has recent credits that include performing in Children of a Lesser God (U/S) at Studio 54; Tribes at SpeakEasy Stage Company, Studio Theatre, and Berkeley Repertory Theatre; Beertown and Squares with Dog & Pony DC; Tales of Honor and Anchovies and Tales of Courage and Poultry with Faction of Fools Theatre Company; and numerous works at his alma mater, Gallaudet University. He was involved with National Theatre of the Deaf, performing in Journey of Identity, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, and a number of shows for young audiences. His recent directing work includes Romeo & Juliet, Cloud 9 (assistant), Dr. Faustus, The Philadelphia, and Noises Off (which gained recognition from The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival). He received his BA in Theatre Arts from Gallaudet University.
KARL GREGORY (Daniel)
recently named “Best Actor” by the Ithaca Times, Karl has been in over 45 productions at KTC. Favorite shows include: Every Brilliant Thing, Hand To God, Buyer & Cellar,Peter and the Starcatcher (SALT Award), Gutenberg! The Musical!, Fully Committed(SALT Award), SantaLand Diaries, Swimming In The Shallows, as well as title roles in A Perfect Ganesh, The Cripple of Inishmaan, and The Servant of Two Masters. Regional: Testosterone (Cherry Arts), Ever So Humble, The 39 Steps (Hangar Theatre), The Taming of the Shrew(SFSTL), The Importance of Being Earnest (Trinity Rep). NYC credits: From White Plains (Fault Line Theatre, GLAAD Media Award), FROGS (Fault Line Theatre), Mother’s Day (FringeNYC Encore Series), BecauseHeCan (Personal Space Theatrics), The Servant of Two Masters (PS122). TV: ALPHA HOUSE, NIGHTCAP. BFA- Syracuse University, MFA- Brown/Trinity Rep. He and his husband, Andrew, now split their time between NYC and Ithaca. www.karlgregory.com
ADRIANNE KRSTANSKY (Beth)
Boston area credits include Paradise Lost, Britannicus and Ubu RockAmerican Repertory Theater; Doll’s House, Come Back Little Sheba (Elliot Norton and IRNE Award) Huntington Theater Company; Every Brilliant Thing, Tribes, Body Awareness, Snakebit Speakeasy Stage Company; Blackberry Winter, Imagining Madoff, On the Verge, Holiday Memories, Three Viewings, 2.5 Minute Ride New Repertory Theater; New Electric Ballroom Gloucester Stage; The Roommate, Barbecue Lyric Stage; and GaryBoston Playwrights Theater. She has appeared regionally at the Steppenwolf Theater and La Jolla Playhouse. Film credits include principal roles in American Woman, Olive Kitteridge and The Company Men.
DEAN ROBINSON (Christopher)
is delighted to return to The Kitchen, where he has appeared in several plays, including The Cripple of Inishmaan, Swimming in the Shallows, The Chairs, Circle Mirror Transformation, and Nora. Other area performances include Sirens, Perfect Crime, and Dancing at Lughnasa (Cider Mill Playhouse), Bee-Luther Hatchee (Cornell), and White Rabbit Red Rabbit and George Kaplan (the Cherry Arts). Regionally, Dean has performed at A.C.T. (San Francisco), Trinity Repertory Theatre, American Southwest Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, and New York’s Public Theatre as well as performed in the international tour of Robert Wilson’s The Black Rider. He is a founding member of the critically acclaimed The Actors’ Gang where he has directed and acted in multiple plays including Peer Gynt, Woyzeck, Titus Andronicus, Carnage - A Comedy, The Lower Depths, and The Imaginary Invalid (directed by Beth Milles). Dean is a graduate from the Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University; he is currently an assistant professor of theatre at Ithaca College, where he teaches voice, movement, and acting.
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