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Andrew Burnap is a Tony Award-Winning Actor who has appeared in numerous critically acclaimed theatrical productions, television series, and films. Andrew is most known for originating the role of Toby Darling in Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance, directed by Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin, at the Barrymore Theatre on Broadway (Tony Award, Clive Barnes Award), at The Young Vic Theatre, and at the Noël Coward Theatre in London’s West End. Theatre credits include Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot at Lincoln Center Theater (Drama Desk nomination), The West Coast Premiere of The Legend of Georgia McBride at the Geffen Playhouse, the original production of Nicky Silver’s This Day Forward at The Vineyard Theatre, King Lear at The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival, and the title role of "Troilus" in The Public Theater/NYSF production of Troilus & Cressida. Other theatre credits include productions at Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, where he found his first professional home. His film work includes: Disney’s Snow White (upcoming), A24’s The Front Room (upcoming), A Star Is Born, Debbie, The Chaperone, Spare Room. TV: “Dear Edward,” “WeCrashed,” “Under The Banner of Heaven,” “The Good Fight,” “Younger,” “Instinct,” “The Code.” Andrew is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island (BFA) and Yale School of Drama, where he earned his MFA and was awarded the Herschel Williams Prize for Outstanding Ability in Acting. Andrew is honored to serve on the Board of The Chorus Of Westerly and is also a member of the class of 2020 Forbes 30 under 30.
MARIN IRELAND has been nominated for multiple Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel , Outer Critic, and Broadway League Awards. She was also nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in Neil Labute’s Reasons to be Pretty on Broadway. In her film work, Marin was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Noah Buschel’s film Glass Chin. She has also appeared in Taylor Sheridan’s Lionsgate feature Hell or High Water, Martin Scorsese’s film The Irishman, Noah Buschel’s film The Man in the Woods, Bryan Bertino’s film The Dark and The Wicked, Paul Harrill’s film Light from Light, David Prior’s FOX feature The Empty Man, and Matt Ross’s film 28 Hotel Rooms. Marin is best known for her work in television starring in the Amazon series "Sneaky Pete," the FX series “Y: The Last Man”, and season 2 of the Netflix series “The Umbrella Academy”. She also starred in the NBC mini-series “The Slap” and has appeared in HBO’s “Girls”, Showtime’s “Master of Sex” and “Homeland”, among others. Ireland will next be seen starring in Ridley Scott’s upcoming series “Sinking Spring” for Apple TV+, and starring in 20th Century’s feature The Boogeyman.
Zachary James: Broadway: Addams Family, South Pacific, Coram Boy TV: "Succession," "Blacklist," "Law&Order," "30 Rock," "SNL," "Murphy Brown." Opera/Concert: Metropolitan Opera, English National Opera, LA Opera, Teatro Real, Opera Queensland, Opera Philadelphia, Dallas Opera, NY Philharmonic, NHK Symphony Tokyo, Philadelphia Orchestra, etc. 2022 Grammy Award Winner, BroadwayWorld Vocalist of the Decade, Classical Post Most Innovative Artist, Verismo Magazine Breakout Artist, Opera Wire 30 Most Influential LGBTQ+ Artists. Albums: Intergalactic, Exordium, Impossible Dream, Call Out, Wonder & Joy @theofficialzacharyjames
Erik Lochtefeld Second Stage: Metamorphoses, Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci. Broadway: King Kong, Misery, Metamorphoses. Off-Broadway: Unknown Soldier (Playwrights Horizons), Macbeth (CSC) Napoli, Brooklyn (Roundabout), The Light Years (Playwrights), A Funny Thing…of NYC (MCC), Stupid F***ing Bird (The Pearl), Small Mouth Sounds (Ars Nova), Row After Row (Women’s Project), Melancholy Play (13P), February House (Public Theater). TV/Film: "Law & Order," "Blacklist," "Madame Secretary," "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." He is married to playwright Laura Eason.
Broadway: Camelot, Macbeth, West Side Story,To Kill a Mockingbird. Off-Broadway: The Low Road, Assassins, An Octoroon, The Flick, Pocatello, Patron Saint. Regional: What the Constitution Means to Me, Court Life, Gnit. LCT3: Verité. TV: “When They See Us,” “The Blacklist,” “Orange is the New Black,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Elementary,” and “Veep.” Film: White Noise.
BY JEN SILVERMAN
Jen Silverman is a playwright, novelist, and screenwriter. Plays include Spain; Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties; The Moors; The Roommate; Witch, and Highway Patrol. Books include the novel We Play Ourselves and story collection The Island Dwellers; Jen’s next novel is forthcoming from Random House in 2024. Jen is a three-time MacDowell Fellow and a member of New Dramatists. Honors include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim. Jen also writes for TV and film.
DIRECTED BY TYNE RAFAELI
Tyne Rafaeli is a Drama Desk-nominated director whose work spans theater, TV, film and audio. Tyne is currently co-producing and directing Vantage, a new scripted audio series with Emmy Rossum’s company. Theater directing credits include Keith Bunin’s The Coast Starlight (Lincoln Center), Brian Watkins’ Epiphany (Lincoln Center), Sylvia Khoury’s Power Strip (LCT3) and Selling Kabul (Playwrights Horizons, Williamstown Theatre Festival), Ming Peiffer’s Usual Girls (Roundabout) and Craig Lucas’s I Was Most Alive With You (Playwrights Horizons). TV directing credits include “The Good Fight” and “Single Drunk Female.”