Mike Anthony* (Aldo) Mike Anthony* (Aldo)
Mike Anthony is thrilled to be writing about himself in the third person again... it's been a while. He is also thrilled to be working with an old, old friend. Well, not old old. I mean, she's not old old. She's not even old. Really. Not in the grand scheme. I mean, at one time there were dinosaurs. So. Anyway, it really is nice and he thanks her for all she's done. He also thanks his mom, dad and Gordon, Jen and Toma and Victoria and Jake, and all of his family and friends, who make everything great.
Carla Cherry* (Aunt May) Carla Cherry* (Aunt May)
Carla has worked in just about every theatre job there is from acting to front of house to wardrobe to management in theatres across the country. As an associate producer with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS she has worked on 4 Easter Bonnets, 4 Gypsy of the Year, 4 Broadway Bares and numerous other events. She has worked in every Broadway house and most of Lincoln Center and City Center. As an actor she has appeared on 4 soap operas and in films including Fatal Attraction and Jacob's Ladder and numerous stage productions in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Kelly Miller* (Huey) Kelly Miller* (Huey)
Kelly was last seen on stage in the New York Theatre Experiment production Coyote. Other NYC stage credits include: A Quiet End (Rapscallion Theatre Company), 7 Stories High (NY Fringe Festival), I.E. In Other Words (The Flea Theater), Beyond Therapy and Sin (Bohemian Archaeology), The Crackwalker and Book of Days (New World Theatre) and Shopping and Fucking (The Themantics Group). He has just completed work on the independent film Silent River. Previous film credits include New Guy, Public Interest, New York Lately, The Coldest Winter, The Great Pretenders and Futures (& Derivatives).
Heather Pamula (Teresa) Heather Pamula (Teresa)
Heather is a professional actor, writer, and aerialist, but what she'd really like is to be able to pursue her day job in finance full-time. It took the insistence of an old friend, a great play, and the promise of fame and fortune to lure her out of semi-retirement, but boy does the stage feel great. She'd like to thank every friend and family member in attendance for their support, her unequaled cast and crew for their hard work and passion, and Carey and Greta for reminding her to stop and love the roses.
Erin Roberts* (Janice) Erin Roberts* (Janice)
Erin is delighted to be working on this gem of a piece with it's precious cast! Favorite credits include: The Corn Maiden in the 2008 NYIF (Favorite Supporting Actor/; The Rivals, 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.); and was onstage at The Public Theatre for Susan Lori Parks' 365 Days of Plays Festival with ...blessed unrest... As IF's producing director, Erin has played Olivia in their Twelfth Night, Jenifer in Snakebit, Lavinia in Titus Andronicus and directed in the 1st annual 10 minute play festival, HAPPY HOUR: Plays About Drinking. Erin has her MFA from Penn State University and is a proud member of AEA. Much love to family and friends!
Tracy Liz Miller (Director) Tracy Liz Miller (Director)
Tracy Liz Miller is an actress, director, and is also currently adding the skills of producing. She first worked with Improbable Fiction in their inaugural production, Twelfth Night directed by Bill Van Horn, as Viola. This past fall she adapted and directed Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare for a cast of nine. Tracy hopes to continue expanding her experiences and skills in all aspects of Theatre, believing in its necessity in our increasingly disconnected and technically-driven world.
Taylor Riccio (Stage Manager)
This is Taylor's first Off-Off-Broadway production. He has previously stage managed Company and Blink of an Eye for Fordham University's Mimes and Mummers, as well as wrote and directed Watsonia for the Fordham Experimental Theatre Spring Playwright's Festival in 2009.
Michael McKenna (Stylist)
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 has previously worked with Improbable Fiction on Twelfth Night (costume design), Snakebit (set and costume design), 7 Stories (set design) and Titus Andronicus (art direction).
33 Productions (Producer)
33 Productions is a newly-formed company conceived with the sole intent of giving artists a chance to be remarkable without having to market themselves.
*Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association