Hannah Eakin is so excited to perform in her second show with Sour Grapes Productions.  She was last seen as Helen in their production of CSI: Mayberry.  Other credits include: Mary Poppins (Mary); Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown); Singin’ in the Rain (Kathy); Tarzan (Jane); Hello, Dolly! (Irene); Fiddler on the Roof (Hodel) (The Barn Theatre); the regional premiere of The Bridges of Madison County, Mary Poppins (US Mary/Katie Nanna/Ensemble); Les Miserables (US Cosette/Factory Girl/Ensemble); Elf (Mrs. Claus/Ensemble) (The Arkansas Repertory Theatre); Twelfth Night (Essential Theatre Group). She will also be seen in the upcoming feature film Raunch and Roll, directed by Phil Wurtzel. Hannah received her Bachelor of Music from Oklahoma City University, and she is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.  Many thanks to Genny for this opportunity! www.hannaheakin.com

 

Mitchell Cetuk is originally from Martinsville, New Jersey.  He graduated from St. Joseph’s University in 2009 with a BS in Actuarial Science with minors in Math, and Physics.  Upon graduating he toured the country with his band Keeping Riley for two years, which resulted in the production of three albums.  In 2013 he moved to the Big Apple where he began to study acting with Ann Ratray.  This is his second time appearing in "A Fifth Dimension" after appearing in the original New Year’s 2016 production, and dedicates this performance to his family, his friends, and his acting coach.

 

Adison Eisenberg is a professional 10 year old actress from Long Island, NY.  She has been acting since the age of 4 and has been in over a dozen independent films.  She recently received a nomination for "Best Actress in a Comedy" for her portrayal of Creepy Girl in the independent film "The White Spruce".  She is now in the middle of production on the indie film "The Consequence of Words", playing the role of Enni. Adison has completed filming two television pilots, "Good Dads", and "Em & J".  She can be seen on television in shows such as "Hack My Life", “Momsters", "Suddenly Rich", "A Crime to Remember" & "Elementary".  She can now be seen on the Doritos Crash the Superbowl website, where her commercial is currently a semi-finalist.  In addition, she has done voice-over work for Aflac, Band-Aid, & Orlando Tourism. Outside of acting Adison is a competitive gymnast and huge dog lover!

 

Zachary Millard is an NYC based Actor, Comedian, and Improvisor. He produces several comedy shows around NYC and is actively filming multiple projects. Originally from Bradenton, Florida Zachary moved to NYC in 2016 to further work on and develop his craft. Contact info as well as up to date projects can be found on his website at zacharymillard.com

 

 

 

 

Matthew Preston is originally from Pittsburgh, PA.  Preston is a graduate from Penn State University and The New York Film Academy.  TV/Film credits include: Rick (Inside Amy Schumer), Peter (Custody), Ryan (5 Dias). Recent NYC Off B'Way Theater credits include: Dimitri in The Other Option (Manhattan Rep Theater), Steven in Love Story For 2 Players/4 People (The Player's Theatre Short Play Festival), Munga the Dingo in Dog Logs (Alpha NYC), Don in The Gayest Christmas Pageant Ever (Alpha NYC), Prince Emmanuel in A Wronged Deadfall (Abstract Theatre Company), and Egeus in A Midsummer Night’s Dram (Sour Grapes Productions).  Be on the lookout for his upcoming graphic novel series, Lost & Found! www.matthewpreston.us

 

Bryan Songy returns to Sour Grapes, having previously stumbled into their productions of As He Likes It (Secret Theater Festival), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, CSI: Mayberry (FRIGID Festival), A Fifth Dimension (original production), and Countess Dracula.  Other NYC theatre includes Bastard Blood (Sibylline Prods, world premiere) and Boeing Boeing (Brookes Stage Co).  Proud graduate, Circle in the Square Theatre School, where he appeared in Into the Woods and The Seagull, amongst others.  He recently directed a production of tick…tick…BOOM! at the Artist’s Sandbox. Other favorites include The Crucible (twice) and The Fantasticks.  Thanks to Genny and Chris for having him again.

 

Amanda Stafford This is Amanda's fourth production with Sour Grapes Productions, having performed previously as Diana in Countess Dracula!, Petra Quince in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and in the original cast of A Fifth Dimension. Amanda is an improviser on the Panel, the founding improv team of the Armory Improv Theater at The Tank in Times Square (Fridays at 9:30p!). Prior to moving to New York, Amanda spent three years writing and performing with the Humor Mill Orlando Sketch Comedy Troupe, and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Music from the University of Central Florida. Thanks to Genny and Chris for bringing this rascal onboard again! amandastafford.com

 

Chris Weigandt has had a lengthy performing career, including local, regional, and Off-Off Broadway productions. She was in the original NY cast of Nightlife on the Mojave, which was called "A brilliant performance, quickly hazed over by a hail of styrofoam props.”. She appeared in the original production of Fifth Dimension, and recently appeared in Timeless Beauty as Margaret Redding (Radioactive Festival, NYTW), Audrey in As He Likes It (Secret Theater Festival), and as Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In addition to acting, she is the costumer for and co-founder of Sour Grapes Productions.

 

 

 

Genny Yosco has been involved with theater and the arts since she was in elementary school, and it’s just been a steady decline into madness ever since. Favorite credits include Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Trinculo in Tempest, Eliza Thorn in Timeless Beauty (Radioactive Festival, NYTW), Kate in Taming of the Shrew, and Phoebe in As He Likes It (Secret Theater Festival). She has written and directed this crazy project, and has also written and produced several Sour Grapes Productions plays and films. She’d like to thank the FRIGID Festival for having a show of hers here once again, and her loud, weird cast for not embarrassing her TOO much. www.SourGrapesProductions.com