This Is A Horror Film
This Is A Horror Film
Arika Larson- Playwright
Arika Larson is a Brooklyn based playwright from Kansas. She frequently writes for both Amios theatre and Six Part Productions. Her work has been developed at the Great Plains Theater Conference, the HMBG foundation in Creede, Colorado and the Wayne Center for the Arts. Her play, Birthday Boy, was a semifinalist for the O'Neill National Playwright's Conference. She is currently studying playwriting at Brooklyn College with Mac Wellman.
Mitchell Glass- Director
Mitchell Glass is excited to be working with Barrington Collective for the first time. Thank you to Jenny, JoJo, and Katie for this opportunity. His Credits include: Directing: The Producers (Desert Stages – Scottsdale), White Christmas (co-director, Actor’s Youth Theatre), In Words & Deeds (O Positive Theatre Co.), Three Sisters (Assistant - East 15), Platform (Assistant - East 15), Ladies In Waiting: The Trial of Henry VIII (Tier 5 Theatre Co. – On Tour), Bonnie and Clyde the Musical (co-director, Actor’s Youth Theatre), World Theatre (East 15), The Mectatskaya Show (East 15), The King and I (Vista), The Music Man (Vista), Julius Caesar (Vista), Twelfth Night (Vista), and Once On This Island (Vista). Acting: Love (UN)Sought (Ophelia Theatre Project), The Producers (Desert Stages – Scottsdale), Phaedra’s Love (Cardoso Theatre Co.), DISCO (Three Pegs Productions), The Mectatskaya Show (East 15), Wait Until Dark (Broadway West), Rabbit Hole (BYU), Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Hale Centre Theatre Orem), No Time For Sergeants (Hale Centre Theatre Orem) Hamlet (BYU), and The Foreigner (BYU). Received his MFA from East 15 Acting School in London and his BA from Brigham Young University.
(Kelsie) Gibson -Wendy K. Skuse
Wendy K. Skuse - Wendy is excited to be involved in her first endeavor with the Barrington Collective after her recent move from Los Angeles to NYC. Since graduating from the East 15 Acting School with her MFA in Acting, Wendy has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, the Hollywood Fringe festival, and landed a supporting role in a Feature film with HeSaid/SheSaid Productions. In addition to various roles for TV, commercial, and theatre Wendy is an active writer, singer and voice over artist.
Brett - Dave Beckett
David grew up everywhere and nowhere in the United States, thanks to his father's military career. His aspirations of achieving financial stability were completely derailed when he attended the College of Charleston and earned his BA in Acting. After graduation and another great year of acting in Charleston, he decided to further his training and moved to London in 2013. David graduated from East 15 Acting school with his MFA in Acting in July of 2015. He is eternally grateful for the love and support of his friends and family around world. davidjamesbeckett.com
Megan - Stephanie Juergens
Stephanie Juergens is super excited to be part of The Barrington Collective's Night of Fright! Originally from Missouri, Stephanie moved to New York to study acting at The William Esper Studio. After completing the program she decided to make NYC her home base and has worked on projects in both theatre and film, including her first role in a feature length-portraying the love interest in...a horror film.
Travis - Jackson Simmons
Jackson graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2016 and has since moved to NYC. He recently performed in a staged reading of the play Boom. He's happy to be involved with Barrington Collective for the first time!
Nigel - Oliver James Burke
Oliver James Burke is an actor, musician and writer currently based in New York City. Having performed in the United States, United Kingdom and Russia, he holds a Masters of Fine Arts in acting from East 15 in London England.
Amir - Sigmond Varga
Sigmond is incredibly excited to be performing in his second BarCo production after making his debut as a writer and actor for them in "Call Your Mom Back". He holds a Masters in Acting from East 15 Acting School and is also appearing in a production of "Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe" at the Roebuck Theatre (which is exactly one floor above the theater you are in now) and opens October 26th.