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CREATED BY The Ensemble

AND Jack Tamburri

DIRECTOR Michael Osinski

CAST Terrill Braswell, Anthony Crosby, Megan Edelman, Josh Hitchens, Kelly McCaughan, Amanda Schoonover, Geremy Webne-Behrman

SOUND & VIDEO Daniel Ison

LIGHTING Sydney Norris

SCENERY & PROPS Dylan FitzSimons



This production was made possible thanks to the support of Aurora's Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation.

SPECIAL THANKS Mark Andrews & Azuka Theatre, Tina Brock, Dan D'Albis, Vincent Fumo, Amanda Hatch & Avista Custom Theatrical, Paul Harrold, Emilie Krause, Anna Lieberman, Lucas McLean, Gigi Naglak, Rob Napoli & Arcadia University Theatre Department, Emmie Parker, Allen Radway, Jackie Rush & BOK, Maria Shaplin, Jack Tamburri, Sam Tower, Anastassia Vertjanova, Meghann Williams

About the Artists

Terrill Braswell

ERNEST & Co-Creator

Terrill is a 27-year-old actor and podcaster.  Terrill would like to thank his cast and crew for being nurturing of his creative ideas.  Red Lodge, Montana could only be born with this team of individuals, and Terrill is very proud of the team.  When Terrill isn't on stage, you can listen to him on the Movie Movie Film Film podcast.

Anthony Crosby

CORDEONE & Co-Creator

Anthony Crosby is a Barrymore-nominated theatre artist. He is a founding company member of Die-Cast. (Be sure to check out Mad Deep Dish, our digital Fringe performance piece.) Recent credits include Betty's Summer Vacation (IRC), Ilium Was (Troy Foundry Theatre & Die-Cast), and Three Sisters (Hedgerow Theatre).

Megan Edelman

VALERIE & Co-Creator

Megan Edelman, she/her, is a Philadelphia-based performing artist. Favorite roles include Three Sisters (Masha), Little Women (Meg), and A Doll’s House (Christine Linde) at the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion; Richard III (Anne/Buckingham) and The Ecotmancer (Quinn) with The Mechanical Theater; and And Then There Were None (Vera Claythorne), The Seagull (Nina), and Vinegar Tom (Betty) at Allens Lane Theatre. She has also enjoyed working on previous devised pieces: FoxWifeCity's Salome Salome and flesh, flesh, flesh: A Ghost Play. She is excited to share this project with these wildly creative artists and is particularly drawn to that quiet one with the blue hair. Let's rock!

Dylan FitzSimons


Josh Hitchens

ALAN & Co-Creator

Josh is a Philadelphia based theater director, actor, playwright, and poet. Favorite directing credits include Mercury Fur (BrainSpunk), And Then There Were None (Allens Lane), Richard III (Laurel Hill Cemetery), and Hedda Gabler (Physick House). He has written and performed acclaimed solo plays including The Confession of Jeffrey DahmerGhost StoriesMary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and Stoker’s Dracula. As an actor Josh was most recently seen in Betty’s Summer Vacation (Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium). He is the Creative Director of the historic Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, making site-specific theater there since 2008. In October Josh will be co-directing the Philadelphia premiere of Dave Malloy’s Ghost Quartet for his company Going Dark Theatre, which is dedicated to bringing contemporary and classic works of horror to the stage.

Daniel Ison


Daniel is a Philadelphia based actor, composer, and sound designer. He finds story, rhythm, and texture infinitely interesting. Sound Design Credits: Gem of the Ocean *Barrymore Nomination in Sound Design* (Arden Theatre); The Art of Swimming *Barrymore Nomination in Outstanding Original Music*, The Audience Disturbs Marcel (Tiny Dynamite,); Untitled *Barrymore Nomination in Sound Design*, Box CleverOur Few and Evil Days (Inis Nua); FrankensteinJulius Caesar, Aesop's Fables, Wilde Tales (Quintessence); Winter's Tale, All My Sons, The Matter of Frank Schaeffer, Othello (Curio Theatre); Ready Steady Yeti Go (Azuka Theatre); Tartuffe (Mauckingbird); Romeo + Juliet, The Glass Menagerie, Tartuffe (CCT); Collected Stories (Act II Playhouse);  Crumbs From the Table of Joy, For Colored Girls, Marat/Sade, Love & Information, Two Gentleman of Verona, Julius Caesar, Measure for Measure, Our Town (Temple University); Luckiest Kid (White Pines).

Kelly McCaughan

LILITH & Co-Creator

Kelly McCaughan is an actor, deviser, and writer in Philadelphia. She graduated with a BFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She has worked with companies such as EgoPo Classic Theater, Revolution Shakespeare, Montgomery Theater, Theatre Contra, White Pines Productions, Philly PHIT, and more. Her one woman show Catholic Guilt, which she wrote, produced, and starred in was featured in both Philadelphia Theater Week and The Wilma Theater's Crush Series. Last year she co-starred in the HBO comedy, Crashing, and most recently wrapped a supporting role in a feature film. Her one woman show, Catholic Guilt,  was produced at The Arcade Comedy Club in Pittsburgh this August. Let's rock! / Instagram: @kaymac049

Sydney Norris


Sydney Norris is a free-lance lighting designer and electrician. Recently transplanted from Florida, she is thrilled to be a part of Red Lodge, Montana and the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. She is a graduate of Florida State University with a B.A. in Theatre and Women's Studies. Her previous works in the Philadelphia area include 12 Chairs (Juniper Agency) and Beauty and the Beast (Steel River Playhouse). Other productions include 2018 Apprentice Scenes (Santa Fe Opera); Killer Joe, Ubu and the Truth Commission (FSU School of Theatre Act II); Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Pillowman (The Lost Colony Professional Theatre Workshop); and A Christmas Story (Riverside Theatre). She would like to thank her family, both born and found, for all their love and support. You can find her work on Instagram @smnlightingdesign or at

Michael Osinski

DIRECTOR & Co-Creator

Michael is a Philadelphia-based director, deviser, and educator. He was a co-founder and former Producing Artistic Director of Flashpoint Theatre Company, where he directed six Philadelphia premieres, including Far Away and Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake). Other directing credits include Moth (Azuka); Wolves (Quince Productions); and The Celebrity Guide to Mental Health and Wellness, Great Again, and Homo Andronicus (The Antidote). He is a former Drama League Directing Fellow, and he has worked with the Wilma, Steppenwolf, The Old Globe, Applied Mechanics, and Mauckingbird. He teaches at Rowan and Temple, and he has spent the past six summers teaching for the Cherubs program at Northwestern University. Next up: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Arcadia University) and A Twist of Water (Passage Theatre Company)

Eleanor Safer


Eleanor Safer is a freelance, Philly-based stage manager. Management credits include: The Rivals [Bristol Riverside Theatre], Egoli, The Lydie Breeze Trilogy [EgoPo Classic Theatre], Hello Blackout [New Paradise Laboratories], Hir, Ironbound [Simpatico], Sans Everything [Lightning Rod Special], Animal Farm to Table [Renegade], Avenue Q, Peter and the Starcatcher [Bristol Valley Theatre]. Eleanor recently produced A New Kind of Whole, a new play for the the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, as well as After Last Call...or How To Make A Play In 24 Hours, a 24-hour play festival that donated hundreds of dollars to The Rainbow Railroad. She was the assistant producer of the 2018 International Fringe Festival in Be’er Sheva, Israel.

Amanda Schoonover

DARLA & Co-Creator

Amanda Schoonover is a two-time Barrymore Award recipient and 9-time nominee, as well as a Jilline Ringle Solo Performance Program Artist in Residence at 1812 Productions and an F. Otto Haas Emerging Artist Finalist. Regional: Arden; Exile; Azuka; Theatre Horizon; Pig Iron; Lantern; EgoPo; and Simpatico. Film/Television: Do No Harm opposite Phylicia Rashad and We Need to Talk with James Maslow. Look for her in AMC's upcoming Dispatches from Elsewhere with Jason Segel and Sally Field. Follow her on Instagram @amandabethschoonover

Geremy Webne-Behrman

BURT & Co-Creator

Philadelphia acting credits include The Importance of Being Ernest (Cecily), Three Sisters (Solyony) at The Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion; You Can't Take it With You (Kolenkov), And Then There Were None (Rogers) at Allens Lane Theater; The Madness of Poe (Tell Tale Heart Killer, et al.) and Much Ado About Nothing (Benedick) at Mechanical Theatre; Mercury Fur (Spinx) at BrainSpunk Theatre.  Regional acting credits include Twelfth Night (Andrew Aguecheek/Sebastian) at Theatre Under the Stars; Crimes of the Heart (Barnett Lloyd) at Madison Theatre Guild; Baby Girl and the Dark Light Demon (The Demon) at Horizon Theatre Company (Atlanta); Jerusalem (Lee Piper) at Strollers Theatre.  Other theatre experience includes work with Monkey Business Improv and the Lee Strasberg Institute.  BA in Theatre Arts Studies at Earlham College.

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