Marshall is a New York City based actor. She grew up on the corner of a wheat field and dirt road in northern Oklahoma. After graduating from NYU she's focused on contributing to new theatre work, performing off-Broadway, and lending her loud voice as a voiceover artist. She's currently in production on her own short film venture. You can find out more on MarshallLouise.com, or through social media: @MarshallLouise.
Trained at HB Studio, Larry previously appeared in Egg and Spoon's production of A Dream Play, and is thrilled to be working with the company again. Other theater credits include Harvey, The Cherry Orchard, Proof, Fool for Love, A Soldier's Play, Street Scene, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Real Inspector Hound, The Royal Family, The Hot L Baltimore, Twelve Angry Men, Purlie Victorious, Awake and Sing!, The Foreigner, And Then There Were None.
Henry hails from Rochester, NY where he studied Musical Theatre at Nazareth College. Henry has performed in two national children's theatre tours for ArtsPower and as Jack Frost in the Christmas theme park Santa's Village! Other credits include: Cladwell in URINETOWN, Charlie Kringas in MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG and Moritz in SPRING AWAKENING. Outside of acting, Henry applies his creative skills to costume and hair design and builds his collection of vintage clothing and antiques.
Kayla Juntilla is from Las Vegas, NV and is currently attending New York University studying Acting at Tisch School of the Arts’ Experimental Theatre Wing. Her recent credits include Of Granite and Glass (Palm Springz) choreographed by Catherine Galasso at the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place and The Seagull the ETW Mainstage directed by Kevin Kuhlke.
Lily is a graduate of NYU Tisch. She trained at Stella Adler Studio of Acting, the Experimental Theatre Wing, and StonestreetStudios. Lily is a teaching artist and after performing with Egg and Spoon, she will be devising with residents at Education Alliance’s addiction treatment center. In her free time Lily tries desperately to find her next project because she hates free time and she plays Settlers of Catan with her tolerant friends and family. .
Mildred is a recent graduate of Marymount Manhattan College with a B.F.A. in Acting. Her favorite work includes Servant of Two Masters, School of the America's (MMC), Romeo and Juliet (York College PAC), and Into the Woods (Pompeii Players). She is very excited to be a part of this production with the Egg and Spoon Theatre Collective!
Jeffrey is a recent graduate from NYU with a BFA in Drama at the Tisch School of the arts. He has spent time training at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and Stonestreet Studios. Jeffrey is company member of Shakespeare in the Square NYU and Co-founder of the Ugly Dog Theatre Company. Jeffrey continues to write and directed a number of short films and comedy sketches at NYU.
Mia is a recent graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. Although based in NYC, Mia was born and raised in London where she attended the prestigious Arts Educational drama school. Some of Mia's most notable credits include Nina in THE SEAGULL, Callie in the world premier of WATER ON THE MOON, Abigail in THE CRUCIBLE and Clara Pearl in the world premier of TO WONG FOO, written and directed by Douglas Carter Beane. www.miachristinis.com
Emily is an NYC-based actress specializing in devised ensemble theatre. In art and life, she seeks to connect, provoke, and transcend. Recent roles include Kitty in YARNS (No Dominion Theatre Company), The Woman in THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SCIENCE (The Secret Theatre), and Kayle in IT'S AN UNDEAD WORLD AFTER ALL (Leela NYC Theatre Festival). She has also generated work with such groups as Tapestry Collective and The Laboratory of Soul. http://tinyurl.com/emilyscordes.
DESIGN & PRODUCTION
Amelia French (PLAYWRIGHT & COSTUME DESIGNER) is a Brooklyn-based playwright from Maine and a graduate of NYU’s Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing. Her work has most recently been performed at Portland Stage in Portland, Maine, Dixon Place in New York, and at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London, England. She is the Publications Assistant at the Dramatists Guild of America and is next headed to St. Andrews University to earn a Masters in Writing, Gender, & Performance.
Catherine Giddings (DIRECTOR) is Egg & Spoon's Associate Artistic Director. Catherine adapted and directed A Dream Play and helped to produce both Morning and The Jersey Devil Doesn't Exist. She will be performing September 12th with The Motherline Story Project for their anniversary fundraiser-- more info here!
Yve Carruthers (PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER) is a NYC based freelancer who specializes in Stage Management and general theater technician work. Often she does technician, stage management, and front of house work for Dixon Place and Brooklyn Music School along with other miscellaneous theater projects scattered throughout the year. She recvied her BFA in Stage Management from Syracuse University & stage managed Morning, Egg & Spoon's first ever production!
Greg Folsom (LIGHTING DESIGNER) is a Lighting Designer, based in New York City. He is a graduate of Syracuse University, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design and Technology. As a theatre enthusiast, he enjoys watching the performances as much as he enjoys working behind the scenes. He has designed the lights for every Egg & Spoon production to date. Learn more about Greg here.
Jacqueline Brockel (PUPPET ARTIST) is an NYC based artist and performer. Learn more about her work here.
Liam "Lonny" Lonegan (SOUND DESIGNER & PRODUCER) has served as the sound designer for every Egg & Spoon production to date, as well as leading the company as the Producing Artistic Director. Other sound design credits include Black Box Player's production of 123: A Play About Abandonment and Ballroom Dancing.
Adam Coy (PRODUCER) is a founding member of Egg & Spoon and the Collective's Artistic Associate. Adam is a proud member of The Bats Resident Acting Company at the Flea Theatre and will be directing Sarah Kane's CRAVE for Egg & Spoon in November.
Bryn Dolan (PRODUCER & CASTING DIRECTOR) is a founding member of Egg & Spoon and the collective's Financial Director. You may have seen her work as an actor in Morning or The Song of Bernadette Jones.
Elizabeth Carson (GENERAL MANAGER) joined the collective as an administrator & producer following her involvement as a performer in Jess Honovich's The Jersey Devil Doesn't Exist.