Bhama Roget has beenseen previously at theRep in God of Carnage, Restoration Comedy (also at CaliforniaShakespeare Theatre), The Constant Wife, and Noises Off. Otherlocal appearances include Wonderful Town atthe 5th Avenue; Hedwig & the Angry Inch atRe-Bar; Seussical and Go, Dog. Go! at SeattleChildren’s Theatre; Inflagrante Gothico, Vera Wilde, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot, and Under the Gaslight at the EmptySpace; and Expressions of the Spirit: Tales of the Brothers Grimm with UMO Ensemble.She has performed as a comedian at theHollywood Improv, M-Bar Hollywood,Largo, and El Cid in Los Angeles, and hasappeared on television in “The Fugitive”and “Grey’s Anatomy.” Bhama can be seenlocally as Jane on the hit episodic webcooking show “Cookus Interruptus” (cookus.tv) and every first Saturday of the month as a member of Bainbridge Performing Arts long-time resident Improv troupe The Edge (theedgeimprov.com), and is currently planning for a second run of her solo performance “Hippiecrit: I Want to Change the World, I Just Don’t Feel Like it”, which was developed with help from Seattle Rep. She is proud to call herself a Seattle artist and doubly proud to be part of this amazing production.
Richard Nguyen Sloniker
Richard Nguyen Sloniker is a writer, performer and educator. He recently appeared in The Mousetrap at the Village Theatre. Richard has also been seen at the Guthrie Theatre, ACT, Intiman, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Northwest Asian American Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and Azeotrope, a company he co-founded. He holds an MFA from the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program, is a graduate of the Guthrie Experience for Actors in Training at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Cellular, Molecular, and Developmental Biology. He is thankful for the support of his wife, Serin Ngai, and his beautiful daughter, Viola.
Anne Allgood appeared on Broadway in The Most Happy Fella, Carousel, The Sound of Music, Beauty and the Beast, and Imaginary Friends. Tours: Evita, Urinetown, Parade, and Floyd Collins. Previously at the Rep: Bad Dates (Haley – dir. Allison Narver), You Can’t Take it With You (Penny), and The Constant Wife (Barbara). She has played in regional theatre coast to coast. In Seattle: Candide (Old Woman); Oklahoma! (Aunt Eller); and A Christmas Story (Mother); as well as numerous others for 5th Avenue Theatre; Cymbeline (Queen) for Intiman; and a dozen appearances at ACT Theatre, among them notably as Queen Mary in Mary Stuart, and under Ms. Narver’s direction in A Christmas Carol, Eurydice, and The Clean House.
Mark has been a company member for six seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where he has appeared in Animal Crackers; Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella; Love’s Labor’s Lost; Henry IV Part Two; WillFul; She Loves Me; The Merchant of Venice; The Servant of Two Masters; Paradise Lost; Macbeth; Much Ado about Nothing; View from the Bridge; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; The Comedy of Errors; The Taming of the Shrew; and On the Razzle. He has also appeared in Waiting for Godot at Marin Theatre Company, Cymbeline at The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington D.C. and A Circus Christmas Carol at International City Theatre in Long Beach. He is a graduate of University of California, Irvine.
Angela DiMarco and her loving family think it’s fitting that her Seattle Repertory debut is as a feisty Italian. Angela is a Seattle native and has been acting since she was a child. She was in the award winning film All I Want is Christmas, starring Elliott Gould. Locally, Angela has worked with Seattle Shakespeare Company, Village Theatre, Intiman, ReAct, and more. Last year she was in Azeotrope’s production of Jesus Hopped the A Train and played Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead at Seattle Public Theatre. She and her husband, David S. Hogan, give back to the community by teaching and producing through their company, Mighty Tripod Productions. Angela is a three time Gregory Award Nominee.
Cheyenne Casebier was last seen at Seattle Rep as Jane in This as well as Dancing at Lughnasa, Betrayal, The Three Musketeers, Twelfe Night and The Great Gatsby. At Seattle’s ACT she recently performed in Celebration and Old Times in the Pinter Festival and the Ramayana. NYC credits include understudy in The Glass Menagerie on Broadway starring Jessica Lange, Can’t Let Go, The Intoxicating Accelerating Death Machine, Chicks with Dicks, and Lesbian Pulp-o-Rama. Regional credits include Long Wharf, Colorado Shakespeare Festival and Guthrie Theater where she appeared in The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, Othello, Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Film and TV: “John Adams”, “Two and a Half Men”, “Use As Directed” and upcoming, “The Bath”, a short film starring Kathleen Chalfant and Frank Corrado. Ms. Casebier has trained with Shakespeare’s Globe in London, Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, British American Drama Academy and holds an MFA from the Professional Theatre Training Program at the University of Delaware.
Marc Camoletti authored more than 40 plays and became a Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur in France. Boeing Boeing, his first major international success, ran for seven years and 2,000 performances in its debut London production. It became the Guinness Book of Records most performed French play worldwide. The Paramount film starred Jerry Lewis, Tony Curtis and Thelma Ritter. A later play, Don’t Dress for Dinner, also ran for seven years in London’s West End. A French citizen, born in Geneva, and an acclaimed artist and associate of the Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts, Marc Camoletti’s theatre career launched with three plays running simultaneously in numerous languages and some 55 countries. He died in 2003.
Beverley Cross (1931-1998) achieved instant success in 1959 with One More River starring Sir Michael Caine and directed by Laurence Olivier. His second play, Strip the Willow, made his future wife Dame Maggie Smith a star. Among his other successes were the musical comedy Half a Sixpence (1963) based on HG Wells’ book Kipps and his screenplay of Jason and the Argonauts.
Francis Evans is a translator who lives in London.
Allison Narver’s recent local credits include: Or, Three Tall Women, Memory House and Bad Dates at Seattle Repertory Theatre; Animal Crackers at Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Romeo and Juliet at Intiman Theater; Eurydice, The Clean House, Female of the Species, and A Christmas Carol at A Contemporary Theater in Seattle; Robin Hood, Bluenose and The 100 Dresses at Seattle Children’s Theater; Orange Flower Water at New Century Theater; Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre; and Little Women at Book-It. At the Empty Space TheatreAllison directed the world premieres of Bust by Lauren Weedman, Vera Wilde by Chris Jeffries, 1984 adapted from George Orwell’s novel by Allison Narver and Wayne Rawley, G-D Doesn’t Pay Rent Here (25 Questions for a Jewish Mother) byJudy Gold and Kate Moira Ryan, Texarkana Waltz by Louis Broome and Valley of The Dolls. Nationally, Allison’s work has been seen at Studio Theater, Pittsburgh City Theatre, Portland Stage Company, Alice B. Theater, Boise Contemporary Theatre, Circle X Theater, Redcat, Portland Center Stage, Annex Theater and Yale Repertory Theater. In New York her work has been seen at The Kirk Theater, The Public Theater, The New Victory Theater, Ars Nova and The Women’s Project. Allison is the former Artistic Director of The Empty Space Theater, Annex Theater and the Yale Cabaret. Other recent projects include Villains by Hunter Bell and Jeff Bowen for Disney Creative. Allison has an MFA in directing from Yale School of Drama.
Carey Wong’s theatre credits include Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Syracuse Stage, ACT Theatre, Intiman, Seattle Children’s Theatre, The Village Theatre, Tacoma Actors Guild, Childsplay, Phoenix Theatre, Prince Music Theater, and Hey City Theater. He has been Resident Designer for Portland Opera, Opera Memphis, and Wildwood Park for the Arts. Regional opera credits include Seattle Opera, Spoleto Festival USA, New York’s Valhalla Wagnerfest, Pittsburgh Opera, Opera Carolina, Des Moines Metro Opera, Vancouver Opera, and the San Francisco Opera Center. Carey is a graduate of Yale College and attended Yale School of Drama. Recent projects have included The Magic Flute (Beijing Music Festival), Una Pareja De Miedo (Nearco Producciones, Spain), The Nutcracker (Ballet Arizona), Rossini’s Otello (Opera Southwest), Uncle Ho To Uncle Sam (ACT Theatre) and Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet (Book-It). Upcoming projects include a new musical version of James and the Giant Peach (Seattle Children’s Theatre), Don Giovanni (Opera Southwest), and Our Town for Phoenix Theatre. He has designed Inspecting Carol, Sylvia, Birdie Blue, Murderers, and The Chosen for Seattle Rep.
Frances’ collaboration with Allison Narver, fellow designers, cast and costume crew on this wonderful farce has been a revelation and joy. Her past designs at the Rep are The Glass Menagerie, Opus, Betrayal, You Can’t Take It With You, Twelfe Night, By the Waters of Babylon, Birdie Blue, Doubt, Living Out, New Patagonia and When Grace Comes In. In Seattle, her costumes have been seen at ACT Theatre, The 5th Avenue Theatre, Intiman, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and the Pat Graney Dance Company. Regionally, she has designed for The Long Wharf Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, South Coast Rep, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Denver Center Theatre Company, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, the Geffen Playhouse, Arizona Theatre Company, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, the Mark Taper Forum, and Broadway. When not working in theater, Ms. Kenny is a wardrobe stylist for commercials, still shoots, and related media.
L.B. Morse is a lighting, scenic, and multimedia designer for theatre and dance. Previous designs at Seattle Rep include: The Glass Menagerie (lighting), Clybourne Park (lighting), Or, (lighting), Sylvia (lighting), This (scenery and lighting), The K of D, an urban legend (co-scenic design), Dancing at Lughnasa (lighting), Opus (lighting), Breakin’ Hearts & Takin’ Names (scenery and lighting), Betrayal (lighting and multimedia), My Name is Rachel Corrie (lighting), Tom Pain (based on nothing) (lighting), and Twelfe Night (multimedia). He has also designed for ACT, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Strawberry Theatre Workshop, Intiman, Seattle Shakespeare Company, On the Boards, Lingo dancetheater, Maureen Whiting Dace Co., and Empty Space, among others. L.B. holds a BA in Theatre Arts and a Graduate Certificate in Scenic Design from University of California, Santa Cruz, and is the Associate Designer here at Seattle Rep.
Rob is pleased to be returning to Seattle Rep, where he previously created music and sound for I Am My Own Wife and Of Mice and Men. Other recent work includes Love’s Labour’s Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Hamlet (Seattle Shakespeare Company); Romeo and Juliet (Intiman); These Streets and The Seagull (ACT Theatre ’s Central Heating Lab). Recent performance credits include A Doctor in Spite of Himself (Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep and Intiman Theatre ), Servant of Two Masters (Shakespeare Theatre Co.) and Fiddler on the Roof (Village Theatre). In 2011, Rob received a Gregory Award for outstanding music and sound design.
Judith Shahn has coached at Seattle Rep for the last 25 years for such plays as American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross, Of Mice and Men, The Road to Mecca, The Waters of Babylon, Private Lives, and The Sisters Rosensweig. Judith has had previous collaborations with Allison Narver last summer in Intiman’s Romeo & Juliet and several seasons back at ACT on Clean House. She is the voice/dialects teacher at the University of Washington’s graduate actor training program and trains business professionals as a consultant in Vibrant Speaking.
Selected stage management credits: The Servant of Two Masters (Shakespeare Theatre Company, Guthrie Theater); Of Mice and Men, Fences, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Seafarer, You Can’t Take It With You, The Night Watcher, Birdie Blue, Gem of the Ocean (Seattle Repertory Theatre); Cinderella, Guys and Dolls, White Christmas, Cabaret (5th Avenue Theatre); A Doctor In Spite of Himself, Othello (Intiman Theatre); Lyle the Crocodile, I Was A Rat (Seattle Children’s Theatre); Cloaked (Village Originals); Aida, L’Italiana in Algiers (Seattle Opera). Additional stage management: Icicle Creek Theatre Festival (Seattle), Ordway Center For Performing Arts, History Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre (Minneapolis/St. Paul). Former associate producer at The Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis and producer of sketch comedy and improv shows.
Credits include: Red, Clybourne Park (Seattle Rep); Cinderella, RENT, The Music Man (5th Avenue Theatre); The Lion in Winter, Romeo and Juliet,
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); Abe Lincoln in Illinois (Intiman Theatre); The Wizard of Oz, Jackie and Me, Lyle the Crocodile, In the Northern Lands: Nordic Myths, A Tale of Two Cities, Bluenose (SCT); Don Quixote, The Barber of Seville, Amelia (Seattle Opera); La Cenerentola (Spoleto Festival ’08); Stage Management Intern for Twelfe Night, Birdie Blue, The Imaginary Invalid (Seattle Rep).
Michael B. Paul
Assistant Stage Manager
Mr. Paul most recently stage managed Good People at SRT, ELF, The Musical at 5th Avenue Theatre, The Cat in the Hat at Seattle Children’s Theatre, and First Date, a co-production with ACT Theatre and 5th Avenue Theatre. Regional credits include: The Guthrie, The Shakespeare Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, The Alliance Theatre, The Manhattan Theatre Club, The Oregon Shakespeare Theatre, and the late Alaska Repertory Theatre. Boeing Boeing is Mr. Paul’s 45th production with Seattle Rep.