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A Body of Water

Jennifer Beatty Jennifer Beatty (Wren) recently worked with Falling Gnome productions as part of the 2009 Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Other Philadelphia collaborations include: BabyDance Productions, Represented Theatre Company, Colonial Playhouse and The Brick Playhouse. Her New York credits include work with EB Studios. This is JenÕs debut collaboration with The Drama Group.
Carole Mancini Carole Mancini (Avis) has performed in community theatres in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1993. Her favorite roles to date are Eleanor in The Lion in Winter, Maryjohnny in A Skull in Connemara and Maw in The Drama GroupÕs production of Going to See the Elephant. When not on stage, she pursues her other passion, care of the elderly. She is a geriatric care manager for Newman Elder Law in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Marty Sherman Marty Sherman (Moss) has appeared on many area stages including Act II in Ambler, PA, Society Hill Playhouse and Novel Stages, as well as the West Beth Playhouse in Greenwich Village, NY. Some favorite productions include Lebensraum, the title role in Visiting Mr. Green, Shelly Levine in Glengarry Glen Ross and two other Lee Blessing plays: Two Rooms and Patient A. He was nominated for an A.C.T. award as "Best Actor in a Featured Role" for his portrayal of Milt in Laughter On The 23rd Floor.
Shelli Pentimall Shelli Pentimall (Director) received her Masters degree in Theatre Arts at Eastern Michigan University, before attending The ActorÕs Studio in New York City. She has worked with a number of local theatre companies including Montgomery Theatre, Simpatico Theatre Project, the Brick Playhouse, Forge Theatre and Langhorn Players. She appeared in The Drama GroupÕs 2008 production of Going to See the Elephant.
T. Patrick Ryan T. Patrick Ryan (Assistant Director). Previous directing projects include The Vagina Monologues and Keely and Du (Playcrafters of Skippack), Breaking The Code and Wit (Forge Theater), Labor Day (Winchester Players, MA), Extremities (Cue and Curtain Theater, Hartford CT), The Laramie Project (IBM Corporation, Boston, MA), Independence (Greenwich Town Players, CT), ÊAgnes of God (Action Arts Theater) and the Philadelphia premiere of The Busy World Is Hushed (Langhorne Players).
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