England’s most relentless playwright spins a yarn of violence, desperation and hope amidst the cobblestone backstreets of a very modern city.
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Caitlin Wells as Andrea
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR.
Staci Sabarsky is thrilled to be directing Dark Vanilla Jungle with Burning Coal. Favorite directing credits include: The Odd Couple, Seussical Jr., The Rainmaker, Guys & Dolls Jr., and Puss in Boots. Staci earned her degree in Dramatic Arts from UNC. For the past five years she has shared her love of performance with her middle school students at Duke School. She also enjoys performing on stage in local productions and singing with The Moonlighters Orchestra. Favorite roles include: Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire (The Gilbert Theater), Maureen in Rent (The Gilbert Theater), Debra in The Smell of the Kill (Temple Theater), Nancy in Frozen (REP), Belinda/Flavia in Noises Off (TIP), and Diana in Lend Me a Tenor (RLT).
ABOUT THE PERFORMER
Caitlin Wells was raised in Raleigh and has lived in Minnesota, Brazil, and Spain. Recent credits include: And the Ass Saw the Angel, hmlt, Tarantino’s Yellow Speedo, The Man Who Was Thursday (Little Green Pig); Love and Information, Mac, Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (Delta Boys); Amadeus (Leviathan); Measure Back (Duke Performances/Christopher McElroen & T. Ryder Smith); Nadia (preposterous pictures). Caitlin is also a producer with Delta Boys Theater Company, and designed costumes for Little Green Pig’s Celebration and Prank Film/preposterous picture’s film Nadia.
Estimated run time: 1.5 hours.