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Jesse Castellanos is a
NYC based actor originally from Miami, Florida. Jesse recently made
his off-Broadway debut as Kresel in Tammany Hall (SoHo Playhouse).
Other credits include 24
Hour Plays: Nationals (The 24 Hour Plays), and Rick Abath
in Art Heist (Broward
Center for the Performing Arts). Jesse holds a BFA in Acting from
Montclair State University.
Darin F. Earl, II is a
first-gen, queer artist aspiring to produce collaborations &
shedding light on creative communities in New Jersey. Recent Stage
Credits: Happy Loman (Death
of a Salesman, Somerset Valley Players), Puck (Midsummer,
Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), & Aaron (Titus Andronicus,
Mercer County Park Grounds). Recent Film Credits: Brian in "The
Devil's Playground" (2022), Gerald in "The Dennis
Boys" (2022), & Luke in "825 Forest Road" (2021)
from the producers of Hell House LLC.
John P. Keller TV: Beckert
on Boardwalk Empire (HBO). Theater: Off Broadway world premiere of
Tina Howe’s Singing
Beach, as well as world premieres of Mourning Sun, You Are Now
the Owner of This Suitcase and JH3AM with
Theater 167. The 2012 NY revival of The Violet Hour by Richard
Greenberg. Regional: Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Contemporary
American Theater Festival, Alabama Shakespeare, George Street
Playhouse, Worcester Shakespeare Festival, Mile Square Theater
Company, Luna Stage Company, and Internationally at the Balinese Arts
Festival and the Ugandan International Theater Festival. M.F.A. in
Acting Rutgers University. John serves as co-Producer of coLAB Arts.
Valerie Terranova recently
played opposite Bernardo Cubria in Project Y’s Soup. Other
favorite stage credits include: #25 in The Wolves (Lyric Stage Boston),
Juliet in Romeo
and Juliet (Seven Stages Shakespeare), Viola in Twelfth Night
(Saratoga Shakespeare). She produced/starred in the film adaptation
of The Lepers
(Queens World Film Festival Outstanding Narrative Short), and has
helped develop/premiere over a dozen new works and plays in NYC.
Celebrate the return of live theatre with this
existential comedy inspired by Don
Quixote, with echoes of Waiting for Godot and Abbott and Costello!
When Fool 1 discovers the Giant Void in their soul, they and their
loyal best friend Fool 2 set out on a Quixotic quest to fill it. Will
food and alcohol do it? What about jobs, marriage, procreation, or