Cast and Crew

(In Alphabetical Order)

Robin Abrahams: Robin is delighted to return to 3-dimensional theater! She's been seen in T@F's The Revenger's Tragedy, She Kills Monsters, and RUR. Offstage, she plays Miss Conduct, preternaturally wise advice columnist in the Boston Globe Sunday magazine.

Supriya Agrawal: (affectionately called Soup) she is appearing officially on stage for the second time since college, making her debut with T@F's production of She Kills Monsters (Narrator/Farrah). "Professionally" (there's really nothing professional about her) she mucks around in a pharma lab in Cambridge. Ask her about geriatric sharks. Also, she always does want to give you a hug.

Sarah Brinks: A veteran of many T@F shows, she is excited to be back IRL. Her appearances include Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (Player), Midsummer Night’s Dream (Peter Quince), Mourning Becomes Electra (Mr. Borden/ Mr. Small), Love’s Labour’s Lost (in Space) (Princess) and the FirstWorks production of Changing Lanes (Patti). Sarah thanks her endlessly supportive friends and family for their love and support. Thanks Lucas for continuing to work with me!

Lucas Brooks: After a riveting run as Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and as Orcus/Ronnie in She Kills Monsters, he is thrilled to be working with T@F once again in his directorial debut. Prior to his work with Bare Bones, he has toured the fringe theatre circuit with his own original solo works VGL 5'4" Top, Cootie Catcher and I Am My Own Cast Party.

Mack Carroll: Previously behind the scenes as Blood Apprentice in Hamlet and as director of Festival@First 10's Gyros of Olympus, Mack has come out of a pandemic hiatus that included getting married, having a baby, and competing in multiple races. Did they miss anything? Excited to be on stage this time, he thanks his wife Katie and their newborn addition.

Nathan Johnson: Born and raised in Mattapan Massachusetts, Nathan returns to the stage after his appearance as Laertes in T@F's Hamlet. He previously appeared as Berowne in Love's Labour's Lost (in Space) and was the fight choreographer for Burning, as well as choreography fights in Praxis Stage's Incident at Vichy and Jesus Hopped the A-Train. He's psyched to take on a role that doesn't involve a duel to the death!

Adam Sell: is a fan of wearing a lot of hats. Both literally and figuratively. (He and his husband have, like, 30 hats on the wall at their house.) Adam is also a prolific writer, singer, actor, and smartass. When he's not on one stage or another, he's probably at a soccer or baseball game. Find him at @ajvsell on Twitter.

Director's Note

"During times of stress, my natural response is to fall back on happy memories. So, when I was given the opportunity to direct a piece of theatre after over a year in lockdown, I immediately reached for David Ives. Ives's work practically plastered my high school theatre experience from floor to ceiling. So many selections from his anthologies have formulated the actor I am today, and I knew from the get-go that this community would have a field day with his work. I am honored to play whatever part I can in bringing live theatre back to this community, and I look forward to laughing with all of you."

--Lucas Brooks