ALL FOR ONE THEATER
By Special Arrangement with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
presents the World Premiere of
WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY
JULY 06 - AUGUST 07
MISTER MISS AMERICA IS PART OF RATTLESTICK’S CURATED RENTAL PROGRAM.
RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION.
REVENUE DERIVED FROM THE RENTAL OF THE THEATER IS USED TO
FURTHER THE WORK OF THE RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER.
DEREK TYLER TAYLOR
PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
SE HYUN OH
SUN HEE KIL
SHEREE V. CAMPBELL
EXECUTIVE & PRODUCING DIRECTOR
NICHOLAS A. COTZ
BUSINESS AFFAIRS MANAGER
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
THE PRESS ROOM
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Jeffrey Steinman, Noah Averbach-Katz, Cheryl Faraone & Richard Romagnoli, Justin Propper, Arianna Bickle, Steve M. Robertson, Taylor Shurte, Emma Rose Brooks, Andrea Hood, Josh Adam Ramos, Giverny Petitmermet, Kevin Bender, David Sabshon, Kate McGee, Chris Flores, Sarah Johnston, David Cavallaro, Ken Goldstein, Alex Lombardo, Bennett Lin, Chris Lunetta, Cait Malczon, Jerry Marsini, Emma Reifschneider, Meredith Lynsey Schade, Sean Walsh, Griffin Patria, SUNY New Paltz Theatre Department, Rosebrand, Tribeca Lighting, Daniella Topol & the team at Rattlestick, The Tank, HERE, A.R.T./New York, Theatre Row Studios, Axe Houghton Foundation, and Howard Gilman Foundation.
NEIL D'ASTOLFO (Playwright; Derek Tyler Taylor/ Announcer) is a New York-based actor, comedian, and writer who uses he/him pronouns (for now). He is a series regular on Comedy Central’s Emmy-nominated Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News and recurred as Anthony Fauci on Showtime’s Our Cartoon President. Other TV credits include Hulu’s High Fidelity and The Path. Theater credits include Classic Stage Company’s The Comedy of Errors, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth. Neil was a house performer at The Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) from 2018-2020, and is the creator and host of SH!T SHOW, a comedic storytelling game show about poop. His upcoming short film series, NORA…, is a recipient of Film Independent’s Fiscal Sponsorship. Neil received his MFA from Columbia University, and is an adjunct professor at Pace University’s School of Performing Arts." neildastolfo.com
TONY SPECIALE (Director) is the founder of Plastic Theatre—conceiving, co-authoring, and directing the Off-Broadway/world premiere of Unnatural Acts (Classic Stage Company—Drama Desk Award nominee, GLAAD Media Award nominee). NYC credits: Abingdon, Classic Stage Company (CSC), Dixon Place, HERE, The Gym at Judson, La Mamma and Westside Theatre. Regional: Actors Theatre of Louisville, Ahmanson Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Bay Street, Hartford Stage, Kirk Douglas, Laguna Playhouse, Old Globe, Philadelphia Theatre Company, and St. Louis Rep. Tony has developed new work at Atlantic Theatre, Berkeley Rep, The Goodman Theatre, Primary Stages, Sundance Theatre Lab and The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival. He spent four seasons at CSC as Associate Artistic Director where he helped found, directed, and taught for their award-winning education & outreach initiative, The Young Company. Tony holds an MFA in Directing from Columbia University, and is an assistant professor of theatre arts at SUNY New Paltz. tonyspeciale.com
SE HYUN OH (Scenic Design) is a set designer based in NYC. Selected regional credits: Man of God, Underneath the Lintel (Geffen Playhouse); Rooted (Cincinnati Playhouse); Hold These Truths (People’s Light Theatre); Tiger Style!, A Doll’s House Pt.2, Cambodian Rock Band, Yoga Play, Office Hour (South Coast Rep); Silent Sky (Perseverance Theatre). Broadway associate credits: Dana H., Is This A Room (Lyceum), Clyde’s (Helen Hayes), Cost of Living (MTC). Off-Broadway associate credits: For Colored Girls, Office Hour (The Public Theatre); Cambodian Rock Band (Signature Theatre); The Great Leap (Atlantic Theatre Company). Northwestern University MFA. www.sehyunoh.com
HUNTER KACZOROWSKI (Costume Design). Recent New York: Yours Unfaithfully (Hewes nomination) and The Price of Thomas Scott (Mint); The Gentleman Caller, The Dork Knight, Stet (Abingdon); HAM (Ars Nova); as well as Heartbeat Opera, The Public, Astoria Performing Arts Center, HERE, Dixon Place and Joyce Soho. Regionally: seven seasons with Berkshire Theater Group including The Importance of Being Earnest (Berkshire Critics Award), The Skin of Our Teeth, The Petrified Forest (Berkshire Critics nomination), Arsenic and Old Lace, Lost Lake, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Other regional: Sense and Sensibility (Alley Theatre), The Fix (Signature); The Sound of Music, Oslo, Dear Elizabeth, A Doll’s House (Northern Stage); A Streetcar Named Desire (Yale Rep); Dracula (Triad); How to Succeed...(starring Frankie Grande, MSMT); as well as Yale Baroque Opera, Urban Arias, Red House Theater. Upcoming: Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare NJ), Dracula (BTG) and The Railway Children (Northern). As assistant: Broadway revivals of Company and Angels in America. Proud member of USA829. MFA, Yale School of Drama. www.huntersk.com
TRAVIS MCHALE (LIGHTING DESIGN). Recent designs include Is There Still Sex In The City? (Daryl Roth) and #DateMe (Westside), and six inaugural shows on the new Regent Seven Seas Splendor for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Off-Broadway: Abingdon, Primary Stages, 59E59, Theatre Row, among others. Regional Theatre: Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Bucks County Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, Capital Repertory, Northern Stage, Theatre Aspen, Westport Country Playhouse, Weston Theatre Company, and more. Other NYC: 7 seasons of NY Fashion Week and Carnegie Hall. Broadway: associate lighting designer for 11 shows and tours, including Sunset Boulevard and Something Rotten! Faculty: State University of New York at New Paltz. Member: United Scenic Artists Local USA 829. www.travismchale.com
SUN HEE KIL (Sound Design). The Public: As You Like It (Shakespeare in the Park), Suffs, The Visitor. Off-Broadway: Goldie, Max & Milk, Removal. Audio Experience: Repair, The Color Purple. 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Opening & Closing Ceremonies (associate). Broadway (associate): Choir Boy, The Rose Tattoo, Bernhardt/Hamlet. Tour (associate): Dreamgirls. Associate Professor of Sound Design, SUNY New Paltz. sunheekil.com
TOMMY KURZMAN (Wig/Hair & Makeup Design). Broadway: Macbeth, Mrs. Doubtfire, All My Sons, True West, St. Joan, My Fair Lady, Little Foxes, Long Day’s Journey, Bright Star & Fiddler on the Roof. Off-Broadway: Little Shop of Horrors - Westside Theatre, MCC, The Atlantic, The New Group, The Public, MTC, NWS. Regional: The Huntington, The MUNY, Geva Theatre, Resident Ensemble Players, Cape Playhouse, Sig. VA, MSM. Associate Hair Designer on over 15 Broadway Productions.
CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL (Choreography) moved to New York City after obtaining his degree in Ballet from UC- CCM. He has worked with James Truitte, Sean Curran, Andrea E. Woods, Vivi Flint and Diane Paulus. His dance credits include Souloworks, V.I.A. Dance Collaborative, Jacobs Campbell Dance, New York City Opera, and DCDC. He has performed in The Off-Broadway hit the Donkey Show and was choreographer for the interactive hit Birdy’s Bachelorette Party. As a choreographer he has created work for two hit Off-Broadway shows, theater, music-videos, dance companies and concert festivals. Christopher has premiered work and performed at Lincoln Center, Aronoff Center, Victory Theater, DUMBO Arts Festival, B.A.A.D., Aaron Davis Hall, Chen Dance Center, and The Joyce. He is co-founder of Jacobs/Campbell Dance and founder of his current company, Grace Rising Dance.
TATYANA SMITH (Production Stage Manager) is very excited to be working on Mister Miss America! She is a native New Yorker from Brooklyn. TaTyana graduated from the City College of New York with a Bachelor's Degree in Theater. She’s worked at HERE Arts Center, The Wild Project, Lincoln Center, The Lark and The Public Theatre. Her off-Broadway credits include: Porto, Cullud Wattah and the PlayOn!Shakespeare festival. She would like to thank her family and friends for their support. Peace and Love.
SHEREE V. CAMPBELL (Assistant Stage Manager) is a multidisciplinary artist, actor, stage manager, director, mover, singer, composer, COVID compliance manager, and song-writer-of-many-things. SM: Miracle in Rwanda (Theatre Row, Apollo Theater, United Nations) ASM: Revlon's Step Out of Line (A$AP Ferg, Mette), Thornton Wilder's The Alcestiad (Four Freedoms State Park NY), The Connection (The New School) PA: Lady Gaga's Enigma (Sirius XM) Performance: Trojan Women (Cassandra-La MaMa ETC), Aristophanes' The Wasps (Relative Theatrics), Odyssey Project (Magis Theatre) and Still In Time (Estrogenius Film Festival), where she also composed, performed and directed original music and movement. Sheree V is founder and creator of @FluxFlowGrow and member of Magis Theatre Company, Great Jones Repertory Company of La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. LIU Post- MA Theatre, BS Adolescence Education English.
ACTORS' EQUITY ASSOCIATION ("EQUITY") founded in 1913, is the U.S. labor union that represents more than 51,000 professional Actors and Stage Managers. Equity fosters the art of live theatre as an essential component of society and advances the careers of its members by negotiating wages, improving working conditions and providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. Actors' Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions.
ALL FOR ONE THEATER believes in seeking the universal in the individual. Now in its twelfth year, AFO remains dedicated to developing and producing extraordinary solo theater and supporting careers for solo artists. AFO productions have played Off-Broadway at numerous theaters, including The Bushwick Starr, 59E59, Theatre Row, Cherry Lane Theatre, Wild Project, The Brick, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, and internationally at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. During the COVID-19 pandemic, AFO created its Drama League Award-nominated Solo Shorts digital theater series. In 2016, AFO created the Solo Collective (SoCo) to nurture and develop some of the brightest writing, performing, and directing talent in the solo world, providing opportunities to workshop projects in all stages of development. Solo Collective cohort members have included Bill Bowers, Darian Dauchan, Lizzie Vieh, Kareem M. Lucas, and our current MISTER MISS AMERICA, Neil D’Astolfo. @afotheater | afo.nyc
The mission of RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER is to present diverse, challenging and provocative plays that might not otherwise be produced and to foster the future voices of the American theater. Unique in its dedication, Rattlestick guarantees a second production to any playwright we take on, regardless of the reception of the first. Rattlestick is a multi-award-winning organization, which has produced over ninety world premieres in the past 21 seasons. We have produced the first plays and early works of some of today’s leading voices, including Lucy Thurber (The Hilltown Plays), Sheila Callaghan (Everything You Touch), Adam Rapp (The Hallway Trilogy), Craig Wright (The Pavilion), Jesse Eisenberg (The Revisionist), Samuel D. Hunter (The Few), and Annie Baker (The Aliens). rattlestick.org
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