Annie Golden considers herself the illegitimate child of the legitimate theatre having been discovered on the Bowery fronting a rock band and cast by Milos Forman as Jeannie in Hair, the 1978 film. She was last seen in The Shaggs, at Playwrights Horizons which was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for best musical. On Broadway and off she was seen in Xanadu and created the role of Georgie Bukatinsky in The Full Monty; Sondheim’s original Squeaky Fromme in Assassins at Playwrights Horizons, directed by Jerry Zaks; Ah! Wilderness with Colleen Dewhurst and Jason Robards; On The Town; Little Shop of Horrors as Audrey. Film: Hair; I Love You, Phillip Morris!; Adventures of Power; Twelve Monkeys; Baby Boom; Brooklyn Rules; The Pebble and The Penguin. On the small screen: NYC 22; Law & Order SVU; Law & Order; Cheers; Miami Vice; Third Watch. Visit her facebook fan page to keep up on her progress!
Amber Gray Recent credits include Mission Drift (The TEAM. 2012 Drama League Nominee for Distinguished Production of a Musical), All Hands (Hoi Polloi), Eager to Lose (Ars Nova), Sex on Sunday (BE Company), Banished Children of Eve (Irish Rep), The Octoroon (PS122), and ongoing shows with Reverend Billy and The Church of Stop Shopping. TV/Film: The Burg, Law and Order: SVU, Roger the Chicken, Herkimer Dufrayne, Sissypants, The Weekend, What Would Jesus Buy? Training: MFA NYU Graduate Acting.
Alexandra Henrikson* previous credits include Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls (Alliance Theater), Candida* and Taming of the Shrew (California Shakespeare Theater-*Bay Area Critic’s Circle Nomination), Hell House (St Ann’s Warehouse), The Maids (Impure Artists), Fly By Night (Yale Cabaret/ArsNova). She is a founding member of the Good Belly Theater Collective. MFA from the Yale School of Drama.
Irene Sofia Lucio Previous credits include: Wit (MTC), Estrella Cruz the Junkyard Queen (Ars Nova), Romeo and Juliet (Yale Rep), Master Builder (Yale Rep), After the Revolution and Golden Gate (Williamstown Theater Festival), Amadeus (Chautauqua Theater Company). TV/Film Credits: Gossip Girl, Casi Casi (HBO Latino). She is a graduate from Princeton University and the Yale School of Drama.
Erika Rolfsrud Previous Credits include: on Broadway, The Coast of Utopia (Lincoln Center), Exit The King, Rabbit Hole (MTC); Off Broadway, Electra In A One-Piece (Good Company), Misalliance (The Pearl), Love’s Fire (The Public/Acting Company), The Glory Of Living (MCC), and more; regionally, The Game’s Afoot (Ken Ludwig World Premiere-Cleveland Playhouse), Little Dog Laughed (Repertory Theatre of St Louis-Best Actress, Kevin Kline Award), etc.; on tv, NYC 22, Law & Order, etc.www.erikarolfsrud.com.
Jennifer Moeller (Set Design) Credits include: Crooked and costumes for Aliens with Extraordinary Skills (Women’s Project), The How & the Why (McCarter), Happy Now? (Primary Stages), Venus in Fur (Studio Theatre), Merchant of Venice, Richard II, Romeo & Juliet, Antony & Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Tamburlaine, and Richard III (Shakespeare Theatre Company), The Sacrifices (Summer Play Festival), Dance of the Holy Ghost (Yale Repertory Theatre), Six Degrees of Separation (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Waiting for Godot (Berkshire Theatre Festival).
Moria Sine Clinton (Costume Designer) Named in this year’s LIVE DESIGN Magazine as “A Young Designer to Watch.” Recent credits: La Finta Giardiniera, Down In The Valley (The Juilliard School) Crashing the Party (Mixed Blood) Brundibar (Palm Beach Opera) Hamlet Redux (Asolo Repertory) Crane Story (Playwrights Realm) Boeing, Boeing, Neighborhood 3, and The Betrothed (Wellfleet Actors Harbor Theatre) Notes From Underground, (La Jolla Playhouse, Theatre for New Audiences, Yale Repertory Theatre) 99 Ways to F**k a Swan (Playmakers Repertory-UNC) Electra In A One-Piece (Wild Project) Uncle Vanya, Duchess of Malfi, Woyzeck, and Much Ado About Nothing (Brown/Trinity Rep) Stairs to the Roof (A.R.T. Institute). Graduate of The Yale School of Drama. Info at: www.moriaclinton.com
Scott Bolman(Light Design) Recent credits include Brooklyn Village (Roulette), Song from the Uproar (The Kitchen), Brooklyn Babylon (BAM), Shen Wei’s Q Confucius performance (Rockbund Museum, Shanghai), West Side Story (El Paso Opera) and Sty of the Blind Pig and The Understudy (Theaterworks Hartford). Upcoming projects include Robert Wilson’s Odyssey (National Theater of Greece) and Clementine Hunter (Peak Performances). Scott teaches at Brown University and is a founding member of Wingspace Design Collective.
Stowe Nelson (Sound Design) Previous credits include: Cafe Variations (SITI Company/ArtsEmerson), Samuel & Alasdair (Mad Ones/New Ohio), The Ding Dongs (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre), Honus & Me (Totem Pole Playhouse), The Tremendous Tremendous (Mad Ones/The Brick). Stowe’s design for Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War won the 2010 NY Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Sound Design.