Philip Corso

President/artistic director

I have been performing since I was a child.  Over the years I have worked both on and off stage with numerous theater organizations throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley Region.  My onstage roles include Fiddler on the Rood (Motel), You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Schroeder), Grease (Teen Angel), Spamalot (Sir Dennis Galahad), The Drowsy Chaperone (George), City of Angels (Jimmy Powers), The Full Monty (Malcolm), A Chorus Line (Greg), No, No, Nanette! (Tom Trainor), The Who's Tommy (Cousin Kevin), Arsenic and Old Lace (Mortimer Brewster) and Our Town (Simon Stimson).  I have directed well received productions of The Rocky Horror Show, The Sound of Music, 9 to 5: The Musical, The Addams Family Musical, Carrie The Musical, Little Shop of Horrors, Funny Girl, Clare Boothe Luce's The Women and The Children's Hour.  I am so excited to start this new chapter as President and Artistic Director of 90 Mile Theater Company.

Lisa Danner

Vice President/Resident Musical Director

Lisa is excited to join the 90 Miles Theater board as Vice President and resident music director.  Lisa holds a degree in music therapy and works for Taconic DDSO. She is very passionate about bringing high quality theater to the public and she believes that 90 Miles Theater Inc. does this through the shows that they have done and will produce. Lisa has been seen in many musicals and plays throughout the Hudson Valley.  She loves being on stage but she also has found passion in music directing and other aspects of the theater. She hopes that in the near future she will get the courage to direct a show. 


Kathleen Crampton

Board Member

Kathleen Crampton started acting locally with 90MOB, including such shows as Addams Family Musical (Grandma Addams), 1776 (Caesar Rodney), Mystery of Edwin Drood (Flo) and Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Jeanette). Other theatre work includes Sunrise at Campobello (Missy LeHand, Rhinebeck Theatre Society), Li'l Abner (Mammy Yokum, Coach House), South Pacific (Dinah Murphy, Tri-State Theatre), Bye Bye Birdie (Mayor's Wife, Yorktown Theatre), Second Arrow (Daughter, DAWN), and Miriam in Jimmy's Cafe with Roger Simon at the Samuel French Festival in NYC and on YouTube. TV credits include day work in The Bold and the Beautiful and Guiding Light. In addition, murder mystery dinner theatre includes Three Faces (3 personalities, Camille aka Amelia aka Satin, SBS Alibi Players). She went from talking you out of your money in carnival games to teaching math at F.D. Roosevelt HS in Hyde Park, NY.  Currently, she is a docent at Locust Grove in Poughkeepsie, NY, an Ordained Interfaith Minister through One Spirit Learning Alliance, NYC, and a Shopping Annuity Consultant. 

Marie DuSault 

Board Member

Marie DuSault is an attorney with Finkelstein & Partners in Newburgh, where she has worked since 2004, and lives in Washingtonville with her family.  She has been involved in community theater as an actor in groups in Ulster, Orange, Dutchess and Sullivan County since 2009 when she returned to acting in the 90 Miles Off Broadway production of "The Women".  In addition to enjoying the lively and talented community theater here, Marie also loves taking advantage of the opportunities this area provides for fabulous running, hiking, kayaking, and etc.

Alek Friedrich


Alek is a Hudson Valley native and music enthusiast. He has degrees in Economics and Education and has been in the construction industry for 12 years. He was involved with a radio show where he lended his voice as a voice actor playing roles such as Flash Gordon and Joe Friday.  He is looking forward to the evolving future of 90 Miles. 

Brie Friedrich 


Within her first year living in the Hudson Valley, Brie found a place here at 90 miles Theatre Company Inc on the board. She was involved in several on-stage productions as a child and plays clarinet. Her debut role was the Elf in 90 Miles's production of Shrek the Musical. She has a degree in Biochemistry and a masters in Education and is a Girl Scout. She is looking forward to being involved with different shows. 

Maria LoCastro


Maria recently joined our organization as a volunteer with many skills and talents.


Scott Woolley

 Promotional Graphic Designer

 ​A software engineer by day, Scott is always happy to escape to the theater in the evenings. He has been working on and off stage in Community Theater for many busy years. You might have seen him recently in Clove Creek Dinner Theater’s Fox on the Fairway. Previously he appeared in Brewster Theater Company’s The Drowsy Chaperone, 90 Miles Off Broadway’s Forum, and County Player’s Of Mice and Men and Memphis.
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