Introducing the Cast for the 2015 Thespis Festivals' Production of "Tell Tale."
Luke Hoback
Luke is thrilled to be involved in the world premiere production of Tell Tale! Some recent credits include: Merrily We Roll Along (Tyler), Next to Normal (Gabe), Henry and Mudge (Henry), All Shook Up (Dean Hyde), Judy Kuhn: American Songbook @ Lincoln Center, and readings of Far From Canterbury and The Battles. A huge thank you to the cast and entire creative team, family and friends, and corgis for being a constant inspiration. Ithaca College BFA Musical Theatre. Proud AEA member.
Erik Parillo
New York credits include understudy in Mindgame (Soho Playhouse) directed by the late Ken Russell, Perfect Crime (Snapple Theatre), The Nose (The Met Opera) as an actor for development and performances. Regional credits among many more include Lips Together Teeth Apart with a Best Supporting Actor Award at The Zach in Austin followed by a nomination as Best Supporting Actor for Omnium Gatherum at the same theatre , Deathtrap (The Fulton, PA and St. Michaels Playhouse, VT), Romeo and Juliet (North Shore Music Theatre), Sherlock Holmes: Final Adventure (Penobscot Theatre, ME), McReele (Wellfleet Theatre, MA), Dracula (Mt. Holyoke Theatre) Hamlet and The Seagull in Russia and Ukraine, and recently a new play, Look Away at Theatre Squared in Arkansas. On camera roles include Pan Am - ABC, Law and Order: SVU - NBC, New York soaps, multiple independent films, and an award winning web series Mythos.
Carman Napier
Carman is thrilled to be working with such a talented cast and crew on such a fascinating project. She is grateful for the opportunity to venture inside the works of Edgar Allan Poe, with an awesome contemporary twist! Kentucky born. Boston Conservatory 2012 graduate. Proud AEA member. Visit for more info.
Jessica Kahkoska
New York: Miles and Me, Vestige (Musical Theatre Factory), At Buffalo (NYMF 2014), The Mapmaker's Opera (NYMF 2014), Pyre Cantata (FGP Playgroup), Easter Mysteries (Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew), The Quiet Clock (Stage 72). Regional: In the Heights (American Stage Company), The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It (Notre Dame Shakespeare), Ring of Fire (Lake Dillon Theatre Company), Call My Name (Smithsonian American Folk Life Festival), Godspell, City of Angels (Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center). Proud graduate of Northwestern University.
Jason Pintar
JASON PINTAR (Nick/John) loves theatre festivals and is very glad to be a part of one. Nat'l Tour: Titanic (Guggenheim/Stevedore/u/s Edgar Beane) - 2012. New York: Merrily We Roll Along, Blood Brothers, & The Secret Garden (APAC), Czolgosz in Assassins (5th Floor), Fred/Young Scrooge/Christmas Future in A Christmas Carol (WorkShop Theater), Timmy The Great (Jay Binder, dir.), Orphan Train (Pat Birch, dir.). Regional: Charlie in On Golden Pond, Mortimer in The Fantasticks & Ubazz in Avenue X (New Harmony), South Pacific (Riverside), Anything Goes (North Shore), Oliver! (Paper Mill), Olin Britt in The Music Man & Sir Dinadan in Camelot (Arrow Rock). Recordings: The Golden Apple & Misia for PS Classics, and The Music Man (Olin Britt) for Stage Stars Records. BFA-Musical Theatre, Central Michigan University. Proud member of AEA. Thanks, Tyler! Love to the folks and Ryan.