CUP, timeless, otherwise known as Cupid
Malcolm Pepin is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College where he performed in such productions as Rabbitt Hole, Urinetown, This Is Our Youth, A Doll’s House, For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls and Tallgrass Gothic. He has also been seen in The Effects of Suburbia on an Otherwise Normal Brain at The Bridge Theatre and The Person I Once Wasat Liberty Free Theatre. Film credits include Late, Come Day, Go Day, Godsend Sunday and Direct Interrogation.
APHRO, timeless, otherwise known as Aphrodite
Meg Fee is a native Texan who first fell in love with acting at the wee age of twelve when forced to take a prose and poetry class, which the students affectionally called “frozen poetry”. From her humble beginnings as nothing more than a lover of words she began competing on a national level in the speech and debate arena to much success. In 2004 she was a National Arts Finalist and then moved to New York to study at The Juilliard School. She graduated with a BFA in 2008. She now continues to explore her love of storytelling by way of theatre, film, and writing a cheeky, little blog entitled: The Wild and Wily Ways of a Brunette Bombshell.
The Takers and the Lovesicks
DALIA, loves from her heart
Alexandra Delare is tickled to be a part of Spark. NY theatre: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hermia, Queens Shakespeare, Inc./The American Theatre for Actors), Table for Three (The Mekka Collective/Manhattan Repertory), Hatch (Red Circle/Kraine Theater), Madame de Sade (Schapiro Theater), Hostage (Manhattan Repertory), Twelfth Night Workshop (Viola, Columbia University), The Exhibitionist (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Revolution is for Lovers… (Schaeberle Studio Theatre). Regional theatre: Wind in the Willows (Berkshire Theatre Festival). Film: ‘Girl Scout Zombie Massacre’ (Anxiety Films), ‘Seeing Red’ (City College), ‘Socovetous’ (Digital Film Academy). Alexandra is a recent graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.
CASH, loves from things ready to burst
Winston Shaw is a Native of Santa Fe, New Mexico and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a BA, concentration in theater. While in school he appeared in productions of Tartuffe as Tartuffe, Urinetown as Caldwell B. Cladwell, Tallgrass Gothic as Filene, Middlecrest (another original work by Angela Santillo) as The Detective, and many other productions. Winston was a member of The Naked Shakespeare Company, an all male Shakespeare company, while at Sarah Lawrence, and he appeared in their productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Tempest as Helena and Prospero respectively. He currently studies improv at the People’s Improv Theater of New York, and works in film and television production while pursuing his acting and writing career.
JONES, a Taker/TIMOTHY, loves from his eye
Calder Shilling is a recent graduate of Sarah Lawrence College where he studied theatre, literature and religion. Originally hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Calder has been seen on stages in Seattle, London, San Diego, Waterville Valley, Haverhill and Bronxville, although this will be his New York City debut. Some of his credits include Thurio/Eglamour in Two Gentlemen of Verona, Titus in Titus Andronicus, and Prospero in The Tempest. A developed passion for the outdoors has recently seen Calder hiking a portion of the Appalachian Trail, a place to which he hopes to return in the near future.
MYSTERY, silhouette of intrigue/PRETTY GIRL, too eager
Chelsea Militano is delighted for Spark to be her New York City debut. She graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with a BFA in acting. After being selected by the American Theatre Wing to attend SpringboardNYC Chelsea made the move to New York. Love and many thanks to her family and friends for all of their support.
Cindy N. Kawasaki
MARKED, not Germ free/SUSIE, a Taker
Cindy N. Kawasaki is a proud alumnus of the Acting Apprentice Program of Actors Theatre of Louisville and the historical outdoor drama “Blue Jacket.” She lives, acts, directs, and cooks experimental Iron Chef style in New York City. Selected past roles include: Chloe in “Neon Mirage” (Humana Festival, New York Fringe Festival), Sala in a concert reading of “After The Quake” (CenterStage Baltimore), and Wei-Ming in “Lynne Cheney Makes The Best Cupcakes Ever” (EST/Youngblood).
THE BEARER, bearer of Germ related new/HORNY TOAD, ruled by his other head
Michael Kreitzinger is a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University where he studied Theatre. He is very excited and proud for Spark to be his NYC theatre debut. Some favorite DFW credits include Nine (Guido Contini, Carmillion Theatre), The Pillowman (Katurian, Texas Wesleyan University), Much Ado About Nothing (Claudio, Stolen Shakespeare Co.) The Fantasticks (El Gallo, Texas Wesleyan University), The Alamo (Galba Fuqua, Casa Manana).