Monday, February 24, 2014

Meet Our Newest Associate Artists

We are thrilled to introduce our newest group of Associate Artists!

Susannah Flood
With the Civilians, Susannah appeared in Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play (Playwrights Horizons). Other favorite New York projects include  Love and Information (New York Theater Workshop), Sylvia in Tribes (Barrow Street Theater); Phoebe in As You Like It (The Public/NYSF); Bird in Hand (Fulcrum Theater); Baby Screams Miracle (Clubbed Thumb); Okay (Ensemble Studio Theatre). Regional credits include two seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (including Mayella Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird and Ophelia in Hamlet); Travesties (McCarter Theater); A Civil War Christmas (world premiere, Long Wharf Theatre); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hartford Stage); Quilters (Denver Center Theatre Company); Our Town (Trinity Repertory Company – IRNE nomination for Best Actress); Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare in Santa Fe); boom (world premiere, Brown/Trinity Playwrights Repertory Theatre), among others. She's a graduate of UC Berkeley and Brown/Trinity (MFA).

Rebecca Hart 
Rebecca Hart is an actor and singer/songwriter based in NYC.  Current/upcoming projects include The Civilians’ ‘The Great Immensity’ at the Public Theater, and the  hip hop theatre piece ‘How to Break’ (as actor and songwriter) at the Spkrbox Festival in Oslo, Norway. Film: ‘Young Adult’ (Paramount), ‘Wendell & the Lemon’ (Imperfect Films). NY Stage:  ‘Uncle Vanya’ (Target Margin/HERE), ‘Son of a Gun’ (Beckett/Theatre Row), ‘Dead City’ (New Georges),  ‘Vendetta Chrome’ (Clubbed Thumb), ‘Love Sucks’ (NYMF) and the original rock musical ‘STRUCK’ (co-written with Bob Saietta) at the 2011 Ice Factory Festival (New Ohio).  Regional credits include the premiere of 'The Great Immensity' at Kansas City Rep, the 35th and 37th Humana Festivals at Actors Theatre of Louisville, the 2010 O'Neill Playwrights Conference, and the 2011 O'Neill Music Theatre Conference.  She is an alum of Brown University's Theatre department, the Public Theater Shakespeare Lab, and the Maggie Flanigan Studio's two year training program.  She ‘plays out’ regularly in collaboration with the folk band The New Students, and co-writes a food blog (A Mouse Bouche: the Hart Sisters Eat Life) with her sister Megan.

Terri Kohler
With the Civilians:  Brooklyn at Eye LevelParis Commune, In the FootprintThe Great Immensity 
New York Cheri (Signature Theater), The Designated Mourner (The Public/Tfana), In Darfur, (The Public), The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The School for Lies, The Forest (CSC), Belleville, The Black Eyed (NYTW), We are Proud...., Orange, Hat & Grace (Soho Rep), Orpheus X (Tfana), Garden of Earthly Delights (2 Step), Killers and Other Family (Rattlestick), Angel Reapers (The Joyce Theater), Don Juan in Prague (BAM)
Regional: As You Like It (Two River Theater Company), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare on the Sound), Wild Swans (American Repertory Theater/ The Young Vic), Quixote (Stillpoint Productions), Carmen (Madison Opera), I Just Stopped By to See the Man, God’s Man in Texas (Geffen Playhouse), Oedipus, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, La Dispute, The Sound of a Voice (American Repertory Theater), Moscow: Cherry Tree Towers, The TenderlandOffenbach!!! (Bard Summerscape) The Tales of Hoffman (New Orleans Opera).

Alyse Alan Louis
The Civilians: Workshop of Times Square (Pammy) at Joe's Pub and Let Me Ascertain You.
NYC: Broadway: Mamma Mia! (Sophie). Off Broadway: City Center Encores: Bells Are Ringing; Lucille Lortel: The Civil War; LaMama ETC: Camp Wanatachi; CAP21:The Daughters
Regional: Wendla in Spring Awakening (dir. Steve Cosson) at Olney Theatre Center; Philadelphia Theatre Company: NERDS (Thekla); Pittsburgh City Theatre: POP! Who Shot Andy Warhol? (Valerie Solonas); Revision Theatre; Prince Music Theatre; Walnut Street Theatre.
BFA NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

Nedra McClyde
NEDRA McCLYDE believes our job is to unfold what is already within us. She hails from Mitchellville, Maryland and received her MFA from the Actors Studio Drama School. Member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre, recipient of New Dramatist Charles Bowden Award,  NYIT Best Leading Actress nominee, and two-time AUDELCO Award nominee. Recent theater includes Mr. Burns at Playwrights Horizons, Good People at The Old Globe. Television/Film: Blue Bloods, As the World Turns, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, 30 Rock and One Life to Live. Please visit

Sam Pinkleton
Sam Pinkleton is a New York City-based director and choreographer. As a choreographer, his work includes the recent Broadway revival of Machinal (Roundabout) and the Off-Broadway productions of Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (Kazino), Mr. Burns... (Playwrights Horizons), Marie Antoinette (Soho Rep), Stage Kiss (Playwrights Horizons), and Buyer and Cellar (Barrow Street). Other recent work includes Spring Awakening (Olney Theater Center), The Material World (Dixon Place) and Love Machine (Incubator Arts Project). As a director, Sam has developed and directed new work with The Vineyard Theatre, Ars Nova, The O’Neill, Joe’s Pub, Abingdon Theatre Company, Primary Stages, Rattlestick, and City Theatre. Sam is co-director of The Dance Cartel’s long-running ONTHEFLOOR at the Ace Hotel. As part of The Civilians R&D group, he is developing a new music theatre work loosely based on the life of Marie Curie and other radioactive terrors with Maggie-Kate Coleman and Erato A. Kremmyda. Sam teaches Bustin’ Moves  at NYU and is a company member of Witness Relocation. Upcoming choreography projects include Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief (Theatreworks USA/Lucille Lortel), Fly By Night (Playwrights Horizons), and A Little Night Music (Berkshire Theatre Festival).

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