Rachel Eddy, (Sharon/Young Ana)
Rachel Eddy is thrilled to be a part of The Number team! Most recently, Rachel co-wrote and created a short film, jew(ish), with her brother Bobby, which is currently in post-production. Some favorite theatre credits include Zaneeta in The Music Man (Sharon Playhouse), Lucy in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Mile Square Theatre), and industry readings of Medusa: a New Musical, Where Angels Fear to Tread & Ben, Virginia, and Me. You can see her in this season of Evil Lives Here, in the festival circuit with short films Good Intentions & Don't Write Me Off, and in the new summer camp series, Happy Camper Live. UCB student and proud University of Miami alumnus. Follow her on www.rachelbeddy.com, and on Instagram: @kingofeddything. .
Phil Green (Paul)
Max Beckman, (Jeff / Young Paul)
2017 B.F.A. graduate of NYU Tisch, Max studied at Stonestreet Studios with Ted Sluberski. Born and raised in Philadelphia, his training includes: NYU Tisch's Experimental Theatre Wing, Stonestreet Studios Film/TV Conservatory, International Theatre Workshop/Amsterdam, Netherlands, and the Ultimate Theatre Workshop/Bali, Indonesia. Recent work includes a guest star on Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall. Upcoming work includes Marvalee Peart's crime/action thriller, Infiltrated.
Susan O'Doherty (GG/Miriam)
Susan O'Doherty is an actor, improviser, storyteller, clinical psychologist, and hypnotherapist. She is featured in comedy shorts for The Huffington Post, Hyperbolic Media, and Upright Citizens Brigade; music videos for the singers Giselle and Roxiny and the rapper King J, and various films and videos. She is a founding member of Redshirts, the only all-women, Star Trek inspired musical improv team in the known universe. Sue is the author of Getting Unstuck Without Coming Unglued: A Woman's Guide to Unblocking Creativity (Perseus/Seal Press).
Mary McCartney (Renee)
Mary McCartney is making her New York City debut with “The Number.” She graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland this past July, and credits whilst training include: Tess in Blue Stockings, Feste in Tweflth Night, Molly in Searching for a Sunny Day, and Girl in The Hot L Baltimore. In addition to acting, Mary has taught theatre for young people all over the UK. https://marycmccartney.com
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Owen Smith, (Stage Manager)
PSM Credits: The Who's Tommy, Crazy For You, The Wild Party* and Evita all at WCSU. Regional ASM/PA credits: Disney's Newsies, Singin' in the Rain, the world premiere of Love and Other Fables, Chicago, Joseph..Dreamcoat, Ain't Misbehavin' all at Theatre by the Sea in Rhode Island.
*Kennedy Center American College Theatre Award "Honorable Mention" in stage management.
Education: Western CT State University.
RL Swartz, (Abe/Raffi)
is an accomplished character actor with experience in both the musical and legitimate stage and numerous film and television projects throughout his career. In addition to his work as an actor, he has spent much of his career teaching and introducing young people to the joys and challenges of the theatre, directing over 40 theatrical productions including the first ever high school production of The Producers.
Mary Niederkorn, (Ana)
Mary started performing first as a dancer and then as a professional opera singer. Ten years ago she started acting to broaden her creative opportunities. Recent credits include performances with ART (Violet), an Off-Broadway debut at the Hudson Guild in the title role of a new musical about Willa Cather, the Baryshnikov Center (Ragtime) and The Drama League (Iphigenia). She has also written and produced two films that were successful on the festival circuit. Her film Homophonia, was screened at three Oscar-qualifying short film festivals.
Jennifer Woods (Free / Renny)
Jennifer Woods: Originally from Texas, Jennifer received her BA in acting from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. This will be her New York debut. Read more at jenniferwoodsactor.com