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Stavros Adamides (Mark) has had the good fortune of collaborating with many outstanding artists over the course of his acting career, which he hopes has lead to his turning into a halfway decent one himself; that, of course, is for you to decide.

Kristin Battersby (Morgan) after years of behind-the-scenes leadership in company management and producing, Kristin has finally admitted that she’d rather be acting… and is overjoyed with her journey so far! Local credits include Pride and Prejudice (LIZZY BENNET) and August, Osage County (KAREN WESTON) with County Players, Twelfth Night (VIOLA) with the Hudson Valley Performing Arts Lab, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (CANDY STARR) with the New Deal Creative Arts Center. Kristin has a B.A. in Theatre Arts from SUNY New Paltz and has studied with The Barrow Group in NYC. Much love always to Mom, Dad, Colin, and Joanna, and huge hugs and kisses to her very best friend, Michael.

Michelle Concha Herko (Blanca) was recently on the stage with RiverArts presenting Kindness Committee, a new play written and directed by Melanie Hoopes, with music by John Elliott. She “wrapped” a Lifetime Movie Malicious Minds. She has Guest starred on A Good Cop, Blue Bloods, Law & Order:SVU and Dr. Death. Michelle was the voice of Click the Camera in Go, Diego, Go! Video Games (Nickelodeon), various voices on Dora the Explorer Education Series, Spokesperson for Carmax. Michelle was a Guest host on QVC, a Cooking host on and hosted her own series Friday w/Friends on FB spotlighting female entrepreneurs. Michelle graduated The Juilliard School. Michelle is Artistic Director of State of Play Productions and Executive Producer of the Ossining Jazz Festival.


Pëtra Denison (Carol) is excited to be working with the wonderful Theatre Revolution folks again! She participated in their production of Father Daughter Dance as part of Liberty Speaks in 2021 – a short play they’re now making into a short film. A New York City-based actor, Pëtra is a graduate of Boston University's Acting program, with a semester spent at London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA). New York theatre credits include Father Daughter Dance (Sally), Twelfth Night (Olivia), and Antigone (Antigone/Teiresias/Messenger). Most importantly, folks - don’t forget to stay vigilant and VOTE!


Gabrielle Fox (Producer, Playwright/Director: Free and Fair Playwright Festival, The History of Carol) is an award winning playwright and the founder of Theatre Revolution. She won the award for Outstanding Playwriting, Overall Production and the Planet Activist Award in recognition of her fundraising efforts for the Alzheimer’s Association in PCTF. Her play The Home was presented in the La MaMa New Playwright Marathon in New York. Her play The Second Coming is published in The Best New Ten Minute Plays 2021. She won the 914Inc. Women in Business Award as the founder and artistic director of Theatre Revolution.  She teaches playwriting for Westchester Community College. She founded and produced the first women’s playwright festival in the Hudson Valley. Thank you Michael & Nora for taking this ride.  VOTE like your life depends on it!


Jeaniene Green (Ella) Theater: Sweat, Incident 1923746, Piece of My Heart, Twelve Angry Women (based on Twelve Angry Men), Inherit the Wind. FILM: An American Boy, Dana, The Apostle and the Savior. TELEVISION: Law and Order SVU, Perfect Murder. COMMERCIALS: Rite Aid, Axe and various others. JeanieneGreen.Weebly.Com 



Hasan Gray (Eddie) lives and works in the town of Newburgh New York. Born in the Bronx, raised in Beacon New York. As an actor, Hasan has performed roles in A Time to Kill, A Lesson Before Dying, Stick Fly and Our Town at the Elmwood Playhouse  Hasan proudly  serves on the board of Elmwood Playhouse in Nyack, NY.

Todd Londagin (Trombone) Todd Londagin, a founding member of the Flying Neutrinos has been singing, playing trombone and dancing the occasional soft-shoe since he was 7 years old. Home-schooled and with no formal musical training, Todd honed his skills busking around the world in a family band, and listening to his biggest influences like Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, early Sinatra and New Orleans traditional jazz, Londagin has been in the New York area since the early ‘90s touring and making records with the Neutrinos, and playing private events large and small with his own group. He has two recordings, “Introducing Todd Londagin” (2002) and “Look Out for Love” (2014). He can be found playing with his group in the Hudson Valley, New York City and touring the world with the Hot Sardines.

Tomo Lovrić (Fredis an actor, writer, comedian, and immigrant, who parlayed his former knowledge and skills as an R&D scientist into that of a storyteller. He is best known for playing Adrien in the award-winning short film COQ AU VIN, and for playing Martin in the premiere production of Ben Holbrook’s THE WHALE AND THE DOG STAR, by the Fundamental Theater Project. On stage, his most recent role was that of Jess, in the Bookworm Theatrics 2021 tour of THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. You can hear Tomo regularly on the comedy podcast, WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?!?

K. Lorrel Manning (Playwright/Director: Model Activist, We Need Porn) is an award-winning writer, director, actor and musician who works in both theatre and film. His critically acclaimed play Awake, which he also directed, recently had its world premiere at the Barrow Group. He is currently shooting Lost & Found, a feature-length documentary on young Cameroonian painter Ludovic Nkoth and prepping his second narrative feature film, Sheila & The Punk Rock. Manning has an MFA in Film from Columbia University and a BFA in Drama from the University of Georgia. He currently teaches screenwriting and advanced acting at Sarah Lawrence College, and he is a resident director and instructor at The Barrow Group Theatre Company and School.

Nora Matz (Co-Producer, Stage Manager) discovered her love for stage managing at Skidmore College over 20 years ago. She loves both the creative and practical processes of putting up a theater production, especially when she gets to work with Gaby Fox and Theatre Revolution. She is so happy to be able to participate in live theater again and to bring it to a live audience. She'd like to give thanks to Gaby for bringing her on board and to the cast for their dedication and positivity. Nora is grateful to her love, Amanda, for her everlasting encouragement and support. 

Sharon Rowe (Dorothy) Is thrilled to be working with Theatre Revolution. On stage since 1977 at Eugene O’Neill Center to DC to NYC and the Hudson Valley. Author “The Magic Of Tiny Business,” founder-ceo ECOBAGS brand, speaker, studio artist @ Bethany Arts Community, partner in life to Blake. Member WCT and ongoing improv classes…Life is an improvisation.



Nelly Saviñon (Kara) a U.S. Air Force veteran, is an actor and writer based in New York City.  In theater, she made her acting debut in 2016 as Roberta in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.  She was also in the musical, Blueprint Specials which was part of The Public Theater's  Under the Radar Festival 2017 at the Intrepid Museum.  Her latest film credits include: An Air About Her, The Actor, The Big Time, My Father's Heart and The Light of the Moon which is a SXSW 2017 audience award winner and is now available on Showtimes.  Ms. Saviñon enjoys storytelling and is very grateful to have the opportunity to tell it thru acting and collaborating with other artists.  And she also thanks her family and friends for their support. 



Pete Smith (Guitar) is a New York City-based guitarist who performs in a wide range of musical settings.  As a founding member of Grupo los Santos, a vanguard Afro-Cuban and Brazilian-style quartet, he has played New York’s Town Hall and concerts throughout the U.S., Cuba & Austria.  With Hazmat Modine he has performed at the Berlin Jazz Festival and Montreal Jazz Festival, as well as concerts in thirty countries throughout Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia.  He has worked with Norah Jones, trumpeter Donald Byrd, Cuban trombone master Juan Pablo Torres, Andrew Hill, Kat Edmonson, Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks, the Moonlighters, Madeline Peyroux, Natalie Merchant and Huun-Huur-Tu, and is currently a member of Michael Feinstein’s Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Michael Patrick Sullivan (Co-Producer) is happy to be once again collaborating with the talented folks of
Theatre Revolution on Free and Fair Festival, this time as a producer. A founding member of
TR, Michael is grateful to Gabrielle Fox and Nora Matz for their passion and guts in building this
important work, and keeping an artistic focus on what theater can be and do. Last seen acting
onstage with Theatre68 at The NuBox Theatre in A Moment of Gravity, and last June at The
Depot Theater in Theatre Revolution’s Liberty Speaks. Michael just finished associate producing
and acting in the film, Father Daughter Dance, based on a one-act by Gabrielle Fox. “Art is not a
mirror to reflect reality, but a hammer to shape it” - Bertolt Brecht


Special thanks to Former Peekskill Councilwoman Vanessa Agudelo, Ossining Town Supervisor Dana Levenberg, Westchester County Legislator Colin Smith and Putnam County Legislator Nancy Montgomery for supporting the arts and advocacy in this way.


Adrian D. Cameron (Projection Design) is a Brooklyn-based theater/performance/media artist and technologist with over twenty years of experience in a diversity of creative fields, including media design, theater, performance art, sound design, and computational creativity. He is an alumnus of Brooklyn College’s Performance & Interactive Media Arts MFA program, and as the Founder/Bureau Chief of Irrational Robot Bureau, he presented numerous original experimental theater productions in Seattle, WA.. His most recent work explores the creative applications of both established and emergent technologies and their intersections with live performance.

Roisin Daly (Lighting Director) is a native of Cold Spring and student at Gettysburg College, where she studies Theatre and History. She recently worked as a lighting tech for Constellations and Pipeline (both at Gettysburg) as well as several student productions. She also holds credits as an actor, costumer, director, and set painter. She would like to thank everyone who worked on this great production, and is thrilled to return to the Depot.


Virginia Reynolds (Assistant Stage Manager) is thrilled to be working with Theatre Revolution, on such a timely and provocative production. Virginia’s work as a playwright has been showcased at the Samuel French One-Act Play Festival, Pittsburgh New Works Festival, and right here at the Depot’s very own 20/20 Festival. Virginia also directs and enjoys bossing people around backstage. Thank you to Gaby, Michael, and the team for this opportunity to make a difference. Vote like your life depends on it, because it does!

Jim Simonson (Sound Design) thanks Theatre Revolution for the opportunity to sling zeros and ones around, making noise for this production!  A Broadway World award-winning sound designer, Jim has worked with the Aery, Hand to Mouth, Yorkville Community, GoJo Clan and WCT companies. He has been a record producer, a recording and live sound engineer, a Def Jam recording artist, and an Amazon best-selling author. You can listen to his internet radio station at,  or if you are in a Christmas mood, 



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