Returns to the TheatreWorks stage with a few of her Young Frankenstein cronies (and some new friends) in “Frau Blucher Strikes Back.” She most recently gave a critically acclaimed performance as Kate Keller in LCT’s The Miracle Worker at Thomaston Opera House (where she drank coffee). With over 30 theatrical productions to her credit, audiences may recognize Lana from numerous Warner Stage Company productions in Torrington such as: Ken Ludwig’s Game’s Afoot (Inspector Goring); And Then There Were None (Mrs. Rogers); Nice Work If You Can Get It (Duchess Estonia); Reefer Madness (Mae), Curtains (Jessica Cranshaw), Gentlemen’s Guide to Love & Murder (Tour Guide); and at Southington Community Theatre as Martha Jefferson in 1776. Lana lent her voice acting talents to Adam Battelstein/Catapult Dance’s international production of “Mouzart,” (thank you, Jocelyn!), and can be heard most weeks on the Nutmeg Junction radio show. She is also a theatrical scenic artist and prop-maker with Warner Stage Company, Landmark Community Theatre, and the 2019 summer Musicals at Richter. Lana recently received praise for her set painting for Goshen Players’ Importance of Being Earnest. Go to LanaPeckMusic.com and nosecrops.com (art portfolio) for more.
Character / Production
Sonia Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Frau Blucher Young Frankenstein