THE MARGATE COMMUNITY CHURCH
8900 VENTNOR BLVD.
MARGATE, NJ - Use Thurlow Ave. Entrance
The Fool Moon Theatre Company
was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation in the State of New Jersey in 2005 and founded by Paul Herron, Patricia Herron, Patricia Moore, and Scott Cronick.
Paul Herron (Producer/Director) has performed, produced, and directed theatre inSouth Jersey for the past twenty years. For Fool Moon Theatre, Mr. Herron directed Sylvia, The Fantasticks, Bus Stop, The Dining Room, and The Sunshine Boys. He also directed One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Lend Me a Tenor at the Gateway Theatre in Somers Point and Pirates of Penzance with the Ocean City Pops at the Ocean City Music Pier. With the Margate Little Theatre he directed A Little Night Music, The Secret Garden, Follies, The Glass Menagerie, Lost in Yonkers. and The Last of the Red Hot Lovers . He has performed in numerous productions including as Major General Stanley in Pirates, C.S. Lewis in Shadowlands, and Andy in Love Letters. Paul studied theatre at Stockton State College, Pomona, NJ, The Theatre Project, Baltimore, MD, , and at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, CA. He has an MBA from Richard Stockton College and is the Executive Director of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony.
Pat Moore (Co-Producer/Group Sales Director) was responsible for group sales and
marketing at The South Jersey Regional Theatre under the direction of Paul Aiken for fifteen years. An alumnus of Settlement Music School of Philadelphia. Her love of musical theatre has led to numerous productions and roles, a few favorites include Damn Yankees (Sister), The Music Man (Mrs. Paroo), at the 76 House and Funny Girl (Mrs. Brice) at ACCC Drama, Guys and Dolls (the General) at the Ocean City Music Pier with the OC POPS. In all Ms. Moore has performed in more than two dozen shows in South Jersey alone. She sings with The Mainland Choral Society, Festival Chorus, and Cape Show Chorale. Ms. Moore is a vocal soloist with the professional trio Elke and Friends. She resides with the husband in Egg Harbor Twp.
Pattye Herron (Co-Producer/Performer) starred in Lost in Yonkers and was
featured in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at the Gateway Playhouse. She also starred in Shadowlands with the Margate Little Theatre and The Last of the Red Hot Lovers with Showmakers. Pattye has also performed in Our Town with the Cygnus Arts Group, Once Upon a Mattress and Anything Goes with the Jewish Community Center players and Don’t Drink The Water at Beth-el Synagogue. She also directed a one-act play for Showmakers called A Candle on the Table. For Fool Moon, Pattye performed in Central Park West in Death Defying Acts and The Dining Room.
Scott Cronick (Director, Performer) is a 15-year theater veteran who has acted in
and directed shows in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York City. The co-founder of the Wilkes-Barre Artistic Theatre Ensemble in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Scott has starred in an eclectic mix of shows including Ionesco's Rhinoceros, Guare's Landscape of the Body, Woody Allen's Death, Lanford Wilson's The Hot L Baltimore, Feydeau's Romance in A Flat, David Mamet's Sexual Perversities in Chicago, the musicals Camelot, Jesus Christ Superstar, Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? and various Shakespeare and Chekhov productions as well as some original, unpublished pieces. For Fool Moon, Scott performed in Sylvia, and directed Central \Park West in Death Defying Acts and Bleacher Bums. He has also directed Tattoo Parlor and Bram Stoker's Dracula.