C.O.A.L.(confessions of a liar)

by David Brian Colbert

DAVID BRIAN COLBERT - (MAN)

David couldn't be more excited to be working with this wonderful cast and director. Other favorite roles include Hedwig in HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, Regionally for several years- including (BC/EFA Benefit New World Stages) (Philadelphia Premiere- Barrymore Award) Woof in HAIR (Media Theater) Emcee in CABARET (Skylight Opera Company) Soldier in HELLO AGAIN! (City Theater Company) Other awards: MAC Award for Outstanding Piano Bar Entertainer, Outstanding Technical Director and NYC NIGHTLIFE AWARD for Piano Bar Entertainer.

www.davidbriancolbert.com 

LISA BOSTNAR - (WOMAN) has starred with critical and public acclaim in such plays ​as The Voysey InheritanceThe Madras House; The House of Mirth; Mr. Pim Passes By; The Truth About Blaydes;  Arthur Schnitzler's Far and Wide and The Lonely Way at the Mint Theater. Other NYC favorites are The Brother's Berg; Love Divided By;The Taming of The Shrew; Much Ado About Nothing; Conflict of Interest and Looking At The Sun. Regionally, Lisa has had equal success in Going to St. Ives, a one woman show; The Blonde, The Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead; The Man Who Came To Dinner;  CandidaYou Can't Take It With You; The Circle and Mrs. Warren's Profession. Lisa has Guest Starred in many TV shows, including Law & Order, CI and Pan Am. Lisa's latest venture, Sweet Kandy, an independent film, will be released later this year. www.LisaBostnar.com


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MIRIRAI SITHOLE - (GIRL) ​Mirirai is excited to be joining the cast of this production of C.O.A.L. (confessions of a liar) Select NYC credits include: Autumn's Harvest by Dominique Morisseau for Lincoln Center Eductation, Otherland by David Cote, part of Gingold Theatrical Group's PROJECT SHAW,  andLast Reader of Books with Senses Askew Company. Regional: Remix 38 at 38th Humana Festival; Our Town, A Christmas Carol at Actors Theatre of Louisville; TV: "Broad City",  "Deadly Sins."  She was an apprentice at Actor's Theater of Louisville and is a graduate of Adelphi University's BFA in Theatre program.


JACKSON TANNER - (BOY) ​is thrilled to be part of such a brilliant new project and would like to express his gratitude to the Broadway Dreams Foundation for incomparable training. NY Theatre: Little Miss Sunshine (Dir. James Lapine, Written by William Finn); Empire Reading (Prod. Sue Vaccarro, Ricky Stevens.) @JacksonTanner


Introducing the Cast