Squiggly Line Productions in Association with The Theatre Lab

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Alexandra Grossi  |  Actress

Alexandra Grossi is originally from Michigan and moved to New York after receiving her BA in Theatre Performance from Western Michigan University and training at the British American Drama Academy in London, England. Theatre Credits include: Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest; Girlfriend in Simple as a part of the New Orleans Fringe Festival; Jamie in Ex-Wall Streeter, 35, Likes Cars; Juliet in Romeo & Juliet; Olivia in Twelfth Night and Iago in Othello. Film Credits include: Crumble, Intruder, Life Lessons, The Sheol Express, SubterraNYa and John Hook. ...Continued

Lee Tyler  |  Actor

Lee Tyler is an actor and filmmaker. See more at leetyler.info .

Jon Burkland  |  Actor

 Acting: Return of the Ships (Accademia Dell Arte), Bennington College: Wall of Water (Dir. Dina Janis), Time and Motion Study (Dir. Jenny Rohn, Nick Brooke), 70 Scenes of Halloween (Dir. Jean Randich). Directing: Killing the Boss (Cherry Lane Studio Theater, Asst. Dir. W/ Jean Randich), Approach (The Theater Studio, inc.), Moving Day (Bergen Academies One-Act Festival). Jon has studied at Bergen County Academies, Accademia Dell’ Arte, and is currently a student of drama at Bennington College.<...Continued

Joy Shatz  |  Actress

 Joy is thrilled to be a part of this production! A graduate of Binghamton University and the Atlantic Theater Company’s Conservatory, Joy has performed all over NYC with theater companies such as Just ASK Productions, The Common Tongue, The Misfit Toys Repertory Company, The American Theatre of Actors, The Impetuous Theater Group, The Big Little Theater and The 13th Street Repertory Company. She can also be seen in the short film Freud’s Magic Powder, currently being presented at film festivals throughout Europe.<...Continued

 Olivia Lilley  |  Author

Olivia has been writing plays, musicals, and musical scores, non stop, since she was twelve. After a brief stint as a music composition major at Interlochen Arts Academy, Olivia shifted her attention to the theatrical side of things. In early 2008, Olivia was accepted to Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama as a directing major. Summer 2008, Olivia wrote/directed an original musical, "Rejected Hearts" with composer Bill Yanesh at Strawdog Theatre in Chicago. At 18, she was the youngest composer/lyricist accepted to ASCAP's Johnny Mercer's Power of the American Popular Song Workshop at Northwestern University. ...Continued

 Benjamin Ehrenreich  |  Director

Ehrenreich is a graduate of Binghamton University with a B.A. in Theatre, more specifically directing. After spending a year interning at Arena Stage in Washington D.C., he has most recently directed The right of way in the Justice Department of Lawful Abatements by Amber Doswell for the PlayFUN 24 hour Play Festival in New York. Other directing credits include Sacrifices by Ruth-Ann Tyson (Arena Stage Student Playwrights Project), Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams, The Siren Song of Stephen Jay Gould by Benjamin Bettenbender, and The Late Henry Moss by Sam Shepard.<...Continued

 Cody Chen  |  Stage Mgr

Cody is thrilled to make his New York debut. Regional credits include Killer Joe (University of Illinois), Gum (Armory Free Theatre, IL), November Dance: SFX (University of Illinois), Diaspora (TheatreWorks, Singapore), Tuesdays with Morrie (Summer Studio Theatre, IL), SHANGO V: TRANSCENDENCE (Xiamen University, China) and The Harlem Renaissance Revue (Xiamen University, China). Cody is pursuing his MFA in Stage Management at the University of Illinois. Special thanks to Karen Quisenberry and Terri Ciofalo.<...Continued

 Alexandra Isaacs  |  Producer

 Alexandra is a senior at Chatham University. She is a double major in Professional Communications and Political Science and writes a recurring political column for her university's newspaper The Communique. In Summer 2008, she was selected to be a summer associate at DeVries Public Relations on the Upper East Side of Manhattan where she had the privilege of doing extensive research for PUR and Vicks. Following that she interned for CorCom Inc. in Pittsburgh, PA doing marketing research. ...Continued

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 Dana Shaw  |  Producer

Dana is a student of dramaturgy at Carnegie Mellon University, currently in her second year of the program. Her previous work includes dramaturgy and literary management internships at both Centerstage in Baltimore, MD, and at City Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA.