Two coworkers at a niche social network provide the means for a young couple to achieve Internet celebrity by uploading and sharing an interactive time capsule of their romantic history. When the couple's future together is threatened and commodified by a viral marketing campaign, time starts getting away from everyone - years elapse in a constant stream of fan pages, photoshoots, trending hashtags and incoming texts as ambient feedback seeps
quietly into every corner of their lives. Kicking off with a funeral and ending with a burial, #ReganCross weighs the worth of omnipresent communication devices as they swallow up more and more of our finite time, pitting the growing role of social media in our experience of memory against our best laid plans to create meaning in the relationships we intend to last.
Doug was most recently seen in Playlight Theatre Company's production of The Great Pie Robbery... in the NYCFringe Festival. He is a proud AEA member and graduate of Northwestern University and The School at Steppenwolf. Favorite credits include Three Days of Rain (Walker/Ned), The Kiss of the Spiderwoman (Molina), and The Three Sisters (Andrey). He would like to thank his family, friends, teachers, and everyone at Wolf Talent Group for all their support.
Credits: Twelfth Night (Orsino) at Smith Street Stage; Into The Woods (Rapunzel's Prince), An Italian Straw Hat (Fadinard), Taking Steps (Tristram) at Hope Summer Repertory Theatre; The Threepenny Opera (Macheath), Cabaret (Cliff), Shakespeare In Hollywood (Dick Powell) at the Connecticut Repertory Theatre; A Midsummer Night's Dream (Demetrius/Starveling) at the Actors Shakespeare Co. & NJCU. Thank you to my family for all your love, guidance, and support. www.michaelhanson.info
Wes Haskell recently moved to the city as an actor/singer/dancer, director, and teaching artist. A small-town South Dakota native, Wes is excited to be making his NYC premiere with this wonderful team! Favorites include: Good Boys and True (Brandon), Blood Brothers (Mickey), Mother Courage (Cook), Legally Blonde (Warner). You can see him in a few music videos and national commercials. MFA Acting, Michigan State. For Sara Javers. www.weshaskell.com
Kathleen is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at Atlantic Theater School and Stonestreet Studios. She recently starred with Rachel Dratch in the short film Teacher of the Year (premiered at TriBeCa 2012). She's worked with numerous up and coming theater companies in NY, including Whiskey Rebellion and Live Source Collective. She is so excited to be part of such a wonderful new play!
Cara is a Brooklyn based actress with an unyielding love for salted caramel, Mark Helprin novels, and period dramas. Since graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts she's had the opportunity to become-someone-else in multiple mediums, performing in productions ranging from experimental Neo-Classical theater to independent film to holographic performance art (that last one is sort of untrue), while training with some fantastic groups and teachers along the way, including SITI Company and Wynn Handman. She is co-founder of Squidink Productions, a boutique production consulting firm focused on start-ups and developing brands, and is currently dedicating evenings to co-writing her first feature about a young woman with an all-consuming phobia of plastic. More information, photos, and credits can be found at caraloften.com.
Catherine Cusick wrote, directed, produced and performed in the staged reading of #ReganCross in May 2012 at Space on White in TriBeCa. She has performed in over thirty plays, readings and workshops in New York, New Jersey, London and Massachusetts. She has assistant directed productions of Chekhov's Three Sisters (dir. Christopher Grabowski) and a modern-day adaptation of Shaw's Pygmalion (dir. Dennis Reid). She studied acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, and Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Massachusetts. She is a recipient of the Molly Thacher Kazan Memorial Prize for Distinction in the Theater Arts and holds a B.A. from Vassar College.
Michael Faba is a lighting designer and lighting supervisor for Dance and Theatre. Recent designs include Girls With Dreams at La Mama, Telemachus, Darling at the Abrons Art Center, Dance Iquail! at the Harlem School of the Arts, The Rub at The Magic Futurebox, FLICFest at Theater Irondale, Kids on Parade at the Lee Strasberg Center for Theatre and Film, and One in Six at 100 Grand. Mike is currently the lighting supervisor for Pilobolus’s main company, P7. Lighting Supervisor credits include the Kate Weare Company, Radiolab and Pilobolus’ collaboration Radiolab Live: In The Dark, and Martha Clarke’s Angel Reapers. www.mikefaba.com
Sophie Bristol Pickens was born and raised in Bristol, VT. She studied at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, where she managed the Susan Stein Shiva Theater. She is currently Operations Manager for Pamela Love Jewelry, LLC., and a freelance costume designer. She lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her two cats.
Molly Shoemaker is a recent grad of Vassar College and is presently interning down the street at Signature Theatre Company. Her next project will be PA-ing for Signature's upcoming production of The Mound Builders.
Kelley Van Dilla is thrilled to be working on his first professional set design. Recent projects include assistant directing Harrison TX at Primary Stages, dir. Pam MacKinnon, playing Astrov in Uncle Vanya at The Experimental Theatre of Vassar College, dir. Christopher Grabowski (Molly Thatcher Kazan Memorial Prize). Education: BA Vassar College. Thank you to my family and friends for your endless support. www.kelleyvandilla.com
Joseph Wolfslau is a set, sound, and costume designer based in New York City. Recent designs include sound for Telemachus, Darling (HITS), set and costumes for The What Dance (Target Margin/Tugboat Collective), sound for 4 Sustenance (The Movement Theater Company), sound for The Rub (Hole in the Sky), costumes for Our Town (The New School), sound for The Good Person of Szechwan (Columbia), costumes for Ghost in the Machine (Dead Copycats), set, sound, and costumes for Harm’s Way (Philaletheus Society), sound for The Seagull (Lake Lucille), sound for P.S. It’s Poison (Panic), and set for A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Troupe).
Theatre Row is a collection of newly renovated historic theatres in Times Square, New York City, including the Acorn Theatre, The Beckett Theatre, The Clurman Theatre, The Kirk Theatre, The Lion Theatre, and The Studio Theatre. It is owned and operated by the 42nd Street Development Corporation.
December 20 & 21, 8:00pm
December 22, 2:00pm & 8:00pm
December 23, 3:00pm
410 West 42nd Street