Meet the cast of boeing, boeing

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Benjamin Lee Stanford (Bernard) is a New York City based actor, originally from Melbourne, Australia. He received his Bachelor in Theatre Studies from the University of Melbourne, and in 2018, his MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University. Benjamin’s regional theatre credits in Australia have included the role of Cosi for the Kew Court House Arts Association, and The Importance of Being Earnest for the OTG Theatre Company. In New York City, he made his Off-Broadway debut in The New Place Players’ production of The Tempest as Ferdinand. He has also featured in a number of short films and web series including The Classroom and The Forest for the Trees. Other favorite credits have included The Seagull, Mourning Becomes Electra, and This Is Our Youth. Benjamin would like to thank his family – Lee, Kathryn and Max – for their ongoing love and support.

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Shelby Wane (Gloria) is a Los Angeles born actor working in both Los Angeles and New York City. Her recent work includes credits in theatre, film, and television. Shelby received her MFA in Acting from The Actors Studio Drama School in New York City. She received her Bachelors in Art from California State University Northridge specializing in Theatre and Music along with a Certificate in Acting from the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

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Marine d’Aouré (Berthe) is a New York City based actor, born and raised in Versailles, France. She holds an MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School, during which she acted under the guidance of fantastic teachers such as Elizabeth Kemp and Susan Aston. Additionally, she has trained classically at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (Certificate). Her recent theatre credits include: Boeing, Boeing (3LD Theatre), Anne Frank Lives!, Body of Women (4th U Artivists) as well as numerous roles at the Actors Studio such as Kayleen (Gruesome Playground Injuries) and Beatrice (Much Ado About Nothing). On film, Marine recently appeared in Stiff (nominated for Best Short Film at Berlin Short Film Festival 2018), and the Funny or Die web series Sex Tips and The Classroom. Marine also holds an LLM in International and European Business Law. She would like to thank her family for their endless support and love.

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Billy Nugent (Robert) is a New York City based actor. Billy has studied at The Barrow Group in NYC under co-artistic directors Seth Barrish and Lee Brock. He has also received his MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School and is currently a working finalist at The Actors Studio in NYC. He recently completed the role of Hal in Proof (3LD/ASDS Rep), Robert in Boeing, Boeing (3LD /ASDS Rep), and a co-lead role in the short film Stiff, edited and produced by the film director Christian Alvart (Case 39, Pandorum). Billy is grateful to reprise the role of Robert with this wonderful cast in Breckenridge!

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Prather Rehm (Gabriella) is a New York City based actor originally from Atlanta, Ga. Film/TV credits include Dressed As Girl (part of HBO’s NewFest, Portland Film Festival, LA’s Outfest, and New Filmmakers Film Festival, NYC) and Por Amar Sin Ley (Univision). NYC theatre credits include: Through The Cracks at HERE, Dan O’Brien’s Ondine (directed by Carolyn Cantor), and Machinal (directed by Jesse Berger). Prather received her MFA in Acting from The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University and studied in conservatory at Michael Howard Studios in NYC. She received her BA in Theatre Arts from The University of the South, Sewanee. When not onstage, Prather is teaching the Lucid Body, a physical movement technique for actors.

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Casey Bradley (Gretchen) is an Australian-born actor based in New York. Select theatre credits include Through the Cracks (HERE Arts Center); Boeing, Boeing, Ivy Walls (3LD); As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Nights Dream (Australian Shakespeare Company); Hedda Gabler, The Seagull, A Doll House, Our Lady of 121st Street, Top Girls, and Ugly Lies the Bone (Actors Studio Drama School). Select Film and Television credits include Funny Seeing You Here (Brandon Regina), Aegean Mafia:Revenge (Secret6Train Productions), Skithouse (Network 10), Charlie (KayFilums), Fight for Tomorrow (CutItFilms), and Michelle’s Not Dead (L.E. Productions). Bradley holds an MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School, a Gold Certificate in Shakespeare from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), and is a Finalist for Lifetime Membership at the Actors Studio.