Katherine Glover is a Minneapolis-based playwright and performer. Past Minnesota Fringe productions include Celebrity Exception and solo shows Dead Wrong, Burning Brothels: Sex and Death in Nevada, and A Cynic Tells Love Stories. She won a 2013 Ivey Award for her one-act, Alien Love Triangle, produced by Freshwater Theatre Company, and she was a 2015 Br!nk playwright with Renaissance Theaterworks in Milwaukee. Upcoming projects include co-curating American Civil Forum's 2018 series, and writing a comedy for Raw Sugar about World War I efforts to combat syphilis. For more info, visit katherineglover.net.
Denzel Belin is a director, improviser, and actor currently based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has directed with Uprising Theater Company, Phoenix Theater, Freshwater Theater, Gadfly Theater, and The Easy Access Script Experience. He is currently performing in the Brave New Workshop's Guardians of the Fallacy: Executive Disorder. He is also directing "En Passant" with McGo Productions which you can see this Fringe at Jungle Theater.
Phillip Schramm is an improviser and actor out of Minneapolis and is excited to be working which such a fun group of people. This is Phillip's fifth year of Fringe. He has performed in various Improv Festivals, such as the Chicago Improv Festival, Compass Improv Festival, and Twin Cities Improv Festival, as well as done scripted work through Theater in the Round, Theatre Cosmic, and Conundrum Collective. Outside of Fringe, you can see Phillip doing improv at Huge Theater for shows like Ka-Baam!, The Truth: The Improvised Conspiracy Theory Show, and his duo Side Pickle.
Mike Hentges is super excited to be in Ronald Reagan: Time Traveler. This is his fourth time acting in a Fringe show. When not doing fringe stuff Mike can be found in other theatre productions in the Twin Cities or doing improv, but like, not as much improv as Phil. Look at that guy. He's been in festivals. Mike can't compete with that. Pick up your game Mike! C'mon! What are you doing!?
Shahd Elkhier is a recent Fine Arts graduate from North Hennepin Community College. She is excited to perform in her first Fringe show. Some of her recent work include playing Prometheus in an Uprising Theatre Company's production of Prometheus Bound and Zafiya in a TEASE production of A to Z. She has also played the Space Girl in the movie Fred and the Space Girl and has appeared in a North Memorial commercial. When not performing, Shahd can be found hanging out with her siblings watching Forensic Files and Basketball Wives. Special thanks to Mike Ricci and Kathy Hendrickson for the best training and support a person could ask for. Peace.
Uncle Leo/George Bush/Dog/Scientist/Pope John Paul II/El Donaldo/Etc.
Erik Bredeson is making his Twin Cities acting debut, and is excited to help take you on a crazy trip through time! Being out of the acting game since college, he is excited to mix it up with this young and vibrant cast!
Linda/Nancy Reagan/John Hinckley Jr./Andrew Jackson/Tip O'Neill/Film Historian/El Donaldo/Etc.
Isabel Middleton-Watts is super excited to be making her Fringe debut with Katherine Glover Productions. She is still a fairly recent transplant to Minneapolis, celebrating one year in the city this summer! When she’s not hitting the scripts in rehearsal or navigating to an audition through public transit, you can find her slicing up vegan meats and cheeses at The Herbivorous Butcher. She’d like to thank Katherine and Denzel for adding her on Facebook and messaging her when email wouldn’t work, Allison for keeping us on track, and the whole cast for a full month of ridiculous amounts of laughter. Party on and enjoy the show!
Edwin Meese/Billy/George Bush/Doctor/Housewife/El Donaldo/Etc.
Recently graduated from Metropolitan State University, Mitch Vosejpka is proud to say this is his third Fringe Festival as an actor and is honored to be a part of Ronald Reagan: Time Traveler! Mitch has done productions in the Twin Cities such as the Laramie Project, Urinetown, and A Midsummer Night's Dream. He thanks his loving and supportive family especially his parents who come to every show. He also thanks his drama mama as well as his mentor for guiding him along his journey.