From the Mixed-Up Files of
ELLEN LINDSAY (Zelda Fitzgerald)
NY Theatre: Catherine in Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer, Johanna in Sweeney Todd at The Gloria Maddox Theatre, Run Fast the Fire in the Midtown Int'l Theatre Festival and Young Jean Lee's production of Church at The Public Theatre. Regional Theatre: River City Repertory Theatre’s The Glass Menagerie as Laura opposite Tony award winner Donna McKechnie, A Little Night Music as Anne (RCRT), Annette in God Of Carnage (RCRT), and Bertha in Strindberg’s The Father with Laura Esterman. Other roles include Cinderella in Into the Woods, Eliza in My Fair Lady, Martha in The Secret Garden, and Ophelia in Hamlet. Recent film: Laura directed by Natalie Johnson and Jane: Chapter 27 directed by Claudia Wells.
KILTY REIDY (Robert Murray)
Kilty Reidy most recently finished a run of Mamma Mia! playing Harry Bright at the Westchester Broadway Theatre. Broadway: The Drowsy Chaperone and In My Life. Other credits: Billy Elliot (National Tour); Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Original Cast); The Last Ship at The Pioneer Theatre; The Producers at KC Starlight/Music Theatre of Wichita; A Christmas Story at Capital Repertory; Crazy For You at PaperMill/PBS; A Man of No Importance for B-Side Productions. TV/Film: The Blacklist, Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women. An alumnus of The Public Theater’s Shakespeare Lab. Proud Actor’s Equity Member. www.kiltyreidy.com
ADIAGHA FAIZAH (Auctioneer/Ada)
Adiagha Faizah is a Barrymore award winning actress, playwright and vocalist from Brooklyn, NY. Theatre Credits include: It Began Here (Athena), Little Rock: An American Play (Gloria Ray Karlmark/MinniJean/RosaParks), Little Shop of Horrors (Ronnette), Black Wall Street (Molly Boley), Radio Golf(Mame Wilks), The Exonerated (Georgia Hayes), Crowns (Velma), Broken Motherhood Museum (Laundry Room), Show Way (Ma/Toshi's Mom), Fannie Lou (Fannie Lou), A Time to Love (Tanya), and MAAFA (Ensemble). Formal training through The Negro Ensemble Company, The Barrow Group and Susan Batson Studio. She holds an M.S. in Developmental Psychology from Howard University, a B.S. in Psychology from Bennett College For Women and is the Visionary Founder/Host of The G.O.O.DLife, an online radio show and lifestyle brand on BlogTalkRadio.com. Adiagha's artistic goal is to empower, inspire and to create multi-platforms that will increase opportunities for women of color within the performance arts community.
CLEA RIVERA (Cynthia Murray)
Clea Rivera has performed extensively in regional theatre. Notable roles and productions include Conchita in Anna In The Tropics (Capital Rep); Title roles in Marisol and Romeo And Juliet (Denver Center Theatre); Celestina in Cloud Tectonics ( Merrimack Rep) and the Bride in Blood Wedding (Missouri Rep). NYC credits include the Women's Project world premiere of Maria Irene Fornes' The Summer In Gossensass; A Wrinkle In Time (Lincoln Center Institute); Eight seasons with the Mettawee River Theatre Company; Love Suicides At Amijima (La MaMa ETC), and The Fox (Gene Frankel Theatre), which she also co-produced with Jaded Eyes Arts Collective. She has written and performed in two solo shows, Food Of Life and No Vacancy, both of which premiered at La MaMa ETC.
The Workshop Theatre
312 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
July 17th 6:00 p.m.
July 20th 7:30 p.m.
July 22nd 5:30 p.m.
Come see the show!
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald
When the hidden papers of Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald are auctioned for the first time in history, the secrets of the most famous couple of the Jazz Age are revealed.
Part of The Midtown International Theatre Festival!
STEPHANIE CUNNINGHAM (Director)
Stephanie is a theatre director and educator living in Brooklyn. As an artist she works to promote contemporary professional theatre as a financially, socially and geographically accessible art form across the United States. As a director of theatre she focuses on new play development and particularly enjoys directing challenging texts with heightened or poetic language. Recent New York City credits include; Keep, Swashbuckling Sam, Salt (Wide Eyed Productions); Butcher (Stella Adler Studio); Die Kleinen (Mastodon Theater Company); First Love (RAL Productions). Recent U.S. credits: The Flick, Buyer and Cellar, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Mendocino Theater Company, CA); Trifles, The Changeling, Cancerland (Emerson College, MA); A Burial at Thebes, Trojan Women, Women Beware Women (Common Classics, MA). She holds an M.A. in Theatre Education from Emerson College and an M.F.A. in Directing from the New School for Drama, where she was named the Doug Hughes directing fellow. Currently, she is on the faculty at The New School University and is the proud Associate Artistic Director of Wide Eyed Productions in New York City. For upcoming season information, or just to say hello, you can find her at: www.stephanieccunningham.com
Matt has played keyboards and conducted for Wicked and Book of Mormon on Broadway, as well as their respective national tours. He is currently the Associate Conductor at Broadway's Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. Other recent Broadway shows include She Loves Me, Les Miserables, Gigi, Annie, and Leap of Faith. Off-Broadway: Heathers, Once Around The Sun. Regional: Elf (Papermill Playhouse), Nerds (Philadelphia Theatre Company), The Music Man (Two River Theater).
Matt Doebler (Music Director)
MICHAEL LOWNEY (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
Broadway: La Cage aux Folles (Jean-Michel u/s). National tour: La Cage (Jean-Michel). Regional: I am Harvey Milk/I Am Anne Hutchinson at the Strathmore Music Center; Les Misérables (Jean Prouvaire) at the MUNY; White Christmas (Mike) at PCLO. TV: “The Guiding Light.” Michael recently made his solo cabaret debut at 54 Below. University of Michigan Grad. Endless love to my family and Max!
@mlownz // michaellowney.com
Actors appear courtesy of Actors' Equity Association