Melisa Breiner-Sanders

Mélisa Breiner-Sanders Off-Broadway: The Last Seder (Theatre Three), As Wide As I Can See (HERE Arts Center). NY Theatre: Lear (Shakespeare Forum), Lies We Tell Ourselves (NY Fringe Festival). Film: Being Here, Dressed. Web series: We're Breaking Up, My Secret Friend. Founder of Breiner-Sanders Productions. Some highlights include the short film Him&Her&Him (writer/director/producer) and the feature film Seven Lovers (Producer and UPM). MFA in Acting from The Theatre School at DePaul University. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity, and a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Josh Bywater

Josh Bywater is an actor and writer currently based out of Chicago. Productions with CRY HAVOC include Michael Bay’s America Part IV, realer than that (2009 Samuel French Festival Winner), and Good Enough. Other NYC credits include Greasemonkey, Bea Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (Ars Nova), and Falling (NYCFringe). Chicago and regional credits include Nocturne (Greenhouse Theater Center), Cicada (Route 66 Theatre), Fat Pig (Steppenwolf), Tennessee Williams’ One Arm (Steppenwolf/Tectonic/About Face), The Story (Goodman Theatre), The Aliens, and The Crucible, among others. TV credits include Chicago Fire, Crisis, Betrayal, Grey’s Anatomy, and As the World Turns. He’s worked on several short and feature films including The View From Tall, which saw its World Premiere in 2016 at the LA Film Festival. He has written several short plays and is working on his first feature length screenplay. He studied at the School at Steppenwolf, and is a member of the Acting Company at NY Madness and a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Mary Cavett

Mary Cavett is a Brooklyn-based actor and dancer. She has performed in New York, regionally and internationally. Theater work includes: Romeo & Juliet (CRY HAVOC), The Shape She Makes (ART), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, Macbeth and David Ives’ The Liar (Santa Cruz Shakespeare), Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Julius Caesar, Much Ado About Nothing (Smith Street Stage), ENDURE: A Run Woman Show (Melanie Jones/ Edinburgh Fringe), and Sweet Smell of Success in concert w/ Jeremy Jordan and Marc Kudisch (American Cancer Society). TV/ Film: Pan Am, All My Children, Surrogate Valentine & Hey Diddle Diddle. Mary spent 8 seasons as a Radio City Rockette and is a founding member of the Ragdoll Engine Collective. Mary is currently working toward her MFA in acting at The Juilliard School (Group 49) and received her BFA in drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Stella Adler Studio of Acting and London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. A member of Actors Equity, SAG-AFTRA and American Guild of Variety Artists. Mary is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company.
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Annalisa Chamberlin

Annalisa Chamberlin is a New York City based actor and a graduate of The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. She is proud and honored to be a Resident Actor with The CRY HAVOC Company and also a member of the Wallis Knot theater company. Recent theater work includes Lennox in For Goodness Sake (Radioactive Festival), Gwen Chrystie in Between Two Worlds (HERE), Priscilla in Oh My! The Musical (IRT), Ophelia in The Next to the Last Hamlet on the Left (Wallis Knot), contemporary dance theater in WET (Wallis Knot) and in Paper (Hudson Guild Theater), Jean in Deadman's Cellphone by Sarah Ruhl (Millbrook Playhouse, PA), as well as performances in several original CRY HAVOC plays including The West Wing, Party Girl, and Winter Break. Annalisa has also acted in a myriad of short films, including a yet untitled film starring The League's Stephen Rannazzisi, directed by Brad Barnes and Todd Barnes, and Imperfect Silence. She also starred in #Roommates, which made its debut at the Garden State Film Festival this year. She was briefly featured in The Locksmith (Sundance Film Festival Best Next Picture Award Winner 2010) also directed by Brad Barnes and Todd Barnes. Currently, she is starring in episodes of the new web series Into Girls. Annalisa is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company.Back to Artists

Will Clark

Will Clark Previously a music teacher with a degree from FSU School of Music, Will Clark moved to New York in 2005 to study theater. He studied Meisner technique under the tutelage of JoAnna Beckson. He has since starred in dozens of short films, including Go Down To Jordan, which was recently featured at the 2009 ACE Film Festival. Will has developed screenplays, including works of his own, with the Renart Films production team, as well as other established filmmakers, and is proud and pleased to play a role in the cultivation of various theater and film projects being developed by CRY HAVOC. Will is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Chris Comfort

Chris Comfort is an actor, editor and music composer/producer/sound designer. His stage work has included playing the title role in The Cooking King as well as six different roles in Kristy Hasen’s Business. He has appeared in Guiding Light, Damages, and as the lead in the independent short films Dirty Laundry and The Hooligans. Over the years, Chris has been seen in numerous regional, national, and international commercials. Chris is the creator, director, editor and co-star of the comedy YouTube series Sex Talk with Kenyon and Chris. Chris's music composition credits include the short film Rainbow Rabbit Reliant (written and directed by CRY HAVOC's Kitt Lavoie), the feature film Last Chance and the Off-Broadway play The Eyes of Babylon. Chris is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Sharon Cooper

Sharon Cooper's five full-length plays and dozens of short plays have been produced in Germany, India, Hungary, England, Singapore, and across the U.S. Her plays are published in The Best 10-Minute Plays of 2010, 2014 and 2016; Laugh Lines: Short Comic Plays; and several college textbooks including The Bedford Introduction to Literature and Literature to Go. Sharon has won several awards for her writing, including “Outstanding Short Play” in the Planet Connections Festival and she was a finalist in the Short and Sweet Festival in Sydney, Australia, for her play Painting 17. She was produced three times at The Keller Theatre in Giessen, Germany, including a commission of A Visit to the Bronx. Sharon studied at the Kennedy Center’s Playwriting Intensive Summer Program and New York University, where she focused on filmmaking and screenwriting and arts/public policy. She is a writer on the new web series BKPI (Creator/Director: Hye Yun Park, produced by Super Deluxe). The original story for Sharon’s short film The Seven Men of Hanukkah (director: Daryl Lathon) was developed at CRY HAVOC and features Resident Artist Jenny Kirlin and Mike Houston, who plays “Officer Dixon” on Orange is the New Black. “The Seven Men of Hanukkah” has screened nationally in many festivals and was a winner of the Boston Jewish Film Festival. Sharon is a writing coach, English tutor and yoga instructor, a member of The Dramatists Guild, and a proud Resident Playwright of The CRY HAVOC Company and the Stillwater Writer’s Group. Back to Artists

Matt Cowart

Matt Cowart's Broadway credits include the Tony award winning production of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill (Associate Director), and 110 in the Shade (Assistant Director), both starring Audra McDonald. Matt’s recent work with the New York Philharmonic includes the Emmy Award winning production of Sweeney Todd, with Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel for PBS’ Live from Lincoln Center (Co-Producer and Associate Director); Company, starring Neil Patrick Harris, Stephen Colbert, Martha Plimpton, Jon Cryer, Patti LuPone, and Christina Hendricks (Producer and Associate Director); One Singular Sensation: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch; SONDHEIM:The Birthday Concert!; and Camelot, starring Gabriel Byrne. Additional directing credits: Sweeney Todd (Associate Director) and Sunset Boulevard (Associate Director), both for the English National Opera; Kiki Baby at the New York Musical Theater Festival, co-directed with longtime collaborator Lonny Price; Camp Wanatachi, a new “electro-musical” that premiered Off-Broadway at La MaMa ETC; Annie Get Your Gun at Ravinia, starring Patti LuPone (Associate Director); Take One Step with Peppercorn Theatre; Broadway: Three Generations at the Kennedy Center, co- directed with Mr.Price; Black Comedy with No Rules Theatre; My Favorite Things, a Rodgers & Hammerstein revue starring Shirley Jones (Associate Director); Beautiful Girls, starring Zoe Caldwell, Patti LuPone, Marin Mazzie, Donna McKechnie, and Jenn Colella (Associate Director). Film producing credits include HBO’s broadcast of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill, Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre in London’s West End, and the broadcasts of the New York Philharmonic’s Company and Sweeney Todd. Matt is a member of SDC and a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He is a Resident Artist and Head of the Directing Corps at The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Peter J. Crosby

Peter J. Crosby, a member of Actors Equity, has appeared in numerous musical and dramatic productions in New York and in regional theatres across the country. Featured roles include Henry Jekyll in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at the Public Theatre, Father Flynn in Doubt, Anthony Wilding in Enchanted April, and Walker/Ned in Three Days of Rain. Peter has also appeared on the Onion News Network, As the World Turns, and in several independent films. Peter received his MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory. Peter is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Jennifer Curfman

Jennifer Curfman is a director and actor based in New York City. Recent directing credits include The Pawnbroker: Lies, Lovers, and Bertolt Brecht (FringeNYC/Fringe Encores); the world premiere of Peace, Love, and Cupcakes, The Musical (Vital Theatre); For Goodness Sake (Radium Girls/Radioactive Festival); Whale (Emerging Artists Theatre/Riant Theatre One-Act Festival); (One) Acts of HAVOC (Manhattan Rep.); and Dear Nate (Midtown International Theater Festival). Associate directing and assisting credits include Lincoln Center Originals: The CRY HAVOC Company (Matt Cowart, Kitt Lavoie, dirs.); SINATRA: Voice for a Century (NY Philharmonic and Live from Lincoln Center - Lonny Price, Matt Cowart, dirs.); Romeo and Juliet (Kitt Lavoie, dir.); Legend of the Voice (Matt Cowart, dir.); Bros and Dolls (Joe’s Pub - Matt Cowart, dir.). Jennifer’s acting credits include the New York premiere of Dead Man Walking at the New York City Opera (Leonard Foglia, dir.), and roles with the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, Great Lakes Theater Festival, Colonial Theatre, American Globe Theater, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, and Luna Stage. Jennifer holds a B.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and Actors Equity Association, and an Associate Member of SDC. Jennifer is a Resident Artist and Associate Artistic Director of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Timothy Davis

Timothy Davis A founding member of The CRY HAVOC Company, as well as a lifetime member of the Actors Studio, Tim currently recurs on Showtime's hit drama series, Billions. He's also appeared in Steven Soderbergh's The Girlfriend Experience and in Lena Khan's The Tiger Hunter, and, as a longtime New Yorker, the television staple, Law and Order, specifically Criminal Intent. He's worked in prominent theaters all over the country, such as the Berkshire Theatre Festival, Circle in the Square Downtown, The Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Odyssey, The Edgemar, NAATCO, AboutFace Theatre, and Diversecity Theatre. He's had the honor of playing many of the great Shakespearean roles, such as Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Mercutio, as well as appearing in other exciting projects such as the only Quentin Tarantino-authorized stage production of Reservoir Dogs. Timothy is a Resident Artist and Associate Artistic Director of The CRY HAVOC Company.Back to Artists

Kerry Flanagan

Kerry Flanagan Theater credits include: Sabbatical (Lincoln Center Originals: The CRY HAVOC Company, dir. Kitt Lavoie), Classic Whitney: Alive! (Joe's Pub/Cutting Room), Greasemonkey (Robert Moss Theater); Things as They Are (NYMF 2010, dir. Donna Drake); Saving Throw vs. Love (Fringe Encore Series, dir. Dann Fink); People Talk (dir. Jade King Carroll); Al Takes a Bride (Actors Studio, NYC, and Kirk Theater, Sydney, Australia); Faraway Bayou (dir. Stephen Nachamie); Tammy Faye. A Musical (industry reading, dir. Alex Timbers); It’s Karate, Kid! The Musical (dir. Jake Hirzel); The Median Line and Romeo & Juliet (CRY HAVOC, dir. Kitt Lavoie). Film/TV credits include: And So It Goes (dir. Rob Reiner, 2014); St. Vincent de Van Nuys (dir. Ted Melfi, 2014). Kerry is the Co-Vocalist of Goldenchild (, Debut LP released 2016. She was the background vocalist for Eden White Band (East Coast and Lilith Fair Tour). Kerry has appeared at Joe’s Pub, The Zipper Factory and several other NYC locations as part of the Train to Kill Gospel Choir backing Our Lady J. She holds an MFA from New School University. Kerry is a member of SAG/AFTRA, Actors Equity, a Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio, and a Resident Artist of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Zoe Frazer

Zoë Frazer has been in New York City since 2000. She holds an MFA from the Actors Studio at the New School University. Credits include: Broken, The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Memory of Water, Bastard of Orleans or Looking for Joan and Alice in Wonderland. Zoë is a founding member of the Third Encore Company, a Company Actor with Only Make Believe and a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Jerzy Gwiazdowski

Jerzy Gwiazdowski Broadway: The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Off-Broadway and beyond: Spinning the Times, End of Lines, Clocks and Whistles (Origin), Don't Quit Your Night Job (Above the Title prod.), Still Lives (WorkShop), Language of Angels, We Three (Lincoln Center Institute), Balm in Gilead (Barefoot), Ping-Pong Diplomacy (Reverie). Regional: The Playboy of the Western World, SyngeCYCLE (Pittsburgh Irish and Classical), ...Inishmore (Florida Studio Theatre), The Comedy of Errors (Roanoke Island Festival). TV/Film: Law & Order: SVU, Guiding Light, 3 Lbs, Across the Universe, and the independent feature Natural Causes. As a playwright: We Three (LCI, Lincoln Center Directors Lab), Proximity (Sonnet), Lacy Hoodoo (MUDasMAN), Michael Bay's America, Part IV (CRY HAVOC). Training: North Carolina School of the Arts. Jerzy is a Resident Artist and Managing Director with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Cavan Hallman

Cavan Hallman’s touring plays, which he also directs, have been performed over 20,000 times for nearly 5 million students across the United States. Other works have been performed in NYC, New Orleans, Chicago, Ireland, and on screen. The world premiere of his musical Pictures of Marilyn, at the National WWII Museum, was named one of the ten best musicals of 2016 by The New Orleans Times-Picayune. He has completed additional commissions for the National WWII Museum, the National Czech & Slovak Museum, Playtime Poppy, LID Productions, and others. Cavan is the Founder and Artistic Director of Mirrorbox Theatre, where he has directed the Iowa premieres of Exit Strategy, Red Speedo, and Luna Gale. He received his MFA in Playwriting from The University of New Orleans, where he has taught scriptwriting and acting. Cavan is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

William Jackson Harper

William Jackson Harper played Friar Laurence in CRY HAVOC’s Romeo & Juliet. He was also seen with other Resident Artists in Creative Writing at Luna Stage. Theatre Credits include – Broadway: All The Way; Off-Broadway: the Pulitzer Prize-winning production of Ruined (MTC/Goodman Theatre), Queens Boulevard (the musical) and Paradise Park (Signature Theatre Company), The Children of Vonderly (Ma-Yi Theatre Company) and Rich Boyfriend (The New Group). Other New York credits include The/King/Operetta (Waterwell), Neglect, Bike Wreck, (Ensemble Studio Theatre), and Full Bloom (Vital Theatre). Regional credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare in Santa Fe), Hamlet (Dallas Theater Center). Film and television work includes The Good Place, 30 Rock, All Good Things, Law & Order: CI, and the new incarnation of the 1970s classic, The Electric Company. Will is a member of Actors Equity and a Resident Artist of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Ali Keller

Ali Keller Her plays have been presented at various theaters across New York City including: Standards (The Dramatists Guild), Whale (Emerging Artists Theatre & The Riant Theatre), Here To Stay (The Gallery Players), For Goodness Sake (4th Street Theatre @ New York Theatre Workshop), Dear Nate (Midtown International Theatre Festival), Slut Claus (Manhattan Rep Theatre) and Good For You (The Assembly Hall at Judson Memorial Church). Readings of her plays Slut Claus, Dear Nate, Independent Christmas, Unresolved, Seven Fishes, and For Goodness Sake have been recorded as part of The CRY HAVOC Podcast. Select Film Credits include: Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened (production assistant), Believin' (Production Manager), Zero Issue (Producer). Select Associate Director and Assistant credits include: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill (Broadway), the 2012 Oscar Hammerstein Award, and Live From Lincoln Center: Sweeney Todd, and Rob Fischer Celebrates Kander & Ebb. Select Directing credits include: A Visit To The Bronx (Finalist in The Avery Theater Company's 20/20 Festival at The Phillipstown Depot Theater), Stage Mothers (The Clurman Theatre), and Clearence The Cannibal (The Bowery Poetry Club). Ali has worked as teaching assistant for Adam Gwon and Abe Koogler at Primary Stages. She received her B.A. in Theatre Arts at Bucknell University, is an alumnus of CRY HAVOC's Apprenticeship Program, participated in the SDCF Observership Program, and is an Associate Member of SDC and a Member of the Stillwater Writers Group and the Dramatists Guild of America. Ali is a Resident Playwright and Outreach Coordinator at The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Jenny Kirlin

Jenny Kirlin is an actor and playwright based in New York City. She has appeared in more than a dozen films, television shows, and national commercials, including featured roles in the films Motherhood (with Uma Thurman) and The Messenger (with Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster). She received awards for Best Supporting Actress at the Atlantic City Cinefest and Best Ensemble Performance at the Manalapan Independent Film Festival for her performance in the film Rainbow Rabbit Reliant. She has appeared often on the New York stage, including in Sondheim: The Birthday Concert (New York Philharmonic/PBS Great Performances), Chumming the Water (Ensemble Studio Theater), and as Romeo in CRY HAVOC’s acclaimed production of Romeo & Juliet. She has originated the roles of Stephanie in Believin' (New York New Works Theatre Festival), Katie in Coyote Katie's Return (Route 66/NY Fringe), Merriment in Don’t Wait/’Til It’s Too Late (Players Theatre), Ray-Lynn in Basilicata (Tip My Cup), Hecate in I’ve Never Told Anyone This (Green Light Theater), and Alexis in the widely produced Kat for Short. Jenny is the author of the plays The West Wing and Stay, both of which have been performed across the United States, as well as in Germany, South Africa, Costa Rica, and Indonesia, as well as the feature-length animated screenplay Pigeons. Jenny is a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA and is a Resident Artist and Associate Artistic Director of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Kitt Lavoie

Kitt Lavoie has directed more than 125 shows in the United States and Europe, including original productions of more than fifty plays. With CRY HAVOC, he has directed Lincoln Center Originals: The CRY HAVOC Company (co-production with Lincoln Center), Romeo & Juliet, The Median Line, Good Enough, Macbeth, Yukon Brass, Mikey Wears Braces, and the company's touring production of realer than that, as well as countless developmental workshops and readings. Kitt is the author of 32 produced plays and musical books, and is the only playwright ever to have their work produced on all seven continents during their lifetime. His plays have been translated into Spanish, Hungarian, Norwegian, and Latin. Plays include Sabbatical (Lincoln Center), Kiki Baby (Theater for the American Musical Prize), The Median Line (Herbert J. Robinson Award for Dramatic Writing), realer than that (winner, Samuel French Festival; published by Samuel French), Bank & Trust (Vintage Press, 2014), And it came to pass in those days… (Collective Press, 2015), and Good Enough (Vintage Press, 2015). Also a filmmaker, he produced and co-wrote the feature-length documentary Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, about the various life paths, in and out of show business, of the teenage actors who made up the original 1981 Broadway cast of Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along (New York Times Top Ten Films of 2016, Newsweek's Favorite Documentaries of 2016, Playbill's Top Five Theater Documentaries, Esquire's 20 Best Documentaries of All Time, Official Selection, 2016 New York Film Festival). His short film Rainbow Rabbit Reliant won multiple acting, directing, audience, and best film awards on the festival circuit. He works regularly as associate to director Lonny Price, including the Tony-nominated revival of 110 in the Shade and the Emmy-nominated PBS productions of Company, Sweeney Todd, and Sondheim: The Birthday Concert. Kitt holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Directing from The Actors Studio Drama School at New School University. He is Associate Professor of Acting and Directing at NSKI Høyskole (Norwegian Actors College) in Oslo, Norway, and sits on the Drama Faculty at the New School University College of Performing Arts in New York City. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, and the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society. Kitt is Artistic Director of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Rachel Neuman

Rachel Jay Neuman has appeared in New York in more than a dozen productions, including Good Enough (CRY HAVOC), The Greeks (IMUA! Theatre Company), Hansel and Gretel: A Re-imagining (Common Thread Theatre Co.), The Cherry Orchard (Chekhov Now Festival), and Not Entirely Platonic (Actor’s Playground). Regional and touring productions include Homeland Security (Leatherstocking Theatre Company), Dead End (Huntington Theatre Company), Rope (Stoneham Theatre), On the Verge (Little Lake Theatre), Curious George and Ramona Quimby (Theatreworks USA), and PieceMeal (No One Way Arts). Rachel has also directed the original productions of Party Girl (CRY HAVOC) and Moving Shortly (Common Thread). She is a member of Actors Equity and a Resident Artist of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Jane Pfitsch

Jane Pfitsch has appeared on Broadway in John Doyle's revival of Company (2007 Tony Award for Best Revival) and Les Liaisons Dangereuses (2008 Tony nominee for Best Revival). Off-Broadway and regional credits include The 39 Steps (New World Stages), Pumpgirl (Manhattan Theatre Club), Little Duck (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Barefoot in the Park (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Mrs. Warren's Profession (Alley Theatre), Educating Rita (Huntington Theater Company), David Ives' adaptation of The Liar (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), the world premiere of Alive and Well (Virginia Stage Company), and Beth in John Doyle's new production of Merrily We Roll Along (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park). Film and television credits include 27 Dresses and All My Children. She studied at the Brown University/Trinity Rep M.F.A. program. Jane is a Resident Artist of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Aubyn Philabaum

Aubyn Philabaum was recently named one of the Twelve Freshest Faces of 2009 in New York Theater (Patrick Lee, for her work in InViolet Rep’s Kiss Me On The Mouth, directed by Stephen Adly Guirgis. She has worked both regionally and in NY with The Yale Rep, ACT, InViolet Rep, CRY HAVOC, Singularity, Naked Angels, Hudson Stage, and the Lark Theatre. Television credits include: Criminal Minds (CBS), Parks and Recreation (MBC), and The Young and the Restless (CBS). She has appeared in numerous commercials, educational videos and short films throughout NYC and the Southwest. Company Member of InViolet Rep. BFA in acting, Boston University and London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts; MFA in acting, Yale School of Drama. Aubyn is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Jennifer Reichert

Jennifer Reichert is a playwright, actor, and producer. Her play Yukon Brass, developed in the CRY HAVOC Workshop, was a semi finalist in the Riant Strawberry One-Act Festival. Other works include Just Julian, Techs, Mikey Wears Braces, Bake Sale, Missionary Dating, and Twice Rather Perish (co-written with Kitt Lavoie). She has also appeared in New York as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (with CRY HAVOC), as well as on film in The Sonnet Project. Jennifer is a member of the Professional Playwrights Workshop at The Players, a Member of the Dramatists Guild, and a Resident Artist of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Chris Stack

Chris Stack has been an actor in New York City for 15 years and has worked with Ensemble Studio Theatre, Workshop Theater, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, HB Playwrights, Atlantic Theater, Second Stage, and The CRY HAVOC Company. Film work includes Lajos Koltai's Evening, Richard Linklater's School of Rock, Dylan Kidd's Roger Dodger, and Ron Beck's The Mini. Chris has two short films currently making the festival circuit, Nina Chernik's Maine Story, and Jeremiah Crowell's Small Collection. On television, Chris played Michael McBain on ABC's daytime One Life to Live, and has also worked on As The World Turns, Third Watch, Conviction, and The Education of Max Bickford. He is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio, and a Resident Artist of The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Becky Sterling Rygg

Becky Sterling Rygg is currently based in Whitefish, MT where she is owner/operator of Harlow Boutique and Harlowquinn Theatre. A NYC resident from 2007-2012, she was an ensemble member of Rising Sun Performance Company, a member of Endtimes Productions and a Resident Artist with CRY HAVOC. In 2012, Becky and Harlowquinn Theatre produced a night of one-acts in conjunction with CRY HAVOC's 15th Anniversary Worldwide Theater Festival and she continues to write short plays from afar. Recent writing credits include Puppy Love, Treetime, and Jianni's from Australia. Recent stage credits include Noises Off, The Importance of Being Earnest, God of Carnage, and Lombardi. Becky is a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists

Katelin Wilcox

Katelin Wilcox has a BA in Theatre and Economics from the University of Notre Dame. She spent a year as a Company Member at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, where she has appeared in 8 productions. Other acting credits include realer than that (CRY HAVOC), Island and King John (NY Shakespeare Exchange), Doubt (Public Theatre of Maine), Comedy of Errors (Vermont Shakespeare Co.) as well as several independent short films. She has directed for NY Shakespeare Exchange, Manhattan Repertory Theatre's Summerfest, Primary Stages ESPA and CRY HAVOC's Open Workshop series. Her one-woman show, The Pawnbroker, had its world premier in the United Solo Festival at Theatre Row in NYC, and has had several encore performances at CRY HAVOC. She is a member of Actors Equity and a Resident Artist with The CRY HAVOC Company. Back to Artists