Jeremiah Maestas (John Park): Broadway: Macbeth (Lincoln Center Theater). Off/Off Broadway: Gluten! (59E59), Pterodactyls (Teatro Circulo); Questa (Wings Theatre Co.), The Minervae (OTSP), A Lesson in Art (Artful Conspirators). Regional and other credits: Earthquake Sun (San Diego Rep.); Long Day’s Journey Into Night (The Warner); The Elephant Man, Suddenly Last Summer, Compleat Female Stage Beauty, The Shape of Things (TheatreWorks); Love! Valour! Compassion! (Diversionary); Jesus Hopped the “A” Train (LPT); Macbeth (Sledgehammer); Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre Aspen). Film: The Canvasser, Jukka, The Tea Party. TV: “The Following”, “Madam Secretary”, “The Mysteries of Laura”, "Person of Interest". Education: MFA, Brooklyn College; BA, Univ. of San Diego. Proud member of AEA. www.jeremiahmaestas.com.
Roger Manix (Tom Greene): Acting Credits: F@*&#ed in the East Village (Wild Project), Gluten! (59E59), Pterodactyls (Teatro Circulo); The Seagull (dir. Obie-winner Mary Robinson); The Comedy of Errors (dir. Ray Virta); les Liaisons Dangereuses (dir. Langdon Brown); This (dir. Stephen Kaliski); Macbeth (dir. Michael Kier); As You Like It (dir. Ken Bush) Rhinoceros (dir. Michele Chivu); Salome, Unidentified Human Remains, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Scary Stories,Overheard (dir. Russell Dobular); Take Me Out, The Rimers of Eldrich (dir. Rose Bonczek). Readings: Tropical Family (dir. Rob Urbinati, The New Group) and The Hot Month (Boomerang Theatre Company). TV Credits: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Straight Plan for the Gay Man," "The Conan O'Brien Show," "The Dana Carvey Show," and HBO's "True Blood." Roger is the owner of Brooklyn Training Ground, a studio dedicated to the work of Sanford Meisner. MFA, Acting, Brooklyn College. brooklyntrainingground.com.
Sangi Varsano (Abby Greene) is thrilled to be working with Adjusted Realists for the first time on this spectacular play. Her recent credits include The Wolves(workshop production, dir. Lila Neugebauer), The World My Mama Raised(workshop, dir. Kip Fagan) and Jenny Schwartz's Krazytown (dir. Knud Adams). She is a graduate of NYU Tisch.
Maggie Low (Joyce Park) has been a New York actor for over thirty years working Off-Broadway, regionally, in independent films, television and radio. She has originated roles in Catholic School Girls, Candle in the Window, Times of War, The Big Vig, Venus' Diary and Kerry and Angie. She played Grace in Pterodactyls with Adjusted Realists. Recently she acted in and directed TITANS a new web-series. Feature films and television include: The Cold Lands, Postcards from America, Deborah Sampson, and a guest lead on Law & Order. Maggie currently teaches at Maggie Low Studio and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts; curates Play with Your Dinner at Coogan’s, and is a Lifetime Member of the Actors Studio.
Paul William Kruse (Playwright ) is a playwright, film/video maker, and teaching artist from western Wisconsin, living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is a founding member and the resident playwright of Hatch Arts Collective. Paul's work flows from his queer identity, Catholic roots, and ever-evolving experience of family. He creates stories in the context of community. Paul also has a fascination with speculative fiction and the creation of alternate realities. He loves to explore what other worlds can tell us about our own. Paul is excited to join the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas at Austin starting Fall 2017. paulwkruse.com
Will Taylor (Director) directed Hopeless Romantic Comedy (The PIT, Second City), The Bend In The Tree (The Gallery Players), #serials (The Flea), Rule of 7x7 (The Tank), Blogologues (The PIT), A Chorus Line (Timber Lake Playhouse), Scapino! (Timber Lake Playhouse), Heathcliff’s Back (Martha's Vineyard), Heathcliff and Wanda Christmas Telethon Spectacular (Don’t Tell Mama). Will created the dance show, On One Condition, challenging choreographers with unusual tasks. Choreography credits include the world premiere of The Legend Of Georgia McBride (Denver Center), Restoration Comedy (The Flea), Ultimate Man! (New York Musical Festival), Out Of The Basement (54 Below), Dani Girl (Exit, Pursued By A Bear), Oklahoma! (Timber Lake Playhouse), Guys and Dolls (Timber Lake Playhouse), edWARd2 (Dublin, Ireland). TV: “Lipsync Battle” Carnegie Mellon School Of Drama alum. www.willtaylorsite.com
Jeff Hinchee (Scenic and Costume Design)Gregorian (Waker Space Theater), Welcome to the Jungle and Just Jump (ARS Nova ANT Fest). Scenic Illustration: Something Rotten and Finding Neverland, Okeechobee Music Festival. Associate Design: Macbeth (Lincoln Center), Pippin (Music Box), I'll Eat You Last (Booth), Barber of Seville (Lyric Opera), The Year of Magical Thinking (Booth). Selected Set Dept.: Frozen (Broadway),Hairspray Live!, The Wiz Live! (ADG Award), Swan Lake and Nutcracker (Boston Ballet), American in Paris, Addams Family, Casa Valentina, Airline Highway, Hair, Pal Joey, Cry Baby. Production Graphic Designer for Baku 2015 European Games. Contributing Editor and Illustrator for Chance Magazine. Illustration clients: Penguin Random House, Interview, Broadway Box Office, MNSights, Isthmus, Bayer. Awards: 3x3 Illustration Annual 14 and 11, American Illustration 34.
Adrian Bridges (Music & Sound Design) is a guitarist, composer, and sound designer. He received both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from New York University’s Jazz Studies program, with emphasis on guitar and composition. He performs with hip hop collective, Elite For, and folk-rock group, Charade, and has worked with companies such as Theater In Asylum (¡Olé!, The Debates), Less Than Rent Theater (Little Town Blues, Diva), Live Source (As I Lay Dying), Lyra Theater (The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui), and Artilliers (Dreamplay, Sea/Sick). AWARDS: ¡Olé! - Creative Award Shortlist, 2014 Prague Fringe; Diva - Best Musical and Audience Favorite, 2013 United Solo Theatre Festival). More at www.adrianbridges.com.
Aaron Porter (Lighting Design) is a freelance lighting designer based in NYC. Recent designs include: One Flea Spare (Off-Broadway - Sheen Center), Songbird (Off-Broadway – 59E59), Great Awakening (Ars Nova), The Strangest (4th Street Theatre) and The Hound of Baskerville (Cape Fear Regional Theatre) Broadway Associate*/Assistant: Waitress*, The Price*, The Cherry Orchard*, Constellations, and On the Twentieth Century. Aaron received the 2013 RISING STAR AWARD presented by Live Design/USITT. www.aporterld.com
Ellen Curry (Production Stage Manager) is a stage manager and director. Stage management credits include The Crusade of Connor Stephens (Dewey Moss Productions, Midtown International Theatre Festival), Waste, Fraud, and Abuse (The Screaming Majority), The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (New Orleans Shakespeare Festival), Assassins (Town & Gown), RENT (Town & Gown), Dracula (Thalian Blackfriars), and Zombie U (Thalian Blackfriars). She has previously worked with Theatre NOW New York, The Space London, Alliance Theatre, Southern Repertory Theatre, Rivertown Theaters, Rose of Athens Theatre, and Two Left Feet Theatre Company. Ellen received her BA in Theatre from The University of Georgia. She is excited and thankful for the opportunity to work with Adjusted Realists.
Kat Anderegg(Assistant Stage Manager) recently moved to NYC to pursue her career in theatre and film. While mainly an actor and singer, she has previously worked with other theatre companies in the assistant stage management and public relations area including the Tabard Theatre in London and PSC Theatre in Florida. Kat received her B.A. in Theatre from the University of Georgia. She is excited for the opportunity to work with the Adjusted Realists.