What's In Your Fridge?
What's In Your Fridge?
Is it love at first fridge?
Written by Jordan G. Teicher
Directed by Ran Xia, Featuring Featuring Marcus Crawford Guy, Gerrard James*, and Whitney St. Ours.
Additional music by Kenny Karen & Andrew Wangemann
(*Appearance Courtesy of Actor's Equity Association)
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Jordan G. Teicher is a writer living in Brooklyn. He has published articles about monster trucks, magicians, bagels, insult comics, and YouTube stoners. You can read him in The New York Times, The New Republic, The Guardian and other places you read stuff on the Internet. Now he writes plays. jordangteicher.weebly.com/
Marcus Crawford Guy (Actor / Chad Pepper) is an actor & teaching artist from Glasgow, Scotland with interest in mixed media work and making people laugh. Theatre: Midsummer (Stages on the Sound), Peter & the Wolf (BAM), Port Cities, NY (The Waterfront Museum) and Lost In Shanghai (Pan Asian Rep). Film & TV: I Lost My Wife, AMC's TURN: Washington's Spies and Mostly 4 Millenials. This summer, Marcus is serving as a fellow at the Refugee Youth Summer Academy - a partnership between the International Rescue Center and ASTEP. Website/Twitter & IG: www.marcuscrawfordguy.com / @mcrawfordguy
Gerrard James (Actor / Doug)* is a New York-based actor and was born in Seattle, WA. Most recently, he starred in the Off-Off-Broadway production of Beyond the Etchings at The Kraine Theater and made his Off-Broadway debut in Almost, Maine during the Actors Studio Drama School 2017 Repertory Season. His credits also include: Richard III, Funnyhouse of a Negro, and Exposure. Gerrard recently graduated with his M.F.A. from the Actors Studio Drama School in May 2017. He has also studied Shakespeare at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Whitney St. Ours (Actor / Jaclyn) is a Tennessee born, Baltimore raised, actor, host, and voice over artist. Fresh off playing Claire in The Nu.Ance Theatre Company's production of Proof, (critically hailed as "an absolute triumph") Whitney is elated to bring a new play to life alongside such a talented cast. Select NYC Theater credits: You Don't Matter (NYC Fringe), The Big Mistake (Greenhouse Ensemble), and Shane Bogus (Cherry Lane Studios). Additionally Whitney costars in the new comedic web series "Wine in Paper Cups"(featuring Wil Sylvince) released on the web this winter. She has produced her own content for the web and when not acting she can be found playing guitar in the all female band High Pony. A big fat thank you to wonder-woman Charlotte, for getting her here. www.whitneystours.com
Ran Xia (Director/Sound Design) is a playwright, director, sound/set designer, and visual artist. Exhibitions include Art Takes Times Square, Stories of the Creative (SEE.ME), Dacia Gallery (Times Square Arts Centre), Spiegel Me (Fountains Foundation, Chicago). Theatre credits include: HARMONY, De Profundis; The Enchanted Realm of Rene Magritte (On the writing team, Exquisite Corpse Company), Word Play (Dir. Florence LeBas), [AI] (An adaptation of Ayn Rand's Novella Anthem), Tabula Rasa; Wanda, Daisy, & the Great Rapture (Director; Exquisite Corpse Company), Baby Fat: Act I (AD, Columbia Stages & LA MAMA). Co Founder of The Arctic Group. Coming up Pomegrenade (IRT 3B Developmental series). Ran is super proud of her very first theatre festival! Huge thanks to all the artists involved. Shoutout to Charlotte, your tireless work has been an inspiration. And Florence your innocent typo triggered the whole shebang, and your constant support. We did it. Fridge Fest is no longer just a pipe dream! ranxia.info
Andrew Wangemann (Composer / What's In Your Fridge? Theme Song) is a Drummer and composer. He's a graduate of The Juilliard School (B.M. and M.M. in Jazz Studies: Drums). He recently released a CD, Baby Babble, which features many of his unique compositions and arrangements of folk tunes. Andrew received the 2016 Chuckii Booker Scholarship, an award from the BMI Foundation that recognizes excellence in jazz performance and composition. He also has a knack for writing witty lyrics and loves to create songs for kids and musical theatre.
(*indicates members of AEA)
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.