Miguel Belmonte

(Bonitas) Miguel is originally from Barcelona, Spain. He began his theatrical education at Institut del Teatre and later graduated from the Nancy Tunon Studio with a degree in Drama. He appeared regularly on Spanish television in the series Secrets de Familia and Laberint D'ombres for TV3 Productions. After receiving a scholarship to study in Italy, Miguel headed to Milan where he studied Commedia dell'Arte at Filodrammatici di Milano. Following a brief period in London, England doing voiceover work, Miguel came to New York and has been studying with Karen Kohlhaas at The Atlantic Acting School. He has appeared in the OOBR Award Winning production of Tango Masculino, directed by Jeffrey Corrick at the Wings Theatre, The Odd Couple with the Stage East Ensemble and in the 2007 Fringe's Festival production of House. He is also a member of the Off Broadway company Repertorio Espanol where he has appeared in their staging of Lorca's Blood Wedding, directed by René Buch. Miguel's film credits include the leading rolls in The Kiss, directed by Joshua Cody, Where My Heart Goes by Mark Smith and co-starred in The Love Bite (2004 Best Irish Short at the Galway Film Fleadth) and Neptunux Rex by Robert Scott Wides currently in the independent film festival circuit . Miguel was seen at the Museum of Modern Art's PS1 Museum in the art installation Birds of Paradise, a film chosen to be a part of the ARCO, the International Contemporary Art Fair in 2004. He co-found the not-for-profit organization, La Criatura Theatre Company, which premiered their first show Silence is Health last February.

Rick Lattimer

(Virtus) Rick recently starred in DJM Productions' Tune in Tomorrow last year. Rick was born and raised in the SouthTowns of Buffalo NY. He began his acting career in Wee-Folks production of Peter Pan in the Park at the age of 8. Collaborating with Action Theatre, Rick directed their first two productions of David Mamet's Glenngary Glenn Ross and Sam Shepard's Fool for Love for the 2005 Buffalo Infringement Festival. Rick went on to star in Action Theatre's next production of Sam Shepard's Geography of a Horse Dreamer. From there, Rick has recently Co-Authored, Directed and Performed in Action Theatre's Original Play, Slow Night from the Poems of Charles Bukowski. Beyond Action Theatre, Rick starred in Buffalo United Artists productions of Paul Rudnick's Valhala and Jonathan Wilson's Kilt. Rick also appeared at the Players Loft in New York City in a limited run of Subversive Theatre's Mother Dis-Couraged. Rick now resides in Brooklyn.


Gregory Thornsbury

(Atrox) Before relocating to NYC, Greg was a regular on FOX 59 Morning Television in Indianapolis, IN. Since 2003, he has appeared at Lincoln Center, Rose's Turn, the Gene Frankel Theatre and the Kraine among others. He can currently be seen in the independent film JADED, making the festival route.

Below is the 2008 workshop cast starring:

William Sudan Mason, Hamilton Meadows and Ross Pivec
Directed by Doug Spagnola

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