The acting team behind Classon vs. Klaxons
Catch them every Saturday and Sunday, September 12 – 27 at 4:00pm in Classon/Ful-Gate Block Association Garden (474 Classon Ave.)
Derek Ang (Robot B) is excited to be making his theatrical debut. He graduated from Hunter College with a B.A. in Anthropology and Music and is a fan of theatre. He will work his hardest to be the best robot a robot can be.
Kenny Mathieu (Xango Freid) is a New York native, born and raised in Queens. He discovered a passion for acting in high school where he made his debut performance as Chuck Cranston in Footloose. He is an alumnus of Hunter College where he majored in Theatre and was a member of the Hunter Theatre Company and Drama Editor of the Olive Tree Review. Through the Theatre Department and the Theatre Company, he has been allowed work on his craft as an actor through acting classes and theatre productions, most recently in A Doll’s House as Torvald Helmer. He was also able to experiment with other creative outlets such as playwriting and directing. He is very excited to be a part of Communal Spaces.
David Rodriquez (Robot C) is thrilled to perform in his first theatrical production. No stranger to the stage, David graduated from Hunter College with a BA in Music Performance. When he is not teaching dance, he is working on his first E.P. with his band 3AM LIGHTS. Follow them on SoundCloud for updates.
Peter Sanzone (Gary) received his BA in Theatre from Hunter College, appearing in roles such as Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, Constable Smith in The Three Penny Opera, and Augie in Each Day Dies With Sleep. He’s appeared in several Off Off Broadway shows as Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Medvedenko in The Seagull, and Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol.
Kayla Scudero (Robot)
Jillian Stevens (Queenie Jones) graduated with a BA in Theatre from Hunter College and has studied dance with the top dance instructors at STEPS on Broadway, where she teaches & assists tap classes today: Got two left feet? She’ll change that! New York: Traveling Papers (Lion Theatre at Theatre Row), Shoebox Festival presents: A Stranger Here Myself (Chelsea), Spring Awakening – Ilse, Reel to Real: Tribute(s) to Jimmy Cagney and Eleanor Powell (Lincoln Center), Beethoven: Love Elegies (Symphony Space), The Three Penny Opera – Mrs. Peachum (The Kaye Playhouse), Plagued (The Gallery Players), Romeo & Juliet – Nurse, References to Salvador Dali Make me Hot – Cat, The Rover – Valeria (The Frederick Loewe Theatre), Bending All the Rules – Alex (The June Havoc Theatre), The Weiner Monologues: A Devised Greek Tragedy (Access Theatre). A special thanks to all of her loved ones, the playwright, and this spectacular team!
Sajda Waite (Lighting Lisa Rule) is currently an undergraduate student at Hunter College where she is pursuing a double major in Theatre and Media. Ever since she was a little girl she has always found the art of acting enticing. Some of her past acting experiences include Our Town (Lowe Theatre-Emily), The Submission (Goldberg Studio-Emilie), Clickbait (Access Theatre-Kayla), and A Doll’s House (Lowe Theatre-Nora). Working in an outdoor communal space is something Sajda has never had the opportunity to do before and she is stoked to be working with this awesome cast and crew for her fist endeavor!