Pick a 2013 Source Festival Artist by Last Name
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Adrienne Armstrong, LAKE UNTERSEE, Phyllis
Adrienne has most enjoyed working with Theatre Alliance, Catalyst Theatre, Dublin's Performance Corporation, Folger Theater, Theatre J, and the Kennedy Center; for more info go to adrienne-nelson.com
Josh Adams, SUPPLICATION and WITH HER OLD BOYFRIEND THERE WERE PATTERNS, Actor
Josh is an actor.
Bru Ajueyitsi, LOST IN THOUGHT, Actor
Bru firmly believes that most people underestimate the power of imagination.
Chris Aldrich, CAKE and BACK STOCK, Actor
Chris has a bio, therefore he is.
Eric Appleton, RETURN OF THE LIVING, Playwright
Eric teaches scenic and lighting design in Whitewater, WI, but lives in Madison, and is a proud Chicago native.
Alex Badalov, FIRST STOP: NIAGARA FALLS, Actor
Alex is trying hard to make this acting thing work.
Jennifer Barclay, MINUS YOU, Playwright
Jennifer is an actor-turned-playwright whose plays have been produced nationally and internationally, and she is thrilled to be joining the performance faculty at the University of Maryland this fall.
Megan Behm, MINUS YOU and EDWARD CULLEN RUINED MY MOTHER’S LOVE LIFE, Director
Megan is a DC-based (since birth) director, actor, and teaching artist.
Mia Branco, A UNICORN ON 7TH AND NICOLLET, Actor
Mia is a) a local actor who has worked with theatres such as Constellation Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, and Fringe Festival b) Kevin Spacey's date for prom 2013 c) looking forward to her 3rd Source Festival! d) all of the above.
Jami Brandli, BACK STOCK, Playwright
Jami is a dramatist who plays the ukulele when she has trouble navigating a script.
Zach Brewster-Geisz, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Theodore Sunderson
Zach last appeared on the Source stage in 1998, and he hopes it doesn't take him another 15 years to come back.
Alex Broun, 50 GUNS, Playwright
Australian born, now LA based playwright, Alex is a specialist in ten-minute plays but also works in the longer form.
Kathryn Chase Bryer, WITH HER OLD BOYFRIEND THERE WERE PATTERNS, Director
Kate is the Associate Artistic Director of Imagination Stage where she will be directing PETER AND WENDY for summer 2013.
Renee Calarco, FIRST STOP: NIAGARA FALLS, Playwright
Renee is a DC-area playwright who drinks entirely too much coffee.
Amie Cazel, CAKE and BACK STOCK, Actor
Amie appreciates brevity.
Grant Cloyd, THE RETURN OF THE LIVING and PAS DE DEUX FOR A MICROWAVE NIGHT, Actor
Grant is a 2nd year MFA candidate at CUA and has previously performed with numerous companies around the DC area including Rep Stage, American Century Theatre, and 1st Stage.
Kathleen Cole Burke, PIONEERS, Actor
Kathleen is an actress and playwright from Alamo, CA happy to be making her DC debut at Source.
Alina Collins-Maldonado, RIOT GRRRL REUNION and MAN IN THE POWDER BLUE SUIT, Actor
Alina is actually not being sarcastic when she says she's happy to have just graduated with degrees in Theatre and Women's Studies
Jonathan Cook, REFLECTIONS, Playwright
Jonathan is only a myth and nothing more.
Kathryn Coughlin, LAKE UNTERSEE, Dramaturg and Assistant Producer
Kathryn likes to write plays, read plays, develop plays, and play with puppies.
Natalie Cutcher, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Norma Baxter
Natalie is proud to return to the Source Festival; she has previously collaborated with Faction of Fools, Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage Festival, The Inkwell, Washington Rogues, Arts Alive, Empty Chair Theatre Co., and others but is mostly thrilled to continue exploring DC's vibrant theatre scene.
Lianna DeBor, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Rehearsal Stage Manager
Lianna is thrilled to be a college graduate and doing theatre in the real world.
Charles Patrick Derrickson, Production Intern
Patrick is a Drama and Philosophy Major at Washington College.
Joshua Dick, REFLECTIONS, Actor
Joshua acts, sings, dances, writes, and dominates as Pikachu in Super Smash Bros.
Darin J Dunston, RIOT GRRRL REUNION, Playwright
Darin was raised in Oakton, VA, was educated at NYU, and now calls the somewhat absurd suburbs of Philadelphia his home, where he writes plays and performs for his kids and their pets.
Emily Edmond, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Dramaturg and Assistant Producer
Emily is definitely a pie person.
Kyle Encinas, A FRONTIER AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Barker
Kyle is a fight choreographer, actor, and 25 year-old man child currently residing in DC.
Darius T. Epps, RIOT GRRRL REUNION and THE MAN IN THE POWDER-BLUE SUIT, Actor
Darius has performed professionally throughout the DC metro and Virginia area, and recently could be seen in "Hemispheric Dysfunctionalism and the Cortical Titanic".
Jim Epstein, SUPPLICATION, Actor
Jim has been looking for “somewhere warm” his whole life.
Maggie Erwin, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Feola
Maggie (who suffers from Peter Pan Syndrome) couldn’t be happier to enter into this awfully big adventure with such a magical group of Frontierers!
Ana Patricia Farfan, MOMENTUM, INTERRUPTED, Collaborator
Ana is a Mexican independent artist currently based in DC.
Sarah Ferris, FIRST STOP: NIAGARA FALLS, Actor
Sarah is originally from D.C. and loves fall, men’s deodorant, competitive putt-putt, M&M waffles, being big spoon, sunflowers, voting, her ukulele, British accents, and Cracker Barrel.
Ethan Foote, FOX CRIED, Collaborator
Ethan is a musician and composer based in Washington, D.C. who hangs around theater types.
Renana Fox, THE MAN IN THE POWDER-BLUE SUIT and RIOT GRRRL REUNION, Director
Renana is a local director, performer and educator with small feet who plans to fill some big shoes.
Kita Grayson, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Orsay
Kita is a sophomore Musical Theatre Major at Howard University who is excited and enthralled to be spending her summer in hot, sweaty DC with the wondrous people she's met while gearing up for the Source Festival.
Theo Hadjimichael, RIOT GRRRL REUNION and LOST IN THOUGHT, Actor
Theo is a NASA geek by day, actor guy by night.
Molly Hagan, PIONEERS, Playwright
Molly is a playwright from Ohio who lives in New York City.
Dexter Hamlett, REFLECTIONS and FROSTY: A TRAGEDY WITH SEXY BITS, Actor
Dexter is a corner in a round room.
James Hesla, Literary Manager
James went to kindergarten, he knows how the alphabet works.
Jessica Huang, A UNICORN ON 7TH AND NICOLETT, Playwright
Jessica is a multiracial Minneapolis resident — writes plays constantly and is always thrilled to see them performed (like at the Unit Collective’s Madness, a program and company that she co-founded with seven others; at 2g’s Free Range Festival in New York; and at the Minnesota Fringe Festival).
Elisheba Ittoop, 10-Minute Plays, Sound Designer
Elisheba has every 5 year-old's dream job, and makes noise for a living, which is pretty freakin' rad.
Anna Jackson, THE RETURN OF THE LIVING, Actor
Anna is thrilled to be "living" and performing in her first Source Festival!
Genevieve James, RIOT GRRRL REUNION and MAN IN THE POWDER-BLUE SUIT, Actor
Genevieve is best known for her red poodle, Fionn McCool, who she refers to without bias as "the cutest dog ever."
Jacob Janssen, SUPPLICATION and STRANGERS ON A TRAIN, Director
Jacob has lived and directed in many locales, this being the latest.
Quynn Johnson, UNCLE CORY’S SECRET PLAYTIME, Collaborator
Quynn is nicknamed the Sole ReBelle, is a performing artist and children's author that strives to push the limits of her artistry with each performance.
Jessie Jordan, RIOT GRRL REUNION and MAN IN THE POWDER-BLUE SUIT, Actor
Jessie would like to commit the crime of public nudity, but has not figured out when or where to do it.
Jess Jung, Associate Producer
Jess is a six feet tall producer-director-teaching artist of steel that recently got hitched.
Andrew Keller, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Bob Martindale
Andrew is new to DC, and is loving every moment while it lasts.
Emily Kester, FIRST STOP: NIAGARA FALLS, Actor
Emily wears stranger’s shoes...bowling, of course.
Kelley Kidd, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Costume Designer
Kelley is a recent graduate of Georgetown University from Tennessee, is excited and terrified to be entering the real world (and the theatrical one), and enormously grateful to be doing so with Source.
Sherry Kramer, CAKE, Playwright
Sherry writes and teaches in Vermont, Iowa, and Austin, TX.
Veronica J. Lancaster, Full-Length Plays, Sound Designer
Veronica is a sound designer by night and an ATD by day; teaching the next generation of theater people how to keep their fingers while using the table saw, and how to sound good while doing it.
Karen Lange, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Kitty Sunderson
Karen is an actor, singer, improviser, and theatre company owner - which means she is always happy & always tired.
Anna Lathrop, FIRST STOP: NIAGARA FALLS, Actor
Anna is excited for her debut at Source Festival.
Alex Leidy, Literary Intern
Alex is a DC-based dramaturg, writer, and musician with a penchant for long words and sweaters.
Steve Lewis, PAS DE DEUX FOR A MIRCROWAVE NIGHT, Playwright
Steve mixes metaphors like a DJ spins pizza.
Lee Liebeskind, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY A FRONTIER, Director
Lee still believes in magic and hopes that will never change.
Christopher Lockheardt, LOST IN THOUGHT, Playwright
Christopher generally listens to his iPod while washing his dishes, to avoid this sort of thing.
Linda Lombardi, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Director
Linda is a director, dramaturg, artist/activist — Nolite te bastardes carborundorum.
Mark Ludwick, LAKE UNTERSEE, Jason
Mark is a government economist and a dog owner.
Dana Maas, PAS DE DEUX FOR A MICROWAVE NIGHT, Actor
Dana is from McLean, Virginia and has performed in several productions in the DC Area. She is thrilled to be making her Source Festival Debut!
Joni Martin, 10-Minute Plays, Costume Designer
Joni has yet to figure out how to combine the arts of sewing, unicycling, and hula hooping, so for now she’s just sticking with costumes.
Carol Lampman McCaffrey, EDWARD CULLEN RUINED MY MOTHER’S LOVE LIFE, Actor
Carol was born performing, then got incredibly self-conscious, incubated for 20-some years, then found her voice and launched into plays, films, and other such things around DMV- proving what George Elliot said is true: “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”
Scott McCormick, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Nafts
Scott has been a fixture of the DC stage since his early days as a faucet.
Kiernan McGowan, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Jim
Kiernan is trying way too hard to be completely honest.
Kelsey Mesa, REFELECTIONS and FROSTY: A CHILLY TRAGEDY WITH SEXY BITS, Director
Kelsey, a native South Floridian and Northwestern University graduate, learned to love theatre as a 4th grade playwright, but soon turned to directing when she realized she could boss people around.
Ali Miller, 50 GUNS and LOST IN THOUGHT, Director
Ali once co-created a play ambitiously titled How to Be a Human.
Brandon Mitchell, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN and SUPPLICATION, Actor
Brandon is relieved that the zombie apocalypse has not happened, and that the Mayan calendar ended without incident to allow him to appear in the Source festival again!
Maureen Monterubio, CAKE, BACKSTOCK, and A UNICORN ON 7TH AND NICOLLET, Director
Maureen is a DC based director, co-founder of The Horn Project, amateur runner and self proclaimed foodie.
Megan Mueller, MOMENTUM, INTERRUPTED, Collaborator
Megan is a visual artist whose studio practice investigates play, instinct, and momentum.
Peg Nichols, SUPPLICATION, Actor
Peg is a professional actor, writer and advocate for people with disabilities.
Jill Nienhiser, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Barbara Grant
Jill loves coffee, is always reading about six books, and likes getting up at 5:30 in the morning to bike.
Jack Novak, FOX CRIED, Collaborator
Jack is an actor, playwright, teacher, and mime, recently transplanted to DC from Chicago.
Cory Oberndorfer, UNCLE CORY’S SECRET PLAYTIME, Collaborator
Cory is a painter obsessed with candy and treats, Uncle Cory will make you question the innocence of your childhood.
Julia O'Connor, Lighting Intern
Julia is the Light of the world and the Light of this festival.
Liz Osborn, LAKE UNTERSEE, Gale
Liz is a lawyer, doctor, philanthropist, and inventor...when she plays one for a part.
Jim Osteen, THE RETURN OF THE LIVING, Actor
Jim is the product of his Southern roots, strict upbringing, years of hard work, and an excellent therapist, but his warm smile is most evident while enjoying that second martini with good friends.
Andrea Paz Fanta, Props Intern
Andrea moved to the USA five years ago, and since then, has been passionate about making theatre.
Alex Perez, PAS DE DEUX FOR A MICROWAVE NIGHT, Actor
Alex is a Comedic Character Actor who has performed onstage and on film locally in D.C. and all along the East Coast.
Eric Pfeffinger, WITH HER OLD BOYFRIEND THERE WERE PATTERNS, Playwright
Eric writes a bunch of stuff whether you want him to or not.
Angela Pirko, UNCLE CORY’S SECRET PLAYTIME, Collaborator
Angela is a director, actor, and bardolator, who has worked in DC since 2011 and is cheerfully hoping to conquer it before too much longer.
Jason Gray Platt, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Playwright
Jason is a Phoenician (as in Arizona) playwright who now lives in New York and was the original inspiration for Julia Roberts's role in "Pretty Woman."
Ruthie Rado, RIOT GRRRL REUNION and MAN IN THE POWEDER BLUE SUIT, Actor
Ruthie is a rising junior at George Mason University who enjoys dance parties and the color green.
Lynette Rathnam, REFELCTIONS and FROSTY: A CHILLY TRAGEDY WITH SEXY BITS, Actor
Lynette is an actor/singer/sorcerer who performs all over town, loves Shakespeare, Neil Young, midnight popcorn binges, whiskey and true romance.
Jane Claire Remick, FOX CRIED, Collaborator
Jane is a scavenger of cultural artifacts from antiquity, the near-present, and future.
Meredith Richard, MINUS YOU and EDWARD CULLEN RUINED MY MOTHER’S LOVE LIFE, Actor
Meredith is a fun, footloose lady who does this thing we call acting.
David Mitchell Robinson, SUPPLICATION, Playwright
David is just doing this playwriting thing until he can save up enough money to pursue his dream of becoming an accountant.
Peter J. Roth, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN, Playwright
Peter is a Clevelander. Come visit him; he has a pierogie for you.
Kathryn M. Ryan, 50 GUNS and LOST IN THOUGHT, Actor
Katie is thrilled to be a part of Source this year and would like to thank her family for braving the heat and making the trek to DC!
Joel David Santner, PIONEERS, RETURN OF THE LIVING, and PAS DE DEUX FOR A MICROWAVE NIGHT, Director
Joel moved to DC to attend graduate school at the Academy for Classical Acting and has worked with numerous theatre companies including Faction of Fools as an Associate Artist and with Taffety Punk where he is a company member.
Ryan Sellers, A FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Miller
Ryan plans to take over the world.
Debra Kim Sivigny, Full-Length Plays, Set Designer
Deb sometimes masquerades as a scenic designer.
Jeremy Skidmore, FIRST STOP: NIAGARA FALLS, Director
Jeremy is a freelance director, former artistic director, former talent agent, and former adolescent.
Stephen Spotswood, THE MAN IN THE POWDER-BLUE SUIT, Playwright
Stephen revels in the godlike power of making people say his words in front of other people.
Adi Stein, MOMENTUM, INTERRUPTED, Collaborator
Adi is a writer, director, and actor currently residing in DC and trying to solve the mysteries of the universe using only his mind and Google.
Christian Sullivan, EDWARD CULLEN RUINED MY MOTHER’S LOVE LIFE and MINUS YOU, Actor
Christian just wants to play Mario Kart 64 with you and take it slow.
Logan Sutherland, PIONEERS and PAS DE DEUX FOR A MICROWAVE NIGHT, Actor
Logan is a recent graduate of American University and is thankful for any opportunity to prove his degree in Musical Theatre was totally worth it.
Frank W. Turner, A UNICORN ON 7TH AND NICOLLETT and CAKE, Actor
Frank is new to acting and enjoys it considerably as he feels better about himself after performing (or he doesn't and beats himself up for days).
John Tweel, THE MAN IN THE POWDER-BLUE SUIT, Actor
John makes his debut in powder blue haberdashery.
Joe Waechter, LAKE UNTERSEE, Playwright
Joe will write you a love letter, and it will look like a play.
Stephanie Alison Walker, EDWARD CULLEN RUINED MY MOTHER’S LOVE LIFE, Playwright
Stephanie is a Chicago-born and L.A. based blogger, playwright, author of the book "Love in the Time of Foreclosure," mommy, wifey and self-described life adventurer, which basically means that she's too lazy to plan anything out in advance so every day is a surprise.
Joseph R. Walls, LAKE UNTERSEE, Lighting Designer
Laura Wood, PERFECT ARRANGEMENT, Rehearsal Stage Manager
Laura is a recent GW graduate, who still looks like she’s twelve (tops).
Aaron Yost, FRONTIER, AS TOLD BY THE FRONTIER, Dramaturg and Assistant Producer
Producer of things theatrical, for better or worse.
Amanda Zeitler, LAKE UNTERSEE, Rehearsal Stage Manager
Amanda is a starving, young playwright/grad student/stage-manager extraordinaire who believes above all things that too much sanity is madness and men can change their stars.
*Creative Communities Fund Grantee