As Slimy As Young Snails
AS SLIMY AS YOUNG SNAILS
Playwright- Arlene Hutton
Arlene Hutton is an alumna of New Dramatists, member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, and a resident playwright at Access Theatre. Plays include LAST TRAIN TO NIBROC (NY Drama League Best Play nomination) and LETTERS TO SALA. Hutton’s works have been presented at FringeNYC, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Off- and Off-Off-Broadway and at theatres throughout the world. She is a three-time winner of the Samuel French Short Play Festival, eight-time finalist for the Actors’ Theatre of Louisville 10-Minute Play Contest, recipient of the Lippman and Callaway Awards, an EST/Sloan Commission, the Big Bridge Commission and a NYFA Fellowship. Hutton teaches playwriting at The Barrow Group.
Director -Dillon Heape
Dillon Heape is an actor, singer, and artist based in NYC. He is always thrilled to reunite with the Barrington Collective, having appeared as Charlie in Jenny King’s Reconciling, and occasionally directing for the Holiday Reading Series. Dillon has performed in NYC with New York Musical Festival (NYMF), Three Day Hangover, Recent Cutbacks, Strange Sun, and HOT! Festival, and regionally/abroad with the American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Rep, PearlDamour, Mile Square Theatre, and the Moscow Art Theatre. He holds a BFA from the University of Evansville and an MFA from A.C.T. dillonheape.com
Christy - Erin Jillian Clarke
Erin Jillian Clarke London: premieres of After Penelope (White Bear, RADA Festival, Rome Fringe,) Harry's Girls (The Gatehouse, RADA Studios,) and Welcome Home (Theatre Deli, Rag Factory); Anya in The Cherry Orchard, Bride in Blood Wedding. Stateside: Catherine in Proof, Lady Anne in Richard III. MFA in Acting from East 15 London.
Sharon - Allison Porta
Allison is happy to be working again with the lovely Barrington Collective! Previous work includes: How I Learned to Drive, The Exonerated, The Cherry Orchard, Once in a Lifetime, and the UK Premier of Book of Days. MFA in Acting from East 15 Acting School.
Kimberly - Katie Morrill
Katie Morrill has worked as a student and professional actor, vocal instructor and scenic painter all over the western United States, London, and Moscow for the past ten years. When Katie was not in class with her amazing colleagues at East 15 or going to shows she could be found reading about String Theory, eating homemade popcorn with friends, or wandering through the English countryside with her bird book and a set of paints. Katie has now officially relocated to New York City with her new MFA in tow. katiemorrill.com