Autumn Breaud: (Understudy for Babs, Secretary, Nurse, Caller, Dispatcher) Chemist by day and performer by night, Autumn is over the moon to join Iron Crow Theatre for this run of The Well of Horniness. Autumn has sullied the stages and performance art spaces of Charm City for ten years, after defecting from small town Texas.
Andrea Bush: (Narrator) Andrea is thrilled to be in her first production with Iron Crow Theatre! From acting to scenic art to stage management and more, Andrea has been steeped in the theatre world since she was a small child. She has recently been seen in Rumors at Heritage Players, Public Affairs at Fells Point Corner Theatre, Curtains at Silhouette Stages, Deathtrap at Heritage Players, and the Baltimore premier of Nora and Delia Ephron's Love, Loss and What I Wore at Fells Point Corner Theatre. Favorite past roles include: Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Mme. Carlotta Poligny (Phantom of the Opera), and Her (Fallen Branches).
Katie Hileman: (Harold, Garnet, Man 1, Delivery Boy, Ranger) Katie is thrilled to be making her debut with Iron Crow Theatre! Most recently Katie has been seen in Heavy Hors D'oeuvres and Scab at The Interrobang Theatre Company, where she is Artistic Director, and in Las Meninas at RepStage and UMBC. She can also be seen in 'BFA: the web series'. Later this summer Katie will be participating in Baltimore's ParityFest 2015, and this fall she will be appearing in the world premiere of The Strand Theatre and Interrobang's co-production of Kerrmoor as a part of DC Women's Voices Theatre Festival and Charm City Fringe. Katie is a very proud B.F.A. Acting graduate from UMBC.
Kelly Hutchison: (Rod, Carl Sagan, Officer, Inmate C, Judge, Man 2). Kelly is a recent Towson University B.F.A. in Acting graduate. Kelly was most recently seen as Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde and as Lucy Porter in Hyacinth Girl by Leah Englund-Brick. This is Kelly's first Iron Crow Theatre production and her professional theatrical debut! "Great cast, great play, great time."
Maranda Kosten: (Babs, Secretary, Nurse, Caller, Dispatcher) Maranda is an actress and director who received her M.F.A. in Acting from the Actor’s Studio Drama School/New School for Drama in New York City. For over 20 years, Maranda has worked as an actor, director and teaching artist with children in many different capacities sharing her love of acting and the magic of theatre with them. Maranda is excited to return to the stage in this production after a few years respite to pop out a couple of babies, Tal (6) and Jonah (1), who, aside from their father and dog, are the loves of her life!
Chloe Mikala: (Woman/Louise, Waitress 1 & 2, Wine Steward, Deputy, Doctor, Blonde A & B, Inmate B) Chloe is beyond excited to be apart her first Iron Crow Theatre production! Graduating this coming May with a B.F.A. in Acting from Towson University, Chloe was just recently seen on Towson’s Mainstage as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest. After graduation Chloe will be moving into Baltimore City and will try and pursue an acting career. If all else fails, she would love to open up a Kitty Café…because why not cats with your coffee? A few stage credits include How I Learned to Drive (Female Greek Chorus) and The Colored Museum (LaWanda, Lala Lamazing Grace, Mama). All of the love and thanks to my family and friends who have supported and continue to support me on this crazy journey!
Elizabeth Scollan: (Vicki) Elizabeth has a B.F.A. in acting from Towson University. Recent roles include the titular characters in both Lysistrata at Towson University and Small Batch’s production of Lucretia Borgia; Ella in Towson University's Curse of the Starving Class and an ensemble member in Machinal. Elizabeth is a full time yoga instructor in Baltimore and is constantly in awe of the crossover between the art of making theater and the discipline of practicing yoga. She is glad to have both in her life. Elizabeth is thrilled to be working with Iron Crow Theatre for the first time!
Ann Turiano: (Georgette, Al Dente, Dinette, Sales Lady, Inmate A) Ann is an actor, director, dramaturge and, because she really loves a challenge, middle school drama teacher. She was last seen in the world premiere workshop production of The Dum Dums with Glass Mind Theatre where she is also the Resident Literary Manager. Ann has performed with Single Carrot Theater, Compass Rose Theater, and Center Stage. She received her B.A. in Acting from Point Park University and holds an M.A. in Advanced Theatre Practice from the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Later this summer, she'll be playing Prince Hal in an all-female version of Henry IV Part I with the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory.