May 19, 2009

Mexico. Cast and Crew

Feliz Solomon (Stage Manager)

Feliz Solomon is a multi-media artist and writer working in Brooklyn. She is a recent graduate of Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.

Julianna Zarzycki

Julianna is, first and foremost, a lady.

PJ Walsh

Patrick Joseph Walsh "PJ" to those that are close to him, is very excited to be part of "Mexico." He has been a stand up comedian for fifteen years, working and touring with the stars of The Blue Collar Comedy Tour from 2003-07. He had a hit radio show on Sirius Satellite Radio and was in the Lionsgate feature film "Delta Farce." In February of 2007 PJ performed his last show of a 3 year tour with Larry The Cable Guy at Radio City Music Hall. As a native New Yorker this was a dream come true. He then out his suitcase in the closet to focus on acting, staying in new York to study and graduate from the William Esper Acting Studio. Oh, he also worked in the White House...but that's a whole other story!

Ben Pease

Ben is pursuing his MFA in poetry at Columbia University where he is finishing up his thesis, and two chapbook-length poems, A Home in the Wind, and Trans-American Sketches. He just launched, an online radio show where poets read and discuss their work with him. As part of the Cartographers group, he has performed T. S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets” and W. B. Yeats’ “Meditations in a Time of Civil War” with Alexandra Zelman-Doring.

Julia Joyce-Barry

Julia is thrilled to be working with Silt Group on the elliptical play that is "Mexico." In addition to her acting pursuits, she also works as a writer/director co-founder of Godfrey's Peg Productions, a New York based production company for emerging artists
. Look for her new play "Predictable Rooms" co-written by Annie Larmon) in the upcoming months. As a side note, if you have been questioning your moral integrity and are looking for immediate catharsis, Julia also co-hosts the confessional blog where you can anonymously confess your your most morally corrupt stories. She won't tell.

Reilly Hadden

Reilly lives in Bushwick and works at the Trader Joe's wine store. He was trying to be a filmmaker until his superintendent stole his camera and editing computer. He just quit smoking and fears commitment.

Rosebud Baker

Rosebud has been living in New York for the past three years. She earned her bachelor's degree in acting from Emerson College's Department of Performing Arts and is proud to have spent two of her three years in NYC trained by William Esper in Meisner Technique. Favorite roles include: Lili (Why We Have A Body), Cherie (Bus Stop), Mrs. Rhone (Undiscovered Country), and Rachel Corrie (My Name is Rachel Corrie). She wants to dedicate her efforts to her family at the Esper Studio, whom she loves boundlessly, and whose growth in the last two years has protected her from cynicism. She will always be grateful to them.