Greg Carereis an actor and writer, and dinosaur enthusiast. New York credits include: The Improbable Fall, Rise, & Fall of John Law (Dreamscape), The Downtown Loop (3LD), Dead Special Crabs (Wide Eyed), If You Can Get To Buffalo (Incubator Arts), and Cliff (Hazard Rep). Regional credits include: As You Like It (Brimstone Creek) and Any Other Name (William Street Rep). On film: "When the Night Rolls In," "Lila's Ghost," "Beautiful Accidents," and "Bar-Crossed Lovers." Love to his friends, family, and Rose.
Rosie Sowa is an actor and singer based in NYC. She is thrilled to be back on stage with Dreamscape and some of her favorite actors! Dreamscape credits include: The Improbable Fall, Rise, & Fall John Law, and Whale Song. Other favorite credits: Miss (US premiere), Medea, Pericles, All My Sons, Last Five Years, and Miracle on 34th Street. TV/Film: "Bull" (CBS), "The Fugue," "I'm With Joy," "You're Not Sexy" and others. Rosie received her MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama. Love to her Greg.
Simon Winheld grew up in Berkeley, California, and received his MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama in 2013. Some favorite projects include the short film "12 Inches" (BraZA Productions) and his one-man show Mozart: Das Musical! at Emerging Artists Theatre. He is also a visual artist, and the author and illustrator of Are You Dissing Me? What Animals Really Think (Chronicle Books). Simon is thrilled to be working with The Dreamscape Theatre, and terrified of dinosaurs. What better way to deal with that than by being in a scary play about them?
Caitlin Cisek (Production Design) Caitlin is a freelance designer & visual artist based in New York and Resident Costume Designer with 3 Day Hangover, The Davis Shakespeare Ensemble, and Dreamscape. She was recently featured on Jezebel's Clothing Whores. Favorite Credits include: Mirror Alchemy, a design-motivated editorial project created and co-produced with The Other Mirror, In Fields Where They Lay, and Drunkle Vanya (Three Day Hangover). She’s currently producing a design-focused editorial project on the American Immigrant Legacy called "Huddled Masses." She has designed regionally with Case Western University, Boston Opera Collaborative, The Shakespeare Theater of Maine, Burning Coal Theater, and the Yale Dramat. www.CaitlinCisek.com.
Megan Culley (Original Music & Sound Design) Megan Culley is an NYC-based Sound Designer and Composer. Recent design projects include: Inanimate (The Flea Theater), Hedda/Red Light Winter (Bridge Production Group), Grounded (Dobama Theater), and Rosemary and Time (Paradise Factory Theatre). www.MeganCulley.com
Remy M. Leelike (Lighting Design) Remy M. Leelike is a Manhattan-based lighting designer who received her BA in Theatre from Hunter College. Recent theatre credits include: The Giant and the Pixie (Hudson Guild Theater), Sleepy Hollow (Congregation Rodeph Sholom), Into the Woods (Wingspan Conservatory), Peter and the Starcatcher (Wingspan Conservatory), Much Ado about Nothing (Secret Theater), The Great Pie Robbery (Elektra Theater). Remy is a resident designer with LaMicro Theater and with The Heckscher Theater at El Museo Del Barrio. For more visit RemyLeelikeDesigns.com
Brad Raimondo (Director) Brad Raimondo is co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of The Dreamscape Theatre. Previous world premieres for Dreamscape include: Ricardo Pérez González’ In Fields Where They Lay (New Ohio 2014), Matt Herzfeld’s The Improbable Fall, Rise, & Fall of John Law (IRT 2016), & Claire Kiechel’s Whale Song (FringeNYC 2011). Regional & University: Icarus by Edwin Sanchez (Yale University Dramat, 2015), Midwest premiere of George Brant’s Any Other Name (Williams Street Rep, 2017). Brad holds an MFA from the New School for Drama and is a proud member of SDC and a Drama League Classical Directing Fellow. www.bradraimondo.com
Alexander V Thompson (Playwright) A Pittsburgh native, Alex has been a writer and actor for fifteen years, the last four based here in NYC. Alex is honored to be working with the fantastic team at Dreamscape to bring Pete Rex to life. This is his first full-length production in NYC and second partnership with Dreamscape having contributed Spring Eternal to the Dreamscape “Theatre of the Air” series. As an actor, favorite credits include: Dracula at Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Arabian Nights with Lookingglass (Chicago), and The Aliens with Dobama Theatre (Cleveland). Love to all who helped make this dream a reality.
Maya Evans (Assistant Director & Associate Producer) This is Maya's fifth Dreamscape project, and she's thrilled to be back! She recently assisted with costume design for PUFFS currently running at New World Stages. NYC Credits: Blood & Water, The Butterfly's Day, Kingdom of the Clouds (Producing Director - My Pies Productions), In Fields Where They Lay, The Improbable Fall… of John Law, The Young Folk, Before the Fall (Dreamscape). Regional/Youth: Side Show (Porchlight Music Theatre), The Sound of Music (Windy City Music Theater), Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, High School Musical (White Plains Performing Arts Center). Maya earned her BFA at NYU Tisch. mayahanaevans.com
Patrick Harnett-Marshall (Productio Stage Manager) Patrick Harnett-Marshall works in both stage management and dramaturgy. Projects include: Songs about Trains (Radical Evolution), Enemy of the People (Upstart Creatures), Blood & Water (My Pies Productions), Are You Ready to Get PAMPERED!? (Uncorseted Series), Hookin' or Daughters of Jerusalem (Dixon Place), In the Copse of the Dog King (Silent Barn), Icons/Idols (Byzantine Choral Project). He is a graduate of Bennington College where he directed work of María Irene Fornés, dramaturged plays of Juana Inés de la Cruz, and translated verse of Lope de Vega. Heartfelt thanks to Dreamscape!
Michael L. Eisenstein (Fight Choreographer) is thrilled to work on this exciting new work. He has choreographed for Boomerang Theatre Company, Flux Theatre Ensemble, New York Classical, The Secret Theatre, [by the mummers], The Montana Repertory Theatre and New York University. He was trained by J. David Brimmer and has assisted him on The Cripple of Inishmaan and Made in Poland. Michael has taught stage combat at NYU, Sitka Fine Arts Camp and coaches privately. www.TheNerdyAssassin.com.
Written by Alexander V Thompson Directed by Brad Raimondo
Featuring Greg Carere, Rosie Sowa, & Simon Winheld