Monday, April 2, 2018

INTERVENTION INTENTION by Nancie Pacheco - Creative Team

INTERVENTION INTENTION Written & Directed by Nancie Pacheco

Time:  The present.  Place:  The Kitchen.

Characters in order of appearance

Beth ........................Terri Corigliano

Bobbie ....................Jennifer Nadeau

Lynn ........................Kandie Carle

Jen ..........................Nicole Morin

Who’s Who

Kandie Carle (Lynn) hails from East Haddam CT, and has been a theatre professional for over 30 years, performing in everything from musical theatre to Shakespeare. Most recently touring New England as actor / director of the 1930 live-action radio drama Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Speckled Band. Kandie is the Producing Artistic Director of the East Haddam Stage Company, in residence at Gillette Castle State Park. She also tours with her one-woman shows: Victorian Lady, Edwardian Lady and Fashion in Fiction, clothing in Jane Austen’s Novels.

Terri Corigliano (Beth) is thrilled to be making her New York debut in Intervention Intention. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Saybrook Stage Company based out of the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. Saybrook Stage has produced plays every January and July at The Kate since 2010. Terri is a member of SAG-AFTRA and an accomplished voice actor. She received her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and is an Adjunct Professor at Quinnipiac University where she teaches Public Speaking and Media History.

Nicole Morin (Jen) is a native of Connecticut and is thrilled to be part of this production. Her Theatre credits include: Mrs. Beaver in The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, Susan in Veronica's Room, and Brynhild in The Mythology Project 2.0. Recent film credits include: Mrs. Hamel in Room 7 and Abigail (V.O) in Contrived (Trailer).

Jennifer Nadeau (Bobbie) is a 20 plus year veteran of stage, film, dance, and voice over. She has portrayed many roles in regional theater and television credits include Lifetime movies, Wishing and Hopin and Sorority Nightmares. Her passion for dance began with ballet and has transitioned into a love for studying and performing Turkish and Egyptian belly dance. She has developed a successful voice over business focusing on ELearning, narration, and audiobooks. She in incredibly grateful to participate in The Strawberry Festival and to be working with such a talented group of woman. 

Nancie Pacheo (Playwright/Director) is the writer and director for, Intervention Intention. This one act dramatic comedy is her latest work and favorite genre to produce. Much of the content is satirical with an underlining hint of reality. Performed by this talented cast, they create an amazing sense of authenticity and realism to their characters as if “eavesdropping” on the foursome without their knowledge. Nancie has been involved in Theatre both on and off stage for most of her life. Her credits include, Shooting from Half Court, an original play performed for the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Arts Center; Dear Friends, the O’Neill Theatre; The Real Thing, Hampton Theater, Westhampton, NY; Time of the Cuckoo, John Drew Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY; The Calendar Girls, Township Theater, Huntington, NY; A Show Dog’s Tale, Northport One-Act Festival, Northport, NY and St George Historical Productions, Centerport, NY.  Nancie is thrilled that Intervention Intention was selected to be a part of the Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival and is so incredibly proud of her brilliant cast. Special thanks to, Stage Manager, Marylou Burns, for her commitment and attention to detail. As well as our photographer, John Orfitelli aka “Joe” in our Video Diary.

Marylou Burns (Stage Manager) received a Bachelor of Science degree in education at Springfield College and earned numerous awards during her twenty-seven year career. She is thrilled to put her talents to work as stage manager for the cast of Intervention Intention.

Series B:  Wed, May 16th @ 8:30pm & Thurs, May 17th @ 6pm

JUST LIKE THE MOVIES By Peter Scarpinato
Believe in the magic of love!

I thought trophy wives were supposed to be 20 years younger.

JANET & JOYCE By Alex McFarlane
They say blood is thicker than water.  But it may not be the case with Jane and Joyce.

Is your relationship strong enough to withstand scrutiny by the closest people in your lives?  Could it pass the test of an intervention?

The Strawberry One-Act Festival May 16, 2018 – May 27, 2018
At Theatre 54 @ Shetler Studios
244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor, NYC
Between 7th & 8th Avenue
Trains: B,D or E to 7th Avenue.  #1 train to 50th Street.

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