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is the creator and author of The Continuing Adventures of Dick Danger,
a late-night comedy/adventure serial which ran for two and a half years
in New York. A successful limited revival of the show recently bowed
at the Cocteau, produced by Moonwork. Chris' short film Walking Charley
is the winner of two Aurora Awards and has been featured in a number
of prominent film festivals. Chris is a member of the BMI Musical Theatre
Workshop, and a former member of Curt Demptster's playwrights lab at
Ensemble Studio Theatre.
is the Artistic Director of Resonance Ensemble where he has directed
productions of Sophocles' "Antigone", Gorky's "The Lower
Depths", and world premiere productions of "Strange Bedfellows"
by Bruce Cohen and "La Tempestad" by Larry Loebell. Other
directing credits include world premieres of "Fit to Kill"
(Theatre Row), "Kryptonite City" (Hypothetical Theatre Company),
and "Finding Louise" (Oberon Theatre Ensemble), as well as
revivals of "Measure for Measure", "Blood Wedding",
and "Of Mice and Men."
(Paul) Patrick just finished working as an understudy for the Pearl
Theatre Company’s production of Friedrich Schiller’s Mary
Stuart. During that run, he performed
the role of George Talbot four times. On television and film Patrick
has appeared on Law & Order
(Steve), All My Children,
As The World Turns,
and in Whitney Hamilton’s My
Brother’s War (Lucius Walker).
Other New York theatre work includes the premiere of Larry Loebell’s
and the New York premieres of Charles Mee’s Time
to Burn and Victor L. Cahn’s
Fit to Kill,
as well as The Importance of Being
Earnest (Algernon), Cockfighters
(CD Fowler), Of Mice and Men
(Carlson), Arms and the Man
(Sergius Saranoff), Blood Wedding
(The Moon), Much Ado About Nothing
(Benedick), The Winter’s Tale
(Polixenes), Twelfth Night
(Orsino), and As You Like It
(Jenny) Wrenn is an actress and playwright from Columbia, South Carolina.
Selected acting credits include the title role in Pogo
& Evie: A Zydeco Musical currently
running at Jacques-Imo's Theater, Dog
Day Afternoon, Heaven,
Free Will and Wanton Lust,
The Children's Hour,
Romeo and Juliet
and numerous student films in Dallas and New York. She is a member of
Unbound, a New York City playwrights' group dedicated to the development
of new work for the American theatre and a sometimes stilt-walker with
Bond Street Theatre. Wrenn graduated with honors from Southern Methodist
University with a BFA in Theatre and a BA in History.
Ryan C. Tramont
(Kevin) New York: Well Laid Desert,
(w/ Austin Pendleton), The Winter's
Tale. Regional: Total
and Juliet, Mass
Thanks to Chris and Eric for their trust and faith. Special thanks as
always go out to K.S., A.P., and B.M. for their continual support and
Christine Verleny (Sarah) After unpacking
her suitcase years ago, Christine embarked on a journey that has included
Esper, EST, Curt Dempster, Weird Sisters, the Berlin Film Festival,
Fred Kareman, 3 months as a life size cardboard cutout in a bank lobby,
too many one-acts and original works to count and the thrill of working
with so many amazing actors, esigners, directors, stage managers and
producers. Career highlights: Hermione "The Winter's Tale,"
Ruth - "The Norman Conquests," Venus Envy - "Famous for
Fifteen Years," and Amelia - "Wormhole." Thank you Catfish,
Eric and Rachel for always coming back for more. Enjoy the show!