GREGORY JOHNSTONE Gregory is pleased to be a part of this production. Most recently he was Holmes #3 in Holmes and Watson at the Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, FL. He performed the same role with Kinetic Theatre in Pittsburgh. He has worked with many Pittsburgh theatre companies including the CLO Cabaret Theater, barebones productions, Quantum, The REP at Point Park, PICT, City Theatre, and The Public. His film/television credits include the award-winning short Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Furtive Festivity, One Dollar (CBS All Access), The Great One and The Last Witch Hunter. He trains with Cotter Smith in Active Analysis in Pittsburgh and trained with Terry Schreiber at T. Schreiber Studio in New York City. He is a proud member of Actors’ Equity.

MEG PRYOR Meg is happy to be a part of bringing this new work to life. Recent local performance credits include:The Middle/Halina at Indecent at Pittsburgh Public Theater, Reverend Mother in Nun- sense at PMT, Killer Queen in PMT’s We Will Rock You and Miss Abigail in Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating Mating and Marriage at CLO Cabaret. Upcoming: Diana in Next to Normal at Pitt. National Tours: Grease (Marty) and Damn Yankees (Gloria). NYC: Shelley in Closer Than You Think (World Premiere), Shylock in Merchant of Venice. Regional: Aldonza in Man of La Man- cha, Mrs. Parker in Bat Boy, Serraghina in Nine, and both Sheila and Judy in A Chorus Line. Improv: UCB NYC, Magnet Theater, and Arcade Comedy Theater (The High Scores). Proud member Actors Equity Association. MFA Candidate in Performance Pedagogy at Pitt. Graduat- ed With Honors from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at CAP21 and the Classical Studio.

LAURA YUMI SNELL Laura is an actress-singer-pianist hailing from La La Land. After performing around the world as a classical pianist, she landed in NYC and became an actress. National Tours: Avenue Q, Murakami Music. NY Theatre: Murakami Music (Symphony Space), Oliver! (Signature), The Sisters (SoHo Shakes), New Creation (Dixon Place), Iolanthe (National Opera Center). Fun Facts: Regionally, she played Marcy Park in …Spelling Bee three times, she loves performing in cabarets, and she can sometimes be seen on the DailyBurn 365 workout videos. Actor-producer at Soho Shakespeare Company. Masters in Acting from Harvard University/Moscow Art Theatre.

MICHELLE DO Michelle began her theater career as a playwright, receiving her start through City Theatre Company’s Young Playwright’s Festival. Previously a screenwriting major at Point Park University, Michelle is taking time off school to write, act, and direct. Most recently, she starred as Tish in the deviant play Girl Gone at Glitter Box Theater. This young artist feels both thrilled and blessed to have the opportunity to work with so many talented people on this production and to continue to grow as an artist.

NICOLE W ROSS Nicole has always been a storyteller  for entertainment purposes- but also to explore characters and stories that most of the time people want to ignore. She is intrigued and excited to be part of LLOW because it is an exposition of  raw, brutal honesty.  Some of her performances include (Stage): Life Under Water, The Blue Room, Closer, Brilliant Traces, The Goat or Who is Sylvia, Barefoot in the Park, The Graduate.  (Indie and Short films): The Crown Affair, Cult of Cassidy, Last of the Maple Leaves, And All This, Be. In addition to performances in Music Videos, TV Pilots, Network Series and Major Motion Pictures. Currently she has two short films in development due for release in 2020 (Seven Sessions, Good). Nicole attended the Drama Conservatory at (University of) North Carolina School of the Arts focusing on the Stanislavski Method. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. Nicole is honored to be part of John Vento’s ‘Love, Lust and Other Wreckage’.

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