By Sun & Candlelight Postcard

The Dispute
by Pierre de Marivaux


Summit Rock, Central Park
August 14-16, 21-23 at 6:30pm
Suggested Donation: $10

In an isolated wilderness, a strange experiment plays out…

Four orphans, raised in captivity, are released into the wild to discover the wonders of love, friendship, and lust. Their choices will determine their fates, as onlookers seek the ultimate resolution to an age-old dispute: which sex was unfaithful first?

Watch their hilariously awkward and sweetly heartbreaking encounters play out amidst the lush greenery of Central Park - a spot tailor-made for Marivaux's sexy and subversive comedy. What better way to spend a summer evening, than to enjoy a classic tale of romance (and betrayal) in the great outdoors?

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Lauren Bourke
LAUREN BOURKE (Hermiane) is a Texas native, graduate of Indiana University's Theater program, student at Stella Adler, and excited initiate of New York theater (first NY show, y'all!)
David Federman
DAVID FEDERMAN (Mesrin) is a New York based actor and designer. Most recently he was seen as Lorenzo in Classics on the Rocks' The Merchant of Venice. Past credits include She Stoops to Conquer (Across the Rubicon), Shakes-Day (Classics on the Rocks), Twelfth Night (Anthology Podcast), As You Like It (Cave Painting Theatre), Sketchbook 13 (Collaboraction), and Proof (Court Theatre). He is a proud member of the 2014 ACADEMY Ensemble at Black Box Acting Studio.
Max Hanau

MAX HANAU (Azor) Making his New York debut, Max most recently performed in London with Burning Coal Theater's tour production of The Iron Curtain Trilogy. Previously he has worked in many productions at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he just recently received his degree in acting. Favorite performances include Additional Particulars, The Giver, and Monty Python's Spamalot.

Paul Hinkes
PAUL HINKES (The Prince) is an actor, musician, and recent graduate of Yale University, where he studied Film and Theatre Studies. At Yale, he acted in over ten productions, including originals Dust Can’t Kill Me and Fortuna Fantasia which both also ran at the New York International Fringe Festival 2014. Paul plays guitar, piano, and has extensive classical and folk singing experience. He recently starred in the satyrical web series “Our Modern Lives” ( Paul is thrilled to be making his post-grad New York debut with The Dispute and the Everyday Inferno team! Paul is 6’8”.
Veronique Jeanmarie
VERONIQUE JEANMARIE (Carise) Acting Credits include A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Snorks and Pins Company), HAMLET (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival tour), and COMEDY OF ERRORS (Curious Frog Theatre Company.) She has performed her solo project BIG RED DRUM SET at The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival, Dixon Place, and The One Woman Standing Festival. Veronique has also worked regionally at The Kennedy Center, American Conservatory Theater, and the California Theatre Center.
Antonio Jones
ANTONIO DEMARCUS JONES (Mesrou) A graduate of Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, with a BFA, Antonio Démarcus Jones made the big move to New York City a year ago. Last summer he was a part of Pu!se Ensemble Theatre's production of Romeo and Juliet. He is excited to finally act again, after a year of hiatus. He would also like to thank his family and friends for helping him chase after his dream.
Liz Leimkuhler
LIZ LEIMKUHLER (Adine) is thrilled to be making her debut in New York City with Everyday Inferno Theatre Company. A recent graduate of Harvard College, Liz spent the last four years performing with the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club. She is delighted to finally be embarking on a career in the performing arts. Favorite credits at Harvard include Solange in The Maids, Carol Newquist in Little Murders, Joanne in Company, and Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd.
Anthony Paglia
ANTHONY PAGLIA (Meslis) is thrilled to make his New York debut in The Dispute with Everyday Inferno Theatre Company. Anthony recently received his BFA in Acting from Montclair State University. Previous productions there include The Winter’s Tale, Wintertime, Henry V, and A Streetcar Named Desire.   
Serena Profaci
SERENA PROFACI (Dina) is excited to make her Everyday Inferno debut. She is a student, actor, singer and writer from Connecticut. She makes a mean tiramisu and can touch her tongue to her nose. Recent credits include Puck from A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Ursula Merkle from the musical Bye Bye Birdie. Thank you to Amy, Joe, Sander and her loving and supportive friends for not letting her chicken out.  Many thanks to an amazing cast and crew.
Aubrey Quinn
AUBREY E. QUINN (Egle) Grounded in a strong foundation of theatre training, Aubrey has had the opportunity to explore many varied characters from a gender bending production of Hamlet, as the title character, to the simple minded Rose in Dancing at Lughnasa. Having trained in both New York (Adelphi University) and London (LAMDA) she has a unique understanding of classical and modern theatre as well as TV/Film acting. Her most recent work – a short film entitled "A New Year" – can be seen this fall as it makes its way through the NYC short film festival circuit. When not acting you might catch Aubrey at your local open mic night performing poetry or at the Deaf Poetry Slam signing amongst friends. When all else fails, you can most certainly find her on the 6 train with her nose buried in a good book.
ANAIS KOIVISTO† (Director) is an award-winning New York-based freelance director with an interest in new works and heightened-language classics. Previous credits include The Turn of the Screw at the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion, The Roaring Girl, A Map to Somewhere Else (133rd Street Arts Center Lab), Something Wicked and Heart of Oak (Hangover Encore selections in the 2014 and 2015 FRIGID New York festivals), Briar Rose & the Thirteenth Fairy (The Jan Hus Playhouse), and multiple short plays and readings with Everyday Inferno, 3V, the Looking Glass Theater Forum, and the Core Artists' Ensemble. Anaïs is the Artistic Director and co-founder of Everyday Inferno Theatre Company, holds a BFA from Boston University and has studied at LAMDA and ACT, is a New York Affiliate member of Seiche Productions, and has served as a member of (Re:) Directions Theatre Company and the Theatre Artists' Conspiracy.

KATHERINE SOMMER† (Producer) is a producer and director working primarily in the tri-state area.  She is a Skidmore College graduate and a current board member of the North Jersey-based theatre company Tomfoolery Theatre, where she has co-produced Godspell and Zombie Prom.  She has directed productions in four consecutive Writer/Director Forums at the Looking Glass Theater (NY).  She is proud to be a founding member of the innovative and wonderful Everyday Inferno Theatre Company where she now serves as Producing Director.  With Everyday Inferno, Katherine was the producer of Briar Rose & the Thirteenth Fairy and the director of Dog and Human as part of The Golden Hour and The Policy as part of the first annual If on a Winter's Night...  She is excited to be a part of this year's FRIGID festival and is, as always, eternally grateful to her incredibly supportive parents and friends.

† Denotes Everyday Inferno company members