Sean is delighted to make his Theatre Exile debut! Thanks to Joe and Deborah for making it possible, and Clare for the constant love and support. Love to Mom and Dad. Past Credits Include: Metamorphoses, Macbeth, Three Sisters u/s, The History Boys u/s (Arden Theater), The Glass Menagerie (Act II Playhouse), Hansel and Gretel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Wind in the Willows, Hamlet, She Stoops to Conquer, Antigone, The Merchant of Venice, The Venetian Twins, Apology, Measure for Measure (Quintessence Theatre Group) Five Kings (Revolution Shakespeare), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale (Delaware Shakespeare Festival), Lord of the Flies (Curio Theatre), Hamlet, As You Like It (Philadelphia Shakespeare), Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre Horizon). Training: University College Dublin (MA), The University of the Arts (BFA).
Susanne Collins is so excited to be making her Theatre Exile debut! A
graduate of the University of the Arts, she is a founding member of the
Plant Me Here artist collective, and is one half of the performance duo
Miniature Refrigerator Operator alongside Kevin Meehan. Recent credits:
The House at the End of the World (Plant Me Here, 2016 Fringe), Nowhere
Fast (Sam Tower + Ensemble/BRAT Productions), Two Walkens
(MiniFridgeOp), Swamp Is On (Pig Iron w/ Dr. Dog). Much love and thanks
to Joe and Deb, her family, the moms, and of course Kevin.
Trevor William Fayle
Trevor is elated to be making his second showing on the exile stage! Some recent credits include Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare in Clark Park) The Radicalization of Bradley Manning (Inis Nua) Photograph 51 (Lantern Theatre) and The Whale (Thearre Exile). Thanks to Kevin, Drew & the Family. Love, as always, to Campbell.
Amy is thrilled to be working with Theatre Exile. A graduate of Temple University, she holds her MFA in Acting from the University of Washington in Seattle. She has performed with Seattle Repertory Theatre, Opera House Arts, Hedgerow, Found Theater, and on various devised experimentalprojects. www.amyfrear.com
Catharine is a member of Actor’s Equity Association, and has been performing in Philadelphia since arriving in 1995. A native of Connecticut, she studied theater at Yale. In Philadelphia she has performed at Exile: Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, (Barrymore Best Actress) Emma in Annapurna, (Barrymore Nominee), Faye in Iron (Barrymore Nominee); The Arden: all roles in The Syringa Tree, (Barrymore Nominee), Gi in Northeast Local, among others. She’s also performed at InterAct, Live Arts Festival, Lantern, People’s Light, Act 2, Shakespeare in Clark Park, and Bristol Riverside. Outside of Philadelphia, Catharine has acted in NYC, Minneapolis, CT, MI, Russia, and Norway. Catharine is the recipient of The F. Otto Haas Award for Emerging Artists, a Barrymore Award, and an Independence Fellowship. She is an Assistant Professor at Bryn Mawr and has taught at Rowan, Yale, Özel Bilgi Lisesi in Turkey, and she has an ongoing partnership with a k-12 school in South Philadelphia, EM Stanton, where she works on Shakespeare.
Molly Ward- New York: Playwrights Horizons, Ensemble Studio Theater, Ma Yi Theater, 59E59 Theaters, Soho Rep, NY International Fringe Festival, Woodshed Collective, Brick Theater, HERE, Ohio Theater, Theater for the New City, PS122, Ontological Hysteric Theater, 4th Street Theater. Regional: American Repertory Theater, Hartford Stage, Denver Center, Pioneer Theater, Playmaker's Repertory Theater, Bard Summerscape, Barrington Stage, Provincetown Theater. International Festivals:Edinburgh International Festival, Festival D'Automne, Theater Der Welt, and
more. TV: Jessica Goldberg’s The Path with Aaron Paul (Hulu), Ali LeRoi's Are We There Yet? (TBS). Short film Creator: The Art of Wooing, The Martha series.Education: MFA Harvard/Moscow Art Theater School, BA Vassar College. Native of Philadelphia making my Philadelphia debut.
Directed by Joe Canuso
Set Designer: Colin McIlvaine
Lighting Designer: Thom Weaver
Costume Designer: Katherine Fritz
Sound Designer: Liz Atkinson
Props Master: Flora Vassar
Stage Manager: Jessica DeStefano