The acting team behind enter a garden
Catch them every Saturday and Sunday, September 12 – 27 at 6:00pm in Warren St. Marks Garden (102 St. Marks Pl., Park Slope)
Miles Butler (young man) is a baseball-loving Virginia boy. He’s also enamored with theatre and thankful to be outside, under the sky with fabulous collaborators. Recent: #serials@theflea, The Blind (The Flea), Shape of Things (The Secret Theatre), Micro Shrimp (NJPC) Dream Exchange (Rising Sun Performance Company.) DC: Studio Theatre, Kennedy Center, Woolly Mammoth Theatre and various. Alum of Brooklyn College. Shout out to his new band Spinach Ghost. www.milesbutler.com
Victoria Cawley (young girl) is thrilled to be playing the role of the granddaughter in enter a garden as part of the Communal Spaces: a garden play festival! This past summer she performed in her first horror film, The Soul, as part of From Stage To Screen’s Summer Intensive Program. She also performed in five short plays in the 2015 BOCES Summer Arts Academy. Her professional acting credits include the Sally in Witch Christmas, which debuted at the Bridge Theatre in NYC, and Ruby in a Place for Owls as part of the Estrogenius Festival at the Fourth Street Theatre in NYC. She also co-hosted an industry showcase at the Triad Theatre in NYC. This fall, Victoria will be performing in the world premiere of Reddi High, a new original musical. She is excited to also be working behind the scenes in Reddi High as part of the Social Media and Photography crew. In her spare time, she enjoys creating, directing, and starring in DIY videos. For more information on Victoria, please check out her website at www.VictoriaCawley.com.
Mollie Collison* (elderly woman) is pleased to be communing in the garden with Lillian and Dominic. Her very first theatrical role was Moth in A Midsummer Night’s Dream when she was just a wee girl. Since then there have been roles in regional theatre, summer stock, a little bit of film and TV, and several New York Off-Broadway plays at Circle Repertory Co. Her greatest joy, however, has come from raising her two daughters Sarah and Madeline. AEA
Ethan Dubin* (other man) Regional: His Girl Friday (Barrington Stage), The Whale (Adirondack Theater Festival), nightnight (Humana Festival 2013, ATL), 60 Miles to Silver Lake (Collaboraction, Chicago), Remember This: Walking with Jan Karski (D.C. Lab for Global Performance, workshop). Ethan has developed original work with many NY companies including SPACE on Ryder Farms, Woodshed Collective, Drama League, the Mad Ones, and at the Prelude Festival. He is an alum of the Actors Theatre Louisville Apprenticeship, and studied at the University of Chicago.
Louiza Collins-Duran (the garden) received her training at the California Institute of the Arts where she completed her BFA in Theater. In NYC, she spent a wonderful year and a half in The Bats, the resident theater company at The Flea Theater, where she performed in the world premiere of A.R. Gurney’s Office Hours, and Unum by Will Eno. She has also performed with FullStop Collective, United Broadcasting Theater Company, Deconstructive Theater Project, and is excited to be performing with The Motor Company for the fourth time since its creation.
Zoë Sophia Garcia* (young woman) is in her third year with Communal Spaces. She was most recently scene in Dominic Finocchairo’s That Noise in the Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival. Other Credits: Your Mother’s Copy of the Kama Sutra (Off Broadway) La Ruta (Off-Off Broadway). TV Credits: Madam Secretary. She is also a member of the devising ensemble The Living Room, and performed in their most recent production of #liberated at Ars Nova’s ANT Fest. She holds a BA from the University California, Berkeley.
Sean Mellott* (man) Sean’s work in New York includes Dogs of Oklahoma as part of The Brick Theater’s Democracy Festival, Next! with Abraxas Stage Company, and Jam on Ice with The Jam at New Georges. Regionally, he has performed at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park (Leveling Up), Milwaukee Rep (Peter and the Starcatcher), The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (The Mousetrap), Actors Theatre of Louisville (A Christmas Carol and two Humana Festival premieres, Oh, Gastronomy! and The Dungeons and the Dragons), Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre (House & Garden), Denver’s Curious Theatre (End Days, Rabbit Hole and Up), and the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane (Romeo & Juliet and Coriolanus). He holds a BA in Theatre from Tulane University.
*Member of Actors Equity