Lee Sunday Evans
All Girls is a hyper real, sometimes surreal play about three teenage girls and one colossally scary mother.
Cast and Crew
Trembling on the brink of womanhood, the girls act out with one another and their families in the most outrageous ways imaginable. It’s also funny.
(Production Stage Manager)
Abbey Bay is so pleased to be joining this very talented team for ALL GIRLS, and wants to thank the ladies in this cast for all their hard work! Recent productions include Oedipus Rex XX/XY (Faux-Real Theatre Co.), The Jackson Heights Trilogy (Theatre 167) and Grey Green Canals (Concrete Temple Theatre). She would also like to thank James for being supportive and fantastic through this crazy month of productions! :)
Anna Greenfield (writer, Claude) is a working actor and writer living in Brooklyn. As an actor: The Play About My Dad by Boo Killebrew (Collaboration Town, 59East59th, directed by Lee Sunday Evans), New York Living by Thomas Bradshaw (The Great Recession, Flea Theater, directed by EthanMcSweeney), and I Have Loved Strangers by Anne Washburn (NYU, directed by Paul Lazar). As a writer: Good Play (NYU Shop Theater), Norma and Claude Get Married (work shopped at the Lee Strasberg Institute). She graduated from the Experimental Theater Wing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2008. She is a current member of the 2012-2013 Soho Rep writer/director lab and will have a reading of her new play, This is Gonna be Great directed by Mary Birnbaum at Soho Rep in April.
Anna Ryan Konkle
Anna Ryan Konkle (Morgan) - Off Broadway: Neither Heaven Nor Earth (151 Bank Street) The Reality Show (Skirball Center). Other: Stillspotting (Guggenheim), The Wall: A Story of the Land (Dir. Noelle Ghoussaini). On Screen: ProjectReality (MANAwatchonline.com), Shopgirl (Srslytheshow.com), Mental (OldePayphone), Last Call (Dir. Jim Chaliz), and commercials. Check out Anna’s website www.annaryankonkle.com for more comedy and writing. Endless thanks and love to the team that is ALL GIRLS.
Beth Goldenberg's recent designs include Krechinsky/Muromsky/Tarelkin (dir. Mark Wing-Davey, NYU); Pura Vida (Second Ave Dance Co.); The Play About My Dad (Collaborationtown); and Quantum Poetics (Stolen Chair Theatre). Upcoming designs include The Little Match Girl Passion (dir. Francesca Zambello, Glimmerglass). Assistant & associate design credits include Broadway, TFANA, Glimmerglass, The Shakespeare Theatre, The Kennedy Center, CSC and The Women’s Project. BFA, Theatre Design, Boston University. MFA, Costume Design, NYU/Tisch.
Isabella F. Byrd
Isabella F. Byrd is a Brooklyn based designer and collaborator. Recent and selected: The Seagull (w/ John Gould Rubin), Assoc. on 13P/Sarah Ruhl's Melancholy Play (a new chamber piece), Act Before You Speak (Throes Theater @ The Flea), and Playing with Fire (the Private Theater.) Selected designs: As You Like It (Queen's Co.) Judas Iscariot, Polaroid Stories (Lee Strasberg), Order (directed by Austin Pendleton) and Othello (Oberon), Golden Gate (Williamstown). Associate/Assist credits include the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Spoleto Festival USA, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Atlantic Theater Co, Playwrights Horizons, and A Steady Rain on Broadway. Isabella was a Producer and the Assoc. General Manager for recently imploded 13Playwrights, Inc.
Judith Hawking attained her M.F.A. in Acting from The California Institute of the Arts where, upon
graduation, she won the National Best Actress Award at The Irene Ryans. Judith was nominated by the
Drama Desk Awards for her performance in “A Soldiers' Wife”. She has gone on to be seen on
Broadway, and Off, in productions ranging from “Ivanov” (Drama Desk Nominated) to “The Invested”
where her performance was declared “flamboyant” and “mind blowing”. A favorite on the Independent
Film circuit, (New York, L.A., Las Vegas, Moscow and Shanghai), she has also been featured in films
on HBO, Showtime and Starz! As well as several guest star roles in Law&Order, Lights Out, Eden, and
several day time dramas.
Kortney Barber's NYC credits include: “Uncle Vanya” at Strasberg Institute, “Rip VanWinkle” at St. Ann’s School, “Air Swimming” at Irish Rep, “And Then There Were None” with Waterwell Productions at PPAS, “Richard III” with Facing Page Productions "Bite the Apple" for NY International Fringe Festival with The Other Mirror, "Power Plays" at NYU Studio Tisch, "As You Like It" at Columbia University, "Point of Departure" with Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative. Some PDX credits include: "Hedwig and the Angry Inch", "Plaid Tidings" with Triangle Productions, "Tommy" with Live Onstage Productions. Associate Sound Designer credits: "Crazy Enough", "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at Portland Center Stage. Regional credits: “Animal Farm” with National Players.
Lee Sunday Evans
LEE SUNDAY EVANS is a director and choreographer. She is currently the Resident Director for CollaborationTown. Upcoming projects include The Caucasian Chalk Circle for the Waterwell Drama Program at the Professional Performing Arts School, and Help Me To Make It, a new play written by Boo Killebrew, Jordan Seavey, and Geo Decas, premiering in the 2013 Ice Factory Festival at The New Ohio Theater.
Directing credits include: God's Ear (The Juilliard School), The Deepest Play Ever: The Catharsis of Pathos (The New Ohio), The Big Fix (Brooklyn Arts Exchange), The Momentum (The Kraine, Laurie Beechman Theater, Emerging America's Festival, GLAAD Nomination, NYFringe Best Play), The Play About My Dad (59E59), The End of Life Project (Outside the Wire, Coatesville VA Medical Center), The Next Thing, Ways to Survive the World (Williamstown Theater Festival), How I Won the Campbell Prize (Triskelion Arts Center), The Drowned World (Studio 353), Full (The Tank), The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (The Lee Strasberg Theatre), Yellow-Eyed Creatures (Fordham University Playwrighting Division). Choreography credits include: The Deepest Play Ever: The Catharsis of Pathos (The New Ohio), Big Money, a new musical by Kyle Jarrow and Nathan Leigh (Williamstown Theater Festival), Collage Dance Company (Zero Arrow Theater), Godspell (Olney Theater Center), Trojan Women (Studio 353). As Associate Director to Young Jean Lee: Lear (Soho Rep), THE SHIPMENT (Wexner Center, The Kitchen), Church (Assistant Director, Under the Radar).
Lee has taught theater workshops in NYC Public schools, and is currently leading workshops on devised theater with the Waterwell Drama Program at PPAS. She has also led workshops in Arusha, Tanzania as a teaching artist with the International Theater & Literacy Program.
Lee is an inaugural recipient of the Archive Alliance Residency at The New Ohio & IRT Theater, along with the other members of CollaborationTown's Artistic Core. She was a 2011 recipient of a Brooklyn Arts Exchange space grant, and has participated in two LMCC residencies. Lee has trained with the SITI Company, and with members of the Paul Taylor and Jose Limon Dance Companies. New Georges Affiliated Artist, Lincoln Center Director’s Lab. BFA: Boston University.
Zoe Costello (Jenny) graduated Tisch School of the Arts with a drama award in 2009. Her credits include 'Saint Joan' (dir. Tea Alagic), 'Companions' and 'Moments' (dir. Andy Paris and Moises Kaufman) She wrote and performed a one-woman show "Everybody Dies But You." And she recently starred in an unintentionally hilarious commercial for a Danish dating website. She was dubbed.
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