Rock, Paper, Scissors


Rock, Paper, Scissors

Under a deluge of consumption, Rock, paper, and scissors attempt to come to a decision. 


Show Block A - Thu 8/31 7pmSat 9/2 9pmWed 9/6 7pmFri 9/8 9pm

Written & Directed by Suzanne Willett

Featuring Emily Rahm, Pamela Karp, and Anna Cain Bianco


Suzanne Willett (Playwright) (Director)

Suzanne’s play, Obessiah, was a finalist in the 2014 Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Theatre Conference. NY Productions include: Fall Pieces, a collection of experimental shorts (Dixon Place 2015); Tompkins ’88, a play about the Tompkins Square Part Riot in 1988 (Metropolitan Playhouse 2015); and Robert McIntyre, a man’s struggle with his paralyzed hand (Manhattan Rep 2014). Full productions include: Red Pepper (2011), a play about the 1950 Florida Senate campaign; and Maria’s Song (2008) a musical drama about immigration. Her solo show, The Feminazi, premiered in March 2005 and enjoyed a four-month Off-Broadway run. Suzanne’s first show, Pain: So Funny It Hurts debuted in January 2003, garnering four stars in the Edmonton Fringe Festival. She received her MFA in Playwriting from Hollins University and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

Emily Rahm (Scissors)

Emily moved to New York from Dallas in March of this year. Since arriving, she has appeared in several staged readings, and appeared in the EstroGenius Festival as Tara in By Any Other Name. She is thrilled to be part of the Fridge Fest, and she hopes you enjoy it as much as she is! Special thanks to husband, Kendall Whitman, who never gives up, and to her friends and family for all their love and support.

Pamela Karp (Paper)

Favorite roles include math genius Thomasina Coverly, Arcadia (Harold Award winner, Best Actress); serial killer Rena, The Wheatfield (Soho Rep); plucky Gilbert Greyson (title role, PS. 122); and quirky scientist, Calabi Yau, a comedy about string theory (HERE Arts). Film: Gwen Waters, Midnight Mass (LionsGate). Artist in residence MMW+C. BFA: NYU

Anna Cain Bianco (Rock)

New York City based actor and teacher. Recent credits include shows at Dixon Place, WOW Cafe Theater, and the Secret Theater. For more info and the freakier headshots check out

Chanel Byas (Stage Manager)

Chanel is a graduate of the SUNY at Purchase Bachelors of Arts Theatre program. Her stage manager credits include Funnyhouse of a Negro, Mud, Equus, and A Doll’s House. She just recently served at stage manager in the Ladyfest Theatre Festival as a part of the crew of The Great Dismal Swamp.

Bianca Obi (Light/Sound Designer)

A native of NYC, Bianca Obi obtained her BFA in Graphic Design from Colby-Sawyer College, with minors in Media Studies and Creative Writing in May of 2017. She is a process-driven designer whose work boldly explores culture, ethics, and social justice. During her time at Colby-Sawyer, she worked as a Stage Manager and Theater Technician on a multitude of theatrical and dance performances including Orlando, Almost, Maine, and Heather’s: The Musical.


Managing Artistic Director, Press Liaison

Managing Artistic Director, Graphic Designer, Tech Liaison

Production Director, House Manager

Associate Producer, House Manager

Associate Producer, Social Media Guru

WILL JENNINGS (Tech Director) is a production manager and tech director working in New York.  Recent productions include Butterfly (Heartbeat Opera), Carmen (Heartbeat Opera), Hunger Artist (The Tank), Streepshow (The Tank), and Mother of Invention (Abingdon Theatre Company).  Will is the Managing Director of Critical Point Theatre and the Assistant Technical Director at Columbia.