About the Company: Leviathan Lab
Leviathan Lab is a professional creative studio founded in 2009 that includes more than 75 Asian-American actors, writers, and directors. Leviathan Lab invests in the advancement of both emerging and established Asian American performing artists by featuring them in new works by Asian American writers, in fresh interpretations of classical plays, and in original works for film, tv, and new media.
A young Korean War veteran returns home to California to find his parents have died in a house fire and his wife has left him for another man. Having no other family he leaves for Middle America in search of a distant cousin. When he arrives, he finds a woman with five daughters living in a small town haunted by secrets.
Originally titled ARE YOU FROM DOWN THE ROAD?, the play was turned into a film titled DOWN THE ROAD, directed by Juan Reinoso. The film won the Best Feature Filmed in Oklahoma at the 2005 BareBones International Film Festival and the DIGI award at the International Digital Cinema Convention in Kansas City, Missouri.
Cast: Renée-Michele Brunet, Kelsey Moore, Renée Petrofes, Vincent Petrosini, Kyla Schoer, Autumn Stein & Kristina Thompson
Understudies: Yury Lomakin, Susan Neuffer, Kaylee Souther & Natalie Wetta
The Ex, Written by Chris Fitz, Directed by Mary Birnbaum
City Life, Written by Elyse Nass, Directed by Stacee White
The Field, Written by Rachel Barclay, Directed by Ronald Grimshaw
Impotence, Written by Jeannie Hart, Directed by Michael Tartaglia
Final Destination, Written by Bryan Bradford, Directed by Alexander Casasnovas
Up and Down, Written by Peter Turo, Directed by Dina Vovsi
One Small Thing, Written by Travis W. Williams, Directed by Martin Peacock
An Impossible Love, Written by Tom Jensen, Directed by Natalie Glick
Cast: Adam Lebowitz-Lockard, Alexandra Hynes, Andrew Houlihan, Ashley Hamilton, Cassie Fireman, Christian Caldwell, Edward Snyder, Janice Bishop, Jarrod Luke, Jennifer Onvie, Joe Carr, John Mulcahy, Julie O’Neill, Leo Dority, Maria Smith, Martin Cohen, Melissa Smith, Michael Griffiths, Michael Livingston, Paul Davee, Rachel Johanson, Starsha Schiller, Renee Petrofes
Crew: Katherine Scott, Lauren Hennessy, Noelle Fair, Rachel Loebs, Victoria Weinberg
Producer: Annie Ward
About the Company: The Complete Theatre Company
The Complete Theatre Company is open to all styles and approaches that help the members reach their full potential.
Our philosophy is that 'we learn by doing.'
We believe that a well-functioning community is vital to the development of talent and an excellent theatrical experience.
Just as great individuals make for great groups, so great groups make for great individuals.
Our company is dedicated to artistic self-expression and creative interactivity.
When Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, he was barely 24-years-old. Acting Alone reveals Oswald’s fascinating life, focusing on his peripatetic childhood, defection to the Soviet Union and unraveling marriage to his Russian bride upon their return to the United States. Told Rashomon-style through the eyes of Oswald, his enabling mother Marguerite, brother Robert and wife Marina, the play unveils the dramatic events that led to Oswald’s showdown with history at Dallas’s Dealey Plaza.
Nick Scoullar stars as Lee Harvey Oswald. Rounding out the cast are Stephen Graham as his brother Robert, Vivian Neuwirth as his mother Marguerite, and Monika Hunken as his wife Marina.
Sound Design: Noah Aronson
Production Stage Manager: Michelle Beige
Running Time: 90 Minutes
(Brennan Roberts (as Launce, with his dog, Crab)
in THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA.)