Tigers Be Still
Stephanie Wright Thompson (Sherry)
Credits include: Mission Drift (The TEAM); Trade Practices (HERE Arts); The Bird and the Two-Ton Weight (EST); Habit (PS122); 1Rove (The Bushwick Starr); Samuel & Alasdair: A Personal History of the Robot War (New Ohio Theatre/Ars Nova/The Brick); The Tremendous Tremendous (The Brick); Woody Guthrie Dreams (Theatre for the New City); Another Part of the Forest (Peccadillo Theater); Michael and Edie (Greenpoint Division); Have You Seen Steve Steven? (13P); Girl’s Room (Queens Theatre in the Park); The Children (NYMF); Camino Real and Ivanov (Columbia Stages). Regional: Six Years and Neon Mirage (Humana Festival); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Christmas Carol, and Dracula (Actors Theatre of Louisville); tempOdyssey (New Jersey Rep.); Wallflower (Stages Rep.). She is Co-Artistic Director of The Mad One.
Sarah Nedwek (Grace)
Sarah recently appeared as Vanda in Venus in Fur at The Repertory Theatre of St.Louis. She has performed in numerous productions with Josh Fox’s International WOW Co., originated the role of Jane Fairfax in Michael Bloom’s adaptation of Emma and starred in the Journeyman Pictures production, Memorial Day. She originated the role of Natalie in the world premiere of, Fashionistas and appeared in Anne Coburn’s award winning comedic short, Pretty All the Time. Television appearances include All My Children and Bonnie Hood in Discovery ID's, My Dirty Little Secret. She is a proud graduate of The Cleveland Play House/Case Western Reserve MFA program. www.sarahnedwek.com
Juan Castano (Zack)
Credits include: TV:Blue Bloods(CBS); Alien Dawn (Nickelodeon); Elementary(CBS). Recent theater credits: Jesus hopped the 'A' train (Atlantic Stage 2); Minotaur (by Harrison David Rivers); La Nina que Moria a Cada Rato (NYC Spanish Rep).
Drew Moore (Joseph)
Drew has traveled a circuitous route to join the cast of Tigers Be Still which marks his New York stage debut. A native of Nashville, where he starred as Orlando in Nashville Shakespeare Festival's founding production of As You Like It, he studied theatre at Northwestern University and BADA, and worked extensively in theatre, film and TV in Nashville, Chicago and L.A. in the 80s and 90s. Last year he returned to acting after an extended hiatus, during which time he earned a Ph.D in Comparative Literature at CUNY, and held teaching posts in Classics and English at Brooklyn College and West Point. He has a spate of short films about to hit the festival circuit, most notably Uncommon Threads, an unflinching story about a Texas cowboy with a wounded soul who is hellbent on revenge.