Brad Burgess (Charles Manson) is an OBIE (2007) award winning member of The Living Theatre Ensemble, where he also serves as executive producer and associate artistic director. Other major acting roles include Jesus Christ in a staged adaptation of Pasolini's "Gospel According to St. Matthew" (2012) and Antonin Artaud in "Artaud...mon momo." (2013)
Sarah Levine McClelland (Susan Atkins) made her White Horse Theater debut in the 2010 production of Clothes For A Summer Hotel, and appeared in the 2012 workshop of Freezer Dreams. She trained at The Birmingham School of Acting in The UK, and has performed Off-Broadway, in Great Britain, and regionally throughout The United States. Thanks to Cyndy, Vanessa, and the whole White Horse family. sarahlevinemcclelland.com
Heather Lee Rogers (Stage Directions) - Performances with White Horse: Freezer Dreams by Jess Foster and Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams. She regularly develops new plays with Flux Theatre Ensemble and Lather Rinse Repeat playwrights collective. In August she will be playing Hermione in The Winter's Tale with Hudson Warehouse. www.heatherogers.com
Nancy Wolfe (The Woman) Nancy is most remembered for her striking performance as Susan Atkins in the original 1976 TV special Helter Skelter. Other TV: Journey from Darkness (1975), The Ordeal of Patty Hearst (1979). Most recently she starred in WHTC’s I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow. Other theater credits include: Come Back Little Sheba, 4318 Clarendon Road, and The Gin Game (ADA Award for Best Revival of a Play). Her recent film, Another, is now premiering at The International Seattle Film Festival. Member AEA.
Cyndy A. Marion (Playwright/Director) Producing Artistic Director WHTC. WHTC directing credits include: I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow, ‘night, Mother, Suddenly Last Summer, Clothes for a Summer Hotel, Small Craft Warnings, In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, Buried Child, The Late Henry Moss, States of Shock, A Lie of the Mind, True West and workshop productions of HALF and Freezer Dreams. Other directing credits include: the world premieres of The Book of Lambert and MINA by Obie-winner Leslie Lee (La MaMa E.T.C.), PB&J (NYC Int’l Fringe Festival), La Turista (Michael Chekhov Theatre), Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing in a Hurry (PRTT), Last Train to Nibroc (ATA), Twelve Angry Men and Fighting The Gorilla (Riant Theatre), and The Mandala (White Heron Inc.). MFA in Directing from Brooklyn College; 2001 recipient of the Joel Zwick Scholarship in directing. Member of The Players and SDC; nytheatre.com's “People of the Year” for 2007. You Are Perfect is her first full-length play.
Vanessa R. Bombardieri (Dramaturg) Managing Director WHTC. WHTC dramaturgy credits: I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow, ‘night, Mother, Freezer Dreams, Suddenly Last Summer, Clothes for a Summer Hotel, and Small Craft Warnings. Other WHTC credits include: Lab production of her one-act play Everybody Dies in February, and Assistant Director on HALF. Associate Producer: Crossing Jamaica Avenue's production of Thousand Years Waiting at PS 122. Directing credits include: Eugene Ionesco's The Painting and her own adaptation of Samuel Beckett's Happy Days. Regional and Summer stock: The Williamstown Theatre Festival, Dorset Theatre Festival and The New Repertory Theatre. BA in Theatre Directing from Bard College.