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Bianca's distinguished career began in her home country of South Africa, before moving to NYC, appearing in celebrated Broadway productions including Tom Stoppard's Tony award-winning Coast of Utopia trilogy, Arcadia and MacbethThe Importance of Being Earnest at BAM, Top Girls, Pride & Prejudice, As You Like It and Pygmalion at the Guthrie, King Lear . . .  full bio


* University of Cape Town * 

Emery Battis Award, Elliot Norton Award, Helen Hayes & Irene nominee, Audie & Earphones multi-award winner 


Brian is a physical, dynamic actor, teacher & coach that has worked for over a decade on both coasts. Since graduating UCSD's MFA Acting program, Brian's booked work for every platform, but his primary focus has been on theater that "moves the social conversation forward" - stage credits include: The Lifespan of a Fact (St. Louis Rep),  Angels in America . . .  full bio


* MFA UCSD * BFA Univ. of Wyoming

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For the last 20 years, Christine has worked as an actress at Arena Stage, the GoodmanTheatre, Berkeley Rep, Seattle Rep, the Marin Theatre Company, the Mint Theatre Company, the La Jolla Playhouse, and many others. She has been a company member at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) since 2006, where she’s worked as an actor, director and teaching artist. . . .  full bio





A "luminous" actress on both stage and screen, Stacey's a graduate of LaGuardia High School of Music & the Performing Arts & received her BFA in Acting (Musical Theater) from Syracuse University.  She recently received lead actress Drama Desk, Drama League, and Lucille Lortel nominations for her work in the NY Times Critic's Pick, Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future at Ars Nova . . .  full bio 


 * BFA Syracuse *

Drama Desk, Drama League & Lortel nominee

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Tom is a celebrated stage director, casting director & former Artistic Director of the Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC, 2008-2014), where he directed NY IT award-winning revivals of Allegro and Children of Eden. Additional at APAC includes Blood Brothers, The Secret Garden, Love Trapezoid (new musical workshop), The Human Comedy, The Pillowman, Ragtime and Proof . . .  full bio


* BFA MMC (Acting & Directing) * Director (NY IT Award nominee) 


Amy's an award-winning stage, screen & voice actress, with cherished theatrical productions including Appropriate (Humana, Louisville),  Intimate Apparel (Two River Theatre), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Theatre of Frankfurt), Beauty (La Jolla), Fallen Angels (Dorset Theater), Electra (Warehouse), There's No Bayville in Texas (Baldwin Festival; Outstanding Lead Actress Award) . . .  full bio

* MFA UCSD * BA UNC-Chapel Hill




MFA The Old Globe/USD *

BFA Marymount Manhattan College

Over the last decade, Neil has drawn from his experience as a classically-trained actor to bring to life 130+ fiction and non-fiction audiobooks, as well as long-form journalism, from just about every genre that exists. Known for his facility and versatility with dialects from all over the world and larger than life characterizations, he's received two Audiofile Earphone Awards . . .  full bio

STACEY LINNARTZ * MFA NYU (Gerald and Iris Cantor Fellowship); BA Wheaton College, MA: Theatre & Dramatic Literature, Lillian Hellman Award


Stacey Linnartz is a New York City-based actor, director, producer, and teacher of acting. She is currently the Advanced Acting professor for the BFA programs at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and for the New York State Summer School of the Arts . . .  full bio



* MFA Cal State Long Beach *

BA Indiana State University


Lauren is an Atlanta-based theatre director, teacher and coach. After receiving her BA in theatre from Indiana State University, she worked as a theatre artist in Indianapolis before attending graduate school

at Cal State Long Beach for her MBA/MFA. Lauren works with several theatre companies in Atlanta, including Horizon Theatre Company as the Co-Director of the Apprentice Program . . .  full bio

Andrew W. Smith is a professional Actor, Director, Teacher, and Producer whose work has been seen throughout New York City, regionally, and internationally. He is the Co-Founding Artistic Director of award-winning Project Y Theatre Company in New York City. With Project Y, he has served as Producer and/or Director for 5 Women in Theatre Festivals, 2 New Playwright Festivals . . .  full bio


* MFA UCSD​ * BA Middlebury College 




Victoria's an accomplished actress, director and teacher, currently Professor of Performing Arts at the Savannah College of Arts and Design. Professional directing includes Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit at the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, The Lacy Project and Sophie Scholl: The Last Days in New York City; educational credits include Constellations, Sense and Sensibility, Steel Magnolias . . .  full bio



 BA Barnard College 

AMANDA CREIGHTON * MFA New York University * BFA Univ. of Utah

A versatile actor, director and educator, Amanda's career spans screen, television, and stage. As a director, credits include Romeo and Juliet, the world premiere of Creighton James’s Dirt (Red Herring Prods), Two Gentleman of Verona (Jebby Awards winner). Other directing includes an originally conceived production of Heinrich Hoffman’s Struwwelpeter, and an all-female staging of MacBeth . . .  full bio           

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