Cast Bios

(in Alphabetical order)

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Robert Dorfman* (Rick). Dark & Stormy Productions: And So It Goes, The Hothouse. Representative Theater: Broadway: To Be Or Not To Be, The Lion King, Social Security, The Normal Heart, The Drowsy Chaperone (first national tour); Off-Broadway: Classic Stage Company, Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights’ Horizons, The Public Theater, Second Stage, Long Wharf Theatre, others; over a dozen plays for the Guthrie Theater, including: Frankenstein: Playing With Fire, Indecent, The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound, Choir Boy, Freud's Last Session, Uncle Vanya, The Merchant of Venice, Candide. Recent theater: The Old Globe: The Tempest; Children’s Theatre Company: Balloonacy; MN Jewish Theatre Company: Via Dolorosa, We Are the Levinsons. Film/TV: “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO), “Fool’s Fire” (Julie Taymor, director), It Could Happen To You (Andrew Bergman, director). As Director: Shul, MN Jewish Theatre Company (April — May 2019).

Photo: Megan Engeseth

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Alex Galick* (Seth). Dark & Stormy Productions: Debut. Representative Theater: Theater Mu: A Little Night Music, The Debutante’s Ball, Purple Cloud, Twelfth Night, others; Stillwater Zephyr Theatre: Witness for the Prosecution, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Utah Shakespeare Festival; Illinois Shakespeare Festival; Swine Palace (former resident company member). Film: Only Dance Can Save Us; Sold Out; Betta Fish; The Harbinger; others. Education: Macalester College, M.F.A. Louisiana State University.

Photo: Megan Engeseth

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Sara Marsh* (Jenny). Dark & Stormy Productions: Blackbird, ‘Night, Mother, The Maids (also her professional directing debut), Fool For Love, And So It Goes, Sunshine, Extremities, The Hothouse, Speed-the-Plow, others. Representative Theater: Penumbra Theatre Company: benevolence (world premiere, as Caroline Bryant); Artistry Theater: Bad Dates (one-woman show); Children’s Theatre Company, History Theatre; Park Square Theater; Pillsbury House: Chicago Avenue Project; The Playwrights’ Center (PlayLabs, more); Gremlin Theater; Old Log Theater; many others. Film/TV: Love Always, Santa (Hallmark); Sugar & Spice (New Line Cinema/Warner Bros); The Public Domain; Best Man Down (Magnolia Pictures); How to Kill a Mockingbird; Rosie (Cannes Film Festival, shorts); Stuck in Mute; many others. Voiceover: Marsh has lent her voice to thousands of national television, radio, and internet spots (representation: VOX — Los Angeles, Wehmann Agency — Minnesota). Accolades: Nominee: Best Supporting Actress, Theater People (Season 4, Seeka TV), NYC Web Fest 2017. Marsh is the founder and Artistic Director of Dark & Stormy Productions. Visit her at

Photo: Megan Engeseth | HMUA: Crist Ballas

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Darrick Mosley* (Jeff Schrader). Dark & Stormy Productions: Debut. Representative Theater: Penumbra Theatre: benevolence (world premiere, as Clinton Melton and Medgar Evers), The Ballad of Emmett Till, Jitney, Sleep Deprivation Chamber; Guthrie Theater: To Kill a Mockingbird, Choir Boy; Mixed Blood Theatre: Pussy Valley, Colossal; History Theatre: The Great Society, All The Way, The Highwaymen; Park Square Theatre: A Raisin in the Sun; Pillsbury House: Breaking Ice; The Playwrights’ Center; others. He works with Pro-Crisis LLC assisting in crisis intervention training for law enforcement and corrections officers through improv role-playing. Film/TV: numerous commercials, films, and voiceovers. Education: B.A. in Speech & Theatre, Grambling State University.

Photo: Megan Engeseth

*Member, Actors’ Equity Association