Tuesday, October 18, 2011
BLOOD [By The Mummers] marks Andrew's debut in the Big Apple. He's thrilled at the chance to work with such an outstanding, talented cast and crew. Andrew attended the BFA Acting program at SUNY Fredonia where he later found his love for stage combat, with certification now in rapier and dagger, broad sword, modern knife, and unarmed fighting. When he is not acting you can find him on stage as the frontman and lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Exit Existence. He would like to thank Frank and Aundre for this opportunity, the cast and crew of 'BLOOD' for welcoming him with an open heart and mind, his mother and father for their undy
Lindsay Zaroogian is so happy to be working along side such talent. Previously she has accompanied The Last 5 Years, Little Shop of Horrors, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!, Godspell, and just finished music directing A Chorus Line at Mount Washington Valley Theatre. A graduate of the BFA musical theatre at SUNY Fredonia,she was most recently seen at Bristol Valley Theatre in Cabaret and Charley’s Aunt. Other shows include Rent (Mimi), Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel), Into the Woods(Witch), You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown! (Snoopy), and Old Yeller (Old Yeller/Lisabeth).
Lizzie Hatfield has been a main player on Montana stages for the past seven years. From accompanist to actor, music director to dance captain, she has had the opportunity to be involved in the many different aspects of theatre. Favorite projects have included music direction for Hair (University of Montana), Happy Days (Bigfork Summer Theatre), The Rocky Horror Show (Montana Actor's Theatre) and Gypsy (University of Montana) and performing the roles of Irene Roth in Crazy For You (University of Montana), Bloody Mary in South Pacific and Jennyanydots in Cats (both MCT Community Theatre). Other notable accomplishments include conceiving and co-directing an adaptation of "Alice In Wonderland," music directing and orchestrating Missoula Children's Theater's Performing Arts Camp show "No Biz Like Show Biz" and planning, directing and writing the fundraiser "Hats Off To Broadway." She is ecstatic to be in New York for the first time both as a visitor and a professional! www.lizziehatfield.com
The percussionist: Michael has played everything from Irish funk, to timpani in a symphonyorchestra, to grunge rock, to musicals like BLOOD. The fight choreographer: Michael has choreographed for NYU, Flux Theatre Ensemble, New York Classical and The Secret Theatre. He has assisted J. David Brimmer on Crazy for You, The Cripple of Inishmaan and Made in Poland. The Actor: Michael has a BFA from NYU. Some credits: Lover 2 in The Argument(The Attic Theatre Company), Jason in Madea (Xoregos Performing Company), Tyrrel inRichard III (New York Classical), Wolsey’s Secretary in Henry VIII (Illinois Shakespeare Festival)
Paul Herbig has worked extensively in Off-Off Broadway theatre, working with Mainspring Collective, Emerging Artists Theatre, Heiress Productions, and the American Theatre of Actors among others. Paul has also worked in independent film, and just finished shooting The Adventures of Paul and Marian, his first lead role in a feature film. Paul is excited to be back working with [By The Mummers]!
Holly is a New York-based actress who made her Manhattan debut as a playwright this winter with "What the Dickens!" an interactive holiday event produced with [By The Mummers]. She continues to enjoy collaborating with [By The Mummers] in both a writing and performance capacity, and looks forward to what new works they come up with next.
Monday, October 17, 2011
Lindsey is so thrilled to be a core member [By the Mummers]! Lindsey graduated from Vassar College, where she majored in Drama and performed in numerous productions, including "Quills" playing the role of Madeleine and "Into the Woods" playing the role of Jack's Mother. After college she moved to NYC, where she has been living the glamorous life of a starving actress, appearing in several New York productions and spending her summers performing at the wonderful Sterling Renaissance Festival. Lindsey would like to thank all of her fellow Mummers for being such great co-actors and friends!
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Jake grew up in Auburn, NY where his favorite pasttimes included hijinking and running amok. Now, he is doing much the same with [By The Mummers], an unstoppable theater group of like-minded madmen/women. Favorite roles: Mark inRENT (TTC Hoboken), Farmer Brown in Click Clack Moo (Theaterworks), Winston Puppet in Cartoon (MADCAP), and a dozen or so original characters with [By The Mummers] and The Sterling Renaissance Festival. BFA Musical Theater from The Hartt School. More at www.jakeottosen.com.
Aileen Targett graduated from West Virginia University with a BFA in theatre. Some of her favorite roles include Ophelia in Hamlet, Little Red in Into the Woods and Grusha in Caucasion Chalk Circle. Her most recent New York credit was playing Viola in Madcaps production of Twelfth Night. She would like to thank her Sterling ren fair family, mom, dad, and friends for their constant support and love.
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Aundre is the Founding Member & Artistic Director of MadCap Collective. madcapcollectivenyc.com Aundre is Co-Founder and Artistic Director of madCAP collecTIVE and since it’s conception in 2009, he is thrilled with the rapid growth the collective has been making in New York City. All of this is due to it’s extremely talented and dedicated creative team, and from the support of friends and loved ones.
He directed the NYC premier of CARTOON, by Steve Yockey and has worked closely with [By The Mummers] and The Gossip Factory. Some other directing credits; Two Rooms, Cabaret, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Into the Woods, The Last Five Years, Songs For A New World, and a utting of Art, by Yasmina Reza. He has directed and performed for The Sterling Renaissance Festival for three years and has served as a guest judge for Stonewall Sensation.