SCOTT GREER (George) is thrilled to be back at InterAct, where past favorites include Lebensraum and It's All True. A 24 year veteran of Philadelphia theatre, Scott has worked for 1812, the Arden, Walnut, PTC, Wilma, People's Light, Theatre Exile, Lantern Theater Company and many more. Regionally, he has worked for Actors Theatre of Louisville, Round House,Cape May Stage, Gulfshore Playhouse, and the Pearl Theatre in New York. He has won five Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre including the prestigious F. Otto Haas Award for an Emerging Theatre Artist. He was named 2014’s “Best Theatre Talent” by Philadelphia Magazine.
LINDSAY SMILING (Steve) is thrilled to make his InterAct debut. Recent credits: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Arden Theatre Co.), Informed Consent (Lantern Theater Co.), WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING (Wilma), Hillary and Clinton (Philadelphia Theatre Co.), Peter and the Starcatcher (Walnut Street Theatre), Moon Man Walk (Orbiter 3), North of the Boulevard (Theatre Exile) and Othello (Milwaukee Rep). Lindsay has performed Off-Broadway and at numerous regional theaters including: Syracuse Stage, People’s Light and Theatre Co., Pittsburgh Public, Two River Theatre, Victory Gardens, and Shakespeare on the Sound. He received his bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University and his MFA from Temple University. Mr. Smiling is a Wilma Hothouse Company member. More info at www.lindsaysmiling.net
ERED MCLENIGAN (Michael) is happy to return to work with InterAct, where he last appeared in Peter Gil-Sheridan's RITU COMES HOME. He is a proud member of both Actor's Equity and the Wilma Theater's Hothouse Company, where he most recently appeared in the world premiere of Blanka Zizka's ADAPT! and Nick Payne's CONSTELLATIONS. Additionally he's appeared locally with Lantern, Theatre Exile, Act II, Walnut Street Theatre, Inis Nua, Delaware Theatre Co., 1812 Productions, Bristol Riverside Theatre and Iron Age Theatre, among others. Jered is a multiple Barrymore Award nominee and has received the Supporting Actor/Play award twice. He will begin the 17-18 season back at the Wilma in Lorca's BLOOD WEDDING, directed by Csaba Horváth of Forte Company, Budapest. Thank you for your support!
J HERNANDEZ (Carlos) is having his first go with InterAct Theatre Company. Around town J is mostly known for his work in classical theatre in his performances with Lantern Theater Co., Philadelphia Artists' Collective, Commonwealth Classic Theatre Company, Philadelphia Shakespeare, Revolution Shakespeare, and Hedgerow Theatre, to name a few. Regionally he's worked for Delaware Shakespeare, North Carolina Shakespeare, and the Shakespeare Theatre Co. in DC. J would like to thank Seth, the cast and crew, y mucho amor y luz para Mandy y su familia en Tejas. Siempre resistir.
ANGEL SIGALA (Miguel) is honored to be in his first production with InterAct. He is currently a senior Theater major (Musical Theater and Acting) at Temple University. Recent credits include My Favorite Husbands (Quince Productions) and West Side Story (Ocean City Theatre Co.) Many thanks to Seth, and much love to Mom, Dad, and Yareli.
MARIA KONSTANTINIDIS (Kim) is delighted to share the stage with this awesome cast! Recent Philly/Regional: Anna at EgoPo, South Pacific at Walnut Street, Informed Consent at Lantern, Fixed at Passage and Two Gents at Shakespeare in Clark Park. Recently sang in Requiem by award-winning composer Cynthia Hopkins, and performed onstage with Dr. Dog in Swamp Is On. New musical web-series alongside Sesame Street and B'way favorites coming soon! Much love and thanks to Seth & InterAct. www.mariakonstant.com
Trevor William Fayle
TREVOR WILLIAM FAYLE (Jack) couldn't be happier to be making his InterAct debut! A Philly based actor, his most recent credits include Lost Girls at Theater Exile, The Delaware Shakespeare Community Tours maiden voyage production of Pericles and The Radicalization of Bradley Manning at Inis Nua. Up next, make sure to catch Commonwealth Classic Theatre's production of Romeo and Juliet. Love to the Family, Drew and Kevin. For Campbell, my love.