JIM STANEK* (Mike)  Broadway: The Story Of My Life; *Lestat; Little Women; The Rivals; *A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum; Indiscretions. Off-Broadway: Night Sky; *Frankenstein; Jacques Brel...; Slut; I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change; Saturday Night; Captain's Courageous. Regional: (Signature) Ace; (North Shore) The Producers; (Kennedy Center) Carnival; (Williamstown) The Threepenny Opera; (AMTSJ) *3hree Musketeers; (La Jolla) Thoroughly Modern Millie. Film: Bella; Borough Of Kings. TV: (NBC pilot) Adversaries; Guiding Light. Education: Carnegie Mellon. Inspiration: Beth, our 3 boys, family and Heaven. Distraction: Action Figures. (* = recordings)

NATASCIA DIAZ* (Meredith) won the 2009 Helen Hayes Award this year in Washington DC for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Musical, tying with Broadway legend Chita Rivera, for her work as young Scottish punk rocker Monica P. Miller in ROOMS, born at the NYMF. Broadway: MAN OF LA MANCHA, THE CAPEMAN, SEUSSICAL. Off-Broadway: JACQUES BREL (cast album), TICK, TICK…BOOM! (Susan, 2006 LA Ovation Award nom). Ms. Diaz’s acclaimed performance as Anita in WEST SIDE STORY has won her both Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award, and St. Louis’ Kevin Klein Award for Best Supporting Actress.  ROOMS.  TV: HBO’s OZ, Law and Order SVU, CSI.  Independent film, How to Seduce Difficult Women, opens in New York October 30th. ( Natascia is also featured in the highly acclaimed documentary EVERY LITTLE STEP, about the remaking of A CHORUS LINE.

GORDON JOSEPH WEISS* (Vondo)  Gordon is happy to return to the role of Vondo after originating the character at the Henlopen Theatre Project. Broadway: Sly Fox, The Life, Jelly’s Last Jam, The Visit, Ghetto (Tony and Drama Desk Nominations), Raggedy Ann, King of Hearts, Goodtime Charley and Jumpers. Regional: A Moon for the Misbegotten (Hogan) Merrimack Repertory Theatre: Tobacco Road (Jeter Lester), Tartuffe (Tartuffe) Triad Stage; principal roles at Virginia Stage Company, Baltimore’s Centerstage, Goodspeed Opera House, Ford’s Theatre, McCarter Theatre, American Festival Theatre, Pennsylvania Festival Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville. Film: Imaginary Heroes, Joe Gould’s Secret, Howard Stern’s Private Parts, Awakenings, Reversal of Fortune, Lustre, The Undeserved. Television: Law & Order, Third WatchSpin CityLaw & Order: SVUNew York Undercover, NYPD Blue.

PAUL DE PASQUALE* (Jeff) Theatre: The Sound of Music; Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, St. Paul,  Sondheim's Saturday Night; 2econd Stage,  Gun Metal Blues; Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia,  Guys and Dolls; 1992 National Tour (Jerry Zaks), 2001 50th Anniversary National Tour (Charles Randolf-Wright),  Girl Crazy (Randy Skinner) and Jesus Christ Superstar; Nederlanders' Birmingham Theater,  South Pacific (Geraldine Fitzgerald),  Equus; Trinity Rep. Television:  Law and Order (Compassion), The Sopranos (The Fleshy Part of the Thigh)

RICK DELANEY* (Scott) NYC: Antonio in Merchant of Venice at Inwood Shakespeare, Niukhin in Flies in the Snuffboxat the MITF (best actor nomination), Tales from the Xmas Warsat the Invisible Theater, and appearances at The Duplex, Triad and Don’t Tell Mama.  Regional: Psycho Beach Party (Kanaka), Omnium Gatherum (Terrence), Jackie (JFK) at The Theater Project, The Price (Walter) at 12 Miles West, Fully Committed (Sam, et al.) and The Memory of Water (Frank) at What Exit? Theater. Favorite Roles include Lord Edgar/Jane in The Mystery of Irma Vep,Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Hamlet. 

LETITIA D. TOWNES (Jeannie) Favorite roles include: Winifred in Once Upon A Mattress, Lola in Damn Yankees,Yonah in Children of Eden, Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, Leading Player in Pippin and Jeannie in Two on the Aisle, Three In A Van to name a few.  Letitia also serves on the board of directors for HTC Productions, NJ.  She is happy to be working once again with the endlessly talented Mary Lynn Dobson.  Love always to my precious K-Ray!  “He has done Marvelous things, Praise the Lord!!”

TERRI STURTEVANT (Harriet) Terri's worked on many of New Jersey's professional stages: Dreamcatchers, What Exit?,
The Forum, The Theater Project, 12 Miles West, Alliance Rep.  She has won Outstanding Lead Actress awards for Vivian Bearing in Wit,  Bessie in Marvin's Room, M'Lynn in Steel Magnolias.  This past year Terri played Sister Aloysius in Doubt and Aida in Over the River and Through the Woods.  Other favorites include:  Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Driving Miss Daisy, Gemini, Nuts, Blithe Spirit.  In New York, at Dillon's,  (across from Studio 54), Terri played a lesbian Jewish mother in Sex and the Single Jew.  Go figure.

JONATHAN WIERZBICKI (Eric 8/16, 22, 25) Studied theatre at the University of Scranton. Regional Theatre: Lone Star (Alliance Rep); Picnic (NJ Theatre Guild); Squabbles (Hunterdon Hills Playhouse); The Odd Couple (Strand Theatre). Favorite Roles Include: A View from the Bridge (Marco); Lonely Planet (Carl); Balm in Gilead (Joe); The Two Gentleman of Verona (Proteus); The Pillowman (Katurian); A Streetcar Named Desire (Stanley); M.Butterfly (Marc). Film: Done By Thursday; High Dive.  Many thanks to my wonderful wife and family for letting daddy ‘finish the hat’.

JOHN P. DOWGIN (Eric 8/26, 29) John is very pleased to be making his second NYC Fringe Festival appearance, having play ed several roles in the award-winning Preview of Murder during the 2001 festival. His latest NYC acting credit, Drop, placed as one of six finalists in this year’s Samuel French OOB Festival and will be published by Sam French later this year. Other favorite roles include: Kaffee in A Few Good Men, Max in Bent, and Garry in Noises Off! Offstage, he has recently sold two screenplay options and is working to produce a feature length film through The Porch Room.

STEPHEN MEDVIDICK (Daniel) is a (somewhat) fresh graduate of Montclair State University’s BFA acting program and has since appeared on stage with The Theater Project, Castle Shakespeare Rep, WhatFour Productions and the National Theater for Children, as well as working alongside the Abbey Theater’s David Gothard to create the original piece Paterson Project.  On film, he has appeared in several short films such as Recluse and Out of Sync. He was nominated for the American College Theater Festival’s Irene Ryan acting scholarship for his portrayal of Rich in Neil LaBute’s The Distance From Here

MADELINE BLUE (Robin) is tickled to revisit Two on the Aisle, and to be performing in two reincarnated shows this year for FringeNYC.  Other past credits include Cure Girl in Wet Hot American Summer, Young Janice in The Sopranos, Young Lizzie, Lizzie Bordon: The Musical (world premiere, w/ Alison Frasier), and [Young] Josie  in By the Bog of Cats, Women's Project Theatre (dir: Emily Mann, w/ Julianne Moore).  She is now a Tufts University graduate. 

* Member of Actors' Equity