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Tamara Lovatt-Smith  |  Actress
Tamara is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School. Tamara has worked as a producer and actor with Cheeky Monkey Productions, Mustard Seed Productions, MAGI Theatre and Camelbite in Sydney and Hair of the Dog in NYC.

She also worked as an assistant producer with SEL & GFO (recent Tony winners; Hairspray) in Australia on the Wizard of OZ, Grease!, and Man of La Mancha. Recent Acting credits include: He Died with a Felafel in his Hand, A Man for all Seasons, AN Adult evening of Shel Silverstein, Italian American Reconciliation. Paradise, Trust, Baby with the Bath Water. Balm in Gilead. ...Continued

Jay Riedl  |  Actress, Producer
Jay received her Bachelor of Arts (Theatre/Film and English) from the University of New South Wales where she performed in numerous productions. She continued her training at the Actor's Centre and ATYP in Sydney, the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and recently graduated from the Professional Program a the Atlantic Theatre Company Acting School in New York City. Jay was a founding member of Hair of the Dog Australia and then founded Hair of the Dog New York. ...Continued
Jennifer Apostolou  |  Actress
Jen last performed for the Sydney Theatre Company's Blueprint Program in Cuckoos. She has also performed in the Griffin Theater Company's Burning, Harold Pinter's Black and White and directed his One For The Road. For Belvoir St Theatre's B-Sharp Season. She was in Mike Leigh's Greek Tragedy and produced and directed the sell our season of Arthur Schnitzler's Ls Ronde. For Downstairs Belvior she was in Italian American Reconciliations and at the Edge Theatre in Extremities. ...Continued
Ben Mathews  |  Actor
Originally from Australia, Ben is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School, New York. He has appeared in many short films and plays. Previous productions include Waiting for Lefty (which he also directed, at the Knitting Factory), A Man for All Seasons, The Maiden's Prayer, The Beast Festival, Black Codes, The Balcony, An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein, Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs, Black Comedy, Rhinoceros, Romeo & Juliet, Titus Andronicus, and the Zoo Story. ...Continued
Kathryn Alexander  |  Actress
In addition to numerous staged readings and her work with the children's theater company "Fuzzy Puppy", Kathryn Alexander recently starred as "Denise" in the satirist Mike Albo's "Three Women in Indecision" at the Kraine Theater co-produced by the BridgeProject and the Horse Trade Theater Company. Other notable roles include the two-characters-in-one (both older French men) of Presto/Lacouf in an adaptation of the Guillame Appollonaire surrealist play "The Breasts of Teresius" entitled "What I like About Breasts", Mary in "The Women", and Ma in "The Happy Journey from Trenton to Camden". ...Continued
Raphael Fetta  |  Actor
Raphael was most recently seen in H.O.T. Dog's He Died with a Felafel in His Hand for it's entire 8-month run, and couldn't wait to sign up with the Dogs again. While at NYU, he was fortunate to work on numerous main stage shows with some of New York's most creative theatrical minds including Kristin Marting on Cloud Nine and Karin Coonrod on Spreading the News. ...Continued
Emily Vacchiano  |  Actress
Emily has played several lead theatre and independent film roles since graduating from Trinity College. She recently appeared in New York as Leslie in House of Yes for Trilogy Theatre, Amy in Tape with Manhattan Theatre Source, Romy in Grotesque Love Songs for Bank Street Theatre and Princess Alcestis in A Life in the Sun with the Hudson Guild Theatre. ...Continued
Jessamyn Blakeslee  |  Actress
Jessamyn has originated roles in Johathan Silver's adaptation of the Adding Machine with Mobius Group (New York Fringe Festival "Best Production" 2001); C.J. Hopkin's About Five, Directed by Dan Hope; and Spring Beans for Aunt Flossie, with the comedy troupe Mr. JumpyPants.

She is an alumna of the Atlantic Theater Company Conservatory, where her credits include revivals of The Women by Clare Booth Luce and the Pullman Car Hiawatha by Thornton Wilder, both directed by Paul Urcioli. She received her BA in theater at Hofstra University, and also trained at the Institute for European Studies in London and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. ...Continued

Deborah Lee Crisford  |  Actress
A native Australian, Deborah Crisford was born and raised in Sydney. She has lived in New York for the past five years. In NYC, Deborah completed the full-time course at Herbert Bergoff Studio & also trained with Barbara Poiter from the Actor's Studio.

Prior to leaving Sydney, Deborah trained with the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) Young Actors Program and was a three year player with the Australian Theatre for Young People. In addition Deborah taught drama at the International Grammar School in Sydney. ...Continued

James M. Larmer  |  Actor
Born and raised in Papura New Guinea, James M. Larmer comes from a background offstage and film in Australia. Recent roles in New York include Roy Darwin in Counselor at Law (Bank Street Theatre), Garry Essendine in Present Laughter (Century Center). Detective Leon Zat in an adaptation of Lantana (Horace Mann Theatre). Cosmo Disney in the New York Premiere of Phillip Ridley's Pitchfork Disney (Greenwich Street Theatre), and a slew of characters in Hair of the Dog's extended run of He Died with a Felafel in His Hand. ...Continued