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OUR CAST

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Daniel Chavarriaga

Daniel is a Syracuse Alum and is enchanted to be working with Egg & Spoon on this production of CRAVE. He was recently in a one-act at the Hudson Guild Theater and played Diego in "Max Out" (Pilot). If he's not acting, he's usually playing soccer, ping-pong, guitar, or FortNite.

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Kenny Hahn

(he/she/they) is a recently graduated queer actor, playwright and director who passionately believes in the power of storytelling. His show LOVE ME TENDER was produced at the Wild Project Theater in September, and he is excited to be working with Egg & Spoon Theatre Collective on his first post-graduate acting endeavor! She would like to thank her family, friends, and most importantly, her tiny dog, Nugget. Upcoming credits include a staged reading of IN THE WOODS WHERE THE MEN WORK.

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Jack O’Brien

Jack is a graduate of LaGuardia High School for the Arts, and Syracuse University’ Department of Drama with a BFA in Acting. A native Brooklynite, and lollipop enthusiast, who is thrilled to bring Sarah Kane's ideas to life.

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Morgan Price

Morgan is a New York actress originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Recently a graduate of the Department of Drama at Syracuse University, she is proud and excited to begin her New York theatrical journey with both Sarah Kane and Egg & Spoon.


OUR PRODUCTION TEAM

Adam Coy / Director

Adam is a director and theatre artist from San Antonio Texas, now based in NYC. He holds a BFA in Acting from Syracuse University, where he received the Abady Award for Excellence in Directing. Coy is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation 2018-19 Observership Class, a founding member of Egg & Spoon Theatre Collective, is a proud member of the Flea Theater’s acting company The Bats, and makes up a third of the Coy brother's production company, Los Tres Hermanos.

Steven Medina / Scenic Design

Steven is a scenic + projection designer for dance, film + stage. He is originally from Los Angeles, CA, where he studied fine art. Credits include, Scenic Design: LURED (Theatre for the New City, open 11/8-11/25/2018), YOUNG DR. JEKYLL (Proctors Theatre), DROWSY CHAPERONE(Pace Performing Arts), FRAGMENTED FRIDA (BAM Brooklyn), LORD OF THE FLIES (Stand Up Prod).  Projection Design: ALPHABET CITY (Columbia University), LYSISTRATA (3-Legged Dog), JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Pace Performing Arts). Former Intern for Derek McLane Scenic Design. BFA Production + Design from Pace School of Performing Arts. www.stevenmedinadesigns.com

Andy LiDestri / Lighting Design

Andrew (Andy) is thrilled to be designing once again and also so excited to be working with Egg & Spoon. Graduating from Syracuse University in 2017 with a B.F.A in Theater Design and Technology, his previous SU lighting design credits include, CRAZY FOR YOU and BERLIN TO BROADWAY. He is currently the Master Electrician for the Finger Lakes Music Theatre Festival at Merry Go Round Playhouse in Auburn, NY, and next he will be working on a production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Hartford Stage in Hartford, Connecticut. 

Jessica Crawford / Costume Design

Jessica is a costume and production designer born and raised in New York City. Since receiving her theatrical design degree from Syracuse University, Jessica has been designing and assisting on various theater, film, and TV productions. Previous works include LORDES, THE PHILLIE TRILOGY, MORNING (Egg & Spoon Theatre Collective), and Syracuse University’s production of BERLIN TO BROADWAY.

Louis Coy / Sound Designer

Louis is a mixed media artist and multi-instrumentalist currently residing in Los Angeles, California. Originally from southwest Texas, Coy is of Xicanx / Tejanx / Ukrainian Jewish descent and creates work in the form of ritual/performance art, video, object, experimental music and song. Coy received their MFA from California Institute of the Arts and has held residencies at La Domaine Forget, the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, and the Brevard Music Center. Coy is a frequent performer with songwriter/performance artist SanCha, East LA based band/Queer-Latinx music collective Sister Mantos, has been featured as a multi-instrumentalist on records by artists such as Eyvind Kang, Avey Tare, Blonde Redhead, Tyler Holmes and PJ Sin Suela, and his installation/performance “Joyas Pequeñas” was exhibited as part of the 2017 New York Electronic Arts Festival.

Yve Carruthers / Stage Manager

Yve is a NYC based freelancer who specializes in Stage Management and Technical Crew. She often does stage management, front of house and general technician work for Dixon Place and Brooklyn Music School; along with other miscellaneous theater projects much like CRAVE, scattered throughout the year. She received her BFA in Stage Management from Syracuse University.

Timmy Gage / Production Manager 

Timmy is a member of Egg & Spoon's core staff and is excited to serve as the Production Manager for their second season. Outside of Egg & Spoon Timothy works at The Public Theater as a member of their administrative staff and freelance directs, choreographs, and teaches. Following CRAVE he will be choreographing an original holiday show for the Millbrook Playhouse Youth Ensemble in Mill Hall, PA.

Elizabeth Carson / Casting Director

Timmy is excited to serve as the Production Manager for CRAVE, his third production with Egg & Spoon. Outside of Egg & Spoon, Timothy works administratively at The Public Theater, teaches theatre and dance, and works on the front of house staff at New York Theatre Workshop. Following Jersey Devil he will be opening a teen production of Godspell that he is assistant directing and then going up to Stagedoor Manor to teach for the summer.

ADDITIONAL SPECIAL THANKS TO

Catherine Giddings

 

THANK YOU FOR JOINING US FOR OUR SECOND PRODUCTION OF THE SEASON.

Up Next:

THE KILLER by Eugene Ionesco

Despite its immaculate beauty, our city is losing light. Quickly. We know who’s responsible, and finally there is a citizen determined enough to stop him. Originally produced in Paris in 1959, this play's bleak absurdism speaks to the current moment more than we’d like to admit. THE KILLER will run February 7th-10th, at Access Theater in SoHo.

Tickets will be available online, beginning January 1st, 2019.

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