Charlotte Graham is a graduate of Brown University and the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program in Acting. Favorite theater credits include Three Sisters (Chautauqua Theater Company), Beast(New York Stage & Film), Camelot (Trinity Rep), The Threepenny Opera (Brown/Trinity Rep), andThe Importance of Being E[a]rnest Hemingway (Chashama Theater). She can be seen on Gossip Girl, Law & Order: SVU, and the upcoming film The Hot Flashes, directed by Susan Seidelman and starring Brooke Shields. Charlotte is a teaching artist at Applause NY and a proud member of Actor’s Equity.

 

Charlotte Graham

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“my boy builds coffins” by megan lohne

 

 

today is the day we decorate your box.

- raquel



		
My Boy Builds Coffins
DATE
09/10/2012
Pj Sosko, Kathleen Wise, Bianca Amato, Brandon Drea, Charlotte Graham, Jaselyn Blanchard, Kristan Seemel,Christina Pumariega, Meghan Kennedy

My Boy Builds Coffins

read by Pj Sosko, Bianca Amato, Brandon Drea, Charlotte Graham, Jaselyn Blanchard

menu: love, mom

eat your veggies

elote corn salad, tuna cannellini bean salad

clean your plate 

peperoncino brussel sprouts, momma's special ziti

... and if you're good 

pre-diabetic sorry fat free pudding with double dark chocolate chip cookies

by john tracey of the danish prince

 

 

 

Kathleen Wise is an Equity actress with an MFA from New York University’s Graduate Acting program. She is passionate about creating art in many forms: acting on stage and screen, dancing in multi-media works, singing and playing the cello. During her BFA studies at Sarah Lawrence College, she studied dance and visual art in Senegal and Paris. She is fluent in French.

 

 

Kathleen Wise

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“My Boy Builds Coffins” by Megan Lohne

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New York: The Suicide (Target Margin), Asking for Trouble (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Bubbly, CEO Material (Abingdon Theatre Company). Regional: A Christmas Carol (Trinity Rep), Othello (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company), Mary’s Wedding (Weston Playhouse), Much Ado About Nothing, Blood Knot, The Threepenny Opera, We Are Proud to Present, The Boy Who Lived Forever…(Brown/Trinity Rep). Workshops/Readings: Charles Ives Take Me Home (Playwrights Horizons), Co-Op (MCC Theater), Refrigerator Mother (Nora’s Playhouse). He is a graduate of the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Acting Program.

 

Brandon Drea

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“my boy builds coffins” by megan lohne

 

 

Pj Sosko has been seen in recent episodes of “Unforgettable” and “Person of Interest” (CBS) and has also been on Royal Pains (USA), Gravity (STARZ), and  the NBC shows Law & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and The Black Donnellys.  PJ can also be seen in the recently released film Premium Rush directed by David Koepp and as the lead in the independent feature making the festival rounds Whaling City where he plays a 3rd generation fishing boat captain  in New Bedford facing hard times.  PJ is based in New York City and works extensively off-bway and in regional theaters around the country receiving critical acclaim in such publications as variety and the new york times for many of his performances, Most recently, he played R.P. McMurphy (played by Jack Nicholson in the 1975 film) in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Portland Center Stage) and several U.S. marines in the docu-theater piece Reentry that not only was performed off-bway and at Baltimore Centerstage, but was invited onto military bases such as paris island and quantico  where it was performed in front of several thousand of our military from 4 star-generals to recruits. Always focusing on developing new plays, he has done readings and workshops with Naked Angels, EST, 24/7 Lab, and the New Group, to name a few. As an accomplished voice over artist,he has voiced characters in popular Rockstar Games titles such as Red Dead Redemption, Grand Theft Auto IV, and Manhunt, as well as several national commercial campaigns for sudafed, ruby tuesday, gatorade, and aflaac.

Pj Sosko

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Jaselyn proudly hails from San Antonio, Texas where she grew up performing at county fairs, U.S. Air Force airplane hangars, and shopping malls, progressing on to high schools and local theaters.  Favorite Roles include Laura James in Look Homeward, Angel, Polly Peachum in The Threepenny Opera, Nimue/Dap in Camelot, Cariola in Duchess of Malfi. Choreography credits: Amahl and the Night VisitorThe Argument (by Gregory S. Moss) and Threepenny Opera. Jaselyn’s play “cheers no tears: an intimate evening with marilyn monroe,” which first premiered at Brown/Trinity and was recently workshopped at 440 studios, is in pre-production for Spring 2013. Jaselyn is a proud co-host of THE TABLE. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from NYU with a Bachelor of Music, where she was a National Merit Scholar and Trustee Scholar for exceptional academic performance. She received her MFA from Brown/Trinity MFA Program. Jaselyn is the CEO of concierge creative consulting (triplecnyc.com) — a creative consulting firm, which specializes in web design, branding, events, and project management.

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Christina Pumariega will be seen this fall in Kara Lee Corthron’s AliceGraceAnon presented by New Georges at the Irondale Center, Brooklyn. She recently made her Broadway debut opposite Jeff Goldblum in Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar, directed by Sam Gold. Off Broadway credits include Annie Baker’s adaptation of Uncle Vanya at Soho Rep (Yelena/Sonya u/s), The Witch of Edmonton at Red Bull Theater, Enfrascada at Clubbed Thumb, Catch 22 at the Lucille Lortel and All Eyes and Ears at INTAR. Regional theatre includes the Shakespeare Theatre Company, Hartford Stage, the Huntington, Merrimack Rep and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Films include Notes on Being Young opposite Victor Williams and Reed Birney and The Funeral. Christina co-devised Seized Up, a new play by Jennifer Joan Thompson and directed by Jess Chayes. Her short film Marcus and Marie is in preproduction. She produced and played the title role in Rogelio Martinez’s Illuminating Veronica and founded the Playground Reading Series, now THE TABLE. Awards include the McNamara Creative Arts Grant, the TS Eliot Exchange Old Vic/New Voices Fellowship and the Marcia Gay Harden Scholarship. MFA, NYU Graduate Acting.

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so what's it called, my life as a fuckup?

- abby


The F*ck Up

DATE
08/19/2012

Emily Fink, Jaselyn Blanchard, Kristan Seemel, Justin Blanchard, Christina Pumariega, Megan Stern, Tom Ridgeley

The F*ck Up by Jennifer Joan Thompson

read by Emily Fink, Jaselyn Blanchard, Kristan Seemel, Justin Blanchard, Christina Pumariega, Megan Stern, Tom Ridgeley

veggies and spicy greek yogurt dip

quiche: Asparagus, Leek and Gruyere & Caramelized Onion and Gorgonzola

french toast casserole

mini new york cheesecakes

 

 

 

Emily Robin Fink is excited to work with the ladies of The Table!

In the past, Emily has worked with The Hangar Theater, Lake George Theater Lab, and Miscreant Theater among others and favorite productions include The Merchant of Venice (Portia), Playboy of the Western World (Widow Quin) and Ivanov (Anna). Emily has double degrees from Vassar College in psychology and theater and is a current student in the NYU MA General Psychology program.

 

Emily Fink

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“The F*CK Up” by Jennifer Joan Thompson

 

Regional stage work includes Crime and Punishment (Rep Theatre of St. Louis); boom (initial Brown/Trinity Playwrights Rep production, and regional premiere with Kitchen Theatre Co. in 2011); Long Day’s Journey into Night (Penabscot Theatre); The Laramie Project (Hooker-Dunham Theatre); and Jacob Marley in Trinity Rep’s annual production of A Christmas Carol, directed by Liesl Tommy. Other credits include Angels in America: Perestroika, Pericles, Henry V, Cloud 9, and The Zoo Story. Jimmy presently teaches and directs at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, as part of its NYU undergraduate BFA program. Training: BFA NYU/Tisch; MFA Brown/Trinity.

Jimmy King

 

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“cheers no tears: an intimate evening with marilyn monroe” <br> by jaselyn blanchard

 

 

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