Past Shows

Who's Who

CRYSTAL FINN (Layne Falcone). This is Crystal’s first production at Roundabout. Other New York Credits include Pocatello, Antlia Pneumatica (Playwrights Horizons), 16 Words or Less, La Brea, Luther, Five Genocides (Clubbed Thumb), Summer Shorts (59E59), Bird in the Hand (Fulcrum). Regional: Cleveland Playhouse, Two River, Trinity Rep, George Street, Dorset Theater.  She received her MFA from Brown/Trinity, and her BA from UC Berkeley. She is an affiliated artist with Clubbed Thumb Theater.

CARMEN M. HERLIHY (Samantha Carlin). NYC Theater credits include: The Tomb of King Tot (Clubbed Thumb), Doctor Faustus (Classic Stage), Bachelorette (Second Stage), Five Genocides (Clubbed Thumb), Buffalo Gal (Primary Stages), crooked (Women’s Project; Lucille Lortel Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress), The Piano Teacher (Vineyard Theatre), The Thugs (Soho Rep), columbinus (NYTW, Drama League Nomination for Ensemble), The House of Bernarda Alba (NAATCO). Regional: Centerstage, Hartford Stage, Berkshire Theater Festival, McCarter, RMT, Mark Taper Forum. TV: “The Unusuals” (ABC), “Cold Case” (CBS), “Six Degrees” (ABC), Film: The Trouble with Cali, The Switch, The Rebound, Two Lovers, Burn After Reading, Morning Glory, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, My First Kiss and the People Involved, M. Training: BFA NYU Tisch, ETW Amsterdam, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, The Public Theater Shakespeare Lab.

ALEX HERNANDEZ (Dominick Aquendo) is a Brooklyn‐based professional actor and amateur hooligan. Some favorite theatrical projects include The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (Actors Theater of Louisville/Dallas Theater Center), Peter and the Starcatcher (New World Stages) and Richard III (the Public's Mobile Unit). You can catch him on reruns of eight different TV shows or use him to steal cars (and hearts) as the protagonist of 2K's upcoming video game, Mafia III.

SOCORRO SANTIAGO (Delores Aquendo). Broadway: The Bacchae (Circle in the Square). Off-Broadway: numerous productions at 59E59 Theater, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, The Public Theater, Naked Angels, Ars Nova, HERE, Ohio Theatre, and INTAR. Just completed New York Stage and Film workshop of Another Word For Beauty by Jose Rivera and Rancho Viejo by Dan LeFranc. Regional: Another Word For Beauty (Goodman Theatre), MOJADA (Victory Gardens Theatre), The Crucible (Cleveland Playhouse), Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike (Denver Center), Boleros for the Disenchanted (Huntington Theatre), Yerma (Huntington Theatre), Eric Ting's adaptation of MacBeth 1969, and John Patrick Shanley's Italian American Reconciliation (Long Wharf Theatre), So Go the Ghosts Part II, The Good Book WorkshopLike Water for Chocolate (Sundance Theatre Lab) and Trojan Women (Shakespeare Theatre). Film credits: iCreep by Adrian Martinez, What Came After, Order of Redemption, All Good Things, Devil's Advocate, Night Falls on Manhattan, The Other Woman and Freedomland, among many. TV: “Blue Bloods,” “Kings,” “The Third Watch,” “Unforgettable,” “Bored To Death,” “The Good Wife” and all the “Law & Orders.” She received an American Latina Media Arts (ALMA) Award for her work as Isabella Santos on “All My Children.”

STEPHANIE STYLES (Suz Miller) most recently starred in Disney’s first National Tour of the Tony award-winning Musical Newsies. Stephanie landed the coveted role of ‘Katherine Plumber’ while studying for finals during her senior year at the University of Michigan. She subsequently graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. Stephanie embarked on her first national tour at age 12, playing the role of Louisa von Trapp in the Broadway tour of The Sound of Music, alongside Tony Award-nominated actor Jonathan Groff. Stephanie’s New York debut was the following year in the principal role of The Rose at Lincoln Center in the New York City Opera’s production of The Little Prince directed by Francesca Zambello. During Stephanie’s high school career, she won a Tommy Tune award for Best Leading Actress in her role as Janet van de Graaff in The Drowsy Chaperone. This led to a nomination for the Jimmy Award in New York City, where Stephanie was a top-three finalist. That same year, Stephanie won the regional English-Speaking Union Shakespeare Competition, and advanced to National Finals at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. In addition to her many theatre credits, Stephanie recently made her feature film debut in The Submarine Kid produced by Coronet Films and starring Finn Wittrock and Emilie de Ravin. Stephanie has performed in concerts at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.

JENNY RACHEL WEINER (Playwright) is a playwright and actress based in New York City. Select plays include: diventare (The Harold & Mimi Steinberg National Student Playwriting Award), Horse Girls (Fordham/Primary Stages, the cell, Ars Nova; New York, Collaboraction; Chicago, Annex Theatre; Seattle, to be published by Samuel French in 2015), Nina (Roundabout Theatre Company Underground ​Reading, O’Neill Semi-Finalist 2015, Fordham/Primary Stages), Jason & Julia (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Stagedream (co-written with Lee Overtree​), Aunt Sylvia Is Dead (The Collective; published in The Collective Anthology 2014), Kingdom Come (Roundabout Underground Reading Series 2015). Jenny has developed plays with/been commissioned by the O’Neill Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Northlight Theatre, Piven Theatre Workshop, Primary Stages, and Roundabout Theatre. BFA: Boston University, MFA: Fordham University/Primary Stages. When Jenny isn’t writing plays, you can catch her directing and performing with NYC/LA based theatre company Story Pirates.

KIP FAGAN (Director) mostly recently directed Sheila Callaghan’s Women Laughing Alone With Salad at Woolly Mammoth and Erin Courtney’s I Will Be Gone at the Humana Festival in Louisville. Recent NYC credits: Ike Holter’s Exit Strategy (Primary Stages and Philadelphia Theatre Company); Heidi Schreck’s Grand Concourse (Playwrights Horizons); Ariel Stess's I'm Pretty Fucked Up, Sheila Callaghan's Roadkill Confidential, and Rachel Hoeffel's Quail (Clubbed Thumb); Jesse Eisenberg’s The Revisionist (starring Eisenberg and Vanessa Redgrave), Halley Feiffer’s How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them, Eisenberg’s Asuncion, Heidi Schreck’s There Are No More Big Secrets, and Sheila Callaghan’s That Pretty Pretty; or, The Rape Play (Rattlestick); Carlos Murillo's A Thick Description of Harry Smith and Samuel D. Hunter's Jack’s Precious Moment (Page 73); Reggie Watts and Tommy Smith's Radio Play (P.S. 122); Zayd Dohrn's Reborning and Cory Hinkle's Cipher (SPF); Sheila Callaghan's Recess and Christopher Durang’s Not a Creature Was Stirring (The Flea); Greg Keller's The Young Left (Cherry Lane); Sam Marks's Nelson (Partial Comfort). Regional credits include: Alliance Theatre, Long 5 Wharf Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Humana Festival, Sundance Theatre Lab, George Street Playhouse, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Portland Center Stage, Marin Theatre Company, and City Theatre, among others. Taught and/or directed at Juilliard, NYU, SUNY Purchase, NTI, Strasberg Institute. 2003‐2004 NEA/TCG directing fellow; 2007 Bill Foeller directing fellow at Williamstown Theatre Festival. Co‐founder of Printer’s Devil in Seattle; affiliated artist at Clubbed Thumb.
ARNULFO MALDONADO (Set Design) is a New York City-based set and costume designer. Recent credits include: Caught (Play Co); Men On Boats (Playwrights Horizons); Hillary and Clinton (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Macbeth (Old Globe); As You Like It (Center Stage); Evita (Olney Theater Center); Iphigenia In Aulis (CSC), and Iowa (Playwrights Horizons). Mr. Maldonado is a Clubbed Thumb Affiliated Artist, a recipient of a Princess Grace Fabergé Theater Award, and the resident scenic designer at the National Playwrights Conference. MFA: NYU Tisch.

TILLY GRIMES (Costume Design) Select credits: The Wildness, Small Mouth Sounds (Ars Nova); Kings (Women’s Project); An Octoroon (Wilma); Don Giovanni (Boston Lyric Opera); Family Album (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); 41-Derful, Motel Cherry (Clubbed Thumb). Upcoming: Romance Novels for Dummies (Williamstown), The Hunger (BAM). She received her MFA from NYU Tisch.

THOM WEAVER (Lighting Design) New York: NYSF/Public Theatre, Signature, Primary Stages, Teller’s Play Dead, Lincoln Center Festival. Philadelphia: Arden, Wilma, Walnut, PTC, New Paradise. Regionally: Portland Center Stage, George St, Huntington, Chicago Shakespeare, Cincinnati Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre, CenterStage, Syracuse Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Cal Shakes, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Williamstown, Spoleto, Pittsburgh Public, and Yale Rep. Awards: 2 AUDELCOs, 3 Barrymores (23 nominations), Jeff nomination, 4 Helen Hayes nominations. Education: Carnegie Mellon and Yale.

DANIEL PERELSTEIN (Sound Design) is a freelance sound designer, composer, and musical director in Philadelphia. Roundabout Theatre debut. Recent designs at Primary Stages, McCarter Theatre, Opera Philadelphia, Wilma Theater, People’s Light, others. Artistic Associate at The Wilma Theater. Resident sound designer for the Bearded Ladies Cabaret. Daniel has received two Barrymore Awards and fourteen Barrymore Award nominations in three categories. Independence Foundation Fellowship, 2013. B.S. Engineering, B.A. Music, Swarthmore College.

DARREL MALONEY (Projection Design) has designed for broadcast, concerts, film, and theatre. Broadway: American Idiot, On Your Feet, Allegiance, A Night with Janis Joplin, Everyday Rapture, The Illusionists. Off Broadway: Found (Drama Desk Nomination), Checkers (Drama Desk Nomination), Tappin’ Thru Life (Drama Desk Nomination). Also MCC, Civilians, La Jolla Playhouse, CTG, Old Globe, A.R.T. Others designs: Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus “Legends” 144th Edition, Surf (Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas).