Featuring LA actors
MEEGHAN HOLAWAY GLORIA INES
MEEGHAN HOLAWAY – Meeghan has performed in over seventy plays across the country. Beth in the Off-Broadway production of Dinner With Friends, Sylvia in Sylvia, Brooke in Noises Off and Mme. Thenardier in Les Miserables are among her favorites. She originated the role of Florence Greenberg in the Broadway musical, Baby It’s You! Meeghan is a member of The Road Theatre Company where she appeared in Through The Eye Of A Needle by Jami Brandli and The Rescued by Julie Marie Myatt. TV appearances include Scandal, Desperate Housewives, Doll & Em, Two & A Half Men, Everybody Loves Raymond, Law & Order, Without A Trace, Bones and NCIS, with recurring roles on Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy, and ABC Family’s Switched At Birth. She is in Holidate on Netflix and plays Flour in the film About Fate which opened in theatres this fall.
GLORIA INES – Gloria Ines was born and raised in Southern California and has been in a number of short films and plays in the LA Theatre community. She is a member of The Echo Theatre Co and Road Theatre Co. She has most recently appeared in The Road’s According to the Chorus. Other originated roles include Lindy in Ascension and Kate in Handjob at The Echo. Gloria works in educational theatre where she uses theatre to teach youth about mental health. She is thrilled to be bringing this love story to life with Meeghan Holaway.
KIERON BARRY was born in Stratford-upon-Avon. He survived a disastrous education at Glebelands School in Cranleigh and went on to take degrees at the University of Durham and Goldsmiths’ College, London.
Sixteen of his plays have been produced in the UK, US, Canada and South Africa. These include the verbatim drama Stockwell, which enjoyed two sell-out runs in London. It was described by The Times in its five-star review as ‘more gripping than anything else to be seen in the London theatre’ and by the Daily Express as ‘stark, stunning… deeply poignant… one of the most important plays of the year.’ The play prompted Barry’s nomination for the Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright at the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
His play Tomorrow In The Battle enjoyed three runs in New York with The New York Times describing it as ‘white-hot passion with poetic style to spare… an erotic lyricism not seen since Damage.’ His play Numbers was featured in Lucy Kerber’s book 100 Great Plays for Women alongside works by Oscar Wilde, Tennessee Williams and Euripides. He is published by Samuel French and lives in Ventura, California.
His other plays include Black Soap, Cumquats, The Problem Of Sex, Or: Why Are We In Afghanistan? and Lord Beckington (90) Reads From His Award-Winning Romantic Memoirs and has also written and directed three short films. Visit Kieron’s website to learn more and to see some great photos. http://kieronbarry.net/
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