David Bosley, Baltimore native, and current L.A. resident, looks for Baltimore stories that do not necessarily involve drugs or a gun. David Simon has covered that better than anyone could expect.
"I don't remember exactly when I came up with the idea, but I wonder what a conversation between these two powerful women, with outwardly nothing in common, would have been like." After much research, help from some royal-obsessed friends, and pages and pages of dialogue, this is the end result.
Very special "thank you's" to Sascha Wohlhandler, Irene Leizer and Marie Gullard, for their help in turning this piece into something one might be interested in seeing. Many, many thanks as well to my unmatched support circle of friends, mentors and supporters of all kinds.
"Ezra Buzzington (AKA Jonathan Harris) is the Founder of the first Fringe Festival in the United States (Seattle), one of the original 3 founders of the New York International Fringe Festival (with John Clancy and Aaron Beall) is a stage/film and television actor who has appeared in over 60 films and dozens of television shows. He’s worked with some of the industry’s finest directors from David Fincher, Christopher Nolan and Clint Eastwood to Alexandre Aja, Bruce LaBruce and Rob Zombie. He appeared in the Oscar-winning “The Artist” directed by Michel Hazanavicius and has been called the “Dennis Hopper of underground cinema”. He recurred as Oswald Eisengrim – henchman to John Malkovitch’s Blackbeard – the NBC series “Crossbones”, on ABC’s “The Middle”, “Counterpart” on Starz and, most recently, on DC Universe/WBTV’s “Doom Patrol."
Blaire Chandler made her last Fringe appearance as Big Mama in the multi-lauded Theatre of Note/TMB production of Hot Cat. Blaire is the winner of multiple drama critics’ awards across the country, and has appeared on stage in Los Angeles at The Road, Theatre of Note, Chalk Rep, and The Actors’ Gang. Regional Theatre: Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Santa Cruz Shakespeare. Off Broadway: The Public Theatre. Television: Paramount mini-series Waco, and CBS’ Criminal Minds. Twitter: @blairezdoodle.
Alli Miller is from Hoosier land with a BA in musical theatre from Ball State University. She runs Cherry Poppins (www.cherrypoppinsproductions.com and @cherrypoppinsla) with her partner Sarah Haworth and you’ve probably seen her in productions at Three Clubs, El Cid, Sacred Fools or Celebration this last season. Follow her comedy, writing, and showgirl antics at @lilistbyr
Krista Conti is thrilled to be performing again at the HFF. She played beauty #1 in ANDY: The Red-Nosed Warhola directed by Ezra Buzzington at the 2017 HFF. Additionally at HFF 2017, she produced and performed in Frankenstud, which had won best play at INK Fest earlier that year. She was a proud member of Theatre of NOTE for over 10 years. NOTE productions include: Eat the Runt, Food For Fish and Rio Hondo to name a few. Krista performed the role of Jackie in Inhale Exhale at the 2019 INK Fest. She can also be seen in the short film Almost Diverse at the 2019 Playhouse West Film Festival. (https://vimeo.com/278766863)
Byron Batista’s work has been seen in productions from the Celebration Theatre to the Hollywood Bowl. www.WigsByByron.com
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