Dermont & Munna Entertainment
Custom Theatrical Productions
The Team
Management

Stacy Dermont
served as a costume designer for the Department of Dance at the State University of New York College at Brockport, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Theatre with a minor in Anthropology, Cum Laude. She is the Executive Director of the critically acclaimed River Theatre Company (and Founder of Women’s Voices, Women’s Lives, a group dedicated to bringing original work by women writers to the stage). Dermont is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and is in the MFA in Creative Writing program at Stony Brook Southampton College, studying with Jules Feiffer and Robert Reeves.
Toni Munna has a diverse business background in event production, public relations, and fundraising, which enhances her two decades of acting and directing. She has worked with many theatre companies on the East End and in New York, and served as artistic director of The Sound Players. She works with Ms Dermont as the Resident Director of The River Theatre Company. Ms Munna teaches acting classes for adults, reviews local theatre forThe News Review, is a freelance feature writer, and is coordinator for the East End Arts Council's Teeny Awards, a high school theatre arts recognition program patterned after the Tony Awards.

The Company

Brittany Brown
recently moved to Long Island from Manhattan, where she worked in theatre and commercial indie film projects, though she was born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana. Her first role with D&ME was as Sag Harbor poet Annie Cooper Boyd in "300 Stories of Sag Harbor." Other L.I. credits include Penelope in The Odyssey (Loft Theatre, Dowling College) and Grace Farrell in Annie (Broadhollow Theatre, E. Islip). In Manhattan, Brittany has performed new plays with The Manhattan Theatre Source, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Primary Stages and Ergo Theatre Company. She received her BFA from The University of Michigan's prestigious Musical Theatre Department, and also studied acting in London with RADA faculty in conjunction with Marymount College. Favorite roles include Sibyl in Private Lives and Annabel in Lucky Stiff. Brittany is also a musical theatre history buff and hosts a theatre-themed radio show, "Marvelous Party", alternating Monday mornings from 6-7am on WUSB 90.1 FM.

Bobbie Ruth, actress/singer/guitarist/keyboardist/belly dancer, began her career as a child performer in a family act with her mother, father and brother.   Her two favorite roles:  Julie Jordan in Carousel and Rosie in Bye Bye Birdie.  She has performed for the last four years in many traveling shows for Plaza Productions, including Charlottein Charlotte’s Web, A Year with Frog & Toad, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty.  She was a tap-dancing Angel in Anything Goes and has appeared in many shows at The Author’s Playhouse, her favorites being Clara in I’m Not Rappaport (under the direction of Sal Zaccaro) and Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (under the direction of Marc Glassberg).  She is the female vocalist with The Swingtime Big Band (Swingtimeny.com) and has her own Acappella/Jazz vocal group, ClassAction.  She is a one-woman band for all occasions with her keyboard and sings regularly in local restaurants. She also performs the art of Middle Eastern dancing under the name Sabrina.

Marilee Scheer, whose early years were spent in extended periods of let’s pretend and the pursuit of make-believe, has in her adult years found new outlets for these favorite pastimes ~ the theatre. She most often can be found at the North Fork Community Theatre (NFCT) in Mattituck. This institution, which celebrates it’s Fiftieth Anniversary with it’s coming season, has been her theatre home for 30 years. At NFCT, she has served several times on the Board of Directors, most recently as President, but her proudest achievements are the various Youth On Stage productions. Marilee says it’s been an honor to produce these youth shows, as it’s been enormously rewarding, not only to see the fine productions the youth (ages 14 to 22) have put on each summer for 30 years, but also to observe the difference that involvement in theatre has made in so many of their young lives. More recently, Marilee has been very happily involved with River Theatre Company and was privileged to appear in the world premieres of Women on Fire by Irene O’Garden and Tell Me About It by Lisa Reitman-Dobi. Other favorite roles include Mother Superior in Nunsense, Kate in Dancing at Lughnasa, Esther in To Gillian on her 37th Birthday opposite Christopher Linn Young as husband Paul, and Melissa in Love Letters.

Daniel W. Koontz ~ A recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in Music Composition for 2001, Dan attended the Eastman School of Music, where he studied piano and theory, graduating with distinction in 1992. He continued his training in composition, receiving a Humanities and Fine Arts Fellowship to study at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he completed his Ph.D. Dan’s teachers have included Michael Gandolfi, Daria Semegen, and Daniel Weymouth. He has won several awards from such organizations as ASCAP, the American Music Center and the Society of Composers. He has also received fellowships to attend the Wellesley Composers Conference and the Voix Nouvelles festival at Abbaye de Royaumont, France. Commissions for Dan’s music have come from pianist Simon Docking, the Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, the Choral Society of the Hamptons, Ensemble 21, the Fromm Music Foundation, Swarthmore College, and the Nieuw Ensemble (NL). His music has been performed throughout the United States, in Canada, China, the Netherlands and France. Dan is also active in electronic and computer music, and his taped music has been heard both in the concert hall and in radio broadcast.Current projects include a commission from Pianofest for a piece for two pianos.He has taught music at Southampton College and Stony Brook University. He also serves as organist and choir director for Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor, NY.


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