The acting team behind Sonder
Catch them every Saturday and Sunday, September 12 – 27 at 1pm in La Perla Garden (76 W. 105th St.)
) Currently working out of New York, Alex has collaborated with The PIT, Dixon Place, IATI Theater, NYU Writers lab, Columbia’s MFA Directing and Playwriting programs, the Robert Moss Theater, and The New York International Fringe Festival. He’s been lucky enough to be part of several projects overseen by the guidance of directors such as Anne Bogart (SITI), Gregory Mosher (Lincoln Center), and Brian Kulick (CSC). Focused mainly on creating new works for the modern day canon, his creative process includes writing, devising, and improvisation. He is a member of the Rabbit Hole Alternative theater company in NY, and recently starred in their devised piece Curing the Void
at FringeNYC 2015. He studied Theater at Florida International University and helped established The Front Yard Theater Collective, an improv and sketch group that currently works in Miami. He believes in the power of laughter and in the simplicity required to trigger it. He believes in moments that last an eternity and finding an eternity within a moment. He believes that the power of Empathy is worth cultivating and that the quickest path to its growth in our society is Theater. WWW.ALEXJMORENO.COM
Anna O’Donoghue* (Saba) is delighted to be joining this illustrious team of theatermakers. She has previously appeared on and off-Broadway at copious theaters around town, and participated in readings and workshops with copious others. Anna has performed regionally in Maine, Santa Fe, Vermont, Minneapoli, Kansas, New Jersey, and upstate NY, and her work as a playwright has been developed and produced in New York, New Orleans, and New Mexico. Anna is a company member of Morgan Gould & Friends, a frequent collaborator with The Representatives, and the Literary Manager of Lesser America. She is a graduate of the Julliard School.
Rachel Sachnoff (Jenna) has appeared in original plays such as loveplay (Cloud City); truth dare double dare… (Pittsburgh Fringe); Let’s be Frank (Hearth Gods); Dear Deirdre (Dixon Place); six windows presents a hero of our time, eye made quiet (calliope); Zarps (The Brick Theatre); blood, hemp, and fears (Nylon Fusion Collective); Bleak, and Thursdays at Nine (TinyRhino). She’s also appeared in episodes of the web series goodcopgreatcop. www.rachelsachnoff.com
*Member of Actors Equity Association