Location : The Kraine Theater, New York, NY
Bree O’Connor (Writer/Producer) is a Brooklyn based writer/ actor/ director/ producer whose notable projects include directing and producing FRANK by Grant Harris, portraying a caustic literary academic in Stephan Sebastian Herrera’s Ya Son Los Doce, and as the co-creator and original producer of Beer Sessions Radio hosted by Jimmy Carbone on the Heritage Radio Network. For a sampling of Bree’s essays and ramblings visit bornbree.wordpress.com
Jill DeArmon (Director) has choreographed and directed countless plays off and off off Broadway. Her most recent work is the choreography for Queen Latina & her Power Posse: the Reboot created by David Anzuelo at Cherry Lane Theatre. Jill is a LAByrinth Theater Company Member and the Artistic Director for Developing Artists. www.developingartists.org
Megan Greener is a New York-based actor, teaching artist, and resident member of Hamlet Isn't Dead, a New York-based Shakespeare company known for producing the Bard's works in chronological order. Favorite credits include Titus Andronicus, Love's Labour's Lost, the world premiere of Terrence McNally's And Away We Go (understudy - Pearl Theatre), Tilt The Unlit Candle (Luna Stage/StrangeDog Theatre Co.), Basic Help, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Our Lady of 121st Street, Richard III, Claire Went to France, and more. Film: The Golden Phoenix (in production), Happy Yummy Chicken (starring Suzzanne Douglas, and Orange is the New Black's Emma Myles, Diane Guerrero, and Taryn Manning), Pants on Fire (short). Webseries: Ari Frenkel's Ladies & Gentlemen. She is currently producing Lily, a short film written by Happy Yummy Chicken director Anna Loyd Bradshaw. Training: Maggie Flanigan Studio; B.A. in Theatre Studies from Montclair State University. Megan is also program director and acting teacher for Developing Artists, a non-profit youth arts organization in NYC. For more information on Megan's work, visit www.megangreener.com.
*Jamie Klassel NYC credits: Philip Roth in Khartoum (Labyrinth Theater Company, Public Theater); Dear Darkness (The Ohio Theater); Cynthia and The Dreadful Kite (Lab's Barn Series at The Public); Work (Ars?Nova), Venezuela (Irish Arts Center, Players Theater); Blackouts (Center Stage); Hamlet (Zipper Theater). Regional credits: Murder on The?Nile (Dorset Theater Festival); The Little Prince (Roundhouse Theater).
*Nicol Moeller A NY based Actor, Producer, and Model, Nicol Moeller grew up on New Jersey musical theater stages. Later transitioning into Film and TV, Nicol has worked on a variety of Independent Feature Films, Television Shows, and Commercials. Her work in the award winning short film Hand Over Hand, won her two nominations for Best Lead Actress at film festivals in Milan and the?UK. Hand Over Hand won Best Short Film in Milan and is currently appearing in festivals all over the world. Recently, Nicol booked a Series Regular role in the pilot Little West 12th Street directed by award winning director Roberto Monticello and starring a brilliant cast of characters including 30 Rock’s Kevin Brown. Having a strong passion for creating new work, Nicol has been the Co-Creator and Co-Producer of several NYC Off-Broadway theater productions, including The Livingroom Series (with Vertigo Theater Company). Her last production, BARE KNUCKLE, met sold-out audiences at the World-famous Gleason’s Boxing Gym in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Nicol has produced several short films, including Hot Damn!, starring David Fumero of Starz’s Power, and Directed by Malik Yoba, best known for his work on Empire and NY Undercover.
*Kim Rios Lin is a NYC based actress. She is a member of The Labyrinth Theater Company’s Intensive Ensemble and holds her MFA from The Actor’s Studio Drama School. See her most recent TV, Film, Theater and Sketch Comedy credits at www.kimrioslin.com
Ron Phippen (Rob) credits include Eric Swiz’s film “Scenes from the Underground” and Paul Chung’s award winning “Vivid”. He can currently be see on stage in various episodes of “Queen Latina and her Power Posse” at Cherry Lane Theater. Ron is a Hell’s Kitchen native and graduate of the Maggie Flanagan Acting Studio.
Kaili Y. Turner is a Nipmuc Native American Actress/ Writer/ Producer. Born in Boston, MA and raised between Mashpee (Native Country) and Roxbury, MA, Kaili graduated with an MFA from The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University. She has performed both in NYC and regionally in theatre, industrials, documentaries and movies. Kaili co-founded and produced 3 events for Colors of Community, a non-profit theatre group that bridges communities through theatre using social justice themes. Kaili’s first full-length play NDN Country was successfully read as part of the Frank Silvera New Readers Theater at the National Black Theater Festival in Winston-Salem, NC.