Outlaws and AngelsDeveloped by Richard Hopkins, Rebecca Langford, Cristin Kelly
A rousing celebration of songs by the rugged Outlaws of early Western music and the Angels who loved them.
Featuring music by legendary "outlaws" like Hank Williams, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash and "angels" such as Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton. The cast of Outlaws and Angels uses guitars and fiddles to tell the American story of lessons learned from hard knocks and lively living.
ERICA AUBREY FST debut! Erica was raised in Murray, KY on the music of outlaws and angels. She has performed country music on the stage of the famed Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN as Tammy in Stand by your man: The Tammy Wynette Story. In New York she recently performed in Museum Pieces at the Prospect Theatre Company. Favorite roles include: Hope in Anything Goes, Lizzie in Baby, and Sally in Parade. Undergrad: Belmont University, Graduate: NYU.
ALEX BRUMEL Alex is making his FST debut, having recently graduated from the University of Michigan, where his favorite role was that of the title character in The Who’s Tommy. His NYC theatrical credits include the 2001 and 2004 Roundabout/Lincoln Center productions of Spring Awakening. Alex is also a singer/songwriter whose work can be heard on his 2006 self-titled debut, and on 2007’s The Mill Stone EP. Please visit www.alexbrumel.com and www.myspace.com/themillstonepage for more information and downloads!
DOMINICK CICCO has sung and played guitar in a variety of venues. In Musical Theatre, his favorite roles are Sweeney Todd and Emile DeBecque. In Opera: Marcello and Escamillo. On TV, he has acted in shows such as HBO's "The Wire" and CBS's "Hack". In feature film, he played opposite Mark Wahlberg in a scene from Invincible. Recently, Dominick was seen on the Superbowl in a National Commercial for Coke. This is his FST debut.
MICHAEL HICKS returns to FST after music directing Laughing Matters Too and Altar Boyz last year. Michael has spent 12 seasons with The Weston Playhouse where his roles include Ethan (The Full Monty), Jewell (Floyd Collins), and Manny (Master Class). Other credits include L.M. (Pump Boys and Dinettes) at The Swine Palace, Mervin (Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming) at CFRT, and Pete Gavin (Show Boat) at The Depot Theatre. Michael teaches at NYU’s CAP 21 Conservatory.
JOANNA PARSON National Tour: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story Off-Broadway: The Audience (Drama Desk nomination, Best Musical); All the Way Home, Transport Group. Ensemble Studio Theatre, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Theatre Askew. Regional: Noel and Gentie; Henlopen Theatre Project, Radio Gals, Swingtime Canteen; Depot Theatre. Sylvia, Cloud Nine; Human Race Theatre. Cabaret/Comedy: Reddy or Not: A musical comedy tribute to Helen Reddy; The Comedy Store, Gotham Comedy Club. Film: Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding, The Nanny Diaries.
JIM PROSSER This is Jim’s eleventh season in the FST Cabaret, for which he has developed and performed in numerous shows, including The British Invasion, The Flip Side, Piano Men, Three Friends, GI Jive, and Too Darn Hot. He has also worked extensively for FST’s Education programs, writing scores for the WRITE A PLAY programs, children’s shows, and most recently The Princess and the Pea. In addition, Jim enjoys playing “on the spot” for the FST Improv Troupe.
Director | Richard Hopkins
Music Director | Tony Marcus
Costume & Scenic Designer | Marcella Beckwith
Lighting Designer | Colleen Jennings
Stage Manager | Dean Curosmith