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Miyaka Cochrane (Red Dwarf) has been actively involved in the Sonoma County theatre scene for 13 years and has appeared in over 30 productions. He can usually be found at Sonoma County Repertory Theater where he works as a Teaching Artist and Coordinator for the Young Actors Conservatory. In October he will study at the Dell Arte International School in Blue Lake where he will learn Mime, Melodrama & Clowning. He is delighted to be of this wonderful Ensemble and wishes to thank all those involved for their passion & commitment.

Bob Engel (Phish) has recently returned to acting after a decades long pause. He was a founding member of Chicago’s Organic Theater. In 1970 he had the title role in the Organic’s adaptation of Moliere’s Candide, which played in Chicago and the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York. Recently he has worked with The Independent Eye’s Genesis theater ensemble, appearing in Code Red at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts and Hot Fudge at the Main Street Theater.

Wendy Follen (Skeleton Woman) began tap dancing at age eight.  She has been a principal dancer with Redwood Empire Ballet, a soloist with Choral Artists of California, cabaret theatre lead, gospel choir member, and good old rock ‘n roll band backup singer and keyboardist.  Lucky enough to have worked locally with the dynamic forces at Actors’ Theatre, Loading Zone, Old Vic Players, and Raven Theatre, she is proud to be a part of bringing Skeleton Woman to the stage. 

Christina O'Reilly (Playwright/Director) has always dreamed of creating theater that would include poetry, music, movement.  The dream began in the 70’s got fanned with studying Indian Classical Dance for 8 years and began to take root in choreography, dance, and acting classes at Sonoma State, Studio Be, ACT, Dell’Arte, Shakespeare and Co. and Anne Bogart's Siti Company.  She was a founding member of the Loading Zone.  Poetry is her religion.  Fairytales her play.

Brooke Schulte (Ange) has been involved at Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma for two years and has worked with David Lear, Conrad Bishop, and Sheri Lee Miller. She trained in gymnastics for eight years. She is drawn to magical characters, and has played the Snow Queen in Hans Christian Andersen and the Elf Queen in the Hobbit. She is excited to be a part of this production and hopes that everyone will enjoy the work that she brings to the stage.

Jennifer Weil (Woman) came from Hollywood, bought some Root shoes, and stayed. Among her numerous bay area credits: her recent portrayal of multiple characters in the The Arab-Israeli Cookbook (TheatreFirst, Oakland). author, playwright, and award-winning poet, she is amember of Actors' Equity and happy to have been a middle school teacher, live manikin, short order cook, personnel secretary, yoga teacher, and journalist. Ms. Weil's newest book is Marvin's Lump. She lives in Santa Rosa with dog, husband, and too much dust.