VICTORIA BLANKENSHIP: FAYE
Victoria co-starred with Al Pacino in Why is a Crooked Letter and appeared with Rip Torn in Macbeth. She worked steadily, in the 60s and 70s, for Richard Barr, Clinton Wilder and Edward Albee at the Cherry Lane and on Broadway, and under the direction of Harold Clurman, Michael Kahn, Alan Schneider, Elaine May and Burt Shevelove. Now a proud grandmother, she returned to acting after a 30-year absence to originate the role of Faye on stage and screen. Since then, she has appeared in the English-language premiere of Mr. Bengt's Wife for the Strindberg Rep and in a staged reading of Too Clever by Half at Red Bull Theater.
MARTINE MOORE: SOPHIE
Martine most recently appeared in the play Men in White at The Seeing Place Theater in NYC. Before moving to New York she lived in Chicago where she worked at the Goodman Theatre, the Halcyon Theater, the Collaboration Theatre and the Redmoon Theatre. She has appeared in the films I am a Rocket Scientist and Night of the Magician through Screen Door Productions, and in the HBO GO original series “Single Long.” A proud co-creator of the webseries “Ingenue.” martineaverymoore.com
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