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Susan BlommaertSusan Blommaert (Nanny) Most recently: The Metal Children (Vineyard Theatre), The Year of Magical Thinking (Weston Playhouse).Broadway: Grease (Brooks Atkinson). Off-Broadway: Measure For Pleasure, Fucking A (The Public Theater); Mary Rose, Phaedra, and Christina Alberta’s Father (Vineyard Theatre); Reckless (Circle Rep); Blue Window, The Gilded Cage (The Production Co.); Last Summer at Bluefish Cove (Actors Playhouse); and Troilus and Cressida (Ubu Rep). Regional: Arena Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, NJ Shakespeare Festival, New York Stage & Film, Studio Arena, Williamstown, Yale Rep. TV: The Big C, Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Flight of the Conchords, The Sopranos, Law & Order(s), The X-Files, ER. Film: Doubt, Happy Tears, The Good Heart, Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, United 93, Kinsey, Personal Velocity, Guarding Tess, Pet Sematary, Edward Scissorhands.

Christopher  CoucillChristopher Coucill (Inventor) has appeared on Broadway in The Graduate, Annie Get Your Gun, and Kiss Me Kate, and off-Broadway in The Rothschilds, Portraits, Words Divine, and The Fantasticks, among others. He has worked at McCarter Theatre (Cymbeline), Arena Stage, Dallas Theater Center, The Huntington, Hartford Stage, and the Boston Shakespeare Company, among many others. Favorite roles: Lear and Quixote at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and Hamlet at Shakespeare & Company. His TV appearances include Margaret Mead: An Observer Observed, Law & Order, American Playhouse, Deadline, and One Life to Live. He can be seen this January in Body Awareness at Philadelphia’s Wilma Theatre.Chris lives in Princeton with his wife Liz Fillo, singer, songwriter, and cabaret partner.

Angel Desai (Pasiphae) Broadway: Company (2006). Off-Broadway: The Tempest, The Winter's Tale (CSC); Manic Flight Reaction, The Bubbly Black Girl... (Playwrights Horizons); The Architecture of Loss (NYTW); The Antigone Project, Gum (Women's Project); This End Up: A User's Manual for Lovers of Asians (Ma-Yi); Stop Kiss (u/s), Henry VIII (The Public/NYSF); and Angelique (MCC). Regional: McCarter, Cincinnati Playhouse, Yale Repertory, Long Wharf, Arena Stage, Playmakers Repertory, Cleveland Playhouse. TV: The Event (recurring), Washington Field, pilot for CBS, The Good Wife, Kings (recurring), The Eleventh Hour, Dollhouse (recurring), recurring on all three Law & Order's. Film: The Clique, The War Within, Heights, Black Knight, Robot Stories. MFA in Acting from NYU. 

Sean HaberleSean Haberle (Minos)
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(BAM, Ridge Theater); Jane Eyre, Hedda Gabler (Guthrie); Macbeth (Baltimore Center Stage); As You Like It (Long Wharf); Therese Raquin (CSC); Hamlet (TFNA); and many more. TV and film: Sex and the City, Law and Order (all), August Rush, The Surgeon, Jolly Friends Forever More. MFA from Yale.

 

 


Stephanie Roth HaberleStephanie Roth Haberle (Phaedra) Broadway: Artist Descending a Staircase (Drama Desk nom.), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (RSC), Brighton Beach Memoirs/Broadway Bound (u/s). Off-Broadway: Orange, Hat and Grace (Soho Rep); An Oresteia (CSC); Chair (TFANA); Cymbeline (NYSF); Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare’s Globe-London and Victory Theatre-TFANA); The Cherry Orchard (BAM, dir. Peter Brook); Uncommon Women and Others, Crumbs from the Table of Joy (2nd Stage); A Body of Water (Circle Rep). Regional:  alumna ART company; Hamlet (McCarter); Judgement Day, Rocket to the Moon (Bard); Macbeth (Hartford); Betrayal, Intermezzo (Yale); The Winter’s Tale, Twelfth Night (Cal Shakes). TV and Film: Crimes & Misdemeanors, Deconstructing Harry, Melinda & Melinda, Hollywood Ending, Philadelphia, The Cradle Will Rock, Songcatcher, Joshua, Deception, Flannel Pajamas, Fred, Law & Order, Homicide, NY Undercover. Juilliard grad.   

Julienne KimJulienne Hanzelka Kim (Aricia) Broadway: Metamorphoses, Golden Child. Off-Broadway: Yellow Face (Public Theater), The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow (Atlantic Theater), The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci (2nd Stage), Blood Orange (Cherry Lane Theatre, Blue Heron Arts Center), and The House of Bernarda Alba (NAATCO). Regional and Abroad: Language Rooms (Wilma Theater), Three Sisters (A.R.T., Edinburgh Int’l Festival), Yellow Face (Mark Taper Forum), Golden Child (Kennedy Center, A.C.T., Singapore Rep, Seattle Rep). TV and film: Law and Order: CI, Rescue Me, One Life to Live, Shadows and Lies, The Tested, Robot Stories, Split, and Life in Bed. MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Program. Member of the Workshop Company at The Actors Center. Unions: AEA, SAG, and AFTRA.

Mariann MayberryMariann Mayberry (Ariadne) last appeared at McCarter in Mary Zimmerman's The Odyssey. Broadway: August: Osage County, Metamorphoses, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Off-Broadway: Go Back to Where You Are (Playwrights Horizon), The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci (Second Stage), Diary of a Teenage Girl (New George's/Essentials). Regional: Alliance, ACT, Berkeley Rep, Chicago Shakespeare, Cincinnati, Goodman, Seattle Rep, Virginia Stage. TV:  Mercy, Law & Order, The Pennsylvania Miner’s Story, Dave Chappelle Show, Delocated. Film: War of the Worlds, Handsome Harry, The Company, Since You’ve Been Gone. Ms. Mayberry has been a Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble member since 1993 where she has appeared in over 25 productions including The Libertine, The Pain and the Itch, and Slavs!.

Julio MongeJulio Monge (Minotaur) Broadway: Twelfth Night (Lincoln Center,directed by Nicholas Hytner), Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Man of La Mancha, Paul Simon's The Capeman, Fosse, and Chronicle of a Death Foretold (directed by Graciela Daniele). New York: Anthony and Cleopatra (directed by and starring Vanessa Redgrave); Pericles (Public Theater); Henry VIII, Much Ado About Nothing, and Hamlet (Shakespeare in the Park/Public Theater). International tours: L’Oratorio D’Aurelia (created and directed by Victoria Thierree Chaplin). Regional: Long Wharf, Hartford Stage, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Trinity Rep, A.R.T., Spoleto Festival, and Minneapolis Children’s Theater. TV: Law and Order, 100 Center Street, and Mad About You. Julio is the artistic director and founder of Atypiko Inc. a production company based in Puerto Rico.

Randall NewsomeRandall Newsome (Theseus) McCarter: The Birthday Party. Broadway: Inherit the Wind, A Touch of the Poet. Off-Broadway: New York Theatre Workshop, Irish Repertory Theatre. Regional: Steppenwolf, The Goodman, City Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theatre. TV and film: I Love You Phillip Morris, Oliver Stone's W, Sangre de Mi Sangre (2007 Sundance Grand-Jury Prize Winner), Love Happens (Universal Pictures), Highlander II, Big Fat Liar, Benji: Off the Leash, Tremors, Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Royal Pains, Person of Interest, Law & Order, Guiding Light, Ed. Upcoming: Straw Dogs (Sony Pictures), Twylight Zones (Paramount).

Jake SilbermannJake Silbermann (Hippolytus) grew up in New York City and from an early age pursued theater both in school and with the renowned conservatories, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and Stella Adler. After graduating with a BFA from Syracuse University, Jake returned to New York where he began his career, first in television appearing in Guiding Light; Gossip Girl; As the World Turns, where he originated the controversial role of Noah Mayer; and in ABC's upcoming Georgetown. He is also the writer of the award-winning short film Stuffer (dir. Nathan Crooker) and is a founding member of The Camisade Theatre Company. Jake made his stage debut with The Shubert Organization and is proud to follow that with this production at McCarter Theatre.