Who's Who?

Anna Allegretti (Elizabeth Proctor) is a Senior at Xaverian High School. This is her seventh production with the school, and she is very excited to be a part of it! Anna’s past roles include Peter Quince in A Midsummer's Night Dream, Julia in The Wedding Singer, Vivienne in Legally Blonde and Alice Sycamore in You Can’t Take It With You. Anna is also part of Xaverian’s Chorus and Varsity Swim Team. She would like to thank her parents for all the support and the Dramatics family for making each show an amazing experience!!

Emily Arteaga (Accused) is a freshman at Xaverian participating in her first Dramatics production.

Sena Ates (Abigail's Circle) is participating in her third Xaverian Dramatics production. You may remember her as School Bully 1 and the Charitable Collector in A Christmas Carol or as the Bridesmaid and Veltri Wedding Guest (The Wedding Singer). Outside of Xaverian, Sena enjoys playing video games and hanging out with friends. She would like to thank Mr. Randazzo, Mr. Mace,  Mr. Hendrick, and Mr. Santel for all of their hard work. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Ella Batas (Accused) is a freshman at Xaverian participating in her first Dramatics production.

Langley Berat (Sarah Good) is a senior at Xaverian High School. This is not her first appearance in a Xaverian production. She was a cast member in the musical Bye Bye Birdie and in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. She is a member of the Cross Country, Indoor Track and Field, and Lacrosse Teams as well as the Chorus and Concert Band. She would like to thank her family and everyone at Xaverian who made the show possible. She is thrilled to be part of this amazing performance.

Dominick Caruso (Thomas Putnam) is a freshman who runs cross country and track and field. He also is part of the robotics club. He is an alumnus of Saint Patrick’s School in Richmond Town, Staten Island. He has been involved in Dramatics since the third grade. He is grateful for his Mom, Dad, brother, and the friends that he's made along the way for their ongoing support and help.

Conrad Cheung (Composer) has composed music for You Can’t Take It With You, A Christmas Carol, and The Crucible. He also played in the pit orchestra for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bye Bye Birdie, You Can’t Take It With You, Legally Blonde, and The Wedding Singer. Conrad plays the piano, drums, percussion, baritone and alto saxes, and bass clarinet in MAX, plays in Jazz Band I, Select Band, Rock Band, Chorus, clarinet and saxophone quartet, leads the Jazz Combo, and is also on the Varsity Boys Tennis team.

Milena Chiari (Student Director) is so excited to take on this role of Student Director in the production of The Crucible! Previous credits include Beauty and the Beast (Villager), The Wizard of Oz (Munchkin), Singin’ in the Rain (Ensemble), Charlie Brown (Linus), Elf (Santa), and so much more! Milena has always loved theater, and is a Broadway junkie through and through. She is also a member of the JV Girls' Lacrosse team at Xaverian, as well as a former member of the XC/Track and Field team at Xaverian. A huge thank you to Mr. Santel for giving her this incredible opportunity, and to her mom, for always driving her to and from countless rehearsals. She is very proud of her contributions to The Crucible, and hopes that everyone enjoys the show!

Alexandra D'Agostino (Student Director) is a junior at Xaverian participating in her fifth Dramatics production. Previously roles include Enid Hoops in Legally Blonde and Linda in The Wedding Singer.

Sofia DeSanto (Abigail's Circle) is taking part in her fifth Xaverian Dramatics production. This is the first year she is acting in a play, as she worked the lights for the past three shows and voiced a small role in Xaverian’s, A Christmas Carol. She also participates in chorus and select band at Xaverian among many other clubs. She would like to thank Mr. Randazzo and Mr. Santel for all their dedicated, hard work and the many opportunities they provide year after year.

Gabriella DiSalvo (Student Director), more commonly known as Gabby, is participating in her second Xaverian Dramatics production. Although this is her first time directing a performance, Gabby is no stranger to leadership roles. She is the president and co-founder of Xhale Club and has led rare disease fundraisers, raising more than $35,000 in the last four years with the help of her school community. She is part of several clubs, such as Chess Club, Cooking Club (both Genesis and High School), and Key Club. Gabby has learned to use her voice to advocate for people with disabilities through her cooking blog, called "Cooking on Wheels." She posts recipes and adaptive kitchen tips and tricks on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook. Gabby’s passion is to be the director/producer of her own cooking show, where she will be able to share her story with the world. She would like to thank her fellow directors, Alex, Milena, Brianna, and Mr. Santel, for bringing this play to life. She is so grateful to the cast, including her friends, Kai, Leon, Anna, Gio, and Emily, for welcoming her into the Xaverian Dramatics family. She would like to thank her dad, mom, and Maria for all their help these last couple of months. Finally, Gabby would like to give a special thank you to one of her fellow directors and closest friends, Brianna, for always rolling with the punches (pun intended), believing in her, and going along on this journey with her. Gabby hopes you enjoy the show!

Deanna Dorival (Tituba) is participating in her first Xaverian Dramatics production. Outside of Xaverian however, she is a bit of a movie buff, a lover of books, crime-stopping shows, and arts and crafts. Deanna would love to thank her parents and her sister in all but blood Rebecca for supporting her and encouraging her to audition for the show back in September. She hopes that you will enjoy the show!

Emily Downey (Martha Corey) is a senior at Xaverian High School. Emily is excited and grateful to participate in her first XHS production. Emily has been involved with several other productions which include Narrows Community Theater’s productions of Willy Wonka, Miracle on 34th Street, Shrek, Seussical, The Addams Family, The Little Mermaid, A Wonderful Life, and School of Rock. Emily’s most recent show credits include FHA’s production of Hairspray 19’ (Prudy Pingleton) and Legally Blonde 20/21’ (Vivienne Kensington). Emily would like to thank her phenomenal directors Mr. Santel and Mr.Randazzo for their hard work and strong ambition to bring live theater back to XHS and for creating an artistic and chilling rendition of The Crucible. She hopes the cast and crew breaks a leg and that the audience may enjoy the show!

Margot Dragos (Abigail's Circle) has been doing drama ever since she was in second grade. This is her second performance at Xaverian, and she is very excited to be doing it in-person this year! She’s also involved in Xaverian’s art and literary magazine, The Voyager, and Intermediate Guitar Ensemble. She would like to thank Mr. Santel, Mr. Randazzo, Mr. Hendrick, and Mr. Mace for making this play possible! She hopes you have a good time and enjoy the show! 

Amanda Driscoll (Ann Putnam) is excited to be acting in her third Xaverian show as Ann Putnam. She is heavily involved in many activities in Xaverian and enjoys reading, art, and music. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Emily Encarnacion (Deputy Gov. Danforth) is participating in her third Xaverian Dramatics production. She was previously part of the ensemble in The Wedding Singer and A Christmas Carol. Outside of performing, Emily enjoys singing and spending time with friends and family. She would like to thank her family for their love and support. Emily would also like to give a special thanks to Mr. Santel, Mr. Randazzo, and the entire cast and crew for making this an amazing experience. Hope you enjoy the show!

Mia Franki (Abigail's Circle) is a sophomore participating in her second Xaverian Dramatics production.

Emma Fu (Ezekiel Cheever) is participating in her fourth Xaverian Dramatics production. You saw her as a student in Legally Blonde, Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol and several characters in A Wedding Singer. She has had a wonderful time exploring the role of Cheever. Emma can play the guitar and ukelele, and wants to play the violin. She usually watches Minecraft Youtubers in her free time, where she analyzes the worlds of Empires SMP and Last Life SMP. 

Talia Hayes
(John Willard) is a junior participating in her second Xaverian Dramatics production.

Hannah Jusino (Accused) is participating in her first Xaverian Dramatics Production. Besides dramatics, Hannah is involved in the Xaverian Chorus, Art Club, Xhale Club, and Knitting Club. She would like to thank her family and friends for supporting her in everything she does. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Jovanna Luberis (Accused) is a freshman at Xaverian participating in her first Dramatics production.

Anastasia Madimenos (Accused) is a freshman at Xaverian High school. Anastasia has participated in many shows prior to The Crucible,  such as Beauty and the beast and Susical the Musical.  When she is not acting, singing, or in school she plays basketball for her church, swims for St. Anslems, and dances Greek Traditional dances with her Dance Troupe. Anastasia would like to thank her parents and her family for supporting her throughout the way. She would also like to thank her friends for always being there for her. To the directors, cast, crew ,and everyone involved in The Crucible, a big thank you for working so hard to make this play a huge success. Anastasia is honored and grateful to be a part of this amazing Clipper family. 

Rosie Maese (Accused) is very excited to be in her first play at Xaverian! She is involved in Speech & Debate, Harp Ensemble, Key Club, and of course, Dramatics! Enjoy the show!

Taylor Mahoney (Abigail's Circle) is a sophomore at Xaverian participating in her first Dramatics production.

Brianna Mannino (Student Director) is taking part in her second Xaverian Dramatics production and is honored to take part in it. She is a senior at Xaverian High School. Brianna was a voice actor in the podcast of A Christmas Carol (Dramatics). For this production, she decided to give directing a try. Brianna loves doing her makeup, hanging out with her friends, and listening to her favorite music. She thanks her Mom, Dad, brother, grandmother and best friends for all their support. 

Alexa Mastoros (Abigail's Circle) is 14 years old and has always dreamed of acting in plays. She is honored to be in this play, and she hopes you enjoy how it's turned out!

Julia McLoughlin (Betty Parris) is so excited to be participating in her third Xaverian dramatics production. Julia is very excited to be playing Betty and wants to thank all her fellow cast,  the crew, student directors, and Mr. Santel for all their support and hard work. She hopes you enjoy the show! 

Erika McMenemy (Abigail’s Circle) is excited to be participating in her first Xaverian Dramatics production. Outside of Xaverian, she likes to write, play ukulele, and read books. She would like to thank her friends, her parents, and her brother for supporting her. Enjoy the show!

Jonathan Miranda (Rebecca Nurse) is participating in his second Xaverian Dramatics production. He performed in last years show (The Wedding Singer), and played the role of Robbies father. He also plays in Xaverian’s Select band and runs on Xaverian’s Cross Country team. He would like to thank his family and friends for their support in this years production. He hopes to see you at the show! 

Finn Morrison-Buck (Accused) is a freshman at Xaverian participating in his first Dramatics production.

Sabrina Oliveri (Abigail Williams) is so grateful to be playing Abigail in her third Dramatics production. She previously voiced Narrator #1 and the School Master in A Christmas Carol, and was in the ensemble and a dance captain in The Wedding Singer. "Thank you to everyone who has supported me, and I hope you enjoy the show!"

Timothy Perry (Giles Corey) is a senior at Xaverian participating in his second Dramatics production.

Kaitlyn Raiola (Mary Warren) has been in multiple shows with Xaverian Dramatics (and one podcast!), from A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Legally Blonde. Outside of Dramatics, she enjoys all things music, pasta, and a good mystery novel. She’d like to thank the cast, crew, composer, and respective teachers for an amazing production—and you, dear reader, for coming to see the show!

Gianna Ramirez (Rev. John Hale) is participating in her second production at Xaverian Dramatics. When she isn’t on stage or preparing to be, she spends her time reading all of John Green's novels a suspicious amount of times or taking myself on walks in the park. She thanks her fellow cast mates for all the work that they have put into the show and hope that you all enjoy it. Especially if you are her grandma. 

Sienna Santangelo (Abigail's Circle) is a freshman at Xaverian who is thrilled to join Xaverian Dramatics in the performance of The Crucible. Sienna has been exploring different theatrical genres as Joanne in Godspell, Eponine in Les Misérables and Luisa in Sound of Music to bassist Katie in School of Rock, Cyndra in High School Musical, and Sebastian in Little Mermaid with off-Broadway companies in NYC. She has also tried her high soprano skills in Tosca with Amore Opera, performing a solo in Latin as Shepherd, as well as in several other opera choir performances. Her film experience includes Olivia in This Guy’s Insane directed by A. Aibel. Sienna considers herself a triple threat, as she is also a member of the VSPAC platinum winning dance team and finesses her pointe, ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical and contemporary dance skills after school. She was excited to become a part of the Xaverian Cheer Team and is super thankful to her cheer coaches for helping her juggle the cheer practices with theater rehearsals. Sienna feels blessed to be able to join her theater soulmates on stage and is grateful to her Xaverian teachers, coaches, and parents for their support and teaching, and most importantly to God for blessing her with the gift of voice, movement and expression that allows her to open her soul to others and take them with her on the journey of life on stage. 

Natalie Scamardella (Rev. Samuel Parris) is a senior at Xaverian High School. She is also part of the cross country team and the track and field team. You might’ve seen her freshman year and the productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream and Bye Bye Birdie. You also might’ve caught her name as producer in the online showing of A Christmas Carol. She’s is really excited to be part of the first live showing in two years.

Casey Schriver (Accused) is preforming in her first Xaverian dramatics production. Outside of dramatics Casey also participates in Xaverian's Music and Sports programs. She would like to thank her parents, Mr. Santel, and the cast of the Crucible for making this happen. She hopes you enjoy the show.

Amanda Summa (Susanna Walcott) is a sophomore at Xaverian and participating in her third Xaverian Dramatics production. She performed in last year’s A Christmas Carol as well as The Wedding Singer. In her free time, she loves to sing, spend time with her friends, shop, and take walks around her neighborhood. She would like to thank Mr. Santel, Mr. Randazzo, Mr. Mace, and Mr. Hendrick for all of their hard work. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Martina Tamayo (Mercy Lewis) is a Junior at Xaverian. This is her third Xavierian production. She was previously in Legally Blonde and The Wedding Singer. She's been in two Xaverian musicals and this is her first fall play. Martina enjoys singing,dancing and acting, she has been performing almost her whole life. When Martina is not on stage she enjoys drawing, writing, playing guitar and spending time with her family and friends. She can’t wait for you to see The Crucible and is grateful that had the opportunity to be apart of such a fun, unique and captivating production. She would like to thank everyone involved. 

Nina Thomas (Judge Hathorne) is a junior at Xaverian high school. This is her second year of Xaverian Dramatics. She was last seen in The Wedding Singer! Other than Dramatics, she enjoys running, singing, and spending time with family and friends. She’d like to thank the crew as well as Mr.Santel for a wonderful first fall play! 

Isabella Trewhella (Abigail's Circle) is participating in her second production in Xaverian Dramatics. Having preformed in The Wedding Singer last year, this is the first play she has has had the honor to be a part of. She’d like to express her gratitude to the crew, cast, orchestra, and all amazing teachers whose hard work into the show have made The Crucible an incredible production to remember. Additionally, she’d like to extend thanks to her family, friends, and all those who supported her!

Sydney Vero (Francis Nurse) is a junior at Xaverian High School and this is her second dramatics production. She is also in chorus! When she is not performing, she loves to watch movies, listen to music, and spend time with family and friends. She is so proud of everyone and so grateful that she has an amazing Dramatics family. She would love to thank Mr. Randazzo, Mr. Santel, Annie and the cast for making this show incredible!

Giovanni Vizcarrondo (John Proctoris participating in his first ever Xaverian production.  This is his second play in his lifetime.  Outside of dramatics, Giovanni is a member of 7 different clubs, including robotics and speech and debate, as well as the bowling team.  He loves action and sci-fi movies, as well as Broadway. He would like to thank his mother and father, his aunt and grandma, his teachers and directors, and his fellow cast members.  He hopes you like the show and appreciate everyone’s hard work.

Julia Yurman (Accused) is an open-minded and flexible person, and a freshman at Xaverian High School. "Doing this show is probably the most fun thing I've done in school so far!"

Nicole Zagula (George Herrick) is a junior in Xaverian High School, and this is her first year participating in Dramatics. Outside of Dramatics, Nicole participates in art, yearbook, chorus, speech and debate, and podcast club! "Thank you to all those who came to support the show. Sit back and try to relax, as this show will keep you on the edge of your seat!"