Fine Can Be Fine

Written by Lizzie Silverman
Directed by Kevin Six




Kevin Six, Director

Kevin Six is the Playwright in Residence at Swedenborg Hall and the 2008 winner of Scripteasers’ Script Tease of Short Plays. His play The Cake Women was published in 2008 in Smith and Kraus’ The Best 10-Minute Plays of 2007.   Find out more at www.KevinSix.com

Kevin's short play No Problem was featured in the festival last summer.




Tony Beville as John

Tony is stoked to be a part of the New Perspective Festival for the second year in a row, after appearing in last year's Homage to Catatonia.  He was last seen on stage last year in Chronos Theatre's production of The Coffee Shop.  Other San Diego appearances include Ionesco's Bald Soprano, Kushner's Terminating, Simon's The Odd Couple, and numerous Fritz Blitz shows.  




Allison MacDonald
as Rose

Allison was last seen in the Scripps Ranch Theatre production of The Shadow Box, of which she had the pleasure of working with an amazing cast. Other credits include The Dining Room, Dracula (Aubrey Award Nomination), Isaac I Am, On Golden Pond, The Foreigner (Aubrey Award) and Scapino. Thanks to the cast of this fine, fine production and to everyone involved in making this festival happen.





Calandra Crane as Shelly

Calandra Crane is happy to be joining the New Perspective Festival for its second year.  [Calandra appeared in the festival last year in the piece Rocky Road, also directed by Sally Stockton].  Most recently, she portrayed Harper in the Palomar College production of Angels in America.  She thanks her friends and family for their support, especially Mom and Bud.  As always, much love for Josh and Elek.







Lizzie Silverman
, Playwright

Lizzie Silverman is studying Theatre and Psychology at the University of
California, San Diego. Her theatre credits include: The Shape of Things at
Ché Café (Director), Love Negotiated at Swedenborg Hall (Stage Manager),
and By the Seat of Our Pants at UCSD (Playwright). She is happy to be
returning to the New Perspective Festival for its second year.




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