The acting team behind Welcome to The Fall
Catch them every Saturday and Sunday, September 12 – 27 at 3:30pm in Green Oasis Garden (372 E. 8th St.)
Adriana Jones (Vona) is an actress, singer, and writer based in NYC. She is an avid solo performer, and has performed her two solo shows Vivien On The Rocks and An Anonymous Contributor at Theater Row, The Players Club, the Women at Work Festival, Edmonton International Fringe Festival, and several works in progress forums. Other recent credits include the North American premiere of Atthis at The Kitchen, A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Boomerang Theater Company, the world premiere of The Temple at The Brick, and The One Minute Play Festival at 59E59. Recent film and web projects include the pilot for “The Grey Matter Archives”, the upcoming indie drama “Parting Gifts”, and the comedic shorts “Just Like the Movies” and “Unpaid Interns”. She is a proud alumna of the BFA Theater program at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA and LAByrinth Theater Company’s Intensive Ensemble. Thanks to Christine for inviting her to be part of Communal Spaces! For more information, visit www.adrianajones.net.
Alice Rose Turner (Glinda) is an actor and professional baby-cuddler. She likes to cook and play ukulele. Favorite roles include: Percival (The Splendid Adventurers Club), Amy (Breathing Corpses), Lucy (What Every Girl Should Know), Rachel (My Name Is Rachel Corrie), another Rachel (Nathan the Wise), and Martius (Titus Andronicus).
Josh Wolonick (Chet) is a professional actor and writer with specific interests in ensemble-based, physical theatre, Shakespeare, and improvisation. After graduating from UNC Chapel Hill and performing regionally in North Carolina, he moved to NYC in 2012. His credits include several Off-Off-Broadway productions, multiple commercials, and work on television shows such as All My Children, Deadly Sins, Brain Games, Smash, Monumental Mysteries, and Mysteries at the Castle. Favorite roles include Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing, Charlie Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lorenzo in Melancholy Play, and Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet. During the day, he works at a private equity firm.