Julienne Jones first discovered pushing boundaries and questioning norms when in Catholic pre-school she convinced everyone to pee in the sandbox for "political reasons." After learning what this term actually meant, Julienne channeled her passion for change into art. Since the sandbox incident, Julienne's favorite credits have included Honey in Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf (James Madison University), Bobrauschenbergamerica (James Madison University), The Abominable Blogologues (Under St. Mark's Theatre), as well as various film and web productions. But her most rewarding and fulfilling project to date was her recent production of Stage Pell-Mell: The Grey Matter of Wandering Minds and the Plight of Lost Souls {or} Mumbo Jumbo: A Show in Dumbo. Julienne not only produced this spectacle of music, words, and dance, but also wrote a handful of pieces in the show. To find out more about Julienne, check out her website at:


AC Horton is a senior at University of Cincinnati (CCM) and is so incredibly excited to be a part of the FringeNYC.   AT CCM: Macbeth (Banquo), Living Dead in Denmark (Titania), Time of Your Life (Anna) REGIONAL:  Mater Facit (Cincinnati Fringe Festival), King Henry VI, Part III (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey Apprentice Company) FILM:  Bad Company (Anna), Sunday Morning (Billie Jean). Proud Member of SAG-AFTRA.


*Tom was most recently in Bedlam’s critically acclaimed, award-winning productions of “Hamlet” and “Saint Joan” at the Lynn Redgrave Theater. Other favorite New York productions include the world premieres of “The Best of Everything” at HERE Arts and “A Hard Wall at High Speed” at APAC. Favorite regional productions include “Richard II” at Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox, Mass., “Humble Boy” at the Publick Theater Boston, and the world premiere of “Questa” at the Court Theater in Los Angeles. Tom has appeared in a few movies including “Avenging Angel,” where he was killed by Hercules, and “Crash N Burn,” where he was killed by Mr. Blonde. He has appeared in various television shows including “The Shield,” “Criminal Minds,” and “CSI” (he only died in one of those). Tom is a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA. His website is - it’s probably done by now.

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Mason O’Sullivan is a Southern transplant from Virginia.  Mason earned his BA in Film and Video studies, with a concentration in Performance, from George Mason University at which he was nominated for best actor in a production of THIS IS OUR YOUTH (Warren).   Having been involved with many productions, both theater and film, he continues to use his experience in the big apple today - working with agencies such as Abrams Artists.  He loves and appreciates what he does, the people he works with, and looks forward to new experiences and opportunities in the performance world. 


*Patricia Randell recently received the Supporting Actress Award of Merit in the 2014 Best Shorts Competition for her performance in writer/director Paul Kelly's “My Day” and will soon re-unite with the same creative team to work on Mr. Kelly's next film “Last Words.”  She played the role of FDIC chairwoman Sheila Bair in the 2011 Emmy Award nominated and SAG Award winning HBO film “Too Big to Fail,” directed by Oscar Winner Curtis Hanson and starring a cast of luminaries including Paul Giamatti, Billy Crudup, William Hurt, Cynthia Nixon, Ed Asner and many others.  Last spring, she co-starred in the critically praised premiere of Daniel Reitz's “You Belong To Me,” as part of EST's annual Marathon of one-act plays. She has garnered five raves in The New York Times for her portrayals of characters as diverse as the gregarious lesbian in Christopher Durang's wild parody of “The Glass Menagerie” to her portrayal of Greer Garson in “Random Harvest,” a performance singled out for praise by all 16 critical forums in NY that covered it.   Ms. Randell’s Off-Broadway credits are numerous and varied, and regionally she has appeared at many of the top theatres across the country. Her film work also includes features “Islander” with Philip Baker Hall, “Approaching Union Square,” which debuted on The Sundance Channel in 2008.  On TV she has appeared on many soaps, the original “Law & Order” and a sitcom pilot, “The Match.” A member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, she has been a teaching artist at Brooklyn College, EST, The William Inge Center, and privately coaches professional actors as well as students who have subsequently been accepted into Juilliard, BU, and other major theater programs. She has been the Associate Artistic Director of New River Dramatists since 2011.


Bruce is an American theatre director, film director, producer and a professional actor. He has directed theatre productions and films such as Dejavu; 3/14; Second Chance; Three Women dating Henry; Loose Ends; Echoes (NYC Theatre Directors’ Project 2012); YANA; Killers and Other Family; Sonnet 40.  Bruce also played a lead role in Salsa during the 2nd annual Venezuelans in NYC festival. His institutional film, Green Print was nominated & awarded a Service Industry Advertising Award (SIAA) Gold Medal.  Bruce enrolled in graduate film program at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University where he studied film directing under the world-class directors like Spike Lee, William Railey, Boris Frumin. He is also an alumnus of the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute where he received a full scholarship to study the Strasberg’s ‘method’ acting and intensely trained by teachers like Anna Strasberg, Irma Sandrey, Paul Calderon, Robert Ellermann, Ted Zurkowski, Geoffery Horne and Frank Corsaro (private studies). He was nominated & received the Presidential Excellence Award in teaching from New York Institute of Technology where he served as an Asst. Professor of film studies & productions. Bruce is a full member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC) and an artistic director of SQ TheatreWorks, New York City (

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REGAN HUNTE (Designer, Sound & Light)

Regan Riggs Hunte.  There are those who are taught... Those who are born with natural ability... And those who teach themselves.  Some retain their teachings to aide the pursuit of their own endeavors.   Some such as Regan Riggs Hunte.  When Riggs moved to Queens New York City 1992. He had a new understanding & appreciation for Hip Hop culture. In early 2000 artists, both signed & unsigned sought out his musical talents, requesting instrumentals & songwriting. Such artists as Alicia Keys, Nas, Mobb Deep, LL Cool J, 50 Cent, Rev Run and others.  Riggs called on his experience & talent to manage his independent record label "GoGetter Entertainment LLC" in 2005.   The fledgling GoGetter Ent. was on a rise with notable opening performances for artists like Kanye West and produced songs receiving steady rotation on College Radio, mixed cd's, public access TV and party venues.  With his gift of audio engineering, Riggs taught himself to operate sophisticated recording equipment. Multi-Track consoles, and computer programs such as Pro Tools and would find himself working alongside other senior engineers at NYC’s Winter Garden Theater and Quad studios.  He currently works as the chief audio engineer for Performing Arts at an off Broadway Prep school production theater.

KELLY SULLIVAN (Stage Manager)

Kelly Caitlin Sullivan holds a BFA in acting and BA in psychology from the University of Central Florida. She has spent the last 5 years touring the U.S. as both an actor and stage manager with various regional theatres including FoodPlay Productions, Theatre IV, California Theatre Center, and Vital Theatre Company. Recent projects include the HAIR National Tour, Blogologues, and the NYMF run of Oprahfication. 


Taylor Lane Ross is thrilled to be working on this incredible show. This is her third year with FringeNYC. Previously, she has interned for The Nederlander Producing Company (marketing), Boneau-Bryan Brown (press), and IRT Theater (company management). In addition to working on this show, you can catch her as Susie in FringeNYC’s Fatty Fatty No Friends at the CSV Flamboyan. Regional and other credits include Urinetown (Little Sally), Bat Boy: The Musical (Ruthie Taylor/Ned), Hairspray (Tracy Turnblad), A Flea in Her Ear (Nanette/Perrier), Les Miserables (Eponine), and An American Tragedy by Charles Strouse (Mary/Hester). Nominated for several awards including Person to Watch and Best Actress Under 25. She studied at Italy’s Accademia dell' Arte and graduated from Muhlenberg College with a degree in theater and music.

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Beth (Strome) Solin is an installation artist, poet and songwriter. She has recently published an article on her work in the July 2014 issue of LASH magazine, distributed in Paris, Berlin, and NYC. She has been awarded The Memorial Foundation For Jewish Culture Grant, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and the Eben Demarest Trust Award. Through her work, Beth investigates how her own body and instincts relate to those of other animals - human and non-human. Recently she completed a book of poetry, which over the past two years she developed into songs. MOTH, the sound track in the TEXT OF SEX, was a collaboration with guitarist and film industry colleague, Shannon Winters. As a member of the United Scenic Artists Union, Local 829 she worked on NYC based films for 18 years during which time she earned a Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University. She received her BFA in Sculpture and Minor in Italian from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Beth is currently working on a new installation while simultaneously producing an album ‘The Moth, the Streetlight, and the Moon’ © 2013.


Sean Bartholomew born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He is a brother, uncle, husband and a father.  In his early years coming up in a tough neighborhood like East Flatbush, staying out of trouble was a hard thing to do. Through his adulthood he found fashion to be his ongoing interest. Sean Bartholomew is the Founder/CEO of clothing company Danny Joseph New York®. The line was developed in 2012 as an Urban/Casual line with a two-part twist into high fashion. DJNY has two separate lines to cater to the urban and high fashion sources. With Sean’s urban line already on it’s way he is excitedly awaiting his upcoming release of the high end side of DJNY. You can expect a very unique take on his fashionable view from his cuts, styles, fabrics down to the smallest details. website: Network: , 

*Denotes member of Actors' Equity Association

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