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MOCHA cast

posted Sep 25, 2012, 3:23 PM by Rachel McKinney   [ updated Sep 25, 2012, 6:57 PM ]
PLAY: MOCHA by Eleanor Burgess
DATE: Friday, October 19 at 7pm



GEORGIE CALDWELL as Donna
Georgie's studied at some pretty cool places (NYU, UCB, upcoming: The PIT),  with some pretty cool people (Todd Thaler, June Stein, Alaine Alldaffer). She's worked with some pretty talented people too (at NYU, SVA, Brooklyn College, Le Char Noir, Space Junk Ent, Lindsay Bernstein, & RoaN Productions).
Now she's kicking it in Brooklyn. She hopes to make funny videos and maybe make some people laugh or at least smile. She'd also like to write some jokes. She'd like to give the warmest biggest thanks to her parents, Elizabeth, Zack and most importantly: Noel and Rachel. Thanks for including and inspiring me.

CHRIS CAMPBELL as Carol
Chris has performed at countless venues and with many companies around NYC including: Here, The Present Company, The Ohio Theater, The Connelly, The Arclight, The Ontological Theatre at St. Marks, Synapse, Six Figures, The Mint, The Culture Project, and at Fringe Festivals in both New York and Scotland. She is a member of the award winning company,The Barrow Group, with whom she has worked extensively, most recently in  Christopher Shinn’s Dying City as well as festivals with FAB Women.   www.lookatchris.com

ROB GORDEN as Ted
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, including the low budget horror classic “Drainiac.” He has also been seen on SpikeTV, The Food Network, Nick at Night, The Onion News Network, Oxygen, Showtime’s  “The Big C” and USA Network’s “Royal Pains.” Rob lives in Queens with his wife, Kelley and son, Thomas.

TRAN T THUC HANH as Ameena & Alicia
KAREN LEE as Merpati

RACHEL McKINNEY as Eliot
Rachel is best known for portraying Dorothy Wordsworth in the critically acclaimed European Premiere GRASMERE at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Dottie Haines in YOUGH GUYS DON'T SHOOT BLANKS a the Barrow Street Theater for the Fringe NYC. Film credits include: SHADES OF GRAY, ROOM FOR TWO, AND LYRE LIAR. Webisode series: HEROES AND MONSTERS and CELEBRITIES TO GO. For more information, visit: www.rachelmckinney.com

FLETCHER McTAGGART as Scott & Lee
MARY ANN STEWART as The Narrator