2020-2021 Executive Board
Nicole is a Junior Management major with a minor in Homeland Security. Her hometown is Perth Amboy, New Jersey. This is her second year on the Executive Board. She is most excited about guiding CPTG through this year of "firsts," as well as upholding our prestige as an organization. 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.
Kristin is a Junior all the way from Brea, California. She is an English major with minors in Public Relations and Musical Theatre. This is her second year serving on the Executive Board. She is excited to respond and adapt to the changes that this unusual year will present and find new ways to mobilize our social medias to get information out to our members while still creating a space for us to function as a family. Her favorite memory was getting to play a man in our most recent musical, All Shook Up.
A lot of people go to college and never really find their place. Not only have I found my place with CPTG, I’ve found a space to do what I love while being taught valuable lessons, being pushed to be better, and all the time doing it with a group of people I love and cherish.
Maura is a sophomore Public Relations major with a minor in Musical Theatre from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. She is most excited to expand her horizons by producing one of our main stage shows. Her favorite CPTG memory was getting cast in All Shook Up; she almost didn't audition because she was nervous but she's very grateful she did.
I truly could not imagine my college experience without Chappell Players! The organization has already brought so many new friends into my life, and given me the opportunity to grow immensely as a person and performer. I also love that I have been able to maintain my connection to theatre without being a theatre major, which is something I was worried about in high school.
Josh is a junior Finance major from Dallas, Texas. He is excited to continue CPTG's welcoming culture and put on awesome shows. His favorite memory was getting to play in his first live band during our 20th Annual Cabaret for Charity: CabaVegas.
CPTG has influenced my life at St John’s by allowing me to pursue multiple facets of my artistic self and giving me many of my closest friends.
Public Relations chair
Sheila is a Junior Public Relations Major from Islip, New York. This is her second term as Public Relations Chair. She is excited to expand our channels and increase our internet presence. She says there will be many more ways for members and alum to stay connected with us. Her favorite CPTG memory was the flashmob in Montgoris Dining Hall this year to promote our musical.
Even though I really enjoy my studies, CPTG is my true home at school. It’s a place where I can come to forget about everything else going on and spend quality time with my closest friends. I spend more time in the theatre than I do in my dorm, but I wouldn’t change it for anything!
David is from Jackson, New Jersey. He is a sophomore Journalism major. He is excited to expand on the yearbook this year, as well as continue the historian's track record of producing great content for the Youtube channel. 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!
Nicholas J. Caccavo
Nicholas J. Caccavo