Kim is a member of the Acting Company of the WSC Avant Bard, where he has acted in many productions of Shakespeare, Chekov, Wilde, and Tennessee Williams. He danced with the Washington Opera and was in the world premiere of Menotti's Goya on PBS. Among his many roles, he played Bertrand in Arcturus' production of 3 by Samuel Beckett.
|Evan J. Dice
Evan is a violinist, music educator, and independent composer and performer. He lives in New York City and performs electro-acoustic music regularly as ((S*5)). He wrote and performed original music for a production of Deborah Brevoort's Women of Lockerbie, András Visky's Born for Never/Backborn, and Arcturus' production of Distracted.
Ross is the founding artistic director of Arcturus and directed its productions of 3 by Samuel Beckett and Distracted as well as its staged reading of Post-Mortem. He has an M.S. from the University of Maryland Graduate School of Management and Technology.
Jasen is a recent graduate of Augustana College (IL) and a freelance graphic designer working out of the Quad Cities in the Midwest. He came into contact with Arcturus in November 2013, and has enjoyed working on all the projects to which he has contributed thus far. Since graduation he has both been running his new design business (Create Design by Jasen Hengst) and being as much a part of Arcturus as he can.
Cristen is a graduate of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, and Penn State University. She enjoys acting in the D.C. area and can be seen performing locally. She writes short plays and films in her spare time.
|J. Michael Whalen
John earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Video Production at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Since earning his degree, he has acted as cinematographer on seven feature films. His work on The 8th Plague earned him the Best Cinematography Award at the 8th Annual Chicago Horror Film Festival. He designed the sound for Arcturus' 3 by Samuel Beckett and designed the video, sound, and lighting for Arcturus' Distracted. He has also directed for film.
Wendy has been involved in Washington D.C. theater for more than four decades, during which time she has been a performer (stage, musical comedy, children's theater, opera, puppet theater, voice over, and industrial training films), administrator, producer, board member, and just about anything else that would help artistic endeavors grow. She was honored to be in Arcturus' inaugural production of 3 by Samuel Beckett as the voice of Ada in Embers.
Design: Jasen Hengst
An untitled performance John Cage organized in 1952 was seminal in the evolution of Neo-Dada. In 1960, he reworked it as this playful, abstract circus entitled Theatre Piece. Admission is free.
To be produced by special arrangement with Edition Peters.
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