Meet the Breeders Cast
Alton is a multidisciplinary artist who makes work about romanticism in a post-analog world. As an actor, he has worked with Ma-Yi, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Flea, The Lark, Target Margin Lab, New Dramatists, Primary Stages, PEN World Voices, Concrete Temple, Queens Theatre, ArtsEmerson (MA), Children’s Theatre Company (MN), Connecticut Free Shakespeare (CT), and Red Cloud Opera House (NE), among others. He is currently on the board for Undiscovered Countries, a bimonthly new and developing work incubator. altonalburo.com
Lea is a NYC theater artist and NLTP company member with an extensive background in both classical and devised theatre. NLTP: Two of Us (Sunny/Jude/Wife), REX (Jocasta). She has worked regionally with the Alabama and Texas Shakespeare Festivals, and has performed all around NYC. Many thanks to Dan and Jaki, and the writings of Patricia Bartlett, whose enthusiam for hamsters was infectious. Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama www.leamgacts.com.
Fernando is an actor, science enthusiast, ne'er-do-well, rascal, scamp, and synonym fan. For NLTP: Omega Kids. Other credits: Charleses (The Tank/The Brick), Minor Character (UTR/The Public Theater), Now is the Time... (Abrons Arts Center), Adventure Quest (Edinburgh Fringe), Big Green Theater (Bushwick Starr), The Improbable... John Law (IRT), The Cherry Orchard (Robert Moss Theater, dir. Robert Moss), sundry readings at NYTW, and a smattering of web projects. He also translated and adapted Bohemian Lights for Live Source's production at HERE Arts Center. BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch/Playwrights Horizons. Follow him @uniqueid... if you've a strong stomach for puns. fernando-gonzalez.com
Jacob is a playwright/actor from South Carolina. His plays include Where Have You Gone (Williamstown Theatre Festival, Page 73 @ Yale, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab), Home Church Play (Stable Cable Lab Co, Pete’s Candy Store), The Third Rail (Gibney Dance Center, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center). He was the inaugural winner of the DVRF/O’Henry Emerging Playwright Award, an NYU Studio Tisch Resident, and a 2015 O’Neill NPC Finalist. He is a current member of Ars Nova’s Play Group and an alumnus of both the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab and Project Y Playwrights Group. As an actor, he most recently worked on In the Room (Alchemical), The Inheritance (New Duke, dir. Stephen Daldry), and Miller, Mississippi (Vineyard/Long Wharf, dir. Lee Sunday Evans). jacobdperkins.com
* Represents a member of Actors' Equity Association.