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The Cast of

The Sound of Silence

Vince Dalba
(Robert Graham)


Vince has lived in LA for about four years; he is originally from Rochester, NY, where he has acted with theatre groups including Black Sheep Theatre and The Penfield Players. Some credits include The Old Man in Fool for Love, Perp 1 in Last Period, and Hal in Proof. Most recently he played Dromio of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors at Mysterium. He is thrilled to be a part of OC-centric! Vince would like to send his love to his family and friends for all their love and support! He would like to leave you with a quote by John F. Kennedy, “Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind."   

Laura Zenoni
(Anna Hendrix)


Laura is so excited to be part of the cast of The Sound of Silence for OC-centric 2013. Previous credits include: Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Campolindo High School) and Susan Paige in Stage Door (Chapman University). She is currently in Chapman’s BFA Theater program. Laura would like to thank her friends, family, and professors for all their love and support.

Matthew Domenico


Matthew is very excited to be performing with OC-Centric at Chapman University this summer. Matthew is no stranger to the stage and has performed in many theaters across Orange County. He is currently studying Theater Arts at Golden West College. Some of Matthew's past esteemed productions he has been in are 12 Angry Men, Twilight Zone, and Herman Melville's Moby Dick.

Angelia Formisano


Originally from Las Vegas, NV., Angelia is proud to have just graduated Chapman University with a BFA in Theatre Performance. Recent credits includeCross the Line (a devised theatre project), The Worlds Within the Words of Elie Wiesel, the Chapman University BFA Actor Showcase, and the role of Joanne in Company. She is currently working on various short films with students from Chapman’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, and is thrilled to be performing in OC-centric for her third consecutive year. “Thank you Tamiko, Eric, Doug, cast, crew, & audience!”

Jack Paul Clark
(Joseph Steinbeck)

Jack is a is a member of ImprovCity, the improv team providing clean, all-ages, family-friendly comedy throughout Orange County. In July, he was named ImprovCity's Player of the Month for a second time. His theatre credits include roles as Chris Keller in All My Sons (Sierra Classic Theater), Thomas Putnam in The Crucible (Costa Mesa Playhouse) and Robert in the recent 24 Hour Creative at Camino Real Playhouse. Jack also stars as Sam Barnes in webisodes of The Sam & Sadie Show.

Paul Jasser
(Raymond Myers/Jack O’Neill)


This performance marks Paul's third consecutive appearance in OC-centric, having previously played roles in Gene Fiskin's In Search of Reason and John Lane's Isosceles. His recent stage credits include roles in Romeo and Juliet at Mysterium and The Ballad of Don Q or the High Adventures of "Sixgun" Q and The Cantor's Tale (as Father Firmin St. Cloud) at the Hunger Artists Theatre Company. He is thrilled to be a part of this summer's festival. .

David Glaser

David's theatre credits include You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, Urinetown, Into The Woods, Clue, All This Intimacy and The Curious Savage. He will also be playing Greg in A Chorus Line this upcoming winter. David graduated from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York and is currently attending San Francisco State University. He is always grateful for the family and friends in his life and the opportunity to perform onstage yet again..

Emily Jacobson


A native Texan, Emily is currently a BFA Theatre Performance major at Chapman University. She is delighted to have the opportunity to perform with OC-centric for the first time. Her previous stage credits include Tony Gillette in Stage Door, Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, Martha in The Secret Garden, and Adelaide in Guys and Dolls. Emily would like to thank her cast, family, professors, and friends for their love, guidance, liveliness, and support.

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