The Creative Team

Linda McInerney (Producer) is a graduate of Middlebury College with a double major in Theater and French. She has worked for over twenty years as an actor, singer, director, and producer in New York and throughout New England, with credits including Circle Repertory Company and ABC’s All My Children.

She earned an MFA in Directing from UMass Amherst and is Artistic Director of Old Deerfield Productions, where her credits include The Glass Menagerie, The Belle of Amherst, Blithe Spirit, Sealskin, John Brown’s Body, Women of the Valley, Roshomon, The Miser, Pride’s Crossing, Plainsong, Molly Sweeney, She Stoops to Conquer, W;t, Waiting for Godot, The Cure at Troy by Seamus Heaney, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, and The Importance of Being Earnest. Ms. McInerney has also taught theater at Deerfield Academy, Deerfield Elementary School, Eaglebrook School, and UMass. 

Kevin Maroney (Director) is proud to be working with this great team on this fabulous project, and thanks you for your interest and attention. Johnny is the second radio play directed by Kevin; the Legend of Sleepy Hollow was the inaugural event for the Old Deerfield Radio Theater. He recently
completed a fantastic run, as Squire, in The Majestic Theater production of Skin Deep. Other recent acting roles include the Guard in Removable Alien at Smith College and the Sergeant in The Madwoman of Chaillot with Old Deerfield Productions. He appeared as Kiril Ivakin in the New Century Theatre’s Superior Donuts. As an artistic associate with the Hampshire Shakespeare Company, Kevin played Camillo in The Winter’s Tale, and Marcellus and the English Ambassador in Hamlet. His roles in regional musicals include Sir in The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd (directed by Vickie Phillips) and Franz in The Producers. He earned a BA in English (magna cum laude) from Seton Hall University, and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University. Kevin lives in Shelburne Falls with his lovely, patient wife and their two teenage children, both of whom are Dean's List students at UMass Amherst.

Jaz Tupelo (Sound Designer) is an Ada Comstock scholar at Smith College who will be graduating in December with a degree in Theatre. She was the sound designer for last
year's Smith College production of PRIVATE LIVES. As a performer, she was most recently seen in MARAT/SADE as Coulmier. She also appeared in Deirdre Kinahan's MOMENT, as well as the NCT/Smith College co-production of NICKEL AND DIMED. She is a Northampton resident, and in her former life was a radio personality at WRSI and the producer for The Bill Dwight Show on WHMP. She is currently writing a radio sitcom based on her experiences in radio.

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