Kelley DeCourcy is a Senior Sociology here at UMass Amherst. She works part-time at the University Bookstore as a Sales Associate, and will be teacher assisting for Professor Robert Faulkner's Corporate Crime (Sociology 347) class this fall. After stage managing the Guild's Spring 2011 production of Cabaret, and serving as Secretary on the Executive Board last year, she is excited and honored to spend her third and final year with the Guild as its Chair.
Dan Squizzero ("Squizz" for short) is a Senior double-majoring in History and Theater at UMass. He has enjoyed the opportunity to serve the Theatre Guild in a few different capacities over the last 2 1/2 years. He has performed in one play (Rock 'N' Roll) and three musicals (Company, Cabaret, Children of Eden). During the Spring '12 Semester, he directed the play "The House of Blue Leaves" and also was the co-Tech Director for the musical "A Little Night Music." He is looking forward to a fun and successful year as Musical Producer.
Joy Silvey is a sophomore Social Thought and Political Economy major and Spanish minor here at the University. She has a passion for foreign language and has considered entering the field of translation upon graduation. Last year she became involved with the Theatre Guild as a scenic artist for the productions of Almost, Maine and A Little Night Music. This year she is thrilled to serve the Guild as Play Producer, and looks forward to the challenges of taking on more responsibility within the UMASS Theatre Guild.
SECRETARYKat Buckingham is a Senior at UMass majoring in Social Thought and Political Economy. She is very grateful to have joined the Guild after transferring to UMass in 2010, and has enjoyed working with this incredible group of people over the past two years. She has performed in three musicals - Company, Cabaret, and A Little Night Music - and was an assistant stage manager for Children of Eden.
William Holt is a junior at UMass majoring in Legal Studies and Political Science. he is very grateful to have joined the guild after coming to UMass in 2010, and has enjoyed working with this incredible group of people over the past year. He has performed in one play - Farragut North - but helped with the construction of all the sets within the last year.