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BRIAN FRAZER (Performer/Writer) is a former stand-up comic. After a decade of performing in six countries, he transitioned into television writing as one of the original writers on MADtv. In 2000, he met his wife, Nancy, while writing thought-bubbles on the pseudo-reality show, Blind Date. Brian’s magazine work includes writing over 35 back pages for Esquire, and the Hollywoodland back page for Los Angeles Magazine from 2006-2010. In addition, he writes regularly for ESPN, Psychology Today, and Details, semi-regularly for GQ and Men’s Health, formerly-semi-regularly for Vanity Fair and Premiere and not-at-all for The New Yorker. In 2006, Simon and Schuster bought Brian’s memoir, Hyper-Chondriac: One Man’s Quest to Hurry Up and Calm Down which is what this show is based on. Entertainment Weekly called it, “Hilarious and biting... Frazer’s reflections are distinct and laugh-out-loud funny” and it made EW’s “Must List” the following week. USA Today called Hyper-Chondriac, “Caustically funny, yet quietly moving.” The New York Post called it, “... a riotous romp through a head case’s attempts to find inner peace for his own bodily health.” And Ryan Murphy (Glee, Nip/Tuck) has optioned it for the last four years, which was way more exciting four years ago, but there’s still hope. Perhaps if there were more singing... Brian has also been a commentator on KCET’s So-Cal Connected and has a series about health on Everwell TV and He recently switched his bank pin number from 54896773226040264 to 766455388281909834.
KIFF SCHOLL (Director) An award-winning director (and actor), whose work includes Kill Me, Deadly at NOTE, All My Sons at the Raven, and Don Giovanni Tonight, Don Carlo Tomorrow at Sacred Fools, for which the LA Times pronounced “Director Kiff Scholl has few peers at keeping us intrigued”. His productions having won seven Back Stage Garland awards, five LA Weekly awards, and one Ovation award, Scholl was recently listed as one of LA’s emerging and accomplished stage directors by the LA Weekly. Scholl won awards for his feature Scream of the Bikini, which just sold in Japan, and his new film 11/11/11 hits Netflix in... (wait for it)... November.
NANCY COHEN (Executive Producer) has done everything from buying sandwiches for gaffers at Lincoln Center to directing Politically Incorrect to writing for numerous sitcoms to writing this paragraph about herself.
RACQUEL LEHRMAN (Producer) is the founder and managing director of Theatre Planners, her own theatre production/PR firm which has been serving the Los Angeles theatre scene for almost ten years. She graduated from NYU-Tisch School of the Arts and lived in NY for many years producing theatre. Theatre Planners has since developed into a very busy and successful outlet for actors, writers, producers and theatre companies. Doing everything from producing, publicity, consulting, marketing and more. Racquel loves to make productions a reality and help to keep the theatre scene in LA alive and strong. Racquel is also the owner of the LOUNGE THEATRES in Hollywood on Theatre Row. To learn more about Racquel and Theatre Planners, go to
ADAM HUNTER (Scenic Artist) Adam received his BFA from California Institute of the Arts. Upon graduating he co-founded Poor Dog Group, an L.A. based arts collective. A few P.D.G. credits: Brewsie and Willie, The Internationalists, and The Midnight Sun. The company has had the ability to travel and perform in Scotland, Croatia, Serbia, and Poland. Adam has appeared in The Walworth Farce (Theatre Banshee) Medea (UCLA Live), Romeo j Julia 1968 (Mali Brijun, Croatia), Dark Play or Stories for Boys (Theater @ Boston Court), Sandstorm and Hamlet to name a few. Adam has designed sets for the Elephant Theater Company, Spy Ants, and numerous independent productions. He received the LA Weekly and LADCC award for featured performance in 2007 and 2010 LA Weekly award for lighting design.
MATT RICHTER (Lighting & Projection Designer) Matt is a Los Angeles based lighting and sound designer. For Theatre 68: Last Night In The Garden I Saw You by John Patrick Shanley (World Premiere), Lenny’s Back & Boy is He Pissed. Sacred Fools: Neighborhood 3 (Garland Award Nominee), Watson, The Forbidden Zone (World Premiere), Endgame. For Theatre of NOTE: Shoe Story (Ovation Nomination), Skeleton Stories (Ovation Nomination), Shake, Kill Me Deadly (Ticketholder Award Nominee). For the Elephant Theatre Company: Asleep on a Bicycle (Ticketholder Award Nominee, Sound Design), Idea Man, Love Bites, Little Flower of East Orange (West Coast Premiere). He was honored to design the world premiere of Theatre Revelation’s The Devil Has a Sister at the Melkweg Theatre in Amsterdam. Love and gratitude to RSS. For more information, please visit
ANGELICA ESTEVEZ (Stage Manager) Angelica comes from the sizzling, sultry city of Miami, FL. She got caught up in the magic of theatre while working as a work-study student at University of Missouri-Columbia and it has been a neverending love affair ever since. She has done a little bit of everything from lights and sound to props. Angelica has even tried her hand at producing shows. She must confess that she loves stage managing the best. Her credits this year include Daddy, Meet Me @Metro II, Once upon a Mattress, and now Hyper-Chondriac. Angelica feels lucky to be part of such a wonderful production. She would like to give a shout out to all of her peeps for always believing in her, and being the wonderful people they are. Angelica hopes you enjoy the magic of tonight’s performance.