Clare Barrett graduated from the Conservatory of Music and Drama D.I.T. with distinction in 2003. Theatre credits to date include :The Field (Lane Productions-Olympia Theatre/Irish Tour), Slattery's Sago Saga (The Performance Corporation- Rathfarnham Castle/Irish Tour), I ♥ Alice ♥ I (HotForTheatre- For which she won Best Female Performer Absolut Fringe 2010), Power Point ( The Performance Corporation-Tampere International Theatre Festival Finland, /Absolut Fringe, 2009, Nominated for Best Female Performer.), The Gift (Monkeyshine), A Lady Of Letters (Tall Tales), Maisy Daly's Rainbow (Tall Tales, Irish Tour), Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Corn Exchange, Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival/Irish Tour), Melody (Tall Tales, Glasgow/Irish tour), 40 Songs of Green (Barabbas, NCH), Pinocchio (PBM, Pavilion Theatre), Hansel and Grettel (PBM, Pavilion Theatre), One - Healing with Theatre (Pan-Pan), Rudolf the Red (The Ark), Bumbogs and Bees (TEAM, National Tour).
Rachel Beauregard has a BA in theatre from George Mason University. Local credits include Dead City (Rorschach Theatre), The Miser (Washington Shakespeare Company), and Scorched (Forum Theatre). She is the lead singer of folk-pop band, Deep River, who has shared the stage with Mutlu, Toad the Wet Sprocket, The Civil Wars, Jackie Greene, and the Pat McGee Band. They are currently planning a second EP and Fall tour.
Michael John Casey* was most recently seen in the Spring Rep at Imagination Stage. MJ was last seen with Solas Nua playing Son in Trad by Mark Doherty, directed by Artistic Director Linda Murray. Other regional theatres include: African Continuum Theatre, Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, Catalyst Theater, Folger Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Fulton Opera House, Geva Theatre, Imagination Stage, John F. Kennedy Center
for the Performing Arts, Keegan Theatre, Longacre Lea Productions, Project Y Theatre, Rochester Children’s Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, and Washington Shakespeare Company.
Training: MFA, Drama, Catholic University of America: BA, Theatre Arts, Nazareth College of Rochester. SAFD.
Chris Dinolfo last appeared with Solas Nua in Johnny Meister and The Stitch. Other credits include: Synetic Theater: King Lear, The Master and Margarita; Woolly Mammoth: Clybourne Park; The Folger Theatre: Henry IV, Part 1; Studio Theatre and Studio Theatre 2ndStage: The History Boys and All That I Will Ever Be; The Kennedy Center: Nobody’s Perfect; The Shakespeare Theatre Company: The Alchemist, The Imaginary Invalid; The Keegan Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest, Mojo Mickybo, Death of a Salesman, Elizabeth Rex; Maryland Shakespeare Festival:The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Judith Ingber's recent theatre work includes: American Voices (The National Portrait Gallery, Infinite Stage), Finn McCool (Dizzie Miss Lizzie's Roadside Revue), The Jacqmyn Family in the Petrified Forest (Source Festival), Bus Stop (Olney Theatre), Please Listen: A Musical Chaos (Capital Fringe Festival), and Call of the Wild the Musical (Olney Theatre). Judith is a graduate of University of Maryland, College Park.
Maya Jackson Regional: Léocadia, HISTRIO; Student Playwrights Project, Arena Stage; Twelfth Night, The Shakespeare Theatre Company; The Jacqmin Family in the Petrified Forest, Source Festival; In the Goldfish Bowl, Venus Theatre; Orphan Train, Kennedy Center Short Play Fest; Full Circle, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; Dis/Appearing, DC/NY Fringe Festival. Training: B.A. in Theatre from University of Maryland, College Park.
Jason McCool* has a bachelor's in jazz trumpet from the Eastman School of Music, a master's in musicology from the University of Maryland, and has studied acting at the T. Schreiber Studio (NYC) and the Studio Theatre (DC). He is a member of Actors' Equity and a company member with Solas Nua. Theatre credits include: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Forum Theatre, Helen Hayes Nomination for Outstanding Ensemble), Scenes From The Big Picture (Solas Nua, Helen Hayes Nomination for Outstanding Ensemble), The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui (Catalyst Theatre, Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Ensemble, also nominated for Outstanding Production), Dancing at Lughnasa (T. Schreiber Studio, NYC), Riding the Bull (Riot Actor(s) of Washington, Washington Post Editors' Pick), OMG (Riot Actor(s) of Washington, grantee, CuDC Mead Theatre Lab Program, 2010-2011), The Ramayana (Constellation Theatre), The Seagull on 16th St. (Theatre J), Edward III (Washington Shakespeare Company), Polaroid Stories (Studio Theatre Secondstage), The Last 5 Years (Everyman Theatre), I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Bethesda Theatre). Film credits: The Royal Tenenbaums, Happy Birthday Wes, and Eat, Sleep Repeat (C-I Studios), and the forthcoming film The Last Stop. Commercial credits: Powerball (Virginia Lottery), Dominion Power.
Adrienne Nelson (EMC) has worked with Rorschach Theatre, Folger Theatre (Gertrude u/s), Theatre Alliance, forum theatre, SCENA Theatre, Source Theater, The Kennedy Center, and Catalyst Theatre among others. With the latter she received a Helen Hayes nomination for Outstanding Choreography with her cast and director for their work in shkspr prjct. Ms. Nelson also has performed with Washington Shakespeare Company in Richard III, Richard II, Equus, Kafka’s Dick, and Jumpers. Some of her favorite projects include playing Emma in the DC premiere of The God of Hell, Carla Carla in Catalyst’s Swimming in the Shallows, Mephistopheles in Faustus (Best of Fringe Award 2007), and Betsy in Anna K at Roundhouse/the hegira. Adrienne is honored to teach for Capitol Hill Day School, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Smithsonian Associates, and the Helen Hayes Awards Legacy Project. For additional information see www.adrienne-nelson.com.
Rosemary Regan’s previous performances include: Gretty Good Time, The Bread of Winter (Theater Alliance); The Cripple of Inishmaan, Conversations With My Father, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Desk Set (Studio Theater); Terrorism, Hot Fudge, Mad Forest, Five Plays By Terrence McNally (Studio Secondstage); Liaisons Dangereuses, Abundance(Signature); Entertaining Mr. Sloane, The Winter’s Tale (Washington Shakespeare Company).
Stephanie Roswell earned a Master of Arts degree in Performance from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London. She is a company member of Solas Nua and has appeared in their productions of The Mai, La Corbiere, Scenes from the Big Picture (Helen Hayes nominee for Best Ensemble), The Drunkard, Trad¸ Portia Coughlan, and Pumpgirl. Her work with other companies include: The Visit, The Love of the Nightingale (both with the Kensington Drama Company, London), One for the Road (SCENA Theatre), The Skriker (Forum Theatre & Dance), The Front Page (Chesapeake Shakespeare Company), Three Times A Lady (Adirondack Productions), All’s Well That Ends Well (Washington Shakespeare Company), A Flea in Her Ear (Constellation Theatre Company) and Yours, Isabel (Autumn Stages at Capital Fringe).
Karl Quinn's Recent theatre credits include: Moment [Nominated best ensemble Off West End Awards] (Bush, London/ Nationwide tour, Ireland); Connected (Project); The Plough and the Stars, Christ Deliver US! (Abbey); The Ones who Kill Shooting stars (Upstate); Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Livin’ Dred); Anatomy of a Seagull [Nominated Best Supporting Actor Irish Times Theatre Awards] [Nominated Best Actor Absolut Fringe 2009]; Jesus has my Mom in there and has Beat Her up Real Bad (Loose Canon); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Making Strange); Submarine Man (Upstate); Ferry Tales (Carpet Theatre); In Real Time (Broken Talkers). Other Theatre credits include: All in the Timing [Nominated Best Actor Dublin Fringe 2008] (Inis Theatre Company); The Duty Master, St Joan(Abbey); Everybody Loves Sylvia, Fewer Emergencies (Randolf S|D the Company); The Maids, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Macbeth [Winner of Best Production, Dublin Fringe 2001], Hedda Gabler, Waterfront Wasteland Medea Material Landscape with Argonauts, The Revengers Tragedy, Measure For Measure, The Duchess of Malfi, The Spanish Tragedy, Coriolanus, The White Devil, In the Dark Air of a Closed Room (Loose Canon); Alone it Stands (Yew Tree); The Orpheus Project (Actors Touring Company, London) Macbeth (Second Age); No Messin’ With The Monkeys (Ark); How High is Up (TEAM); Two For Dinner For Two, 50 Ways to Leave Dun Laoghaire, Fire Station (Carpet Theatre). Film and TV credits i nclude: Fair City (RTE); Storylane (RTE); Mystic Knights of Tir na n’Og (Fox); Lip Service (Paul Mercier); The Hall (Little Productions; Dogged (Richard Walsh). As co-writer of Connected Karl was nominated for The Bewleys Little Gem Award (Absolute Fringe 2010). Karl is also an experienced voice-over artist and continuity announcer.
Anastasia Wilson graduated from University of Maryland with a BA in Theatre. Her theatre credits include: The Super Adventures of Pyramid Man and Dr. Nutrition (Imagination Stage), Deep Belly Beautiful (TheHegira), The Country Wife (Chesapeake Shakespeare Company), Peace (Washington Shakespeare Company), Mad Breed (Active Cultures Theatre Company), Breath, Boom! (Studio Theatre 2nd Stage; Extension), Arabian Nights (Constellation Theatre Company), Zooman and The Sign (University of Maryland). Film and TV Credits include: Curiosity (Discovery Channel Communications), Young Adult (Indigo Lane Productions), Tea Party (Attey Productions), The Wire (HBO Productions), NFL Industrials (WILL Interactive), Brick Bodies Gym (Order Productions)