Written by Craig Abernethy
Directed by Miriam Cuperman

Miriam Cuperman
, Director

Assistant Choreographer: Lord of the Rings; Choreographer, Dancer and Actor: Xena, Hercules, and Cleopatra (television); Director: Arte a la Carte musical theater productions; Choreographer: Evita, New Zealand tour; choreographer, dancer and talent coordinator:  Auckland Philharmonia’s “Let’s Tango,” conducted by Miguel Harth Bedoya.  In San Diego – Director: Britannicus; Assistant Director, Choreographer and Stage Manager: Searching for Mr. Right, Assistant Director: Hairdresser on Fire and Choreographer: Acts of Faith. She is thrilled to be part of this year’s New Perspective Festival.

Josh Hyatt
as Stanley

A transplant to San Diego from South Florida,  Josh enjoys both the film and theatrical mediums.   Formerly the Managing Artistic Director for Compass Theatre, he is an executive producer, director, actor, stage manager and theater manager. In San Diego has been seen in Searching for Mr. Right and Beyond Therapy. In addition to acting, Josh directed productions of Hairdresser on Fire, Searching for Mr. Right, The Fantasticks, Born Yesterday and Assassins and stage managed Steel Magnolias and Don’t Dress for Dinner.

Grace Delaney
as Moira

Grace has been in many San Diego Theatre productions and is delighted to be part of the New Perspective Festival.  Mainly being an actor in theatre, independent film and commercial, she also teaches dialects to actors. Many thanks to all who have supported me on my journey thus far, especially Brian, Lacey, Dave, Mary-Lou, Eric, Bob, Patty, Dale, NVA, and you, our wonderful audience, who are our soul reason for being here. Thank you!

Wishing you a night of fun and enjoyment at our work and creations.
"Go neiri an bothar leat" (Blessings to you)

Craig Abernethy, Playwright

Recent productions include “PeaceKeeper” at Seattle’s Stone Soup Theatre, and “That’s What I Love About Art” at the Changing Scene NW, Bremerton. Craig was named “Outstanding Playwright” in last summer’s Fritz Blitz for “State of the Art” and a full-length version will be produced in SD this fall.  See also:

Craig's plays That Day and Choices, Choices were seen in last year's festival.

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