I Come for Love (2008)
Flash! Saucers fly when Reporter romances alien girl at Roswell!
Terrence Atkins & Jeffery Lyle Segal
Directed by Michael Berry
Choreographed by Michelle Weber
A jaded reporter in search of a story. An adorable alien looking for love. A small town diner in need of a waitress. Intergalactic sparks and saucers fly in this screwball comedy that might just turn out to be the story of the century.
Approximate Running Time: 2:15; no intermission
Joe starred on Broadway as Danny Zuko in the Tommy Tune/Jeff Calhoun revival of Grease! Off Broadway he starred as Tony and Dominic Tony n' Tina's Wedding and Father Joe in Nunsense. National Tour: Grease! Other theatre: Guys & Dolls - Macau International Music Festival, Bye Bye Birdie, Barefoot in the Park, The Glass Menagerie, Never Too Late. Joe is still best known for playing Captain Joe Carlino on the long-running NBC series Another World, and con man Paolo Caselli on ABC's All My Children. Films and TV include Hate with Marcia Gay Harden, The Stand-In with Kelly Ripa, and several episodes of Law and Order. Joe is the voice and the on camera presence for the character Ray Boccino in the wildly successful video game Grand Theft Auto IV. He is currently in development for a feature film he wrote entitled Steve's Pizza.
Bill appeared on Broadway in Inherit The Wind with the great-late George C. Scott. Other New York credits include Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing, Rev. Gardiner in Mrs. Warren's Profession, Harry The Horse in Guys & Dolls, Finnegan in Finnegan's Wake, Socrates in Socrates On Trial, the Grave Digger in Hamlet, Inmate in Marat/Sade and the title role in Cymbaline. Regional work includes Friar Lawrence in Romeo & Juliet (Shakespeare Project), Verges in Much Ado About Nothing (Mill Mountain), Rabbi in Fiddler On The Roof (Carousel Dinner Theatre), Tobias in A Delicate Balance (New Day Repertory) and Tino in Breaking Legs (Ft. Salem Theatre). Film & TV work includes Percival Beech in I'll Bury You Tomorrow (New Millenium Pics), Homeless Man in Ghost Stories (UPN), Thibald Caudill in Header (Archie Flancranstien, Dir) and a cameo as Bill Webber in the soon to be released political satire, Vote and Die: Liszt For President (Mark Mitchell, Dir.) www.billcorry.com
Anna Eilinsfeld, a recent Northwestern grad, is making her NYC debut with "I Come For Love". Her favorite Chicagoland credits include the Jeff Nominated Les Miserables, The Wizard of Oz, Dangerous Beauty and In The Bubble. She would like to thank her family, Kurt and Jenny for their love and unwavering support.
Jarid is thrilled to be making his NYC debut in "I Come For Love." A recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, some of his favorite credits include: Three Sisters, Les Miserables, Guys & Dolls, Scapin, Les Grande Meaulnes, etc. Film: Mysteries of Pittsburgh and graduation. Appreciation to Abrams; Admiration to Roger; Love to BB; and all three to Mom. GO BROWNS!!
Chris is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut in I Come For Love. He is a graduate of New York University's Steinhardt Vocal Performance program. Previous credits include Merrily We Roll Along (Franklin Shepard), ...Forum (Hysterium), and Hair (Berger). He is a recipient of a 2003 Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Award winner. Thanks to his family and friends for all their love and support.
has worked in the theater regionally and in NYC for many years. Some favorite credits include the role of Maureen in Skindeep at the Workshop Theatre, Diva in Starmite, and some sketch comedy at Carolines. When not performing, Michele writes and directs shows with Theater West 97th Street, a kids company, and enjoys co-writing songs with her talented husband Frank. She's thrilled to be a part of â€œI Come For Love.
Dan Guller returns to the NYMF after performing as Mr Weston in last year's Emma. He was most recently seen as M. Lablache in A Shot in the Dark in the Midtown International Theatre Festival. Regional: Five productions of Forever Plaid (Smudge - Jeff Nomination) ; The Most Happy Fella Pasquale); The Threepenny Opera (Readymoney Matt); Saturday Night (Clune/Singer); A Connecticut Yankee (Merlin); The Servant of Two Masters (Brighella); Ensembles of The Apple Tree, Sweeny Todd; 42nd Street, Anything Goes, Jesus Christ, Superstar! Tours: The Wizard of Oz; Anne of Green Gables; Beyond the Miracle, a musical about Helen Keller (no, really). Concerts: H.G. Wells' The Time Machine; Children of Eden; Once on This Island. Dan performs improv weekly at NYC's National Comedy Theater. Member AEA since 1993. Digitally: www.danguller.com. Dedicated to all the doctors who fixed the hole in my head.
Adam Hose is a native of Montgomery, Alabama and a graduate of Louisiana State University's MFA professional actor training program. He returns to NYMF this year after starring in last year's Tully (In NoParticular Order). Other NY credits include a staged reading of Adding Machine: The Musical (Neighborhood Playhouse) and The Dare Project (Tax-Deductible). His regional credits include the world premiere of Tom Jones' Harold & Maude: The Musical with Estelle Parsons, Danny Burstein and Donna Lynne Champlin (Paper Mill), Death of a Salesman (SITI Company/Swine Palace), his Big Easy Award winning portrayal of Batboy in Batboy: The Musical (Southern Rep), Denver Post Ovation Award nominations for his portrayal of the First Witch in Macbeth and for the world premiere of Shakespeare in Briefs! (Colorado Shakespeare Festival), Killer Joe, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Tavern (Swine Palace) and The Foreigner (Monomoy Theatre). Adam also starred in the film Zombie Town, available now on Netflix! Thanks especially to his family, Hammer, 1016 and to his remarkable Lindsay.
Jodie was last seen in the Pre-Broadway tryout of "The Tale of Two Cities" at the Asolo Repertory Theater in Sarasota, Fl. Jodie starred in I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change in New York. She premiered on Broadway as the role of Cosette in Les Miserables while still attending NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (CAP 21), and later went on to play the role of Eponine. Her Broadway tour credits include Martin Guerre, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Grizabella in the National Tour of CATS, where she was the youngest person to ever portray the role. Regional credits include: Eva Peron in Evita, Robin in the revival of Smile, Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, Chess at Paper Mill Playhouse directed by Rob Marshall, the lead in a brand new musical at the legendary Eugene O Neill Theater Conference directed by Bobby Longbottom, and the West-Coast premiere of The Thing about Men. Jodie has been a featured lead soloist for President Clinton and she was also awarded "Best National Anthem Singer of 2007" by the Mets.
is excited to be part of his first NYMF production. Recently he completed a national tour of Camelot. NYC: Meet Me in St. Louis (Musicals Tonight) and readings with Playwrights Horizons. Favorite regional credits include Beauty and the Beast (Lefou), Biloxi Blues (Don Carney), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Linus), as well as performing at Disneyland in Snow White: The Musical. He is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado in Musical Theatre. He would like to thank his family and friends for all their support.
Mitch's recent credits include Van Buren, "Damn Yankees", Carousel Dinner Theatre; Uncle Billy, "A Wonderful Life", John W. Engeman Theatre; co-star, "Cleveland" episode of "30 Rock"; several independent films; and currently seen in a Boars Head commercial. Mitch is also a director and a playwright ("Shooting Blanks" and "Gender Mercies"). www.mitchpoulos.com
Stephanie Pam Roberts is thrilled to make her NYC debut at the NYMF Fest and thankful for the chance to work on a new musical! She is excited to be performing on dry land again after 2 contracts with Disney Cruise Line. Favorite roles include Little Red (Into the Woods), Anybodys (West Side Story at Beef and Boards), Kate Mullins (Titanic at the Worcester Foothills Theatre), Charlotte (X-Mas Carol at the McCarter Theatre) Iola (Parade), and Cecily (Importance of Being Earnest). Sheâs originally from South FL with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Ithaca College. Love and thanks to my wonderful father, great friends, and Josh. For mom, as always.
Gael Schaefer is delighted to return for her second NYMF show, after appearing last year in Emma. Off-Broadway: Counsellor-at-Law (2005 Lortel Award, Outstanding Revival). Favorite roles: Sister Mary in Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You (Gallery Players), Miss Lynch in Grease (Carousel Dinner Theatre), The Wicked Witch/Miss Gulch in The Wizard of Oz (Allenberry Playhouse), Ouiser in Steel Magnolias (Shadowland Theatre), Harriet in The Man Who Came To Dinner with Tony Randall (Kenley Players) and Paulina in The Winter's Tale (Wooden O Productions). Film: Hooray for Mister Touchdown. Television: Law and Order: SVU and Saturday Night Live.
Katie is stoked to be a part of I Come For Love! Regional: Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Lola in Damn Yankees ( The Fireside Theatre), Babette in Beauty and the Beast (Arts Center Of Coastal Carolina), Hope in Anything Goes (The Skylight Opera) And most recently the essential Corkscrew in Beauty and the Beast (Westchester Broadway Theatre). She is thankful to have the greatest friends in the world, and to her love and bud Loren for making her life so much fun. Enjoy the Show!
Terrence Atkins is an actor, playwright and director from Los Angeles. He wrote and directed the short film, "Missing" which screened across the country. It was voted "Best of 2002" at the New York Horror Film Festival, and is included in the DVD, "Killer Hits, Vol. 1." He has served on the board of directors for the Company of Angels Theatre in Los Angeles. Past roles include Mickey in "After the Fall," Stanley in "Streetcar Named Desire," and Felix in Horton Foote's "Blind Date" (Dramalogue Award). Directing credits include "The Glass Menagerie," "They Dance Real Slow in Jackson," "Twenty-seven Wagons Full of Cotton," and "Zip, Zam, Boom!" written by twin brother Gavin Atkins and starring his mother, Patricia Atkins. His and Gavin's band, "Bradley's Brew," has played throughout Los Angeles. His song "Pitter Patter" was acquired for the feature film "Saint Patrick's Day." He co-wrote his first musical, "April Came in December," with Patricia Atkins (book) and Gavin Atkins (music and lyrics. It was presented as a staged reading at the Madrid Theatre in Canoga Park, California in 1999. He joined the Academy for New Musical Theatre in Los Angeles in 2003. There, he co-wrote music and lyrics with Jeffery Lyle Segal for the short musical "The Scout" with bookwriter Megan Wygant. "The Scout" was performed in the spring of 2004 at the Colony Theatre in Burbank, California, and was the source material for the "B" plot of "I Come for Love," with book, music and lyrics co-written by Jeffery Lyle Segal. "I Come for Love" received its debut presentation as part of the Kansas City Festival of New Musicals in 2007. It was also presented at the Thousand Oaks Festival of New Musicals 2007. A big thanks goes out to everyone who has helped us along the way! Especially to Lindsey, my CCC.
Jeffery Lyle Segal is a multitalented theatrical and visual artist, best known for his work in special effects makeup and the paramedical arena of permanent cosmetics. He is happy to be returning to his roots in the theater after a long hiatus. As a musical theater performer, his roles have been as diverse as Doody in "Grease" at Beef and Boards, Paul in "Carnival" with North Shore Theater Company, and as understudy to John Saxon for "Man of La Mancha" at the Little Theater on the Square. He has directed "The Threepenny Opera" for Little Theater on the Square, "Not Like Him" for Equity Library Theater, and the midwest premiere of "Sea Marks" at Pegasus Players and Theater Building Chicago. He is proud to have been the Executive Director of Chicago's acclaimed Steppenwolf Theatre Company during its debut professional season. In film, he has worked in both casting direction and special effects makeup for independent features, including Chicago's best known indie film , "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer." Meanwhile, he kept his hand in music by writing, producing and performing "Forever Mine," the end title theme to the independent horror film, "Trapped!" He spent time writing in Nashville, and his song, "Somebody Else," was first place winner in the country category of the Music City Song Festival. He was writing and performing his original cabaret songs in Los Angeles in 2003, when he joined the Academy for New Musical Theater writers workshop. There, he co-authored music and lyrics for the one act musical "The Scout" with Terrence Atkins (book by Megan Wygant), and has since continued his collaboration with Terrence as co-author of book, music and lyrics for "I Come for Love". He has also written the book, music and lyrics for the new musical "Scandalous Behavior!" based on the classic English comedy, "The School for Scandal." He conceived, directed and performed in the world premiere of the musical revue "Duly Noted" at the Steinway Hall in Los Angeles, featuring songs by ANMT member writers. He is currently working his way back east to stay.
Director of the critically acclaimed New York productions of: Third Finger Left Hand, , Five Tellers Dancing In The Rain. The Park Bench at the Blue Heron Theater. 21 Stories A Broadway Tale, at the Midtown International Theater Festival. The Porch at Altered Stages.Recently Mr. Berry developed, directed and co-produced the short film The Day Of The Grackle, which has to date won eight Best awards and been an official selection in Film Festival across the country. The short is now being optioned for a Webisode series with Comedy Central. www.gracklefilm.com. In August Mr. Berry's latest short film, 'MIRA', won Best Short Film & the Audience Favorite Award at The Feel Good Film Festival.www.mirathefilm.com. Mr. Berry is currently developing, producing and writing an independent feature film entitled, 'THE GOOD SAMARITAN' which goes in to production 2009. As an actor Mr Berry has been fortunate to have worked on Broadway and Broadway National Tours of: Les Miserables, Mamma Mia, Sunset Boulevard and The Who's Tommy, and has appeared in Regional theaters across the country. Guest starring and feature roles in film & television include: The Renegade, The Young Riders, Beyond the Law, Happy Hellidays. Recently In New York Mr. Berry appeared in Arthur Miller's, The American Clock, directed by Austin Pendleton, and in the Work's production of Moby Dick, for which he received a Drama Desk Nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play. Mr. Berry was the grateful recipient of a scholarship to the United States International University, School Of Performing And Visual Arts, and In New York was fortunate to study with the brilliant Austin Pendleton, Wynn Handman and the legendary Uta Hagen.
Michelle is excited to be a part of I COME FOR LOVE and NYMF this year! Michelle's choreography has most recently been seen in Beauty and the Beast and Showboat for the Gateway Playhouse this summer. Otherwise, you have also seen her work on television for American Idol's Ford music videos during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. Her contributions as assistant choreographer, will be seen on the big screen in Robert Zemekis' A Christmas Carol, to be released for Christmas 2009. She has just recently had the great opportunity to create new works for a podcast series soon to be shot for Podcastgo.com. Be sure to check it out! Her other credits include Ring of Fire on Broadway (Resident/Associate Choreographer), the 1st National tour of Contact, Dreamgirls (Gateway Playhouse-Assistant Choreographer), The 60's Project (Goodspeed Playhouse-Associate choreographer) ,Cheer! The Musical(Associate Choreographer), Buskers Alley (The York Theater-Associate Choreographer), Laughing Pizza- Today Show (assistant choreographer) Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Dance Captain/ Swing) West Side Story (Theater League), Michael Jackson's GHOSTS (Gypsy), The Man Who Wasn't There, Three to Tango, Everybody Loves Raymond, Ally McBeal, American Music Awards, and the MTV Music Awards. Thanks to my husband Rod for his unlimited amount of patience, support and belief in me!
m is currently the Music Supervisor of I Love You, Youâre Perfect, Now Change having music directed shows in New York, Boston, San Fransisco, San Diego, Reno, Chicago, and all over the country on the National Tour. He was also the Music Supervisor/Arranger of the show Forbidden Vegas. Bâway: Nine, High Society, In My Life. Off Bâway: The Fantasticks, Forbidden Broadway (2001, 20th Anniversary, SVU), FAME, the musical. National Tours: Forbidden Broadway, Forbidden Hollywood. International: Phantom of the Opera. Regional: Guys and Dolls (Leon Rabin Award nomination- Best Musical Direction), When Pigs Fly, As Thousands Cheer, La Cage aux Folles,, Kiss of the Spider Woman, among many others. Kim has conducted/played for many talents such as Carol Channing, Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Sam Harris, among others. He played, arranged and co-produced the 2001 Broadway Cares, Equity Fights Aids CD, Home for the Holidays. He is also a proud member of the Central Nyack Fire Department. He wants to thank Jodie, his wife, for all her love and support.
is excited to be working on I Come For Love and as well as making his NYMF debut. He has designed (Rabbit Hole, Odd, Dracula and Madison) For Premiere Stages in NJ. (Sweet Charity, Full Monty, Peter Pan, West Side Story and The Producers) For West Virginia Public Theatre, Barnum, Oklahoma and Arsenic and Old Lace) for Surflight Theater. Recently. Past Productions also include The Boyfriend directed by Richard Sabellico and Is There Life After High School Directed and written by Craig Carnellia. He has also worked for TADA Youth Theater on their production of The Perfect Monster. Additionally he assists in Broadcast and Industrial design. Examples of his work can be found at www.jmgtheadesign.com
is thrilled to be a part of NYMF with âI Come For Loveâ. Keith has designed costumes at the Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City (42nd Street and Cabaret), West Virginia Public Theatre (The Producers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Sound of Music, Sweet Charity, Funny Girl and Peter Pan) the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse (Ragtime, Jekyll & Hyde, Funny Girl, Show Boat, Mame, and Footloose), Roxy Regional Theatre (Grease), and numerous theatres throughout the Chicago area, including Grand Hotel for which he received a Jeff Award Nomination. Also an actor and director, Keith last directed Ragtime for the Bucks County Playhouse, and his onstage credits include The Full Monty (Dave), Sugar (Jerry/Daphne), Hello, Dolly! (Cornelius), Footloose (Chuck), and Cinderella (The Stepmother).
Having recently returned home to New York City, Christopherâs work for the past 10 years has focused primarily on new plays in the San Francisco Bay Area. World premiers include designs for; Encore Theatre Company, The Magic Theatre, Fools Fury, Killing My Lobster and Campo Santo/Intersection for the Arts. New York credits include work at The Public Theatre, 45 Bleecker, P.S. 122 and The Metropolitan Playhouse. His work has also been seen at; Bali Arts Festival Indonesia, Delaware Theatre Company, A.C.T. Conservatory, Aurora Theatre Company, Center Repertory, SF Playhouse, Theatre Abydos, and the Pacific Alliance Stage Company. In 2004 and 2005 He received the California Elly Award for Best Lighting Design. Christopherâs lighting design was selected for the Prague Quadrennial 2007 by the USITT.
David Margolin Lawson (Sound Designer) Previously for NYMF: Look What A Wonder Jesus Has Done (2007), Warrior (2006). Recent works include: Signature Theatre's production of Leslie Lee's The First Breeze of Summer dir. Ruben Santiago-Hudson; Southern Promises (PS122) dir. Jose Zayas, Oslo Elsewhere's SA KA LA dir. Sarah Cameron Sunde, several productions with Studio Dante including Sisters, Such Devoted Sisters directed Michael Imperioli; Lucy (EST) dir. William Carden; War in Paramus (Abingdon Theatre Co.) dir. Austin Pendleton; Havana is Waiting (Cherry Lane) dir. Michael John Garces; Under Milk Wood, The Cherry Orchard (Juilliard); Scar Tissue (AngelRod Films). Regional: Hartford Stage, Long Wharf, Studio Arena, Capital Rep, etc. www.dmlsound.com
Is very happy to return to NYMF after PSMing HOT AND SWEET (Directorâs Choice Award & Best Ensemble, 06). Most recently, Randy was PSM for OTHER PEOPLEâS MONEY & OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS at The John Engeman Theater. Also MISS SAIGON at Virginia Musical Theater, 42nd STREET, SINGINâ IN THE RAIN and CABARET in Atlantic City, 42nd STREET and MY FAIR LADY at Tuacahn Center for the Arts, and acclaimed productions of INTO THE WOODS and PRIDEâS CROSSING at The Fulton Opera House where he is an Associate Artist.
Randy PSMed the Eugene OâNeill Theater Centerâs National Performance Conference, (including WARRIOR by Grammy Winner Marcus Hummon; NYMF, 06). Also, The Cape Cod Theater Project (6 yrs) the Off Broadway smash DE LA GUARDA. (2yrs), The Williamstown Theater Festival, Circle Rep, New York Theater Workshop, Playwrights Horizons, Actorâs Theater of Louisville (and itâs Humana Festival of New American Plays), Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Goodspeed Opera House, The Magic Theater in San Francisco, and the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. Randy worked with Director Harold Prince on FLIGHT OF THE LAWN CHAIR MAN and 3HREE.
As an actor, Randy created the role of the âkiss of death waiterâ in John Guareâs NEW YORK ACTOR, Directed by Jerry Zaks. Randyâs work on this production is dedicated in memory of his teacher, mentor, and friend Dan Owenby.
is thrilled to join NYMF for the first time! As a stage manager, Sean has work for such companies as Virginia Musical Theatre (Titanic, Smokey Joeâs CafĂ©, Aida), West Virginia Public Theatre (Forever Plaid, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Producerâs), and Cain Park Summer Theater (Oliver!, Nine). In addition to serving as an SM, Sean is also a very busy actor appearing. Most recent regional credits include Younger Brother in Ragtime, Motel in Fiddler on the Roof, Gabey in On the Town, and the Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol. In his âspare time,â Sean can be found as an active musical director, voice coach (member, NATS), choreographer, director, and teacher. Up next, he will be traveling to Cleveland to direct Rent: Student Edition. Sean is a proud member of Actors Equity Association. Special thanks to Jeff, Terrance, Lisa for this fun ride! Enjoy!!
is âover the moonâ to be a part of NYMF for the first time with I Come For Love!! Macyâs last ASM gig was also with Randy Lawson at the Engeman Theater with the production of Other Peopleâs Money . When she isnât playing gopher to Randy, Macy has most recently been seen two stepping in Urban Cowboy at West Virginia Public Theater. Before that she tippy tapped away in Crazy for You at Arizona Broadway Theatre and in 42nd Street at Tuacahn Performing Arts Theater. Other favorite shows include Cinderella, My Fair Lady, and Sugar-The Some Like It Hot Musical. Macy holds a BFA in Dance Perf. From Oklahoma City University. Thanks to all involved for this great gig and now thinks that Randy is her unofficial manager.
Recent NY producing credits include: Pure Heaven (Emelin), Jeffrey Hatcher's Murderers (Emelin), The Piper (NYMF 2007), Surface to Air (Off Broadway, Symphony Space), The Polish Play (Walkerspace/ Katharsis); Character (Prospect); Brian Charles Rooney: Live (Zipper); Warrior (NYMF 2006); Behind the Limelight (NYMF 2006); Hot and Sweet (NYMF 2006); Ibsen + Fosse 2006 with Oslo Elsewhere at 59E59: Rosmersholm, deathvariations; Manhattan Madcaps of 1924; Jeff Daniels' Apartment 3A; The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde (NYMF 2005). Previously, she was the associate producer at Symphony Space and was on the artistic staff at Manhattan Theatre Club (Doubt, Reckless, Rabbit Hole, Brooklyn Boy, 5 by Tenn, A Picasso, etc.) and has also worked at the New 42nd Street, American Repertory Theatre and New York Stage & Film. Upcoming projects include: Katharsis Theatre's new adaption of Moliere's Monsieur de Pourceaugnac, Martin Fox's Two Handers, set to be directed by Austin Pendleton, and Frank Strausser's The Split. Lisa will also be the general manager for this year's NAMT festival in October. In January 2008, Lisa formed Across the Pond Theatricals with Andy Vitolo, a company that focuses on creating musicals in an organic process with collaborations between artists in the US and in the UK, upcoming Across the Pond projects include Pollyanna written by Neil Berg and Dan Remmes. She is also the Executive Producer of Oslo Elsewhere, the American voice for internationally produced playwright Jon Fosse, and the producer of Katharsis Theatre. She also produced a major NY benefit for the Save Darfur Coalition last year and has also produced countless musical readings. Lisa holds a BA in theatre management from Florida State.
is a freelance Production Manager living and working in New York. Prior to moving to NYC, Jen was the Production Coordinator at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center as well as many theatres in Washington DC. While working in DC, she worked with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Arena Stage, Washington Women in Theatre, soundincentive and Georgetown University. Recently Jen has worked with The Gallery Players, Two Guys and a Credit Card and Mushroom Cloud Press. Currently she has projects with Oslo Elsewhere and NYMF 2008. Jen holds a BA from Georgetown University
1. Ooga Booga Boo!
Finding what seems to be an empty crater, Scoop convinces the people of Roswell that an alien has escaped into the night.
Credit: Robert Townsend & Ensemble
2. I Come for Love
Nine-O the lovelorn alien arrives and is found by a shy young gas jockey named Floyd.
Credit: Dana Meller
3. The Invader from Space
The friendly people of Roswell turn into an angry mob with a taste for alien blood.
Credit: George Miserlis & Ensemble
4. United Forces of Dancing
Scoop takes "Ai-leen" the waitress to see a movie musical, where she learns an important lesson.
Credit: Erika Amato and Ensemble
5. Shooting Star
"Scoop" and "Aileen" fall for each other.
Credit: Dana Meller & Robert Townsend
6. At Ease
The girls try to trick the guards to spring Scoop from Jail
Credit: Dana Meller and Lindsey Mixon