Julie Asriyan is a multicultural actor/writer/producer. A graduate of the William Esper Studio Meisner conservatory, she has previously taken on the parts of Linda in Savage in Limbo and Carol in Oleanna. Julie has received acknowledgement for her writing, having had her work Souls on Parade performed at Theatre Row. She is also the founder of Sirelis Productions and JP Photography NYC.
Originally from Montana, Jenna Ciralli currently resides in Brooklyn. Recent NY credits, Film: Sincerely, Yours, Say It with Flowers (Dusty Film Festival), Adopting Skins (Relevance Group), Last Chance (Official Selection: Staten Island Film Festival, New Filmmakers NY Summer Fest), Theater: All the Real Girls (Theatre Row), Velma Sparrow in Birdbath, and Sandra in Dolores (Barrow Group). Jenna is a founder of The Relevance Group and Ethikos Productions. Training: Clark Middleton- film, Maggie Flanigan Studio, William Esper Studio, Willamette University B.A. Theatre Arts -Acting (honors)/English Lit. www.jennaciralli.com
Brian Rice’s love affair with acting started at a young age – a professional day dreamer, he constantly found himself creating stories and characters in his mind. Brian is a proud graduate of the William Esper Studio: 2 Year Professional Training Program with Terry Knickerbocker and Master Class with William Esper. Having worked primarily in the independent film market so far in his career, “Israel Horovitz One-Acts” marks his New York City theater debut. Brian is a founder of Ethikos Productions.
Lyle Friedman is glad that Jenna and Brian found her so she could work on such an awesome project this summer. Who needs the beach. This past year she performed in both Cusi Cram and Raúl Castillo’s readings in LAByrinth Theater’s Barn Series and started an all-female sketch/improv team, Down With Scarlett. She has a pinterest account.
Hunter Thore is a graduate of The William Esper Studio under the direction of Terry Knickerbocker. NY credits include: Open Heart with Robby Benson, North of Providence, Tape, and The Fairy Tale Revolution. Regional: Hamlet, Scooter Thomas makes it to the Top of the World, A Lesson Before Dying, Bachelor Holiday, and As Is.
Dan Catomeris is thrilled to be a part of these incredible one-acts. He recently graduated from NYU, where he studied acting at the Experimental Theater Wing of the Tisch School of the Arts. He is also a writer and his work has been performed at NYU and published in the Louisville Review.
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