Company Members

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Barbara Cole Uterhardt (Artistic Company Manager) has worked on over 100 productions with Atlanta theaters such as Actor's Express, ART Station, Aurora Theatre, Jewish Theatre of the South, The Shakespeare Tavern, Process Theatre, and Theater Emory, as well as OnStage Atlanta. Barbara graduated from Emory in 1999 with Major in Theater Studies and was lucky enough to work on the administrative side of things at Soul-stice Repertory, Horizon Theatre, Theatrical Outift, and GA Shakespeare Festival. She is currently an Artistic Associate with Process Theatre Company and spends her days teaching Performing Arts to the talented young ladies at the Atlanta Girls' School. In the media, she has been labeled as one of Atlanta's Directing Super-stars, "always dependable" by Southern Voice, and "One of Atlanta's most under-used actors" by Creative Loafing.

Bobbie Elzey has performed on several stages here in Atlanta. Her recent roles include Sister Aloysius in Doubt and Gertie in Fuddy Meers here at OnStage Atlanta where whe won best supporting actor. Other roles: Professor EM in Wit, Azaela in Peachtree Battle, and Ethel in On Golden Pond for which she was awarded best actor both here at OnStage and at the New Depot Players. She recently played Truvy in Steel Magnolias at the New Depot Players. Off the stage, Bobbie is a fitness professional. She has taught dance exercise classes for over 30 years. She also has been a trainer for the past 25 years. She currently teaches here in Decatur and at the Concourse Atheletic Club. She is represented by Houghton Talent.
Harley Gould designs lights, hangs lights, directs lighting for video, runs lighting equipment, designs sets, builds sets, paints sets, loads the things in, loads them out, and works out all kinds of theatrical special effects. He also creates art (of various disciplines), designs online graphics and web pages, and sometimes acts (if you can call it that). Oh yes, and sometimes he writes short stories.
Sara Lynn Herman
Liane LeMaster
Courtney Loner
Nat Martin
Charlie Miller is a veteran of the Atlanta theater community having performed around town for over 25 years in several theaters and productions. Originally from Daytona Beach, Florida, he came to Atlanta in 1991 where he got his master's degree in operations research from Georgia Tech. Currently, he works as an IT contractor for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Not only does he love theater, he is active in CrossFit and also enjoys playing trivia, seeing live music, and traveling the world.
DeWayne Morgan has appeared at OSA in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and The Harvey Milk Show.  His directing has been seen on the stage in Daddy's Dyin', Whose Got the Will?, The Great American Trailer Park Musical, and many more. He is also the Artistic Director for The Process Theatre, which is a resident company here at OSA.
Cathe Hall Payne has been an Atlanta actress for over 30 years and has been seen at OnStage Atlanta, Actor's Express, Theatre Decatur, Stage Door Players and Theatre Arts Guild. She enjoys live theatre, but she also enjoys doing commercial work and has been in over 15 commercials. Cathe has been an Administrative Legal Assistant for the State Bar of Georgia for 20 years and was named employee of the year 2007.
Jamie Perniciaro
Abra Thurmond has recently been seen at OSA in See Jane Talk for Atlanta Fringe fest, a few Designing Women shows, Merry Little Holiday Shorts for 2 years, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and Picasso at the Lapin Agile. She has also dabbled in AD and sound design.

Past ArtCo members and interns: Adam Bailey, Kelsey Bailey, Omar Casserley, Dre Camacho, Katy Clarke, Jenna Edmonds, Colleen Hargis Gaenssley, Tom Gillespie, Michael Henry Harris, Carrie Walrond Hood, David Klein, Jennifer R. Lee, John Markowski, Amy Morrow, Bess McCreary, Anthony Owen, Topher Payne, Jeremy Reigel, Maggie Schneider, Angie Short, Justin Sims, Alicia Stephens, Toni Sunseri, Jay Tryall, Barbara Cole Uterhardt, Kristel Wunderlin, Joey Voll