Artists and Artisans.

The Actors

(In alphabetical order)  

Emily Barret

Ghiselle Camden

Stephen Farbman

Arthur “Bookworm” Wingate

Stephen Farbman began acting around the age of 7, and has been in numerous productions of various mediums throughout his nearly 30 years of life including stage, television, interactive theater, film, radio, and even video games. While acting is a passion for him, he is currently working as in educator in Los Angeles, and hopes to eventually balance his time teaching college on a collegial level and working on passion projects, such as this production of Mickey and Worm as well as the yearly masquerade known as the Labyrinth of Jareth, where he performs consistently as one of the goblin characters. It was in fact through this experience that he met many of the other cast members of this fine production. Stephen sincerely hopes that you enjoy the telling of this story, and thanks you for your support in helping to make it a reality.

Wolfman Dave Pereyra

Lou Attwater

David M. Pereyra is a Los Angeles native and long-time storyteller. Under the alias "Wolfman Dave", he writes and performs as an acoustic musician, erring on the side of American and European folk as well as the blues; he also performs as a musical comedian, improv artist, and slam poet. On stage, his acting credits include a healthy helping of Shakespeare and twentieth-century musicals, and his playwright credits include the last year's Halloween show, "Scary Stories to Tell at Bar One", and the Christmas show, "What the Dickens?! (and Other Stories)". He looks forward to his silver-screen debut in the film "Broken Spirits" upon its release next year. He hopes you enjoy the show!

Ryan Phillips

Mickey Donegan

Ryan is exited to help launch the radio play and new tour of Mickey & Worm.  Ryan would like to thank his incredible director for bring this to life, the writer for creating it, and cast for coming together through everything. I hope to work with all of you again.   This performance is dedicated to his lovely wife, director and fellow producer Ghislaine.  To infinity.

Kendra Smith

Margie

Kendra comes to this show with 3 years of experience from TrebleMakers, including working on Music Man Jr., where she helped both behind the scenes as well as performed on stage!  In addition she has several years’ worth of experience as a private music teacher

Korinne Smith

Madeline Ball

Ian Williamson

Barnaby Jones

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Behind the Curtain

 

Ghislaine

Director

Ghislaine is a producer, writer, a director, a (classically trained) singer, an actress and apparently a Jill-of-all-trade.  Catch her this July as Piingu Meh’hukah, The Goblin Opera Singer at The Annual Labyrinth Masquerade Ball at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.  Ghislaine would like to thank this amazing team of actors, artists, crew, family and friends that have worked so hard to make this vision a reality.  Special thanks go to her talented and supported husband Ryan, who proves every day that while “A Good Man is Hard to Find”, he’s well worth waiting for!  

John McKinley

Playwright

John is a member of the Dramatist’s Guild (DG) and the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP).  He’s appeared in, produced, or directed, in over 30 productions over the past 18 years in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.  Monterey Media has produced seven of John’s scripts for their “Theatre of the Mind” audio series which is widely available.  In association with William Peter Blatty (The Exorcist), John directed the world premiere of Twinkle, Twinkle, “Killer” Kane.  Many of his shorter plays have been produced abroad, and some of his full-length plays have also received staged readings.  Mickey & Worm, a full-length “film noir” period piece, with gangsters and gats, mobsters and molls, double-crosses and more than one femme fatale, has received two previous productions. John is currently working on two other full length plays, (along with intermittent shorter ones).  

Luis Miranda

Sound Engineer

Lu is a broadcast, live audio & mix engineer and multi instrumentalist. He works out of his home studio in North San Diego. A career spanning over the last 12 years recording and mixing most genres of music including salsa, reggae, hip hop, funk/soul, jazz, Americana/folk and thrash metal. Lu works with immerging artists as well as established artists of all career levels. Recent artists include Ziggy Marley, Tim McGraw, and Band Of Skulls. He also has extensive experience working in audio advertising producing commercials for such clients as Range Rover, Live Nation, Universal Music, and McDonalds to name a few.

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