CAST CHRISTOPHER GEARY (BOUNCER, ENSEMBLE) is making his Yale Rep debut. He is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he was seen in Peter Pan, The Visit, and Sagittarius Ponderosa. His other credits include The Small Things, We Know Edie La Minx Had a Gun (Yale Cabaret); The Cat and the Canary (Berkshire Theatre Group); Losing Tom Pecinka (HERE Arts); and Elephant in the Room (New York International Fringe Festival). Christopher received his BA in theatre performance from Fordham College at Lincoln Center. He is a graduate of the Walnut Hill School for the Arts and has also studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
BRAD HEBERLEE* (MR. URGES, ENSEMBLE) most recently appeared at Actors Theatre of Louisville in Noises Off. His other credits include This Beautiful City (Vineyard Theatre, Center Theatre Group, The Studio Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Civilians); Figaro, The Bald Soprano (The Pearl Theatre Company); The Thugs (Soho Rep); Dada Woof Papa Hot (Atlantic Theater Company); (I am) Nobody’s Lunch (59E59/The Civilians); The Sweetest Swing in Baseball (Denver Center Theatre Company); 36 Views (Huntington Theatre Company); Hay Fever (Center Stage); In the Next Room, or the vibrator play and The Pitmen Painters (Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre); Frost/Nixon (Arkansas Rep); I Am My Own Wife (Weston Playhouse); A Thousand Clowns (Two River Theater Company); Amadeus (Syracuse Stage, Virginia Stage, Geva Theatre Center); Man Is Man directed by Jackson Gay (Prospect Theater Company); and Serious Money (Yale Rep). Film and television credits include Loitering With Intent, Person of Interest, and Unforgettable. Mr. Heberlee is a proud graduate of Yale School of Drama.
ANTHONY MANNA* (MR. COAL, ENSEMBLE) is making his fourth appearance at Yale Rep. He was previously seen in Black Snow directed by Evan Yionoulis, The Taming of the Shrew directed by Mark Lamos, and You Never Can Tell, directed by Stan Wojewodski, Jr. In New York, after appearing in a revival of John Patrick’s The Hasty Heart at the Keen Company, he went on to appear in classics like Timon of Athens at The Public Theater, Othello at New York Shakespeare Exchange, and Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare NYC. New works include Mangella with Project: Theatre, Fucking Ibsen Takes Time at the New York International Fringe Festival, Girls Just Wanna Have Fund$ with the Women’s Project, and Mickey Mouse Is Dead, which had its New York premiere at 59E59 Theatre before moving to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Mr. Manna is a graduate of Yale School of Drama, Class of 2004.
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