(in order of appearance)
Trixie Fuller – Carrie Walsh
Paul Fielding – Gil Brady*
Max Marshall – Ryan Clardy*
Gwen Gladwell – Catherine Gowl*
Ruby Deleoni – Annie Edgerton*
Vito Deleoni – M. Scott McLean*
Stage Directions – Patrick Lacey*
*Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association
Gil Brady* (Paul) recently appeared in Shear Madness at The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.. Off-Broadway: National Pastime at The Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. National Tour:Annie. Regional: Five shows at Florida Studio Theatre including I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Steve Martin’s The Underpants, and Spamalot, Around The World in 80 Days at Theatresquared, Grease at Fulton Theatre and Mill Mountain, Boeing, Boeing at Seven Angels Theatre, Jesus Christ Superstar at Cape Fear Regional, Rabbit Hole at Human Race, The Full Monty at Foothills Theatre, The Crucible and Comedy of Errors at North Carolina Shakespeare, Around The World in 80 Days and Three Days of Rain at Oldcastle Theatre, Hello, Dolly at Westchester Broadway Theatre, “Dream, Dream, Dream” in Atlantic City and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Syracuse Stage. Dozens of readings and workshops including the new musical Ripper at New World Stages. TV: All My Children and Law and Order: SVU. B.F.A. Syracuse University.
Ryan Clardy* (Max) is a NYC based theatre, film, and TV actor. You might have seen him back on One Life To Live or more recently starring online as Cane Haven for Empiretheseries.com. He’s appeared on numerous stages including LaMama, Arena, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Kansas City Rep, and is a proud member of Actors Equity and the MTWorks company. www.ryanclardy.com
Annie Edgerton* (Ruby). Broadway: Rosie, Mamma Mia! Also U/S & perf’d Donna, Tanya and Rosie on Broadway & N. Tour. Favorite Regional/NYC: Laura Carew, Hazel Flagg; Goneril, King Lear; Mme. Thenardier, Les Miz; Emma, Betrayal; Violet, 9 to 5; Nancy, Oliver! Paulette, Legally Blonde; Camilla Parker-Bowles, Queen of Hearts. National Anthem for 20 MLB teams (and counting! fb: Annie Edgerton Anthem Quest.) Jazz vocalist, singer-songwriter, has appeared on TV & film, and writes/teaches about wine as the Wine Minx™. Proud AEA member. More info at annieedgerton.com.
Catherine Gowl* (Gwen). National Tours: War Horse; The Merchant of Venice. Regional: Electra (Pittsburgh Public Theater), Six Degrees of Separation, King Lear, Coriolanus, The Madness of George III, Cyrano de Bergerac, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Old Globe); The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later Reading (La Jolla Playhouse);Taming of the Shrew, Othello (Virginia Shakespeare Festival); Proof. New York: The Merchant of Venice (Theater for a New Audience); Oh The Humanity and Other Exclamations, The Director, ‘Twas (Flea Theater); and many new works both in NYC and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Training: BA in the History and Literature of France and America from Harvard, MFA from The Old Globe/USD.
M. Scott McLean* (Vito). Animal Crackers (John Parker/Zeppo), Death of a Salesman (Happy), Grace or the Art of Climbing (Mitch), Dracula (Arthur), When Tang Met Laika (Young Capitalist), A Christmas Carol (Fred, Young Scrooge): Denver Center Theatre Company. Other theatres: The Unexpected Guest (Julian) Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, Sense and Sensibility (Willoughby) TheatreWorks, The Rover (Willmore) New York Classical Theatre, Legally Blonde (Emmett) Merry Go-Round Theatre Company. He is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and the National Theatre Conservatory.
Carrie Walsh (Trixie). Pericles, Prince of Tyre (Gower), Where’s My Money? (Marcia Marie), My Fall (Lucy), Came Tumbling After (Jill), Side by Side by Sondheim (Woman), Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Jewel), Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Trisha). She is currently developing a feature film with Discovery Hill Productions, is Director of Development for Dacian Wolf Productions and is the co-creator of The Actor’s Planner®. She is a graduate of Emerson College (BFA Musical Theatre) and Circle in the Square Theatre School. CarrieWalshActor.com
Patrick Lacey* (Stage Directions). New York credits: The Soldier Dreams (Spiral Inc.), Icarus (Six Figures Fairy Tale Festival 04), The Secret of Steep Ravines (Ripetime Productions at P.S. 122), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Witch of Edmonton (REV Theatre), Significant Circus (Horseback Productions), The Indian Princess (Target Margin) The Incubus (Yorkville Rep), En Attendant Moscow (Chekhov Now! Festival), The Ubu Project, The Making of Americans (workshops: Gertrude Stein Repertory Theatre). Seattle credits: Bread and Circus, Interrogating the Nude, This End Up (Annex Theatre: company member). The Revenger’s Tragedy, Holy Ghosts, Innocence (Aha! Theatre). Semantics (Kings’ Elephant Theatre). His original solo work has appeared at The Physical Arts Center, One Arm Red, The Chip Deffaa Invitational Festival and several showings of Searchlight, an evening of original works. His one act, Ariadne’s Thread, was part of Six Figures’ Artists of Tomorrow Festival ’04. Mask designs have appeared in productions in Indiana, Seattle, WA, Vancouver, B.C., New York, and Dublin, Ireland. He has choreographed for Gorilla Rep Theatre, Horseback Productions, and the Chekhov Now! Festival.
Brian Olsen (Director) has directed for The Gallery Players, Writopia Lab, manhattan theatre source, Love Creek Productions, and Gorilla Rep, all in New York; The Saxtons River Playhouse in Saxtons River, Vermont; The Weathervane Playhouse in Newark, Ohio; The Washington Shakespeare Festival in Olympia, Washington; and a national tour of Moliere’s Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme for the National Theater for Arts & Education. He is also the co-founder and co-artistic director of Orange Hanky Productions, where he directed Kevin Podgorski’s original plays F*ck Me B*at Me L*ve Me, Mary Christmas, and Day of the Dad. He assistant directed the world premiere of Sam Shepard’s The God of Hell, directed by Lou Jacob and starring Tim Roth and Randy Quaid, as well as a production of Jason Milligan’s Lullaby which was directed by Louise Lasser. He has an MFA in Directing from the New School. Brian is also the author of Alan Lennox and the Temp Job of Doom and its sequels, a comedic contemporary urban sci-fi thriller series. www.btolsen.com.
Kate Danley (Playwright) is an award winning novelist and USA TODAY Bestselling author. She is a Maryland Distinguished Scholar in the Arts and her plays have been produced in London, New York, Los Angeles, Bristol, Bath, Seattle, and Maryland. She graduated from Towson University and trained at The Groundlings, RADA, UCB, and Seattle Rep. She performed her original stand-up at such clubs as The Comedy Store and The Icehouse. Her series Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker has been optioned for film and television development. Her shorts The Playhouse, Dog Days, Sock Zombie, SuperPout, and Sports Scents can be seen in festivals and on the internet. She trained in on-camera puppetry with Mr. Snuffleupagus and played the head of a 20-foot dinosaur on an NBC pilot. She has over 300+ film, theatre, and television credits to her name. She lost on Hollywood Squares.
*Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association.