|Katie Apicella (Christina) This rookie Stew is starting to feel like an old pro reprising her role for this production of Wickets. A former member of the BAT's - resident acting company of the Flea Theatre - she had the fortune to work alongside many gifted directors and playwrights; Jim Simpson, Mac Wellman, A. R. Gurney, Len Jenkin. You can currently see her in Indie City Entertainment's Web Series Aspiring Line on FunnyorDie.com and in Joe Leonard's (Blatantly Subtle) upcoming directorial debut How I Got Lost (starring Aaron Stanford and Rosemarie DeWitt.) Add'tl NY credits: Schoolgirl Figure, 24 Hour Plays, FISHBOWL. Film & TV: Hope & Faith, Sell Out & Notes For a Movie (Blatantly Subtle), and has hosted for CDTV.net.||
Lee Eddy (Fefu) is a brand new transplant from Austin, Texas. She recently completed a national tour of Salvage Vanguard Theater's The Intergalactic Nemesis. Other credits include St Idiot Collective's You Are Pretty and Spurt, Physical Plant Theater's Not Clown (staged at SoHo Rep), Zachary Scott Theater's Keepin' It Weird and Santaland Diaries, Dirigo Group's Hedda and Bash, Hyde Park Theater's Blur and Something Somewhere Someplace Else, as well as her original one-woman show, The Ladeeleroy Show. Lee was voted 'Best Actress in Austin' by the Austin Chronicle's Reader Poll 2004 - 2007and has received numerous awards from the Austin Critic's Table and the B. Iden Payne Awards in Austin.
|Jessica Jolly (Cindy), now a resident of Los Angeles, CA, Jessica returned to NYC for this very special production. New York credits include Marat/Sade; Lil America; C. Commute; Chantecler; 4Play... Sex in a Series; Finding Grafenberg; The Importance of Being Earnest; King Lear; Don Juan in Outer Space; Precipice. Jessica has just finished shooting The Adventures of CC Brite, in which she plays the title role. Other film credits include: Tempting Charles Warner; Tiger the Frog; It's a Haunted Happenin; Kicking the Dog; Lei Parla Amore. If you go to the movies, you can watch her in a movietickets.com commercials, in which she is on a date with a superhero. Jessica is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.||Christianna Nelson (Emma) is thrilled to be joining this talented group of stews. She received her MFA from the Yale School of Drama, where she received the Hershell Williams Prize, and her BA from Harvard. Some favorite New York productions include: Bloody Mary by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Harvest (La Mama), and F***ing Ibsen Takes Time (NY Fringe). She has done lots of regional theater, including multiple roles at Shakespeare & Company, and her back appeared in 21 episodes of All My Children, as the double of sisters Ava and Lily.
|Kristen Rozanski (Sue) relocated to NYC after receiving a BFA from the University of Minnesota, Duluth. New York City stage productions include Fahrenheit 451 at 59E59, Into the Weeds: The Songbook of Bill Weeden at the Laurie Beechman Theater, the original musical Time Being with Fildwith, and the comedy sketch show Spurn at the PIT. Kristen can be seen in various online comedy sketches including Quiet Library's Miss Teen South Carolina calls 911. Television credits: Ugly Betty, Law and Order: SVU, and Law and Order. Kristen studies improv and sketch writing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and performs there and around NYC with her sketch group The Stuff.||
Maria Parra (Julia) a native of Spain but a Georgia bred girl, has been living in NY for the last three years where she has performed for The Mint Theater in The Fifth Column, Vital Theatre Company in Señor Jay’s Tango Palace, and Intar’s New Works Lab in With Love Gabe. Maria is a member of Intar’s Actors Collective, and recently appeared in a Bus Stop collaboration workshop with Intar’s Playwrights collective. She has also toured with the Big Apple Circus show Step Right Up as a dancer and dog wrangler! Regional credits: Day of the Kings at The Alliance Theatre, Macbeth at Georgia Shakespeare, Tartuffe at Theatre in the Square and many more. Maria also appears regularly as Dr. MooChacha in pediatric hospitals, entertaining children as a clown doctor with the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Program.
|Lucas Steele (Angel) Last appeared on Broadway with Cyndi Lauper and Alan Cumming in the revival of Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brechtʼs The ThreePenny Opera. Other NY credits include Oliver Twist (TFANA) Corpus Christie (Bouwerie Lane Theater), Twilight In Manchego (NYMF) Dalliance In Vienna (ATA), Cheri (The Actor's Studio), All American Boy (NYC Fringe), Paradise Lost (NYCO), Trippinʼ by Daniel Beatty, and a year long run of John Tartaglia: ADLIBerty at Joeʼs Pub. Regional credits include productions at ART, Berkeley Rep,The Walnut Street Theater, and most recently the world premiere of Itʼs Only Life at The Rubicon Theater directed by Daisy Prince. A singer/songwriter of his own material, he is also the former violinist and lead vocalist for The Infinite Orchestra and an original member of the popular New York singing group The Broadway Boys.||Jona Tuck (Cecilia) received her MFA from Ohio University and The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Her favorite NY productions include: Goner (The Kraine Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival - Scotland, Earrigal Arts Festival - Ireland, Junction Arts Festival - Ireland); Suspicious Package (HERE Arts Center); Marat/Sade (Push Productions – ACCESS Theatre); No Meat, No Irony (SoHo Think Tank - The Ohio Theatre); The After Hours (The Zipper Theatre); The Comedy of Errors (City School’s Shakespeare). Favorite regional productions include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Crucible, She Stoops to Conquer (The Monomoy Theatre); The Little Prince (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park).|
|Elizabeth Wakehouse (Paula), a newcomer to New York, is ecstatic to have the opportunity to work with such a talented group of women. She has created and performed ensemble based work with some of Austin’s finest: Rude Mechanicals (Rude Mechs), Refraction Arts Project (RAP), Salvage Vanguard Theatre (SVT), and St Idiot Collective (SiC). Credits: International tour of Get Your War On with the Rude Mechs, 101 Plays About Vladimir Putin also with the Mechs , Vaudeville Vanya, Rainbow Family of the Serendipitous Now, and Spurt with SiC, Philomel Project and American Arcana with RAP, and and Thrush with SVT to name a few.||
Eric Walton (Captain) Eric's mostly one-man show "Esoterica" ran for seven months at the DR2 Theatre and recently enjoyed a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Times of London calling it "...an absolute pleasure...a masterclass in card magic and mentalism." Other theater credits include The Herald in "Marat/Sade" at The Classical Theatre of Harlem, Rick Tannhauser in "Tannhauser: The Play" at The Ohio Theater, Heinrich in "Life During Wartime" at The Currican and Herod in a rock and roll adaptation of "Salome." Recent film credits include a tiny role in Julie Taymore's "Across The Universe" and a principal role in the upcoming "Chasing Butterflies," among others. His one-act play "The Flight of The Shaman" will be presented next month by the Gravity and Glass theater company. www.ericwalton.com