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ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT: BEKAH BRUNSTETTER
Bekah hails from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Plays include Going to a Place Where You Already Are (South Coast Rep Commission), Cutie and Bear (Upcoming, the Roundabout) A Long and Happy life (Naked Angels Commission), Be A Good Little Widow (Ars Nova, Collaboraction, The Old Globe), Oohrah! (The Atlantic Theater, Steppenwolf Garage, the Finborough Theater / London), Nothing is the end of the World (except for the end of the world) (Waterwell productions), House of Home (Williamstown Theater festival) and Miss Lilly Gets Boned (Ice Factory Festival.)
She is an alumni of the CTG Writers Group, Primary Stages writes group, Ars Nova Play Group, The Playwright’s Realm, and the Women’s Project Lab.
She has previously written for MTV (Underemployed; I Just want my Pants Back) and is currently a Story editor on ABC Family’s Switched at Birth.
BA UNC Chapel Hill; MFA in Dramatic Writing from the New School for Drama. (biography from www.bekahbrunstetter.com)
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR: KYLE HESTER
Kyle is a graduate of NYU Tisch, where he studied at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Previous directing credits include Assassins and The Play About the Baby. Thank you to his family for their love and support, Eddie for his tireless work as both producer and sensible sounding board to the director, Bekah for both writing and allowing us to produce her extraordinary play, and LANCT for the opportunity to bring it to the stage.
Eddie Vona (Howie) is originally from Hollywood…Florida! He is more than excited to work with LANCT again as both actor and producer this time around. He attended The Stella Adler Studio at NYU Tisch and is a founding member of Street Shakespeare (streetshakespeare.org). Past credits include: Speech & Debate (LANCT), Lend Me a Tenor and This Is Our Youth (The Hangar Theatre), Dinner at Eight (dir. Robert Moss). Special thanks to Bekah, Nathan and my darling. www.eddievona.com
Brandon Bales* (Andy) is an actor and writer who has appeared in the world premiere of Terrence McNally’s Some Men at the Philadelphia Theater Company, OffBroadway in 13P’s production of Have You Seen Steve Steven? (also at the Sundance Lab), as well as the world premiere of Leegrid Stevens’s The Dudleys! LA theatre credits include Sarah Doyle’s Feeling Feeling (Fringe) and Joseph Fisher’s In the Canopy of the Forest (Open Fist). TV: Review, The Black Donnellys, and Law and Order (both regular and SVU flavors). Brandon’s cocreated short series American Friends was recently featured at Funny or Die.
Jordan Mann (Wendy) is a Nashville native with a background in improv and dance. She graduated NYU Tisch, and continues to study at the Art of Acting Studio and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Her previous roles include That Girl Right There, Who Just Crossed Behind Leighton Meester! and I Should’ve Taken The Drugs: A Live Action Birth Story (starring role circa 1989). She asked to leave you with this proverb, When it comes to bacon, yes.
David Silavin (Jed) is originally from Sunnyvale, California. After graduating from Saint Mary’s College with a BFA in Acting, he moved to LA in 2012 for the Art of Acting Studio’s Two Year Professional Conservatory. His recent theatre credits include Tracers, Reasons to be Pretty, and Big Love. David is thrilled to join LANCT for their production of Little Man!
Marianna Caldwell** (Stefanie) is a native Iowan, who recently moved to LA from New York City, where she graduated with her MFA in Acting from Columbia University. She is beyond thrilled to be part of the premiere of this wonderful play with LANCT. Previous credits: The Tempest (Classic Stage Company), The Government Inspector (3Legged Dog), Measure for Measure, The 39 Steps (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival). Love to my CUGA family, esp. Greg. www.mariannacaldwell.com
Josie Adams* (Melissa) returns to the LA New Court Theatre, having performed in Fools, the company’s first production. National tour credits: A Christmas Carol, Magic Tree House. TV & Film: 90210 and Big Eden. Theatre (selected): Emma (St. Louis Rep), 25th Annual…Spelling Bee (Grandstreet Theatre), Campaign (The Met Theatre) and The Producers (MacLeod Playhouse). She is a proud Montana native with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Webster Conservatory. Much love to her family and Josey!
* Denotes member of SAG-AFTRA
** Denotes member of AEA, the professional union of actors and stage managers.