MICHAEL PEMBERTON (Dr. Palmer) * is an NYC based Actor/Songwriter/Singer.  Most noted for his 3 season recurring as Private Detective (Malcolm) on the hit series DAMAGES. Broadway: The Farnsworth Invention, I’m Not Rappaport, Not About Nightingales, Mamma Mia, Picnic, and Hedda Gabler; Off-Broadway: Dinner With Friends, Saturday Night, Outward Bound (Drama Desk Nom), The Odyssey, The Parker Family Circus, You Never Can Tell, Black Snow. Regional: Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Williamstown Theater Festival, Eugene O’Neill Festival, Portland Center Stage, and more. Films include the upcoming Spielberg film, "St. James Place," Brooklyn's Finest," "Family Stone," and "Children of Invention." TV: "Veep," "The Good Wife," Blue Bloods," "Law & Order," and many more.  





DAVID MEYERS (Kevin McFadden / Playwright) As an actor: Off-Broadway's Abingdon Theatre Company, Project Y, Nylon Fusion Theatre, The Actors Studio, New Georges, and others. This is his third production with Daisy Walker, including RED at Payomet PAC on Cape Cod. On film, he recently appeared in a Verizon campaign with James Franco, and projects for Adobe Software, Catherine Scorsese, Cooper James (Jamie Foxx Show), among others.  


As a writer, David’s plays have been read and performed off-Broadway by the Abingdon Theatre Company, Platform Group, Project Y, Naked Angels, at the Lark Play Development Center, and at professional theaters in New Jersey, Minneapolis, Washington, DC, and New Mexico. His first short film is currently premiering in Festivals.   www.DavidActs.com  Twitter: @DaveActs




ALEX ASHRAFI (Officer Falco) has worked with numerous companies including The Barrow Group, Edison Valley Playhouse, Playhouse 22, and numerous productions at Rutgers University.







DAISY WALKER (Director) has directed around the country from San Diego to NYC, at theatres such as The Guthrie Theater Lab, La Jolla Playhouse, Keen Company, Classic Stage Company, New Georges, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, Payomet PAC, Adirondack Theatre Festival, and others. She has directed new work by artists such as Kristoffer Diaz, Julia Jordan, Duncan Sheik, Eric Lane, Kevin Rice, Courtney Baron, and Melanie Marnich. Previously, she was an Assistant Director on Jersey Boys for the Broadway, National Tour, and Regional productions, and served as an Artistic Associate at Classic Stage Co. Other Broadway Assistant Directing credits include The Farnsworth Invention, Dracula - The Musical, and Sinatra, His Music, His World, His Way. A Usual Suspect at NYTW. Affiliated Artist New Georges. 2005 Recipient of SSDC Sir John Gielgud Fellowship. MFA from UCSD. Upcoming: Detroit at Harbor Stage Co. on Cape Cod.





EMILY C. ROLSTON (Stage Manager) * Credits include The Pearl Theatre Company, Trinity Repertory Company, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, TheatreworksUSA, Little Orchestra Society, Oldcastle Theatre Company, White Plains Performing Arts Center, New York Neo-Futurists, Lake Dillon Theatre Company, and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Emily is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.




KEVIN JUDGE (Set Design) Broadway: Irena’s Vow (Walter Kerr Theatre)  New York: Anthem (Baryshnikov Arts  Center), A User’s Guide to Hell Featuring Bernard Madoff , Lovesick, The Revival and FUBAR (Project Y), A Splintered Soul (Mint Theatre), Two Rooms (Lion Theatre), Irena’s Vow (Baruch Center for the Performing Arts), Frankenstein (37 ARTS), Duse’s Fever (Kirk Theater), Safety (Urban Stages). Regional: Mauritius, Boeing Boeing, Good People (Dorset Theater Festival), The Servant of Two Masters (The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Durango (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), The Diary of Anne Frank (Delaware Theatre Company), Paris Commune and Guitar (La Jolla Playhouse), The Little Dog Laughed and Ride (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater). Kevin received his MFA from The University of California, San Diego and currently teaches design at the College of Staten Island.




PATRICIA M. NICHOLS (Lighting Design) New York design credits include: Splintered Souls at The Mint Theatre, Fidelity Futurestage at New World Stages, Because I Can at the Greenwich Theatre, The Souls of Our Feet at the Triangle Theatre, Safety at Urban Stages. National tour: The Gazillion Bubble Show.  Regional: Barefoot In The Park, 39 Steps, and Our Town for Skyline Theatre.  Ms. Nichols is the Associate Lighting Designer for the Broadway and all domestic and international productions of Jersey Boys, Broadway’s Pirate Queen, Freeman of Color, and the Broadway and all touring productions of Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays. Ms. Nichols holds an MFA in Lighting Design from the University of California San Diego and is the recipient of the 2004 USITT Young Designer Barbizon Award for Lighting Design.




DINA EPSHTEYN (Assistant Director) As director: Off Broadway - Theatre East: The Jungle Book, Jedi Handbook (reading). Peter Jay Sharp Theater: Mary’s Wedding (fully staged reading). Urban Stages: Jedi Handbook (reading), The Clockmaker (reading). Fringe: MUSH, George the Fourth. HERE: Lubbock or Leave It!. MITF: How Herman Commike Saved My Life, Visionaries, School Romance. Sam French OOB Fest: Ori & Addison. Regional - City Theatre: Ten Questions to Ask Your Biology Teacher about Evolution (workshop/reading). Bloomington Playwrights Project: Three Views of the Same Object, Still the River Runs, Mad Gravity. As playwright: Manhattan Theater Club: 2009 REALationships National Playwrighting Competition, $7,500 Grand Prize Winner. Education: McGill University. www.dinaepshteyn.com




JANET BENTLEY (Dramaturg/Play Development) holds an MFA in dramaturgy from the University of Iowa. New York directing credits include Selling Off Secrets by Joseph Mosso (Planet Connections), Coventry Carol by James McLindon (Emerging Artists Theatre), seven short plays for Nylon Fusion Theatre Company’s “This Round’s On Us” festival, and Weird Around the Baby by Judith Leora for Ego Actus Theatre. Regional credits include The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh (Surfside Players-Cocoa Beach, FL), As You Like It (Shakespeare in the Park-Titusville, FL), and The Knife Trick by Randy Noojin (Attic Theatre-Titusville). Janet is a freelance director, dramaturg, actor, composer, writer, sound designer, teacher, and a proud member of Nylon Fusion Theatre Company.




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MAAYAN SCHNEIDER (Marketing) hails from beautiful Jerusalem, Israel. She has trained as an actor there and at New York City’s Neighborhood Playhouse, and has performed onstage at NYC Fringe, Theatre Three, and the Bridge Theater, as well as in readings at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Primary Stages, the Players Club and the Abingdon Theatre. She is an Associate Producer of the upcoming short “The Kids Menu” and has co-produced and hosted the Web Series “Maayan’s Music Minute”, and the weekly “Free and Cheap NYC” segment on WBAI Radio. www.maayanschneider.com



* Member of Actors Equity Association