Our Director

Dennis St. Pierre

Director, Producer, Dramaturge, Associate Script Writer, and Show Sheperd for “One Way Trip to Mars”

Dennis St. Pierre is a member of Actors Equity in addition to being a Member of the Screen Actors Guild, the College Artist Association, the National Art Education Association, the Golden Key Honors Society, and AFTRA & he has been AGVA Eligible since 1995 and has been a professional actor/singer for over 30 years.

As an actor, Dennis has been in six Broadway National and International tours, has starred in an off Broadway show, and has worked for 30+ theater companies throughout the US, including Trinity Repertory, Maine State Music Theater, Walnut Street Theater, Capital Repertory, Barrington Stage, Fullerton Civic Light Opera, The Palace in Myrtle Beach, Gateway Playhouse, Sacremento Music Circus, Utah Musical Theater, The Welk Resort Theater, Struthers Library Theater, and many more.

His favorite theatrical roles performed include: Jean Valjean in “Les Miserables” at Maine State Music Theater, Don Quixote in “Man of La Mancha” at Utah Music Theater, Archibald Craven in “The Secret Garden” at Cabrillo Music Theater, the Engineer in “Miss Saigon” at the Lenape PAC in Marlton NJ, and Don Armado in “Love’s Labours Lost” at the White Mountain Shakespeare Co.

On television Dennis has made guest appearances on “The Practice”, “Ally McBeal”, “NYPD Blue”, “Passions”, “Ed” and the “Bette Midler Show”.

As a singer he has appeared as a soloist throughout Europe at venues including the San Remo Music Festival, the Grande Concert Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark’s “Tivoli”, The Xora Theater, in Athens and the Hilton Palace Hotel in Thesoloniki, Greece, at the Palexpo Concert Hall in Geneva, Switzerland and in Nice, France. He has sung for Cherry Lane Publishers, recording demo songs written by Freddi Curci, Rick Polumbo, Donny Hackett, and for artists such as Josh Grolban, Elton John, Celine Dion and others. He is the voice of Arronax “the professor” on Walden Family Playhouse’s recording of the children’s musical “Nautilus, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”.

Dennis has served as a producer/director/performer for numerous concerts including Music Doing Good, Texas Flying Legends, and many more. He has also helped numerous non-profits in Maine, including St. Martins de Porres homeless shelter for men in Lewiston, The Franco American Center, Community Little Theater, Maine State Music Theater, and Actors Equity Fights Aids where he helped to raise over $75,000. He has also worked as an assistant producer on the documentaries of “When Dino’s Roamed America” and “The International Space Station” for the Discovery Channel.

Dennis graduated Cum Laude with a BA in Theatre Arts from Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire after receiving a full scholarship, and received a Master of Fine Arts Intermedia Studies, University of Maine at Orono.