Tired of waiting helplessly for traffic lights to change, Donny Rowan seeks the road not taken. He's put his life up for sale on the front lawn, and scans the galaxy from his E-Z Boy recliner in the attic. He's setting his sights on the other side of the universe; a parallel dimension with alternate spatial-temporal rules but a very similar journey of self-discovery.
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Lindsay is a Boston-area actor and director and former Artistic Director of the critically acclaimed Independent Drama Society. Directing credits include Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl (IDS; nominated for Best Play - Small Company, IRNE Awards; awarded Best Director, MyTheatre Awards), Midlands by Jess Martin (Another Country Productions), The Pronoun 'I' by Tennessee Williams (Suffolk University), The Shape of Things by Neil Labute (IDS), and several staged readings with Interim Writers. Recent onstage credits include Abel Znorko in Enigma Variations (Flat Earth Theatre) and The First God in The Good Person of Setzuan (Fort Point Theatre Channel).
Robin's latest stage credits have included Robert in Love, Billy Bunny (Acme Theater New Works Festival, 2013), Brent / Alexander in Drop Dead (Acme Theater 2012), Harry inThe Man From Earth (Hovey Players 2012), Dr. Brock in The Change (Hovey Shorts Festival 2012), Derrick in Third Time's a Charm (Hovey Shorts Festival 2012), and Dan inCloser (Hovey 2012). In addition, he'll be playing Paul Revere in Two If By Sea and Henry in Big Eddie in the Hovey Shorts Festival which performs in July.
Korinne has directed for short play festivals including the Three Ring Reading Series and ACME Theater's New Works Festival. As an actor, Korinne has teamed with companies including the Theatre Cooperative, Women on Top with Centastage and Underground Railway, Devanaughn Theatre, the Women's Theatre Project. In 2002, she was honored with an IRNE nomination for Best Actress for her portrayal of Sarah in the Coop’s Elliot Norton award–winning production of Spinning into Butter. Currently, Korinne dances and choreographs with Six One Seven Dance Collective, and is on the performing arts faculty at Middlesex Community College.
A 2012 graduate of Brown University, favorite college credits include As You Like It, RENT, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Wait Until Dark, and Death and the King's Horseman. In her senior year, Mariagrazia wrote, directed, and starred in a solo show, Alexandria, which was selected for SoloFest 2012. She was also a founding member of the Abolitionist Theatre Company, an ensemble of ten Brown students creating devised performance with a social justice mission. Fall 2013 will also see her Massachusetts directorial debut: she is so excited to be directing Twelfth Night at Flyleaf Theater Company.
Performing for audiences for several years, Scott Alan makes his East coast debut on this stage. Born in Quincy, MA he moved to Seattle, WA where he has been honing his acting skills in many stage, screen, and live performance venues. A fine character actor, Scott has played many roles, worn many hats behind the camera as well, and has even directed and produced his own Horror Host show online. Scott now returns to his hometown bringing his many faces and talents with him.
Juliet has worked extensively on stage and in film in New England and New York. Film credits include the Larry David film Clear History, That's My Boy, alt.sex, and Candy from Strangers. Some favorite stage credits include Our Miss Brooks, The Frank Cyrano Byfar Hour, Fishnet-Networks.Net , The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Misery, The Pillowman, and Moliere's The Learned Ladies. Juliet also works as an improviser and professional voice over artist, and has leant her vocal talents to a variety of narrative pieces, from the acclaimed PBS documentary Hidden Warriors, to the animated short Kiss Me Quick.
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