Brent White (Alfred/Painter, Burnt House) is an Oklahoma born actor currently living in Manhattan. He’s a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA), where he found his true love and passion for the classics. Brent has studied with The Pearl Conservatory at the Pearl Theatre Company and is a resident member of Hypokrit Theatre Company. Recent credits include BLUE SCATTERS MOST (2015 L.I.C One Act Festival), THE CHERRY ORCHARD (Falconworks Theatre Co.), ROMEO AND JULIET (Hypokrit Theatre Co.), and THE TEMPEST (Hampton’s Independent Theatre Festival). Brent is dedicated to the growth and development of his career in acting and is thrilled to be working with August Strindberg Repertory Theatre.
(Stranger, Burnt House) Classically trained, Toby has played roles from Shakespeare to August Strindberg. Having trained at a London drama school, Toby moved to the United States to further education at the Terry Schreiber Studio in both theatre and film. Having now achieved his artist visa he is working in New York City in mediums of his craft. With it only being a few months since his re-arrival Toby greatly look forward to working on a upcoming web series and to continue making strides in his chosen industry.
Alyssa Simon (Genvieve, The Storm) is an award winning theatre and film actor, who has performed modern works, classics, cabarets and musicals in the U.S., Argentina and the Caribbean. She was selected as A Person Of The Year by Martin Denton of nytheatre.com for her acting work and she is also a Master Mason at the Caffe Cino award winning Brick Theatre as well as a Friend of Flux, the NYIT award winning Flux Ensemble.
Laurence Cantor (Cabinet Minister, The Storm) has written for the stage and directed, but essentially he is an actor. Among more than 150 acting gigs, his favorites include, on stage: Goldberg in Pinter’s "The Birthday Party", Polonius in "Hamlet", The Father in Pirandello’s "Six Characters in Search of an Author", Roebuck Ramsden in Shaw’s "Man and Superman", Kolenkhov in Kaufman & Hart’s “You Can’t Take It With You”, The Old Man in Sam Sheperd’s "Fool for Love" and Chebutykin in Chekhov’s "Three Sisters"; in films: Abu Ali in “Homeland”, Opera in “SubterraNYa” and Avram in “Warsaw”; on TV/Internet video: Frank Norton in “Pioneer One” and The Boss in “The Lydia Show”. He’s trained at T. Schreiber Studio, HB Studio and elsewhere with Terry Schreiber, Peter Jensen, Austin Pendleton, Christopher Martin and a host of others. For further information, please see http://www.laurencecantor.com.
Jason Paul Tate
Jason Paul Tate (Dyer, Burnt House) is a New York City based actor, movement director and teaching artist. Kentucky born bred and barrel aged, he bears a distinctly southern demeanor. Whether engaged in craft, choreography or curriculum; his passion is for the physical life of a performance. This is Jason's first experience with the August Strindberg Repertory Theatre and he is happy to be sharing it with so many uniquely talented individuals.
Mary Baynard (Louise, The Storm) - Mary is thrilled to make her ASRT debut and to be part of this amazing production. She is a graduate of the New Studio on Broadway Musical Theatre program at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. NYC credits include Rose in Off White (Theatre 68), Josie in Hot Summer in the City (Nylon Fusion), Grace in Book of Ruth (Nylon Fusion), Female Soloist in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (AEA Showcase, Piper Theatre), Mina in Dracula (Theatre 68), Lola in Uncle Giff's Christmas Special (Gene Frankel), Kate in The Wild Party (Tisch), and April in Company (Tisch). Much love to her friends and family.
Theodoric Wells (Student/Detective, Burnt House) is a recent graduate from NYU Tisch where he studied at Experimental Theatre Wing and Stonestreet Studios. First generation dual-citizen (U.S. & UK) from Tampa, FL.
Mark Solari (Gardener/Hearsedriver, Burnt House) has appeared in a variety of roles ranging from Alan Strang in Equus to Ebenezer Scrooge and from Lord Capulet in Romeo & Juliet to Paul Sheldon in the United States premiere. of Stephen King’s Misery. Recently, Mark played Juror 10 in 12 Angry Jurors and Inspector Hound in The Real Inspector Hound, both for AlphaNYC. He was also seen as an abusive, pedophile husband in F.I.G. Theatre Group’s Hugs & Kisses. On television Mark has been seen in Mysteries at the Museum and I’d Kill for You, Person of Interest and Gotham. He just finished filming The Gathering Storm, a Harry Potter fan film playing Professor Slughorn. In Boston, Mark was co-artistic director of a/k/a Theatre. He has directed plays by Sam Shepard and Tadeusz Rozewicz. Twice he was stage manager for the Obie Awards. He has a BA in Theater from U. Mass, and has studied with Tim McDonough, Vincent Murphy, Sonia Moore, Elisabeth Dillon and Joel Friedman. SAG-AFTRA.
(Mason/Stonecutter, Burnt House) Stage: The Weird Tree, 2015 NY Fringe Festival; My Uncle Chekhov, West End Theatre; House of Curiosities, Connelly Theatre; Requiem, The Tank; The Cherry Orchard Columbia U; The House of Bernarda Alba, Secret Theatre; grief, Brooklyn Lyceum; Film: My First Kiss and the People Involved (post-production), Plague Town. Voltereta.