Stephen James Anthony* (Private Thomas Pfeiffer) Broadway: War Horse (Lincoln Center Theater).  Off-Broadway: The Grand Manner (Lincoln Center Theater). Other NY: Lancelot (360 Rep.), The Glory of Living (Revolve Productions). Regional: The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Orlando Shakespeare Theater); Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Fiddler on the Roof (Syracuse Stage); Arcadia (Theater in the Round); Equus, Lend Me a Tenor (Black Box Players); Korczak’s Children, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (The Children’s Theater Company); Orphan Train, Swede Hollow (The Great American History Theater). TV/Film: Hypebeasts, Hello My Name is Linda, Walk Away, Utica. Training: BFA Syracuse University; Shakespeare’s Globe, London.  www.stephenjamesanthony.com
Zack Calhoon* (Sargent James Woodward/Johann) is an award-winning playwright and actor. Select Acting Credits: played title role in Hamlet twice, Billy (The Real Thing), Edmund (King Lear); Prince Hal (Henry IV Part 1), Lee (True West) and has also originated lead roles in numerous new plays.  Select Writing Credits: Blanquita (2014 Capital Rep NEXT ACT! New Play Summit and 2014 Semi-Finalist for the O’Neill Playwrights Conference) and wrote two episodes for the 2nd season of the award-winning web series, Then We Got Help! Training: BFA in Acting from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Proud member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA and WGAE.  www.zackcalhoon.com
Nicholas Carter* (Private Giles Andersen/Kris) Credits include David Cromer's Our Town (Huntington Theatre Company); Hapgood directed by Evan Yionoulis (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Hot Fun In The Wintertime (The Cherry Lane); Shear Madness (The Charles Playhouse). Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer's Night Dream (Shakespeare Now).
Jeff Gonzales (Private Harold Dietrich/Kaspar) is extremely grateful to be with the ensemble of In Fields Where They Lay.  Most recently, Jeff was seen playing “Max” in Playhouse on Park’s production of Lend Me a Tenor.  Other credits: All’s Well That Ends Well, King Lear, The Three Musketeers, and The Two Noble Kinsmen (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festiva)l; Our Town, The Marriage of Figaro, and The Winter’s Tale (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey). Television: A Crime to Remember (Discovery). Jeff received his MFA from the New School for Drama.
Joe Kolbow* (Lieutenant Reginald Jeffries/Kettleman) Acting credits include Arcadia and Macbeth at The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Tina Howe's NY premiere of Skin Deep (59E59), La Ronde and Feydeau’s Mixed Doubles (Extant Arts, NYC). Co-artistic director of The Donovan Ensemble, Joe created the role Merril Garrick in their original comedy-theater piece Super Spectacular! To Opera with Love which has performed at festivals across the US and Canada. Studied in Paris with Master-Clown Philippe Gaulier and in NY at The Actor's Center and the Wynn Handman Studio. BA, St. Olaf College, MFA, University of Alabama/Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Feeling much goodwill toward the talented men and women of this production!
Spencer Davis Milford* (Private Theodore "Teddy" Jones) is honored to be telling the story of the brave men who fought in WWI with such a terrific cast. Spencer is currently a freshman Musical Theater major at Pace University. Broadway: The Winslow Boy (Roundabout); 1st National Tours: Billy Elliot, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Regional: The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse, The Muny, Stages St. Louis, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, and Variety Children's Theatre. Huge thanks to Brad and Ricardo for this opportunity. Thank you Nancy Carson, Katie, Lara, and Landon for your help and guidance. Love to God and the Santiago family! 
Equiano Mosieri (Private Phillip Osbourne) is a Nigerian-British-American artist excited to be working with Dreamscape Theatre for the first time. New York and regional theaters have seen him in a variety of roles from simple leads to complex clowns. He was recently seen at B.A.M's Next Wave Festival in The Parables Conference; LoudSol's Summer Blue (Theater For The New City); The Merchant Of Venice (Shakespeare Forum); Romeo And Juliet (Shakespeare & Company). He attended Emory University and received an MFA from Brandeis University.
Christine Perrotta (Catherine Pfeiffer) is thrilled to be working with Dreamscape once more on In Fields Where They Lay. STAGE: NY- Mythkeeper-Ensemble (Mabou Mines Artist Residency) Field Trip - Kirsty Tinto (Superhero Clubhouse) The Trojan Women- Cassandra (New School for Drama) The Tale of Jamie Freel- Sylph (NY Children's Theatre Festival)Dog Eat Dog - Chrissy (Dreamscape Theatre), Smile and Wave- Rachel (Gallery Players) Phila:Company- Angel (EgoPo Productions),Hysteria- Ensemble (Wilma Theatre) TV/FILM: R&J(the web series) -Apothecary (ReadySetGo) EMC. MFA New School for Drama. BA Indiana University. Huge thanks and love to Brad, Ricardo, Emily and the lovely gentlemen of the cast. Big love to Jonathan!
Ricardo Pérez González (Playwright) splits his time writing between his stoop garden in NYC and his window garden in LA. His first play, the story of the WWI Christmas Truce In Fields Where They Lay (dir. Brad Raimondo) was hailed by the NY Times as “gripping” and “moving drama.” Since that debut, the Sundance Institute selected Ricardo for their Inaugural Writer’s Intensive and his Alan Turing Biopic, The Tender Peel, won him an Alfred P. Sloan Grant. He is also currently a member of the Emerging Writer’s Group at the Public Theater. His produced writing credits include the drag ball musical Neon Baby (book writer/co-lyricist, Pregones 2013), Inside Out (commissioned by Pregones to address anti-gay bullying), a play about the biblical figure Hannah (2014 commission), Ashé, his Puerto Rican style two brothers myth (UP Theater, 2013), and his short film Losses and Gains about gay male body image. Unproduced work includes his transgender family drama, La casa de Ocaso, his BDSM drama R.A.C.K., his comedic play about cultural scapegoating, Name & Blame, Inc., and his play about the cutthroat world of women in academia, Plagium. Upcoming projects include a December 2014 remount of In Fields Where They Lay, and the ongoing development of Red and Gold, his new play about racially segregated gay bars in the 1950s, at the New York Public Theater.
Brad Raimondo (Director & Developer) is a New York City based Director, Producer and Teaching Artist who earned his MFA in Directing at the New School for Drama in May, 2013. During his final year at the New School, Brad directed his own two-hour adaptation of Hamlet, the world premiere of Some Dark Places of the Earth by Claire Kiechel and an actors’ co-lab production of Othello. Recent projects include assisting Davis McCallum on the new Samuel D. Hunter play The Few at Rattlestick, and directing A Streetcar Named Desire for the Mime & Mummers at Fordham Univeristy, the world premiere of Claire Kiechel’s Whale Song or Learning to Live With Mobyphobia, praised by nytheatre.com for its “beautiful and pointed” direction (The Dreamscape Theatre/FringeNYC 2011), Pageant Wagon’s “masterful” production of Don Nigro’s Green Man (Frigid Festival, 2010). In 2013 Brad directed three plays in the summer season of Illinois’ largest summer theatre festival, Festival 56: Lanford Wilson’s Talley’s Folly, The Heiress by Ruth and Augustus Goetz and Hometown – Anonymous, a new site-specific play based on stories submitted by the local community. As co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of The Dreamscape Theatre, Brad has produced sixteen of Dreamscape’s seventeen full productions since 2002, including six world premieres.  He has also produced or co-produced fourteen readings or development workshops of new plays with Dreamscape. 
Anna Ebbesen (Musical Director) is a music director, arranger, and audition coach based in New York City.  She has also been the music supervisor at the New York Film Academy’s musical theatre department since it’s inception.  As a music director, Anna has worked in New York and regionally, with conducting credits including West Side Story, A Chorus Line, and The Wizard the Oz and others, as well as original works.  She recently arranged and orchestrated the music for the musical short film, Legion of Grads.  Her coaching clients can be seen on Broadway and National Tours, and in major regional houses.  Anna holds a B.A. in Music and Theatre from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota and is a proud member of the American Federation of Musicians, Local 802.
Clifton Chadick (Scenic Designer) is a New York based scenic designer for musical theater, dance, opera and drama.  He received his BFA from the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music.

Caitlin Cisek (Costume Designer) Upcoming: Icarus (Yale Dramat) NYC: The Tragedy of Dandelion (Ego Actus) The Weiner Monologues (The Factory) Blood Brothers, In The Bones (APAC) Caucasian Chalk Circle (Columbia University) Bite The Apple, Mme. Bovary (The Other Mirror). Regional: A Woman of No Importance (Theater at Monmouth) La Cenerentola (Boston Opera Collaborative) Jesus Fund (Burning Coal) Pirates of Penzance, The Mousetrap, Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play (SRT), The Fantasticks (Women's Theater of NJ). To learn more, check her out at www.CaitlinCisek.com.

Wilburn Bonnell (Lighting Designer) is thrilled to be joining the In Fields… team once again. Recently: new musicals Dixon Family Album and Becoming Sylvia (Williamstown); Deathtrap and White Christmas (Engeman); A Snowfall in Berlin and The Big Funk (Nylon Fusion); Mr. Irresistible and Project: LOHAN (La MaMa); associate & assistant designer for Broadway and national tours; five seasons as lighting supervisor of Williamstown Theatre Festival. Graduate of Vassar College. Member of United Scenic Artists, local USA-829 IATSE. www.bonnelldesign.com 

Mark Van Hare (Sound Designer) is a composer and sound designer working in New York City.  He designed the sound for The Myth Project with Noor Theatre Company, Remission at the Ford Studio at Signature Theatre, Daniel Fish's Eternal at Incubator Arts Project, All God's Chillun Got Wings at JACK, Look Upon Our Lowliness at Harlem School of the Arts Theatre, and Tar Baby at DR2 Theatre. He also designed the sound for Elizabeth Rex and Much Ado About Nothing at the Stonington Opera House and composed the music for Las Meninas at Asolo Repertory Theatre. markvanhare.com
Deb Gaouette (Props) Recent credits include: Off-Broadway: Handle with Care (The Westside Theater); Sleeping Rough and You Got Older (Page 73); Dr. Knock, Is Life Worth Living, Glass Cage, So Help Me God, What the Public Wants, Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd, and Wife to James Wheeling (Mint Theater); Hand to God (Ensemble Studio Theater); Witch of Edmonton (Red Bull Theater); Regional: Rocky Horror (Bucks County Playhouse); 42nd Street and Caberet (The Trump Plaza Casino) and has prop supervised several main stage productions at Fordham University.
Katie Palmer (Choreography). NY Choreography: Held Momentarily (The Sheen Center, NYC Fringe ENCORES Series), Holy Crab! (workshop, NYTW), Perfect Curiosity (workshop, Dir Elizabeth Hess). Co-Artistic Director, THEATER IN ASYLUM. With THEATER IN ASYLUM: ¡Olé! (Prague International Fringe Festival, NYC: UNDER St Marks), #CORIOLANUS, Revolution in 1, TIA’s FRANKENSTEIN, NIJINSKY IN ASYLUM. Upcoming: developing a musical inspired by the Brontë Sisters’ lives and literature. Katie is delighted to be working with Brad again after adding movement to The Tale of Jamie Freel at The New York Children’s Theater Festival. BFA, NYU Tisch.
Emily Roth (Production Stage Manager) is a recent graduate of Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA, earning Bachelors degrees in Music and Technical Theater, with emphasis in stage management and lighting design. Most recently, she worked with Festival 56 as Production Stage Manager/Production Manager for their 2014 summer season. Stage management credits include Iphigenia at Aulis, The Heiress, Macbeth, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Full Monty, Blithe Spirit, City of Angels, The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee, Sylvia, Oliver!, Bye Bye Birdie, and Good Television. 
Kristin Goehring (Associate Producer) Assistant Production Manager at Ars Nova (Jacuzzi, Charlatan, Eager to Lose, ANT Fest '13 & '14) and assists in developing new works with a fantastic collection of artists. Other various credits include work with Lincoln Center Education, NYMF, NYC Fringe, Nick Blaemire, Joe Iconis and more. She also does promotional and production photography. All of the thanks to Jes, Zach, Anthony, Ashley, and my people on the West Coast. 
Maya Evans (Company Manager) Hailing from the majestic desert of Arizona, Maya is a performer/director/administrator armed with a passion for original work & her BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Recent credits include: Funeral Food (The Kraine), The Butterfly's Day (The Clarion Theater), Kingdom of the Clouds (Theater 80 St. Mark's), & Mercury in Retrograde (Joe's Pub).