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" This is a very funny play."
-Theatre Louisville

" the most deliciously humorous spoof I’ve seen in some time."
-Broad Street Review

When she's cast as the "last girl" in a low-budget slasher flick, Sheena thinks it's the big break she's been waiting for. But news of the movie unleashes her malingering mother's thwarted feminist rage, and Mom is prepared to do anything to stop filming...even if it kills her.

Sheena McKinney: Jessica Martens
Hildy McKinney: Erin Eva Butcher
Frances McKinney: Danielle Jacques
Marc Hunter: Casey Preston
Jody Joshi: Joseph Kidawski
Cristi Garcia: Kate Mock Elliott
Bridget/Marcy/Beth/Madison: Alexandra Marie

Directed by Danielle Fauteux Jacques & A. Vincent Ularich
Stage Manager: Erica Paige Brown

Assistant Stage Manager: John D. Cadiz
Sound Design: Aaron Mack
Properties Design: Kelsey Jarboe
Make-Up Design: Julie Becker
Set Design: Natalie Laney
Technical Director: Uriah Barker
Fight Choreographer: Joseph Kidawski
House Managers: Carol Bortman, Eli Bortman, Ida Rudolph

and join us in December for

Slasher

A Horrifying Comedy

by Allison Moore

The hilarious hit of 2009's Humana Festival of New American Plays at the Actors Theater of Louisville.

October 14-November 5, 2011

Chelsea Theatre Works,
189 Winnisimmet St., Chelsea. Click for Directions.

Performances will be followed by a Reception with the actors in the Gallery.

Click here for tickets or call: (617) 887-2336.

Running time apx. 90 minutes.

Apollinaire Theatre Company • Chelsea Theatre Works, 189 Winnisimmet St., Chelsea, MA 02150 • 617-887-2336 • atc@apollinairetheatre.com
Erin Eva Butcher (Hildy) is very excited to be taking part in her first Boston production after recently moving from Ohio. She holds a BA in Theatre from Baldwin-Wallace College, and is an Alumni of the 2010 Conservatory at Shakespeare & Company. Regional Credits: Shakespeare & Company (Lucetta/ Host/ Outlaw- Two Gentlemen of Verona, Amiens- As You Like It, Ensemble- Everymanactor) Idaho Shakespeare Festival (Cinderella’s Mother- Into the Woods, Beatrice/ Dancer- The Mystery of Edwin Drood) Great Lakes Theatre Festival (Lady in Waiting- Twelfth Night, u/s Elaine- Arsenic and Old Lace, u/s Marianna/Juliet- Measure for Measure) She would like to thank her amazing friends and family for their love and support.
Jessica Martens (Sheena) is currently a student at Emerson College where she is pursuing a BA in Acting and a BS in Communications. She was most recently seen in the New Works Festival with Rareworks Theatre Company at Emerson. Some of her favorite roles include Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors, Sunny Freitag in The Last Night of Ballyhoo and Mayella Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird.

Casey Preston (Marc) moved to the Boston area from Philadelphia three years ago and has performed in a number of local shows including Carny Knowledge and Time of Your Life with Fort Point Theatre Channel, The Superheroine Monologues with Phoenix Artists/ Company One, Book of Days with Bad Habit Productions, and the T-Plays with Mill 6. He is currently finishing up a certificate program at CDIABU for videography. www.caseypreston.com.

Alexandra Marie (Bridget/Marcy/Beth/Madison) graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Theater. Since graduating she has performed in several shows in and around the Boston area. Favorite roles include Helena in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Corie Bratter in Barefoot in the Park, and Miranda in The Tempest. She was last seen in the Apollinaire’s Foreign Fest, playing Franziska in Arabian Night. Currently she works as an actor and tour guide at the Witch Dungeon Museum in Salem, MA, playing both Mary Warren and Elizabeth Proctor, and continues her training at the Michael Chekhov Actors Studio, Boston.
Allison Moore (Playwright) is a displaced Texan living in Minneapolis, where she is a Core Member of The Playwrights' Center. Her plays include Hazard County, Eighteen, Urgent Fury, The Strange Misadventures of Patty, Cow Town, and American Klepto. Her work has been developed or read at the O'Neill Playwrights Conference, Williamstown Theatre Festival, InterAct Theatre, and Manhattan Theatre Club; and produced at the Cherry Lane Alternative, Kitchen Dog Theatre, Actor's Express, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and The Playwrights' Center, among others. Ms. Moore has received two Jerome Fellowships, a McKnight Advancement Grant, and the Iowa Arts Fellowship. She is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, and received her MFA from the Iowa Playwrights Workshop.