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William Shakespeare's

TWELFTH NIGHT

directed by Keith Michael Pinault

The Importance of Being Earnest

July 14-16, 2017

Fri @ 730p
Sat @ 730p
Sun @ 2p
Tantrum Theater
7426 15th Avenue
Brooklyn NY

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CAST
Ian Blom
Ludovic Coutaud
Sarah Good
Steven Fazzolari
Nico Kiefer*
Brynne McManimie*
Ethan Nguyen*
Sam Parrott
Alice Renier*
Chrissy Rose*
Caroline Rosenblum
Nick Shea*
Brendan Sokler*

STAGE MANAGER
Danielle Thomsen

ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
Stephanie Schwartz

*Equity approved showcase; actors appear courtesy of Actors' Equity Association.

Shipwrecked and alone in a foreign country, Viola must start a new life as "Cesario," a gentleman in service to Orsino, the Duke of Illyria. Orsino has his heart set on the Countess Olivia, who has shut herself away from the world - until she meets Cesario. Amidst the revelry of the two governing households, chance circumstances become a tangled web of unrequited love and mistaken identities. What happens when the music stops, disguises are shed and truth is revealed?

The Company

Creative Team

John Isgro

John Isgro

Roberta Loew

Roberta Loew

Adam Hyland

Adam Hyland

Danielle Thomsen

Danielle Thomsen

Johanna Pinzler

Johanna Pinzler

Keith Pinault

Keith Michael Pinault

Peter Romano

Peter Romano

Sarah Good

Sarah Good

John Isgro

Roberta Loew

Business owner, theater producer, acting and vocal coach, supermom of twin toddler girls. Outspoken, truth seeking, fun loving, old school Brooklyn gal with a strong reputation for shooting straight. She shares her love of performing arts with the world all while gracefully changing a pull up. You can find her joyfully/manically organizing the Four Words parties and social events.

Adam Hyland  

Adam Hyland

Adam is proud to call himself an official New Yorker after celebrating his ten-year love affair with the city in 2016. Actor, bartender, animal lover, feminist… he tries to channel his hyphenate powers for good. He's too shy for social media, but loves solving the world's problems over a bourbon or five at tucked-away bars in the Upper East Side. He cleans up nicely at www.adamhy.land.

Danielle Thomsen

Danielle is a proud member of the Four Words & Acting Out family! She has recently wrapped three years of touring, two on land with Theatreworks USA as a stage manager and one on sea with Norwegian Cruise Line as Entertainment Production Manager. Before then, she worked in New York with such fabulous companies as LaMama, Waterwell, Off Stage Right Productions, Accidental Rep, PPAS and Musica Nuova. In the Bay Area, she has stage managed with American Conservatory Theater, Marin Theater Company, Shotgun Players, Altertheater Ensemble, Brava Theater and many others. Proud AEA member of 10 years. MFA: Columbia University.

Johanna Pinzler

Johanna Pinzler is a director, teacher, actor, coach, wife and mother, although not necessarily in that order. Previous Four Words productions include Much Ado About Nothing and the staged reading of Desdemona by Paula Vogel. She is a Resident Director and Artistic Associate at Summer Repertory Theatre in Santa Rosa, CA, where she has directed Boeing Boeing, Little Shop of Horrors, Present Laughter, The Odd Couple, Avenue Q, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Broadwayworld award "Best Director"), among others. She teaches Acting and Directing at Marymount Manhattan College and New York Film Academy's Musical Theatre Conservatory for which she just completed work on her first movie musical Food Like Love. Upcoming projects include Urinetown (NYFA) and The Laramie Project (MMC). She holds an MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College.

Keith Michael Pinault

Keith is an actor, director, educator, musician, and cat dad. Born in Boston, he is a die hard Red Sox and Celtics fan, making him very unpopular in the Bronx and the three blocks around Madison Square Garden, so he settled in Queens after graduating form Columbia University's MFA program. Acting credits have included work with Classic Stage Company, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, and Theatre on Fire. Day jobs have included whiskey expert, steak salesman, and singing math teacher. More at www.keithmichaelpinault.com and @kmpinault.

Peter Romano

Peter Romano is an actor, musician and teaching-artist. As an actor, he has travelled the world and country working in theatre and a variety of other mediums. Recent credits include the U.S. Premiere of Terror (Mr. Bigler) at Miami New Drama; Othello (Iago) with Classic Stage Company in New York; the African tour of Antigone (Hamon), where he was an actor and musical director; and he made an appearance in this season of The Blacklist on NBC. Peter received his MFA in Acting from Columbia University's Graduate School of the Arts and his BFA from NYU Tisch, where he studied with the Atlantic Theatre Company Acting School. He is committed to creating stories with universal themes that unite audiences.

Shain Fike

Shain Fike is delighted to be a founding member of Four Words Theatre Company! Credits include Off Broadway, multiple Broadway National Tours and Regional Houses across the country, as well as a recent commission internationally in China. Many thanks to family & friends for their continued support!

Sarah Good

Sarah is an actress, teacher, director, theatre manager, grant writer, fisherwoman and world traveler. She is proud to have been a part of Paper Cup— no wait, Mischief Make— hold on, Tantrum— fourth time's the charm… Four Words Theatre Co. since its premiere production of Much Ado About Nothing. Sarah was born in California, grew up in Long Island then moved to Brooklyn where she received her BFA in Acting from Brooklyn College. She is committed to the arts and dreams of spreading theatre to the farthest corners of the world to strengthen and enrich communities both small and large. Her favorite things in life are boating with her family, having home-cooked meals in foreign countries and supporting her friends and students in pursuing their dreams.

Ensemble

Mia Aguirre

Mia Aguirre

Shain Fike

Shain Fike

Hannah Harding

Hannah Harding

Vera Khodasevich

Vera Khodasevich

Arthur Kriklivy

Arthur Kriklivy

Nick Neglia

Nick Neglia

Alice Renier

Alice Renier

Chrissy Rose

Chrissy Rose

Chelsea Lee Wheatley

Chelsea Lee Wheatley

Past Productions

Oscar Wilde's

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

directed by Keith Michael Pinault

The Importance of Being Earnest

November 18-20, 2016

Tantrum Theater
7426 15th Avenue
Brooklyn NY

CAST
Mia Aguirre
Sarah Good
Hannah Harding
Arthur Kriklivy
Keith Michael Pinault*
Alice Renier*
Peter Romano*
Chelsea Lee Wheatley

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
John Isgro
Roberta Loew

STAGE MANAGER
Whitney Dearden

GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Vera Khodasevich

*Appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest
The Importance of Being Earnest
William Shakespeare's

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

directed by Johanna Pinzler

Much Ado About Nothing

July 29-31, 2016

Tantrum Theater
7426 15th Avenue
Brooklyn NY

CAST
Mia Isabella Aguirre
Mike Cannon
Ludovic Coutaud
Emmanuel Elpenord
Shain Fike*
Sarah Good
Adam Hyland
John Isgro*
Vera Khodasevich
Paul Martin Kovic*
Alex Mendez
Nick Neglia
Peter Romano*
Chrissy Rose*
Stephanie Schwartz
Lily Zahn

MUSICIANS
Mike Cannon
Ludovic Coutaud
Peter Romano*
Stephanie Schwartz

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
John Isgro
Roberta Loew

PRODUCER
Shain Fike*

STAGE MANAGER
Danielle Thomsen*

ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
Stephanie Schwartz

GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Vera Khodasevich

*Appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

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