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CAST (click photos for larger images)
ELIZABETH ARENDS (Fay) Elizabeth is a UK-born actor, living and working in Los Angeles. She is classically trained, and is thrilled to be making her Los Angeles theatre debut at the Odyssey Theatre. Her work in London includes performing at the Old Vic Theatre and the Hampstead Theatre as Lady Anne in Richard III and as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth. She toured internationally with The Merchant of Venice, All's Well That Ends Well, and Cymbeline. Elizabeth began her performance career as a professional ballerina. Most recently, she starred in Summerhouse, a feature-length film scheduled for theatrical release in late 2019. She also had supporting roles in Abruptio (starring Jordan Peele) and the theatrical release On Wings of Eagles (with Joseph Fiennes), a sequel to Chariots of Fire. Elizabeth began working as a film actress in England in Sherlock Holmes (streaming on Netflix, Asylum Films). Her TV credits include Lethal Weapon (FOX), Battle of the Sexes (Lifetime), Betrayed (ID Network) and the mini-series Marinho. She guest-starred on the acclaimed British television dramas, Coronation Street (ITV) and Emmerdale (ITV).
RON BOTTITTA (Truscott) Ron was seen here most recently in Faith Healer and Hir. Other appearances at The Odyssey: Arsenic and Old Lace, Rank, Theatre in the Dark, Chekhov and Maria, among others. He’s a company member at Rogue Machine Theatre, where credits include Oppenheimer, Honky, The Sunset Limited, Monkey Adored, and Razorback. He’s the regular host of RMT’s spoken word Rant and Rave now in its eleventh year. Recent stage credits include Sisters Matsumoto, I Love Lucy… at L.A. Theatre Works and two national tours of Judgment at Nuremberg. Other LA credits include John Pollono’s Rules of Seconds at LATC, Superior Donuts and Yes, Prime Minister at The Geffen. Recent TV: How to Get Away with Murder, Get Shorty, Elementary, Supergirl and Grey's Anatomy. Recent Film: Avengers: Endgame, Black Panther, Thor: Ragnarok, The Mountain Between Us, Mad Max, Fury Road, and not so recent: Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Dad, professional motorcyclist, aviator. Full industry details on
NICHOLAS HORMANN (McLeavy) Nicholas began his career on Broadway in Harold Prince’s Love for Love and The Visit. Also on Broadway: Saint Joan (with Lynn Redgrave), The Member of the Wedding and Execution of Justice. He has performed at distinguished theatres across the country, including the Ahmanson, the Mark Taper Forum, the Kirk Douglas, South Coast Repertory, La Jolla Playhouse, the Old Globe, ACT, Long Wharf, Yale Repertory, and The Actors’ Theatre of Louisville. Roles include Cyrano de Bergerac, Abraham Lincoln, Atticus Finch, Laurence Olivier, Van Helsing and Henry Higgins. Nicholas has toured nationally with L.A. Theatre Works in Dracula and Pride & Prejudice, and he toured China twice with L.A. Theatre Works in Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers. Nick has appeared in numerous television series including Modern Family, Parks & Rec, Girl Meets World, Bone and Seinfeld (as Calvin Klein). He attended the Yale School of Drama.
ALEX JAMES-PHELPS (Dennis) Having been performing from a young age, Alex took part in various stage productions back in the UK, including Cameron Mackintosh’s West End production, Oliver!, where Alex played the role of understudy for Oliver. In 2016 he graduated from RACC with a diploma in acting. During his time in college, he signed with Beresford Management after a talent agent spotted him in a student film. From this he was cast in the one-off BBC revival of the 80’s classic sitcom Are You Being Served?.this led to the BBC casting Alex again, but this time in the massively popular British soap Eastenders. The following summer, Alex was cast in his first two feature films, Cassette and Paramount Pictures’ Elton Johnbiopic, Rocketman. Through this series of jobs, Alex was cast in a feature film in the US, produced by Odd Duck Films.
ROBBIE JARVIS (Hal) Robbie began his career with the prestigious National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. His theatre credits include Laura Wade’s Posh (Salisbury Playhouse & Nottingham Playhouse), The Cherry Orchard (The Cockpit Theatre), Faliraki: The Greek Tragedy (Lyric Hammersmith) and Two Days in Prison, Three Days At Home (Tristan Bates Theatre). Robbie originated the role of Alec in Philip Ridley’s Shivered (Southwark Playhouse). His film work includes his portrayal of the teen-aged James Potter in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Warner Bros) and the Jimi Hendrix biopic, All Is By My Side (Watchtower Productions), directed by Oscar-winner John Ridley. On television Robbie has played numerous guest-starring roles on award-winning dramas, including Waking the Dead (BBC), Trial & Retribution (ITV) and Upstairs, Downstairs (BBC). He also starred as Billy Hayes in National Geographic’s retelling of The Midnight Express.
SELINA WOOLERY SMITH (Mrs. McLeavy/Meadows) A native of Los Angeles and a graduate of California Institute of the Arts, Selina Woolery Smith is honored to be given a chance to bring Mrs. McLeavy “to life.” A founding member of LA Theatre Company Burglars of Hamm, she wrote, produced and performed in many of their shows including Flee Circus, Hot City, Easy Targets, Party Show and Focus Today. Currently an associate artist of both Burglars of Hamm and Sacred Fools, Selina most recently portrayed the role of Madam Shekstenlodt in their co-producation of Resa Fantastiskt Mystisk by Lars Mattsun. Big thanks to Bart for asking me to join the cast.
PRODUCTION STAFF (click photos for larger images)
BART DELORENZO (Director) Bart DeLorenzo is the Founding Artistic Director of the Evidence Room Theater. At the Odyssey, he has previously directed Hir, Kiss, Go Back to Where You Are, Day Drinkers and A Number, as well as Evidence Room co-productions The False Servant, Passion Play, Annapurna, Ivanov, Margo Veil and The Receptionist. Other recent work: Vanya Sonia Masha and Spike, Sugar Plum Fairy, tokyo fish story, and Fast Company at South Coast Repertory; Stage Kiss, Death of the Author, Coney Island Christmas, and Shipwrecked at the Geffen Playhouse; Nomad Motel at Pittsburgh’s City Theatre; Time Alone at LATC; Women in Jeopardy! at the Ensemble Theater of Santa Barbara; Need to Know at Rogue Machine; and in this very theater, Too Much Sun with Indie Chi Productions. Bart is on the faculty at CalArts, and has received LA Drama Critics Circle awards, LA Weekly awards, Backstage Garlands and the Alan Schneider Director Award.