Joshua Fletcher, Artistic Director
Josh is an actor, director, and playwright who grew up in Harford County and has been heavily involved in
many theatre companies. He attended Harford Community College, majoring in Theatre Performance and
decided to pursue his career after graduating. While attending, he appeared in many productions with the Actors Guild, including Elephant's Graveyard as Trainer, Much Ado About Nothing as Dogberry, Reefer
Madness as Ralph, and 4.48 Psychosis. Directing credits with the Actors Guild include The Pillowman and
more recently, The Gifted Program. He was also the president of The Warriors, an activist theatre
company on campus, where he performed in The Laramie Project and directed The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and The Vagina Monologues. He is excited to embark on this journey with BOOM and help it grow
into the company it deserves to be.
Erin Curran, Operations Director
Erin has been involved with BOOM since the summer of 2012 mostly stage managing and a little performing, before recently taking on the responsibility of Operations Director. Although her full time career is in environmental science, she was heavily involved in theater in high school and college before joining BOOM and hopes to encourage everyone from all walks of life to participate in the arts. Erin’s analytical and organized approach adds dimension to the leadership team. She received her B.S. in Biology from Susquehanna University and her M.S. in Biology from NYU.
Samantha Allen, Operations Assistant
Samantha has some deep roots in theater and BOOM is only making them grow. She earned her Associate Degree in Performing Arts at Harford Community College, and while she was there performed such roles as Maria in Twelfth Night, The Torturer in John Lennon and Me and Tour Manager in Elephant’s Graveyard. Now attending the University of Baltimore studying English and Creative Writing, Samantha still loves to tread the boards and has appeared on the BOOM stage many times. Some of her favorite roles with the company include Celia in As You Like It, Ross in Macbeth and Aphrodite in Hilary: A Modern Greek Tragedy With A (Somewhat) Happy Ending. Recently she’s been expanding her reach to include writing and directing plays with BOOM as well. She hopes to make BOOM synonymous with Harford County Theater.
Anthony Chanov, Technical Assistant