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is a proud alumnus of the National Players, Tour 65 (Macbeth, Comedy of Errors,
D.C. acting credits include the world premiere of David Ives’ Metromaniacs
with the Shakespeare Theatre Company, understudying at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre (Othello
) and Studio Theatre (The Walworth Farce
), as well as productions with Faction of Fools, Flying V Theatre, Discovery Theatre, Lean & Hungry Theater (Company Member), and Brave Spirits Theatre (Artistic Associate). Danny received a BA in Drama from the University of Virginia.
is a DC area actor and musician. Area credits include appearances with Scena Theatre, Field Trip Theatre, Adventure Theatre MTC, Imagination Stage, Lean & Hungry Theater, and NextStop Theatre. He can also be found playing bluegrass music with Two Ton Twig. He earned a Post-Grad Diploma in Theatre & Performance from Trinity College Dublin and a BA from James Madison University.
is delighted to be making their LiveArtDC debut! Their favorite past experiences include Crave
with Avalanche Theatre Company, Play Cupid
with New Game Theatre (Capital Fringe Festival), Bug
with Dominion Stage, and Nine
through Theatre Lab. Bucketloads of love to Meem, Chris, Jon Jon, and Kara!
is a native of the D.M.V. and is a graduate of Washington, D.C.’s acclaimed Studio Theatre. Some of Jonathan’s theatrical and film collaborations include working with area museums such as Smithsonian’s American Indian Museum, The Smithsonian Discovery Theater’s, DC’s Capital Fringe Festival’s, the NetFlix Series, and The Discovery Channel.
Jonathan appreciates being a part of the LiveArtDC’s ruckus frat party interpretation of Shakespearean comedy Loves LaBeers Lost
. Best wishes to the entire cast, crew and supporters. “All the world’s a stage”, let’s have fun on this grand adventure!!!
is delighted to make her LiveArtDC debut as the Princess of France! She has performed with Boston Theater Co., Naked Theater Co., Shakespeare Now!, Underground Railway Theater, and the O’Neill Theater Center. She is the Literary Director of Theatre Prometheus. #teamfrance
has been seen on DC area stages over the last nine years with WSC Avant Bard, Pinky Swear Productions (company member), Forum Theatre, Keegan Theatre, Maryland Shakespeare Festival, Tenth Muse, Theatre Prometheus, Wandering Souls, at Capital Fringe (with various companies), and now with LiveArtDC. Melissa holds a BA in Drama from Catholic University and sends love to Jill.
Amber A. Gibson
is pleased to make her LiveArtDC debut.
Regional credits: Flying V Theatre—Valkyrie at the Roller Disco,
NextStop Theatre—Snow White
, Chesapeake Shakespeare—All’s Well That Ends Well
, NuSass Theatre—No Exit
, A Bright Room Called Day,
Brave Spirits Theatre—A Midsummer Night’s Dream
, Two Noble Kinsmen.
Upcoming: Brother Mario
—Flying V Theatre February 25-March 13th 2017
is excited to sink her teeth into Shakespeare with such a talented group of artists. She was most recently seen as Millie in Static
at the Source Festival. As a company member of Flying V, Megan has performed as Ensemble/ Puppeteer in Flying V Fights: Heroes and Monsters
: Opal/ Puppeteer in the Pirate Laureate and the King of the Sea
and as Opal/ Aurora in the Pirate Laureate of Port Town
. As a Rorschach Theatre Company member, she has performed as Only in Glassheart
, Juliet in Living Dead in Denmark
, Lucille in The Gallerist
, and ensemble in Skin of Our Teeth
. Other roles include Naomi in A Cre@tion Story for Naomi
and When the Stars Go Out
with Bright Alchemy Theatre, Emily in The Resurrectionist King
with Active Cultures, and Feste in Twelfth Night
with Wandering Souls. So much love to her real life romantic lead, Lee Liebeskind.
is a DC-based actor, director, writer, and teaching artist. She is an ensemble member with We Happy Few Productions where she adapted and directed Chalk
last Summer and acted in The Winter’s Tale
. She also is a conspirator at dog & pony dc, where she has worked on Beertown
, and FROM: A You-Us History Project
. Kerry works as a teaching artist at Arena Stage and has received her MFA in Theatre Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Matthew Taylor Strote
is an actor, teaching artist and dramaturg from the Washington DC area. Some of his favorite projects and collaborations have been with: Signature Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, Source Festival, Pointless Theatre, Live Action Theatre, Faction of Fools, and Imagination Stage. He holds a B.A. in Theatre, as well as a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Niusha Nawab –
Buy me a drink and I’ll tell you about that cool show I did in high school.
is ecstatic to be back at DC Reynolds and with LiveArtDC after directing Capital Fringe’s 2014 Best Drama Award Winner and sold out hit R+J: Star Cross’d Deathmatch
. Sara is a founding member of Grain of Sand Theatre. She directed the company’s hit holiday show, You Can’t Get a Decent Margarita at the North Pole
, 2016 Fringe show The Greatest Science Fiction Show (no one’s ever seen)
and appeared in Hamlet: Reframed
(Gertrude), Raising Cane
(Queen), and Tell-Tale
is a professional Actor based in Washington DC. For the past 18 years he has performed internationally, regionally, on tour and here in the nation’s capital. When not onstage Nick can be found narrating books for the Library of Congress; Voicing a whole range of cowboys, superheroes, pirates, Lovers & monsters at Graphic Audio; and teaching Acting at Mcdaniel College.
wrote and starred in LiveArtDC’s first play I <3 Hummels
which opened to stellar reviews in the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival and performed in Las Vegas for the MI Hummel Convention. Heather produced bar hits R+J: Star-Cross’d Death Match, Drunkle Vanya,
and The Merry Death of Robin Hood
with LiveArtDC and looks forward to producing many more drunken theater classics in the future. Heather is also a local costume designer and has designed for the Source Festival, Signature Theatre, Pinky Swear Productions, Brave Spirits Theatre and Federal Theatre Project. Heather would like to thank the LiveArtDC Family and her own family (Jon and Dennis) for their support.
is excited to be a part of this fun and crazy production – her first with LiveArtDC! Sarah has stage managed for various DC area theatre companies including Taffety Punk, WSC – Avant Bard, No Rules Theatre Company, Molotov Theatre Group, Pinky Swear Productions, and Lean & Hungry Theater.
“Broadside ye, Lad!” was a battle cry from Goodman Rustic’s lips before the ever sly Mr. Riot, esq. stabbed him in the left bicep with a protruding quill dipped in the blood of a maidenly bullstang.
Wounds heal; brotherly bonds do not. A musical marriage was cast in penny bronze that day and A RUSTIC RIOT spread its pteranodon wings to fly on the updrafts of glory over the heads of rival armies on a noble mission to sate the toddler whinings of your hungry ears. Their songs bear witness to: Lovelorn robots, nocturnal barnyard emissions, the unbearable whiteness of Georgetown, the last breed of rye whiskey worth a damn, and the Perils of leaving the enchanted state of West Virginia.