Andrew Phillips (Playwright)- is an incarcerated writer currently residing within the walls of the Kentucky Department of Corrections. His short play BRICK BY BRICK won HONORABLE MENTION from the PEN INMATE WRITING AWARDS. His plays LOUISVILLE SKY and PROMISED LAND have received staged readings at ACTORS THEATER OF LOUISVILLE. Through his participation in the inmate writing/performance program VOICES INSIDE/OUT he has received staged readings of his work at the BARUCH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, SOHO PLAYHOUSE and THE COW THEATER. PROMISED LAND was performed by THE QUEENSLAND SHAKESPEARE ENSEMBLE touring prisons in Australia, as well as at T. Schreiber Theatre in Schreiber Shorts.
Charles Everett (Black)- started acting at age 9 and has been performing ever since. A versatile artist, Chares has worked professionally in theatre, film, television, commercials, and voiceovers. Film: Assata aka Joanne Chesimard, The Assassin, The Last international Playboy, Francis of Brooklyn; Television: Law & Order, 30 Rock, Rescue Me; Theatre: Next at HERE Arts Center, Raft Of The Meduse at Cherry Lane Theater, Security at Theatre for the New City, Here. This. Now. At Fringe NYC, Mourning Sun at West End theater; Training: Maggie Flanigan Studio. Most recently, Charles was a co-host of the daily one-hour show, “Off Par” on Back9Network. Charles is a proud ensemble member of Barefoot Theatre Company and New York madness, and could not be more thrilled to be working with the T Schreiber family. www.charleseverett.com
Hugues Faustin (Blue)- Born in Brussels Belgium to Haitian parents living in the United States Hugues Faustin was just two years old when he set his feet on American soil, and Being the oldest of three he’s always been known to put on a show. He first started as a dancer and a singer early at his local church and didn’t start acting until his sophomore year in high school. Since his first role as Tom Robinson in the play “To Kill A Mockingbird” he’s never stopped. From one show to the next he credits his upbringing with sisters and their constant portrayal of characters and jokes on each other for keeping him sharp and on his toes when taking on a new character. They’ve helped keep me on my pivot and open to a world of possibilities when I’m building someone to be or working on, he says. Catch him in the upcoming Netflix Marvel series “Luke Cage” this year as Dante.
Mariel Matero (Sandra)- is thrilled to be back on the Gloria Maddox stage. You may have seen her as Kay in T. Schreiber’s Balm in Gilead (NYIT award) or as a cigarette-smoking plant, yes, plant, in Nylon Fusion’s This Round’s on Us. She creates, writes and stars in the web series, Joanne & Beth. More info on her whereabouts at www.marielmatero.com. Thank you Ivette and cast and crew and YOU, our lovely audience.