Written by Devin Burnam
Directed by Shaun Bennet Fauntleroy
Featuring Cassandra Nwokah*, Dan Kublick*, Sue Kim, Rachel Towne* and Stewart Walker*
Produced by Sea Dog Theater, Janelle Garcia Domig and Christopher Domig
Assistant Director Katie Cundari
Stage Manager Whitney Bahr
Sound Design Tye Hunt Fitzgerald
Lighting Design Guy de Lancey
Front of House Jenn Hibbs, Connor Kopko, Aevita Nalian
Press Representative Alton PR
Special Thanks to Von Bar
Headshot Photo Credit: Shannon Condon
Press Photo Credit: Jeremy Varner
KATIE CUNDARI (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR)is so happy to be working with Sea Dog Theater! Previous directorial credits include Medusa Underwater, a partially staged reading of a new play by Viviana Prado-Núñez at Rising Sun’s Summer Festival; a reading of Canaries, a new play, at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity; and Budding Bards, an apprentice festival at Shakespeare on the Sound. Favorite performance credits at Marymount include 10/12, The Best Thing We Do, Skiddy, and Frostbite. Her favorite regional performance credit is A Mini Summer Night’s Dream, at Shakespeare on the Sound. BA theatre performance Marymount Manhattan College. Much love to the cast and crew!
WHITNEY BAHR (STAGE MANAGER)is a graduate from the University of Florida where she studied Family, Youth, and Community Science and Theater. She is a trained vocalist, writer, and actor, her writing including music, lyrics, and stage productions. She has performed across the nation, including the O’Connell Center and Carnegie Hall, always entering into her work with a desire to deeply understand people and connect them to the most beautiful parts of life. Whitney has worked in several nonprofits, specializing in donor communications, event coordinating, and publicity. She was the Founder and Director of Art in Motion Theater Camp in Florida and the Director of the Man Up, Speak Up Camp with The Women’s Center - where she worked to co-create several Public Service Announcements that premiered on MTV, city billboards, and YouTube. Whitney’s passion is to use the arts as a way of uncovering truth, both the beautiful and the brutal.
TYE HUNT FITZGERALD (SOUND DESIGN)is a conceptual and reinforcement sound designer. Design credits include: Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Cherry Lane Studio); An Enemy of the People (Yale Repertory Theatre); Passion (Yale School of Drama); Feral Child, Concord Floral (Suburban Beast Theatre). Associate Design: White Noise (The Public). Assistant Design: Fetch Clay, Make Man (Dallas Theatre Center); Alice By Heart (MCC); Eve’s Song (The Public), The Rare Biosphere (Sea Dog Theater). Tye is a graduate from the Sound Design department at Yale School of Drama.
GUY DE LANCEY (LIGHTING DESIGN) is an award-winning producer, editor, cinematographer, photographer, light and set designer as well as an actor. At the heart of all his pursuits, which span a variety of roles in theatre, film and TV, is the art of storytelling. Earlier this year, he was nominated for a Fleur du Cap for Best Supporting Actor and Best Lighting Design (together with Luke Ellenbogen) for his involvement in Louis Viljoen‘s The Pervert Laura. He studied at Rhodes University, New York University and Benetton’s Fabrica Arts and Communication Research Centre and his recent directing, acting and design credits include; Shakespeare’s King Lear (This time it Hurts), Urban Death, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Highway Crossing, As You Like It, Glengary Glen Ross and Through the Looking Glass. Guy is often vocal about the inequalities present in the South African theatre industry and doesn’t shy away from expressing scepticism when it comes to artistic accolades or the nature of creative institutions. Guy recently worked with Sea Dog Theater on the world premiere production of The Rare Biosphere by Chris Cragin Day.