Meet the Actors! – an invitation to a panicking

Topsy, Popsy, Flopsy and Bert try their hands at an outdoor invocation.

Written by Paul Cameron Hardy
Directed by Ellie Sachs

Saturdays and Sundays, August 13-28
3:30pm @ First Quincy Street Community Garden (397-401 Quincy Street)

Jacob Brandt Headshot 2Jacob Brandt* (Bert) is an actor, director, writer, and musician based in New York City.  He has worked at Ars Nova, Soho Rep, Williamstown Theatre Festival, FringeNYC, The PIT, The Huntington, Company One, Speakeasy Stage Company, The New Repertory Theatre, and Wheelock Family Theatre.  He has staged plays and readings at Tiny Rhino, Serials @ The Flea, the Loeb Drama Center (Mainstage, Experimental Theatre), the Adams Pool Theatre, Farkas Studio, the Harvard Advocate, and Milton Academy. He is a graduate of Harvard College, where he studied acting and playwriting, and is a member of the new band The Golden Hours.

Sarah Coffey (Flopsy)

Feigelson_Sonia_1786_ret_FP.jpgSonia Feigelson (Topsy) is excited to invite everyone to panic with her in Paul Cameron Hardy’s contribution to the wonderful Communal Spaces festival. She made her professional theatre debut as Hella in Summerscape’s The Master and Margarita, and has since performed in The Bell Curve,, and other readings and festivals around the city. Her professional film and television work can be seen in James Ponsoldt’s Off The Black, Matt Wolf’s Teenage, Jordan Collins’ Fall North, and CBS’ Unforgettable. Training includes conservatory work at Stella Adler Studio and Michael Howard Studios and theatrical and commercial representation is with Abrams Artists Agency.

SoniaMena_HS.jpgSonia Mena (Popsy) is an actor born and raised in the Bay Area.  She is a member of The Bats, the resident acting company at The Flea and a Project Associate at Kaimera Productions. Her most recent credits include The Place We Built at The Flea Theater and Terrorism (workshop) at La Mama Etc. This is her first collaboration with Communal Spaces.

*Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association


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