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Fred Anzevino (Artistic Director) – 
Christopher Pazdernik (Producing Director) –
Matthew Chase (Director of Production) –

Audience Services
John Weagly (Box Office Manager) –
Chloe Beth (House Manager)
Eileen Tull (House Manager)

Marketing and Public Relations
Arts ink, Inc.
Inquires can be directed to Whitney Rhodes –

Elliott Fredland (Bookkeeper)

Food and Beverage
Niki Green (Bar Manager)

Building Staff
Charles Cannon (Facility Manager)


Thom Szymanski
Thom is a lifelong learner and educator who currently teaches diverse learners in the Little Village neighborhood in Chicago, IL. Thom holds 4 graduate degrees: two in business and two in education. Prior to joining Theo Ubique’s board, Thom served on two other non-profit organizations where he focussed on grant writing, fundraising and developing outreach curriculum to be used in schools. Thom has been fortunate to be recognized in the education field with several fellowships that have brought him to various corners of the globe – including his favorite, Antarctica!
Dick Moran
Richard (Dick) Moran received his MBA from the University of Chicago and is a Certified Public Accountant for small business, professional practices and individual clients. A life long Rogers Park resident, Dick currently serves as Treasurer for the Rogers Park Community Council and Rogers Park Community Development Corporation. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Illinois CPA Society, National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts and Association for Computing Machinery.
Niccole Alexander
Niccole Alexander is a native Chicagoan whose professional experience includes healthcare strategy; public policy development and analysis; and management consulting. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a Master of Public Policy degree with a concentration in Health Policy from the University of Chicago. Niccole currently works for a large nonprofit organization managing topics such as pediatric hospital medicine and orthopaedics.
Megan Elk

Megan Elk (they/she) is a multi-disciplinary artist, performer, and producer. Previously, at Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre, they have appeared in Sweeney Todd (The Beggar Woman), Hello Again (The Whore), and last season's workshop performance of Saint Hildegard (Jutta). Additional past credits include appearances with Porchlight Music Theatre, Cleveland Public Theatre, Sugar Creek Symphony and Song, and The Cleveland Orchestra. Following nearly 20 years as a vocal music educator, Mx. Elk is now happily retired from teaching and currently serves as the Engagement Producer for Lyric Opera of Chicago's education and creative engagement division, Lyric Unlimited. Additionally, they act as curator and booking manager for Davenport's Piano Bar and Cabaret in Wicker Park and can frequently be found singing there themself. Megan is a proud member of the board of directors at Theo Ubique and extends the utmost gratitude to everyone for being here tonight. Love to Rachel.

Aimee Kleiman

Aimee Kleiman (she/her) is an actor/singer in the Chicagoland area. She lives in Northbrook with her husband, Benjamin, three kids, Jonah, Elliott, and Orly, and two standard poodles, Leo and Pearl. When she is not in a show or schlepping her kids to their various activities, Aimee enjoys hiking, traveling, brunching, and exercise. As a mom, member of the theatre community, and active member of the Jewish community, Aimee is excited to now be a part of the Theo family, as well. She finds tremendous joy in connecting people and is excited to serve on the Theo board to help initiate new and exciting relationships.

Jenny Lamb
Jenny received her BFA from Shenandoah Conservatory and landed in Chicago IL in 1999 and stayed there till 2014. During that time she co-founded Li’l Buds Theatre Company (, a 501c3 children’s theatre company, where she worked as Artistic Director, playwright, director and teaching artist, and she also taught in the Acting Program at The Second City. An accomplished actress, Jenny worked with a variety of theatre companies in Chicago where favorite roles include Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Kate in Taming of the Shrew and Alison et all in Trainspotting USA, and she was named one of 6 performers of note by the Chicago Tribune. Jenny received her MFA in Ensemble Based Physical Theatre from Dell’Arte International and is currently an Assistant Professor of Theatre and Director of Performance at Oklahoma State University
Rick Goldman
In addition to more than 30 years as a real estate development and construction professional, Rick Goldman is an avid lover of the arts with years of experience in the Chicago theatre scene as both a patron and community level actor. Rick’s experience leading development projects and teams across the country provides valuable insight into the unique challenges faced by professional and non-profit organizations alike. Rick is currently an owner and partner at REthink, a boutique consulting firm that combines his creativity, passion, and experience to provide owners, operators and real estate investors with valuable insights and strong project management throughout the entire development process.
Marc Prince
Marc Prince is an actor based in Chicago by way of Mobile, Alabama. A US Air Force veteran, he studied theatre at the University of Nebraska, the Alliance Theater Group (Atlanta, GA) and Cuyahoga College (Cleveland, OH). Locally, Marc has performed with Theo Ubique, Pride Arts Theater, Hell in a Handbag Productions, and The Saint Sebastian Players – to name a few. Dayside, Marc is the Office Manager for the national digital media news outlet Newsy (EW Scripps), administering operations of the Chicago and Washington, D.C. studios. He also humbly shares his devotion to performance for the cultural enlightenment of his city in various substance abuse recovery-themed productions at the Center on Halsted & COLLABORACTION among others. Combining his immense love for the theatre community and his knowledgeable experience in corporate functionality, Marc is excited and incredibly honored to be of service to Theo Ubique’s board.
Mina Slater
Mina was a Stage Manager with Theo Ubique from 2016 (Rent extension) through the 2018 season, closing the No Exit Cafe era with Sweeney Todd. Previous to joining Theo, she stage managed in Chicago with Emerald City Theatre (RIP) and Broadway In Chicago, as well as national tours such as Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Teatro Zinzanni and Cirque Voila. Mina has a degree in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. After Sweeney Todd, she transitioned from Theatre into Tech, and looks forward to continuing to support the arts.
Fred Anzevino
Artistic Director
Fred Anzevino studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts as well as the George Washington University’s MFA acting program. Fred performed in the national tour of the Tony Award winning musical Big River. As a Director, Fred has earned five non-equity Jeff Awards for productions of Cabaret, Evita, Chess, Light in the Piazza and, most recently, Bridges of Madison County.
Christopher Pazdernik
Managing Director
Chris comes to us from Porchlight Music Theatre Chicago, where he has been Producing Associate and Company Manager as well as a frequent director for PORCHLIGHT REVISITS, Porchlight Music Theatre’s lost musicals series. He also has been an Advancement Associate at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and a freelance Casting Director and Associate Producer. He is a Jeff Award winner for his direction of Refuge Theatre Project’s HIGH FIDELITY, which was additionally honored as Best Musical Production in the 2017 Jeff Awards. He served as Refuge’s Artistic Director for three seasons.

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