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Christine Campbell has performed extensively in theaters throughout New York City. She is a long time member of the award-winning Off Broadway theater company, The Barrow Group, where she currently teaches. Earlier this year she played the lead role in Peter Lawton's short film, "The Return,” co-starred on The Blacklist, and plays the title role in Jessica Goldberg's ongoing web series, "Pushing Forti." She can also be seen in Marc Meyer's feature, "How He Fell in Love,” with Matt McGorry and Amy Hargreaves. She just wrapped “We Remember” a short directed by John Gallagher. She is happy to return to the NYC Fringe.
Dale Hensley has appeared on Broadway in La Cage aux Folles (2010 revival), The Drowsy Chaperone, La Cage (2005 revival), Sunset Blvd., Guys and Dolls, Cats, and Anything Goes. He has toured in La Cage, Drowsy Chaperone, The Full Monty, Big, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sugar Babies, and was in the Vegas company of Hairspray. He has sung with Patti LuPone at Carnegie Hall, with the NY Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall, on Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion at Town Hall, and has appeared in 10 City Center Encores. Dale was most recently in Clinton the musical off-Broadway. On TV, Dale has been on Law & Order: SVU, Guiding Light, and All My Children. Regional theatre favorites: North Carolina Theatre, Goodspeed, Connecticut Rep, Westport Playhouse, Papermill Playhouse, and Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Miah began studying acting with Brandy Hotchner at Arizona Actors Academy in 2012. He just finished up his first year at Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute. His professional credits include a variety of short films such as: Split; Mission Control; The Potts; and Striking Eyes. His stage time includes performances as Rex from Lunch Time; Aldo from Italian American Reconciliation; The Porno Zombies; Morris from The Dark at the Top of the Stairs and Irving Thalberg from I Remember It Well.
Justin is delighted to return to The Fringe. His last appearance at The Fringe was as the SWAT King in Young Zombies in Love in 2004. Most recently, Justin was seen Off-Broadway as Colonel Craford in Sayonara. Other OFF-BROADWAY: Channeling Kevin Spacey; Honor Bound; Monster. OTHER NEW YORK CREDITS: Orphan Train (directed by Patricia Birch); Hamlet (Claudius); Henry VI, pt 3 (Warwick); The Cherry Orchard (Lopakhin); Richard Foreman’s Georges Bataille’s Bathrobe (U.S. Premiere); The Moose That Roared (Theodore Roosevelt); King Lear (Cornwall); As You Like It (Dukes Frederick & Senior). REGIONAL: Actors Theatre of Louisville: A Christmas Story (The Old Man); PICT: Macbeth (Banquo), Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Roulston), The Crucifer of Blood (Dr. Watson); Gulfshore Playhouse: Unnecessary Farce (Todd); Mill Mountain Theatre: Great Expectations (Joe). WRITING & COMPOSING: Teen Party Massacre! and Snatchers! (both with John D. Ivy). Col. Holcomb holds a B.F.A. in musical theatre from the University of Oklahoma, is a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, Actors’ Equity, and SAG-AFTRA. www.justinrgholcomb.com
Ryan Nicolls is thrilled to be a part of the company! Off-Broadway: The Tempest (Classic Stage Co.) Film: Seven Lovers; Talking to God; Sleepwalkers. Proud member of AEA. Training: Columbia University (MFA 2014). Thank you to Val & Josh at Vamnation Entertainment. Endless love to Laurie (my heart) and my wonderful family: Sharon, John, Skip, Mike, Holly and Nancy.
National Tours – War Horse (Lincoln Center/National Theater). Off Broadway: The Acting Company. Regional: Weston Playhouse, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Mettawee River. TV: Law and Order, commercials, voiceovers. Artistic Director of Homunculus Mask Theater. Please consider supporting the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research: www.michaeljfox.org
In 2014, Megan Russell moved to New York from Orlando, FL to study at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Making her NYC theatrical debut, Megan maintains her career as a SAG actress with TV and Film credits including Showtime's The Affair, NBC's Mysteries of Laura, En Passant Production's Finding London, Pegasus Production's Sweet Nothing, Disney Channel Italia's Game On! and Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers. She is very honored to be performing at the NYC Fringe Festival.
Jennifer Laine Williams is a native Oklahoman turned city girl, based in NYC. Off-Broadway: Whose Family Values!, Clurman Theatre; 7th Monarch (u/s), Acorn Theatre. Other NYC Theatre: Psychomachia; Humans Anonymous with The Bridge Theatre Company, NYC; The New York Fringe Festival, The Ice Factory Festival, HERE Arts Center and many more. Regional: Veronica Meadows, Trinity Repertory Company; Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, Kennedy Theater at Duke Energy Center; 3 summers with the Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble; Big Love, The Changeling and Mad Forest; Film/Television: Distant Vision (workshop), written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola; Nurse Jackie; As The World Turns; The Widowers; Remedy; The Downwinders; In That Moment; Catalina Trust. Jennifer has a B.S. in International Politics from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.
Anthony Wills, Jr has worked in every aspect of theater from directing, writing and producing to performing and designing. Recent performance credits include Rob in Kid Witness starring Susan Sarandon, Richard in Casanova Was a Woman, and a guest appearance on Alpha House. Theatrical credits include work with Milwaukee Rep, Steppenwolf, Utah Shakes, Peccadillo and many others. As a performance artists he’s worked with such greats as William Pope L., Holly Hughes and Barbara T. Smith. He’s presented performance pieces at The New Museum, the Fridge, D.C, Spare Room, 25CPW, Art in Odd Spaces, Performa and many others. He is the Host of Artistic Pride Production’s cabaret series which is currently performing a Tom Waits show, Mule Variations.
Reginald L. Wilson, MFA, is a proud member of Actors Equity Association. He received his MFA in Theatre, from The University of Florida and his undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University (FAMU) in Theatre Performance. He arrived in NYC in January of 2011 to intern with Woodie King Jr., and The New Federal Theatre. His stage credits in NYC include, Layon Gray’s Black Angels Over Tuskegee, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Twisted, Blues For Mister Charlie, Haiti's Children of God, The Whistle In Mississippi, and The Meeting. He was awarded an AUDELCO Award for Best Lead Actor in 2012 for his portrayal of Levee in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. He has made numerous appearances on television including five episodes of Celebrity Crime Files, and two episodes of My Dirty Little Secret. When not performing Reggie also serves as an Equity stage manager. His credits include the award-winning Sweet Charity, directed by Julio Matos, Buried Child, directed by Khalil Kain, and the staged reading of Love in Afghanistan, written by Stephen Randolph Wright and directed by Kamilah Forbes. He also revised the syllabus for Acting IV (The Business of Acting), for City College of New York, where he taught for five semesters.
MEET OUR CREW
ASHLIE ATKINSON is an award-winning actor, director, playwright, and three-time NY Fringe participant. A graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse, she won a Theatre World Award for originating the role of Helen in Neil LaBute's FAT PIG. Other NY theatre roles include Midge in Second Stage's BUTCHER OF BARABOO and Phoebe in Sam Mendes's year-long, world-spanning Bridge Project production of AS YOU LIKE IT. Ashlie has over 50 television and film credits, including Wolf of Wall Street, Louie, Rescue Me, Eat Pray Love, 30 Rock, Bored to Death, Blue Bloods, Boardwalk Empire, Inside Man, High Maintenance, Compliance, and the upcoming Spielberg film Bridge of Spies. NY directing credits include DEN OF THIEVES (Stella Adler) and HUNT FOR TREASURE (Bridge Theater Co.). Ashlie, with co-writer Lesley Dancer, is a two-time winner of the Murphy Playwriting Award with their original plays "Wives of the Circle Five" and "Life During Wartime". She is also an announcer and retired skater for Gotham Girls Roller Derby.
Molly is a theatre artist based in Brooklyn, and the Stage Manager for Stockholm Savings. Directing credits include: The Moon Play (Exquisite Corpse Company), Inn At Lake Devine (Tongue In Cheek Theater), The Sandman's Coming (Going to Tahiti Productions), Daughters of Lot (Brain Melt Consortium), Chimera (Stein, Holum Productions), and Sex In Mommyville. Her design work has been seen at premieres in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and various theaters in the Northeast.
Lanie Zipoy (Publicist) is a public relations consultant and producer for the arts. She has worked on over 200 shows, including many FringeNYC award winners–Montserrat Mendez’s Thoroughly Stupid Things, Barry Smith’s Jesus in Montana, Mac Rogers’ Viral, and Monica Byrne’s What Every Girl Should Know. She is proud to work on Stockholm Savings. Lanie is a Time Warner Fellow of the 2012-2014 Lab at Women's Project Theater, NYC.
Having been a performer in the arts for many years herself, Colleen translated her knowledge of the stage to the other side of the casting table when she first joined Carol Hanzel Casting. In addition to casting with Carol, she has also worked independently as Piquette Casting for the feature film, The Pill, short film Rockaway Moon (in production) as well as cast for up and coming theater companies including Anais Nin Goes to Hell for MTWorks and To Barcelona! for Ignited States Production Company.
Colleen is the Director of Casting for Cirque-tacular, one of the country's leading circus entertainment companies. She also works as a New York Casting Partner for Cirque du Soleil having helped them find some of the city's best physical actors for their current arena and touring shows. Colleen is a member of CSA.
Miriam Nilofa Crowe designs regularly for Grammy-winner Rosanne Cash (The River and the Thread), Ko-Ryo Dance Theater, Lila Downs, and Strindberg Rep. Recent projects include Medea (Bryan Davidson Blue), SeagullMachine and home/sick (The Assembly), The Ragged Claws (Cherry Lane), Honky (Urban Stages), The Penalty (Apothetae), What It Means to Disappear Here (Ugly Rhino), Gorilla (SATC), RescYou (Eckert+Sorenson-Jolink), Project RUIN (Carlye Eckert and Lucie Baker), Bridesburg (Miscreant Theater), Symphony for the Dance Floor (Daniel Bernard Roumain), Life after Dark (Dana Leong), Beowulf (Lincoln Center Festival), and The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow (Yale Rep). She is a founding member of Wingspace Theatrical Design. www.wingspace.com/miriam
John & Jen (Theatre Row), Soulographie (La MaMa), In the Summer Pavilion (59e59), Two Intimate (Abingdon Theater), The Golden Year (WorkShop Theater), Hard Times (The Cell), Paradox of the Urban Cliché (Wild Project), Trouble (NYMF), Crazy, Just Like Me (NYMF), Clown Play (Fringe), Parade (Gallery Players), A Man of No Importance (Gallery Players). BA: Carnegie Mellon. www.julianevans.info
Michael DeMeo is the artistic director of Polemic Theatre Co. and the producer of Stockholm Savings. For the past 13 years, Michael has developed award-winning visitor experiences around the world for cultural institutions and the world's leading corporations, including LEGO, Alicia Key’s Keep a Child Alive Charity, Unilever, NASCAR, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library, the Newseum, Lenox Hill Hospital, Standard & Poor’s, Partnership for a Drug-Free America, and Princeton University.