2021-2022 Executive Board
David is from Jackson, New Jersey. He is a sophomore Journalism major. His favorite CPTG memory was playing Sheriff Earl in All Shook Up and getting down on one knee to sing "Can't Help Falling In Love."
Through CPTG, I've made wonderful friends who I am lucky to act alongside. CPTG is a very accepting group, and being a member was the highlight of my freshman year!
Francesca is a junior double major in Journalism and Environmental Science from Somerset, New Jersey. She is excited to help reintegrate Chapple Players into the non-virtual world after a long year of zoom calls and recorded productions. Her favorite CPTG memory was getting to be silly as Thing 402 in last year’s virtual Dr.Seuss Children’s Performance.
I love being a part of CPTG; It has allowed me to find a group of people who are just as passionate about theater and not only don’t mind me badly belting my favorite broadway sound, but actively join in!”
Public Relations chair
Abby is a Junior Public Relations Major with a minor in Government and Politics from East Bridgewater, MA. This is her first year on e-board and she is very excited to be combining her love for theater and media! Her goals for this year include spearheading campaigns to engage with the membership, past and present, on a regular basis and creating quality content for cast and crew to remember shows by. Her favorite CPTG memory is meeting her roomate, Molly, during her first CPTG audition for Peter and the Starcatcher.
I have been doing theater for a very long time, but CPTG is the first theater community I felt welcomed and safe. This organization has helped me rediscover my love for theater and given me my best friends. I am so thankful to be able to continue doing what I love with these amazing people.
Kolbi-Rae Edney is a Communications major with a minor in fashion studies from Chino Hills California. She is very excited to be apart of all the fun and diverse shows Chappell Players will be performing this year. Her favorite Chappell Players memory is all the pre-show dressing room jam sessions.
Chappell Players kept me at St. Johns. I was so homesick and didnt think that being away from home was going to be so hard. I ultimately decided to audition for All shook up in hopes of taking my mind off of being homesick and my life changed forever. I met the most amazing and talented people and ultimately never wanted to go home after that.”
Nicole is a Junior Homeland Security major from Perth Amboy, New Jersey. This is her third year on the Executive Board. She hopes to facilitate an environment that is welcoming to all. Her favorite memory was getting to stage manage our production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory her freshman year.
Chappell Players made St. John’s my home away from home. It has challenged me to grow both personally and theatrically. Doing shows with CPTG has enabled me to find life long friends.
Nicholas J. Caccavo
INTERIM ARTISTIC DIRECTOR