MEET THE CAST OF DEVIL DOG SIX
Fengar Gael’s plays include Drink Me, The Spell Caster, The Usher’s Ball, Opaline, Beggar at the Feast, and The Island of No Tomorrows. Her plays have been developed and produced at the The New York Stage and Film Company, New Jersey Repertory, the Utah Shakespearean Festival, the Moxie Theatre, The Venus Theatre, The Kitchen Dog Theatre, The Rorschach Theatre, and in New York: The Resonance Theatre, MultiStages, CAP 21, Manhattan Theatre Works, and Playwrights Gallery. She is a recipient of the Craig Noel Award, the Playwrights First Award; commissions from South Coast Repertory, the National New Play Network; and a playwriting fellowship from the California Arts Council.
Ginger Grace* as Josslyn Tramore
Ginger Grace is delighted to be part of Devil Dog 6. Recent work:
Vieux Carre, Cat on A Hot Tin Roof (Austin Pendleton directing,
Mississippi Mud Productions); Doubt (WSCC, MI); Deborah Savadge’s The Favor (American Globe Festival Finalist), The First Ladies Coalition (written and performed by Ms. Grace, directed by Mr. Pendleton). Toured nationally in The Presidents opposite Rich Little, and has performed her production of The Belle of Amherst nationally since 2002. Off-Broadway and Regional: Classic Stage Co./CSC, the Pearl, Mother of Invention, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Greenwoods Theatre, East Lynne Company. Indiefilms: SHEER, The Trouble with Tuesdays, Wish You Were Here, and It’s All Relative. Member LPTW, Women Stage the World and Playwright’s Gallery.
Paul Nugent* as Doctor Maywood
New York: McGoldrick's Thread (80 St Marks),
Blood Dancing at Lunacy, Much Ado about
Nothing (Cell Theatre), The Field (Irish Repertory Theatre), Font of Knowledge, Something to Remember Me By (ArtHouse), How To Kill A Bear in 21 Minutes (Dixon Place), Arrah-na-Pogue (Storm Theatre),
Ladies & Gents (Irish Arts Center), Venus Observed (Boomerang), Blood Guilty (1st Irish Festival), The Jungle Fun Room (FringeNYC). Regional: The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Miracle Worker. Ireland: Paul is Co-Artistic Director of AboutFACE Ireland, for whom he has appeared in All in the Timing, Tape, Boy Gets Girl, The Laramie Project, The Glory of Living and Orson Welles' Christmas Carol. Creator and co-producer of the annual NEWvember New Plays Festival, held since 2011 in Tivoli, NY. TV: “Custer’s Last Stand-Up” (BBC). Training: Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin. Member of Actors Equity. www.paulnugent.net
Stephen Bradbury* as Bernard Tramore
Mr. Bradbury mostly does new plays
around the country.
*Actors Appearing courtesy of Actor's Equity
Meghan Garmany as Devon Tramore
Meghann was most recently seen in a reading of Martine Sainvil’s That Would Never Happen Here as part of The Playwright’s Gallery reading series produced by Katie McHugh. Other recent projects include The Laramie Cycle and modeling for Rachel Walter’s Undecillion. Prior to that, she was seen in Laura Pedersen’s Living Arrangements directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser and Deborah Savadge’s When Danny Comes Back for Us. Other favorites include Eurydice, Abingdon Square, and Alchemy of Desire/Dead Man’s Blues directed by Ashley Sparks. Meghann holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Virginia Tech. To learn more about upcoming projects or to subscribe to Meghann’s newsletter, visit www.MeghannGarmany.com.
Terrance Epps as Fonner/Devil Dog Six
Terrance Epps is a New York city based actor with talents ranging from dramatic to comedic roles. I have been performing professionally for the last eleven years. Projects include theatrical productions such as, Victims of the Zeitgeist, Jitney and Til Death do us Part, just to name a few. I've also done a host of films such as, Rivers Wash Over Me, Freeze and Across the Universe. I'm hoping to continue this wonderful journey as a performer. Under the careful tutor ledge of Mr. Ward Nixon, I have grown substantially as an artist and I'm looking forward to continuing that process. Thank you so kindly for supporting the arts, please continue the support.
Harrison Lee* as Inspector Laroche
Harrison Lee has a career of over 35 years including Broadway, film, television, and stages around the world working with such luminaries as George C. Wolfe, Patti Labelle, Geoffrey Holder, Yul Brynner, and Vinnette Carroll. He received rave reviews for his portrayals as the King in The King and I, Mr. Zero in Brutal Imagination, and in Jim Beckwourth (off-Broadway one-man-show). Formerly on the faculty of the Alvin Ailey school, he is also an award-winning champion in International Latin ballroom. Harrison hosted the 35th Anniversary Celebration of the world famous Village People for a week in Las Vegas and hosted and co-produced his own celebrity webcast, “NYVLive”. He co-starred with Tess Harper & Jay Thomas in the 1997 film “Dirty Laundry”. He recently choreographed & co-directed Fame: the Musical and co-director the original play Misty’s Blood.
Aaron Crosby—Costume Designer
Aaron attended the Fashion Institute of Technology. He specializes in costume design for theatre, dance, and film as well as fashion design and garment construction. He is excited to have joined the team on Devil Dog Six and looks forward to working with The Spiral Theatre in the future . He is currently working on Life Is A Dream at the Access Theatre. Past design credits include God Hates This Show at Here Arts Center and The Future of Fashion runway presentation. Select assisted works include Tales of Hollywood at the Guthrie, Chicago at The MUNY, and A Midsummer Night's Dream at Classic Stage Company. He lives and works in New York City. www.aaroncrosbydesign.com