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Meet The Medea Cast & Crew!

posted Jun 28, 2010, 10:57 AM by Rachel McKinney   [ updated Jan 30, 2011, 10:30 AM ]

NOËL NEEB (director)

began her directing career at Capitol Repertory Theatre. This Texas raised gal always dreamed of launching new works and classics on an international level.  Well, dreams do come true.  She recently produced/directed the critically acclaimed European Premiere, Grasmere, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with her company, RoaN Productions. She is associate member of Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, a Director’s Lab Alumnus, and has studied with Jean-Guy Lacat and viewpoints creator Mary Overlie.

RACHEL McKINNEY (Medea)

Rachel is best known for portraying Dorothy Wordsworth in the critically acclaimed European Premiere Grasmere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Dottie Haines in Tough Guys Don't Shoot Blanks at the Barrow Street Theater for the Fringe
NYC. Film credits include: Shades of Gray & Room For Two. For more information about her work, visit: www.rachelmckinney.com

PETER FRANCIS JAMES (Father)

Theater:  The Lady From Dubuque, with Dame Maggie Smith (London – Theatre Royal Haymarket), Stuff Happens (Public Theatre- OBIE, Lucille Lortel, & Drama Desk Awards), On Golden Pond (Broadway), Much Ado About Nothing (Public Theatre), Drowning Crow (Broadway), August Wilson’s Gem of  the Ocean (Mark Taper Forum),  Judgment at Nuremberg (Broadway), House of Flowers (Encores), The Baron in Suzan-Lori Park’s Venus (Public Theatre), Horatio in Kevin Kline’s Hamlet (NYSF), Claire in The Maids (OBIE Award), Jupiter in Amphitryon (C.S.C.). Scent of the Roses with Julie Harris (Helen Hayes), A.R. Gurney’s Buffalo Gal (Williamstown), Othello in Othello (Baltimore Center Stage),  Oeron in Sir Peter Hall’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Ahmanson), Coriolanus in Coriolanus and Jean in Miss Julie (McCarter)

Film and T.V. : “The Losers”(’10 release), “The Rebound” (’10 release)The Messenger,”  Jahfree Neema in “Oz,” Raymond Parks in “The Rosa Parks Story” with Angela Bassett, Joe Gould’s Secret, “The Wedding” (miniseries), Montana, “The Ruby Bridges Story,” “Law & Order, “Law & Order: SVU,” “Gossip Girl”, “Third Watch”, Thurgood Marshall in “Simple Justice.”

He is a graduate, and an Associate, of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and teaches acting at Yale University’s School of Drama.

CARTER GILL* (Jason)


Television: Law & Order – “Brilliant Disguise” (Guest Star NY: Even Maybe Tammy - A Commedia dell’Arte at The Flea Theater, Spacebar: A Broadway Play by Kyle Sugarman with Studio 42 Regional: Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s The Merchant of Venice (Bassanio), Yale School of Drama’s Twelfth Night (Sebastian & Feste), Troilus and Cressida, The Apocryphal Project, Journey to Santiago, Paul Mullins’ A Month in the Country, and Tim Vasen’s Paradise Lost. Training: British American Drama Academy, B.F.A. Southern Methodist University.  M.F.A. The Yale School of Drama. *AEA

ERIC CHASE (Aegeus)

He is an actor, director and producer. Eric is also the Managing Director of Bakerloo Theatre Project (www.bakerloo.org), member of Emerging Artists Theatre, TheatreRats, and AEA. He runs the Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl and joined the Board of Directors for Literary Manhattan (www.literarymanhattan.org). He teaches stage combat workshops for the Young Actors Guild at RPI. THEATER: Gaev in Cherry Orchard, Caliban in Tempest, Macbeth in Macbeth, Solyony in Three Sisters, and Puck in Midsummer Night’s Dream. FILM: Shelter in the Storm, Dot the Movie, Crooked Symphony, Alyssa
, and his greatest claim to fame is being knocked out on One Life to Live.

ROB GORDEN (Chorus)


Rob is originally from the Boston area but has lived in New York for over a decade. While in NYC he has worked as a comedian, storyteller and actor.

He has been in several independent films, many of which may never see the light of day. However, a highlight of one project that did have a glimpse of sunlight is the low budget horror classic “Drainiac,” which features Rob in a scene that does for toilets what Psycho did for showers. 

He has been seen on SpikeTV, The Food Network, Nick at Night, The Onion News Network and Oxygen.  Rob will also be seen in the upcoming Showtime series starring Laura Linney “The Big C.”

Rob is married to Kelley and has two cats, Bonnie and Clyde.

GEORGIE CALDWELL (Chorus)

Recently Georgie was seen in the NATC's one act festival, "The Teenage Lesbian's Guide to 100% Happiness (or your money back).” She's appeared in "The Vagina Monologues," which raised money for a women's shelter in Coney Island. And she was cast as the lead in "Disillusioned" at The Midtown International Theater Festival 2009 for summer performances with an invited extended Fall run.

Under the direction of Matthew D'Abate, Georgie has worked on three Le Chat Noir Productions films. The latest film, "Werewolf", will premier this Fall.

Training: NYU: BFA, Atlantic Acting School. Further studies with Todd Thaler, June Stein, Brad Barnes, Adrienne Weiss and Alaine Alldaffer.

For updates please visit www.georgiecaldwell.com

For representation, please visit http://catalystmanagement.net/

KATRINA HERMANN* (Stage Manager)



Katrina Herrmann is a proud native of Illinois, and is glad to be working with RoaN Productions again.  She has worked for Playwrights Horizons, Theatreworks/USA, Summer Theatre of New Canaan, the stageFARM, Rattlestick Playwrights Company and Naked Angels.
*AEA