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Christine is an actor, writer, director, and teacher. Her first acting role was a guest star as a mean girl on one of America’s most popular shows, Sister, Sister. From there, she starred on other hit shows like Party of Five, Moesha, Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, and even experienced the fast-paced world of soap operas on General Hospital. During the early 2000s, she started directing and dove headfirst into a production of Fiddler on the Roof in the small college town of Hamilton, NY.

After her first experience directing, she caught that bug and moved to New York City. It was in NY where she wrote and performed her first solo show, Baby Cow, in FringeNYC which led to a carved out niche in the solo world. In addition to being a performer, she became the go-to director for solo shows and has personally fostered over 60 shows as a teacher of the craft. Her newest solo show, Such Nice Shoes, has had several NYC runs at the beautiful and prestigious white box space of TheaterLab. In addition to the stage, she can be seen on BULL (CBS), in the dark comedy Search Party (HBO), and recurring as the snarky M.E. on Blue Bloods (CBS) and campaign manager Jesse Hinkler on For Life (ABC).

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Andrea Dantas is a vibrant actress, director and Flamenco dancer from Brazil. She has been performing professionally for 19 years, in Brazil, Italy, England and USA, in film, theater and television. After years of working professionally in South America, she moved to Sydney, Australia to study the Meisner Technique under former Playhouse West alumni Billy Millionis, at The Actor’s Pulse, then  relocated to Europe where she continued to act and direct.


Her studies include: The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London, Teatro Olmetto in Milan and Playhouse West Los Angeles. 


Her directorial works include Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, Luigi Pirandello’s Liola, Samuel Beckett’s Endgame, What The Flowers Say a play inspired by the works of Garcia Lorca and James McLure’s Laundry and Bourbon / Lone Star. She is currently working on her one woman show, based on the life of painter   Frida Kahlo.


Kia Rogers has a professional theatre career that spans over two decades. She makes her home in New York City now and collaborates with several different theatre companies.


Her Off Broadway design includes Angeles/Almas at BAM Fisher, Made in Heaven at The SoHo Playhouse, Passage Through Light and Shadows at Theatre at St. Clement’s, Pressing Empty at Danspace, Sistas The Musical at St. Luke’s. Regional: Thieves by Charlotte Miller in LA. Selkie by Sarah Shaefer in San Francisco. International credits: Associate Lighting Designer for Slutforart/98.6 in Gothenburg, Sweden with Muna Tseng. Tours: The God Box Project with Mary Lou Quinlan, Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca and Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana. Awards: Outstanding Lighting Design for Jane The Plain with the NYITA, 2014. Kia has been a creative partner with Flux Theatre Ensemble based in New York City since 2010.

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