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Ingrid Sanai Buron (Ruth): Ingrid is thrilled to be making her debut with Red Curtain Foundation. She last appeared via Zoom having a nervous breakdown in the lead role of Mrs. Pringle in the 1920’s comedic play, Fourteen. Other favorite recent theater roles include Kate in Sylvia (Broadway World Best Performer Nominee) at Renton Civic Theater, Annie Cannon in Silent Sky(Outstanding Featured Actor Award) at the Driftwood, Lady Eugenia in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Driftwood), and Actor 1 in Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville (Driftwood). Ingrid spent a decade in Los Angeles where she recurred on “House” (FOX) and “The Unit” (CBS), guest-starred on “Gilmore Girls” (CW), “Prison Break” (FOX), “According to Jim” (ABC), etc. She has also appeared in numerous short films and commercials in the Pacific Northwest. Love and gratitude to her husband Brian. For more information please go to her website at www.ingridsanaiburon.com.
Mary Leedy (Sarah): Mary is very excited to be playing Sarah in this creative virtual project! Most recently Mary portrayed Sylvia (the dog) in Sylvia as well as Haversham in The Butler Did It at Renton Civic Theatre (RCT). Originally from North Carolina, Mary is best known for her role of Juniper in the U.S. premiere of Many Moons (Commonweath Endeavors). Other performances include Harper in Elevator(Commonwealth Endeavors), Claire in The Maids (Common Ground Theatre), as well as Donna in Spirits to Enforce and Daughter in Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (Manbites Dog Theatre). Mary was also featured as Alyson in the short film “My Dumb Face” (Beery Media LLC), accepted into film festivals throughout the US. Mary attended NC State University, graduating with a Master's Degree in Global Innovation Management, a BS in Chemical Engineering, a minor in Theatre and an Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship nomination for her performance for Madame de Tourvel in Dangerous Liaisons.
Megan McDermott (Annie): Megan's excited to be back performing! This is her first Zoom show and the excitement is overwhelming. Last year, you may have seen her as both Lane and Merriman in Red Curtain's The Importance of Being Earnest. Other Red Curtain shows Megan has acted include Dark of the Moon and Love, Loss, and What I Wore. When she isn't acting, Megan is still helping with shows backstage in any way needed. Megan is originally from Colorado where she worked for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival backstage and in props artistry/ mastery. She moved up to Washington state and the rest, as they say, is history. In her "spare time", Megan is driving right hand drive vehicles and learning how to do voiceover work.
Morgan Peeler (Reg): This is Morgan’s first virtual show and, after a year of pandemic living, he is finally getting used to Zoom. He has previously worked with the Red Curtain Foundation in Cotton Patch Gospel, Lost in Yonkers, Dark of the Moon, and Angry Housewives to name a few. He’s currently helping his son navigate the magical world of distance learning. Despite daily guitar practice, he can’t seem to master the C chord. He’s just now realized that it’s high time to update his headshots.
Asa Sholdez (Norman): Asa has long been a fan of Alan Ayckbourn, and while deftly avoiding the correct spelling of the playwright’s name he has both been in other Akborn shows AND played Normans for other authors. THIS particular Norman is a special delight as tribute to a mentor and Norman passed. God bless and keep you Gregg. As a Norman, Asa would like to thank another Annie for blessing and keeping him. You rock Baby.
Emory Tibbetts (Tom): Emory is happy to be making his debut at the Red Curtain! This is the second time he has collaborated with Scott in a British farce, having previously played high-strung husband and struggling playwright Basil Martin in Milk and Honey at Western Washington University. Since graduating, he has taken his first steps to becoming a voiceover artist. In his spare time, he enjoys drawing wacky comics with his friends.