The Team

Matthew Amendt - Writer/Actor

Broadway:  Bernhardt/Hamlet. Off-Broadway: Julius Caesar, Tamburlaine Parts 1 and 2, Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre for a New Audience) Henry V in the title role (The Acting Company at the New Victory Theater); Coriolanus, ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Red Bull), The Subject Was Roses, The Misanthrope (Pearl Theatre).  12 productions at the Guthrie Theater including The Great Gatsby world premiere as Nick Carraway and Henry V.  Hamlet in the title role, HVSF and Pittsburgh Public. Other Regional:  Shakespeare Theatre Co., Syracuse Stage, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse, Hudson Valley Shakespeare, Arden Theatre, Chautauqua, and others.  He is a Presidential Scholar in the Arts, has a BFA in Acting from the Guthrie/U of M, is an Ivey Award winner for writing/performing in The Comedian’s Tragedy, an Emery Battis Award Winner for the role of Prince Hal, and Best Production and Leading Man of 2018 from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for Hamlet. 

Bill McCallum - Director

Bill McCallum is an acclaimed actor/director based in Minneapolis, MN.  A graduate of NC School of the Arts, Bill has appeared in more than 100 Classical Productions at APT, The Guthrie, and internationally at The Gaiety in Dublin, Ireland, among many others.  Favorites include:  Iago in National Tour of Othello, Nick in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Guthrie (alongside Patrick Stewart and Mercedes Ruehl).  In addition to helping establish Dark and Stormy  as the premier site specific company in Minneapolis, he directed The Comedian's Tragedy in its first production. 

Izzy Fields - Sets and Costumes

Izzy Fields is a NYC based costume and set designer; recent New York theatre credits include BERNIE AND MIKEY’S TRIP TO THE MOON at 59E59,  POUND at The Lion Theatre; THE OREGON TRAIL, THE WEDGE HORSE, AT THE TABLE, BREATHING TIME and THE FAIRE all for Fault Line Theatre Company. AMERIKE THE GOLDEN LAND, THE GOLDEN BRIDE, LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME and FYVUSH FINKEL LIVE! all at National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene.  THE CRUCIBLE, THE TRESTLE AT POPE LICK CREEK and THE LOVE OF THE NIGHTINGALE all at Atlantic Theatre Company Stage 2.  A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM at Secret Theatre; CONSENT at Roundabout Black Box; AMERICAN DANCE MACHINE at Joyce Theatre; SHIPS at The Wild Project.  She is a proud member of 829 and 764.

Ron Menzel - Actor

Ron Menzel is a stage and screen actor based in Minnesota and Brooklyn, currently appearing at Playmakers Rep in NC as Galileo.  Broadway credits include:  Les Liaisons Dangereuse, The Parisian Woman.  In addition to his independent film and network tv appearances, he has performed extensively across the United States with leading roles at: The Guthrie, City Theatre, Geva, Shakespeare Theatre Co., Studio, and others. He originated the role of The Chorus Leader in The Comedian's Tragedy. 

Derek Smith - Actor 

Broadway:  The Green Bird (Tony nomination), Timon Of Athens, The Government Inspector, Jackie, Getting And Spending,
Ring Round The Moon, and several years as Scar in The Lion King.  Off-B'way:  Sylvia (Drama League, LA Ovation award), 
Dark Rapture, Cruise Control, Ten By Tennessee, Desire, King John (Derwint award), The Green Bird (Obie award), 
School For Scandal, Tis Pity She's A Whore, Dance Of Death, The Witch Of Edmonton (Calloway award), The White Devil, 
Heartbreak House.  Several regional productions.  Affiliated artist at The Shakespeare Theatre in D.C. and 
several seasons at A.R.T in Cambridge.  Film and TV include The Good Wife, Internal Affairs, The Equalizer, Jungle 
To Jungle, Advice From A Caterpillar.  Graduate of Juilliard.  

Galen Molk - Actor

Galen Molk is a NYC based actor. Off-Broadway: Julius Caesar (Theatre for a New Audience), King John (John Cullum Theatre). Regional: Mary Zimmerman's The Odyssey, Julius Caesar (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Footlight Frenzy, An Act of God (Millbrook Playhouse); The Bottle Tree (Z Below). New York: meg jo beth amy & louisa (Dixon Place/Tier5), Against the Wall (Playwrights Downtown), Every Seven Minutes (Plaxall Gallery/The Navigators). Galen is originally from Corvallis, Oregon and has a BFA in Acting from Southern Oregon University.

Sarah Baskin - Actor

Sarah Baskin is a New York based actor with an affinity for developing new work and the collaborative process of making things. Sarah has worked Off Broadway, including productions at Roundabout, 59E59, Urban Stages, and with several downtown theatre companies. Regionally, she has performed at Portland Center Stage, American Repertory Theatre, Gulfshore Playhouse, and The Theatre Center in Toronto. Her Film / TV work includes "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", "Divorce", “Blindspot”, "Who Killed Chandra Levy?", Malaisia, The Lives of Hamilton Fish, Thanks for Sharing. Sarah is a company member of Virago, Subway Token Films, and The Actors Center. She holds an MFA in Acting from ART / MXAT at Harvard University.

Asma Thabet - Actor

Asma Thabet is an actress, dancer, theatre teacher, director, and psychodramist with a degree from The High Institute of Dramatic Arts in Tunisia. She has over twelve years of experience working in the professional theater, TV and cinema as an actor and director, and over six years teaching theatre in the Arts Centres and Public High schools. ​ As an art activist committed to promoting empathy and investigating social, political, and human rights issues through theatre, Asma founded the non-profit organization Espwart, where she worked for five years as a volunteer psychodramist and director with teenagers surviving domestic abuse. With those teenagers, Asma provides creative training and directs such plays as "Tunisian", "The Little Sister", and the well-known Psychodrama play in Tunisia "I'm not alone" which won awards from the UN and many Theatre Festivals. ​ Also, Asma worked as an actress in many Tunisian TV Series: "Frankologia", "Hkaya Men Rwaya", Dipanini, and in the most famous Tunisian Series "Choufli Hall". Asma moved to The United States in 2017, and she continues embarking on new artistic adventures.

Gary Lowery - Actor

Gary Lowery:  NY Theater:  Once Around the City (2nd Stage), H. Finn Esquire (Kaufman Theater), Child of God (Ohio Theater), Lunch Rush (Lamb’s Theater), Avenue X (Playwrights Horizon anniversary reading). Regional Theater:  Lost in Yonkers, A House Divided (Tennessee Repertory Theater), The Tempest, King Lear, Othello (American Players Theater), Lysistrata (The Guthrie Theater), Julius Ceasar ( Mockingbird Public Theater), Hunting Cockroaches (Wisdom Bridge Theater), Brecht’s Edward II (Absolute Theater Company/Joseph Jefferson Nomination). Film & Television:  Law & Order, The People vs. Larry Flynt (Milos Foreman, dir), Get on the Bus (Spike Lee, dir.), Box of Moonlight (Tom DiCillo, dir.)  Gary is also a lead singer for the Americana/Country band The Delorean Sisters (Albums: The Delorean Sisters & Somethin’ in the Water).

Truett Felt - Actor

Truett Felt is a NYC based actor and singer. Off-Broadway: The Crucible (Bedlam, UPCOMING). New York: Victory Train (NYMF), F8 or Down with Chads (PlayGround). Regional: Beauty and the Beast, Off the Rails (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), The Bottle Tree (Z Below), The Comedy of Errors (Craterian Theater). Truett is originally from Portland, Oregon. She graduated with a BFA in acting from Souther Oregon University. 

Stephen D'Ambrose - Actor

A stage and screen actor based in New York, Stephen D'Ambrose has appeared extensively off-Broadway, Regionally, and was a longtime member of the vibrant Minneapolis/St. Paul theater community, with dozens of productions at the Guthrie, Park Square, 10,000 Things, and others.  Favorite directors include: Aaron Posner, Garland Wright, Doug Hughes, Mark Lamos, Bart Sher, Stephen Kanee, and Jon
Cranny. Films include: SWEET LAND, HERMAN, FACTOTEM and
TRAUMA directed by Dario Argento

Anna Sundberg - Actor

Anna is a NYC based actor with a focus on developing new work. She has workshopped countless new plays at the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis, and also with Playwrights Horizons in NYC. She has been a company member with Ten Thousand Things Theater in Minneapolis, and also with the Great River Shakespeare Festival. Select regional credits include the Guthrie Theater, Jungle Theater, Children’s Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, and Greenhouse Theatre Project in Columbia, MO. She appears in the first season of the television series FARGO and in the film I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER starring Christopher Lloyd. Anna also has experience touring the South Island of New Zealand playing a sheep. 

Julian Remulla - Actor

Julian is a NYC based actor with a BFA from UC Santa Barbara, and just wrapped up his off-Broadway debut in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar with TFANA, directed by Shana Cooper.  Favorite credits from his time at the acclaimed Oregon Shakespeare Festival include: Romeo and Juliet, 
The Way the Mountain Moved, 
Julius Caesar, Beauty and the Beast
Shakespeare in Love, Hamlet, 
Timon of Athens
, and The Winter’s Tale 


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