Angela Timberman is one of the most gifted comedic actresses in the Twin Cities. Her credits include multiple shows at the Guthrie (The Royal Family, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Christmas Carol (eight productions), My Fair Lady, Roman Holiday, The Birds, Circle Mirror Transformation, A Delicate Balance, Third), the Jungle Theater (Annapurna, You Can’t Take it With You, Detroit), Park Square Theatre (Sons of the Prophet, The Realistic Joneses, Good People, Painting Churches, The Sisters Rosensweig, Children’s Theatre Company Annie, The Magic Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, Brooklyn Bridge, Merry Christmas, Strega Nona), the Ordway (Grand Night for Singing, The Music Man, Always, Patsy Cline, Ruthless; and more than 10 productions at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres (including Easter Parade (world premiere), and the History Theatre (Garrison Keillor’s Radio Man, Hormel Girls).
Basil Considine is an award-winning composer, playwright, and director. He is the founding Artistic Director of Really Spicy Opera and serves as one of the Co-Directors of Morningside Theatre Company in Edina, MN. Recent directing credits include 101 Dalmatians-KIDS, Aladdin, JR, and Godspell, JR for Morningside Theatre; The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast for Northern Starz Children’s Theatre; and Game of Thrones: The Musical and The Last Five Years for Really Spicy Opera. He is the President-Elect for the Society for Ethnomusicology’s Music, Sound, and Religion section and a past Regional Governor for the National Opera Association.
Basil is the creator of Game of Thrones: The Musical, which has been presented at the Minnesota, Maui, O'ahu, and Tampa Fringe Festivals and was the best-selling show of the O'ahu and Tampa Fringe Festivals. His play Thor: Jurassic Park premieres at the 2017 MN Fringe.
Deborah Yarchun is a New York-based playwright who lived in Minneapolis from 2013-2015. She was a two-time Jerome Fellowship recipient at The Playwrights' Center and has received an EST/Sloan Commission, The Kennedy Center’s Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award, the Kernodle New Play Award, a Tennessee Williams Scholarship, University of Iowa’s Richard Maibaum Playwriting Award, and the Iowa Arts Fellowship. She was the Dorit & Gerald Paul Artist in Residence at Indiana University for Spring 2016. Her play GREAT WHITE was an Honorable Mention for the 2016 Relentless Award.
Deborah holds an MFA in playwriting from the University of Iowa. http://deborahyarchun.com/