Cast of Ribbon Creek Announced!

 

Congratulations to the cast of ‘Ribbon Creek’ by Ed Lopez, directed by Jake Turner; the second reading in our Terry Schreiber New Works Initiative.

Maxwell, Clement, Leake – Jonathan Dauermann

Mayo- Raheem Brock
McBride- Joel Austin
 
Lucas Jacob- Bob Rogerson
Captain Kane- Camille Mazurek
General Rudolph Hembrick- Bill Galarno
David Donahoe Headshot
Lt. General Lewis Chesty Puller- David Donahoe
Chauncy Givens- Damien Bosco
Maldonado- Enrique Sebastian Rivas
Bains- Jason Asher
Colangalo- Dana D’Ascoli
Major Macarelli- Hannah Rose Corwin
Major Kotey- Anna Holbrook
Colonel Bill Ryan- Don Carter
Stage Directions/ Producer- Melanie Glancy
Thank you to everyone who auditioned! Seats for this reading can be reserved by emailing info@tschreiber.org (specify name for reservation, # of seats and if you’d like to attend the 2p or 7p showing).

TSS Alums in The Voices Project directed by Peter Jensen

Peter Jensen, Artistic Director of T.Schreiber Studio is directing a stage reading of THE VOICES PROJECT: MENTAL HEALTH with LOTS of TSS alums for the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival !

Full cast :

May/Ana – Stephanie Seward
Maria/ Ruth – Kate Whitney  *

Tony – Daniel Popowich *
Lydia/Patient – Anna Holbrook  *
Christopher – Kip Cesa
Michael – Niles Gunning
Catherine/Gloria – Jill Bianchini *
Ashley – Kiyo Takami  *
Sierra – Codie Lanotte
Joel – Nnamudi Amobi  *
Alex/Son – Josh  Sienkiewicz
Oliver – Dan Sturges
Isaac – Gavin Stevens

Dates :

  • Tuesday, August 15 / 12:00 PM
  • Wednesday, August 16 / 12:00 PM

About the play :

To end the stigma and promote acceptance, individuals and family members share their honest experiences of living life with mental health conditions in this bold new work, the result of several years of research and interviews conducted by students and members of the Psychology Department at Pennsylvania-based Misericordia University.

THE VOICES PROJECT: MENTAL HEALTH is part of BBTF’s Plays with Purpose outreach program, which presents new theatrical works about important and controversial social issues.

Visit the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival page and scroll down for more info and free tickets.

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