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Asymmetric: Who's Who in the Cast
Josh: Kevin Bergen*
Zach: Ross Beschler*
Ford: Eric Rolland*
Sunny: Kim Carson*

*All of the actors appear courtesy of Actors' Equity Association.

Kevin Bergen (Josh) is a member of the Resident Ensemble of Artists at People's Light & Theatre and has appeared in over twenty People's Light productions. Other Philadelphia region credits include: Wilma Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Bristol Riverside Theatre, and InterAct Theatre Company. Kevin has acted at numerous other Regional Theatres including The Shakespeare Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare, The Studio Theatre (D.C.), and the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival. He has toured the US with Shenandoah Shakespeare and abroad with American Repertory Theatre's acclaimed production of The King Stag directed by Andrei Serban and designed and choreographed by Julie Taymor. Kevin has acted Off and Off-off-Broadway and appeared in independent films, on daytime tv's The Guiding Light, and in several industrials and commercials. He is a graduate of the American Repertory Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University.

Ross Beschler (Zack) is pleased to be appearing with New City Stage for the very first time. Other area companies include the Wilma Theater (Our Class), EgoPo Productions (The Golem, Hell, Marat/Sade, Waiting for Godot), Theatre Exile (Knives in Hens, Hunter Gatherers), People's Light & Theatre (The Master Builder, End Days), Delaware Theatre Company (Lucy), and Gas & Electric Arts (Cabinet of Wonders). In New York, Ross has been a frequent collaborator with Brooklyn-based performance group Object Collection, and has also performed with The Flea, Vital Theater, Polybe & Seats, and many others. Ross currently teaches acting at Rowan University. MFA: Temple University. Love to BG, fellow super-sleuth.

Kim Carson (Sunny) is happy to make her New City Stage debut. She was most recently seen as the title role in Becky Shaw at the Montgomery Theater.   Kim's other credits include 59 E. 59 Street Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Arden Theatre, Bristol Riverside, PA Shakespeare Festival, Theatre Exile, Mauckingbird Theatre, InterAct Theatre, John W. Engeman Theatre, and Azuka Theatre, where she earned a Barrymore Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Next up: Gypsy at Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA. Many thanks to my family and much love to Matt!

Eric Rolland (Ford) is making his first appearance as an AEA member with New City Stage Company. Recent stage credits: Othello and To Kill A Mockingbird at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey; Dinner With Friends, River Valley Rep; A Thousand Clowns, Two River Theater; Our Town, Holmdel Theatre Company; The Undiscovered Country, Scandinavian American Theater Company, NYC; Spin and I Didn't Want a Mastodon, Centenary Stage Company; Mister Jack, Drilling Company, NYC; Classic 8, Cherry Pit, NYC; Sylvia, Highlands Playhouse, NC; Barrymore & Mrs. Gould, Georgian Court; Hound of the Baskervilles, Man of the Moment and Improbable Fiction, Black River Playhouse; The Odd Couple, Dealer's Choice, and Social Security, Strand Theater. Film credits: Meet Cute, Family Bondage, Porcelain, Agony, The Beach. Eric trains with Katie Bull and with the Acting School at the Atlantic Theater Company. He studied theater at Temple University.


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