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The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director
www.NewPhoenixTheatre-LA.com

 

 

Founded in 2007, The New Phoenix Theatre-LA offers chamber theatre staged readings of the great international classical theatre repertoire.  Past NPT staged readings have included:  Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, The Misanthrope, Tartuffe, Phaedre, The Cid, Twelfth Night, Medea, Ghosts, The Guardsman, Present Laughter, The Lion in Winter, Lettice & Lovage and The Little Foxes.  For more information on The New Phoenix Theatre, please visit, www.newphoenixtheatre-la.com

2015 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

www.NewPhoenixTheatre-LA.com
Presents a Staged Reading of Lillian Hellman's
The Little Foxes
Sunday, August 30, 2015 – 6:00 PM – The McCadden Theatre
Cast (in order of appearance)

Addie…………….............................................................................Wanda-Lee Evans
Birdie Hubbard .…………………………………………………..Amy Wieczorek
Oscar Hubbard….. …….……………………………....................James Siering
Leo Hubbard…..…………………………………………………..Sean O’Neill
Regina Giddens……………………………………………………Peggy Goss
William Marshall……………………………………………….....William Bremer
Benjamin Hubbard.……………………………………………….Brendan Ford
Alexandra Giddens………………………………………………...Stacie Rippy
Horace Giddens………………………………………………….....Ian Buchanan

Cast (in alphabetical order)


William Bremer (William Marshall) For NPT:  Hugo Lypiatt in Present Laughter; Mr. Spengler in The Guardsman; Don Arias in The Cid; Loyal in Tartuffe; The Tutor in Medea, The Second Gravedigger and Osrick in Hamlet. Now primarily a writer, he is grateful for the opportunity to dust off his acting chops for the classics.  He made his Broadway debut in Bubbling Brown Sugar. He also toured the country with that show's First National Touring Company. His film credits include "The Census Taker," starring Garrett Morris and Timothy Bottoms. As a writer, he collaborated with Rory Flynn on her recently published book, The Baron of Mulholland: Errol Flynn's Daughter Remembers, and is the lyricist/composer of Senior Prom, a rock 'n' roll musical set in a high school senior prom directed by Tony Award-winning director Jack Hofsiss.


Ian Buchanan (Horace Giddens) For NPT: Henry II in The Lion in Winter; Garry Essendine in Present Laughter; The Actor in The Guardsman; Jason in Medea; Pastor Manders in Ghosts; Theseus in Phaedre; Malvolio in Twelfth Night; Claudius in Hamlet; Father in Life with Father.  Other stage appearances include starring roles in The Actors Company's critically-acclaimed Entertaining Mr. Sloane and West Coast Ensemble's Equus, The Maids at the Actor's Playhouse/Studio and The Heiress at the Chichester Festival in England.  Currently, Buchanan is a member of The Ensemble of The Citizen's Band, an avant-garde cabaret collective of international performance artists, reminiscent of the Weimar Era, whose acclaimed theatrical presentations deal with current and controversial political, religious and social themes. TV guest-starring roles include "Nip/Tuck," "Alias," "Hope and Faith," "Charmed," Yes, Dear," "On The Air," "Quantum Leap," "It's The Gary Shandling Show" and "Twin Peaks," among many other television series.  He is familiar to audiences worldwide for his starring roles on "General Hospital," "Days of Our Lives," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "All My Children" and "Port Charles."  Films include "Mate," "Panic Room," "Lying in Wait," "Double Exposure," "The Cool Surface" and "The Seventh Sign."


Wanda-Lee Evans (Addie) Wanda-Lee Evans is making her NPT debut with The Little Foxes. Other representative Los Angeles theatre credits include: The Woman Who Forgot Her Sweater (A.S.K. / Ford Theatre; Dreams Die Hard (The Met); Available Light (Barnsdall Gallery Theatre); Ladies (NCJW/Westwood Playhouse); Homeless: A Street Opera (Theatre/Theatre); Pursuit of Happiness (Celebration Theatre); and the LACLO production of Pal Joey with Lena Horne. She understudied Eartha Kitt in the Broadway tour of Timbuktu!  Film appearances include: “Bless The Child;” “City of Angels;” “Brother;” “Music From Around The Room;” “Trigger Effect;” “Up Close and Personal;” “The Right To Remain Silent;” “The Net;” and “White Man’s Burden” among many others.  Television appearances include: “My Own Worst Enemy;” “The Shield;” “Threat Matrix;” “The Division;” “Will & Grace;” “The Practice;” “The Others;” and “ER” among many other series.  She is currently executive director of Eartha Kitt’s Kittsville Youth Foundation and an associate professor at East Los Angeles City College. 

Brendan Ford (Ben Hubbard) For NPT: King Phillip in The Lion in Winter Los Angeles theater credits include Victor Fleming in Moonlight and Magnolias, at The Colon.y Theatre (originating at the Laguna Playhouse and at the La Mirada Center for the Performing Arts).  At Laguna Playhouse, he also played Declan in Many Happy Returns and Frank in Red Herring.  He played Dominic in Amy’s View and Howie in Rabbit Hole, at North Coast Rep., Harper in One Slight Hitch at the Falcon Theater, Jamie in Long Day’s Journey at The Lyceum, Jack in Ernest in Love at the Fremont Theater, Arthur in Camelot at Fullerton CLO, The Captain in Anything Goes for Reprise!, Neville Craven in Secret Garden at South Bay CLO, Vincent Van Gogh in the world premiere of Break of Day at the Lillian Theatre, Torvald in A Doll’s House at L.A. Rep., Marco in the world premiere of Florinda at the Freud Playhouse, and at LATC, he played Laertes, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in the 6 actor Hamlet and Leslie in The Hostage.  Brendan grew up in New York City, where, among other roles, he played Laertes in Hamlet and Hastings in She Stoops to Conquer for the National Shakespeare Co., Claudio in Measure for Measure at Westbeth Theater Center, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at Columbia Shakespeare Festival and Valere in Tartuffe at Westside Rep. Films include: “Clear and Present Danger,” “The Net,” “George of the Jungle” and “If These Walls Could Talk.”  He has had recurring roles on the television series “Big Love” and “Weeds”.  Other TV credits include “Hawaii Five-O,” “Castle,” “Mr. Sunshine” and “CSI Miami.”

Peggy Goss
(Regina Giddens) For NPT: Lettice Douffet in Lettuce & Lovage; Queen Eleanor of Acquitaine in The Lion in Winter; Liz Essendine in Present Laughter; The Actress in The Guardsman;  title roles in Phaedre and Medea; Mrs. Alving in Ghosts. Peggy recently co-starred in the Colony Theatre's production of "Blame It On Beckett." She received an Ovation Award nomination for "Best Featured Actress" as Susan in the west coast premiere of Chris Thorpe's Safety. Other LA stage roles include: Jean in Emma's Child (Odyssey Theater); The Wife in Love in the DMZ (Actor's Workout Studio); Kitty in Last Summer at Bluefish Cove (Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Producers, 2005 GLAAD Award Nomination); Det. Sergeant Caroline Patterson in the American premiere of Gary Mitchell's Force of Change. Television credits include: "Medium," "Alias," "The Gilmore Girls," "Judging Amy" and the HBO series "Tell Me You Love Me." Film: "Go for It" (winner of the 2010 Audience Award at the L.A Latino Film festival), "Redemption Maddie," "The Rat Thing" and the title role in the short film "Norma Grace."  She starred and co-produced the short film "The Road to Ruin," nominated for "Best Sci-Fi Short" at the 2012 Beverly Hills Short Film Festival.


Sean O'Neill (Leo Hubbard) For NPT: Roland Maule in Present Laughter; Rodrigo in The Cid; Oswald Alving in Ghosts; Hippolytus in Phaedre, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet and the title role in Hamlet. He currently is a member of the Beverly Hills Playhouse Ensemble. Other LA theatre work includes A Night Out at The Space and in a reading of Dante's Inferno. Film work includes the independent film "Story of Your Life."  Sean received his BFA in Theatre from SUNY Purchase, where he appeared as Leontes in A Winter's Tale, Rev. Shannon in The Night of the Iguana, Old Pat in The Hostage and in the ensemble for Boy's Life. Sean made his professional stage debut at age 8 when Bill Irwin plucked him from the audience at the Doolittle Theatre, dressed him a gown and a funny hat, gave him a sledge hammer and cast him as his beleaguered assistant in a commedia skit in Fool Moon.


Stacie Rippy - (Alexandra Giddens) For NPT: Princess Alais in The Lion in Winter; Daphne Stillington in Present Laughter; Chimena in The Cid; Marianne in Tartuffe; Arsinoé in The Misanthrope.  Stacie was born in North Carolina, raised in North Hollywood and received her BA in philosophy from Hollins University in Virginia. LA theatre credits include Theatre 40's long running production of The Manor at Greystone Mansion, Sin Eater, Machinal, The Spanish Wives and Sylvia. Film appearances include: "People I've Slept With," "Within," "Still Warm," "De Luz," "On Edge," and 'Whistlin' Dixie." Television work includes roles in "Against The Wall," "True Blood," "Saving Grace," "Medium," "Redemption High" and "The Class."


James Siering  (Oscar Hubbard) For NPT: Mr Bardolph in Lettice & Lovage; Morris Dixon in Present Laughter; Dr. Bernhard (The Critic) in The Guardsman; Jakob Engstrund in Ghosts; Aegeus in Medea; Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night; Don Diego in The Cid; Theramenes in Phaedre, the title role in Tartuffe. Jim was Associate Artistic Director of Theatre Matrix in New York City where he produced numerous plays and one-act festivals. As an actor, Jim has performed at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, Lincoln Center and in several Obie Award-winning productions with Andre Serban's company at LaMama and Charles Ludlam's Ridiculous Theatrical Company, in addition to numerous Equity Waiver and off-off-Broadway productions. Jim has worked extensively in youth theatre education as a teacher, writer and director.


Amy Wieczorek (Birdie) For NPT: Elmire in Tartuffe; Lady Capulet in Romeo & Juliet; Gertrude in Hamlet.  She appeared in American premiere of The Arab-Israeli Cookbook at The MET Theatreand portrayed Lydia in the world premiere of Three Travelers at the Odyssey Theater.  Her acclaimed solo performance of Eleanor Roosevelt in an Enrichment Works' production of Laurie Strawn's one–woman show, Brave Little Nell, the Eleanor Roosevelt Story appearson a double bill with her portrayal of Ariana Roger’s Rosie: A Riveting Tribute, the story of Rosie The Riveter. Amy received her MFA from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Other stage work includes Flags, The Cherry Orchard, They Shoot Horses Don’t They? and Hemingway/Dos Passos Wars, which she also directed. Television appearances include “NCIS: Los Angeles;” “Criminal Minds,” “Close To Home,” “Six Feet Under” and “Enterprise.” She portrayed Gracie Allen, opposite Frank Gorshin's George Burns in ”Angels With Angles” and played roles in the films “Serenity,” Manna From Heaven” and “Barney’s Greatest Day Ever.” 


2014 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

www.NewPhoenixTheatre-LA.com
Presents a Staged Reading of Peter Shaffer's
Lettice and Lovage
Sunday, June 12, 2014 - 6:00 PM– The Elephant Stageworks, Los Angeles, CA

Peggy Goss (Lettice Douffet) - For NPT: Queen Eleanor of Acquitaine in The Lion in Winter; Liz Essendine in Present Laughter; The Actress in The Guardsman;  title roles in Phaedre and Medea; Mrs. Alving in Ghosts. Peggy recently co-starred in the Colony Theatre's production of "Blame It On Beckett." She received an Ovation Award nomination for "Best Featured Actress" as Susan in the west coast premiere of Chris Thorpe's Safety. Other LA stage roles include: Jean in Emma's Child (Odyssey Theater); The Wife in Love in the DMZ (Actor's Workout Studio); Kitty in Last Summer at Bluefish Cove (Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Producers, 2005 GLAAD Award Nomination); Det. Sergeant Caroline Patterson in the American premiere of Gary Mitchell's Force of Change. Television credits include: "Medium," "Alias," "The Gilmore Girls," "Judging Amy" and the HBO series "Tell Me You Love Me." Film: "Go for It" (winner of the 2010 Audience Award at the L.A Latino Film festival), "Redemption Maddie," "The Rat Thing" and the title role in the short film "Norma Grace."  She starred and co-produced the short film "The Road to Ruin," nominated for "Best Sci-Fi Short" at the 2012 Beverly Hills Short Film Festival.


Marianne Muellerleile (Lottie Schoen) - For NPT: Monica Reed in Present Laughter; Onone in Phaedre; Cora in Life With Father; Maria in Twelfth Night; The Nurse in Medea and in Romeo and Juliet. She starred in the Mark Taper Forum revival of The School for Scandal and in the special Hollywood Bowl presentation of The Sound of Music, in addition to roles in over 40 plays in New York, LA and across the USA. Her more than 50 film roles include memorable appearances in "The Terminator," "Return To Me," "Smokin' Aces," "Passion Fish," "Thank You for Smoking," "Memento," and "A Smile Like Yours," to name but a few. Marianne's over 350 television appearances include most of the major comedic and dramatic series of the past two decades, highlighted by "Life with Bonnie," "Will & Grace," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Passions," "The Mentalist," "CSI," and "Parenthood," among many others. Recently she wrapped on the feature "The Nina Simone Project." For more information, visit  www.mariannemuellerleile.com.


Toni Sawyer (Miss Framer) - For NPT: Miss Erickson / Lady Saltburn in Present Laughter; For NPT: Mama in The Guardsman; Panope in Phaedre; Elvira in The Cid; The Chorus in Medea; Regional theatre includes: Night (A.C.T. San Francisco), The Nerd (La Mirada Theatre); Anatomy of A Murder (Mill Run Playhouse, Chicago); She Stoops to Conquer, Oedipus Rex, Caucasian Chalk Circle (Marin Theatre Company); Harvey (Welk Resort Theatre) and over 10 productions at The Colony Theatre including Lady Markby in An Ideal Husband and Ida in Mornings at Seven.  Also at The Colony, she originated the role of Jeannette in Could I Have This Dance, for which she won a Drama-Logue Award, and which the American Theatre Critics Association named "Best Regional Play of 1991-92." She repeated the role at the Village Theatre in NYC. On film, she played Nicole Kidman's mother in "My Life" and Laura Dern's overly protective mother in Peter Bogdanovich's "Mask.".


James Siering (Mr. Bardolph) For NPT: Morris Dixon in Present Laughter; Dr. Bernhard (The Critic) in The Guardsman; Jakob Engstrund in Ghosts; Aegeus in Medea; Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night; Don Diego in The Cid; Theramenes in Phaedre, the title role in Tartuffe. Jim was Associate Artistic Director of Theatre Matrix in New York City where he produced numerous plays and one-act festivals. As an actor, Jim has performed at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, Lincoln Center and in several Obie Award-winning productions with Andre Serban's company at LaMama and Charles Ludlam's Ridiculous Theatrical Company, in addition to numerous Equity Waiver and off-off-Broadway productions. Jim has worked extensively in youth theatre education as a teacher, writer and director.


2014 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

www.NewPhoenixTheatre-LA.com
Presents a Staged Reading of James Goldman's
The Lion in Winter
Sunday, April 14, 2013- 6:00 PM– The Elephant Stageworks, Los Angeles, CA

Henry II, King of England ............................................................Ian Buchanan
Alais, a French princess ………………………………………....Stacie Rippy
John, the youngest son…………….……………………………..Ethan Rains
Geoffrey, the middle son ………..…………………….…………Ramon De Ocampo
Richard Lionheart ……..……………………………..…………Bill Brochtrup
Eleanor of Aquitane .………………………………………….....Peggy Goss
Philip, King of France…………………………………………...Brendan Ford

2012 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Noel Coward's
Present Laughter
Sunday, December 2, 2012- 7:00 PM– The Colony Theatre

Daphne Stillington...............................................................................Stacie Rippy
Miss Erikson……………………………………………………….…Toni Sawyer
Fred……………………………………………………………………Zale Kessler
Monica Reed………………………………………….........................Marianne Muellerleile
Garry Essendine……………………………………………………...Ian Buchanan*
Liz Essendine………………………………………………………....Peggy Goss
Roland Maule………………………………………………………...Sean O’Neill
Morris Dixon…………………………………………………………James Siering
Hugo Lyppiatt………………………………………………………..William Bremer
Joanna Lyppiatt……………………………………………………...Joanna Strapp
Lady Saltburn………………………………………………………..Toni Sawyer

2011 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Franz Molnar's
The Guardsman
July 1, 2012 – The Colony Theatre

The Actor…………………………………………….…………..Ian Buchanan
The Actress………………………………………………………Peggy Goss
The Critic………………………………………………………...James Siering
Mama…………………………………………………………….Toni Sawyer
Liesl, The Maid…………………………………………………..Elizabeth Greer
The Bill Collector………………………………………..............William Bremer

2011 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

www.NewPhoenixTheatre-LA.com
Presents a Staged Reading of Franz Molnar's
The Guardsman
September 8, 2011 – The Complex Hollywood

The Actor…………………………………………….…………..Ian Buchanan
The Actress………………………………………………………Peggy Goss
The Critic………………………………………………………...James Siering
Mama…………………………………………………………….Toni Sawyer
Liesl, The Maid…………………………………………………..Elizabeth Greer
The Bill Collector………………………………………..............William Bremer

2009 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Henrik Ibsen's
Ghosts
September 11, 2009 – The Complex Hollywood
 

Mrs. Helen Alving……………………………………………..Peggy Goss
Oswald Alving…………………………………………………Sean O’Neill
Pastor Manders………………………………………………..Ian Buchanan
Jasob Engstrand…………………………………………….....James Siering
Regina Engstrand…………………………………………..…Noreen O’Neill

The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Euripides'
Medea
September 10, 2009 – The Complex Hollywood
 

Medea………………………………………………………....…Peggy Goss
Jason………………………………………………………….….Ian Buchanan
Women of Corinth……………………………………………...Dorothy Constantine,
                                                                                                       Jane Abbot
                                                                                                       Toni Sawyer
Nurse……………………………………………………….…....Marianne Muellerleile
Creon……………………………………………………………Carl Crudup
Aegeus…………………………………………………………..James Siering
Messenger……………………………………………………....William Bremer

The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents the US Premiere of Pierre Corneille's
The Cid
February 6, 7, 13, 14, 2009 – The LEX Theatre

King Ferdinand of Castile…………………………………….…Billy Mayo
The Infanta, his daughter, formerly betrothed to Rodrigo……Louisa Rosager
Count De Gormas, father of Chimena
and the King’s foremost warrior………………………………..Carl Crudup
Chimena, daughter of the Count de Gormas,
and in love with Rodrigo…………………………………………Stacie Rippy
Don Diego, father of Rodrigo, an old man who was
once the King’s foremost warrior…………………………..…....James Siering
Rodrigo, Don Diego’s son, who becomes “El Cid”……………..Sean O’Neill
Don Arias, a Castilian nobleman………………… …………......William Bremer
Don Sancho, a Castilian nobleman, suitor to Chimena………...Dominic Rains
Leonora, a lady in waiting to The Infanta………………………Dre Slaman
Elvira, a lady in waiting to Chimena……………………………Toni Sawyer

2009 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of William Shakespeare's
Twelfth Night or What You Will
Tuesday, August 2008 – ART Players Studio

Orsino……………………………………………………………Aaron Conte
Viola.……………………………………………………………..Noreen O’Neill
A Sea Captain…………………………………………………...Ric Borelli
Sebastian…………………………………………………….......Shaun K.Anthony
Antonio……………………………………………………….....Dre Slaman
Olivia…………………………………………………………....Amy Wieczorek
Maria…………………………………………………………....Marianne Muellerleile
Sir Toby………………………………………............................James Siering
Sir Andrew Aguecheek….……………………………………...West Liang
Malvolio………………………………………………………....Ian Buchanan
Feste……………………………………………………………..Toni Sawyer
Fabian…………………………………………………...............Sean O’Neill
Curio…………………………………………………………….Stuart G.Bennett
Valentine………………………………………………………...Stuart G. Bennett
2nd Officer……………………………………………………...Stuart G. Bennett


2007 Season
The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Racine's
Phaedre
October 17, 18, 2007 –FanaticSalon, Culver City, CA

Theseus………………………………............................................Ian Buchanan
Phaedre……………………...........................................................Peggy Goss
Hippolytus.......................................................................................Sean O'Neill
Aricia…………………………………………...............................Dre Slaman
Oenone……………………………………………………………Marianne Muellerleile
Theramenes…………....................................................................James Siering
Panope……………………………………………………………Toni Sawyer

The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Moliere's
Phaedre
Directed by Jill Holden
July, 2007 –FanaticSalon, Culver City, CA

Mme. Pernelle (Orgon’s mother)………………………...........Dorothy Constantine
Orgon (Elmire’s husband)…………………………………......Charles Klausmeyer
Elmire (Orgon’s wife)………………………. ………………...Amy Wieczorek
Damis (Orgon’s son; Elmire’s stepson)…………………….....Matt Morgan
Mariane (Oregon’s daughter, Elmire’s stepdaughter).............Stacie Rippyl
Valere….(In love with Mariane) …………………………..….Dominic Rains
Cleante (Orgon’s brother-on-law)…………………………….Richard Tanner
Tartuffe (a hypocrite)…………… ……………………………James Siering
Dorine (Mariane’s lady’s maid)……………………………….Jill Holden
M. Loyal (a baliff)………………………………… …………..William Bremer
A Police Officer…………………………………………...........Joe Paredz

The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of Moliere's
The Misanthrope

July, 2007 –FanaticSalon, Culver City, CA

Alceste………………………………………………………….Iman Nazemzadeh
Philinthe……………………………………………………….Shaun K. Anthony
Oronte………………………………………………………….Dominic Rains
Celimene……………………………………………………….Jennifer Bronstein
Eliante (Celimene’s cousin)…………………………………..Noreen O’Neill
Arsinoe (friend of Celimene’s)……………………………….Stacie Rippy
Acaste (Marquess)…………………………………………….Ric Borelli
Clitandre……………………………………………………….Jason Vaughn
Dubois, a Basque servingboy...……………………………….William O’Neill
A Guard………………………………………………………..Joe Paredz

The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of William Shakespeare's
Hamlet

March 19, 2007 –The Empty Space, Hollywood, CA

King Claudius………………………………………………….Ian Buchanan
Hamlet……………………………………….…………………Sean O’Neill
Polonius……………………………………….………………..Ric Borelli
Horatio………………………………………………………….Iman Nazemzadeh
Laertes………………………………………………………….Jon Weinberg
Voltemand…………………………………………...…………Christopher Milo
Cornelius……………………………………………………….Christopher Milo
Rosencrantz……………………………………………………West Liang
Guildenstern…………………………………………………...Jeremy Weaver
Osric…………………………………………….……………...William Bremer
Gentlewoman…………………………………………………..Noreen O’Neill
A Priest………………………………………………………....John PiRoman
Marcellus…………………………………………………….…Dominic Rains
Francisco…………………………………………………….….Iman Nazemzadeh
Barnardo……………………………………………………….Jon Weinberg
Reynaldo……………………………………………………….Christopher Milo
Player King ……………………………………………………John Bliss
Player Queen…………………………………………………. Noreen O’Neill
Lucanius……………………………………………………….John PiRoman
Two Clowns (one a gravedigger) …………………………….William Bremer
                                                                                                     John PiRoman
Fortinbras………………….…………………………………..West Liang
English Ambassador……….…………………………………..Christopher Milo
Queen Gertrude…………….………………………………….Amy Wieczorek.
Ophelia………………………………………………………….Jennifer Bronstein
Ghost of Hamlet’s Father……………………………………...John Bliss

Sailor…………………………………………………………….Christopher Milo
Norwegian Captain……………………………..........................Christopher Milo

The New Phoenix Theatre-LA
Frank Tobin, Producing Director

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Presents a Staged Reading of William Shakespeare's
Romeo & Juliet

March, 2007 –Elephant Stageworks

Juliet……………………………………………………………Noreen O’Neill
Romeo………………………………………………………… Dominic Rains
The Nurse………………………………………………….…..Marianne Nuellerleile
Lady Capulet………………………………………………….Amy Wieczorek
Lord Capulet………………………………………………….Ric Borelli
Mercutio……………………………………………………….Sean O’Neill
Friar Laurence………………………………………………..John PiRoman

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