Love Unrequited in Three Galleries: Evening (European Gallery)

Written by Kevin Six
Directed by Christopher Renda





Andy Boutelle
as Arthur

Andy is a co-founder of the Full Circle Theatre Company and was last seen as Uncle Adoph in their production of The Last Night of Ballyhoo.  A counselor with San Diego Unified, Andy enjoys helping his LJHS Drama Dept. where wife Ann is the instructor.  Big thanks to Chris for pulling me back in.








Kimberly Ford
as Annie
 
Kimberly  completed the Mesa College Theatre Company in 2007. During those years she played Rose in Four Walls, Professor Sebum/Draft Officer in The Transparency of Val, Big Mama in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Conchita in Anna in the Tropicsshe is a senior at SDSU in which I have played Mother in Hotel Cassiopeia, and Pilkington/Jessie in Animal Farm. she will be attending BADA in Oxford, England for their Midsummer in Oxford program.





Ryan Mirvis
as Martin
 
Hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Ryan began performing at a young age.  He started on a late night talk show and since has built a strong background in theater, film, and especially stand up comedy having headlined major clubs on both coasts and college campuses across the country.







Lizz Taylor
as Devon

Lizz works at Mesa College Theater Company as the Costume Technician, Asst.Director, and T.A. in the acting classes. Acting:The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler, Marisol by Jose Rivera at MCTC. Acted/Costume Designed: Mrs. Farnsworth by A.R. Gurney Ark Theater. Directed: Dangerous Corner- J.B. Priestly/View of the Bridge-Arthur Miller at Lamplighter’s.






Nestor Gabaldon
as Tony
 
Nestor is a graduate from the Mesa College Theatre Company. His past experience includes being cast in The Diviners by Jim Leonard Jr., Beyond Therapy by Christopher Durang and Suburbia by Eric Bogosian. He has also directed Painted Rain by Janet Allard and spent some time as a set shop foreman for the Mesa College Theatre Company.





Kevin Six, Playwright

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.






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