The plaYers


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Victoria is a Brooklyn-based actor, who has been a part of this passion project with the beautiful Leelee Stranger since its conception. Since having trained at Playhouse West Brooklyn Lab, she has played such roles as Andy Warhol in Leelee's film Traveling With Ani, Trisha in the original play Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda, and Becca in The Rose Garden, for which she won the Best Actress award at the 2017 North East Film Festival. She is so stoked to have this project and its team in her life and would like to thank her family and friends for not calling her crazy everyday.


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Marc is an actor based in New York and is excited to be a part of Rebellion Dogs. Amongst his favorite roles: Victor in Lou Gehrig Did Not Die Of Cancer (upcoming at Theater Under St. Mark's, Sept. 17,18,19th 2017), Sid in Waiting For Lefty and Macbeth in Macbeth. He would like to thank all of his family and friends for their support. 




Tyler Reed is an American actor. He has studied most recently at Playhouse West and with Elizabeth Kemp. He made his Off-Broadway debut last April with the Chain Theater in their production of In the Boom Boom Room by David Rabe. He is thrilled to be a part of Rebellion Dogs and the talented team around LeeLee. Sweetly remembering Elizabeth Kemp who passed 9/1/17.


The production team includes: 

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CARLOTTA BRENTAN (Associate Producer)

Carlotta Brentan is an actor & producer. Recent acting credits: Erik Ehn's Clover (La MaMa Experimental Theater Club, world premiere), Kairos Italy Theater's The Worth of Women (Access Theater, world premiere), Frank J. Avella's Vatican Falls (Planet Connections Theater Festivity 2017, 'Outstanding Actress in a Reading' nomination.) Executive Producer since 2013 of In Scena! Italian Theater FestivalHonored to be part of this team of artists who strive for truth & excellence at all costs. 



COURTNEY TORRES (Stage Manager) 

Courtney has performed and worked with and in several independent theater companies and festivals throughout New York City; she was presented the 2016 Adelphi University Film Festival award for best actress. Courtney is completely inspired to be working with such an elite cast and crew. "I think a writers job is to provoke questions, to demand answers from the seats of one thousand and one thoughts with no where to run. To supply and demand response from themselves and the people they’ve embodied one minute, one month, three years ago. Or the people they’ve never been. It’s to make space for things like alternatives and likelihoods to exist and to remind us to talk about those alternatives and likelihoods to each other." - Courtney


JARED MYERS (Light and Sound Design)