Ashley DiGiorgi (Sabine) is an actress, improviser and producer. Favorite roles include Kate in Uncommon Women and Others, Meg in Crimes of the Heart, Olivia in Twelfth Night, Ruth/1st Actress in The Dining Room and Snoopy in You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. She’s received training at the Advanced Study Program at the Upright Citizens Brigade, the Barrow Group, American Theatre Wing, American Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Stella Adler Studio.
Ashley DiGiorgi | Sabine
Isaiah Seward (Ray) is a musician and poet who’s produced four independent albums and has toured internationally. Theater credits include Franklin in A Christmas Without Him and Miguel in Play the Papers for Lupe. Independent and short films include Bug in Meet Mario and Max in The Watcher of Park Ave. Isaiah has also made guest appearances on The Knick and Black Box and has done various commercials for Nationwide Insurance, Papa John's and Spike TV.
James Wilcox (Marty) is making a proud return to the stage alongside the talented cast of Inappropriate Relationship in his debut performance at WinterFest. Previous credits include NBC’s The Blacklist, the Netflix original series House of Cards, a supporting role in Denzel Washington's The Equalizer and smaller roles opposite Miles Teller in Bleed for This and William Sadler in Frank the Bastard. Kind thanks to Joan and Marcy for the great opportunity.
Josh Marcantel (Dan) is a founding member of Black Door Theatre Company in Brooklyn. Select credits include Seaneen in Comes a Faery (New Ohio), Katurian in The Pillowman (T. Schreiber), Black Milk (East 13th Street Theater), Trista Baldwin’s Doe (coproduced by BDTC, Santiago a Mil), Mike Leigh’s Ecstasy, Harold Pinter’s Tea Party, Piccasso at the Lapin Agile. TV/Film credits: Law & Order: SVU, Turtle Hill, Brooklyn (2011 NewFest Audience Award) and a trio of Patrick Roddy films: Mercy, Red 71, and Good Boy, in which he won 2009 Accolade Award for Best Actor.
Molly Lovell | Renee
Molly Lovell (Renee) received her training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is the founder and artistic director of The Long View Theater Company. Some of her credits include Ingrid in Marcy Lovitch’s Office Politics, Catherine in Miss Reardon Drinks A Little, Mavis in Pit, Jane in Jane's Birthday, Ginger Reed in Book of Days and Helena in Scenes and Revelations. Molly's Los Angeles credits include sketch comedy work with the talented actors at the Sacred Fools Theater.
Maria Wolf (Charlotte and Lois) is thrilled to be part of Marcy Lovitch’s newest play, Inappropriate Relationship. In addition to Charlotte and Lois, she originated the role of Karen in Lovitch’s Office Politics, which debuted in New York City less than two years ago. Favorite roles include Madame Irma in The Balcony, Vita Sackville-West in Vita & Virginia, Lotte Schoen in Lettice & Lovage and Sunny Jacobs in The Exonerated. In January, she appeared in the lead role of Margaret Keller in the premiere episode of Evil Lives Here and Kristine Fitzhugh in the new episodic Grave Secrets, which aired in December on Investigation Discovery.
Maria Wolf * | Charlotte and Lois
* Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association.