Jennifer Lee (She/Her) currently lives in New Jersey with her wife, Casey, and their dog, Winnie. With a deep love of theatre and storytelling, she has worked in publishing, stage management, and arts administration. Since receiving her Master's Degree in Theatre Administration from Rowan University, Jennifer has been working at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, NJ. She is so excited to be joining the team of We Thr3e Queens and can't wait to bring you amazing shows!
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Kenneth L. Waters, Jr. (He/Him) has been involved in theater for over a decade around the DMV area. He is a graduate from The College of Southern Maryland and Frostburg State University with degrees in Theatrical Design and Performance. He is currently the Production Stage Manager at Roxy Regional Theatre in Clarksville, Tennessee. He has been involved in numerous productions both on and off stage. He brings his unique vision and creativity to the “We Thr3e Queens Productions”.
Finn Coy-Gresavage/Finn Gerhardt (They/Them) is a trans-masculine, non-binary drag king hailing from the deep woods of Southern Maryland. 'A Gentlethem and A Scholar,' Finn makes it their mission to bring the 'T' in LGBTQ+ out into the open with performances reflecting the queer experience. With decades of stage performance under their belt, Finn lives to educate, enlighten and entertain.
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Sean Michael Fraser (He/Him) has been active in Theater, both on-stage and back-stage, for over 24 years. After teaching yoga to kids and adults for 10 years he has made the move into real estate and is currently getting his license. When not upside-down in forearm stand, Sean is actively creating yoga classes with The Cosplayin Yogis, enjoying his new vegan life-style, and an activist working on creating space and visibility for his fellow LGBTQI+ family.
Gary Bernard DiNardo (He/Him) is a graduate of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, where he earned his BSN, as well as a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, where he earned his BA in Theatre Arts. Over the past five years he has performed in Northern Virginia and Maryland community theatres. A 2019 WATCH Award recipient for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play for his role in “Bent,” he is proud to spend his workdays at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital as the Administrator of the Blood and Marrow Collection Program. There he works with the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) network and selfless Donors from all over the country, to provide hope to recipients all around the globe. As the We Thr3e Queens Productions’ Executive Director, he is excited and proud to see how the Queens’ baby has grown and is already looking forward to the team’s future endeavors!