Four very different one-dimensional female TV characters find themselves dropped into a strange abyss and left to rot in a void-like limbo. Soon, they become aware of each other’s presence, and begin to question ... what separates them and what brings them together.
Also, screaming and vandalism.
Currents: 716 and Alleyway's Digital Theatre Festival are made possible through the generous support of the Venturous Theatre Fund of the Tides Foundation
KIRA MASON'S plays include: Insomniacs and The Millennials.
Her work has been developed by Playhouse on Park, Naugatuck Valley Community College, and Trinity College. Awards include: Frank W. Whitlock Prize in Drama.
She is currently a 2022 candidate for Edinburgh Napier University’s MFA in Playwriting.
She has been a Literary Associate forthe Playwrights on Park Reading Series and a reader for the O'Neill New Playwrights Conference.
JEN HORNE is elated to join this virtual festival from Detroit, where she performs daily as a PR manager for a portfolio of start-up companies and performs far too infrequently for the stage.
In the Before Times, she was a resident player at Planet Ant in Hamtramck, MI, as a performer, improviser, singer and writer.
She is co-Creator, Head Writer, and a performer for Kumquat Corner, a satirical semi-improvised news show and podcast.
She's deeply grateful for this opportunity to explore a new theatrical medium and sends big smooches to her camp buddy Katie for thinking of her for this production.
CAROLINE HUERTA is thrilled to be working with Alleyway Theatre! She is a recent graduate of Indiana University's BFA Musical Theatre Program.
Off-Broadway: Slim in Bubble Boy (New York premiere), Rita in The Handmaid's Musical: A Dystopian Tale (The Green Room 42), Little Becky Two-Shoes in Urinetown (The PIT).
Regional Theatre: Daniela in In The Heights and Melpomenein Xanadu (Seacoast Repertory Theatre), Rosalita in West Side Story, Tammy/Beatnik Chick in Hairspray, and Jessica in The Merchant of Venice (Cardinal Stage Company). Favorite roles include The Chaperone in The Drowsy Chaperone and Eva Perón in Evita.
RENEE LANDRIGAN is a proud native of Buffalo,NY. She is excited to be able to share this new medium of storytelling.
Some of her theatre credits include Fun Home (Medium Allison), Sense and Sensibility (Marianne), Once (Girl- Artie Award for Best Actress in a Musical), Peter and the Starcatcher (Molly), View from the Bridge (Catherine), and Next to Normal (Natalie).
She has performed across many Buffalo theatres including ICTC, Musicalfare, Kavinoky, Road Less Traveled, TOY, New Phoenix, and now–Alleyway!
She would like to thank her friends and family for their constantsupport and God for His many blessings! John 1:16
MICHELLE ZINK-MUÑOZ is a New York based actor originally from Wyckoff, NJ. In 2019, she graduated from Indiana University, where she studied Musical Theatre and Creative Advertising.
Recent Credits: Sister Act, Bright Star, White Christmas, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and Spring Awakening at Weathervane Theatre; The Wave at Playwrights Horizons.
Special thanks to her friends, family, and The Roster Agency for all their love and support.