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Location : The Kraine Theater, New York, NY
Written by Phoebe Kreutz, Directed by Jacob Brandt from New York, NY
Jacob Brandt Jacob is an actor, director, and musician. He has performed work with Ars Nova, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Dixon Place, FringeNYC, The Motor Company, The Huntington, Company One, Speakeasy Stage Company, The New Repertory Theatre, and Wheelock Family Theatre. He has staged plays and workshops at The New York Society Library, JACK, The Tank, Tiny Rhino, Serials @ The Flea, Exquisite Corpse Company, the Loeb Drama Center (Mainstage, Experimental Theatre). He is a graduate of Harvard College.
Paris Ellsworth is so grateful and excited to be reuniting with the Go! Go! Gilgamesh! crew after our 2016 run. Recent credits include Urinetown (American Theater of Actors), Assassins (OBERON), and Bremer's Moving Picture Musical Dictionary (Fenway Center). Readings include "The New World" directed by Stafford Arima. Hello to my wonderful family and friends!
Susan Hwang tells stories and makes things that are usually collapsible, like songs and times. Her instruments take up space (accordion, Janggu—traditional Korean drum, voice) but other physical objects she can’t play intimidate her, so she likes when her creations, like her TV variety talk show—The La La La Show— is broadcast into thin air or elsewhere online. She founded, curates and hosts The Bushwick Book Club – a monthly performance series presenting new work by local musicians artists inspired by literature. Her new literature-based music duo, Lusterlit, just released her EP of Vonnegut-inspired songs. She plays accordions because they are pretty and lighter than pianos (barely).
Phoebe Kreutz has released four albums, toured extensively in Europe and the U.S. and is constantly working on musicals. Past projects include "Thanks!" at the Oscar Hammerstein Festival and "Awesomer & Awesomer" at The Triad Theater.
Ezra Lowrey is a composer and performer in New York City. He has written and performed music for theater pieces including Holy Mathematics (Dixon Place), the Untitled Ginsberg Project (Alchemical Theater Lab), the Weasel Festival (JACK, dir. Mia Rovegno), and The Mar Vista (14th St Y, dir. Yehuda Hyman). Ezra is the music director for Midnight Radio Show, a multi-media shadow puppet collective in Brooklyn. He also performs solo and with several bands throughout New York and north NJ. Find him online at www.ezralowrey.com.
Kim Onah is an actress, writer, and singer currently based in New York. She is thrilled to be working on this awesome project with such a talented group. She has performed in shows both in NYC and Boston, and is a recent graduate of Harvard College. Find her online at www.kimonah.com.
Michael Perrie Jr. (Shamash/Ensemble) — Michael is a New York based Actor/Playwright/Composer originally from Baltimore, MD. BFA Acting, Towson University. National Tour: BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story (Buddy). Regional Stage: BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story (Theatre By The Sea), One Man, Two Guvnors (Heritage Theatre), Down Among The Vultures (Cincy Fringe), Sweet Painted Lady (DC Fringe). NY Theatre: Yolo, Gilgamesh! (Kreutz/NYSL), Big Red Button (Him & Her Theatre Co.), Marin Eden (American Opera Center). Film/TV: Silver (Indie Short), Adam & Eve (Indie Short), The World Wars (History Channel). As a playwright and composer he has written over 30 Plays and Musicals which have been seen all over NYC and the US.
Yael Rizowy is honored and thrilled to continue playing with this incredibly talented/ hysterical cast! Proud graduate of The Boston Conservatory '15 Some credits include: Held Momentarily (Nymf,Fringe) Kiss Me Kate (CSC) Hairspray (LaGuardia) Tv/Film: SNL, Settle Suffer Repeat. Look out for her upcoming web-seriesTrying Hard. www.yaelrizowy.com
Phil Feldman is a New York based actor/singer originally from the Bronx. He is jazzed to be collaborating with this talented & goofy crew. Recent credits include The Trojan Women (The Flea), Punk Rock (The Tribe Theatre Co.), The Place We Built (The Flea), Fiddler On The Roof (Priscilla Beach Theatre), The Diary Of Anne Frank (Pittsburgh Playhouse).