The Real Housewives of Troy follows the fates of Hecuba, Andromache, Cassandra and the other women of Troy after their city has been destroyed and their husbands killed. Watch as the dethroned Trojan queen, Hecuba, curses Helen as the cause of this destruction in a comical play on a true Greek tragedy.
Nancy Lantis (Hecuba, Director & Writer
Having butted heads with this director and writer before, Nancy feels beyond fortunate to have been cast in this long-awaited show working alongside such talented actors. On this stage she’s been in Sugar & Spies (BSTC), The Gingerbread Lady (ETLA), and others, and directed ETLA’s Appaloosa and Off Book Theatre Co’s Theatre in a Week: Christmas Edition. She’s appeared in many silly CTG comedies and sometimes co-stars on T.V. (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Winning Time, Our Flag Means Death, Space Force, and others). She could never have taken on this rewarding, Herculean task if not for the patience, support, and feedback of her husband Phil and offspring George and Sally.
Gin Treadwell-Eng (Agathe)
GIN TREADWELL-ENG (Agathe)
Gin is delighted to be back on The MAIN stage and performing with such a talented group of friends! Most recently she was seen in Eclipse Theatre’s YouTube episodic series The Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus as the goddess of all goddesses, Hera. Favorite past roles include Suite Surrender (Claudia McFadden), Steel Magnolias (Truvy), 9-5 The Musical! (Doralee), Little Women (Marmie), and Rex’s Ex’s (Peaches). When not on stage, Gin is busy beautifying homes as an interior designer. She thanks Nancy for the opportunity to be a part of such a funny and creative show, and her husband and daughters for their never-ending love and support.
Abi Bowling (Dorkas)
Abi is quite possibly having too much fun working on this production, and that is all thanks to her wildly talented castmates and production team. Previous roles include: Sherry in The Amish Project, Mrs. Gardiner in Pride and Prejudice, Mrs. Phelps in Matilda the Musical, and Mrs. Beaver in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. Abi is grateful to Nancy for immediately thinking of her when casting for the dim housewife… oh, wait… wha?
Jeni Seidler Wilson (Oinone)
When Jeni heard that she would be once again acting alongside her muse and inspiration Liam Johnson in RHOT, she could hardly contain her excitement. It had been too long since she last shared the stage with him in The Diviners and, though she tried to fill that void by assistant directing for Bullshot Crummond and the Children’s Cabaret at the CTG, it just wasn’t the same. She would also like to thank her daughters and her husband Doug for their love and support.
Spencer Ty Pierson (Sethos)
Spencer is overjoyed to be working with Eclipse Theatre after a three-year break. Selected Credits: Into the Woods (Jack), Spring Awakening, The Music Man and Mamma Mia (5-Star Theatricals), Alice in Wonderland (Glendale Centre Theatre), Disneyland Parades, and Annie Get Yer Gun (Candlelight Pavilion). For QMK and her fans.
Miranda Jane Bowling (Cassandra)
Miranda is having an absolute blast in her second ETLA production, coming hot on the heels of her first (The Sandman). Previous roles include: Maleficent in Disney’s Descendants, the Musical, The Boy in The Velveteen Rabbit, Theo in Pippin, Hortensia/Matilda Understudy in Matilda the Musical, and Lucy in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, for which she received the CTG Goldie for Best Youth Actress, 2018-19. Hugs to all her cast and crew-mates, with extra for both her stage mother and her mother on-stage.
Keri Green (Helen)
Keri is excited for her debut with the Eclipse Theatre LA! Playing the role of the most beautiful woman in the world is certainly the pinnacle of her career and it's probably all downhill from here. She'd like to thank all her admirers for their continued admiration.
Liam Johnson (Talthybius)
Liam is extremely excited to be back at The MAIN with his fellow castmates from previous shows such as, Sugar & Spies and The Diviners. He's also happy to be working alongside new actors that bring a special "fos" to this production. Above all, he is thrilled to be working once again with his hero and life coach, Jeni Seidler-Wilson. Thank you to his parents and family for their never-ending support.
Chris Loprete (Menelaus)
This is Chris’s first time on stage…since March of 2020. Oh, before that he was performing for, like, 30 years. Mostly stage, some TV and film. He’s toured the country, written and performed a one man show, been paid to perform, not been paid. Who cares? We’re all here tonight. Thank you for supporting independent small theatre.
Ashley Taylor (Andromache)
Ashley is an actor/writer, as well as a board member of Theatre West. But a journey up the I-5N led her to a magical troupe of Trojans (and some bastard Greeks) where she gets to play Andromache (or An-drama-queen, to her “friends”) in this divine dramedy. Many thanks to the HBIC, Nancy Lantis, who brought her in after over a decade of being connected by shows, but never actually IN one together. Hugs & high fives to Stephen and Killian who continually inspire and entertain her.
Sanya Arnold (Athena)
This is the first show Sanya’s ever been in where she doesn’t have to attend every performance! Some previous shows you may have seen her in are Sugar & Spies, All Inclusive, and Change the Station with The Big Sandwich Theatre Co, Steel Magnolias and Bullshot Crummond with The CTG, And Then There Were None with ETLA, and The Diviners.
Christopher Flowers (Poseidon)
Chris is coming up on ten years in Santa Clarita Theatre and Arts community. He is honored to add whatever modest skills he can giving back to the city his family now calls home. He is a SAG member, account manager, theater house manager, and co-founder of The Big Sandwich Theatre Company.