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Gita Reddy

Barbara Karger

Shaun Fillion (Set/Lights)
Marion Talan (Costumes)
Jeremy Wilson (Sound)
Kina Park (Set/Prop)
Peter Hoerburger (Lights)
Young-Yoon Kim (Costumes)
Ryan Maeker (Sound)
Lisa Maione (Graphic)
Kemachat Sirichanvimol (Photo)
Jan Dekoff (SM)
Jaimie Van Dyke (SM)
Brian Carfi (TD)
Danny Powell (Video)


Mike Ferrell

Michael Ferrell is from New Jersey and North Carolina and has been acting and writing his entire life. After receiving his BFA in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, he moved to Chicago where he studied improvisation at the world- renowned Improv Olympic and worked at Steppenwolf Theatre Co. He appeared in plays and short films in Chicago before traveling the country with the sketch comedy group “Shtick People.” Since landing in New York City, he played Antonio in “The Duchess of Malfi” and has acted in two full-length plays which he also wrote: “The Blue Martini” and “Spring and Jake,” both at the Under St. Mark’s Theater. He has also worked with the Tobacco Bar Theatre Co. and Dirty Steve Productions. Recently he has acted in two short films, and is currently writing and performing all over the city.

Phil Vos

Phil Vos was a founding member of Coffee Cup. He began acting as a high school student in New York City. While living in England for several years in the 1990s, he took acting classes at London’s City Literary Institute and appeared in traditional holiday “pantos”. His acting experience since then includes numerous indie short and feature film projects (Musician for Hire, Dead Serious, Uncle Jim’s Cathedral), extra work in television and films (King of the Corner, Two Weeks Notice and "The Sopranos"), and classical stage productions (an adaptation of Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedie, a staged reading of Hamlet). He has also written and produced a documentary on the recovery effort at the World Trade Center site (Ground Beneath the Hole in the Sky). Phil has a BA from Columbia University and an MSc from the London School of Economics. Outside acting he was worked as an operations analyst, a refugee caseworker, a contract manager for a major computer company and a project coordinator for a non-profit. Phil now works as a stay-home dad.

Melinda Ferrarccio

Training includes a BFA in Theatre from Niagara University, intensives with the School of Physical Theatre in London, and The New York Goofs Ultimate Clown School.  Performance work includes Nat’l Tours: Peter Pan (Wendy) with Theatreworks USA, The Miser (Marianne), and The Three Musketeers (Constance) with National Theatre of the Performing Arts. NYC and Regional Credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare in the Park(ing) Lot), The Rover (AGT), Much Ado About Nothing (NYRF) In the Belly of the Beast With Two Backs (Here! Arts Center), Not Just for Shock Value: a Femmes Clown Assemblage (Six Figures Artists of Tomorrow Festival) and most recently Melinda was seen in Clowns By Dead Reckoning (La Mama).  In her spare time Melinda teaches yoga to both children and adults and is completing a Master’s Degree in Expressive Arts Therapy through the European Graduate School in Switzerland.

Rebecca Hackett

Rebecca Hackett is from Portland, ME and grew up performing with various professional and community theaters in her home state and later Boston, MA.  Recently seen in New Moon Rep/ Roust Theatre Co.'s modern, political adaptation of Antigone, I,Kreon (Chorus) at Walker Space.  Credits include: Cymbeline (Pisanio), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Germaine), Meetmarket.com (Carrie, 'best kiss' award). A favorite role: Herself in the dueling solo performance/ live paint session Series 6.2:Paint on Canvas.  Member of The Overturn Theatre Ensemble. Graduated Emerson College with a BA in Theater Studies. Training includes Grotowski, Laban, stage combat, classical texts (UK and American), Linkletter, and FitzMaurice.

Ben Holbrook

Ben is a recent arrival to the city who received his BFA in acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. New York credits include a reading of The Etymology of Bird sponsored by the New Group. Regional Credits include: Triad Stage-The Matchmaker, A Streetcar Named Desire; North Carolina Shakespeare Festival- Romeo and Juliet; THR 232- Uncle Ulysses and the Mythic Sword; The Garage Theatre- Suburbia; Greensboro Fringe Festival- The Empty Space.