Steve Allen (DWB, Liberty Speaks) from Yonkers now residing in Rockland County. Steve has been in acting for over 20 years and enjoys the stage as a release from the daily grind. Many acting credits include Elmwood playhouse in Nyack, Shades Repertory Theater in Haverstraw and Westchester Collaborative in Ossining. Thank you family and friends for all the support throughout the years. "We ride together".
Bruce Apar (Mick, Welcome to Theatre) has acted with GoJo Clan Productions, M&M Acting Co., Armonk Players, YCP TheaterWorks, Aery 20/20 Festival, Yorktown Stage, and Axial Theatre (where he sits on the board), plus sundry screen gigs (not counting Zoom). He co-chairs the Town of Yorktown’s new Arts & Culture Committee. Bruce always enjoys playing at Depot Theatre, and is grateful to work with Gaby Fox, Nora Matz, and Scott Faubel. Bruce bows lovingly to wife Elyse, daughter Elissa, and late son Harrison, who stood all of three feet due to dwarfism and felt 10 feet tall when performing on stage.
Pëtra Denison (White Chick on a Phone, Sally ,Father Daughter Dance) is excited to be working with Gaby Fox again, having previously appeared in her plays, The Home and Blackout. A New York City-based actor and trivia host, 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 Antigone (Antigone/Teiresias/Messenger), Romeo & Juliet (Lady Capulet), Seascape with Sharks and Dancer (Tracy), and The Tempest (Ariel). Love to Tim and Theo! www.petradenison.net
Scott Faubel (Ted, Welcome to Theatre) has performed in the Aery 2020 and Ariane Festivals at the Depot, and has appeared on its boards in past years with other troupes that have made it their home. He's been kicking around community theater some 45 years and, since retiring from the newspaper game in 2019, has gotten involved with Axial Theatre in Pleasantville, Westchester Collaborative Theater in Ossining and New Ambassadors Theatre Co. in NYC. Some favorite roles (besides this one) include Lawrence Garfinkle in Other People's Money, Marc in Art and Jurors 3 and 10 in Twelve Angry Men.
Gabrielle Fox (Producer, Playwright/Director: Welcome to Theatre, White Chick on a Phone, Father Daughter Dance, Liberty Speaks, Director: DWB) won the award for Outstanding Playwriting, Overall Production and the Planet Activist Award in the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity. She was part of Playwrights for a Cause alongside world premieres by Lucy Boyle, Migdalia Cruz, Catherine Filloux, Regina Taylor, and Lucy Thurber. She teaches playwriting for Westchester Community College and the Young Author's Conference. She co-produces and founded the first women’s playwright festival in the Hudson Valley. Founder of Theatre Revolution and is a proud member of The Dramatists Guild www.gabriellefoxwrites.com Thank you to quite literally...everyone.
Jeaniene Green (LaKeitha, Incident #19283746) OFF BROADWAY: Piece of My Heart (Gene Frankel Theater), Twelve Angry Women (based on Twelve Angry Men. Roebuck Theater), Inherit the Wind (Hudsdon Shakespeare Co.). FILM: An American Boy, Dana, The Apostle and the Savior. TELEVISION: Law and Order SVU, Perfect Murder. COMMERCIALS: Rite Aid, Axe and various others.
Samuel Harps (Playwright, DWB) interned at New York's New Dramatist, studying with noted
playwright August Wilson. His first major production Don't Explain was staged at the Nuyorican Poet's Cafe where it garnered seven AUDELCO Awards, including best play and playwright. Samuel also received The Arts Council of Rockland County Executive Award for Literary Artist. New York productions include; The Paul Roberson Theater, The National Black Theater, The Billie Holiday Theater, Theater for the New City, Theater Four, Duality Playhouse, and HERE Theater. Regional productions include; Rutgers University, (Newark) The Christina Cultural Arts Center (Wilmington, DEL) The Painted Bride and Bushfire Theaters, (both in Philadelphia) EXIT Theater, (San Francisco) and Vision Theater, Los Angeles.
Bradley Heller (Officer, Incident #19283746) is a New York City-based actor and sportscaster who can be heard weekday mornings on WCBS 880 and on New York Mets radio broadcasts. He also provided the voice for DJ Aaron Bradley in The Barrow Group’s production of Awake, which was written and directed by K. Lorrel Manning. Bradley is thrilled to be working with Manning once again for Liberty Speaks. He is grateful to his family and his fiancée, Jamie, for their unwavering support.
K. Lorrel Manning (Playwright/Director, Incident #19283746) 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.
MP Sullivan (Lou, Father Daughter Dance) is glad to be back out of doors and performing with his Theatre Revolution friends and family. His work as an actor was last seen at this theater in the Aery Festival's production of Darcy and Duke by Gabrielle Fox. The same festival showcased his writing and directing the one-act It's Complicated, with Steve Allen. He is excited that the world is changing and new people and new conversations are helping theater find it's way forward. Thank you to Theatre Revolution for leading the charge with brave, important theater.
Stacey Whitmire (Pamela, Incident #19283746) spent a decade doing character-driven physical comedy in downtown New York and has studied with Yale Drama School, The Barrow Group and now Berg Studios in LA. Her character work garnered her the lead in a nine-episode musical comedy and the lead in Trapped by the Mormons, recommended by Richard Brody of The New Yorker. Stacey grew up in Santa Monica, babysat Paris Hilton when she was fifteen and keeps her hard-earned new york neuroticism hidden by her inherent west coast vibes. LA based, NY & ATL local hire.