Noah: Apocalypse

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It’s been a year since the bomb, and Noah and her ragtag group of misfits have managed to survive– barely. But when a stranger breaches the safety of their bunker, survival might be insufficient.

The fate of the post-world is in your hands. So grab your go-bag and head to the bunker– it’s going to be a Dark and Stormy night.

DC Reynolds

Performed at the amazingly awesome DC Reynolds Bar in Petworth, DC!

How to get there:
3628 Georgia Ave. NW, Washington, District of Columbia



August 30th – September 18th 2017

Monday, Thursdays and Saturdays starting at 9pm

PWYC Preview – Wednesday, August 30th
Tickets available at the door only!calendar


THIS SHOW IS 21 and UP ONLY, sorry kiddos! All single tickets to performances are $20.00 in advance or at the door

*no handicap access, so sorry for inconvenience!


CLARE SHAFFER (Director) is a DC-based director who works across genres and specializes in new play/musical development. She is the Associate Producer and Casting Director for Pallas Theatre Collective, and has had the pleasure of working with companies including Olney Theatre Center, Theater J, Mosaic Theatre Company, and Monumental Theatre Company. Upcoming Projects include BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY with Red Branch Theatre Company (Sept. 22 – Oct. 15) and ASSASSINS with Pallas Theatre Collective (Oct. 5-15).  

AMANDA QUAIN (Writer) is a writer and actor in Washington, D.C. who spends most of her time adapting other people’s stories for her own purposes. Previous writing credits include HAMLET IS DEAD TO ME (She Wolf Theater Company), TWO ZOMBIES WALK INTO A BAR (Nu Drafts), KATIE LEDECKY: AQUATIC SPY (LiveArt in a Day), and WHAT FOOLS (Cornell University.) As an actor, she was last seen as Mercutio/Nurse in Romeo and Juliet (AnyStage Theatre). Endless gratitude to an amazing cast/crew, and mad props to Dustin and OMP.

Raven spent years listening to people telling her she was crazy and paranoid for taking precautions against the upcoming apocalypse. Now that it’s here, she’ll do anything to keep her family safe. Doesn’t like having her authority questioned.

RAVEN WILKES (Noah) is thrilled to be working with LIVEARTDC! When she is not saving the world as Noah, she is an active teacher and company member with Educational Theatre Company Shakespeare in Schools and at The Discovery Theatre with the Smithsonian. She is also on her way to become a member of Synetic Theatre Company. Prior to her move to DC in November, Raven performed in three different national tours with Hampstead Stage Company, National Theatre for Children, and Virginia Repertory Theatre. She is excited to make DC her new home and thankful for the many opportunities and friendships she has formed in the DC theatre community, including this amazing cast and crew!

LizziNoah’s wife, a doctor. The Eliza to Noah’s Alexander, Dalia is a more logical thinker than the often hot-headed Noah, with a soft spot for the wounded.

LIZZIE ALBERT (Dalia)  is pleased to be making her LiveArtDC debut. Local credits include Absolutely! {Perhaps} at Constellation Theater Company, Collected Stories at Peter’s Alley Theater, and H5x7 and Never Never with Barabbas Theatre. She is an Associate Artistic Director and Resident Actor at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, where her credits include Richard III, Anne of the Thousand Days, Uncle Vanya, and The Importance of Being Earnest, as well as directing The Tempest. Lizzi holds a BFA from NYU Tisch/Stella Adler. 


Dalia’s little sister. A hardcore gamer who learned survival skills so she could do what her D&D characters could do. Headstrong and determined to prove that even in Capital Wasteland, being the youngest doesn’t make her the weakest.

NERISSA HART (Sarah) is an actor, director, and writer based in the DC/Metro region. Nerissa graduated from George Mason University’s School of Theatre with a BFA in Performance and Directing. Performance credits include A Dream Within A Dream: Madness as The Madman, Through the 4th Wall; Merry Wives of Windsor as Dr. Caius and Bardolph, Shakespeare Opera Theatre; Riot as Nicole: The Protestor, The Highwood Theatre; Midsummer on a Playground as Hermia, Snug, and Fairy, Pocket Change Theatre Company. Directing and writing credits include Versus (Webseries Pilot, Winner of 4 international video awards including Official Honoree in the 2015 Webby Awards) Creator and Writer; Aiòn (Video Game), Co-Writer, Wyvern Interactive, LLC; The Merchant, Assistant Director/Dramaturg (Dir. Ed Gero), The Mason Players; The Lost, Playwright, The Mason Players (Ten Minute Play Festival); Almost Maine, Director, The Mason Players.  

ChristianNoah’s right hand man. Not afraid of getting his hands dirty for the cause, no matter what that may entail.  Young, scrappy, hungry, and eager to please Noah.

CHRISTIAN M.A. CAMPBELL (Lee)  is a D.C. based actor and native, and is excited to have the opportunity to work with LiveArt again on this immensely collaborative production. Christian has worked with multiple D.C. theater groups including Washington Rogues, Frozen Penguin Productions, Pinky Swear, and Discovery Theater and is excited for the chance to again create with the talented artist base that the D.C. Theater community has to offer. He hopes your ready to enjoy yourself because the apocalypse is unapologetically exciting!

ShaqShem is the muscle of the Ark. Doesn’t talk much. Got more up close with the apocalypse than most people and suffers mentally as a result. Whatever lurks in his past, it isn’t pretty.

SHAQUILLE STEWART (Shem) is ecstatic to make his LiveArtDC debut with Noah:Apocalypse. Previous credits include: A Midsummer’s Night Dream at the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory(Bottom), A Bright New Boise at Silver Spring Stage(Leroy), and Voices at the Mead Theatre Lab(Ida, Phil). It’s truly an honor to work with such a talented and dedicated cast and creative team. All my love and good vibes to family and friends both new and old for their unending support throughout the production.

DanielOllie can be described as a musical Eeyore. Recently injured and unable to assist the party, his new apocalyptic mission is to make records of every song he deems worthy of memory. Alternates between childish hope and cutting sarcasm.

DANIEL WESTBROOK (Ollie) is ecstatic to be making his first appearance with LiveArtDC as the musical Eeyore, Ollie. In his free time, Dan enjoys karaoke, sampling restaurant guacamoles, and finally getting around to watching decade old TV series on Netflix. Previous credits include Red Queen Understudy in Wonderland: Alice’s Rock and Roll Adventure (Imagination Stage), Supernumerary with the Washington National Opera, and Kanati in Unto These Hills (Cherokee Historical Association). He hopes you enjoy the music, and the show! 

JasmineJay is a stranger. Vacillates between charmingly dangerous and dangerously charming, she promises that there will be safety if the residents of the Ark just follow her out of town. The first to doubt Noah’s authority in a very long time.

JASMINE JONES (Jay) Jasmine could not have dreamed up a more exciting, fun, challenging show to be a part of! Noah:
Apocalypse has helped her grow and stretch as an actor more than she ever expected, even since the audition process began. She is so grateful for all of the “first’s” she’s had in this show, and for all of the truly incredible minds that helped it come to fruition. She thanks Amanda, Clare, and Heather for their brilliance, and for giving her this one-of- a-kind opportunity, her stellar cast
for their endless creativity and talent, and her family for being there for every show. Other theatres/theatre companies she has performed with over the past few years include Nu Sass Productions (DC), ASGT (Annapolis), LTA (Alexandria), TAP (Arlington), and RCP (Reston).