Jamie Biondi (Reginald)
Favorite past roles include The Father (Eurydice), Hal (Proof), Ray (Blackbird), Brutus (Julius Caesar), Mitch (A Streetcar Named Desire), and Macbeth (Macbeth). Jamie originated the role of Henry in a 2010 production of Phantomwise with the Yale Dramatic Association. His plays include Shelter from the Storm, O + E, and There's Been a Death in the Family. He sends many thanks to Avital, Oren, and the entire creative team for allowing him to be a part of this art, and love to his family for their constant support.
Maia Collier (Alice)
Maia Collier is thrilled to be part of Phantomwise. She studied Theatre and Psychology at Yale University. Favorite past shows include We Didn't Have Time to be Scared (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Rabbit Hole, and Company (Yale). Maia hopes to pursue a career in theatre education and is deeply grateful for the support of her family and friends.
Lily Dorment (Lorina)
Lily Dorment is proud to be putting her British accent to good use in Phantomwise, her Fringe debut! A native Londoner, she received her BA from Yale University and her MPH from Columbia University. She has studied at the Atlantic Acting School, the Barrow Group, the LAByrinth Theater, and RADA. Favorite recent roles include Valerie in The Weir, Sylvia in The Pride and a smattering of quirky Brits in Londoners, her in- development one-woman show. Thanks to the great Phantomwise cast and crew!
Susannah Jones (Edith)
Susannah Jones is thrilled to be reprising the role of Edith at Fringe Fest NYC! Most recently she played Kitty in 7:32 at the New York Musical Theater Festival. Other New York City Credits: Death for Sydney Black at New Georges and Waafrika with “Before We Were Queer” at Pop Up NYC. Regional: The Taming of the Shrew and Ernest in Love at The Texas Shakespeare Festival and Outloud! at the Blueberry Pond Ensemble. Other favorite roles include Rose in Enchanted April (dir. Harry Barandes), and Claire in Boston Marriage (dir. John Gould Rubin). BFA from NYU Tisch and the Stella Adler Studio. Thanks to Mom and Dad for their incredible love and support!
Terence MacSweeny (Robinson)
Terence MacSweeny graduated from Columbia University's Theatre Arts division with his MFA in Acting, where he studied with Andrei Serban, Kristin Linklater, Anne Bogart amongst many others. Other theatre credits include Macduff in MacBeth (Actors Shakespeare Company), Hortensio in Taming of the Shrew (Summer Theatre of New Canaan), James in An Airballoon Across Antarctica (NY Fringe), Louis XI in Henry VI (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Theseus/Oberon in Midsummer (Classic Stage Company), Antonio in Merchant of Venice (Actor's Shakespeare Company), Alonso in The Tempest (Colorado Shakespeare) Taylor in Curse of the Starving Class (Alternate Theatre), and many others.
Kevin Stanfa (Charles)
Kevin Stanfa is thrilled to be making his Fringe debut! Having just recently performed in a production portraying the role of Allan Ginsberg (Workshop Theater Co.'s Beatchick), it is a thrill to jump into another historical authorial figure. Favorite credits include Andrea Sarti in Brecht's Galileo (Asolo Rep), the Son from Willie Holtzman's Hearts (Asolo Rep) and directing, producing and adapting Shakespeare's King John. Kevin holds an MFA in acting from FSU, an BFA from the Univ. of Utah and is a proud member of Equity.
Paul Weissman (Henry)
Paul Weissman has been actively involved in the New York theater scene for some time. Favorite roles include Carnforth Greville in A Midwinter's Tale, Jokaanen in Salome, Don John in Much Ado About Nothing and the White Rabbit in, yes, Alice in Wonderland. He can also be seen in the upcoming webseries Diseasels. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org