"..a top notch show.."
"..an impressive caliber of acting!"
" - simply amazing."
by Rick Robinson
Directed by Maureen Stanley
Six lives. One night.
Asymmetry chronicles the halting first steps of three fledgling relationships, as six damaged people fumble for intimacy and balance.
244 w 54th Street
12th Floor, NYC
June 2-4, 2011 @ 8pm
June 5, 2011 @ 2pm
Cast in Order of Appearance:
(Julius) Graduated from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2009. Recent stage credits include Cary's Chain Store Massacre, The Metamorphosis and The Mysterious Mystery of Mystery Street
(Priscilla) is a Canadian actress who now lives and works in New York City. She recently graduated from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (amda). Since graduation, she has appeared in The Losing Game at The Strawberry One-Act Festival as well as several one-acts with Love Creek Productions. She has made appearances on The Strange Dave Show and starred in three Independent films. She loves film but prefers to be in the theater and has dreams of doing Shakespeare on the big stage.
(Miguel) is a second generation Dominican American who started acting when already late into his college years. He changed his major over from Mathematics to complete his B.A. in Theatre and co-founded The Seven Collective Theatre Company after graduation. He has a growing list of film credits and most recently wrapped on the independent feature, Things I Don’t Understand written and directed by David Spaltro. Nabil is also proud to have contributed to David Michalek‘s incredible visionary work: PORTRAITS IN DRAMATIC TIME, to be featured in the upcoming Lincoln Center Festival 2011.
(Sandy) was born and raised in NJ via the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn. Her favorite roles thus far: Catherine in The Me Nobody Knows, Emily in Our Town, Roberta in Danny and The Deep Blue Sea, Taddy Jo in The Best Little Whorehouse… and Columbia in Rocky Horror Picture Show. Leticia is most proud of her grassroots work with The Positive Impact Ensemble (PIE) in Faces of Reality, which was produced by the Anti Bias Crime Unit of the State of NJ. She toured with PIE, bringing the message of compassion and understanding to over 200 area high schools as well Toronto, Canada where it received honorary citations.
(Cody) New York: The Last Supper (Pete). Film/Web: The Cost, Union (Dir. AC Weary). Tours: Chamber Theatre’s Encore and the title role in Steven Berkoff’s Agamemnon. Regional: Humbug (World Premiere), Romeo and Juliet (Romeo), Bug (Peter), The Mystery of Irma Vep (Perry Award nomination), The Shape of Things (NJ premiere, Dir. Ted Sluberski). Jeff Ronan holds a BFA from Kean University and has studied at the Moscow Art Theatre School under Sergey Zemtsov. He can next be seen in the upcoming feature film Work It and playing Charlie Chaplin in a stage biography with St. George Living History Productions.
(Maggie) is an NYC-based actor who recently graduated from Central Connecticut State University where she earned a B.F.A. in Acting and a B.A. in Communication, two fields for which she has a deep love and appreciation. Her most recent role was as Phoebe in Shakespeare’s As You Like It. She also had the opportunity to write, direct, and produce original theatrical productions and shoot and edit short film projects. Though trained in theatre, she also enjoys performing for film. Her most notable role being in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, starring Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner, in which she plays alongside her twin sister as Bar Twin #2. She has been blessed to be involved in other film projects in NYC, NJ, CT, MA, and PA, one of which will screen in May.