Cynthia Shaw as Mrs. Alving / Irene / Ellida
Cynthia Shaw (Mrs. Alving / Irene / Ellida) is thrilled to be working again with director, Clayton Guiltner. She recently returned from Kentucky Repertory Theatre where she played lead roles in Neil Simon's The Good Doctor and Elizabeth Fuller's Jezebel and Me, a role which she will be reprising this November at the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre at The Abingdon Theatre Complex. NY Theatre: Marat/Sade (Theatre 54 at Shetler), The Giver (Secret Theatre), Time Traveling with Cannibals (Spoon Theatre), Prom Night of the Living Dead (Players Theatre-voted audience favorite in the Shortened Attention Span Horror Festival), NY Christmas Revels (Symphony Space). Film: Lead role in John Orrichio's feature horror film, Evil's Lair and supporting roles in three feature films, King of Fitness, Mount Joy and 100 Proof. Lead roles in two recent independent films, Maderling Suquet's The Unexpected and Wajahat Abbasi’s The Saturday Post and numerous other student and short films. Playing a lead in A Girl in Glass, the film was selected as Best Short Narrative Drama by the Trenton Film Society’s Not Quite Legal Festival and was the Official Selection for the NY Filmmaker’s Festival. Favorite role, Abigail (lead), in Emre Cicek's film noir, Nobesity. www.cynthiashaw.us
Natalie Harris as Maia and Nora
Natalie Harris (Maia and Nora) has an extensive theatre background in acting, as well as positions on stage and off. Recent New York Credits include Cat's Cradle (Player's Theatre). Other regional credits include MacBeth, Almost Maine, All My Sons, & Romeo and Juliet (Wallace Theatre, Riverside, California). Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre from California Baptist University in Riverside, California and has trained at the Broadway Dance Center. Natalie is excited to work with the Grex Group Theatre.
Robert Eigen as Helmer / Professor Rubek
Robert Eigen (Helmer / Professor Rubek) has appeared in over forty New York stage productions. Recent stage credits include: The Pretentious Young Ladies (Gorgibus) The Bald Soprano (Fire Chief), Three Sisters (Chebutykin), 27 Wagons Full of Cotton (Jake Meighan), Saint Joan (Earl of Warwick), The Hairy Ape (Paddy), a solo show titled Countless Voices:The Forgotten Souls of 9/11 (Lido, Jacob, Gloria, Joaquin), and Like Yesterday (Sam) both written by his wife, Awilda Bravo (oneactplay.net). Recent television Commercials include: Pennsylvania State Lottery, Dryel , Urge Music, ESPN, WWE, AXE, Showtime, Ron Rico Rum, and Alvatek Tools. Recent film and television work include an appearance as Rabbi Epstein in The Dawn Chorus (Sundance Short Film entry), The Lunatic Scientist in Kurt Vonnegut’s A Man Without a Country, and George Lutz on Celebrity Ghost Stories on the Biography Channel. Find Robert Eigen on the web HERE.
William Kozy as Manders / The Stranger
William Kozy (Manders / The Stranger) is excited to be working with Clayton Guiltner again. Recent New York stage credits include Private Lives and Bus Stop (City Island Theatre), Summer and Smoke (Source Theatre), A Few Good Men (Curtain Call Theatre), New Roomates (Samuel French Festival); Feature Film credits include Chasing Amy (Mirimax), Dead Dogs Lie (Big Slick Entertainment), Lysistrata (MacMillan Films / PBS-TV). Televtion credits include Travel Channel Secrets (Travel Channel), Real Jokes (HBO). William holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Georgetown University, and a Master of Fine Arts in Film from New York Univeristy.
Jonny Schroeder as Wangel
Jonny Schroeder (Wangel) has several New York and Regional acting credits including a recent performance with the Grex Group Theatre as The Viscount Jodelet in The Pretentious Young Ladies. Other credits include: Risk (Joshua) , Creation of the World and Other Business (Azreal), Romeo and Juliet (Tybalt), Sylvia (Tom/Leslie/Phillis), Honus and Me (Sportswriter), Greetings (Andy), Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Renfield), Love’s Labor’s Lost (Dumain), and Good Morning Athens (Herodotus). He holds a B.F.A. in Acting from the University of Wyoming.
Lauren Friedlander as Narrator
Lauren Friedlander (Narrator) is so thrilled to be working with the Grex Group again after appearing in their inaugural production of Moliere's The Pretentious Young Ladies. Previous credits include FaustX (Kipuka Theatre), Looking Glass Theatre's Summer Showcase, and Oleanna (Living Room Theatre, Kansas City.) She graduated with a B.A. in Theatre from Oberlin College. You can learn more about her at www.Lauren-Friedlander.com.
Nevin Edmundson as Narrator
Nevin Edmundson (Narrator) is thrilled to be making his New York Debut with the Grex Group Theatre. Nevin studies acting under Clayton Guiltner, and has several collegiate acting credits, including Dwight in Dead Man's Cell Phone, The Writer in The Good Doctor, Clown Two in The 39 Steps, and Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night. Nevin is a sophomore working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from Southern Arkansas University.