Gil Brady* (JOHN) is so thrilled to be working on this wonderful new piece! Off-Broadway: National Pastime at The Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. National Tour: Annie. Regional: I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, Our Son's Wedding (Florida Studio Theatre), Boeing, Boeing (Seven Angels Theatre), Around The World in 80 Days and Three Days of Rain (Oldcastle Theatre), Grease (Fulton Theatre and Mill Mountain), The Full Monty and The IT Girl (Foothills Theatre), The Crucible (Gallery Players), The Woman in Black (Theatre in the Square), Rabbit Hole (Human Race), Dream, Dream, Dream (Claridge, Atlantic City), Hello, Dolly! (Westchester Broadway) and the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival. TV: Law and Order: SVU, All My Children. www.GilbertBrady.com
Kelsey Venter* (ANDREA) Regional credits include How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Mama Who) at The Old Globe, Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Philotis) and A Christmas Carol with the American Conservatory Theater, the San Diego and Phoenix companies of RESEPCT!, Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown) and Trying (Sarah) with Lambs Players Theater, She Loves Me (Amalia) and Boeing-Boeing (Gloria) with Center REP, The Threepenny Opera (Polly Peachum) and Seagull in the Hamptons (Nina) with Shotgun Players, and I Love You Because (Marcy) with North Coast Rep. Venter received her BA in Theatre from San Diego State University and her MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater.

Davis Hall* (GEORGE) was born in Atlanta, graduated from Northwestern University, and studied in London. He got his Equity card at a dinner theatre near Chicago, and made his Broadway debut in Butley with Alan Bates. Years of Regional Theatre followed: including Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Hartford Stage, The McCarter Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre (D.C.), Berkshire Theatre Festival, Cleveland Playhouse, Syracuse Stage, Indiana Repertory Theatre. In 1980, while playing Hamlet as a Guest Artist at Florida State University, he met his wife, costume designer, Ingrid Price. He enjoys working on camera, whether in student films, TV shows, or feature films. He has directed 2 short films: Mother’s House and In The Blind which he is currently editing.

Amy Van Nostrand* (ROSE) New York: American Premiere Harold Pinter's The Hothouse, Off-B'Way: Scrambled Eggs, Off the King’s Road, The God Committee, Dance with Me. Regional: Trinity Rep.; First Kaplan Fellow and 8 seasons, Guthrie Theater, Williamstown, Coast Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre, Huntington Stage, George St Playhouse, Westport Playhouse, Barrington Stage, Berkshire Playwrights Lab, Peoples Light, Pittsburgh Public, Chautauqua Theater Co., Weston Playhouse. ;Film: Bereft, Outside Providence, Partners in Crime, Deception, Execution of Justice, The Flood, Landslide, Ghost Town. ;TV: Law & Order, Chappelle's Show, The Practice, Frasier, Viet Nam War Stories. Brown University Theatre Arts grad, Member Actors Center, Weston Playhouse Board of Directors.
Adam Hose* (WILL) recently played his third stint as Mark in RENT at Casa Mañana, after performing its regional premiere at the Hangar Theatre and then again at the John W. Engeman Theatre in NY. Off-Broadway: Tully In No Particular Order and I Come For Love, both with NYMF. Regional: Emmett in Legally Blonde: The Musical at the North Carolina Theatre, World Premiere of Tom Jones’ Harold & Maude: The Musical with Oscar Winner Estelle Parsons at Paper Mill Playhouse, Macbeth (Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Ovation Award nomination), ;Altar Boyz (Matthew), Batboy: The Musical (Batboy, Big Easy Award winner), Killer Joe (Chris), Death of a Salesman (Happy). Love to my beautiful wife, Lindsay. Follow me @adamhose.
David Ojala (MAX) is very pleased to be participating in this workshop of Timepiece! David is a theatrical artist living and working in NYC. Past roles include Trevor in Bridgeboy with The Active Theater, Joey in the Lieutenant of Inishmore at Florida Studio Theater and Steve in the Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, at the Prism Theater Co. Lately, David has been dabbling in other forms of theatrical art. Check him out as he performs in Dogugaeshi, a puppet show by Basil Twist at the Japan Society in August of 2013, or elsewhere on their tour across the country, and then the planet into 2014!

*indicates member of Actors' Equity Association. An AEA approved showcase.

Ben Bartolone (PLAYWRIGHT) is the author of Timepiece (Resonance Ensemble, Brain Trust, The Active Theater); The Tragedie Of Cardenio (Squeaky Bicycle Productions, Brain Trust); Weaker People: A Dangerous Notion (book), a new musical presented as a benefit for Operation: Respect, an anti-bullying charity group run by Peter Yarrow at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre in March 2012; the screenplay for Reflections Of A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy (co-author); as well as currently developing two new plays, The National Debt Is Paid and The Hireling And The Slave. He would like to thank everyone at Active, this team, his family, Ginny, and you.
Sarah Shahinian (DIRECTOR) is the Associate Artistic Director of The Active Theater, and is thrilled to be directing the culmination of a year-long development process with Ben Bartolone on Timepiece. Most recently, Sarah directed the San Diego, Rochester, and Phoenix premieres of Dorothy Marcic’s RESPECT: A Musical Journey of Women. As an actor, Sarah most recently performed with the movie cast of Les Misérables at the 85th Annual Academy Awards. Her other on-stage credits include: Les Misérables (Eponine – 25th Anniversary Tour & Houston TUTS), OKLAHOMA! (Ado Annie – Revival National Tour & Fulton Opera House), Little Women (Jo - Syracuse Stage), Magnetic North (The Active Theater & Act II Playhouse). FILM/TV: Guiding Light (CBS), The Band (NYTVF), Brothers Three, On The Prowl, and America’s Got Talent. For grandpa, always. www.SarahShahinian.com
Kate Dial (STAGE MANAGER) Stage Management credits include Advance Guard (Kraine Theatre), Columbia Playwrights Festival (Signature Theatre), Four Messsages (Theatre Row), Rimers of Eldritch (Whitman Theatre), The Golden Veil (The Kitchen), My Mind is Like an Open Meadow (59E59), UltraViolet Live (Skirball), Finding Penelope (Sojourn Theatre). Kate holds a BFA from Brooklyn College and will be attending Columbia University for Stage Management this Fall. www.dialkate.com
Emily Bean (LIGHTING DESIGN) holds an MFA in Stage Design from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Regionally she has designed Godspell at Just Off Broadway in Newburgh, NY and America's Brightest Star with Railroad Playhouse also in Newburgh. In NYC she designed Morbid Poetry at the Theatre at St. Marks Place. Emilysbean.com
Craig Napoliello (SET/COSTUME/PROPS DESIGN) Regional: Witness For The Prosecution, Fulton Theatre. New York Credits: The Violet Hour, Body Langue, Bridgeboy, Two Rooms, The Active Theater, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Barrier Island MT Works, The Germans In Paris, Verse Theater Manhattan, Lightning from Heaven, Protected, Interchange, Intellectuals and The Guest at Central Park West, WorkShop Theatre Company,Associate Scenic Designer credits include: Peter and the Starcatcher, New World Stages, The North Pool, Vineyard Theatre, Wild With Happy, Public Theatre, Sugar House, I-Land, Ma-Yi Theater Company, Return of the Prodigal, Mint Theater Company,. He received his MFA from the University of Iowa, www.napoliellodesign.com
Jacob Subotnick (SOUND DESIGN) Selected NYC theatre: Body Language, The Violet Hour, Any Given Monday,Bridgeboy, Two Rooms, Romance/Romance, Magnetic North (The Active Theater); Dreamgirls, The History Boys, Othello, A Raisin in the Sun (The Gallery Players); The Picture of Dorian Gray (MTWorks); Next to Normal (Musically Human); Venus Observed, Endless Summer Nights, Uncle Vanya (Boomerang Theatre); Tulpa or Anne and Me (PCTF 2011); Nesting (TokenCollective); The People Speak (The Culture Project). Regional: Hair, Damn Yankees, Hairspray (Mount Washington Valley Theatre Company); Recovery (Minnesota Fringe Festival 2011). Jacob received his Bachelor of Music from New York University. www.jacobsubotnick.com
Jason Marx (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR) Jason's previous Directing credits include: The Dog Kept Sleeping, The Character Channel, and For Honor in Syracuse Stage's Young Playwright's Festival. Previous Assistant Directing credits include Chemistry of Love, The Dutch Play, 155 First Avenue, and The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. Stage Manager The Dutch Play and Cedars. Jason has also performed in and Assistant Directed in over a dozen staged readings under the direction of George Ferencz at La MaMa. Jason would like to thank Nathaniel, Sarah, and Ben for an amazing first season with Active as the Company Manager.

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