Lindsey Bristol

(Dr. Janet/Don)

Lindsey is a New York-based actress with a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Montevallo. Favorite credits: Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (Thin Air Theatre Co), Elsa Schraeder in The Sound of Music (Papermill Theater Co.), Catherine in Pippin (University of Montevallo), Essie in Parade (Magic City Actor's Theater), Mrs. Cratchett/Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol (Sundog Theater Co), Grace in Annie (Gulfport Little Theatre), and My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra (Papermill Theater Co). Thanks and love to my family, and a HUGE Thank You to the creative team for this ride on the Dinosaur Train. SDG!


Cat Greenfield


Favorite credits include: Trenna in Ring of Fire (Cortland Repertory Theatre), Tillie in Mexican Hayride (Musicals Tonight), Avenue Zoo, original cast, Songs for a New World (Ratio Theatre Company), Ariel in Disney Dreams (Disney Cruise Lines), and Anastasia Tremaine in Twice Charmed (Disney Cruise Lines). Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance, Christopher Newport University. Love to Richard!


Vicki Oceguera

(Tiny/Dr. Janet u.s.)

Vicki is so excited to be on board the Dinosaur Train! Favorite credits include: National Tour: The Jack Sprat Low-Fat World Tour (Gloria Sprat); Off-Broadway: Treasure Island (Mrs. Hawkins), Eeek! A Mousical (Clarissa Country Mouse), Honestly Abe (Sally Lincoln), Pageant Princess: The Musical (Donna Lou). Regional: The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), Grease (Jan), The Cat in the Hat (Thing 1). She has also performed as a puppeteer in over 10 touring shows with Wildlife Theatre and performed in 2 of their main stage productions at the Bronx Zoo. Thank you to the cast, crew and team!


Maggie Ronck

(Mrs. Pteranodon)

Maggie is thrilled to be performing with the cast in Dinosaur Train! Her favorite dinosaur growing up was a Brontosaurus now known as the Apatosaurus! Recent credits include Maria in Swing! The Musical and Gretchen Von Krupf in Nine (Regional). B.A., Theatre and Drama, Indiana University. Thanks to Izzy for his inspiration and much love to Matt.


Vincent Rostkowski


Vincent Rostkowski is a vocalist, stage actor, voice actor, and puppeteer who hails from Bethlehem, PA. He studied Theatre Performance at Northampton Community College and has worked in the industry as a guest conductor, music director, stage and house manager, and most recently as a high school theatre director. Select PA acting credits include: Hair (George Berger), Assassins (Balladeer/Lee Harvey Oswald), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Snoopy), Company (Paul) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Gangster #2). Vincent is proud to be making his national touring debut with Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train Live! Buddy's Bid Adventure!


Kelley Selznick


Kelley is a New York-based puppeteer and puppet builder. Recent Credits: Erth Dinosaur Zoo Live National Tour 2014 (puppeteer/puppet wrangler), The Never Bell (premiered at BAM's Puppet on Film Festival) and La Divina Caricatura (Mabou Mines). Kelley has worked for many New York puppet companies such as Shadow Box Theatre and Chinese Theatre Works. She graduated with honors from Cal State Northridge with a B.A. in Theatre. She apprenticed with shadow puppeteer Maria Bodmann, New York-based puppeteer Jessica Scott and Turkish stop-motion artist Ozlem Akin. More info at Go Dinosaurs!


Xalvador Tin-Bradbury


Theatre credits: Count Mercy in Madame Infamy at the Signature Theatre (New York Musical Theatre Festival), Bartley in The Cripple of Inishmaan with Shirley Knight, Benjamin Button the Musical (Fundamental Theatre Project), Jim Rado's SUPERSOLDIER (New York Theatre Barn), Dionysus in The Bacchae (Envelope Ensemble), and Damis in Tartuffe (ACC). Thank you to Arnold Mungioli and Sande Campbell for all their love and support. Social media plug: @notXalvador


Darnell Wickham


Darnell is a Brooklyn native that found his love for arts while in high school when he performed in The Taming of the Shrew. He continued his education at Long Island University earning a B.A. in Criminal Justice and minor in Theatre. He has worked the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre where he developed as a puppeteer. He has also performed during the 2011 Summer Stage season for the festival's first-ever puppet theater show, Tunde's Trumpet. Select Television: "Celebrity Ghost Stories," "Celebrity Close Calls" (Bio Channel) "White Collar" (USA Network), "Michael & Michael Have Issues" (Comedy Central), "The Onion News" (IFC), "Twelve Years a Slave" (Travel Channel). Independent Film: Dirty Shield.


Daniel Seth

(Associate Director)

Dan is happy to take another ride on the Dinosaur Train this year, after first working with Henson on Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas (Goodspeed) and Jim Henson's Musical World (Carnegie Hall). Other selected theatrical credits include Avenue QImaginOceanVanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, and Sleep No More. On screen, Daniel has worked on films including Lee Daniels' The ButlerFruitvale Station, and Zulu, as well as a comedic web series called Redheads Anonymous. Daniel also works as an Educator at New York's Museum of the Moving Image (the future home of Jim Henson: The Exhibition). Thanks to John! NYU Alum; member of SDC. For the lovers, the dreamers, and you. 




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