Amanda Caraway is a playwright, content marketer, and cohost of the #StillHere Survivor Podcast. She is passionate about sharing survivor stories and building a community where survivors can find support and empowerment. She loves theatre, good books, great wine, yoga, and napping.
Elizabeth Hanley is a cat-loving, book-reading, karaoke-singing nerd who gets onstage whenever possible! She was most recently seen as Rhonda in all six episodes of “The Open Syrup.” She has minimal theater training and finds auditions horrifying, but she’s found that “fake it ‘til you make it” isn’t the worst philosophy ever. If you want it, then go ahead and do it! She is quiet and awkward but very appreciative of the many wonderful people who love her anyway.
Actor Jenn Niedfeldt is extremely proud to be a part of this timely, truthful, vital piece and is grateful that you are here to experience it. She has most recently performed in Midsummer Night's Dream, Amsterdam, Coriolanus, Much Ado About Nothing, Scarlet Pimpernel, and Jekyll and Hyde, and serves as a board member for Voodoo Theatre Company. It has been such an honor to work alongside her extremely talented cast mates and with her amazing director. Special thanks to her incredible fiance Max for his unwavering love and support of her passions.
Cami Rozanas is excited to direct the world premiere production of this important play. She is also the music composer and choreographer for the play's original song, "Ode to the Joystick." Cami has recently been seen on stage with New World Shakespeare Company as Juliet, in an age-flipped production of Romeo and Juliet. Over years of attempting to feed her chronic theatre habit, Cami has been lucky enough to perform with several other SLC-area theatre companies, including Wasatch (WTC), Kallisti, ThreePenny, and Silver Summit.
Meighan Smith is so excited to be a part of Salt Lake Fringe and to perform this important piece of theatre with such amazing women. Some of her favorite roles include Titania in Midsummer Night's Dream, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, and Milady DeWinter in The Three Musketeers. When she isn’t on stage, she can be found teaching theatre to Jr High students, managing their drama onstage and off. This performance is for all of the incredible women in her life, especially her two beautiful daughters.
Lisa Nicole Thurman has a Theatre degree in Performing Arts from UVU. Favorite roles include Dotty Otley/Mrs. Clackett in Noises Off!, Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. She is honored to share the stage with these amazing and powerful women.
Mandi Titcomb (she/they) is a queer lady with a very impressive theater degree and theater credits that she'd rather not talk about. Most importantly they love all animals, especially squish-faced dogs and sassy cats. She currently works as a speech-language pathologist (another impressive degree), primarily working with geriatric populations and providing gender-affirming voice therapy for people of all ages and gender identities. Apparently, they can't stay away from the theater and they were most recently seen in To Wit and The Merchant of Venice with New World Shakespeare, and are very excited to be directing Shakespeare's Measure for Measure in the fall.
Sydney Lorraine Vance is honored to be a part of Monologues From a Movement-#MeToo as her first Fringe show. Sydney was called to the stage as a child. As an adult, she hopes to use her voice to uplift important stories and connect people through our common humanity. Sydney is a raging feminist and can’t think of a better way to spend her evenings than working on a show that amplifies women's voices.
Carly Welch is thrilled to be part of such an important and powerful piece. Some of her favorite roles include Queen Bess/ Ophelia in To Wit and Bitsy in The Open Syrup. She is truly thankful to all her friends who are always there to support her and the arts.