When the world outside is crumbling, where will your mind send you? Into a dream? A nightmare? Into the arms of a stranger?
Suzanne Bailie is many things but lately she has found it terribly challenging to keep her mind focused for more than two or three minutes. Remarkably similar to the attention span of the frolicking squirrels in her backyard. Suzanne’s time is now used to think of areas of her home she should clean but doesn’t. She excels at looking for recipes that are egg-free, dairy-free, gluten-free and actually may taste good. (But does she ever make the recipes?) Using YouTube videos, she is relearning how to dance the Salsa with her husband. Unfortunately, she has become accustomed to losing when playing Gin-Rummy and uses it as an excuse to sip cheap tequila and pout.
Christopher Kidder-Mostrom (he/him) is thrilled to be working on an As If Theatre production again, this time as a director. A recent transplant to Seattle, has directed over 50 productions over the last 25 years in Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and at Clark University (MA). Christopher primarily works as a director, playwright, and literary translator of dramatic works from 19th century Spain. Chris has a BA in Theatre Arts from Morningside College and an MFA in Playwriting from the University of New Orleans. Chris is a proud member of the Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD), the Dramatists Guild of America, and the American Literary Translators Association. He’d like to thank As If Theatre for this bright spot amongst the dark, and the actors and playwrights that made this art possible.
Jack is grateful to be working with As If Theater Company for the second time. The first in The Cake as Tim (opening in October!!). This is his 15th year in the Pacific Northwest and he is happy to call it home. Jack wishes everyone To stay super safe and healthy, and he would like to thank Amy, Cindy and Molly for this wonderful opportunity.
Cecelia Frye – performed with local companies Wooden O/Seattle Shakespeare Company, Seattle Public Theatre, UMO Ensemble and most recently with VelMar Projects. She was a founding member of Ardeo Theatre Project, former artistic director of Ear to the Ground, and is part of Foster and Frye, theatrical clown duo. She studied in NY with veteran actor Ted Forlow (of The Actor’s Studio) and at Freehold. She holds a certificate from Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre.
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