Friday, April 19, 2024

Meet the Cast of "Canned Goods"!





Simon Feil (Birnbaum): Off-Broadway: This is Not a Time of Peace (world premiere, New Light Theater Co), Boozy… (Alex Timbers, dir.), the immersive New York. Circa. 1909 (Soho Playhouse, also produced). Regional: Disgraced  (Virginia Stage Company). International: Vignettes of Jewish Spain (Madrid, Toledo, Segovia), King Stag (Edinburgh Festival). TV: Orange Is The New Black as Bill Bayley, Billions, Gotham, Inside Amy Schumer, The Blacklist, Blue Bloods, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Film: Julie & Julia, Ocean’s 8. Watch for him in the current feature Love…Reconsidered opposite Judy Gold.



Dalton Gorden (Heydrich/Muller/Guard) Equity debut! University of Texas at El Paso (credits include Romeo and Juliet, The Seagull, and Noises Off!)  Theatre MA from Montclair State University.  Fight choreography services for the Endless Souls TV pilot and for Torn Asunder at Luna Stage in West Orange. Recent stage credits include GoatCanadian Tuxedo, No Exit, and Newsies. Recent film and TV projects include Amoriental, Endless Souls, and The Crime in Legos. 



Richard Hollis (Honiok)  Broadway: Hangmen, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Travesties. Off-Broadway: Hangmen (Atlantic Theatre), Muswell Hill (Barrow Group), This is Not a Time of Peace (New Light Theatre Project). Regional: Twelfth Night, Present Laughter (both at Two River Theatre), Taking Steps (Barrington Stage), Betrayal (Katonah Classic), Bedroom Farce (Huntington). National Theatre, London: Coast of Utopia, His Girl Friday, Tartuffe, The Wonders of Sex and The Country Doctor.  Film and TV includes Plot Against America (HBO), Blacklist, Dark Shadows, Believe, and the original The Office.



Ken King (SS Major) Off-Broadway: This is Not a Time of Peace (Theater Row), Sleep No More’s The Lost Supper, (McKitterick Hotel), Cool Hand Luke (59E59 Theaters), A Clockwork Orange (59E59 Theaters, Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The UnBrunch (Norwood Immersive), What the Butler Saw (Franklin Stage Co.), Fahrenheit 451 (59E59 Theaters), 2nd Violin (Boston Center for the Arts), Proof (Princeton Theater) The Third Man (Manhattan Theater Source). Film/TV: Finding Steve McQueen, Before I Go, Happy Birthday, Marsha!, Alternatino with Arturo Castro, FBI: Most Wanted, The Blacklist.



Steve Rattazzi (Kruger) Broadway: Indecent. Off-Broadway: This Is Not a Time of Peace (New Light Theater); King Kirby (The Brick); Henry V w/Liev Schrieber (Public Theater); Galileo w/F. Murray Abraham; The Tempest w/Mandy Patinkin, (CSC); Stunning (Lincoln Center); Dinner Party (Target Margin); Painted Snake on a Painted Chair (OBIE); McGurk (ERS); . Regional: The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Two River Theater); Lempicka (Williamstown); Seder (Hartford Stage); Marie Antoinette (ART/Yale Rep); Indecent (Yale Rep/La Jolla); Christmas Carol (McCarter). Film: Venture Bros: Radiant Is the Blood; The Family (Besson). 



Jason Williams (Cover) is an actor, writer and TV producer. He has written and produced multiple series for Netflix, History Channel, Discovery, A&E and Nat Geo. His plays are published by Broadway Licensing (DPS), TRW, and Uproar Theatrics and have been produced over 100 times across the US and Canada. As an actor, he has performed Off-Broadway at the DR2, The Pearl Theatre and LaMama ETC, and regionally at Baltimore’s Centerstage, DC’s Studio Theatre, B Street Theatre, Rep Stage, and NJ Rep among others. 



May 9-11
Hamilton Stage
360 Hamilton Street
Rahway, NJ 07065


May 16-19
Sieminski Theater
8000 Fellowship Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920