Todd Lawson---He was last seen in the World Premiere of the award by u8BO3ah

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									Todd Lawson (Riley) was last seen in the World Premiere of the award-winning play
Stone My Heart at the Cincinnati Playhouse. Broadway: Summer and Smoke. Off-
Broadway: Young Playwrights Festival. National Tour: A Funny Thing Happened on
the Way to the Forum. New York: Unnatural Acts (OOBR Award), Urban Rock Project
(founding member); Alphabet City III at the Metropolitan playhouse. LA: Title role in
The Body, Nomad Theatre Co.(founding member) Regional: The Repertory Theatre of
St. Louis, Delaware Theatre Co., Key West Theatre Festival, Bay Street Theatre, The
Wilma, The Human Race Theatre Co., and Stamford Center for the Arts. Todd has also
been seen as Daniel Flanagan in A Celtic Celebration with Symphony Orchestras around
the country.

Alan Shaw (Ensemble) is making his debut in the Fringe Festival this year. A recent
graduate of Circle in the Square Professional Workshop in New York, Alan also attended
Interlochen Arts Academy in Northern Michigan. Being active during his summers, Alan
has been part of the Tanglewood Young Artist Program in Massachusetts and Culver
Military Academy in Northern Indiana. Alan would like to thank all of the cast and crew
of Only a Lad, his friends for all their amazing support, and his family for always lifting
him up to be among the stars. “Art is My Life, Life is My Art”

Thom Miller (Brett): Thom is thrilled to be making his Fringe Festival debut with this
rockin' show and even more rockin' cast! A recent graduate of the North Carolina School
of the Arts, Thom was seen most recently as Jared in the American premiere of Mental:
The Musical at the Cherry Lane Theatre and at the North Shore Music Theatre in A
Christmas Carol. Favorite past roles include: Raleigh in Journey's End, George Jones in
The Women of Lockerbie, Sky in Guys and Doll's, and Robbie Faye in A Man of No
Importance. Thanks to Talentworks and oceans of love to my friends, family, and my
"leading lady" for all of their patience, love and support. You all are my world!

Eric Shelley (D Minus) favorite roles include: Doody in the European Tour of Grease,
Harold in Harold & Maude at Theatreworks Palo Alto (Dean Goodman Choice Award –
Principal Actor), Ethan in Shortly After Takeoff at the Harbor Theatre Company, Peter in
Peter Pan (non-musical) at the Asolo Theatre, Colin in The Secret Garden (nonmusical)
at Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Studio Arena Theatre, Dickon in The Secret
Garden (musical) at Fulton Opera House, Artful Dodger in Oliver! at Gateway Playhouse
and Westchester Broadway Theatre, Curly in Peter Pan at Pioneer Theatre Company,
Greenshow at Utah Shakespeare Festival, The Fantasticks at Brown County Playhouse.
Film: Second Born.

Victoria Dicce (Mary) is thrilled to be part of Only a Lad, and it marks her NY Fringe
Festival debut! Other NYC credits include The Mermaid (Tosos II), Haunted: A New
Musical (BMI Workshop), Homeric Hymns (Lyric Theatre of New York), Pigeon Play
(Emerging Artists Theater) and Staged Readings with The Keen Company and The Lyric
Theatre of New York. Favorite Regional credits include Ubu Roi (Empty Space
Theater), Touch of Rapture (New Jersey Repertory), Mineola Twins (Theater Schmeater),
and Mirabelle, a Breeze (Seattle Children's Theatre). TV: All My Children and Lifetime.
She is a graduate of Seattle University and continues her studies at the William Esper
Studio and Studio La Fenice. Love to Sam and my family!

Jon Rosen (Wolf, Judge, Principal Kellerman) Jon has appeared regionally at The
Kentucky Rep, the Meadowbrook Theater, West Virginia Public Theater, The Warehouse
Rep, The New Theater, Carousel Theater, Gloucester Rep, among others. In New York
he appeared in Lost Highway, the Hank Williams Story at the Little Shubert Theater, and
off Broadway in Destinations at the Emerging Artists Theater. He played the piano for
Whoopie's Littleburg, a Nickelodeon TV show starring Whoopie Goldberg, Rosie Perez,
and others. Jon is currently musical supervisor and arranger in NYC for the first national
tour of Urban Cowboy, the Musical, which hits the road in January '07.

								
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