CAST & CREW
Wiesław Małachowski, Hanna Bondarewska, Magdalena Pinkowska, Gregory Patton, Emily Johnson, Eileen Sugameli, Diana Błaszkiewicz
Fat Castaway: David Bryan Jackson*
Medium Castaway: Stephen Shetler
Thin Castaway: Rob Weinzimer
Postman/Butler: T. Anthony Quinn
Interns: Gregory Patton, Emily Johnson, Eileen Sugameli, Katherine Grant-Suttie, & James Greisler, Jr.
David Bryan Jackson* (Fat Castaway) was recently seen in Henry IV, Part 1 at the Folger Theatre, where he was also in All’s Well That Ends Well and Much Ado About Nothing. Other area appearances include Via Dolorosa at Theatre J., Hamlet, Timon of Athens, The Merchant of Venice,& Henry V with the Shakespeare Theatre, The Chairs, One for the Road, and The Persians with Scena Theatre, Martha, Josie, & the Chinese Elvis at Woolly Mammoth, Guantanamo, Privates on Parade and The Invention of Love at Studio Theatre, Jumpers at WSC, Intimate Exchanges at Source Theatre, My Night With Reg at The Actors’ Theatre of Washington, How to Make an Apple Pie at the Kennedy Center, Dangerous Liaisons at Rep Stage, and Arcadia, Good, and Mad Forest, with the Potomac Theatre Project at Olney Theatre, where he was also in Amadeus, Dracula, Peter Pan, and Racing Demon. He recently directed Krapp’s Last Tape for Keegan Theatre.
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.
Stephen Shetler (Medium Castaway) studied acting at The Catholic University of America and The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He has acted in over 25 professional productions, many as a company member at Classika Theatre in Arlington. “Out at Sea” marks his return to professional theater after a hiatus of seven years.
Rob Weinzimer (Thin Castaway) was seen most recently as Judge Alvin Haley in The American Century Theater’s production of Native Son. Rob has performed at Woolly Mammoth & Theater J in staged readings in collaboration with the Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts in D.C.& is a 2008 graduate of the Honors Conservatory program at Theatre Lab.
T. Anthony Quinn (Postman, Butler) is a graduate of The Choate School, Amherst College, and Emory University. He has performed up and down the East Coast from the Atlanta Shakespeare Company in Georgia to the Weston Playhouse in Vermont.
Somewhat shockingly, this is his second time in a Mrozek play. Many years ago, he played Vatzlav in Mrozek’s masterpiece of the same name. Tony says, “I look forward to being considered the foremost interpreter of Slawomir Mrozek in the American Theater … or at least one of the biggest interpreters of his work.” Tony lives in a crowded townhouse on Capitol Hill with his wife, three children, dog, and bunny rabbit. Look for Tony playing Officer Pinky in the upcoming feature film The Six Wives of Henry Lefay.