Alexandra Hatch has been frequently dubbed an "international directing sensation," after directing several pieces in the Twin Cities, New York, and one short performance art piece to an audience of pigeons in Toronto. Since she made her MN Fringe debut directing the Titanic parody, Bottom's Up, she has been asked "do women laugh?" And "were you in the Best Christmas Pageant Ever at Stepping Stone Theatre?" Since withering away in her Drama 101 class at Vassar College, Alexandra has been doing all she can to further the gay agenda.
Scarlett the Starlet Thompson has been gracing Twin Cities stages since the tender age of 8 when the Children's Theater Company first made her audition for a show in front of thousands of people on a stage in the middle of the Mall of America (she didn't get cast). Since then, she's acted at the Guthrie, Children's Theater Company, History Theater, Torch Theater, and many more, but most importantly, Joe Dowling once remembered her face but forgot her name. She's interested in exploring how many times a theater company can make jokes about men in the Twin Cities before they're shut down for good, and would like to be referred to exclusively as the "bitch director" since being dubbed that by a man when she was 17.
Hope has been spending the past 3 years as a student in the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program and still doesn't know how to get anywhere in the Twin Cities without google maps. Because she is a basic white girl, Hope has seen every episode of "Sex and the City" while also being a big fan of "Broad City." She even went on a New York City adventure with her dear friend, Kat, that was inspired by the episode "BB NYC," from "Broad City." The pair sent a video documentation of the adventure to Ellen DeGeneres. They never heard back. Hope, a South Carolinian Native, loves the Midwest and is thrilled to be spending her first summer here. She looks forward to hopefully seeing her first Minnesota summer snow *fingers crossed*! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiraR6Upkzw&feature=youtu.be
Jonah O'Hara-David is a Macaroni and Cheese enthusiast with a love for a good old fashioned long sleeve shirt tucked in. Jonah is best known for his hair, though he'd rather be known for his ability to live, love, and experience happiness through a cat from Minneapolis named Pete. When Jonah isn't taking metro transit, you can find him trying to join every facebook group he can find. He hopes you enjoy seeing Broad Sex In The Twin Cities, and laugh your way to a donation box for GIRL theatre.
Marisa B. Tejeda is excited to be back at the Fringe Festival with GIRL Theatre. She has performed with the Guthrie Theatre, Park Square Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Shakespeare Theatre of South Dakota, Paul Bunyan Playhouse, Artistry Theatre, Mission Theatre, and last year she spent her year touring and crying with CLIMB Theatre. Marisa just graduated in 2016 with a degree in Theatre so monetary donations to her Venmo are warmly welcomed – @Marisa-Tejeda. She would like to thank her family and friends for their support, Beyonce, and Joe Dowling for retiring (just kidding love you Joe ;)).
Gabby Zonneveld is excited and honored to be a part of Broad Sex in the Twin Cities! Her role as a sexually ambiguous singer/songwriter has been an incredible stretch, but somehow she has persevered. She would actually like to thank this production for inspiring her to try her hand at music! Her new sexual health/Kendrick Lamar themed album,
(dental) DAMN, will be released later this year. When she is not theater-ing, Gabby studies studio composition at SUNY Purchase, and prepares for a lifetime of poverty.