BRIAN LEE HUYNH (Kemp/Eiji) makes his TheatreSquared debut with Fault. On Broadway, he appeared as Captain Stewart in the original cast of War Horse (Lincoln Center Theatre). Off-Broadway credits include Claudio/Elbow in Measure for Measure (Epic Theatre Ensemble). Regional credits include new plays with The Debate Society/NYSAF, People’s Light and Theatre and Capital Repertory Company. Last year he made his network debut on “Elementary” (CBS.) He holds a BFA and MFA from Ithaca College and USD/Old Globe, respectively.
REBECCA HIROTA (Molly/Moto) makes her TheatreSquared debut with Fault. Selected New York credits include Romeo & Juliet (Classic Stage Company), Artaud/Artaud (Signature), The Tower (HERE Arts Center) & MotherBoard (AntiMatter Collective). Selected regional and international credits include The Most Deserving (Denver Center), Caviar on Credit (The Guthrie), 36 Vews (The Huntington & Quantum Theatre) & Miss Saigon (Forestburgh Playhouse). Television credits include “Elementary”, “Gossip Girl”, “Unforgettable”, and “Law & Order”. She holds an MFA from Columbia University.
RYAN GEORGE (Gabe) makes his TheatreSquared debut with Fault. His NYC credits include the titular role in Othello (Alchemical Theatre Laboratory) and Jeb in Rush (Paradise Factory Theatre). Regional credits include Oshoosi Size in The Brothers Size (GableStage), Caliban in The Tempest (Hippodrome Theatre), and Spike in Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike (Florida Repertory Theatre). He holds a BFA.in Acting from the University of Florida.
Seth Andrew Bridges
Amy Herzberg, Director
AMY HERZBERG (Director) is associate artistic director and a co-founder of TheatreSquared and distinguished professor of theatre at the University of Arkansas, where she directs the MFA/BA acting programs. Credits include La Jolla Playhouse, George Street Playhouse, Alabama Shakespeare Festival Southern Writers’ Project, Stages Repertory Theater, Valle Christi International Theatre Festival, English Theatre Berlin, and San Diego Repertory Theatre, where she was in the resident acting company for four years. For TheatreSquared, she has directed Fun Home, Great Expectations, Good People, Amadeus, The Last Five Years, ‘Twas the Night, Moonlight and Magnolias, Bad Dates, Next to Normal and One Man, Two Guvnors. She has appeared in several T2 productions, including the world premieres of The Spiritualist and My Father’s War, a play about her father’s experiences in WWII. She has received numerous honors for her work, including the Kennedy Center’s ACTF National Acting Teacher Fellowship, U of A’s Charles and Nadine Baum Teaching Award, Fulbright College Master Teacher Award, Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship for Directing, and along with her husband, the Governor’s Arts Award. She has been recognized as one of 25 visionary Arkansans by the Arkansas Times, honoring Arkansans whose ideas have had a transformative impact on life in Arkansas. She holds an MFA in acting from Cal Arts, with additional training from American Conservatory Theatre and The Actors Center in New York.
(Bruce) returns to TheatreSquared, where he was last seen as Dan in Next to Normal. On Broadway, he understudied and performed the roles of Beast and Gaston in Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, and starred as Sam Carmichael in the Las Vegas company of Mamma Mia! Additional credits include The World Goes Round (Pittsburgh Public), Children of Eden (Ford’s Theatre), We Will Rock You (Las Vegas), Idaho! The Musical (NYMF), Mame (North Shore), and The Scarlet Pimpernel (Sacramento Music Circus). An Arkansas native, he holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Arkansas and an MFA in acting from the University of Arizona.
(Helen Bechdel) returns to TheatreSquared, after appearing as Diana in Next to Normal. On Broadway, she appeared as Christine Daee in The Phantom of The Opera and Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof. National tours include Christine in The Phantom of The Opera and Rita in 100 Years of Broadway. Off-Broadway credits include Lady Edith in The Prince and the Pauper (Lambs Theatre), Ethel Chichester in Peg O' My Heart (Irish Repertory Theater), Diva in Plesir D'Amor (59E59), and Katrrin Binder in Flirtation (Marvel Repertory). Chicago credits include Johanna in Sweeney Todd and Laurey in Oklahama (Marriot's Lincolnshire). She recently appeared as Ethel McCormick in Footloose (Fulton Theatre). She holds a BA in opera from Simpson College and an MM from Northwestern University.
Autumn Rae Shannon
(Small Alison) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Regional credits include playing Molly in Annie. Television credits include her role as Lauren in The Lauren Cooper Story on World's Astonishing News. She has appeared in several films, and recently played David Arquette's daughter, Daisy, in Tortoise. In addition to acting and singing, she is a songwriter. She is currently writing her second album of original music, to be released in 2018. Her future aspirations include touring to perform her own concerts, a Disney show, and Broadway.
(Alison) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Off-Broadway: Laurie Partridge in The Bardy Bunch (Theatre at St. Clements), The Music Man (with Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana, at the Transport Group), Kate in Urban Momfare (SoHo Playhouse), Mexican Hayride (Musicals Tonight). Regional credits include the world premieres of Wendy MacLeod's Drop a Dime and Lauren Yee's The Carousel of Progress, both at the Queens Theatre. She was a featured storyteller on NPR's The Moth and The Moth GrandSlam. She holds a Bachelor of Music in classical vocal performance from the Manhattan School of Music.
(Joan) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Most recently seen in New York as Lily Livingston in the Metropolitan Playhouse production of On Striver's Row, she also played Lisa in the Mamma Mia! National Tour. Other credits include Joanne Jefferson in RENT, Susannah in Tintypes, Cassandra in Vanya and Sonya... and Lorraine in All Shook Up. This fall she can be seen as Kali in the hit web series Situationships (Season 2) on Blavity. A native of Oakland, California, she trained in New York City at the CAP21 Professional Musical Theatre Program.
Halley Electra Mayo
(Medium Alison) was previously seen at TheatreSquared in Sundown Town and and the Arkansas New Play Festival (Sundown Town, Fall of the House 2010, Little War in Little Rock 2016, TransAtlantic 2017). Regional credits include Arkansas Shakespeare, Great Plains Theatre and Sierra Repertory. She appeared in the National Tour of A Christmas Carol. She holds a BA in theatre arts and dance from Hendrix College, studied musical theatre at NYU's CAP21, and is a second year MFA acting candidate at the University of Arkansas.
(Roy/Mark/Pete/Bobby) makes his TheatreSquared debut. Off-Broadway credits include The Christians (Playwrights Horizons), and Pillars of New York (St. Luke’s). National Tour credits include Norman Petty/ Buddy Holly Understudy in BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story. Regional credits include Boland in Dogfight, Demetrius/Tytania in Midsummer, and Eugene in Brighton Beach Memoirs. He is an alum of NYU Tisch New Studio on Broadway.
(Christian) makes his TheatreSquared and professional debut. He has performed at Arts Live Theatre (The Boxcar Children), attended the TheatreSquared Summer Drama Academy and New School Musical Theatre Camp, and sung with the University of Arkansas Children’s Choir. He is studying jazz trumpet and is an avid reader and writer. He is a sixth grader at Owl Creek Middle School and alum of Washington Elementary.
(John) makes his TheatreSquared and professional debut. He has acted at Arts Live Theatre (The Boxcar Children) and in the TheatreSquared Summer Drama Academy. Along with his brother, Alexander, he has sung with the University of Arkansas Children’s Choir. He studies banjo with Clarke Buehling and is learning Mandarin Chinese. He is a fifth grader at Owl Creek and a recent alum of Washington Elementary.
Reginald L. Douglas (Director)
Reginald L. Douglas (Director) is the Artistic Producer of City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh, a leading center for the development and production of bold new plays. At City, Reginald curates, line-produces, and directs in the theater’s six-show season and annual Momentum Festival of New Plays; oversees casting operations and artistic initiatives; and builds community and artistic partnerships both locally and nationally. In addition to his career at City, he directs extensively throughout the country, having worked at venues including the Eugene O’Neill Center’s National Playwrights Conference and National Music Theatre Conferences, Theater Works Hartford, Theatre Squared, Playwrights Center, McCarter, Luna Stage, Harlem Stage, Wild Project, Signature Center, Drama League, Rattlestick, and many others. He has developed and directed plays by many acclaimed writers including Dominique Morisseau, Colman Domingo, Nikkole Salter, Zakiyyah Alexander & Imani Uzuri, Josh Wilder, Harrison David Rivers, Korde Arrington Tuttle, Amy Evans, Craig “muMs” Grant, Laura Brienza, Angelica Chéri, James MacLindon, Natalia Naman, Bil Wright, Kevin R. Free, Drew Larimore, and several others. Reginald has received fellowships from New York Theatre Workshop and the Lark; was a member of the Actors Studio’s Playwrights and Directors Unit; has assistant directed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regionally; and has served on the selection committees for several local and national fellowships and grants panels. He has lectured in directing at the National Theatre Institute and Point Park University, where he directed a lauded production of Charles Mee’s Big Love last season. Named “One of Top 10 People to Meet” by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Reginald has been profiled by Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Pittsburgh Today Live, The Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show, Soul Pitt Quarterly,and Stage Buddy.His directorial work has been hailed by The New York Times, Village Voice, Talkin' Broadway, The Star Ledger,and other leading publications. Reginald is a proud graduate of Georgetown University and member of SDC. Upcoming work includes the world premiere productions of Cori Thomas’ Citizens Market (City Theatre) and Ashman and Menken’s Little Shop of Horrors (University of Pittsburgh). www.reginalddouglas.com
Amy Evans (Playwright)
Amy Evans (Playwright) is a writer and educator based in Brooklyn, New York. Her play The Champion, inspired by the life of the legendary Nina Simone, was featured in the 2016 Arkansas New Play Festival and is slated to premiere at TheatreSquared in October 2017. Her plays include Achidi J’s Final Hours(Finborough Theatre), Many Men’s Wife (Tricycle Theatre), The Next Question (HB Playwrights Foundation), The Big Nickel (Soho Theatre), and The Most Unsatisfied Town (English Theatre Berlin International Performing Arts Center). Amy has given workshops Humboldt University and the Institute of Cultural Inquiry Kulturlabor in Berlin, and is an alumna of Hedgebrook Women Writers’ Residency, BRICLab Performing Arts Residency, 651 Arts’ Artist Development Program, and Interstate 73 Playwrights’ Group. She holds an MA in Theatre Arts from Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Joy Jones (Nina Simone) returns to TheatreSquared, where she previously appeared in the 2016 Arkansas New Play Festival workshop of The Champion. New York credits include Zaide (Lincoln Center Festival), a previous workshop of The Champion (BRIC Media Arts, and workshops at the Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons and the Culture Project. She appeared internationally with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Tantalus. National credits include Romeo & Juliet, The Tempest (Arkansas Repertory); Mary T & Lizzy K (Arena Stage), Fences (Everyman Theatre); Cloud Nine; Belleville; Invisible Man (Studio Theatre), Invisible Man (Huntington Theatre), Ruined, Tantalus (Denver Center), Young Lady from Rwanda, Pericles, Nicholas Nickleby,Well,and Pride & Prejudice (PlayMakers Repertory). TV/Film credits include Tantalus: Behind the Mask, The Shakespeare Sessions, Homicide, The Broken Continent and Confidential Informant. She holds an MFA from the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill.
Jeff Church, Director
JEFF CHURCH (Director) Producing Artistic Director of The Coterie Theatre in Kansas City, which, during his tenure, was named in the top five children’s theatres in the US by Time Magazine. At Woolly Mammoth in Washington, DC, he directed The Rocky Horror Show, which ran for 9 months, and worked with composer Al Carmines on a revival of Wanted. For the Kansas City Repertory, he helmed The Drawer Boy, and for Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seussical and The Wrestling Season (which also played the Kennedy Center, where he has directed numerous productions), as well as Quentos at the Denver Center. For the Unicorn Theatre in Kansas City, he has directed 10 productions, including Love! Valour! Compassion!, bare, The Judas Kiss, Next Fall, Laramie Project, Sister Mary Ignatius, and others. His Coterie highlights have included producing the Coterie’s Great Books/Banned Books season, which included a US premiere of The Lord of the Flies. His work with playwright Laurie Brooks led to The Wrestling Season. He created the Coterie’s Lab for New Family Musicals, where the version of Seussical he developed with the Broadway composers is now the most performed musical in educational theatre in the US. Recently, he transferred The Coterie’s Lucky Duck with its Kansas City cast to the New Victory Theatre in New York. He has been an NEA site reporter and a board officer of both Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and TYA/UYA. For the past 13 years, he has taught graduate level Text Analysis for UMKC Theatre. He was inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre in 2006.
SHANA GOLD (Director) returns to T2, previously directing Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel, Gina Gionfriddo's Rapture Blister Burn, Neil LaBute's Reasons to be Pretty, Amy Herzog's 4000 Miles, David Auburn's Proof and Glen Berger's Underneath The Lintel, as well as Lee Blessing's Uncle at the Arkansas New Play Festival. Her Off-Broadway and world premiere credits include Lameece Isaaq's Food and Fadwa (New York Theatre Workshop/Noor Theatre); Lynn Rosen's Goldor & Mythyka: A Hero is Born (New Georges); Stanton Wood's Polaris (Urban Stages); and Leila Buck's In the Crossing (The Culture Project, Women Center Stage). Her regional credits include Leila Buck's Hkeelee(Talk to me) (Arena Stage); Nathalie Handal's The Storyteller (The Kennedy Center); Lisa D'Amour's Detroit (TheatreWorks); John Walch's Transatlantic (Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Southern Writers Project); Jeff Talbot's A Public Education, Robert Zellers' Mr. Wheeler's (Pioneer Theatre – Play by Play Festival); and Ismail Khalidi's Football (NYU – Abu Dhabi). Circumference of a Squirrel received the Austin Critics Table Award for Best New Play, Best Director, and the Austin Chronicle's Top Ten List. In Fayetteville, she also recently directed Charlotte's Web (Trike Theatre/Walton Arts Center); Oscar Wilde Shorts (Opera Fayetteville); and Spring Awakening (University of Arkansas). Shana has also developed/directed new work at Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, New Dramatists, The Lark, The Public Theatre, MCC, NYTW, and Silk Road Theatre in Chicago. She received her MFA and the Buchwald Fellowship in Directing from Brooklyn College and has taught and directed for the Lincoln Center Theatre's education program, Juilliard, Dartmouth, NYU-Tisch, and Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. She is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Society of Directors and Choreographers, and is a New Georges Affiliated Artist.
Kholoud Sawaf, director
Kholoud Sawaf (Director) Kholoud Sawaf is artist-in-residence at TheatreSquared, where she has assistant directed numerous productions over the course of four seasons. She is a recipient of the 2017 Classical Directing Fellowship from the Drama League in New York. Most recently, she assistant directed Vietgone at the Manhattan Theatre Club (Jonathan Alper Directing Fellow) and at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, both under the direction of May Adrales; was a Lab Company Fellow at Hangar Theatre; and collaborated on four productions with Shakespeare & Co. in Massachusetts and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival in New York . She was instrumental in TheatreSquared’s three-year $250,000 grant award from the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, and is developing an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet with T2 that will be set in contemporary Damascus. Born and raised in Damascus, Syria, she worked with the Al Qabbani and Al-Hamra theatres at an early age and attended the Performing Arts Program at American University in Sharjah, where she also collaborated with Skyline Theatre. She is a member of the Nihna Cultural Group in Damascus and holds an MFA in Directing from University of Arkansas.
Mark Shanahan (Director) returns to T2, where he has directed Peter and the Starcatcher, Around the World in 80 Days, and The Quest for Don Quixote, and adapted The Dingdong. His directing work has been seen at The Alley Theatre, The Westport Country Playhouse, The Fulton Opera House, Merrimack Rep, Florida Rep, The Cape Playhouse, The Weston Playhouse, George Street Playhouse, Penguin Rep, The Hangar Theatre, and many more. As an actor, he has performed On and Off Broadway (The 39 Steps, Tryst, Checkers) and at numerous regional theaters including the Kennedy Center, The Denver Center, The Alley, Hartford Theatreworks, The Westport Country Playhouse and others. His play, The Dingdong, was workshopped at the 2015 Arkansas New Play Festival at T2 and opened Off-Broadway at The Pearl Theatre in New York City in spring 2016, before returning to T2 for a full production in 2017. He is a graduate of Brown University and holds an MA from Fordham University, where he also teaches.
MISCHA HUTCHINGS (Sally Applewhite) makes her TheatreSquared debut. She recently appeared as Mary in Detroit (Catastrophic Theatre); Alice in Lidless, Stacey in Spaghetti Code (Horse Head Theatre); Elizabeth Keel’s Rainbowlands (14 Pews); Margaret in Leading Ladies (Texas Repertory Theatre); Karen in Speed the Plow (Country Playhouse); Mary in It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play (Unity Theatre); Catherine in Elizabeth Keel's Notions of Right and Wrong (Mildred's Umbrella); Amanda in The Glass Menagerie, Hannah in Angels in America: Part I, and Hannah in Angels in America: Part 2 (University of Arkansas Theatre). Other favorite roles include: Catherine in Proof, Carol in Oleanna and Sylvia in Sylvia. She also performed for three years as a company member at Main Street Youth Theater. She holds her BA from the University of St. Thomas and is a company member of Horse Head Theatre. She is a second-year MFA acting candidate at the University of Arkansas.
L.ROI HAWKINS (Harry "Jazzbo" Heywood, et al) makes his TheatreSquared debut. New York credits include Thurgood Marshall in The Color of Justice and Friar Laurence in Romeo and Juliet for TheatreWorksUSA, both national tours. Regional credits include Sgt. Waters in A Soldier's Play and Flip in Stick Fly (The Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City); Sylvester in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (The Missouri Repertory Theatre), and various roles for Theatre For Young America. Television credits include Featured Voice in national commercials for Ethan Allen and Denny's. He studied business and theatre at the University of Kansas.
BETSY JILKA (Lana Sherwood, et al) returns to TheatreSquared, where previous credits include Mother in Lily's Purple Plastic Purse and Izzy in Rabbit Hole. Regional theatre credits include Martha Cratchit and Mrs. Dilber in A Christmas Carol (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Ruth in Dessa Rose (Fourth Wall Theatre); Janet in Rocky Horror Picture Show (Tulsa Project Theatre); Karen in August: Osage County; Amanda in A Feminine Ending (Denton, Texas). Off-Broadway credits include Christmas Rappings (Judson Theatre) and various roles in Spare Change Theatre productions (Brooklyn, NY) where she was an ensemble member. Her favorite roles include Maria in The Sound of Music and Cathy in The Last Five Years. She holds an MFA in acting from the University of Arkansas.
CHRISTOPHER TENNISON (Vince Hines, et al) returns to TheatreSquared, where he previously appeared in Comet Town at the 2017 Arkansas New Play Festival and understudied for All The Way and Peter and The Starcatcher. Regional credits includes Last Gas (Shadowland Stages); Night and Her Stars (Town Center Theatre); Somebody's Sons, Beyond The Fringe (Main Street Theater); Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet (Phoenix Theater); If You Take a Mouse to The Movies, The Outsiders, The Diary of Anne Frank (Main Street Theater for Youth); and Oleanna (The Fan Factory.) He was the founding artistic director of Town Center Theatre in The Woodlands, Texas. He holds a BA from the University of St. Thomas, and is a third-year MFA candidate at the University of Arkansas, where he has performed as Roy Cohn in Angels in America Parts I and II, and as Sam Byck in Assassins.
BILL ROGERS (Freddie Filmore, et al) returns to TheatreSquared, where he previously appeared in Detroit, All The Way, Amadeus, The Quest for Don Quixote, Superior Donuts, Sons of the Prophet, and Sundown Town. University of Arkansas Theatre credits include Eurydice, Twelfth Night, The Foreigner, Kin, Time Stands Still, Translations and She Stoops To Conquer. Regional credits include Krapp’s Last Tape (Block St. Theatre); Nice Work If You Can Get It (Tent Theatre); Unnecessary Farce (Tent Theatre); The Jefferson Bottles (Block St. Theatre); the Dupont series, Radio Dazed: Dracula vs. Old Man Winter (Ceramic Cow Productions); Alley 38 (Artist’s Laboratory Theatre); and other productions. Film credits include Parker’s Anchor, Your Local News, Neapolitan and Gordon Family Tree. He received his MFA in acting from the University of Arkansas.
JUSTIN WALKER (Jake Laurents) returns to TheatreSquared. Previous T2 credits include Venticello 1 in Amadeus, Bobby in Look Away, Alan in One Man, Two Guvnors, Romeo in T2's co-production of Romeo and Juliet in Concert with the Southwest Arkansas Symphony, and the Arkansas New Play Festival. Recent credits include Griffin in the world premiere of Tectonic Theatre Project's The Temple Bombing at the Alliance Theatre, Macbeth at Serenbe Playhouse, and David in The Foreigner at Hangar Theatre. He holds an MFA in acting from the University of Arkansas.
RICHARD HOLDEN(Erik Blake) returns to Fayetteville and TheatreSquared, having previously appeared as J. Edgar Hoover in All The Way (2016), Joseph in Tigers Be Still (2012), and the 2010 Arkansas New Play Festival. Among his many credits are, Glengarry Glen Ross (Broadway Company-National Tour); Jack Kerouac in Beatific Poets, Bix in Hoagy, Bix, and Bunkhaus, A Tale Told/Talley And Son (Marc Taper Forum); Down an Alley Filled with Cats, Joined At The Head (Pasadena Playhouse); U.S.A. (Actors Theatre Los Angeles); Shakespeare Laughs (Cincinnati Playhouse); Dr. Larch in Cider House Rules, Charles Bukowski in Love, Bukowski (California Repertory Company); and many more. He has appeared in dozens of films and television shows, including 12 Years A Slave, 99 Homes, The Grifters, Get Hard, This is the End, Keanu!, ZOO, Underground, American Horror Story, 24, Heart, Baby, the soon to be released The Domestics, and many more. He holds an MFA from California State University Long Beach and is an associate professor/head of performance at the LSU School of Theatre in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
LAURIE LARSON(Deirdre Blake) makes her TheatreSquared debut. She most recently appeared in The Taming of the Shrew with Chicago Shakespeare Theater after starring this past spring in the world premiere of Dance for Beginners at Piven Theatre Workshop in Evanston, Illinois. Regionally, she has performed in Riding the Dolphin at the Zephyr Theatre in Los Angeles and Shear Madness at the former American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, Missouri. Other favorite roles in her adopted hometown of Chicago include Tranquillity Woods (Steppenwolf Theatre); And Neither Have I Wings to Fly (Fox Theatricals); Pygmalion (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company); The New Electric Ballroom (A Red Orchid Theatre); Through the Leaves; (the side project); A Lie of the Mind (Strawdog Theatre); The Wedding (TUTA Ensemble) and The Front Page (TimeLine Theatre). Film credits include Stranger Than Fiction and The Express. TV credits include Chicago Justice, Chicago P.D. and the pilot of TNT’s Leverage.
MOLLY MCADOO(Aimee Blake) makes her TheatreSquared debut. A New York based actor, she has worked at several Off-Broadway theaters and regional theaters across the country. Off-Broadway credits include the title role in Cowboy Bob (Ars Nova); Spill (Ensemble Studio Theatre); Kansas City Choir Boy (HERE Arts Center, and regionally at Oberon at A.R.T., The Kirk Douglas Theatre in Los Angeles and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami); Stop the Virgens (St. Ann's Warehouse and internationally at the Sydney Opera House); This Clement World (St. Ann's Warehouse); as well as workshops and readings at the Atlantic Theatre Company, New York Theatre Workshop, and Classic Stage Company to name a few. Regional credits include June Carter Cash in Ring of Fire (Endstation Theatre); Babe in Crimes of the Heart (Flatrock Playhouse); and developing the musical Mrs. Hughes at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Internationally, she has performed in Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage (The Adelaide Festival, Australia) and Party in the USA (Edinburgh Fringe Festival). She holds a BFA from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU where she trained at Cap21, The International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam and the Experimental Theatre Wing.
KATHERINE FORBES(Fiona "Momo" Blake) returns to TheatreSquared, where previous credits include Johanna/Olive in Transatlantic at the Arkansas New Play Festival. Regional credits include Roberta Fulbright in Living History and Paula Ride (Artists Laboratory Theater); Phunbags Improv (Ceramic Cow Productions); Merteuil in Les Liaisons Dangerous (Fine Arts Network); multiple characters in String of Pearls (Isis Theatre Company); Crime Pays (Mystery Cafe-San Diego); Kathy in Parallel Lives; Countess d'Lage in The Women and various other roles for Broadway and The AVO Theaters. She is a founding member of Old Town Temecula Theater OTTT. Her film credits include Door In The Woods, Ridgerunners, and Valley Inn. Other feature/short film/commercial credits include the comedy series Our Father Knows Best and A Sort of Normal Holiday. She also participated in theatrical and film studies in Los Angeles and San Diego, California, including, The Groundlings, Robert Wald Actors Studio, Francis Gercke at New Village Arts Terry Ross, Sarah Altman, Mike McCaffery and Tepper Gallegos.
DEVEN KOLLURI(Richard Saad) makes his TheatreSquared debut. Off-Broadway, he recently appeared as Unknown Man in The Boy Who Danced on Air (Abingdon Theatre Co). His regional credits include Jekyll and Hyde (John Engeman Theatre); Aida (Music Theatre of Wichita); and numerous readings and workshops with New York Theatre Barn, Geva Theatre, and Out of the Box Theatrics. He is a graduate of Oklahoma City University.
Halley Electra Mayo
Halley Electra Mayo(Brigid Blake) returns to TheatreSquared, where previous credits include Fun Home, Sundown Town, and the Arkansas New Play Festival (Sundown Town, Fall of the House 2010, Little War in Little Rock 2016, TransAtlantic 2017). Regional credits include Arkansas Shakespeare, Great Plains Theatre, and Sierra Repertory. She appeared in the national tour of A Christmas Carol. She holds a B.A. in theatre arts and dance from Hendrix College, studied musical theatre at NYU's CAP21, and is a second-year M.F.A. acting candidate at the University of Arkansas.
Cory Censoprano (Playwright & Other Roles) makes his TheatreSquared debut. His previous credits include FOB (The Drama League); Dog Sees God (The Heights Players); One Night (Equalogy); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Los Altos Stage Co.); Little Brother (Custom Made Theatre Co.); 2012: The Musical! (Tony Award Winner: San Francisco Mime Troupe), and more. Television credits include a 2017 appearance on CBS’ Blue Bloods. He received his B.A. in theatre at San Jose State University and graduated from the Tom Todoroff Conservatory in NYC.
Rebecca Hirota (Tong) returns to TheatreSquared after appearing as Molly/Moto in Fault. She most recently created/appeared in Bullet Catchers at the Judson Memorial Church. Some of her credits include Vietgone (Manhattan Theatre Company); Artaud/Artaud (Signature Theatre-Pershing Square); Romeo and Juliet (Classic Stage Company); Jane Eyre (Cincinnati Playhouse/Milwaukee Repertory Theatre); The Most Deserving (The Denver Center); Caviar on Credit (The Guthrie); and 36 Views (The Huntington/Quantum Theatre). Television credits include Elementary, Gossip Girl, Unforgettable, Eden, and Law & Order. She holds an M.F.A. in acting from Columbia University.
Edward Hong (Nhan/Khue) makes his TheatreSquared debut with Vietgone. His theatre credits include Tom/Marshall in the world premiere of Church & State (Skylight Theatre Company; Ovation nominated) and David in The Why (The Blank Theatre). Selected film credit highlights include Please Stand By (Magnolia Pictures; starring Dakota Fanning and Toni Collette), Lost Dogs (2017 Best Drama winner at NBCU Short Film Festival), and Hot Air (starring Jere Burns and Matthew Gray Gubler). His television credits include a recurring role on Devious Maids (Lifetime), and appearances on Kevin (Probably) Saves The World (ABC), New Girl (FOX), Lopez (FX), General Hospital (ABC), Angie Tribeca (TBS), and many more. He holds a B.A. in theatre and Asian-American studies from the College of William & Mary and is currently studying at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.
David Huynh (Quang) makes his TheatreSquared debut. Off-Broadway, he recently appeared as Kenji in No-No Boy (Pan Asian Repertory). His credits include Quang in Vietgone (Ivey Award for Best Acting Ensemble-Mixed Blood Theatre Company); Prince Hal in Henry IV part 1, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing (Houston Shakespeare Festival); Posthumus in Cymbeline (New Orleans Shakespeare Festival); Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, the title role in Hamlet (Oregon Shakespeare Festival - tour); and Trofimov in a workshop production of The Cherry Orchard (Moscow Art Theatre). He is also part of the Journeyman Company of Titan Theatre Company in New York. Huynh holds an M.F.A. in acting from the University of Houston Professional Actor Training Program.
Jolene Kim (Huong) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Her theatre credits include KAIDAN (Rogue Artists Group - Immersive Theatre); Hothouse Reading Series (Pasadena Playhouse); Stupid F**king Bird (Boston Court Theatre); Ohmland Live! (Geffen Playhouse); Journey to Topaz (Sierra Repertory Theatre); and much more. She currently recurs on NBC’s Days of Our Lives and voices Grandma on Nickelodeon’s Glitch Tech set for 2018. Television credits include Grey’s Anatomy, 24, The Fosters, Pushing Daisies, Bunheads, iCarly, Family Guy, as well as more than 20 commercials. Kim has studied at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama as with world-renowned acting teacher Larry Moss. She resides in Hollywood, Calif., where you can see her live in Deep Squeeze, an absurdist comedy troupe from The Idiot Workshop.
Dominique Morrisseau (Playwright) is an American actor and playwright. She has authored numerous plays, three of which are part of a cycle she is currently working on called "The Detroit Projects.” Morisseau grew up in Detroit, Michigan. Her mother's family is from Mississippi. Her father's family is from Haiti. She began writing plays in college and has continued to write, earning her numerous awards and honors. She has stated that there was a lack of roles for her at the University of Michigan, which is what drove her to start writing plays. She wrote The Blackness Blues: Time to Change the Tune, A Sister’s Story at this time. After college, in 2012-2013, she received a Playwrights of New York (PoNY) fellowship at the Lark Play Development Center. She has also worked as a Teaching Artist with City University of New York's Creative Arts Team.Morisseau is on the list of Top 20 Most Produced Playwrights in America 2015–16, with 10 productions of her plays being produced.
Lauren Gunderson (Playwright) is the most produced playwright in America of 2017, the winner of the Lanford Wilson Award, the Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award, and the Otis Guernsey New Voices Award. She is also a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and John Gassner Award for Playwriting, as well as a recipient of the Mellon Foundation’s 3-Year Residency with Marin Theatre Company. She studied Southern Literature and Drama at Emory University, and Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch School where she was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship. Her work has been commissioned, produced, and developed at companies across the U.S. including South Coast Rep (Emilie, Silent Sky), The Kennedy Center (The Amazing Adventures of Dr. Wonderful And Her Dog!), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The O’Neill, The Denver Center, San Francisco Playhouse, Marin Theatre, Synchronicity, Berkeley Rep, Shotgun Players, TheatreWorks, Crowded Fire, and more. She co-authored Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley with Margot Melcon, which was one of the most produced plays in America in 2017. Her work is published at Playscripts (I and You, Exit Pursued By A Bear, The Taming, and Toil And Trouble), Dramatists (The Revolutionists, The Book of Will, Silent Sky, Bauer, Miss Bennet), and Samuel French (Emilie). Her picture book, Dr Wonderful: Blast Off to the Moon, was released from Two Lions/Amazon in May 2017.
Duncan Macmillan (Playwright) is a writer and director. His plays include: People Places and Things (2015/16, National Theatre/Wyndham’s Theatre); 1984, adapt. George Orwell (2013-16, Headlong/Nottingham Playhouse/Almeida/West End and international tour, co-adapted with Rob Icke); Every Brilliant Thing (2013-16, Paines Plough/Pentabus Theatre/Edinburgh Festival/UK and international tours); 2071, co-written with Chris Rapley (2014-15, Royal Court Theatre/Hamburg Schauspielhaus); The Forbidden Zone (2014, Salzburg Festival and Schaubühne, Berlin); Wunschloses Unglück, adapt. Peter Handke (2014, Burgtheater Vienna); Reise Durch die Nacht, adapt. Friederike Mayröcker (2012/13, SchauspielhausKöln, Festival d’Avignon, Teatertreffen); Lungs (2011/12-16 Roundabout season at Paines Plough and Sheffield Theatres/Studio Theatre, Washington DC) and Monster (2006, Royal Exchange). He was the recipient of two awards in the inaugural Bruntwood Playwriting Competition, 2006. Other awards include the UK Theatre Best Director (with Robert Icke), 2014; Best New Play at the Off West End Awards 2013 and the Nestroypreis for Best German Language Production, 2013. He has twice been nominated for an Olivier Award in the Best New Play category. His work with director Katie Mitchell has been selected for Theatertreffen and the Avignon Festival, and continues to run in rep and tour the world.
Sarah DeLappe’s (Playwright) play The Wolves premiered Off-Broadway at The Playwrights Realm, following an engagement at New York Stage and Film, and development at Clubbed Thumb and Great Plains Theatre Conference. The Wolves received the American Playwriting Foundation's inaugural Relentless Award, and was a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and the Yale Drama Series Prize. DeLappe is the Page One Playwright for The Playwrights Realm and has been a resident artist at the Sitka Fellows Program and SPACE on Ryder Farm. Her past affiliations include: Clubbed Thumb's Early Career Writers' Group, New Georges Audrey Residency. She is currently affiliated with Ars Nova's Play Group, and is the Resident Playwright at LCT3. DeLappe is an MFA in process at Brooklyn College.
Matthew Lopez’s (Playwright) plays include The Legend of Georgia McBride, The Whipping Man, Somewhere, Reverberation, and Zoey’s Perfect Wedding.
BRUCE WARREN(Watson, et al.) returns to TheatreSquared after appearing in productions of The Ding Dong, Peter and the Starcatcher, Around the World In 80 Days, and The Quest for Don Quixote. He also directed T2’s collaboration with SoNA presenting The Green Llama as part of last season’s Season Finale Pops concert at the Walton Arts Center. His Off-Broadway credits include The Road to Qatar! (Farid / Claudio) at the York Theatre - Original Cast Recording. International tour credits include The Wizard of Oz, 25th Anniversary Cats, and First National Oklahoma! His select regional credits include The 39 Steps (Clown 1), Sweeney Todd (Beadle Bamford), Little Shop of Horrors (Orin Scrivello, et al), Tom Jones by Mark Brown (Blifil/Susan), Fools by Neil Simon (Count Yousekevitch), Spamalot (Sir Robin), Spelling Bee (William Barfée), The Producers (Franz Liepkind), Drowsy Chaperone (Aldolpho), Anything Goes (Moonface Martin), A Funny Thing … Forum (Marcus Lycus), and Ragtime (Tateh). He holds a BFA in musical theatre from Ithaca College.
STEVE PACEK(Sir Henry, et al.) is thrilled to return to TheatreSquared after last appearing as Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher. Other national credits include Sir Henry in The Hound of the Baskervilles (Virginia Stage Co.), Lightning Rod Salesman in the world premiere of Something Wicked This Way Comes (Delaware Theatre Co.), Jason/Tyrone in Hand to God (Alley Theater), Dickon in The Secret Garden (Arden Theatre Co.), Dromio of Syracuse in The Bombitty of Errors (Milwaukee Rep), Gordon Schwinn in A New Brain (Theatre Horizon) and Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (along with many others) with 11th Hour Theatre Co. in Philadelphia, a company he co-founded where he serves as the associate artistic director. He is a former recipient of the F. Otto Haas Award for an Emerging Philadelphia Theatre Artist and holds a BFA in musical theatre from Ithaca College.
PATRICK HALLEY(Holmes, et al.) returns to TheatreSquared, where he played Smee in Peter and the Starcatcher, alongside Bruce Warren and Steve Pacek. He is a New York-based actor whose work has been seen Off-Broadway and at many of the country’s major resident theaters. Favorite credits include Good People (Cleveland Play House, Syracuse Stage); In Love and Warcraft (Alliance Theatre, world premiere); Of Mice and Men (Pioneer Theatre Company); The Taming of the Shrew (Denver Center); The Misanthrope (The Pearl, Lortel Nomination - Best Revival); The School For Lies, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Arkansas Repertory Theatre); The Liar (Kinetic Theatre), and four seasons with the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. He made his television debut in Difficult People, and has been featured in commercials for Google and Humira. He is a Bucknell graduate and native of Poughkeepsie, New York.
Jeanne T. Arrigo
JEANNE T. ARRIGO (Baruska) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Her credits include Baruska in Once (Paramount Theatre); Iphigenia inAulis (Court Theatre and The Getty); and The Revel (House Theatre). Understudied in the last three world premiere Tracy Letts plays: Mary Page Marlowe, Linda Vista, and The Minutes (Steppenwolf). Other favorite credits include Eastland and Treasure Island(Lookingglass Theatre) and M. Butterfly (Court Theatre), as well as work with Chicago Shakespeare, Brown Paper Box, Griffin, Steep, and other Chicago companies. Television credits include Chicago Med and Chicago PD. She holds B.A.s in theatre and psychology from Coe College, and an M.Ed. in school psychology from Loyola University.
ANNETTE BERNING (Ex-Girlfriend) makes her TheatreSquared debut. In 2017 she was one of the soloists in Broadway Rising Stars (Siegel Productions, The Town Hall, NYC). Off-Broadway credits include reading of Love On Ice (St. Luke’s Theater). Other NYC credits: The Proposal (The Lambs Actor Club), Hansel and Gretel (Galli Theater), Dean Martin - A Centennial Celebration (Carnegie Hall), Lincoln Center Spring Gala (Alice Tully Hall), 54 Sings Beatles (Feinstein’s 54 Below), and 2017’s Columbus Day Parade – as seen on ABC7. Norwegian credits include Oslo Opera Festival (Rådhusgata), and also as a part of Bergen National Opera’s Young Artist Program. Television credits include Turkish Banker in Seneca (Independent film) and Carolyn in Cyrus The Good (Webseries), winner of Best Pilot at Brooklyn Web Fest. She also received Kurt Weill Foundation’s Emerging Talent Award in 2017. Annette graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City.
Ashton Michael Corey
ASHTON MICHAEL COREY (Svec) makes his TheatreSquared debut. He was last seen as Tom Copley/Monty understudy in the second national tour of A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder (Networks). He was also seen as Billy in Closer Than You Think (Strange Sun Theatre) at the Sheen Center in NYC. He is a recent graduate of Marymount Manhattan College.
BARRY DEBOIS (Guy) makes his TheatreSquared debut. He is an engineer-turned-actor/singer who has performed around the world. Barry was a swing and music captain on the national tour of Once. He has since performed the role of Guy at multiple regional theaters across the country including the Jeff Award-winning Paramount Theatre. A Henry Awards nominee for Outstanding Actor in a Musical and Outstanding Musical Direction for his work on Once at Midtown Arts Center, his other credits include Jamie in The Last Five Years (Resident Theatre Company); Lover, Captain Walker understudy in The Who’s Tommy (Media Theatre); Robbie in The Wedding Singer (The Secret Theatre); and Adam in The Shape of Things (TheatreLab NYC). Barry is also a writer, director, and editor. His 2015 short film Train Approaching was selected for the Coney Island Film Festival.
ZOOEY EMERY (Ivonka) makes her acting debut with TheatreSquared. A dancer with Elite Dance Studios, Zooey has a YouTube channel and infuses creative performance into her everyday life. She begins kindergarten this August.
ELISABETH EVANS (Girl) makes her TheatreSquared debut. She made her Broadway debut in Once and also appeared in The Sound of Music national tour directed by Jack O’Brien. In addition to theatre, she tours with the folk band The Lonesome Travelers featuring Peter Yarrow. Other credits include Big River (Unquowa Rep); How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (VMT); Brigadoon (Roundabout); The Secret Garden (The Huron Playhouse); The Louisiana Purchase (Musicals Tonight!); Grease (Ricketson Theatre); and Spring Awakening (Michigan MT). Film credits include Love the Coopers. She is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan.
JADE HOLLAND (Ivonka) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Lead roles include Mrs. Claus in The Magical Forest and the Ringmaster in Farnahan’s Circus (The New School). She has also appeared as Molly in Molly Starts a Tradition and Molly and the Wills, two videos created for the Office of Planned Giving at the University of Arkansas. Jade is a member of the Fayetteville Dance Company and is in the second grade at The New School in Fayetteville.
CORA KEMPH (Ivonka) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Her film credits include the 2019 film Sweet Inspirations. Cora is in first grade at Butterfield Trail Elementary.
CRAIG MACDONALD (Da) returns to TheatreSquared where he was last seen as Richard Russell in All the Way. Other T2 credits include Underneath the Lintel and One Man Two Guvnors. Recent roles include Giles Corey in The Crucible (Olney Theatre Centre); William Gillette in The Game’s Afoot (Ivoryton Playhouse); The Carpenter in Moby Dick (Syracuse Stage); Van Helsing in Count Dracula (Syracuse Stage); Lord Aster in Peter and the Starcatcher (The Kitchen Theater); and Sims in The Nether (Centenary Stage Co.). A lifelong musician, he creates and records original music with his band, Old Scots, which has released four albums and numerous singles.
CAT PATTERSON (Emcee (“MC”)) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Off-Broadway, she recently appeared as the Baggage Handler in The Signature Project (Dunning). Her credits include Bank Manager in Once (Oregon Cabaret Theatre); Performer/Musician in OktoberZest (Busch Gardens); Cindy Lou in The Marvelous Wonderettes (Little Town Players); and various roles at Florida Studio Theatre, where she performed in mainstage shows as well as theatre for young audiences. Film credits include Susy in On The House, Lindsey in On Duty, and Jessica in This is Our Youth. She holds a B.A. in acting/directing and international affairs from Baldwin Wallace University and a certificate from the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland.
Jon Patrick Penick
JON PATRICK PENICK (Eamon/Ensemble) makes his TheatreSquared debut. Recent roles include Billy in Once (Paramount Theatre); Henry/Deputy Johnson in Bonnie and Clyde (Kokandy Productions); Jack Stapleton in The Hound of the Baskervilles (Idle Muse Theatre Company); Ryan in Borderlands (Underscore Theatre Company); Terry in Today We Escape (Tympanic Theatre Company); and John in Barbeque Apocalypse (The Ruckus). Past work for companies include Saint Michael’s Playhouse in Vermont and Bristol Valley Theatre in New York. When he’s not performing on stage in theatre, Jon is a singer/songwriter.
Adam Huel Potter
ADAM HUEL POTTER (Billy) makes his TheatreSquared debut. On Broadway, he most recently worked on Misery and then joined the cast for the national tour of Once. Regional credits include Once at the Weston Playhouse and Saint Michael’s Playhouse in Vermont. New York City credits include his work on Open Road, Fireflies, Uncle Remus – His Life and Times, 54 Below, Broadway’s Rising Stars, Twelfth Night, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Film credits include Glass and Motherless Brooklyn. Television credits include Outlaw Country (FX). An alumnus of Circle in the Square theatre school, he is represented by SW artists and is also a member of SAG-AFTRA.
CASSIDY STIRTZ (Reza) makes her TheatreSquared debut. She has performed in Once worldwide on the first national tour as well as in regional productions in Chicago (Paramount Theatre) and Costa Mesa, Calif. (South Coast Repertory). Other select credits include Cyrano (Chicago Shakespeare), Much Ado About Nothing (Notre Dame Shakespeare), and Pride & Prejudice (Lifeline Theatre). Cassidy performs original covers as Cassidyjams on Instagram/YouTube and holds a B.F.A. in theatre/acting from Millikin University.
DANIEL TEPPER (Andrej) makes his debut at TheatreSquared. His credits include roles in The Pirate La Dee Da (Atlantic Theater Company); Making the Move (Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Camp Monster (Williamstown Theater Festival); Loose Canon (NYC Fringe Festival Encore Series); You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown and A Year With Frog and Toad (Northeastern Children’s Theater); and Come Blow Your Horn (Millbrook Playhouse). A long-time musical improv performer at the Peoples Improv Theater with the group Vern, Daniel is a part of the two-person improvised performance What Town? The Musical. He’s also toured the country improvising with the musical comedy show Broadway’s Next Hit Musical. The creator/star of the podcast Daniel Sings the News, he holds a B.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and received training at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and Magnet Theater.
Grant Alan Watkins
GRANT ALAN WATKINS (Bank Manager) makes his TheatreSquared debut, having understudied for Billy, Svec, and Eamon in the national tour of Once. Regional theatre credits include Svec in Once (Paramount Theatre and Florida Studio Theatre); Lonny in Rock of Ages, John Phillips in Dream a Little Dream, and Calhoun/Ensemble in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Actors Theatre of Charlotte); Other Father/Policeman in Coraline (Children’s Theatre of Charlotte); KJ in The Aliens and Lord Illingworth in A Woman of No Importance (PaperHouse Theatre). Grant is a proud Little Rock native and member of AEA.
BRODERICK CLAVERY(Dez) makes his TheatreSquared debut. Off-Broadway credits include Cedric/Others & Oliver in Puffs (New World Stages); Vince in What. (The Black Lady Theatre); Mr. Demonie in The Girl With No Hands (The FLEA Theater); Olimpico in The Hour of the Star (Connelly Theater). National credits include David in Esai's Table (Brigg's Opera House/JAGFest); Jason Lasalle in RED (First Person Xperience); HIM in Coping Mechanism (Wild Project); and Lou in The Measured Art of Projection (BKWildlife). Touring credits include Connor/Ensemble in the Solutions Grassroots Tour (International WOW Company); and Stuart Little in the Stuart Little: Children's Tour (North Carolina Theatre for Young People). He holds a B.A. in acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and is a company member of The Flea Theater.
ANTON FLOYD(Reggie) makes his TheatreSquared debut. He appeared as Demertis in Carnaval (Luna Stage); Cory, Fences, and Grant Wiggins in A Lesson Before Dying (Phoenix Black Theatre Troupe); Darren Lemming in Take Me Out (Provincetown Theatre); Toledo in Radio Golf (Kunta Repertory Theatre); and Guy in Blues for an Alabama Sky (Pennsylvania Center Stage). Floyd, a native of Texarkana, Arkansas, received his B.A. from Alabama State University.
DEANNA SUPPLEE(Shanita) makes her TheatreSquared debut. Her New York theater credits include Sophie in On Strivers Row (Metropolitan Playhouse); Borachio in Much Ado About Nothing (New York Shakespeare Exchange); and Hecuba in The Trojan Women (The Flea Theater). Television credits include Investigation Discovery's Grave Secrets. DeAnna received classical training from the British American Drama Academy at the University of Oxford. She holds an M.F.A. in acting from The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University and a B.A. in theatre arts and English from the University of Pennsylvania.
CHERENE SNOW(Faye) returns to TheatreSquared where she was last seen as Coretta Scott King and Fannie Lou Hamer in All The Way. On Broadway, she appeared in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Scarlett Johansson (Richard Rodgers Theatre). Off-Broadway/regional credits include Walking Down Broadway (Mint Theatre); Last of the Thorntons (Signature Theatre); Welcome To Fear City (CATF); Having Our Say (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Little Foxes (Goodman Theatre); Fata Morgana (Boise Contemporary Theatre); brownsville song (b-side for tray) (Humana Festival); Civil War Voices (National Tour); Black Pearl Sings (Triad Stage/Merrimack Rep); Doubt (Stamford Theatre Works/Cleveland Playhouse); To Kill a Mockingbird (Ford’s Theatre); and Coyote on a Fence (CATF). Film/TV credits include Arthur, Perhaps Tomorrow, My Sassy Girl, City of Angels, The Long Walk Home, Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, Third Watch, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC); and Chappelle’s Show (Comedy Central). Cherene holds a Bachelor’s degree in theatre from Illinois State University.