NANCY WOLFE (ONE) is thrilled to be working with the estimable White Horse Theater Company and the extraordinary Cyndy A. Marion. A student of Sanford Meisner, Nancy Wolfe is best known for her star turn as the psychotic Susan Atkins in Tom Gries’s 1976 TV special Helter Skelter. She’s guest-starred in, among other things, two Hallmark Hall of Fame specials, The Ordeal of Patty Hearst and 70s TV series Baretta and Barnaby Jones. Film credits include: Another, Patrick Cavanaugh’s Hope in the Fog, Aphoria, The Intruders and Attic Expeditions. Her stage career includes leading roles in Come Back Little Sheba and The Gin Game, which won the ADA Award for Best Revival, and she received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for 4318 Clarendon Road.
JOSEPH CASSESE (TWO) received his BFA from Seton Hall University in Fine Arts and Criminal Justice. He has studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, with renowned acting coach Michael Howard, The Acting Studio and at the Atlantic Theatre Company with Karen Kohlhaas. He has collaborated with Chelsea Repertory and LAB in several productions, recently performed on stage in Odets’ Waiting For Lefty at Theatre Nuance (NYC) and will appear next month in the Strawberry One Act Festival in Anthony Marinelli’s Acoustic Space. Off-Off Broadway stage credits include Shepard’s Fool For Love and McNally’s Frankie and Johnny In the Claire de Lune. Independent feature films include A Better Place produced by Kevin Smith’s View Askew Productions, as well as studio films including a role in Penny Marshall’s Riding In Cars With Boys and most recently a web series titled Eat The Rabbit directed by Gwen Butler and also in a feature film, Ghosts In Our Hearts, written and directed by Joe Mileto. He has appeared in most of Anthony Marinelli’s short films, including Walt Whitman Never Paid for It (in the role he originated on stage), written by Angelo Berkowitz. Joe is very pleased to have this opportunity to contribute to the White Horse Theatre Company’s effort to bring Mr. Williams’ work to life in this storied venue. He would like to express his heartfelt gratitude for all of the love and support he receives from his family and loved ones as he pursues his work in the arts.