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Director: Tristan Vaughan, January, 2013
Jeff Keogh as Macbeth, Morgan Vaughan as Lady Macbeth
Originally from Australia, Jeff has appeared at the Melbourne Theatre Company, Chambers Theatre and Performing Art Project as well as in Australian film and television. In 2000 he won a Green Room Award nomination for his role as Mick Gourley in Front. In the U.S., he has appeared at Miami’s Playground Theatre and Jesus Quintero Studios. Training: M.F.A. The Shakespeare Theatre’s Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University; New Actors Workshop and Stella Adler S
Dan Stearns is very excited to appear with his friends at the ROUND TABLE. Theater credits include: Alan in God of Carnage (Virginia Rep, RTCC award winner--best ensemble), Ford in Merry Wives of Windsor (Richmond Shakespeare) ... Television: The Playboy Club (NBC). Film: Roundabout American, Crime Fiction. Training: MFA, Shakespeare Theatre’s Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University.
Andrew is a veteran of more than 35 productions of the Hampton Theatre Company and the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. He had the great good fortune to work with Round Table's Tristan Vaughan last January in the HTC production of "Deathtrap," he teaches in the M.F.A .in Creative Writing and Literature program at Stony Brook Southampton.
Tristan Vaughan has extensive training in Contemporary Acting, Classical Acting, Text, Voice, Mask and Movement. He holds an MFA in Acting from The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University in DC. He also studied acting at The Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York City and The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Also Artistic Director, Round Table Theatre Company & Academy, East Hampton.
Vincent is thrilled to have yet another opportunity to work with the incredible talent on the east end. He is studying Drama at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Previous credits include Six Degrees of Separation, Hampton Theatre Co., Marsha Norman's Premier of "The Master Butcher's Singing Club" with Ensemble Studio Theatre. Many thanks to my whole family which spreads far and wide, The Round Table Theatre Co., Rosemary Cline, Bill Burford, and all who've supported him.
Kenny Kilfara is a teacher by trade, and excited to return to classical works after most recently performing contemporary comedy at Guild Hall in the The Painting Plays. His work has screened at Sundance, The Hamptons International Film Festival, Germany, and across the United States.
Josh Gladstone serves as Artistic Director of the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall where he’s produced such plays as LUV; Uncle Vanya; Equus starring Alec Baldwin; Colin Quinn Long Story Short directed by Jerry Seinfeld; The Glass Menagerie directed by Harris Yulin starring Amy Irving; Moby Dick Rehearsed directed by Tony Walton starring Peter Boyle; The Exonerated starring Mia Farrow and Billy Dee Williams; and hundreds of developmental readings and concerts.
Morgan Vaughan holds an MFA from The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University in D.C. and a Certificate in Acting Shakespeare from RADA. Regional credits include Patsy in Always, Patsy Cline; Catherine in Proof; Helen in The Cripple of Innishman; Nancy in Oliver; and Brooke/Vicki in Noises Off! She also sings in an eclectic rock and jazz standards duo Most recently, she played Margie in Good People at Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue.
This is the first time Dianne has been on a stage since college. But in her various roles as fashion diva turned garden enthusiast, designer, author and etailer; she feels all the world’s a stage. Locally, she is the President of LongHouse Reserve, Chair of the LVIS Nature Trail, a very active member of St. Luke’s and a Trustee of Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center.
Affectionately known as “The Diva,” Anita spent 20 exhilarating years performing professionally in American theatre before taking up the challenge of directing/coaching - in NYC and Kenya. She has performed opposite Mandy Patinkin, George C. Scott and Don Johnson, toured with the National Shakespeare Co., and tread the boards of Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Bonnie Grice is an award-winning broadcaster, producer, host and interviewer. A two-time Gracie Allen Award winner, Bonnie is producer and host of “The Song is You,” a weekly radio show that explores the impact of music in our lives, distributed nationwide. The show invites guests to dip into their memory banks to pick their top 10 favorite songs. Locally Bonnie hosts the popular morning show the “Eclectic Café” a SONIC GUMBO of music and interviews on Long Island’s NPR station, WPPB.
John Tramontana has worked with Northeast Stage in Greenport and Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center. He has taken the stage in Julius Caesar (Brutus), Love’s Labour’s Lost (King of Navarre), Romeo & Juliet (Fr. Laurence), and Comedy of Errors (Antipholus E.). His work on modern plays includes The History Boys (Hector), Company (David), and The Graduate (Mr. Braddock). He is delighted to be working with RTTCo and sends his thanks to cast, crew, and as always his wife Nancy.
Joe is thrilled to be appearing on the stage again after several years of working behind it at the John Drew Theater. He has appeared in various productions in NYC and the Hamptons and favorite local roles include Young Buddy in Follies, Don in A Chorus Line, and Swifty in Tennessee Williams' Not About Nightingales. Special thanks to Morgan and Tristan for this opportunity and love to his wife Jennifer.
Brian Schwartz is junior at Westhampton Beach High School. He's really excited to be working with Round Table Theater Company for their debut performance. He has starred in numerous readings in New York. He also was featured in the TV show Louie, on FX. He wants to thank his family and friends for all of their support.
As company member of Green Theatre Collective, Gina recently played Miranda and Antonio in The Tempest, and Celia, Pheobe and Adam in As You Like It. In NYC, she performed in the off-Broadway hit The Archbishop Supreme Tartuffe with The Classical Theatre of Harlem, and played Luciana in The Comedy of Errors with One Shot Productions. Regionally she has performed with The Orlando Shakespeare Theatre and The Nebraska Theatre Caravan. She earned her B.F.A. in Acting from Avila University.
Tristan recently moved from NYC and started 7th grade at Ross School. There he starred in his first acting role as the lead of The First Dictionary Salesman. Tristan is a serious pianist and has performed in solo recitals and fundraisers. He is also obsessed with food and has his own blog (boomtaste.blogspot.com).