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Hurlyburly, By David Rabe

Directed by Mark Gerald Douglas

The Cast

 

Colleen Berry (Bonnie) Originated the role of Syl in "The Ditch" at the John Houseman Studio Theatre. As a company member of National Players for two seasons, she toured as Maria, "Twelfth Night"; Curly's Wife, "of Mice and Men" and various roles in "Taming of the Shrew" and "Cyrano de Bergerac". She has also been seen as Bette, "The Marriage of Bette and Boo"; Rosalind, "Twelfth Night"; and Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune." She currently studies with Larry Singer at the Michael Howard Studios. Thank you to her family and friends for all their love and support.
   
John Del Vecchio (Phil) Born and raised in New York City; a graduate of Hofstra University, John has appeared in numerous off and way off-Broadway productions. He is the co-founder of Amici Ensemble which produced "A Hatful of Rain" at CenterStage NY. He also co-produced and starred in the world premiere of "Rumba" at The HomeGrown Theatre. Currently, John is working towards producing and starring in Jonathan Marc Sherman's "Veins and Thumbtacks." He would like to thank all his friends for their support and, whether they know it or not, their inspiration. I am who I am because of you. Grazie.
   

Timothy Flynn (Eddie) Tim’s training took place in Washington, D.C. where he received an MFA in Acting from Catholic University.  He recently relocated to New York from the D.C. area, but during his stay in the nation’s capitol, he performed at the Kennedy Center, the Olney Theatre Center, Theatre J, Washington Jewish Theatre, The Source Festival, The Rep Stage, Library Theatre, and completed two tours with the National Players. Favorite roles include: Bennedick, “Much Ado About Nothing”; Dysart, “Equus”; “man”, “Closetland”; and Duke S./Duke F.; “As You Like It”.  Tim is grateful for the strong support of his family.

   
Michael Hardart (Mickey) Michael Hardart last appeared in Eugene O’Neill’s BREAD AND BUTTER at the Impact Theatre.  He has also appeared as File in the RAINMAKER with the Iowa Touring Theatre Company, and as Joe in A POSTAL PLAY here in New York.  He can next be seen in THE DOCTOR OF ROME, Nat Colley’s sequel to THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, at the Greenwich Street Theatre.  He is a student of Larry Singer’s at Michael Howard Studios.
   
Jenna Jolley (Darlene) Jenna spends most of her time doing seedy off-off Broadway, regional theatre, Indie films, unproduced television, and numerous commercials. Her favorite of each is as follows: Kathy - Home Again Home Again Jiggety Jig (Etc.), Cara Ashley - Imagining Me (Indie), Juliet - Romeo & Juliet (Salt Lake Shakespeare), Theresa - Elizabeth Street (ABC), Remote-Control-Wrestling-Young-Wife - AT&T.

 

   
Tony Mangia (Artie) Tony has studied acting at HB Studios and the Creative Acting Company. Hurlyburly marks his return to the stage after a two year hiatus while he opened his bar, Rufus. He has had a recurring role as a fireman on the television series "Third Watch" and had parts in HBO's "OZ", the films, "Flawless", "Hostile Posse", and "Muse of the Coyote Ugly" and can be seen in the upcoming film, "God Has a Rap Sheet".
   
Kate Mullen (Donna) Kate Mullen, originally from Manchester, New Hampshire, is a recent graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NYC) where she performed such roles as Patsy in "The Rimers of Eldritch", Felicity in "The Real Inspector Hound" and Lisa in "A Boy's Life." She currently studies at the Michael Howard Studios. Special thanks to Larry Singer and Alex Neil Much love to her mom for her support.

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