Film: Julia, Needlestick, The Surrogates, Pretty Ugly People, Phat Girlz, Poster Boy, Unconditional Love, Undercover Brother, Cecil B. Demented, U-571, Idle Hands, Clean and Narrow, Event Horizon, Breakdown, Barb Wire, The Brady Bunch Movie, Alive.Television: Killing Kennedy, Law & Order, CSI, Law & Order: SVU, Crossing Jordan, Judging Amy, Dead at 21, Aces n’ Eights, Elvis, The Outer Limits, A Place for Annie, Mrs. Cage. Broadway/Tours/Regional: Sweet Smell of Success, A Chorus Line, Jerome Robbins Broadway, Cats, Camelot, The Story of My Life, Great Expectations,Pride & Prejudice, Mother Courage, Equus, Three Penny Opera. On Twitter @JackNoseworthy. Special thanks to Lorielle Mallue.
BROADWAY: Coram Boy.  OFF:  NYC Center (The Philanderer), Mint (Construction), MTC(Nine Armenians), LCT (Danger:Memory!);  REGIONAL/TOURS include: Michael Unger’s A Christmas Carol, (McCarter); SITI Co’s Intimations for Saxophone (Arena) and Midsummer Night’s Dream (ASF); Trying opp. James Whitmore (Ford’s); Our Town opp. James Whitmore, Doubt, An Ideal Husband, Fallen Angels (Peterborough); Measure for Measure (ANW); The Glass Menagerie (ATL); Hamlet (DTC).  FILM/TV: Mary Warren in The Crucible opp. Daniel Day-Lewis, 5 Wishes, The Good Shepherd, The Fig Tree, Monk, Law & Order(s), Guiding Light, SNL, Dolphin Cove. MFA Yale, BA Princeton. For Jackie+Napo+Kelly.

Broadway: Spamalot (Original Cast), Little Shop of Horrors. Off Broadway: Blue Man Group, Bubbly Black Girl... (Playwrights Horizons), De La Guarda, john & jen (Original Cast); Tours: Spamalot (Las Vegas); Regional: BMore CenterStage: Raisin Cycle; George Street: God of Carnage, Ctrl+Alt+Delete; Arena Stage: A Man’s a Man; McCarter: A Christmas Carol; Berkshire: Birthday Boy; Aspen: Chapter Two, Same Time Next Year. Film/TV: Lipstick Jungle, Chappelle’s Show, Ghost Town, Law & Order. Owner: Back40 Films, which produces The Happy Hour Guys ( Education: U of Michigan (Go Blue!), MFA U of Washington. Proud Actors' Equity Member. For KB.

Broadway: A View from the Bridge (Cort). NY: Mamma Roma (Cherry Lane); How to Be a Good Italian Daughter... (Cherry Lane). The Public, Carnegie Hall, MTC, Primary Stages, Urban Stages, Lincoln Center Inst, The Flea & others.  Recent Regional: The Electric Baby (Two River); I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti (Hartford TheaterWorks, Best Actress).  Film / TV:   Beware the Night(2015), Killing Kennedy (NatGeo, 2013), Delirious, Jesus’ Son, Blue Bloods, The Sopranos, The Law & Orders, Soaps.  Education: MFA – NYU Grad Acting, Moscow Art.  Awards:  Fox Fellowship, Anna Sosenko Grant, CT Critics Circle award & Drama League Directing Fellowship.
National Tour: Dad Barton in Goosebumps (Writer/Director: Rupert Holmes). Off-Broadway: Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest atThe Pearl Theatre Company. Regional: Leontes in The Winter’s Tale at Vermont Shakespeare Company; Keyes in Double Indemnity at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Malvolio in Twelfth Night at Pig Iron Theatre Company; Iago in Othello at Philadelphia Area Repertory Theatre. TV/Film: Frasier, Law & Order, Terry Tate Office Linebacker(Director: Rawson Thurber), Double Header (with David Margulies), The Guiding Light, As the World Turns. Education/Training: BFA Acting, New York University; Stella Adler.

Jeffrey is a writer-director who straddles the worlds of film, theater, and advertising. His first work for the stage was book and lyrics for the musical adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, which ran off-Broadway in 2007 and starred Tony nominee Hunter Foster. He wrote, directed, and performed in an acclaimed short film, Our First Fight, which toured film festivals worldwide. His feature-length screenplay, White Collared, won the Best Screenplay award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. He is currently in post-production on the hybrid movie/online game experience Daemon 9, which he wrote and recently directed in Los Angeles.
Benefitting Newtown, CT, Michael recently directed Seussical with 84 local children (12.14 Foundation) and the concert, From Broadway With Love (recently on PBS). Other selected credits: A Christmas Carol  (McCarter), Happy Time (Signature), The Rink (Cape Playhouse), My Sister in the House (Deaf West) - also:  Grease, Crimes of the Heart, and Pippin. World premieres include: Caligula, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Retribution. Opera credits: Of Mice and Men, Duchess of Chicago (in Russia), A View from the Bridge, The Consul, Pinafore, and The Crucible. Upcoming: A Christmas Carol (McCarter), Susanna (St. Petersburg Opera) and the development of several new pieces. Favorite production: Twins, Phoebe and Nathaniel.
Kris lives for the living playwright! Recent regional and world premier works of playwrights include: J.T. Rogers, Jenny Schwartz, Michael West, Eric Sobel, Jordan Harrison, Itamar Moses, Tony Kushner, Romulus Linney, Karen Hartman, Betty Shamieh, Kristin Linklater, Kia Corthron, Cusi Cram, David Javerbaum, Lloyd Suh, Anton Dudley, Elise Thoron, John Belusso, Allison Moore, Ann Marie Healy, David Grimm, Bob Clyman, Theresa Rebeck, Carson Kreitzer, Saviana Stanescu, Alice Eve Cohen, Leslie Ayvazian, Cherie Vogelstein, Laura Schellhardt, Maurice Sendak, and the very recently premiered play Troublemaker by Dan LeFranc directed by Lila Neugebauer @Berkeley Freakin Rep!
David is a projections and lighting designer based in New York. Recent projects include: I Forgive You Ronald Reagan (Theatre Row), The Orion Experience (XL), Marie Christine (3LD), Look Upon Our Lowliness (The Movement Theatre Co.), Cav/Pag (Tri Cities Opera), Little Nemo in Slumberland (Sarasota Opera), The Sensational Josephine Baker (Emerging Artists Theatre - Theatre Row), A Single Ride (Ephrat Asherie / Dixon Place), From Broadway With Love (directed by Michael Unger), Irish Arts Center, Soho Rep, Opera New Jersey, Jamal Jackson Dance, Battery Dance Co.
Herrick’s work has been seen Off-Broadway and Regionally all over the US and the globe. Including Manila, Shanghai, Brisbane, Brazil, Germany, India, Peru, & Canada. He designs for theater, dance, architecture, concerts, and live events. Herrick is a 2009 Hewes nominee for his work on Rooms and the recipient of the 2009 ISES Big Apple Award for best event lighting design. He was honored with the 2009 Redden award for excellence in lighting design. In 2010 he received a Live Design Excellence Award for his designs Off-Broadway.  Herrick’s work can be seen at Love to Stazh.
Victoria is the head of Sound Design at DePaul University and an award-winning composer/sound designer whose work has been heard in theatres across the country. Off-Broadway credits include shows at The Public, The Duke, Primary Stages, NY Music Theatre Festival, and many others. Regional credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Goodman Theatre, Centerstage Baltimore, Cleveland Playhouse, Syracuse Stage, Steppenwolf, and many others. Victoria has received 6 Joseph Jefferson Awards (with 11 nominations) and 2 After Dark Awards. She was the first woman to win the Chicago awards for sound design and incidental music.
Design credits include:  A Doctor in Spite of Himself (Yale Repertory Theatre, Berkley Repertory Theatre)  As You Like It(Yale Summer Cabaret), A Streetcar Named Desire (Yale School of Drama), The Mad 7 (NYC Fringe Festival, McCarter Theatre’s INFestival),   Funnyhouse of a Negro (Yale Cabaret),The Chimes; Missing Celia Rose(NYC Summer Play Festival), Sunday in the Park with George; In the Next Room, The Vibrator Play; (Princeton University), Kiss Me, Kate! (Syracuse University). Assistant Design: Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare in the Park), The Last Goodbye(The Old Globe).  M.F.A. Yale University; B.F.A. Syracuse University
Deb has been designing and fabricating props for Off- Broadway and Broadway for several years. Recent credits include: Off-Broadway: Wife to James Whelan, What the Public Wants, The Glass Cage, Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd, Is Life Worth Living?, So Help Me God!, and Dr. Knock, for The Mint Theatre, Hand to Godfor Ensemble Studio Theater, Sleeping Rough for Page 73 Productions;props coordinator for 42nd Street and Cabaret at the Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City, several shows for the Fordham Main Stage and numerous workshops around the city.
Alison is thrilled to be a part of the amazing ride that is Two Point Oh.  Theater credits include: King Lear (Co-pro, Dallas Theater Center), Social Creatures, a new zombie apocalypse comedy (Trinity Repertory Company); An Iliad, with Stephen Spinella (McCarter Theatre); Sweeney Todd, The Importance of Being Earnest (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival); Spelling Bee (West Virginia Public Theater).  Thanks to Michael and Jeff for the journey, and, as always, to CW and AS for getting it.
DJ is the Director of Artistic Administration & Production at Opera New Jersey.  He plays a pivotal “hub of communication” role overseeing production management, education, artistic administration and company management departments and serves as Interim Director thru administration searches. Beyond OperaNJ, he serves as Production Manager for Westminster Choir College of Rider University and most recently the 12.14 Foundation’s Seussical: The Musical in Newtown, CT. From Facilities Management at athletic compounds and arenas to Technical Direction at Pas de Vie Ballet, Trollwood Performing Arts School, and arriving comfortably in Production Management for BayFest Music Festival and The Opera Company of North Carolina.
Susan has been illuminating productions in New York since 2004. Favorite productions include Ragtime and Xanadu at Cape Rep, Chicago at CCSU, and Death for Five Voices at Prospect Theatre Company.  She has worked at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.  Regionally she has designed at the Forestburgh Playhouse, Enchanted Dance, and Harbor Lights Theatre.  She is also a part of HG Lighting.  Honors include Barbizon Region 3 winner, at the National level Runner-Up, Nominated for an Ostrander in Lighting in Memphis.  She holds a BA from Purdue University and a MFA from the University of Memphis.
Jason Marx is a New York City based theater artist. His directing credits include: UMCT's The Struggle, The Character Channel, The Dog Kept Sleeping, and For Honor as part of Syracuse Stage's Young Playwrights Festival.  Assistant Directing credits include: Timepiece, In The Middle, The Chemistry of Love, 155 First Avenue, and The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.  Stage managing credits include: The Chemistry of Love, The Ionesco Project, Cedars, and The Dutch Play.  Jason is also the Company Manager of The Active Theater. He would like to thank: Mom and Pops, Erin, Gary, Nathaniel, Michael, and Faisal.
Regional Credits Include: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (World Premier, McCarter), A Christmas Carol(McCarter), The Select (Elevator Repair Service), Sunjata Tour (McCarter Education), The Odyssey Tour (McCarter Education), First Stage Festival(McCarter Education), Youth Ink! Festival (McCarter Education). Other Credits Include: Twelfth Night (Endstation Theatre Company),Secret Garden(Wingspan ArtsConservatory). Education: Susquehanna University Department of Theatre. Kelly is honored to be a part of the Two Point Oh team.
NY: Silence!, Anthem,  Homo, Legacy Falls, Mother Wife, God’s Country, Bonnie and Clyde, Foreverman , My Mother’s Jewish Lesbian Wiccan Wedding, Rooms, Jacques Brel, Urinetown, Consultant for NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program 1999-Present, Upcoming: Scary Musical, Ernest Shackleton Loves Me, Serrano, Freed, Madam, Galatic Cigarettes,  Many Regional Theaters including Triad Stage, Penguin Rep, Charleston Stage Co. Film: The Woman (Sundance 2012), Jugface (Slamdance 2013),In The Family (Independent Spirit 2012)

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