Confessions of a Nymphomaniac 

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Tjasa Ferme

Tjasa Ferme (Playwright / Eve / Producer) was born and raised in Slovenia. She studied at the prestigious National Acting Academy (AGRFT), receiving a 2006 Vesna (Slovenian National Film Award), the 2005/06 Sever's prize for her acting achievements in classical roles, and a jury Special Mention for Best Actress in the 2007 Film Festival. Ferme relocated to the U.S. in 2007. She has played many leading and principal roles in feature films including Revolution of Everyday Life (Tribeca's permanent collection), Who's the Midnight Girl (shot in Rio De Janeiro), Two Pints Lighter, Errand Boys and Dutch Kills. Slovenia stage productions include Helga/Brunhilda in Cabaret, The Cherry Orchard: Smole's Orchard (original adaptation), and Medea (original adaptation) at the National Theatre Drama. She also toured with Via Negativa in their Incasso. NYC appearances include the groundbreaking Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass (adapted/directed by Jeremy Bloom) and Makbeth (Dzieci), among others. Her short film Ophelia's Flip (director/lead actress) premiered in the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

Kira Simring

Kira Simring (Director / Script Development) As Artistic Director of The Cell Theatre Company, Kira directed the cell's premier productions of Blackout, Dinner and Delusion, Guilty, Bad Evidence, Blood, and Dancing at Lunacy. Other venues where she has developed and directed new theatre and opera include The Philadelphia Fringe Festival, The Center for Contemporary Opera, The Actors Studio and The Connecticut Grand Opera. MFA in Directing: the Actors Studio Drama School of New School University (Schubert Fellow). BA in Anthropology: Smith College. Member of SDC. Special thanks to Nancy

  Stephane Duret (Choreography & Joe 2) Off-Broadway: The Fortress Of Solitude at The Public Theatre (Male Swing), Hard Times at The Cell Theatre (Thomas Jefferson) International: Parade (Jerusalem, Israel), Zorro (Shanghai, China). Regional: Violet (Flick), Aida, Hot Mikado, Ragtime, Cabaret, Curtains, Sweet Charity, The Producers. Stephane started training at the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Fl. He holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from the Chicago College of Performing Arts.
Kristian Bikic (Joe 1) a Miami-born native, just recently closed the musical 'Carrie' (Billy Nolan) at Slow Burn Theatre Co., and before that 'Pesto Pasta' (Reuben) at Micro Theater Miami. Other credits include, 'Lone Star' (Ray) with Alliance Theatre Lab, and 'The Secrets of... La Croix' (Kevin) written by David Sirois at Main Street Players. A huge thank you to his close friends and family for being everything they are and more.
Victor Cruz (Joelle) was born in Portsmouth, VA and raised in the heart of the South Bronx. At the age of sixteen, Victor performed stand-up comedy for the very first time.  He received a BFA from SUNY Purchase College and some of his TV and Film Credits  include Blue Bloods, Person of Interest, Law & Order, The Taking Of Pelham 1:23, Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Other Woman (2014) and Annie (2014).
Steven Salgado Steven Salgado (Joe 3) is a Peruvian actor, mime, and writer who has been living in USA since 2013. He studied acting at the National School of Drama (Peru), mime at the school of mime "Society of Silence" (Peru) and acting at the Actor's Arena Studio (Miami) In 2013, he made his debut in Hispanic theater with The Learned Ladies by Moliere directed by Max Ferra. "Cocktales" is his first play in English theater.
Stephanie White Stephanie White (Dr. Truth) is a recent graduate of New World School of the Arts, where she was Salutatorian of her class.  Her professional theatre credits include: AssassinsThe Brand New KidShorts 4 Kids, and Cocktales. New World credits include: Antigone (Antigone), Three Sisters (Irena), Cabaret (Frau. Schneider), and Spring Awakening (Thea). 
Zackery Good (Man) Zack, an Indiana native, began his career as a thespian in the fourth grade in the largely unsupervised public school system with a gritty performance as a reformed gangster in “The Chameleon.”  His love for performing found different outlets throughout the years, but truly flourished after joining the Front Yard Theatre Collective for their groundbreaking urban bike-ride/theatre event “Alice in Wynwoodland.”  Zack is a writer, actor, and producer with the Front Yard Theatre Collective and regularly performs at various venues throughout Miami.
Nancy Manocherian Nancy Manocherian (Producing Artistic Director, Script Development) Nancy is a lyricist, playwright and producer.  Writing credit include: Sin!Rio, a Brazilian musical novella (Theatre for the New City); and Dinner and Delusion, an opera co-written with composer Michael Sahl (The Center for Contemporary Opera/New York City Opera’s VOX Festival).  Her passion is for the arts and her dream is the cell, a 21st century salon.
DeAnna Powell

DeAnna Powell (Stage Manager) has been involved in theatre and film from a young age. After graduating from the University of Central Florida with a minor in theatre, Powell joined the Miami-based Front Yard Theatre Collective as an actor, writer and producer ( Other credits include: Grease (Rizzo), West Side Story (Rosalia), Baby With the Bathwater (Woman in Park), Dracula (Lucy), Into The Woods (The Baker’s Wife), Clementine (Megan), Cassadaga (Art Student). She hopes to broaden her involvement in the theatre community.

  Stephanie Le Clef (Costume Design) designs for Red Room Key.
Doug Barron Doug Barron (Original Choreography & Graphics) danced with The Arizona Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, San Diego Ballet companies, Le Follies Burlesque in Atlantic City. As an actor he appeared at The Cell in three incarnations of Leaves of Grass, which is where he first met Tjasa Ferme, Kira Simring and Nancy Manocherian. He again worked with Ms. Ferme in the film Who is The Midnight Girl shot in Rio de Janeiro. He has appeared in over 2 dozen films, and television shows and countless plays. As a graphic & web designer he has specialized in designs for the theater for over 24 years.
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