a short comedy by Peter Kimball and Colin Foster
Jarreau Williams (Kevin) is a proud member of Actors Equity Association living in the Washington, DC Area. His most recent theater and film credits include: Shear Madness (Kennedy Center), Hairspray (PGSTT), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Virginia Tech), IRS Training Video, A to Z, Echoes, and State of Play featuring Russell Crowe, Rachel McAdams, and Ben Affleck. His musical talents have led him to perform with Michael Buble, Kim Burrell, and before President Barack Obama and the First Family. Jarreau is very excited to work with the cast and crew of Shenanigans. God Bless.
Charlotte Bydwell graduated from The Juilliard School with B.F.A in Dance in May 2009. She has studied acting with Anthony Abeson and completed the British Academy of Dramatic Arts summer course at Oxford University in August 2011.In May 2011, Charlotte premiered her debut one-woman show, Woman of Leisure and Panic, at P.S. 122, as part of the 8th Annual soloNOVA Festival. The show was nominated for a New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Performance Art Production. In October 2011, Charlotte joined The Bats, the resident acting company at The Flea Theatre, and appeared in their highly acclaimed production of These Seven Sicknesses. She most recently spent the summer at The Williamstown Theatre Festival, appearing in The Importance of Being Earnest and as Vera in A Month in the Country . www.charlottebydwell.weebly.com
Brian Hotaling studied with Bill Esper and is a graduate of Esper Studio. He can be seen on Fox's new series The Americans. He has also appeared on POLITICAL ANIMALS, WHITE COLLAR and LAW & ORDER. Brian's films include FAIR GAME and FAVORITE SON. Theatrically, Brian has worked at ACTORS THEATER OF LOUISVILLE, PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY THEATRE and UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL.
David Levin is a character actor living in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from Nashville, TN, he moved to New York in 2002 and studied acting at Michael Howard Studios. He has appeared on ‘Rescue Me’, ‘Onion News Network’, ‘Onion Sports Network’, and numerous commercials. David regularly performs improv comedy at the Magnet Theater in Midtown NYC.
Jennifer Massey has been acting professionally for over 20 years. It was in Atlanta that she began her on-camera career -- doing mostly commercials and industrials, as well as regional film and television roles. From there, Jennifer relocated to Los Angeles, where she trained and worked for over 9 years. Throughout her time in Los Angeles, Jennifer continued to appear in television shows, commercials and films as well as performing in regional theatres both in and outside of Los Angeles. Jennifer recently returned to the East Coast where her acting career has only progressed. She continues to perform regularly on television and in film, travelling throughout the U.S. and overseas. Jennifer is a member of Actors Equity, Screen Actors Guild, and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Forrest began acting at age 12 as a little town boy in the musical Brigadoon.. Since then he has taken every opportunity to improve his skills. He went to and graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a degree in Theatre, and Journalism. Since then he has focused his efforts in acting for the camera. With classes and a few films under his belt he looks forward to bringing his talents to Shenanigans.
Joanne Schmoll most recently appeared as Mrs. Zero in the Studio Theatre production of Adding Machine – A Musical which received a Helen Hayes Award nomination for Outstanding Musical. She has appeared at the Kennedy Center in A Little Night Music during the acclaimed Sondheim Celebration, and in concert on the Millennium Stage. She received a Helen Hayes Award Nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical for her work as Shelby in The Spitfire Grill with Theater Alliance in Washington, D.C. As a teaching artist for ArtsAccess, Joanne presented curriculum-based arts programs into D.C. public schools. Additional career highlights include kissing Jeff Bridges, dancing with Don Knotts, and “insulting” George Clooney.
Hailing from the suburbs of Philadelphia, Anna Weng spent the better part of her formative years participating in local theater before attending NYU, where she is currently an undergraduate studying Drama, Marketing and Chinese. She studies with Angela Pietropinto at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and with Gabrielle Berberich at Michael Howard Studios. Anna feels incredibly blessed and is thrilled to be a part of Shenanigans.
David Neal Levin