Fritz Brekeller


A native New Yorker, Fritz is a director, producer and writer who worked extensively in the New York soap opera world, winning a Daytime Emmy Award for his work on TOLN’s One Life to Live. In addition to numerous short films, he directed the indie feature What Would Bear Do? (2011), as well as the fourth season of the web soap Empire (2013). An accomplished theater director, Fritz conceived and directed the musical revue Foxy Ladies Love/Boogie 70’s Explosion, which played to sold-out crowds for over a year at NY’s legendary Duplex. He has staged many other plays, musicals and readings in New York, and received a 2016 New York Innovative Theatre Award for outstanding direction of the award-winning play Composure at the WorkShop Theater Company. Incidentally, that theater is the inspiration for the web series Off-Off-Kilter.

Anne Fizzard


Anne has spent many years working in New York’s Off-Off-Broadway world as an actor, playwright, producer, and administrator.  She is a longtime member of the Drama Desk-nominated WorkShop Theater Company (recently serving as Director of Film and Video Marketing).  Originally from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, Anne has a BA (Honors) in English from Mount Allison University, and did summer school at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.  She trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NY).  Subsequent highlights: studied acting with Alfred Molina and Laura Esterman, interned at Ensemble Studio Theater, and played Linda Tripp in Verbatim Verboten (opposite Olympia Dukakis as Monica Lewinsky).

In 2014, she took a course at the School of Visual Arts: "Producing Your Own Digital Series".  Off-Off-Kilter is her first such project, and is inspired by the vast range of misadventures and personalities she has experienced along the way.  Member, AEA/SAG-AFTRA/ACTRA, IFP.

Scott C. Sickles


Scott Sickles has been the artistic director of Pittsburgh New Voices, Running Start Productions, Release the Hounds Productions, Antipodes Theatrical, the WorkShop Theater Company, and now the Frying Pan. As a playwright, his work has been produced in New York City, across the United States, and in Europe, Asia, and Australia. Published works include the full-lengths Intellectuals and Demon Bitch Goddess, the short plays Murmurs and Beautiful Noises, and several monologues. Other full-lengths include Shepherd’s Bush (GulfShore Playhouse New Works Festival), Moonlight & Love Songs (GayFestNYC 2013), Lightning From Heaven (Beverly Hills Theater Guild/Julie Harris Playwriting Award), From the Top, Perfecting the Kiss, and The Philosopher’s Joke.  He has received three Writers Guild of America Awards for the daytime drama General Hospital, as well as multiple Emmy and WGA Award nominations for that series and One Life to Live.  His latest play, Composure  (Winner, 2016 New York Innovative Theatre Award, Outstanding Original Full-Length Script), receives a main stage production at the WorkShop in June, directed by Fritz Brekeller.


Cecily Benjamin Hughes


Cecily Benjamin Hughes holds a BA in Theater from UCLA and a NY State Regents Certificate from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.  Some film credits: The Friends, One of the Boys, and television's Up All Night with Gilbert Gottfried.  Some Stage credits: The Color of Justice, Ukimwi, The Nigger Trial, Verbatim Verboten, Green Honey Love, Interchange and Tarragona. 




Richard Kent Green


Film: Stanley Cuba, The Fallen, The Butcher, Kitty Bainbridge is Dead; TV: "Sex & the City", "Saturday Night Live", "One Life to Live". NYTheater: Einstein at St. Clement’s, Play to Win at the Promenade, The Sixth Commandment in Best of FringeNYC; NYCFringe: The Sixth Commandment, Two Girls From Vermont, Elektrafire. WorkShop Theater Company Artist since 2002, where he has produced, directed, designed and appeared in many plays, readings and special events, including Parish Dunkeld, A Christmas Carol – A New Musical, LOL, Certain Souls, Madness by Manus, Night Circus, Verbatim Verboten NYC and Vaudeville Nouveau – An Extravaganza of Burlesque Proportions. 2012 NYITAward-nominee for Lighting Design, Poe Times Two.

Greg Oliver Bodine

Greg is an actor and playwright living in New York City.  His Regional & Stock Theatre credits include: PlayMakers Repertory Company, Cape May Stage, BoarsHead Theater, Princeton Repertory Company, Saint Vincent Theatre, Millbrook Playhouse,  Cortland Repertory Theatre, Huron Playhouse, Magnet Theatre Company and North Shore Theatre Group.  New York Stage: Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Metropolitan Playhouse, WorkShop Theater Company, SoHo Playhouse, HERE Arts Center, Manhattan Theatre Source, American Globe Theater, FringeNYC, Living Image Arts, Center Stage, Retro Productions, Theater Ten Ten and Ken Davenport Theater, W-WOW! Radio Mystery Hour at Cranston & Spade and the Columbia University M.F.A. Directing Program.   Film: Mania Days; Movie 43.   Television: "Boardwalk Empire," "Law & Order: SVU", "Guiding Light", "As The World Turns" and "Saturday Night Live."

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