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Daniel Abeles

DANIEL ABELES* NY Theater: Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (SohoRep), Empathitrax (EST), The Undeniable Sound of Right Now (Rattlestick), Wyoming (Lesser America), Where We’re Born (Rattlestick, Hilltown Plays), Offices (Atlantic Theater Company), Helping People (IRT), Squealer (Lesser America), Too Much Too Soon (TNC), Keep Your Baggage With You… (TNC), Too Little Too Late (HERE), Falling Petals (The New Ohio), Behold! The Bowery (Fringe). Select Regional: The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Bay Street Theatre), reasons to be pretty (Philadelphia Theater Company), The Gnadiges Fraulein (Provincetown), The Comedy of Errors (Lake George). TV: "The Good Wife" (recurring), "Blue Bloods", "Person of Interest", “Forever”, “Elementary”, “Smash” (recurring), “Law & Order”, “Wallflowers”. Film: Seattle Road, You Bury Your Own, Son of Mourning, Gasoline. Education: NYU: Tisch.  Founder/Producing Director @ Lesser America

ZAYN ALEXANDER is a multilingual New York based actor. He attended college at the American University of Beirut (AUB), MA in Clinical Psychology at Columbia University and MA in Public Relations at New York University (NYU).  joining The Complete Theatre Company (TCTC). Film: "The Defector" directed by Lit Kilpatrick, "The Circle," which premiered at the 26th Dusty Film and Animation Festival in New York, and "Guarded", the lead in "Jannah," which was filmed between New York City and Istanbul, Turkey. "Jannah" was directed by Matias Maumus. Theatre: Between the Seas’ production of "Could You Please Look Into the Camera?" (lead),  the Educational Theatre of New York’s (ETNY) production of "Socrates on Trial", and works of The Complete Theatre Company. Zayn studies with Penny Templeton Studio (Master Acting Class), T. Schreiber Studio and the Atlantic Acting School.

LULU FOGARTY*  NYC: Lancelot (360repco), Lillian Smith Being Heard  (Syracuse Stage, Theatre Row, The LOFT at Judson, Dixon Place), SURRENDER (2009 Drama Desk Nomination: Unique Theatrical Experience), Christmas Rappings  (dir. Russ Treyz), Henry V  (dir. Adam Patterson); Eurydice, Desdemona, The Artifacts, The Mentee  (dir. Thom Fogarty). International: Taiwan National Tours of Grandpa’s Dream andThe Toy Box; Embedded (Edinburgh International Fringe Festival); A Comedy of Errors Workshop (Shakespeare’s Globe, London). Regional: Steel Magnolias (dir. Russ Treyz).  She is currently writing a play about ethnicity, politics and identity in Taiwan.  She has done many readings with 360repco! Check out her website for more info. BFA: Syracuse University.

WASHINGTON KIRK* Regional: His Girl Friday (adapted by John Guare) (La Jolla); The Brothers Size (by Tarell McCraney) (ATL); Off-Broadway : Melanintervention (by Chisa Hutchinson), Zoohouse (by Aurin Squire)(NBT); Lower Ninth (by Beau Willimon) (u/s), The Break­Up (by Tommy Smith), Classic Kitchen Timer (by Adam Rapp), and American Sexy (by Trista Baldwin) (The Flea); Yes We Can (Walkerspace);  Lucid (Cherry Lane). Television: Law & Order: CI, The Breaks. Other Theatre: In the Red & Brown Water, Little Children Dream of God, The Grapes of Wrath, Doll’s House. MFA: SD 201.

TONY PERRY* New York: Allegro, 74 Georgia Ave., Shelter In Our Car, Martin: A New Beginning, Repo: The Genetic Opera, The Groove Factory, The Bonus Army. Regional: Memphis, Ain’t Nothing But the Blues, Parade, Cross That River, Ain’t Misbehavin, Five Guys Named Moe, Dreamgirls, The Wiz, Big River, Me and My Girl, Smokey Joes Café, The Rocky Horror Show, A Grand Night For Singing. Film: “Mickey,” “Finding Oz; A Journey Home.” He has traveled North America in a concert of Yiddish and African-American music, and has three CDs available at and iTunes. Proud AEA member.

 AJ TAYLOR is thrilled to be a part of his second play reading with Thom Fogarty and 360RepCo following The Quality of Mercy by Alyson Mead. Taylor, a Wisconsin native, was raised overseas as a foreign service ‘brat’ and has recently moved from Boca Raton, Florida to New York City to pursue his career as an actor and writer. Taylor studied acting at Florida Atlantic University where he was President of the Alpha Psi Omega: National Theatre Honor Society. At FAU, Taylor was a founder of the Cunny Funts Improv Troupe and the APO Community Outreach Program. In South Florida,Taylor is known for his roles in the TheatreLab Future Pages Project and the documentary theatre piece With Their Voices Raised. Taylor is a passionate human rights activist and environmentalist. Taylor credits any and all of his success to the support of his loving parents, Matthew and Lisa, and credits his passion to his three younger brothers, Aiden, Atticus, and Abraham, who drive him to make the world a better place for them, and of course to his older sister, Abby, who showed him his first musicals.

LANCE COADIE WILLIAMS* Lance is excited to be a part of this project. His theatre credits include Sweat / Public Theatre and coming to Broadway in March, War, Shows for Day / Lincoln Center Theatre; BootyCandy / Playwrights Horizons; Sucker Punch, Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet/ Studio Theatre; BootyCandy, The Convert / The Wilma Theatre;  The Children's Hour, Fences, My Children! My Africa!, Blues for an Alabama Sky / Everyman Theatre ; Fences / Roundhouse Theatre; the title role of Hamlet / The Baltimore Shakespeare Festival; The Oedipus Plays / The Shakespeare Theatre; BootyCandy / Woolly Mammoth; Love's Fire,  Shoot the Piano Player / The Berkshire Theatre Festival. Lance won an Obie Award for his work in BootyCandy in 2015. He also had a recurring role on HBO's " The Wire". Lance is a Graduate from the Baltimore School for the Arts and is a Graduate of SUNY PURCHASE.