Patrice Bell* as Tonya
Stage credits include: A Midsummer Nights Dream, You Can't Take it With You, and Little Shop of Horrors. Film/TV credits: Gabriel, The Onion News, and Six of One. Patrice is a Magnum Cum Laude graduate of the University of Central Florida Theatre Conservatory and a 2012 Mary Louise Rockwell Scholarship recipient at Primary Stages/ESPA. She is also a member of the NYC based vocal ensemble Bending Threads. www.bendingthreads.com “Success through Longevity!”
Josh Doucette* as Len
Josh Doucette is pleased to make his debut with Long View Theater. He has worked regionally with Chicago Shakespeare, Steppenwolf Theatre, The Pearl Theatre, and Nebraska Shakespeare, among others. He received a BFA from Creighton University, and an MFA from The Chicago College of Performing Arts. www.joshdoucette.com
Maria Wolf* as Karen
Maria Wolf is thrilled to originate the role of Karen in Office Politics. Previous roles include Madame Irma in The Balcony, Vita Sackville-West in Vita & Virginia, Sunny Jacobs in The Exonerated and Lotte Schoen in Lettice & Lovage. A big thank you to Marcy Lovitch for writing this important play and to David for his love and support.
Philip Guerette* as Greg
Philip is thrilled to be working with Longview. Select theater credits include Twelfth Night and The Grapes Of Wrath at The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, The Wild Duck and The Glass Menagerie at THEATREWORKS Colorado, and Dracula at Cohoes Music Hall. He plays Daniel Wesson in the upcoming National Geographic miniseries American Genius.
Carson Lee* as Bruce
Carson has worked professionally in New York as well as the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. New York credits include: The Water Children, Goodly Rotten Apple Productions, The Tenant, Theater for the New City, as well as the short film Sweetness. Twin Cities: Mixed Blood Theater, Frank Theater, Park Square Theater, Old Log Theater, and Starting Gate Productions. He received his B.A. in Theatre Arts (emphasis in acting) from Augsburg College in Minneapolis.
Molly Lovell as Ingrid
Molly received her training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is also the founder and artistic director of the Long View Theater Company. Some of her roles include: Catherine – And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, Jane – Jane's Birthday, Ginger Reed – Book of Days, Female Lead – Blue Room, Daisy –Return Engagements, Linda – Talk Radio, Helena – Scenes and Revelations. Molly's Los Angeles credits include sketch comedy work with the talented actors at the Sacred Fools Theater as well as commercial work.
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Nicholas De Sibio as Marcus
Singer, actor, writer, director and producer. Some favorite stage roles: Treplev, The Seagull (Columbus Rep. Theater), The Prince, The Sneezing Prince (Queens Theater in the Park), Robbie, Oscar (NY Performance Works, NYC), Raul, Extremities (Phil Bosakowski Theater, NYC) and Leona, Working Out With Leona (Courtyard Theatre, NYC). Directing credits include: The Stronger (Studio Theatre, NYC), Behind The Veil (Medicine Show, NYC), The Ties That Bind (Winner Sam. French Short Play Award, NYC), No It’s Not My Period (Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYC), Even Supermodels Get The Blues (WomenKind Festival NYC) and The Gift (TrueBoo Productions). His solo work, Strange Fruit, was performed at Ensemble Studio Theatre (NYC), Surf Reality (NYC), Dixon Place (NYC) and the 78th St. Theatre Lab (NYC). Most recent performance: Office Politics “Cabaret Benefit” (Metropolitan Room).