatre), and more. Aaron is currently the director of the Glenview Children’s Theatre where he puts on shows for children ages 8-13. Most recently, the GCT put on Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr. Aaron is excited to be back onstage performing and singing and working with such a talented team. He would like to thank the most amazing director, Lauren Berman, for being the best and most supportive teammate and role model.