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Christina Dunham
"Janet"
Nick Lowe
"Tam Lin"
Talaura Harms
"Margaret"

Troy Acree
"Lord Aberdeen"

Randi Sobol
"Lady Roxbrugh"

Mike Durell
"Lord Dunbar"
Nancy Nagrant
"Faerie Queen"
Skid Maher
"MacDougal"/"Sterling"


Jason Hare
"Sullivan"/"Douglas"


Len Childers
"Thompson"/"Ross"

N.G. McClernan - author/director

N.G. McClernan is the founder of NYCPlaywrights, a group of writers and actors who meet each Wednesday in Greenwich Village to develop new works through readings. McClernan's plays have been produced in New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia, PA.

Suzanne Apicella - stage manager

Suzanne is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland and very happy to be working with Mergatroyd Productions. She has worked on numerous productions as a stage manager or assistant, including The Fastest Woman Alive, The Goat, Scapin, The Capital Mall and Love's Fire.

Rich Baker - sound designer

Almost since birth, Rich has been making sounds, many of which have been used in a variety of media. He is entering his second year of sound design work for Tam Lin. Currently Rich is focusing on web and multimedia technologies, working as the Web Administrator for Safe Horizon, the nation's leading nonprofit victim assistance, advocacy, and violence prevention organization.

Cheri Cunningham - costume designer

Cherie is pleased to be working with Mergatroyd Productions for the first time. She is currently employed by Parsons-Meares, and has been building costumes for Broadway and Disney over the last few months. Earlier this year she toured the country with The Acting Company as their Wardrobe Supervisor and Wig Mistress, and then worked on two shows, Turn of the Screw and Two Gentlemen of Verona which had a short Off Broadway run. Two years ago she was a Costume Coordinator for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Recent design credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream with The Vermont Shakespeare Company; Music from a Sparkling Planet and Jackie, an American Life with The Theater Project; and Laughing Wild with Dreamcatcher Rep. She dedicates this, and all her work, to her father.

Cory Einbinder - Fight choreography

Cory is a member of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab where he led a fight choreography workshop at the 2004 Conference. Recent fight choreography includes Lysistrata and Richard III for Edward Einhorn, The Curate’s Shakespeare As You Like It, Don Juan in Outer Space, Romeo and Juliet and the films Macbeth and Slasher. Cory is Artistic Director of Adhesive Thetaer Project where he directed and choreographed the fights for The Battles of Coxinga. With Adhesive he also directed the critically acclaimed Spring Awakening, the ensemble created Kirby and Best of HERE’s Living Room Series Les Mauvais Garcons. You can catch more of his choreography in the upcoming Robin Hood

Talaura Harms - puppet designer

Talaura's mother enrolled her in the local 4-H club when Talaura entered the 4th grade and it has since been a life of sewing machines, hot glue guns and every manner of sequin, feather, and popsicle stick. The arts and crafts of childhood extended easily to prop building when Talaura discovered the theatre. She began constructing puppets during her five seasons with Madcap Productions Puppet Theatre in Cincinnati where one of her projects was a 15 ft. tall beanstalk. In New York, she has built for the Puppet Company's Master Peter and Adhesive Theater's recent Chantecler. She prefers to make monsters, because if you don't get the ears right on a Bogle, no one really knows.

Karen Sweeney - lighting designer

Karen Sweeney usually appears on stage, but has at times exhibited her technical expertise designing lights for Hay Fever; Maggie, A Girl of the Street at Sanford Meisner and other productions in New York. Karen received her MFA from Catholic University of America where she also did light design and set design for student productions.

Naomi McClernan - production assistant

Naomi is a recent graduate of Rutgers University, and has acted as production assistant in the Mergatroyd-sponsored May 2004 Reading and the NYCPlaywrights June 2005 Reading.

Judy DeCosta - production assistant

Judy graduated with a BA in English from Mount Holyoke College. She is an aspiring writer, a published restaurant critic and an avid theater enthusiast. This is her first involvement with a stage production since high school. She has previously reviewed scripts submitted by contestants for HBO's "Project Greenlight" and is currently studying Creative Writing.