Aaron Burr Chris Ryan
Margaret Moncrieffe Jessica Renee Russell*
Martha Washington Heather Cunningham*
George Washington Kevin Gilmartin*
Anita Putnam Kelsea Baker
Ethel Putnam Lauren Sowa*

* member of Actors’ Equity. AEA Approved Showcase

Kelsea Baker (Anita Putnam)
most recently appeared in Nick and Molly Jump the Shark (Molly), part of The Samuel French Off Off B’way Short Play Festival. Other recent credits include Our Town (Emily Webb) and Pride and Prejudice (Lydia Bennet) at Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Kelsea is a student of Upright Citizens Brigade and a recent graduate of The University of Connecticut where she received her BFA in Acting. Much love to family and friends!

Heather Cunningham (Martha Washington) most recently played Ethel Rosenberg in a developmental reading of Mozzlestead’s Trial. Off-Broadway: Mrs. Shandig, The Runner Stumbles – The Bleecker Company; Prisoner, Far Away – New York Theatre Workshop. Indie Theater: Benefactors (NYITAwards nominee Outstanding Actress in a Lead, Outstanding Production), The Desk Set (NYITAwards nominated Outstanding Production), Women and War (world premiere), Holy Days (NYC premiere), Still Life (Back Stage East “Performance to Remember”) – Retro Productions; Mrs. California (NYC premiere) – River Heights Productions; Metropolitan Playhouse Living Literature Series; Laviathan Lab; Boomerang Theatre Company; Young Playwrights; KEF Productions. For additional credits please visit Up Next: Sheila in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg for Retro Productions at the Workshop Theater Company’s Mainstage Theater in May, 2013.

Kevin Gilmartin (George Washington)
Off Broadway: “Professor Bernhardi” (Marvell Repertory Theatre), “A Romance” (Lion Theatre 42nd St.); Off-Off Broadway: “A Barbershop in Pittsburgh”; Regional Theatre: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (New Brunswick Theatre Festival), “According To Goldman” (Alliance Repertory Theatre), “Recycling Day” (The Theatre Project), and staged readings of new works such as “Secrets” by Ken Wydro and “Engagement Rules” by Rich Orloff for Marvell Repertory Theatre, New Brunswick Theatre Festival, Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, and New Jersey Repertory Theatre among others. Film: “The False Fronts of ’92”, “Groomed”, “Wormbug”, “Near Fall” (TV Pilot). He is shooting four new short films in January 2013. TV commercials and print ads for Federal Express, New York Post, Xerox, J&B Scotch, Konica Cameras, Chemical Bank, and Chevrolet, among others.

Chris Ryan (Aaron Burr) last appeared at The Metropolitan Playhouse in Russian Tea.  Regional: Twelfth Night (Westport Country Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (North Carolina Shakespeare Festival), The Oneida Project by Amy Freed (reading — Traveling Jewish Theater, San Francisco).  NYC: Jokanaan in Salome (The Flea), Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew (Hamptons Shakespeare Festival), Gallery Players, American Thymele Theater, Lookingglass Theater. Graduate of Stanford University and the William Esper Studio.

Jessica Renee Russell (Margaret Moncrieffe)
NYC: The Girl from Nashville (EBE Ensemble), My Past Girlfriends (Best Supporting Actress, NY Avant Garde Festival), Romeo and Juliet and Henry V. Regional: The Importance of Being Earnest (Best Supporting Actress Nominee), The Diary of Anne Frank, Language of Angels, and Much Ado about Nothing (Houston Shakespeare Festival). She filmed three feature and seven short films this year and her film Die with Me premiered at the Williamstown Film Festival.

Lauren Sowa (Ethel Putnam)
Recent stage credits: We’re Drunk/This is the End (The Old Vic, London); Juliet in the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival’s Romeo & Juliet; The Great Divide (Metropolitan Playhouse); All’s Well that Ends Well, Hamlet (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); As You Like It, Twelfth Night, Wait Until Dark, The Pajama Game, Little Shop of Horrors (Seacoast Rep); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Shakespeare Forum). Film Credits: Sadie (Invasive Image); Stalled, Purple, Passersby (NYU Tisch Film); Walk-Up (web series). BFA, NYU/Tisch