49 Mile Play Artists
has been an entertainment industry professional for over 20 years. As an Equity actor, his work includes roles Off-Broadway with 59e59 Theaters. On the west coast he has performed with the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, TheatreWorks, Aurora Theatre, San Francisco Playhouse, Marin Theatre Company, Magic Theatre, San Jose Rep, American Musical Theatre, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Marin Shakespeare Company, Center Rep Theatre, San Jose Stage Company, and Shotgun Players, among many others.
Cassidy Brown is a Bay Area actor, improvisor, and emcee. He has appeared at numerous theatres throughout the Bay and beyond, including Center REP, San Jose Stage, SF Shakes, Theatreworks, Marin Shakes, Capital Stage, SF Playhouse, Aurora Theatre, and Pacific Rep. He also produces and hosts a monthly storytelling event called The Shout, and is a proud member of AEA and Theater Bay Area.
Ms. Resnick most recently appeared in Detroit at the Aurora Theatre Company, Good People (Bay Area Critics Award for Acting) at Marin Theatre Company, God of Carnage (Bay Area Critics Circle Award for Acting) at San Jose Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company and the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta and the National Tour of The Laramie Project Ten Years Later and The Laramie Project at Boston’s Majestic, D.C.’s Arena Stage and Philadelphia Theatre Company with New York’s Tectonic Theatre Company.
has acted around the Bay Area for 20 years. Most recently, he appeared as Clarence in “Richard III” (Marin Shakespeare Company), as Ian in “Shining City” by Conor McPherson (Main Stage West), and as Robert Chiltern in Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband” (Marin Shakespeare Company), for which he received a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle nomination as Best Actor. Before that, he spent many years as an artistic core member of Porchlight Theatre Company in Ross,
Mark Farrell has been acting in the Bay Area and abroad for over 25 years and is a member of Actors' Equity working with such companies as American Conservatory Theatre, Center Repertory Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, Reduced Shakespeare Company, Central Works, Laguna Playhouse, Arizona Theatre Company, and TheatreFirst. Mark is also the Executive Director of the Alameda International Film Festival.
His Bay Area credits include American Conservatory Theater, Aurora Theatre Company, BerkelCutting Ball Theater, Magic Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Shotgun Players, and TheatreWorks. He is currently in his 12th season as an associate artist with California Shakespeare Theater. His other regional credits include work at Arizona Theatre Company, the Huntington Theatre Company, Intiman Theatre, the Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Stacy has appeared at CalShakes, Berkeley Rep., A.C.T., San Jose Rep, Marin Theatre Co., Aurora Theatre Company, San Francisco Playhouse and Baltimore’s Centerstage, among others. She is a member of Playground and an Associate Artist at California Shakespeare Theatre. She is also a member of Symmetry Theatre Company.
He is an American journalist and novelist, notably the author of a well regarded history of surfing, Sweetness and Blood (2010). Moore graduated from University of California, San Diego in 1991 with a degree in German Literature. He lives in Berlin and also holds German citizenship. In January 2012, he was abducted in Galkayo, Somalia while researching a book about piracy. Moore was held captive for over two and a half years, and released September 22, 2014. A few months later he recorded this.
Christian Cagigal has been performing his trademark blend of theatre, storytelling and magic as an Artist in Residence at EXIT Theatre since 2006 and as an Artist in Residence with Beyond the Mountain in Montréal, Canada since 2012. Recently listed as a Finalist for the Theatre Bay Area Award for Best Solo Performer for the second year in a row, recipient of a Mastermind Award by the SF Weekly and three time winner of the Best Magician of the Bay Award by the San Francisco Bay Guardian.
GEORGE MAGUIRE is beginning his 50th year as a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. He has performed both on and Off- Broadway and in many of the countries top regional theaters and Shakespeare Festivals. His numerous film and television credits include FIGHT CLUB, PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS, OPAL, TRUE LIES, NASH BRIDGES and many more. He has directed over 50 award winning productions for Solano College Theater, where he is Professor Emeritus.
Norman Gee has performed with Lorraine Hansberry Theater, Shotgun Players, CalShakes, TheatreWorks and Word for Word, among others. Most recently he was onstage with ShotzSF. The Artistic Director of Oakland Public Theater, Norman directed an award-winning production of Jeannie Barroga’s BANYAN, and has also developed pieces with Bay Area Playwrights Foundation, Peralta Historical House, Oakland Museum and Berkeley’s Hillside Club. Norman teaches theater for the East Bay Ctr for Performing Arts.
Linda Jones is an NYC actor with a “cracked wit” and a passion for words and language. She works in new plays, old plays, film, tv and voice over, and has been known to don a cocktail dress, cradle a martini and belt out ballads in a cabaret act in venues around NYC. A leading lady by type, she’s also been known to play old women, teenage girls, men, boys, fairies, gods and pirates.
Clive Chafer is a professional actor, director, and producer, as well as a theater instructor. Originally from England, he has been an Equity member for over twenty years and has performed and directed at many theaters in the San Francisco area, where he makes his home, and in Utah and Wisconsin. In 1993, he founded TheatreFIRST, Oakland's only professional, season-producing theater company, where he served as artistic director until 2008. Clive received his B.A. from Leeds University.
Scott Slagle is a long time resident of Vacaville, California and has performed in many theatrical productions over the past several years. He is a 4-time Arty Award nominated actor and has worked with local theater companies such as Bay Area Stage Productions in Vallejo, Missouri Street Theater in Fairfield, and Lucky Penny Productions in Napa. Scott has also done film work as a featured actor in the web series, The Smith’s-Episode 7 and as a lead actor in the student film, Gardenhose.
Tim has performed throughout the Bay Area, the U.S., and Eastern Europe. Most recently, he earned a starring role in the feature film The Fixer. His most recent stage roles are The Creature (Frankenstein) The Comedy of Errors with Shakespeare Napa Valley (Antipholus of Syracuse) and Our Town with Shotgun Players (Doc Gibbs).
has been a working theatre artist in the North Bay for 20 years. As an actor, favorite shows include Angels in America, Arcadia, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Skylight, The Real Thing, Enchanted April, Boston Marriage, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest and most recently Top Girls at Shotgun Players. She is on the drama faculties at Sonoma State University and Napa Valley College and was an Associate Artistic Director at Actors Theatre and Managing Director at 6th Street Playhouse
Diana is a Voice-over Artist, Producer, Actor, Improviser and Teaching Artist. She recently completed narration of an audiobook about Orson Welles. Diana has appeared with with Expression Productions, Wily West Productions, Theatre Madcap, PianoFight, New Conservatory Theatre Center, Eugene O'Neill Foundation among others. Diana performs with Radiostar Improv and Leela Theater’s Armando Company.She’s co-producer of the Southern Railroad Theatre Company.
Paul Silverman has performed locally with A.C.T., San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Aurora Theatre, Pacific Alliance Stage, Women in Time, Center REP, Shakespeare at Stinson Beach, Marin Shakespeare Company, Shee Theatre Company, Transparent Theatre, Rough and Tumble, Porchlight Theatre and the Berkeley Opera. He is the recipient of Dean Goodman Choice, Backstage Garland and Bay Area Theatre Critics’ Circle Awards.