Tony Mowatt performs throughout NY and NJ. Some past credits include: Billis (South Pacific), Leo Frank (Parade),Roger Debris (The Producers), Charles Guiteau (Assassins), and Martin Dysart (Equus); including numerous student films. He received a BA in Theatre from Kean University and currently studies at The Patrick Page Studio. He is a well-rounded musician with over two decades of guitar and fourteen years of piano under his belt. He resides in Jersey City with his dog, Jimmy. www.tonymowatt.com
Michelle Ireton is explosively excited to be making her Off-Broadway debut with the company of Whiskey Pants. Michelle studied at Kent State University where she got her BFA in Musical Theatre and has been living the chaotic dream here in Manhattan ever since. The list of people who need thanking would never begin to fit in this bio, but a few honorable mentions include Mom and Dad, for their unconditional support; her friends and roommates, both past and present, for their exceptional tolerance; and Mind The Art Entertainment for this extraordinary experience. And Ricky, for his constant love and encouragement.
Charlie Tingen is thrilled to be making his HERE debut! Fav credits: The Producers National Tour (“Springtime for Hitler” Tenor), Les Misérables (Enjolras), West Side Story (Tony), The Rocky Horror Show (Riff Raff), The Addams Family (Lucas), Man of La Mancha (Padre), Gaybraham Lincoln: The Musical (John Wilkes Booth), Into the Woods (Jack). Proud graduate of Coastal Carolina University (BFA Musical Theatre). Thanks to Christian, Trevor, and everyone at MTAE! Love to Mom, Dad, and family! www.charlietingen.com @charlietingen
Chloe Fox (Sybil) is a graduate of NYU Tisch (CAP21) and recently returned from touring with Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella (Lady of Ridicule, u/s Madame). Favorite credits include Morticia (The Addams Family, The Palace Theatre), Connie (Saturday Night Fever, Finger Lakes MTF), Rizzo (Grease, Theatre By The Sea), Bombalurina (Cats, Flat Rock Playhouse), and The Tempest, starring Sam Waterston and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (The Public's Shakespeare in the Park: Ensemble, u/s Miranda). www.ChloeFox.com
Bernard Holcomb is totally stoked to be in the cast of Whiskey Pants! His recent engagements include an International tour of Porgy and Bess and Collins in RENT. Check him out on Instagram @damon_speaks. Love to mom and dad.
Caitlin Mesiano (Prudence/Abigail) is a whiskey enthusiast and therefore is Delighted to be making her HERE Arts Center Debut in Whiskey Pants! Regional: Sister Act (North Shore Music Theatre, Theatre By the Sea, St. Michael's Playhouse); Beauty and the Beast and South Pacific (Gateway Playhouse); A Christmas Carol (John W. Engeman Theater); john and jen (The Theater Barn). Others: Jo in Little Women (Bob Jones University) and most recently, Little Red in Into the Woods with St. Petersburg Opera. BFA in Musical Theater from Pace University in Manhattan. Special Thanks to Aaron, UIA, Mind the Art.
Nicholas Connolly is delighted to return to Williamsburg with this production. Other Mind the Art credits include Jasper Sloan in Beware the Chupacabra at the New York Fringe Festival, Charles in the premiere of Whiskey Pants at the 2015 Frigid Festival, as well as singing on A Drink with Death and several other concerts. This past summer, he sang Dr. Falke in Taconic Opera’s Die Fledermaus, and covered Older Thompson in Opera Upper West’s Glory Denied. He has appeared in the chorus in LoftOpera’s critically acclaimed productions of Rossini’s Otello and Le comte Ory. A graduate of Rutgers University and the Manhattan School of Music, he is presently an adjunct professor of voice at NYU.
Eric Michael Parker
Eric is a recent SoCal transplant grateful to be making his NYC debut here at Whiskey Pants. Top winner of Weill Foundation's International Lotte Lenya Competition, recognizing performers with dramatic and musical versatility. Eric's career has brought him to places across the globe, from the Tokyo Disney Resort to Operafestival di Roma in Rome's Piazza Navona. Select credits: Freddy: My Fair Lady (MTW, Prather), Harold Bride: Titanic (Moonlight Prod.), Melchior: Spring Awakening (Riverside Rep), Robert: The Drowsy Chaperone (Norris PAC), Henry: Next to Normal (SDMT). B.M. from Chapman U. ericmichaelparker.com
Coloratura soprano and actress, Claudillea glides across musical and theatrical borders; from the Baroque to Screen Acting to Musical Theatre to premiering New Works; such as ‘She’ in Memory by composer Andrew Seligson at the DiMenna Center and most recently Jelani in The Grey Suit society performed at WOW Cafe Theatre. A graduate of Manhattan School of Music, Ms Holloway has sung as Amore (L’incoronazione di Poppea) and Hen (Cunning Little Vixen). Claudillea seeks to use her art as a vital tool to highlight the social issues that are affecting our current climate. She is thrilled to be making her Off-Broadway debut with such a fantastic team!
Stefanie is a proud almost “real” New Yorker and University of Utah Actor Training Program alum who is excited to make her Mind the Art debut. Credits include: Off-Broadway: What Do Critics Know? (The York Theater), Flak House (Actors Temple Theater). NY: Red Wine in Paper Cups (TheaterNOW), Midsummer...Dream (Titania). Regional: Pioneer Theater Co. (Romeo & Juliet, Dial 'M' for Murder), Salt Lake Acting Co. (Master Class, Too Much Memory), Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice), Tristan & Yseult (Yseult). Film/TV/Web: Butterflies of Bill Baker, Unforgettable (CBS), Breathe In (dir. Drake Doremus), Friends with Benefits for Life. www.stefanielondino.co
Vincent Hale is a Singer/Actor/Dancer who hails from Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is currently the Enrichment Lead for the Partnership for Innercity Education, teaching music at two schools in Harlem. Vincent is a member of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and has been blessed to travel to Ghana, Bermuda, Nicaragua and Italy with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers. Mr. Hale has graced the stage as Jim in Big River, Coalhouse Walker Jr. in Ragtime, Tom Collins in RENT, and Tinman in The Wiz. "A song is but a little thing, and yet what a joy it is to sing."