Tricia Alexandro is a native New Yorker, actor and writer. She has her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Binghamton University, and studied acting in LA at Playhouse West, and in NYC at The Barrow Group School and Manhattan Film Institute. She is a member of the Labyrinth Theater Company’s Intensive Ensemble. Tricia was last seen in the world premiere of Lyle Kessler’s play PERP at The Barrow Group Theatre. Other credits include The Cleaners (Samuel French Play Festival Winner), We, the Invisibles (Humana Festival; ATL), In Darfur (WAM/Shakespeare & Co.) and the one woman show originally written for Lily Tomlin, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (Cape May Stage). Her performance in John Yearley’s play, The Unrepeatable Moment, was cited in the NY Times, “boldly acted...a highlight of the show.” Tricia has written and performed two one woman shows, Snapshots and The Family Jewels, at The Barrow Group Theatre. She has also performed her solo work at Naked Angels Tuesdays at 9, The Wild Project, Bowery Poetry Club and The Duplex. TV: Law and Order: SVU Films: CODA, Drinks and DNA (Big Apple Film Festival), Happy New Year, Stealing Martin Lane, and Old Flames. She loves shining a light on social justice issues and creating a sense of compassion and connection through her writing and acting.
Matt W. Cody
Matt W. Cody Regional: Sleuth (Deertrees Theater), Around the World in 80 Days (Winnipesaukee Playhouse), Night of Nosferatu (Rabbit Hole Ensemble/Wellfleet Harbor). New York: Implied Consent (Access Theater), All My Love, Kate (Fresh Fruit Festival; winner Outstanding Lead Performance), The Silencer (NY WinterFest), Blithe Spirit (Gallery Players), R.U.R. (Resonance Ensemble/Theater Row), Both Your Houses (Metropolitan Playhouse), The List (FringeNYC), Anna: Love in the Cold War (Dorothy Strelsin Theater), Othello (Oberon/Theater Row). With Rabbit Hole Ensemble: Neal Bell’s Shadow of Himself, Big Thick Rod (FringeNYC). Readings: Atlantic Theater Company, Endlings by Celine Song at Playwrights Realm, Away It Rolled with Michael Chernus, the LARK, Cherry Lane Theater. TV: “BULL,” “The Blacklist,” “House of Cards,” “Blue Bloods,” “Livin’ on a Prairie.” www.mattwcody.com
Irene Glezos is an award nominated actor. She has played Lady in Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus Descending in New York City, New Orleans, Mississippi and Provincetown, a performance for which she was nominated Best Actress by the Big Easy Entertainment Awards in 2017. Other favorite New York and regional theater credits include: Maria Callas in Terrence McNally’s Master Class at MTC Westport (dir. Kevin Connors) for which she was nominated Outstanding Leading Actress by the Connecticut Critics Circle, Gertrude in Jane Bowles' In the Summerhouse (director, David Kaplan), Fairouz in Naomi Wallace's In the Heart of America (Long Wharf Theatre, director, Tony Kushner), Joyce/Isabella Bird in Top Girls (Off-Broadway at the Harold Clurman Theatre), Collette in Four Dogs and a Bone, Anna in Ron Elisha's Two, and Bo in Criminal Hearts. She has written and performed her own work including a solo play called Y, co-created and directed by Brad Calcaterra, about the mysterious final days of Marilyn Monroe. She has appeared in numerous films including the upcoming psychothriller Delusional opposite Anais Almonte and on television series including Law and Order, Sex and the City, Trial By Jury, Third Watch and Criminal Intent. She also plays Nina Stansfield on Park Slope Moms, a female-centric comedy series set in an affluent, progressive Brooklyn neighborhood directed by Annetta Marion.
David King is an actor, director, poet, curator, educator, and NYC native. He is Co-Founder of The Seven Collective, a 2019 Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellow with The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, member of Artists Co-creating Real Equity (ACRE) and he sits on the Board of Directors at the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable. Film: "Four Bottles" and "Stuck" from writer-director John Painz (SohoFilmFest, AoBFF). Off Broadway: The Man Who Ate Michael Rockefeller, Black Angels Over Tuskegee. FringeNYC: Savage International, Choke City. He has received critical acclaim from The New York Times and Time Out New York. He is currently developing Without Permission, a theatrical showcase that blends spoken word with live photography, inspired by his collaborative art project Haiku Portraits NYC. He performed excerpts at New Media Rep, Wild Project, Bowery Poetry Club, Abrons Arts Center, Judson Memorial Church, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange. David earned a B.A. in Theatre from The City College of New York (CUNY). He is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and is represented by UGA Talent. He appreciates those who contribute to the process. @dk7collective.
Kerry Malloy was most recently seen guest starring on CBS' BULL as Michael Cole, and portraying Paul Santino on NBC's hit show MANIFEST. After completing his acting degree from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, casting director Kathleen Chopin pulled Kerry in to audition for Stephen Frears' HBO biopic Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight. Taft-Hartleyed into the union, he was dropped into a small supporting role opposite the likes of Christopher Plummer and Frank Langella. He cut his teeth performing small parts with big talents, taking on supporting roles in Martin Scorcese's Wolf of Wall Street opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Baz Luhrmann's Netflix saga The Get Down. Other TV credits include House of Cards, Daredevil, and Quantico. Ever hungry for the live and in person connection between actor and audience, Kerry has performed with theater companies including BAM, The Goodman, New York Theatre Workshop and The Williamstown Theatre Festival. Elsewhere you will find him helping out with workshops that take performance into juvenile detention centers and NYC foster care housing with the theater company Naked Angels and spending time with his 4 year old nephew Conor. Kerry is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.
New York theatre credits include R&J&Z (Hard Sparks), Buddhas are Screaming In China (Planet Connections), A People (TerraNOVA), Homeward Bound (Greenlight Productions), Playing House (HERE), Vera Laughed (Playwrights Horizons), Brokenbrow (NYTW), and Icarus Burns (NYTW). Regional theater credits include: Next Act Theater, Milwaukee: Back of the Throat, Bravo, Caruso! CBT: Three Sisters, The Life of Galileo, Major Barbara, A Flea In Her Ear, King Lear, All My Sons, As You Like It, Guys and Dolls, and A Christmas Carol. Film: Paradise City, Naked Singularity. TV: Delocated, Sweetbitter, Ramy, God Friended Me, and Future Man. Christopher is the recipient of The Artists Patron Fund and teaches Clown and Acting in New York and around the country. BA in Theatre: Fordham University at Lincoln Center; MFA in Acting: University of Tennessee, Knoxville. www.christophertramantana.com