David Breen: Artistic Director
David has worked professionally in the entertainment industry for over twenty years. He studied acting and music for two years at The Actors Workshop in Boston, and has performed, written, directed and produced for several well known companies in the Boston area. Some notable roles in his career include:
- Wooden Shoes Eichorn in The Front Page with (Northern Stage in Vermont)
Father Paddy Murphy in the interactive dinner theater show Finnegan’s Wake (The Ant and The Grasshopper)
- The Ghost of Matthew Maul in Spirit of The Gables (The House of The Seven Gables, Salem, MA)
- Lead/narrator for Winnekenni Castles Haunted House (later becoming team leader and co-director)
…and most importantly as a pirate tour guide for 6 years at the New England Pirate Museum in Salem Mass.
As well as serving as Artistic Director for the King Serpent Variety Troupe, David works as a performing arts coach for JapeScape Productions and Alphabest Education, a children’s entertainer for Bruce’s Fun Company, and a tour guide for Salem Historical Tours. David is an active member of Alley 54 the Great Boston Clowns of America. Most recently David worked with Bruce Lawson to produce, script, and perform the Haunted Walk for The Peabody Chamber of Commerce.
Michael Bloom: Music Director
Michael has been involved with music since the age of five years old. After feeling unsatisfied playing piano and trumpet, Michael gave up on music until the age of eleven when after seeing the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, he picked up his first guitar – the rest is history. Michael is well known for playing in such bands as Cul De Sac, Timworld, and Urban Ambience. Michael has also arranged to bring obscure but brilliant bands from Europe, and Brazil to perform in the Boston area.
Josephine Boone: Stage Manager
Specializing in Egyptian Orientale belly dance, Josephine has over 25 years of performing experience. She has performed in an incredibly wide variety of venues in her home city of Atlanta, GA, and then Dallas TX, including birthday bellygrams at office parties, numerous Renaissance festivals, top Middle Eastern restaurants, large corporate events, and even science fiction/fantasy conventions. With her move to Boston, MA, she has joined the local steampunk community and enjoyed experimenting with new elements for a unique performance.