ETG is so excited to be working with a group of such talented performers!Don’t forget to catch THE INTERNET. opening THURSDAY, August 12th at 8 p.m. at THE INCUBATOR ARTS PROJECT. Get your tickets here
Tess Frazer Hofmaier was a drama major at LaGuardia high school of the Performing Arts and at the Proffesional Performing Arts School in Manhattan. She studied dance at Steps and has performed throughout NYC with Ballet Hispanico’s Student Ensemble and with the Looking Glass theatre. Tess is thrilled to be a part of this ingenious production!
T. Ramón Campbell (A): A small town boy from Ossining, NY with roots in Tuskegee, AL and Jarrett, VA, Ramón grew up an active participant of the theatre arts in his community, playing in high school productions of The King and I, Bye Bye Birdie and Gypsy. Furthering his education at SUNY Purchase College in Westchester, NY Ramón earned a BA in Literature/Drama Studies and wrote, produced, directed and performed in his first original work. In Denver, CO he achieved an MFA in acting, at the National Theatre Conservatory. As an apprentice with the Denver Center Theatre Company, Ramón had the honor of performing in such classics as The Tempest, Dream, On Monkey Mountain, The Women of Trachis, The Importance of Being Ernest, Bus Stop, Le Misanthrope and Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. Recently, Ramón played Joe in the SUNY Purchase College Production of Four directed by Teddy Nicolas. Than at the Ontological Hysterical Theatre he played Luke, in the ETG Original production of A Pale Horse, Death, Hell: Followed With a Lifetime Original Series. Ramón is honored to have the opportunity to join Everywhere Theatre Group in this project.
Phillip Gulley is an interdisciplinary artist and general practitioner of performance based in New York City. He ventures into acting, dancing, installation, administration, sound art, dramaturgy and other lovely things with a bit of wonder that he has found his way to such wonderful people and places. Phillip holds the position of Sponsored Artist Program Associate at The Field, is currently a MFA candidate at PIMA Brooklyn College, and holds a degree in Performance Theatre from the University of South Florida.
James Roberts is a New York based actor-singer-dancer. Previous credits include productions of: Yearbook, Once on This Island, Damn Yankees, Baby, and Mother Courage. James would like to thank his friends and family for their boundless support.
Rachel Pearl is an actor/singer/writer originally from Issaquah, Washington, and is happy to be joining ETG again for this new endeavor. She holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Hofstra University. She previously appeared in A Pale Horse . . . and Big Talk with ETG. Other credits include: The Winter’s Tale (Paulina), Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife), Equus (Dora Strang) The Fantasticks (Louisa).
Clint Headley is an actor and dancer from New York City by way of Trinidad & Tobago. He’s credited in many short films and music videos, and has done some stage as well. He loves acting and hopes one day to be a feature film director.
Nicki Miller is an actor/dancer/aerialist with a Bachelor’s degree in Drama from Syracuse University. Currently she is an aerial performer and teacher at The House of Yes in Brooklyn and is doing aerial silk choreography for the Deconstructive Theatre Project’s upcoming show, The Orpheus Variations at Theatre for A New City in September. The big project for the upcoming year is a collaboration with actor/aerialist Sarah Bowles on developing a site-specific production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night with aerial and live music in the engine room of a boat! More info at nickimiller.wordpress.com!
Laura Sundh is a graduate from the University of Iowa with a BA in Dance and Psychology. She moved to New York after a year spent in Minneapolis on scholarship with Zenon Dance Company. Laura has worked with choreographers such as David Dorfman, Charlotte Adams, Armando Duarte/Duarte Dance Works Contemporary Dance Company, and Alan Sener, among others. She is honored to be part of such a talented group of people, and looks forward to things to come.
TJ Jamez is a professional dancer and fashion designer. He is one of the co-founders of Fire Cry, a dance crew that grew into a movement for talented artists of music and fashion. He has been working most recently updating his clothing line for Fire Cry but has been in several music videos, and can be seen this month in the upcoming film Step Up 3D.
Dan Whalen is a social worker and performer from Grand Rapids, MI. While persuing a political science degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, he appeared in productions including Noises Off!; Henry IV, Part I; Stop Kiss; The Madwoman of Chaillot; and The Photographer, while also giving writing and directing a shot. Productions in his native Michigan included Les Miserables; 42nd Street; and Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet. While working on the piece What Is Wild as part of the Ontological Hysteric Incubator’s Short Form series he had the opportunity to meet the members of Everywhere Theatre Group, which led to an appearance in last year’s ETG production of A Pale Horse… and the rest, as they say, is history. A big Thank You! to the cast and crew and everyone who made this show possible – and that includes you, Mom and Dad. Enjoy the show, and I love you.
Benjamin Myer: Please visit my bio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUNUAgg1tqw
CREATIVE TEAM AND CREW
Lindsay Mack (Creative Director, Co-stage Director, Choreographer, Costumes/Props) is a Brooklyn based performer; she is the resident choreographer/costumer for ETG, as well as being a company member performer. Credits with ETG include: Big Girls Club: Happy Dance Dance Princess Show! at The Brick (video segment); A Pale Horse…Culmination for Ontological-Hysteric’s Incubator Short Form Series, The Formula Play at HERE Arts Center, and A Pale Horse… at Ontological-Hysteric Theater. Outside of ETG, she has performed at the Public Theater, Snapple Theater Center, and most recently played Abigail Williams in The Crucible at Gallery Players, and Antigone in Anouilh’s Antigone at Brecht Forum. LindsayAnnMack.com.
Chase Voorhees (Videographer, Sound Designer, Creative Consultant) is a Brooklyn based artist. He gets paid to be an online editor at DuArt in Manhattan. He is also a founding member of ETG, having worked on all previous productions, with titles varying from co-director to videographer to sound op, and so on. Beyond the skills listed here, he is adept at taking photographs, and teaching himself instruments. The cello is next. ChaseVoorhees.com.
Leah Winkler ( writer, text director and stage co-director) is a writer/director from Kamakura, Japan and Lexington, Kentucky and a founding member of ETG. She has directed her plays at OHT, Brick Theater, HERE Arts Center, Indianapolis New Art Theatre and her short plays have been seen at the Cultural Development Corporation’s Source Festival, Workingman’s Clothes Productions’ Binge Fest and Butler University. Leah has worked with A4, Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company and writes essays for Discover Nikkei. She is also a 2010 member of Terra Nova Theater Collective’s Groundbreakers Playwright’s Group for her play, Death for Sydney Black. Love and thanks to everyone!!!! www.leahwinkler.org
Teddy Nicholas ( lighting designer, song writer for “song”) is a designer, playwright and director from in Queens, NY. He was a Dixon Place HOT! Festival Artist from ‘07-‘08 where he wrote and performed a solo piece, STDs – Socially Transmitted Dissociation, and wrote and directed UNTITLED. He performed in 365 Days/365 Plays at HERE Arts Center and The Public Theater under the direction of Lenora Champagne. He directed the Wadsworth award-winning production of Christopher Shinn’s Four at Purchase College, where he earned a B.A. Drama Studies. He directed Big Girls Club (Workingman’s Clothes BINGE Festival at Wings Theater). Teddy co-wrote/directed with Leah Winkler A Pale Horse, Death & Hell Followed With (A Lifetime Original Series), a show developed from the Ontological-Hysteric Theater’s Incubator Short Form series. He recently directed Lonely Christopher’s Pages from a Course in General Linguistics (REPUBLIC Worldwide’s The Way of the Word. Teddy has stage managed and toured internationally with Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company with The Shipment (Brooklyn Arts Exchange, NY; Wexner Center for the Arts, OH; The Kitchen, NY; Kunstenfestival des Arts, BE) and assisted stage managed CHURCH (Under The Radar Festival 08 at The Public Theater). He also stage managed Thomas Bradshaw’s Southern Promises (PS122), Eliza Bent’s She of the Voice (Undergroundero Festival at PS122), Tommy Smith’s The Break-Up & Ken Urban’s The Happy Sad (The Flea Theater), Taylor Mac’s OKAY and Anne Washburn’s October/November (Ensemble Studio Theatre). He is a founding member of Everywhere Theatre Group.
Blair Hotchner (Stage Manager) received a BA in Dance and Psychology from Hofstra University (2010). She stage managed the Hofstra Masquerade’s production of Amused (Fall 2008). She had the honor of Stage Managing Hofstra Dance Department’s 25th anniversary Concert (Fall 2009). She was the assistant choreographer for Overground dance theater latest piece Urban Tao (2010). She loved the experience she has had working with ETG.
Allison M. Malinowski (Production Stage Manager) – Allison received her B.A. in Drama Studies from SUNY Purchase, and involved herself in over fifteen productions there as either production stage manager, light/sound technician, or actress. She was also chosen as the first Technical Directing intern for the Humanities Theatre. Allison has interned with the Walt Disney World® Resort on four occasions, and has worked with the The Jackson Repertory Theatre as a production stage manager. She has interned as a technician at Dixon Place, and is a part-time Technical Director for the Merce Cunningham Dance Studio.
Scenic Design: Robert Bursztyn ( bio coming soon)