Friday, March 28, 2014

The Cast That Will Inhabit "Five Mile Lake"

THE CAST;  Brian Slaten, Rebecca Mozo, Nate Mooney, Nicole Shalhoub and Corey Brill.
A blend of new and returning actors will bring a five-mile area to life in Five Mile Lake by Rachel Bonds. The story looks at small towns, where there are those who stay and those who go. Veteran SCR actors Corey Brill (Smokefall, Pride and Prejudice) and Rebecca Mozo (4000 Miles, The Parisian Woman) return alongside debut actors Nate Mooney (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Breaking Bad,” “Criminal Minds”), Brian Slaten (The Liar, “Fringe”) and Nicole Shaloub (Arabian Nights, “The Good Wife”). Read more about them below.

Corey Brill (Rufus) previously appeared at SCR in Smokefall and as Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice and is thrilled to be back. His Broadway credits include Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (understudy) and Cabaret (national tour). His regional theatre credits include Noises Off! (Actors Theatre of Louisville), The Glass Menagerie (The Kennedy Center), Doubt (Seattle Repertory Theatre); Opus (The Old Globe); Lady Windermere’s Fan and On the Razzle (Williamstown Theatre Festival), The Bay at Nice (Hartford Stage), Beauty (La Jolla Playhouse) and Twelfth Night and Three Sisters (Chalk Repertory Theatre). His television and film appearances include “Perception,” “CSI: Miami,” “Confessions of a Dog” and HBO’s “The Normal Heart.” He earned an MFA from UC San Diego.

Nate Mooney (Jamie) is making his SCR debut. He apprenticed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville and The Warehouse Theatre, as well as two years’ membership in the Williamstown Theatre Festival Non-Equity company. His television credits include “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Breaking Bad,” “Criminal Minds” and “The Riches.” He has appeared in several features including Charlotte’s Web, One for the Money, Push and Kelly Reichardt’s upcoming Night Moves.

Rebecca Mozo (Mary) previously appeared at SCR in 4000 Miles, The Parisian Woman, In the Next Room or the vibrator play, A Wrinkle in Time, Emilie: La Marquise Du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight, The Heiress and Doubt, a parable. Her other theatre credits include We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia at The Matrix Theatre Company; The Savannah Disputation (Ovation Award nomination); Educating Rita and Trying (Ovation Award nomination) at The Colony Theatre Company; The Cherry Orchard opposite Annette Bening and Alfred Molina at Center Theatre Group; Ghosts at A Noise Within; and Top Girls, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Peace in Our Time, King Lear, Cousin Bette and Pera Palas at The Antaeus Company. She also appeared in I Capture the Castle at El Portal Theatre (Ovation Award nomination for Best Actress), as well as at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Her film and television credits include The Repatriate, Zerophilia, Headless Horseman, The Waterhole, “Pizza Time,” “Cold Case” and “Medium.” She recently wrapped the web series “Kittens in a Cage,” directed by Jillian Armenante. Mozo earned her BFA from Rutgers University and studied at The Globe Theatre in London. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and The Antaeus Company.

Nicole Shalhoub (Peta) is making her SCR debut. Her theatre credits include the off-Broadway productions of The Fifth Column at Mint Theater Company and Hell House at St. Ann’s Warehouse. Regionally she has performed in American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose at Yale Repertory Theatre; Arabian Nights at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and Kansas City Repertory; Mirror of the Invisible World at Goodman Theatre; Icarus at Lookingglass Theatre Company; Snow in June, A Lie of the Mind and Six Characters in Search of an Author at American Repertory Theatre; Inana at Hartford Stage; and A Murder of Crows at Williamstown Theatre Festival. She has appeared on the television shows “Scandal,” “Criminal Minds,” “The Good Wife” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” as well as the films The International, Sex and the City 2 and Arranged. She earned her MFA in acting from the ART/MXAT at Harvard University and a BA from Columbia University.

Brian Slaten (Danny) is making his SCR debut. He has worked in various theaters in New York and Los Angeles, including The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, The Antaeus Company, Slant Theatre Project and is a member of Chalk Repertory Theater. His film and television credits include Happy 40th, Uggs for Gaza (Aspen Shortsfest), “Criminal Minds,” “Army Wives,” “Law & Order: SVU,” Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and “Fringe.” He earned an MFA from UC San Diego.

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