Squeaky Moore (Lucy Parsons in Haymarket) is a graduate of Roosevelt University, Chicago College of Performing Arts Conservatory where she received her MFA in theatre performance. A Chicago native, she recently moved to New York City and is excited to work with The Alchemy Theatre Company. A jack of all trades, she is an actress, director, and writer. Her recent acting credits include: American Menu (Chicago Theatre Company), The Talented Tenth (Chernin Theatre), The Chicago Fire (Looking Glass Theatre @ CCPA), and B.S. (Royal George Theater). Directing credits include: Act Like U Know, Big Bad Chase, A Real Man (One-Act), The Ugly Man and Guud Timez. Writing credits include: A Real Man and Guud Timez.
Morgan Baker (Henry Gahagan, John Bonfield & Joseph Gary in Haymarket) graduated from Villanova University with a Master’s degree in Theatre and has been working in theatre and film in NYC since early 2000. Recent roles include “Peter” in Lunch Hour (Heiress Productions), “Dr. Gahagan” in Haymarket (Alchemy Theatre Company), “John” in Welcome Home Steve (MadAir Productions), “Ferenczi” in Where Three Roads Meet (Midtown Intl Theatre Fest), “George” in Barman and “Logan” in Naked Girls Drinking! (both with Bon Bock Productions). Film credits include Privacy, Leaving New Hope, and Crickett and the Little Girl Power along with an appearance on the CBS series Hack.
Dennis McNitt (Albert Parsons in Haymarket) was last seen in William Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona, in Central Park, with the Boomerang Theatre Company. Dennis has appeared with several companies throughout the city and is a founding member of the Chapel Perilous Theatre Ensemble of Chicago, and a member of First Look Theatre Company of NYU. He has performed in such varied plays as The Foul Stench of Death at the Ontological Theatre, a three person Hamlet with the Lookingglass Theatre of Chicago and Death of a Salesman with the Raven Theatre of IL. Dennis can also be seen in the upcoming film Donna James & Gary. He is happy to be working with the Alchemy Theatre Company for the first time.
New York Credits: Haymarket (Alchemy Theatre Company), Scapin (NYClassical Theatre), In The Air (u/s). Regional Credits include: Haymarket (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre), Smiler Becoming Yank (Huntington Breaking Ground Reading Festival); Proof, Private Eyes (WHAT); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (New Repertory Theatre); Defying Gravity (Merrimack Rep); The Henry VI Chronicles (Shakespeare & Company); Monticel’, The Glider (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre — 2005 IRNE nominee for Best Supporting Actress in small co. for The Glider); Molly Sweeney (Mill Pond Center for the Arts — Spotlight Reader’s Choice Award for Best Actress in a Play); Shiloh Rules, The Man Who Came to Dinner (New Century); Don’t Dress for Dinner, See How They Run (Foothills Theatre).
D. Zhonzinsky (Carter Harrison/William Black in Haymarket) most recently appeared as Michael Majeski in Valparaiso by Don DeLillo at the Garage Theatre in Teaneck, NJ. Because his music, art, and worldview have been so shaped by American radical history it is a dream come true to be a part of this production. He is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and dedicates this show to his sons Benny, Shay, and TBA.
(Charles Spierling/Daniel Hoan in Haymarket) Along with his association with Alchemy Theatre Company, Judson is a Founding Member and Co-Producing Artistic Director of the dirigo group. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Texas Dramatists Association, and is an active member of First Look Theatre Company, Hyde Park Theatre Company, and a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. His Off-Broadway credits include: Rick Childress in Harvest, and Charles Spierling in Haymarket, both with Alchemy Theatre Company, and Sal in Worth at Urban Stages with Genesius Theatre Company. His other New York credits include Martin in Bayou Radio’s Blah, Blah, Blah; and Mark in The Information She Carried.
His regional credits include: The Soldier Dreams and Bleacher Bums, both for Subterranean Theatre Company; Art Striped Naked for Hyde Park Theatre; Macbeth with The State Theater Company, Austin Shakespeare Festival’s Winter’s Tale; Salvage Vanguard Theatre’s Fugitive Pieces; Mermaid Company production of The Seagull; One Small Step, Oversimplification, both with Bayou Radio; 300 Plays About Vladimir Putin with the Rude Mechanicals; Orange with Refraction Arts; and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Austin Playhouse. His credits for the dirigo group include desire, Fool for Love, The Gypsy Chain, True West, The Middle of the Night and The Mercy Seat. He toured the Southeastern United States with Troup D’Jour performing such roles as Brutus in Julius Caesar, and the title role in Henry V. His film credits include: Fairy Blight, The Messenger, Green Eyes, living, and Yorick. Selected voice acting credits: Samurai X: The Motion Picture, Dai Guard, Getbackers, Nadia, Zaion, The Princess Blade, Steam Detectives, and Soul Hunter.
Producer credits include: the premiere of David Wright Crawford’s Harvest, and the NY premiere of Christopher Durang’s The Vietnamization of New Jersey, both with Alchemy Theatre Company; The Jinn (The American Theatre Critics Award), Hedda, bash, desire, and Home Free, all with the dirigo group. www.judsonjones.com.
Zayd Dohrn received his MFA from NYU and is currently a Lila Acheson Wallace Fellow at Juilliard. His plays have been produced and developed at Woolly Mammoth, The Alliance Theatre, South Coast Rep, the Marin Theatre Company, Kitchen Dog, Southern Rep, ATC, Boston Playwrights’, New Jersey Rep, Aurora Theatre, and Alchemy Theatre of Manhattan. He is a recipient of Lincoln Center’s Lecomte du Nouy Prize, the NNPN Continued Life of New Plays Fund, the Sky Cooper Prize, the Jean Kennedy Smith Award, an IRNE for Best New Play, and residencies with Alchemy Theatre, Seven Devils, Chautauqua, and the Royal Court Theatre of London.
Producing credits include the Off-Broadway premieres of Umbrella by L. Pontius, Harvest by David Wright Crawford and The Vietnamization of New Jersey by Christopher Durang; Speed-the-Plow by David Mamet, The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer, and Zayd Dohrn’s Haymarket, Permanent Whole Life (Alchemy Theatre Company @ The New York International Fringe Festival), and Shameless (Red Friday Productions in Boston). Directorial work for Alchemy includes The Vietnamization of New Jersey, Haymarket, Speed-the-Plow, The Normal Heart, and Ned Campbell’s Ollie Utz is Free; New York: the premiere of PeopleSpeak by John Augustine at 59E59 Theaters (Summer Shorts Festival 2); Boston: Shameless, Martin Jones’ Old Soldiers at Theatre Cooperative; the premieres of Henry Kimmel’s Tainted Window and Paul Mohrbacher’s Samarkand for The Atlantis Playmaker’s Festival; John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, James Christy’s Creep, and Jean Genet’s The Maids at Actor’s Workshop. Additional directing credits include Samuel Beckett’s Catastrophe, Play, Act Without Words I and Act Without Words II at the Moscow Art Theatre School; Heiner Muller’s Hamletmachine, Elizabeth Egloff’s The Swan, and Caryl Churchill’s Cloud 9 at American Repertory Theatre’s Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. Assistant Director (while playing the role of “Gavrila”) on Yuri Yeremin’s production of Chekhov’s Ivanov, starring Debra Winger and Arliss Howard, and on the world premiere of Adam Rapp’s Nocturne, directed by Marcus Stern, at American Repertory Theatre. He has taught at Boston’s Actors Workshop. Member SSDC.
Kevin P. McAnarney (Press Representative for Haymarket) has a varied background in public relations, casting and management. Kevin has handled major concerts on Broadway; international dance attractions and special events at the Metropolitan Opera House, NY State Theater, Carnegie Hall and others including two Katharine Hepburn tributes as well as the first NYC Academy Awards benefit. He did national press for Cirque du Soleil for four years and helped to open Mystere, in Las Vegas; tours of the Bolshoi Ballet, Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble to only name a few. For six years, he represented the Drama Desk Awards. He was honored to be the B’way press rep for Love! Valour! Compassion! (the first show ever to win the 5 top New York Theatre Awards in one season including the Tony, Outer Critics Circle, New York Drama Critics Circle, Drama Desk and Obie Awards). KPM Associates (Grant Lindsey, associate) was the Broadway press agent for Dame Edna: The Royal Tour; Some other NYC clients include: A R Gurney’s Sylvia; Children’s Defense League; Ballet Nacional de Cuba (Alisa Alonzo); Theater Hall of Fame, Julio Bocca and Ballet Argentino, National Dance Week; Madrid’s Ballet Ullate; the musical john and jen; Moiseyev Dance Company, American Ballet Theatre, Les Ballets Grandiva; and Moisés Kaufman and the award-winning hits Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde and The Laramie Project. They continue to represent Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College, Career Transitions for Dancers and others. Mr. McAnarney managed a 13-city tour of the musical Camelot starring Rock Hudson; Cape Cod Melody Tent and Beacon Theatre. He was also a union treasurer and box office manager. Kevin was a member of the organizing of Broadway Cares and helped write the mission statement; an organizing member of B’WAY (Better Wellness And You), the Wellness Committee for the theatre industry. He is serving his tenth term on the Board of Governors of ATPAM.
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association
Dec. 8-23, 2005
New York Premiere at
The Beckett Theater, Theatre Row
“Morgan Baker is as affectingly tender as the doctor as he is intimidating in the role of Police Capt. John Bonfield. Judson Jones and Birgit Huppuch bring a suppressed anguish to their roles, an almost unbearable intimation of their [characters’] shattered possibility for happiness.”
— New York Times
“Dohrn bravely imagines the trauma of the event; [the] play raises plenty of essential and timeless questions. Judson Jones is excellent.”
“Compelling… [An] important piece of history.”
“Dennis McNitt, Birgit Huppuch, and Judson Jones all do sensitive, understated work.”
— New York Sun
“Captivating… Direction by Robert Saxner skillfully interweaves the many scenes and different characters so that the tale can be experienced from both sides, and fabulous costumes by Victoria Tzykun authenticate the time period.”
— ELJ All Arts Annex