Peter Dobbins, Artistic Director
Peter is a cofounder of The Storm Theatre, and has directed such Storm productions as T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral, Dion Boucicault’s The Shaughraun, John Regis’s Stavrogin’s Confession, Stewart Parker’s Spokesong, William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Twelfth Night, Karol Wojtyla’s The Jeweler’s Shop, Job, Jeremiah, and Our God’s Brother, the North American Premiere of House of Desires by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, and the world premieres of The Last Starfighter by Skip Kennon and Fred Landau and Linnea by John Regis. As an actor, he has been seen as Alfred Evelyn in Edward Bulwar Lytton’s Money and Lolo in Pirandello’s Henry IV and has played leading roles in various regional theatres.
Chance Michaels, Producing Director
Chance has produced over a dozen shows for The Storm Theatre. Other New York credits include Anna Christie and the New York Premiere of Dogs of the Blue Gods by award-winning South African playwright Ian Fraser. Regionally, he has produced and directed shows as diverse as Angels in America: Parts One and Two, Equus, Tales of the Lost Formicans, Clive Barker’s The History of the Devil, Christopher Durang’s Titanic, Burn This, Talk Radio, and Rocket to the Moon. Chance is also an independent film craftsman and director with nearly twenty years laboring in the pilot and movie-of-the-week mines, and was formerly a writer for The Onion, (“America’s Finest News Source”™)
Stephen Logan Day, Associate Artistic Director
Stephen has fulifilled a variety of functions for the Storm Theatre since 1997, as diverse as producing and directing 'Ross', to serving as Bicycle Mechanic & Consultant on Spokesong. For the Storm, Stephen also directed The Power and The Glory, The Rougeries of Scapin, and Noon Divide (co-director with Peter Dobbins) and served as Assistant Director on Arrah-na-Pogue, As You Like It, The Time of Your Life, Twelfth Night, Gillette, Stavrogin's Confession, and The Brute. Recently he also produced Kara Johnstad's internationally acclaimed show, Le Grand Love, presented in New York City and Berlin with Rolfe Zielke, Rhani Krija and Stephan Braun. As an actor, Stephen has played more than 50 roles in a wide variety of genres and venues in New York and Regionally. His education includes Boston University, Uta Hagen and Yale School of Drama.
Robert Carroll, Director of Development
Robert's Storm Theatre credits include Time of Your Life, As You Like It, The Shaughraun, Jeremiah, and The Tidings Brought to Mary. He is also the author of a T.V. pilot "Reasonable Doubt" (two actors who get tricked into going to law school) and a play "The Believers" (political consultants struggling with trying to win an election during the first few hours of Primary Day). Robert has extensive experience as a political consultant for Congressional, NYC Comptroller, NY City Council, and District Leader campaigns. A graduate of SUNY Binghamton where he studied Theater and History, he has done further training at Stella Adler Studios, the Atlantic Theatre and with Austin Pendleton. Robert is a member of The Alchemy Theater Company of Manhattan and has worked with many other theater companies around New York. Robert is currently getting a law degree from New York Law School.
Board of Directors
Peter Dobbins, President
Rev. Luke M. Sweeney, S.T.L.
The Storm Theatre was founded in 1997 as a nonprofit theatre company and has 501C(3) status. Donations are 100% tax deductible.