Ross Druker (Mr. Lindquist) – Ross is happy to be making his debut with Narberth Community Theater, having almost made it in 2020 in Rumors, but some little event got in the way that his foggy memory cannot recall just now. His most recent, pre-pandemic (ah, that’s what it was!) performances were as Mr. Mayhew in Witness for the Prosecution and as Don John in Much Ado About Nothing, both at Chestnut Hill Stagecrafters. Other recent and favorite roles include Father Charles in Incorruptible at Playcrafters of Skippack, Robert Martin in The Drowsy Chaperone at Rose Valley Chorus and Orchestra, Father Flynn in Doubt and Theseus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Old Academy Players, Anton Diabelli in 33 Variations at Langhorne Players, Reginald Paget in Quartet and Horace Giddens in The Little Foxes at ActorsNet of Bucks County. He has performed numerous Gilbert and Sullivan lead roles with the Savoy Company at the Academy of Music and Longwood Gardens, with the Bucks County Gilbert and Sullivan Society, and with the Rose Valley Chorus and Orchestra. In August 2016 he went with Savoy to the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Harrogate, England, playing Major-General Stanley in The Pirates of Penzance, where he won Best Male Character Actor. For many years, Ross was a professional member of The Philadelphia Singers and Chorale, which performed with The Philadelphia Orchestra, and he is now a member of the recently formed Philadelphia Chorale, which performed with Andrea Bocelli at the Wells Fargo Center this past December.