|Bill/Creepy Caller/Officer||James Cichocki|
|Nurse Latex/Officer 2||Nicholas Lama|
Daniel Greer (actor)
Mr. Greer is an actor from Orchard Park, NY. Mr. Greer has performed at Theatre of Youth (Winnie the Pooh: House at Pooh Corner, Tuck Everlasting), Kavinoky Theatre (The Crucible) Shakespeare in Delaware Park (Henry V, Twelfth Night, King Lear,) Paul Robeson Theatre (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Sidewalk Stageplay) as well as various productions with Rocking Horse Productions, Desiderio’s Dinner Theater, Lancaster Regional Players, Ujima and Kaleidoscope Theatre Productions.
Jaimee Harmon (actor)
Ms. Harmon is a senior studying Performance in UB’s Department of Theatre and Dance. Credits include Lady Windermere’s Fan (Lady Plymdale) with ICTC; Hamlet (Horatio), Men On Boats (Hawkins), Graceland/Asleep On The Wind (Rootie) at UB; and Love’s Labours Lost (Princess), Romeo and Juliet (Tybalt) with Make Trouble Ensemble in North Carolina. Ms. Harmon last appeared at Alleyway Theatre in Buffalo Quickies 2019.
Betsy Bittar (actor)
Ms. Bittar is an actor, costumer, and director. New Phoenix roles include Madame Parole, My Three Angels, Peg, Kalamazoo, Blue Fairy, Pinnochio, Mrs. Chumley, Harvey, Beatrice, Effect of Gamma Rays, Maureen, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, and roles in Inherit the Wind, Alice, and Joe Egg. Work at Subversive Theatre includes You Can’t Get a Decent Margarita in the North Pole, Hairy Ape, Drop Hammer, and at the Alleyway in the one-woman show Becca and Heidi and A Question of Color. Ms. Bittar directed Way Back When at the New Phoenix, Candid Conversations, and Art with the Carriage House Players.
James Cichocki (actor)
Mr. Cichocki is known to Alleyway audiences for his roles in A Christmas Carol, Killer Rack, I’m Fine, Philosophus, and Speak No Evil, as well as co-directing Buffalo Quickies 2018 and costume designing Buffalo Quickies 2017 (Artie Award nominee), Buffalo Quickies 2018 (Broadway World Award nominee), Buffalo Quickies 2019, and Beginning Again (Broadway World Award nominee). Other acting credits include: Moonchildren (Sanford Meisner Theatre, NYC), Panto Goldilocks (Stages Repertory Theater, Houston), Talley’s Folly (Red Thread Theatre), and Much Ado about Nothing (Shakespeare in Delaware Park). Mr. Cichocki holds an MLA in Art History from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, with a primary focus on the religious art of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Jamie Nablo (actor)
Ms. Nablo holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Niagara University. She has worked with Irish Classical, MusicalFare, The Kavinoky Theatre, Shakespeare in Delaware Park, New Phoenix Theatre, O’Connell & Company, Buffalo United Artists, Brazen-Faced Varlets, Subversive, Lancaster Opera House, ART/WNY, Torn Space, Jewish Repertory Theatre, Desiderio’s Dinner Theatre, Buffalo Chrysalis Theatre Company, The Francis Bacon Experiment and Theater Jugend. She was part of the Artie Award winning ensemble of Subversive Theatre’s One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.