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VIRTUAL PROGRAM

The Wayward Artist Presents

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Written by Jarid McCarthy

Directed by Aung Khine Min

Place

A city on fire: government office, a shelter, a short-term apartment. But also, always: the bank of the river of the dead.

Time

The night after. A few hours later. A few weeks later.

This Production runs without intermission.

Studio Wayward is a laboratory space in support of our resident artists to develop new work and passion projects.  Anything goes in Studio Wayward.  It's the place our company finds creative freedom to explore the limits of our imagination.  Our mission is to produce wayward work: works that are new, works with an edge, works reimagined.  Studio Wayward is the room where it happens!

Production Team

Aung Khine Min  DIRECTOR

Craig Tyrl  ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Craig Holland  MANAGING DIRECTOR

Sydney Fitzgerald  PRODUCTION MANAGER

Brittany Pereyda  STAGE MANAGER

Alecia Bennett  LIGHTING DESIGNER

Scott Garner  SOUND DESIGN CONSULTANT

Jarid McCarthy  SOUND DESIGNER

Cast

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Alice Rogers

Millie

Alice Rogers graduated from California State University, Fullerton in 2020 with a B.A. in Theatre and a concentration in performance. She has been training and performing in plays since high school, having played supporting roles in CSUF’s In the Valley of the Shadow, Picnic, and The Cherry Orchard, as well as a leading role in DVC’s The Farnsworth Invention. She enjoys sewing and playing the drums in her band Blackland. She has been described by her parents as “quite a catch”. Alice loves Jarid’s work on this play and hopes you enjoy tonight’s show! 

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Erica Jackson

Chey

Erica Jackson is a professional actor and scenic artist living and working in Orange County. She is a contracted resident artist with The Larking House, based out of Anaheim, and received her training and certification from Fullerton College in 2018. Past roles include but are not limited to: Van’s Sister in Dog Sees God, Meg MaGrath in Crimes of the Heart, Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Miranda in The Tempest. She is honored and overjoyed to be bringing this beautiful show to life alongside her incredible cast and crew. Thank you for supporting the backbone of the theatre community that is new work from up and coming playwrights.

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Dustin Rayvon Frye

Ben

After earning his BFA in Acting from Cal State Fullerton, Dustin is over the moon to be a part of local theatre. His previous roles include Robert in Bee-Luther-Hatchee, Howard in Picnic and Grimaldi in a Tarantino-style retelling of Tis Pity She’s a Whore. Needless to say, Dustin thrives while participating in thought provoking work that challenges the audience. He is most grateful to his family and close friends for the years of wisdom and support. Dustin would like to excessively thank the cast and crew for constructing a piece of work that deserves to be viewed and for giving him this opportunity.

Thank You from the Director

by Aung Khine Min

Thank you to my cast and crew for this production. This production could not have happened without Jarid McCarthy, Craig Tyrl, Sydney Fitzgerald, and The Wayward Artist theater company. Special thanks to Joshua D. Estrada-Romero, Avery Tang, Erica Jackson, Scott Garner, and resident artists at The Wayward Artist. Another shoutout to Craig Tyrl for giving me a space and for creating a studio wayward series. 

Thank you to our 2020-2021 donors!

The Wayward Artist could not be where it was, is, and will be without the generosity and support of our donors.

Wayward Founders

PATRONS WHO DONATED IN OUR INAUGURAL YEAR AND HELPED LAUNCH THE WAYWARD ARTIST.

Natalie Baldwin, Brian Bates, Kristin Campbell, Alan Campbell, James Coyne, Mickey Fisher and Julie Cardia, Susan Hallman, Mitch and Anna Hanlon, Joseph and Voiza Arnold Jr., Gladys Kares, Robert Kaschak, Guy Marr, Michele Olivarez, Daniel and Melissa Pietenpol, Noel Puga, Bill Reed, James Taulli, Nancy Thomas, Jeffrey Thompson, Richard Triplett, Craig Tyrl, Ronald and Lynda Tyrl, Larry and Mona Tyrl, Jim Volz, Eric and Laura Wever, Abel Zeballos

Wayward Family

DONATIONS OF $1,200-$4,999

Wayne and Debra Banwell, Brian Bates, Eric Futterer, Susan Hallman, Mitch and Anna Hanlon, Gladys Kares, Robert Kaschak, Daniel and Melissa Pietenpol, Todd Thompson, Craig Tyrl, Larry and Mona Tyrl, Ronald and Lynda Tyrl, Laura and Eric Wever, Abel Zeballos

Wayward Advocate

DONATIONS OF $500-$1,199

Bill and Annie Aulenbach, Kristin Campbell, Alex & Jon Ingal, Tommie Kozlov, Edwin Sullivant, James Taulli, Richard Triplett, Carolyn and Dennis Tyrl, Karen Zfaty

Friends of Wayward

DONATIONS OF $100-$499

Jay Howland & Mark Ackerman, Michael Auchter, Sara Bowie, Renae and Keith Boyum, Katie Chidester, J.S. Coke, Rick and Renee Cortez, Joseph Dhanens, Eric Eberwein, Scott Farthing, Felicity Figueroa, Roxanne Ford, Andrea Freeman, Mike Fuhr, Cindy Garcia-Bartnett, Tracey Gayer, Natalie Giannosa, Kathleen Gillmore, Steve and Peggy Goetz, Bruce Goodrich, Winnifred Hussey, Connie Jones, Bobi Keenan, Larry & Rhonda Mandell, Emanuel Marin, Jennifer McCarty, Rachelle Menaker, Ken Wyant & Glenda Menges, Gretchen Morales,  Cindy O'dell, Richard Piatt, Cheryl Prevor, Mark Ramont, Anne Rosse, Kathleen Smith, Bob and Peggy Stalter, Mary Stein, Patty Stewart & Jean McCarthy, Sandy Sudweeks, Juliana Suchard, Matt Takahashi

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