The Last Train to Nibroc

A comedy by Arlene Hutton

We will be broadcasting a free live performance of The Last Train to Nibroc over Zoom!


Friday, March 12, 7:00pm
Saturday, March 13, 7:00pm 
Sunday, March 14, 2:00pm.

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The Last Train to Nibroc begins on a train in 1940.

Log on for a fun "almost" theater experience.

Donations are gratefully accepted.


About the Cast

Joe Ventricelli as Raleigh

Joe Ventricelli is an actor and singer.
BFA Carnegie Mellon University. Credits include:

Off-Broadway: Love’s Labour’s Lost; Sleep No More; National Tour: Joseph and the Amazing... 

NYC Fringe: Saints! (co-writer, performer)

Regional: She Loves Me (Headwaiter); Ragtime (Houdini); Godspell (John theBaptist/Judas); Camelot (Lancelot); The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert); Bridges of
Madison County
(u/s Robert).

Anna DeBlasio as May

Anna DeBlasio is excited to be a part of The Last Train to Nibroc.

Compass Rose credits: Hodel (Fiddler on the Roof); Guenevere (Camelot); The Girl (Roar of the Greasepaint…)

Regional: It Happened in Key West (Fulton Theatre); Guenevere in Camelot (Broadway Theatre of Pitman); Hangar Theatre: The Little Prince (Little Prince), Bunnicula (Mrs. Monroe), and Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen (the Woman).

Training: Shakespeare & Company. BA Theatre and English, Loyola University MD.

Anna has taught Shakespeare in the US, and worked in Slovakia as an actor/teacher/writer with Dramatic Adventure Theatre. She has also participated in new play development and outreach programs at Baltimore Center Stage, notably for PlayLab 2017 and Anna Deavere Smith’s Notes From the Field.