PEDRO CASTILLO CAST
After creating the role of Pedro Castillo in a successful staged reading at Studio Theatre Long Island, John Torres debuts in that role at the play's inaugural production. He also appeared as the caretaker in the Textile Co.'s production of Caretaker of Corofin.
Christine Copley plays Gwen Castillo in her first appearance in a Textile Co. production. She has appeared in numerous Bare Bones Theater productions, including a powerful performance in its presentation of Arthur Miller's "A View from the Bridge."
Stephanie Sottile portrays Liberty, after appearing in productions with a wide range of groups and venues such as the Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Living Room Theater, 133rd St, Arts Center Theater, Beckmann Theatre.
MICHAEL J. SHANAHAN
Michael J. Shanahan plays the guard or corrections officer, after portraying a police officer in the Textile Co.'s presentation of Caretaker of Corofin.
MICHAEL H. CARLIN
Michael H. Carlin plays Santos, an inname, after portraying Tennessee Williams as an adult in a staged reading of the Textile Co.'s Year of the Iguana at Studio Theatre Long Island.
LAURA LEIGH CARROLL
Laura Leigh Carroll has appeared in producitons at Studio Theatre Long Island, Broadhollow Theatre, Township Theatre Group, Long Island Cabaret Theatre and many others.
The Textile Co.'s resident technical expert, Alex Vartanian is in charge of sound, light and other technical considerations. He has advised or worked on numerous Textile Co. productions including The Falls, Butterfly Hour and Caretaker of Corofin.
DANIELLE C.N. ZAPPA
This is Danielle C.N. Zappa's debut as a director with the Textile Co., after working extensively with Plaza Theatrical and other groups. She is studying directing at City College, where she has directed new work.
The Textile Co.'s writer in residence, Claude Solnik is a journalist and playwright whose work has been produced in New York City, Philadelphia, Paris and Long Island. Many of his plays are based on true stories.
An actress, as well as a dancer and singer, Samantha Masone has appeared in productions with Plaza Theatrical, as well as at the Merrick Theater, the James Street Playhouse and the Bellmore Theater.