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Paul assumed the role of Magwich/Jaggers earlier this year in the First National Tour of Great Expectations. Past New York Credits include Mabou Mines' The Spider Operas at PS 122, The Dybbuk (dir. Liz Swados), Hair at the Skirball Center, FringeNYC's The Spickner Spin (Audience Favorite Award), Kimberly Akimbo and others. Regional: Charley Kringas in Merrily We Roll Along. Paul wrote, composed, and was featured in the New York production of Suicycle: An Attempted Theatrical Rock Experiment. Dozens of workshops, readings, voice overs, and national commercials. BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Proud member of Actor's Equity. Thanks to God, family, friends and Amsterdam.

This is Todd's fourth production since moving to NYC last August, and he is delighted to have this opportunity to work with such a talented group of nutballs on such a wonderful play. Most recently, Todd appeared in the stage productions of The Comedie of Errours (Dromio) and The Tempest (Stephano) at The American Globe Theatre - and in Dreamlandia! (Carl) as part of the Flux Theatre Ensemble's Dream Project. Other recent credits include; Hal in Proof at the SUNY New Paltz Summer Repertory Theatre and Bob Acres in The Rivals at Pennsylvania Centre Stage. Todd holds a BFA in Acting from Wright State University, an MFA in Acting from Penn State University - where he also taught undergraduate theatre courses - and is a certified Actor Combatant with SAFD. He is originally from Wooster, OH. Lastly, Todd would like to thank his girlfriend Whitney for her continued humor and support. Find out more at

Quinn is a recent graduate of the Penn State School of Theatre graduate acting program. Since July he has been on stage regionally at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival in Julius Caesar, Pericles and Comedy of Errors and at the Theatre of Monmouth's production of The HMS Pinafore as Sir Joseph Porter. Other regional credits include Adam (as himself) in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged and Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream for the Willamette Repertory Theatre in Eugene, Oregon; also The Mute in The Fantasticks and Captain Absolute in The Rivals for Pennsylvania Center Stage. Quinn appeared most recently in an off-off broadway production of The Apotheosis of Vaclav Drda as Gabriel at the Access Theatre. Quinn would like to dedicate his performance in Snakebit to his father Ronald Mattfeld, whom he loves and misses everyday.

Erin is thrilled to be working on this project with such talented SOB's! Favorite credits include: The Rivals, Snakebit, Othello (PA Center Stage); Henry V, Two Gents, Philadelphia Story, (Theatre at Monmouth); The Seagull, Present Laughter (Dorset Theatre Festival); The Memory of Water (Invisible City Theatre Co.); most recently she played Olivia in Twelfth Night (Improbable Fiction) and was onstage at The Public Theatre for Susan Lori Parks' 365 Days of Plays Festival (...blessed unrest...). She can be seen in the upcoming ESPN mini-series The Bronx is Burning featuring Jon Turturro and Oliver Platt. Erin has her MFA from Penn State University. Much love to family and friends for their continued and invaluable support!

Selected directing credits: Vamp (Emerging Artists Theatre), The Heidi Chronicles (Arcadia University, guest director); ...Categories (A Simple Play) (NY Fringe Festival); Dick (Manhattan Theatre Source); The Physics of Love (Fresh Fruit Festival); Nagasaki (Emerging Artists Theatre, Samuel French Festival); The Scent of Coconut... (Woman Seeking.., NYC); Happy Girl (Samuel French Festival); The Nutcracker Legend (Westport Country Playhouse, Educational Outreach); Cowboy Mouth (McLaughlin Productions, NYC); Much Ado About Nothing (State College Shakespeare Festival). Selected assistant directing credits: The Member of the Wedding (WCP: Joanne Woodward, dir.); Finian's Rainbow (WCP: Charlotte Moore, dir.); The Elixir (On Golden Pond Festival: Ernest Thompson, dir./writer). Kel is a member of the 2006 Lincoln Center Director's Lab, a member of Emerging Artists Theatre. She was also the SDCF Observer on the Broadway revival of Inherit the Wind (Doug Hughes, dir.) and has spent time working for Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director of Manhattan Theatre Club. In September: The Movements of the Wind (by Tara Meddaugh) and Happy Girl (by Micheline Augere) - both produced as part of Katherine & Friends and sponsored by The Directors Company.

Jessica is currently a senior at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts finishing a double major in both Drama and English. Past roles include: Twin/Zombie (Williamstown), Bacchae (NYU Mainstage dir. By Kevin Kuhlke), Avis (Lee Strasberg Institute). She recently graduated from Tisch's Classical Studio where she played Lavatch in All's Well That End's Well directed by Tim Carroll and Queen Elizabeth in Richard III directed by Louis Scheeder. She is thrilled to be a part of this wonderful production. Thank you Mom and Alice for your love and support, Paulie, The Dam and Kel for this opportunity.

Michael grew up in Rhode Island. Educated at Rhode Island School of Design and FIT. After designing within the industry for a few years, he began dealing in antique and vintage textiles and apparel. Michael also designed costumes for Improbable Fiction's Twelfth Night.

Educated in Colorado, this is Robert's first venture into designing for the theatre. He is excited to work with the geniuses involved in Snakebit.

Jennifer is a freelance lighting designer in New York City. New York: Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (Arias Studios); Reidel Dance Company's Inaugural Season (Joyce Soho - co-design); and Woman at Arms Festival (Theater for a New City). Also: Chinese Cultural & Arts Institute's Spring Celebration 2005 and 2007 (Whitaker Center) in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Collected Stories (The Grand Opera House - associate design) in Wilmington, Delaware; and The Waiting Room (Dobama) in Cleveland, Ohio. As an assistant lighting designer she has worked on New Choreographers on Pointe (Florence Gould Hall); Django (Baruch Performing Arts Center); Dance Workshops for The Juilliard School's Dance Division and various operas for The Juilliard School's Vocal Arts Division. Currently she is the Assistant Electrics Shop Supervisor at The Juilliard School.
*Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity
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