Acting: THE BALD SOPRANO and THE VISIT (directed by Amy Wright), THE AMERICAN CLOCK (directed by Austin Pendleton), SMILE OF THE CARDBOARD MAN (directed by Herbert Berghof), August Wilson’s, THE MILL HAND’S LUNCH PAIL (with Charles Dutton), THE PIDGEON SISTERS (directed by Beatrice Straight), THE BATHERS (Samuel French Best Play Award), THE WINTER’S TALE, Richard Foreman’s SOPHIA EQUALS WISDOM, PART I, Jeffrey Jones’s APPARITIONS at Theatre at St. Clements, OUR PLAY ON THE FUTURE HAS NO NAME at LaMama, Harold Pinter’s ONE FOR THE ROAD and THE DUMB WAITER (NYC and a five city tour in Germany), THE COLLECTION by Harold Pinter, UNDER MILK WOOD, A DAY IN THE LIFE OF JOE EGG, ROAD, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (and the musical version, ONE SUMMER NIGHT), Meyerhold’s, THE MAGNIFICIENT CUCKHOLD (world premier), WAITING FOR GODOT, A FLEA IN HER EAR, POE (world premier), ANGEL STREET, THE BOOR, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, MAN OF LA MANCHA, THE BOYFRIEND, THE INSPECTOR CALLS. He also did a song and dance with John Monteith of Montieth and Rand in HOLIDAY CABARET at HB Playwrights Foundation Theatre. He was a founding member of The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Theatre (8 years) and appointed to the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. He co-founded of The Hoboken Theatre Company (3 years). His film and TV credits include SECRETS (with Robert Klein for PBS-TV), LOVE, SEX AND MARRIAGE (with Charles Grodin and Marlo Thomas for ABC-TV Movie of the Week), ANOTHER WORLD (Emmy Award Episode) and most recently the title role in the independent film, BILL and SIN RETORNO for Arte Post Productions, Mexico/USA. He is co-writer and director of EL HOMBRE PERFECTO currently being performed in Mexico and co-writer of a multi-media spectacular, A SONAR to be presented world wide in 2010. The film, ENCOUNTERS, (co-writer) is scheduled for production in 2010.


C.S. Drury is an actor, writer and director originally from Providence, RI. His recent move to New York City follows several years in California where he studied and collaborated with a number of theatres and artists in San Francisco and Los Angeles including the American Conservatory Theatre, Golden Thread Productions, The Los Gatos Shakespeare Festival, The Magic Theatre, The Playwrights Foundation, and Celebration Theatre. Since arriving in NYC he has studied with Austin Pendleton and Donna de Matteo at Herbert Berghof Studio, the LAByrinth Theatre Company, and Sam Schacht at The Stella Adler Studio. He graduated from Providence College where he was a member of the Blackfriars Theatre Company. He has produced documentary material that has aired on PBS stations nationwide, recently completed directing his first feature film, EMPTY (scheduled to be released in Summer 2009,) and is in pre-production for two others (MY ANTIGONE and THE HOUSESITTER.) RUMSPRINGA marks his Off-Broadway stage debut. More information and work samples can be found by visiting www.csdrury.com


was born and raised in Australia, where she was a working actor for several years. With guest roles on popular series such as Rafferty's Rules, Surgeons, Poor Mans Orange and a featured role in Queen of the Damned, for Village Roadshow. Kirsty relocated to the USA in 2006 and has completed a 2 year Meisner course with Maggie Flanigan at her studios in NYC. Since graduating in August ‘08, she performed in the film, Things to do on a Rainy Day – as well as the lead role in new play, READY at the Spoon Theatre.


born and raised in England, has spent the last four years in New York, studying and working in film whilst getting her BFA at Parsons School of Design. Mickey starred in Red Bucket Films’ multi-award winning short film WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO, and starred in The Metric System’s latest collaboration THE ESCAPISTS. She appears alongside Karl Urban and Lawrence Fishburne in Tony Kaye’s forthcoming movie BLACK WATER TRANSIT, and has just finished filming NICE TO MEET YOU in London, starring alongside Jamie Dornan and Trudie Styler. In 2008, Mickey appeared in THINK GLOBAL, F**K LOCAL at the Royal Court Theatre in London, directed by Max Stafford-Clark. She has been involved with a series of readings at the HB script writing seminar and recently performed in a reading of Robin Maguire’s “Approaching Jupiter” with Penny Fuller at the Manhattan Theatre Source. Mickey has studied with Sondra Lee & Elizabeth Kemp. RUMSPRINGA is her off-Broadway debut.


began his career as an actor in Chicago where he performed with Steppenwolf Theatre Company, The Goodman Theatre, Apple Tree Theatre, The Organic Theatre, and others. He has also performed with The Milwaukee Rep, The Geffen Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. RUMSPRINGA is his first play. It was originally work-shopped in Chicago at Victory Gardens Theatre and then at HB Studios here in New York City. Peter also works extensively as a voice over actor and has performed in hundreds of TV and radio commercials. He has also narrated TV programs for the Discovery Channel, MTV Networks, and E! Entertainment Television.