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  • The band formed a few years back when Chang-Fong, Castellino and Raposo were looking for a vocalist.

    MISSISSAUGA - Home 2010

  • McGovern and Castellino directed last season's smash hit musicals Cagney and Some Kind Of Wonderful. Stories 2010

  • This Jaipur IPL had only two stakeholders, Mr (Fraser) Castellino and Mr Bal Thakur, at the time of the signing of agreement. - Top HomePage-TopStories News Headlines 2010

  • "We've never played The Opera House before and it's always cool to go and see one of your favourite bands there and then have a chance to play the same place," said Castellino.

    Mississauga News 2009

  • "The way she was singing made me want to play harder," said Castellino, 21.

    Mississauga News 2009

  • Violet (Ashley Kane, top) is a newly minted superhero with high-voltage abilities in "Miss Electricity," which also stars Ryan Castellino (above) as the narrator; their performances earn a smile from Valerie Tran (inset), a pupil at Good Shepherd Catholic School in Mira Mesa.

    Fore, right! 2009

  • This is not simply the story of the Falgitanos of Cicero, but the Martin family of Williston Park, the Castellino family of Baldwinsville, the Flynn family of Dobbs Ferry, and every family in this great state.

    Home | The New York Observer 2009

  • Castellino, who lives in the City Centre, said they weren't trying to distance themselves from Letters to Elora when creating music for Cut Throat Kids.

    Mississauga News 2009

  • Castellino is the recipient of numerous awards including 11 Drama Logue Awards, four LA Weekly Awards and the Jefferson Award : News 2009

  • Castellino (director / creator) most recently served as both creator / developer and director of the Florida Stage hit world premiere production of : News 2009


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