Present day, psychiatrist’s office: a CIS male teen bully faces the repercussions of victimizing a transgender girl.
For several years now Constantine Kyriakou has pursued acting. Highlight include BREAST ADVICE in TAMPA BAY THEATRE FESTIVAL and his first lead Musical role in THE PRODUCERS at CAROLLWOOD PLAYERS. He wants to take a moment to thank you, yes you reading this, because you help keep his and many others dreams of art alive.
Tito Mercado’s credits include Raising Twelve (Sailor), In the Heights (Ensemble/ Sonny Understudy), Madagascar Jr. : the Musical (Alex the Lion),
A Streetcar Named Desire (The Collector), A Christmas Carol ( Young Scrooge/ Thomas/ Topper), and a few productions at HCC.
Madison Pulica is a junior studying Theatre at The University Of Tampa. Her previous credits in the Tampa Bay Area include Laura in The Glass Menagerie last February and multiple parts in Tapestry Weekend this past May. Madison plans to keep acting as well as work backstage as much as possible!
Yvelisse Cedrez Wallace has performed with various regional companies in film, stage, and voice acting, including productions at Hat Trick Theatre, Powerstories, and Spanish Lyric Theatre. She can be seen onscreen starring as Bella in Hot Mess in a Wedding Dress and Everyday Spooky as Luna. Previous theatrical highlights include Roxie Hart (Chicago), Victoria (Hungry Casanova and the Haunting of Netherstone Manor), Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), and Cha-Cha DiGregorio (Grease). Her hobbies include aerial dance and Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and she’s probably retired from kickball (feel free to ask her why!). Special thanks to Rick, Ricky Cinco, and her family for the endless love and support.
Deborah Bostock-Kelley is a multi-time, award-winning playwright, also a director, producer, and actor. Her work has appeared across stages in Tampa Bay, competing in every year of the Tampa Bay Theatre Festival, excluding the pandemic. Her one-acts have also been performed at Carrollwood Players One Act Weekend, 4×6 Festival, Powerstories SheVolution Festival, Powerstories’ Voices of Truth and Voices of Women Theatre Festivals, and Tarpon Arts. A recipient of the Gobioff Foundation Grant, Tampa Bay Theatre Festival Denise Deneen Award, and Theatre Tampa Bay Jeff Norton Dream Grant, she’s renowned for her socially impactful one-acts and full-length plays across Tampa Bay’s stages. Her debut 2023 playwright showcase “Tapestry: A Weekend of Socially-Conscious Storytelling” sold out and she is nominated for the 2023 Creative Loafing Best of the Bay “Best Playwright” for the production. She’s excited for you to see her short play, “Love You More.”
Amy C. Ragg is a blogger, editor, breast cancer survivor, middle school teacher, actor, director, artist, and writer. She is grateful beyond words for the opportunity to work with these talented people and for all of the people who have loved and supported her in her journey. Peace & Love
Laura has worked in community theatre for almost 10 years between her work at Marcia P. Hoffman School of the Arts at Ruth Eckerd Hall and Hat Trick Theatre Productions Inc. She is so excited to be working with a group of people with amazing talents and so much heart!
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