Lori Kee will direct the two person cast. Kee has directed "Goat" by Don Nigro and the premiere of "Tenessee" by John Patrick Shanley at
the Gene Frankel Theatre, Labyrinth Theatre Company and at the Signature Theatre for the Planet Festivity Gala. She won an award for
Outstanding Direction short play at Planet Connection 2014 for her work on "Vacation All I Ever Wanted..." by Bricken Sparacino. Kee has
taught since she was a teenager, and is currently teaching acting and voice at the City University of New York. She teaches private lesson
in addition to her classroom setting courses. Kee is also a theater film actress. She plays Jane Austen in the webseries "The Jane Games."
Ivette Dumeng (Chaplin) is an accomplished theater and film actress, and a co-founder of the Nylon Fusion Theatre Company. Recently, she
has played Alicia in John Jiler’s “Half Moon Bay,” at The New Ohio Theatre. Dumeng has a history with the Strindberg Repertory, where she
played the titular leads in “Miss Julie” and "Kristina." Dumeng received the Best Director award by Planet Connections in 2013 for her
work on the world premieres of "Marina" and "Mata Hari," two plays by Don Nigro.
Tatyana Kot (Anastasia) is a member of the Nylon Fusion Theatre Company. Kot has trained to be a ballerina in Khazakstan, and studied
Archaeology in Russia. She later moved to the USA and worked as an aide for people with disabilities. Kot has acted with Nylon Fusion
Theatre Company and Blessed Unrest Theatre Company in New York. She won Best Acctress Award in 2012 Midtown International Theater Festival
and in the 2013 Planet Connections Theater Festivity.
Movement direction by Martin Boersma, sound design by Andy Evan Cohen, lighting design by Gilbert Lucky Pearto, costumes by Janet Mervin,
dramaturgy by Janet Bentley, and video by Al Foote III. Don Nigro is one of the mst frequently published contemporary
playwrights. Two of his plays, “Anima Mundi” and “The Dark Sonnets of the Lady,” have been nominated for the National Repertory Theatre
Foundation’s National Play Award. Nigro won a Playwriting Fellowship Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for his play "Fisher
King," and grants from the Mary Reinhart Foundation for "Terre Haute." He is most well known for his plays "Seascape with Sharks and a
Dancer," "Cinderella Waltz," "Ravenscroft," "The Dark Sonnets of the Lady," and "Glamorgan and Other Plays."