Location : The Kraine Theater, New York, NY
Caitlin is an actor and director originally from Albuquerque, NM. After receiving her BM in Vocal Performance from Oklahoma City University, she navigated her way east and has been happily settled in NY for two whole years! Caitlin is a voice student of the ever-fabulous Florence Birdwell, and has studied directing and writing at ESPA at Primary Stages. Favorite roles include Johanna in Sweeney Todd, and The Cowardly Lion in her 5th grade production of The Wizard of Oz.
Isaac Harold is best described as a butterscotch unicorn. He loves to play with Mind The Art Entertainment, most recently on their production of "The Dream Vault Cycle" at LaMama, and last year's FringeNYC award winning production of "Fatty Fatty No Friends". Other ridiculously titled productions include "My Gay Killer Husband: A Lifetime Original Musical" (as part of the Players Theatre's BOO festival last October), and a reading of "Topeka is Turning: or The Ryan Seacrest Play" (under Theatre Now NY). He has successfully passed young-performer rites such as appearing in cabarets at Don't Tell Mama, and the Cranky Cabaret (brilliantly, we might add). He also performed one time at the Lincoln Center, which was definitely pretty cool. His only credit in a commercially recognizable musical was when he did "Hairspray" at a community theatre in Canada. Thanks to Patrick, for introducing me to the concept of a butterscotch unicorn (you changed my life, man), and my two succulents Gayle and Gayle, for always being there for me and for needing so little water.
Mary Spencer Knapp
Mary Spencer Knapp is an NYC-based singer, accordionist, pianist and composer. She is founder of Toot Sweet, a 6-piece cabaret soul group which released its debut album last year and was voted NYC Deli Mag's Artist of the Month. Additionally, Mary is a member of The Main Squeeze Orchestra, an all-female accordion orchestra, and has appeared with them in episodes of Steve Buscemi's Emmy-nominated series Park Bench. In the past 6 months Mary has lent her musical talents to theater projects, performing in St. Fortune's Whiskey Jack for the Fringe Festival as well as Mind the Art Entertainment's Dream Vault Cycle, for which she wrote an original score. Mary received a BA in music from Bard College.
Bethany Geraghty is a graduate of The New School for Drama, where she received an MFA in acting. Since graduation, she has worked with Paper Rain Productions, New Light Theatre Project, Bloody Shakespeare and Moonlight Productions. Recently, she won Best Actress at the Aery Theatre Company's 20/20 One Act Festival.
Nicholas Connolly - A classically trained baritone active in local and regional opera companies, Nick is thrilled to be part of this production. Recent credits include Melchior (Amahl and the Night Visitors), Silvano (Un ballo in maschera), Customs officer and Marcello cover (La boheme), Antonio (Le nozze di Figaro), Marco (Gianni Schicchi), Mr. Jenks and Grandpa cover (The Tender Land), Ceprano (Rigoletto), Yakuside (Madama Butterfly). In May, Nick will be part of the Natchez Festival of Music productions, singing the Bonze in Madama Butterfly, and covering Samuel in The Pirates of Penzance.
Rachel Drayke is excited to join the cast of Whiskey Pants! Originally from Mississippi, Rachel is a graduate of Pace University and a proud Brooklynite. Look for her in the series "Tsukiko's Curse" on Netflix. prev. credits: Thea in "Spring Awakening", Teen Fiona in "Shrek", Amanda in the "Night Life" series , Kate in "Henry V". Love and thanks to friends and family.
Mollie Craven is beyond excited to make her NYC theatrical debut in Whiskey Pants! Originally from Austin, TX, she just graduated from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Acting. Some of her favorite regional credits include Fiona in Shrek, Harper in Angels in America, Gloria in Damn Yankees, Brenda in Hairspray, and Queen Isobel in Richard II. Thanks to my family, DB, RZ, and the incredible cast and creative team. Soli Deo Gloria!
Jessica Rose Futran is elated to be part of Whiskeypants! She recently made her Off-Broadway and stilt-walking debut in Mind the Art Entertainment’s NYCFringe Encore production of Fatty Fatty No Friends (Fast). NYC credits include Revival (Eve) at The Players Theater Annual Boo Festival, The Dream Vault Cycle (dancer) at La Mama, and internationally renowned Scottish rapper, S. Cree’s hit music video Ballerina (hip-hop dancer). Theater highlights include: Sally (Sally), El retablo de maese Pedro (Trujaman), Man of La Mancha (Antonia), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Sweeney Todd (Johanna), My Favorite Year (KC Downing), and Little Women (Jo). She has performed at the Kennedy Center and numerous times for the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. Jessica is trained in ballet, hip-hop, modern, jazz, and Bollywood dance, and currently studies at the T. Schreiber Acting Studio. She holds a Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
Jensen is thrilled to join the cast of Whiskey Pants. Jensen can typically be seen and not heard on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera where he has performed in 16 productions and almost 200 performances as a Supernumary (non singing actor). Some of his favorite roles include Cornelius Hackl in Hello Dolly, El Gallo in The Fantasticks, and Reuben in Joseph..... Dreamcoat. Jensen would like to thank his parents, friends and his darling Jeffrey, for their amazing support.