Who's who in natural causes

 

 

Kevin Clancy (Playwright) wrote and directed "Controlling Interest", a one act play featured in this year's Midtown International Theatre Festival. His one-act anthology "Still Life" will be performed Sept. 26 and 27 at The Roy Arias Stage II. Kevin has written five previous full length plays produced by Darknight. He thanks The Fringe staff for their tireless help and support.

Traci Timmons (Nancy Brennan)  has been a professional actor, singer, teacher, director, producer and administrator for many years. She is a graduate of the Northwest Actors Studio Conservatory Program. She has performed, directed and taught extensively throughout Westchester, New York City and Seattle. Traci is on the board of the Runaway Theatre Company and a Hall of Fame member of Darknight Productions.  Favorite roles were in "Anything Goes," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Purple Hearts," "A Woman In Mind,"  "A Pirates Lullaby" and anything written by a Clancy brother.

Lucy Apicello (Dr. Arlene Rochambeau) is a proud native New Yorker who most recently appeared as Mrs. Frank in  The Diary of Anne Frank (St. Jean's Players). Previous roles include Guadalupe in Women  Behind Bars (Heights Players) and Lois in When Rodney Met The Vikings (Samuel French Festival).  Lucy's first full length play, Nine Lives, was recently produced as a staged reading by Darknight Productions.

Thomas Patrick Clancy (Louis Devanney) has produced, directed, wrote and acted for several companies in NY.  Some credits--as author: Three Rivers(Jan Hus Playhouse), Life and Death in New York (Ground Floor Theatre), Hopes and Dreams (RMTG, Mercy College), and Ladies in Waiting (Blackbird Theatre).  As director: Laundry and Bourbon/Lonestar  (Irish Arts Center), One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest (RMTG, Mercy College) and The Cemetery Club (Ground Floor Theatre).  As actor: Born Again, Again (Art Group), Dark of the Moon (Center Stage) and Henry IV (RMTG, Mercy College).

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Heather Steinberg (Production Manager) is a self-proclaimed “theater rat” who has been working on stage and behind the scenes since she was very young.  She worked with the Bendheim Performing Arts Center on all aspects of production, creating the magic of the stage through costumes, sets and props.  She was with Irvington Town Hall Theater Foundation for eight years as an actress, board member and resident propmaster.  For five years, she was the Vice President in Charge of Children’s Theatre for their Clocktower Players productions.  She was an actress, costume designer, propmistress and production assistant on A Pirate’s Lullaby and Lifeboat for Runaway Theater Company, and production manager on several recent shows for Darknight.

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George Domenick (Director) - Although born and raised in the Bronx, George started his theatrical career in San Francisco and was a founding member of City Theater Ensemble. It's there that he discovered his passion for directing. Favorite credits include "Crimes Of The Heart" , "Pirates Lullaby" and his stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's "Lifeboat"

Danielle Nichole Tyler (Bri North) – is a founding member and Co-Artistic Director of Darknight.  Her love of the arts began “in utero” and has grown stronger over the past 30+ years.  Danielle has performed as a dancer, actress and singer throughout NYC, Westchester and New Jersey with companies such as Center Stage Community Playhouse, the Westchester Group Theatre and the Hackensack Theatre Company, where she has been the resident choreographer for over 5 years.  Danielle has written a few plays, directed several one acts and staged readings and produced, directed and hosted “What I Always Wanted to Do: The Musical” since 2008.

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John Schuk (Langston Reed) is excited to be making his debut at the NYC International Fringe Festival. John began his acting career in Atlanta, Georgia, where he trained under Nick Conti and Michael Cole.  John has appeared in a variety of film, theatre, and commercial projects.  Film credits include principal roles in Crossroads, The Kissing Bandit, Strife and Faint Not.  He has performed onstage in 33 Variations (Teaneck New Theatre), The Life Story of Marvin Gaye, Sketches of a Man, Stageblack, and more.

Sydia Cedeno (Dr. Carrie Pierce) has dedicated her life to the pursuit of happiness through music and theater.  She has had the fortune of working with Repertorio Espanol, No Pants Theater Company and Shot in the Dark Murder Troupe before working as an actor and director with Center Stage Playhouse, Irvington Theater,  Co-founding the Runaway Theater Company, becoming a Reader for Selected Shorts at Symphony Space and performing with Darknight Productions.  It's not the destination, it's the journey.....and “I think on-stage nudity is disgusting, shameful and damaging to all things American. But if I were 22 with a great body, it would be artistic, tasteful, patriotic, and a progressive religious experience.” ― Shelley Winters

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Carson Jones, (Technical Director) has performed in several shows for Darknight, including the last two What I Always Wanted to Do: The Musical.   Prior to that, Carson worked behind the scenes in our first four editions, and on the original New York productions of The Vagina Monologues, Trumbo, Margaret Cho's “I'm the One That I Want,” The Umbilical Brothers in THWAK, Dustin Lance Black's “8” and I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change.