Adolfo Quijano performs magic for the rich and famous, particularly the criminal elite. However, he has a secret:
he evenly splits his time in another body. That body is Dolsy Ernez, a lesbian in a distant city with a stable relationship.
And then, of course, something goes wrong. Adolfo seizures and possibly dies, leading his goons to investigate Dolsy.
The secret is out, and now Dolsy and Adolfo find themselves caught between who they are and who they should be.
Nikomeh Anderson, Witchboy
Nikomeh Anderson (They/he) is a BK/Lenape land based Multidisciplinary Performer + Content Creator, Teaching Artist + Holistic Facilitator, and Erotic Creative + Intimacy Captain. They are an Event + Creative Project Producer with their intentional healing justice Black Trans + Queer, Nuerodiverse + Disabled collective house and artistic collaborative, Community Oasis Igniting Liberation or COIL. Their primary artistic mediums are movement, poetry, acting, music/singing, and energy work. Holistic Embodiment, Consent, Healing+Disability justice, Anti-Capitalist Colonialism, Climate Justice, Pleasure Activism and Liberation thru Relationships + Community Care are central to their creative mission. They are also a Collective Member of QTBIPOCare Network. IG: @wickedsirnik linktr.ee/wickedsirnik
Isaac Boorstin, Death’s Prefect/Senator Sweets
Isaac Boorstin is a working actor and native New Yorker. After starting acting in elementary school, he developed a love for theatre. He studied Performing Arts at Sarah Lawrence College as well as Shakespeare and Company, and the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. Isaac has performed in many productions by Love Creek and AlphaNYC Theater Company. These include Spring Awakening, She Stoops to Conquer, and Proof. He has also done background work on many films and tv shows, including Mr. Robot, Billions, and The Post. Isaac continues to pursue acting in both theater and film and also enjoys writing film reviews.
Russell Ewing, Black Bunny
Russell grew up in Boulder, Colorado and recently received his MFA in Acting from the Tisch School of the Art’s Graduate Acting Program at NYU. Prior to his graduate training, he spent three years touring internationally with a Theatre of the Oppressed company called Pure Praxis. His work with them led him to perform full-time on U.S. military bases around the world, conducting interactive trainings in sexual assault and retaliation prevention for members of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. He has also trained in the CSU SummerArts conservatory through Steppenwolf Theatre Company and graduated with his BA in Theatre from UC San Diego. He has upcoming television appearances in the final season of The Good Fight on Paramount Plus and on an yet to be announced Amazon Original television series.
Tyler Gardella, Adolfo Quijano
Tyler Gardella // School: Interlochen Arts Academy, Ithaca College. Former company member at The Flea Theater, NYC. Flea credits include: Romeo & Juliet (The Shakes), Mercy Medical Center (#serials), The Mysteries (Drama Desk). Ithaca Shakespeare Company: Macbeth. TV/Webseries include: "The Good Wife," "Hack My Life," "Swipe Left," and "Fakers." Music Videos: “Your Best American Girl” by Mitski, “Sleeps Well on Knives” by Inspired & the Sleep, and “Jab” by Billy Dean Thomas. Film: “Asphalt, Muscle & Bone,” “Drive,” “In the Shadows,” and "Last Ferry.”
Andrew Moorhead, Karl
Andrew Moorhead is a writer and actor from Piedmont, California, currently based in New York City. Favorite acting roles include Polonius in Hamlet (Chapman University) and Thomas in The Colonialists (play/ground theatre LA). Andrew’s plays include The Colonialists (play/ground theatre LA, Broke People Play Festival) and Loaded Questions (The Sherry Theater). His musical, Bravo, has received workshops and concert productions at New Musicals Inc., Ball State University and Azusa Pacific University, which he also directed. His new play, This Purple F***ing Pot, will receive a workshop reading this fall. He is currently a Lead Creative at Hello SciCom, an editorial assistant for the upcoming non-fiction book, The Callaway Way, and a staff writer on the upcoming narrative podcast, Roxx Populi. BFA Chapman University. MFA NYU.
Ann-Kathryne Mills, Zoe/Deborah
Ann-Kathryne studied acting and jazz voice while earning her undergraduate degree in anthropology at Columbia University. She previously held research and policy positions at Dance Theatre of Harlem and Theatre Communications Group, focusing on arts advocacy and education initiatives. She recently completed her MFA at NYU Grad Acting.
Ruthie Rado, Dolsy
Ruthie Rado (she/her) is a playwright, actor, and theatre educator from the DC area. Acting credits include Blurring Boundaries with New Ambassadors, Be a Good Little Widow with Unexpected Stage, and backup singer for Patti LuPone in Concert. You can read her work on New Play Exchange.
Kristen Wisneski, Stage Manager/Technical Director
Kristen Wisneski is ecstatic to be an artist in this multitudinous world! She graduated from Rider University with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a BA in Film/TV in 2021. Recent credits: In Scena Italian Theater Festival in NY, Constellations (Mariann), Hamlet (Hamlet), Will Rogers Follies (Zeigfeld Girl). Big gratitude to Taylor for this opportunity! And thank YOU for being here, and to my parents for always listening :)