Theatre credits include: OFF-BROADWAY: Enfrascada and Crumble (Clubbed Thumb), Flowers and Tooth And Claw (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Jailbait and Girl (Cherry Lane Theatre), War (Rattlestick Theatre), With Love, Gabe (INTAR Theatre), Women on Love (The Culture Project),The Secret of Survival (The Soho Playhouse), SCAB (Women’s Expressive Theatre) REGIONAL: So Go The Ghosts of Mexico (Sundance Theatre Lab), Boleros For The Disenchanted (Huntington Theatre Company), Donnie Darko (American Repertory Theater), A Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville), The Rest of your Life (Axial Theatre), Once Removed (Coconut Grove Playhouse), Crippled Sisters (Baltimore Center Stage), How to Act Around Cops (SOHO Theatre, London). TV/FILM: “Law & Order” (classic, “Criminal Intent” and “SVU”),”Over/Under” (pilot), Rodger Dodger, Apparition and upcoming: You Were Never Here. Flora grew up in Chicago and studied acting at Northwestern University. She is very happy to be part of the wonderful cast of The Impossibilities. www.floradiaz.com
BROADWAY: The Pitmen Painters. NATIONAL TOUR: The Great Divorce. OFF-BROADWAY: The Freedom of the City (Irish Repertory Theatre); The Talls (Second Stage); Celebration and The Room, The Bald Soprano and the Lesson, 10×20 and 10×25 (Atlantic Theater Company); Beasley’s Christmas Party, Pullman Car Hiawatha, and Museum (Keen Company); Deathbed (McGinn-Cazale Theatre); Marion Bridge (Urban Stages); The Voysey Inheritance (The Mint). REGIONAL: The Little Dog Laughed (Intiman Theatre); Argonautika and Honour (Berkeley Repertory Theatre); Restoration Comedy and The Food Chain (The Old Globe); The Diary of Anne Frank (Paper Mill Playhouse); As You Like It, Crimes of the Heart, and the world premiere of Charles L. Mee’s Limonade Tous les Jours (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Other Regional: Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Pioneer Theatre, Barrington Stage, Syracuse Stage, Denver Center Theatre Company, Cleveland Playhouse, GeVa Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, and more. FILM & TELEVISION: 30 Rock, 666 Park Avenue, Eden, Gossip Girl, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Love Life, New Amsterdam, and As the World Turns.
Theatre: An Octoroon (Soho Rep and upcoming at Theatre for a New Audience), Natasha Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 (Kazino and Ars Nova), The TEAM’s Mission Drift (London’s National Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Perth International Arts Festival, New York COIL, Salzburger Festspiele, Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, Universide de Coimbra, Lisbon’s Culturgest, and ArtsEmerson), The World is Round (Ripe Time), We Play for the Gods (Women’s Project), All Hands (Hoi Polloi), Eager to Lose (Ars Nova), Banished Children of Eve (Irish Rep), The Octoroon (P.S.122), and ongoing shows with Reverend Billy and The Church of Stop Shopping (currently at Joe’s Pub). Regional: Williamstown, Huntington, Connecticut Rep, and Aspen Theatre Masters. TV/Film: The Burg, Law and Order: SVU, Roger the Chicken, Herkimer Dufrayne, Sissypants, The Weekend, and What Would Jesus Buy? Training: MFA NYU Graduate Acting.
Is a 12 year old singer-songwriter and actress who enjoys being a 6th grader, hanging out with her friends and playing guitar. She recently starred in the movie “Gezzer” opposite Billie Joel Armstrong, Judy Greer and Selma Blair which comes out this year. She has appeared on SNL, Sesame Street and will voice the iconic charcter of Violet Gray in the upcoming Peanuts Movie.
Peter is a Brooklyn-based writer, director and performer. Recent NY directing: Never Sleep Alone (Joe’s Pub), Game Play (Ars Nova), Just Right, Just Now (Lesser America), Raptured (Play Co.), TRAVIS (Ars Nova), The Tempest (Porpentine), Sailor Man (NY Int’l Fringe — Outstanding Play), Straight Up Vampire (Joe’s Pub), The Nosemaker’s Apprentice (The Brick). Drama League directing fellow.
Studied Theatre at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His favorite theatre and film roles include Eliot in Parallel, Oberon in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ken Townsend in Closure and Prince Philip in King John. He is a company member of the North Carolina based xoxo performance company (formerly Machine Theatre) and is glad to help make possible The Impossibilities.
Matthew is an Identical twin born on April Fools day. At the age of 2 he began modeling for Toy Box covers, Print Ads, Fashion and Parent Magazines. Matthew launched his Film and TV career at the age of 5. He’s famous for the lead comedic role as Chris Morgan, Screenwriter of the Fast Five for the Onion News Network. He has worked as a principal actor beside many A list actors such as Uma Thurman, Minnie Driver, Anthony Edwards and Steve Buscemi. Matthew resides in Brooklyn, NY with his family where he enjoys playing soccer and tennis. His other passion is violin, in which he has been studying since he was 5. He is actively involved with his school’s student council and enjoys learning about airplanes.
Is a Kentucky Native currently residing in New York. She is half of the comedy duo The Venzin-Althaus Explosion, and can be seen on your TV sometimes in other stuff. She was even allowed on Broadway once. TV: Orange Is The New Black, Blue Bloods, Law and Order SVUBroadway: HARVEY, Roundabout Theatre Company. Off Broadway: Three Sisters, Classic Stage Company. Regional: ASSISTANTS, Wilma Theatre.
Graduated from Ithaca College with a BFA in Acting. She was last seen on stage at The Kitchen in Claude Wampler’s, N’a pas un gramme de charisme. As a member of The Bats, the resident acting company at the Flea Theater in Tribeca, she had the privilege of working on plays by A.R Gurney, Max Wellman and Polly Draper. She played the role of Donna on the web series Parker & Maggie created by Jenna Laurenzo, directed by Jay Buim. Cat currently lives in Brooklyn with her dog Oscar.
Studied theater in college and became a puppeteer. After years on the road pulling strings, he opened a puppet theater in Brooklyn where he also sold books. When Michael realized that he could be a better bookseller than a puppeteer, he left the theater and opened Brazenhead Books which has become an underground literary institution in NYC.