Ariana Broumas Farber holds a BFA from the University of Utah’s Actor Training Program (Magna Cum Laude) and has worked locally and regionally for over 20 years. She was most recently seen in Medea with the Salt Lake City Classical Greek Theater Festival. She wrote, co-produced, and starred in the Immigrant’s Daughter inaugural production of Role Play at the Salt Lake Fringe Festival in 2021 and reprised the role in 2022. She serves as Managing Director of Immigrant's Daughter.
Emily Kitterer is an alumni of Westminster College. Her technical credits include Small Box with a Revolver (Stage Manager), Tragedy Averted (Assistant Stage Manager), Goodstanding (Stage Manager),Wild Magic, Quiet Chaos (Sound Designer) and was the Production Assistant for the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival. Additionally she assisted in sound designing and engineering for Westminster’s production of Next to Normal.
TYLER KLINE (Donnie) is from Saint George, UT and is currently a third year student in the Actor Training Program at the University of Utah. Recent roles include Odysseus from The Odyssey 2019 (Dixie High School) and Ty from Sympathizer 2021 (The Box). He would like to thank his family for their support of his artistic and scholastic journeys every step of the way.
Stephanie was a founding member of Mortar Theater Company in Chicago, where she also served as Casting Director and Movement Director. As an actor and director, Stephanie has worked with such Chicago companies as Mortar Theater Company, Saltbox Collective, Pegasus Players, Chicago Dramatists, Something Marvelous, Steppenwolf, Victory Gardens, Profiles, and Second City. In Salt Lake Stephanie has directed Medea (Classic Greek Theater Festival), Defying Gravity and Cartoon (Westminster College), and A Small Box with a Revolver (Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival). Stephanie is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, Actors' Equity Association, American Theater Movement Educators and Lincoln Center Director's Lab Alum.
Sophia Van Nederveen (Svetlana) is a senior at Westminster College earning a degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Theatre. Recent roles include Damsel in Cartoon (Westminster, 2022) and Lulu in Birthday Party (Westminster, 2021). Catch her this spring starring in Westminsters upcoming production of God of Carnage as Veronica.