Ed 'The Maestro' Rosenblatt, music director,
has been involved in musical theater productions throughout Connecticut for 25 years as as actor, singer, composer, director and music director. He is very proud to call The Arts at Angeloria's his musical theater home. Since being affiliated with the A@A, he has music directed Camelot, The Who's Tommy, Mame, Bunnicula and I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change. 

   About the team

Chris Zajac, technical director, worked on the tech crews of some high school productions, but hadn't appeared on stage since playing Elf #2 in a Christmas musical in the second grade. That is until he showed up to do headshots for The Who's- Tommy at A@A's and found himself in the cast. He now has his own throne at the back of the theatre, also known as the tech booth where he weaves his magic into every production. Chris is a professional photographer, videographer, and writer. When not working Chris can be usually be found hiking and photographing the trails all over Connecticut.

Renee Andrzejczuk, house manager,

has lived in Connecticut her whole life. She has always had a love of musicals and plays which she gets from her parents. Although she will never be seen on stage she loves working behind the scenes helping to support all to have a wonderful experience. She has found a home at the Arts of Angeloria's


Penny Lane, the art cat... enough said.


Lori Holm, executive and artistic director, relocated to Connecticut from the Napa Valley several years ago and has found her niche in New England greasing the wheels of bright young minds in her day job, making art and music, teaching the arts to others, designing costumes and sets for various theatrical productions, directing shows, learning lines and music for an upcoming theatrical venture, or playing in the sun during summer camps! 

  Lori’s love of all arts can be traced back to her grandfather- a muralist, painter, and musician.  Over the decades she has designed countless advertisements, logos and posters in addition to the artistry she brings to her canvases, gardens, photos, crafts and to the theatre.

As was the case in California so it is here... Lori has made it a point to surround herself with talented and creative individuals who understand that life is a feast for the eye, the ear, the mind, the heart, and the soul.