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2024 Executive Board

OLT’s Executive Board consists of seven members elected by the Friends of Old Library Theatre. Our board members bring a unique mix of diverse expertise and professionalism to the board, with the universal intent to provide exciting performances and opportunities to the area.

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Evan T. Charpentier


Evan T. Charpentier has served OLT in the past as a performer, music director, and director, and served on the Board previously as Publicity Manager and Secretary. This is now her third year as OLT President. She is passionate about the power of community theatre to connect people and help create a world that is more just and inclusive. Beijinhos, queerida.

Jeff Parsons

Communications & Admin Manager

Jeff is excited to join the OLT Executive Board as Communications and Administration Manager. He has been seen on the OLT stage in My Big Gay Italian Wedding and Urinetown, and was the stage manager for the OLT hit musical, It Shoulda Been You. He has also worked on and off-stage throughout New Jersey.

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Dave Toussas


Dave is excited to join the OLT Executive Board as Treasurer. 2023 was the first time Dave appeared on the OLT Stage in The Prom. His experience during that first production encouraged him to return later that year for Titanic - The Musical. These positive experiences at OLT encouraged him to volunteer and accept a position on the Executive Board for 2024. Dave had previously served as President of Harmony Singers of Wayne, NJ for a number of years prior to 2020. He currently performs on-stage at a number of theaters in Northern New Jersey.

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Caitlin Greene

Membership & Inclusion Manager

Caitlin Greene came to Old Library Theatre in 2022 for the first time performing as a member of the Ensemble in It Shoulda Been You. In 2023 she joined the cast of Titanic the Musical as Kate Mullins and various concerts during the year. She joins the Executive Board as Membership and Inclusion Manager for 2024. Caitlin is more than enthusiastic to use her career knowledge to continue to foster the community that she holds dear. It is her personal philosophy that the arts are for everyone and it is our job to maintain an inclusive space and provide a momentary escape from our day to day life. 


Armanda is excited to once again be part of the OLT executive board. Theatre credits include Producer of “OLT’s Shakespeare in the Park: Much Ado About Nothing” (2022), Producer of “OLT’s Shakespeare in the Park: 12th Night” (2021), and Director of “It Shoulda Been You” ( OLT- 2022, Broadway World Reginal Awards nomination).  When not engrossed in theatre and OLT, Armanda enjoys being a puppy parent to Joely and Bodhi,  spoiling her spouse, and being Charlotte’s 2nd favorite tia.Final thoughts: When you are afraid: do it scared!

Armanda Cerqueira

Vice President

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Dawn Toussas

House Manager


Jess is super excited to be joining the OLT board! Jess is an Actor/Writer/Singer/ Director/Educator based out of Little Falls, NJ. Jess recently played Mary Hatch in “It’s A Wonderful Life-A Radio Play” with the Hawthorne Pride Alliance at PCCC. Jess debuted her original play, “Weight Class”  in September with Offbook Productions.  When not writing, teaching & directing, Jess is always a performer. Favorite theatrical credits include: Richard Henry Lee in Offbook’s , “1776 -The Women of Congress”, Motel Kamzoil  in Offbook’s “Tradition! An All-Female Concert Featuring the songs of Fiddler On the Roof”, Mimi in “A New Brain” and The Witch in “Into The Woods”. 

Jess Hope Katz

Digital Marketing Manager


Support OLT, give your business exposure, or send well-wishes to
cast members by purchasing advertisement space in a playbill! Show
ads will appear in one Theatrical Program, which reaches between
600-1000 audience members. Programs are five inches wide by
eight inches tall.




Download and complete the form then email it along with any artwork you want to include in your ad to INFO@OLDLIBRARYTHEATRE.NET


Pricing and size
options are as follows:

  • Full Page Ad - $100

  • Quarter Page Ad (business card-sized) - $25

  • Half Page Ad - $50

  • Booster (one line, 10 words or less) - $5


Please send payments addressed to Old Library Theatre, 12-45 River
Road #103, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410. Ads will not be placed until payment
has been received.

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Old Library Theatre performs at the Fair Lawn Community Center and is located at the intersection of 20th Street and Kipp Street, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410.

Via New Jersey Transit

If travelling Friday, purchase two one-way tickets between NY Penn Station and Radburn Station. If travelling Saturday/Sunday, purchase one round-trip ticket between NY Penn Station and Radburn Station.

From NY Penn Station, arrive at Secaucus Junction. From there, go to the lower track to transfer to Main/Bergen line and exit at Radburn Station.


Radburn Station is located on Fair Lawn Avenue and Pollitt Drive. Head South on Pollitt Drive toward Fair Lawn Avenue. Head to the Land and Sea Diner (located at the intersection of Fair Lawn Avenue and Pollitt Drive). Walk past the diner and make a left onto 20th Street. Continue on 20th Street until you arrive at the Fair Lawn Community Center.


For the return trip, head back to Radburn Station, take train towards Hoboken, and transfer at Secaucus Junction upstairs to train towards NY Penn Station.

By Car

From George Washington Bridge:
George Washington Bridge to Route 4 West. Continue to Route 208 North. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue East. Make a right onto 20th Street (just before Land & Sea Diner) and follow to the end of the road.


From Lincoln Tunnel:
After exiting Lincoln Tunnel stay on 495 West and take exit to NJ Turnpike North (I-95) towards I-80/US-46/Clifton. Continue on I-80 West and take local I-80 West towards Hackensack. Take exit 64A and merge onto North Route 17 towards Paramus and eventually take ramp to Route 4 West. Continue to Route 208 North. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue East. Make a right onto 20th Street (just before Land & Sea Diner) and follow to the end of the road.

From South or North:
Route 287 North or South to Route 208 South. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue. Continue straight through light at end of ramp onto Orchard Street. Make a left onto Berdan Avenue and continue to end. Make a right onto 20th Street.

From West:
Route 80 East to Route 20 North. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue. Make a right onto Orchard Street. Make a left onto Berdan Avenue and continue to end. Make a right onto 20th Street.

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