Love At Home
Can a Lesbian and a Mormon find Love at Home? Follow two sisters from their early teens in the 1990s to their adulthood in the summer after Proposition 8 was passed, as they struggle to find a loving space between faith and family. A challenging play that questions the complexities of a unique religion in the face of massive social change.
BECCA: Cat Cabral is an actress, writer and native New Yorker proud to be part of this year's SF Fringe Festival! Her recent credits include the upcoming feature films Enchantments, Act, Naturally, Girlrillaz and Uncomfortable Silence which was featured at this years Cannes Film Festival in the Short Film Corner. She has had the pleasure of gracing the stage at Classic Theater Company, Manhattan Rep. Theater Festival, PS 122, Galapagos Artspace and the Coney Island Sideshow. She deeply thanks her talented cast and director, World Famous *BOB* and Cameron Moir. www.catcabral.com
DIANA: Tygar Hicks* hales from Sacramento, California, where she was a student of acting from the age of 15. She has been blessed by incomparable teachers, and their enduring love and support. Her favorite roles include Rachel in My Name is Rachel Corrie, Una in Blackbird, and Viola in Twelfth Night. She is honored to be cast in such an important, inspirational piece of art. Love to the director, cast, and to her mother and Ed. Tygar can be contacted at tygarh@Yahoo.com.
*Appearing Courtesy of Actor's Equity
CLAUDIA: Denise Hungerford is NY based actress, with stage credits including "The Moonlight Room," "Heidi and" "Agatha Christie Made Me Do It." She has appeared in numerous films including: "Rootz," written and directed by Dan Pearson; "Tom in America," in which she had a supporting role opposite Oscar nominees Burt Young and Sally Kirlkland; "Flicker," written and directed by Lain Kienzle. Her commercial work includes spots for Gardasil, Microsoft, BDO and the New York Stock Exchange. She's a member of Theatre 68 NYC, keeps her passport current, and enjoys feeling sand between her toes.
JOHN: Richard Harrison Webb is no stranger to the stage, Richard has acted since he was three years old. He has played many characters from Winthrop in Music Man to Emile in South Pacific to Smudge in Forever Plaid. For the last several years, Richard has been studying English pedagogy, and currently teaches English to international students at St. Giles International, NYC. He is very excited and thankful to be working on such an important project with such a dedicated and talented cast. A special thank you goes to his high-school sweetheart, without her, he'd be so much less. Her encouragement, love, and talent are the source of all his happiness.
CommercialPlaywright/Director: Mary Matoula Webb is an actor and playwright. A San Francisco Bay Area native now living in New York City, has studied playwriting at ESPA Primary Stages NYC and at Foothill College. Mary is a member of the Dramatists Guild and founding member of the John Doe Theater Company and Us3 Productions. She is deeply grateful to the SF Fringe Festival and awed by her amazingly talented cast. All her heart to Richard, so blessed to have you in my life. MaryMatoulaWebb.com
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