Eva Marie Mastrangelo
Eva Marie Mastrangelo is a New York native and graduate of Skidmore College. She appeared most recently as Sister Mary Lazarus in the Fireside Theatre's production of Sister Act the Musical. Other credits include: A Wonderful Life, Elise: a New Musical, Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah, A Christmas Carol, Tombstone: the Legend of Wyatt Earp, The Beggar's Opera, Merrily We Roll Along, and Top Girls. Much love always to CRN!
Lauren Gray is a human – in addition to that she is a: lover of birthdays and really good stories, always laugh/clapper, full believer in the power of human kindness, and enjoy-er of delicious black coffee that she’ll drink all day long. You can often find her recording character voice overs from her kitchen table, working intently on an amNY crossword, strongly considering her horoscope for the week, talking about something she heard on NPR's Morning Edition, and, despite coordination in whipping out a triple time step, forever untangling her headphones from around the subway pole. If you don't find her those places, you'll surely catch her being silly with Thunderbolt Comedy's Experiment Theatre in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on improv house team Heiress or indie team Picture Day. New York’s been home for many moons, but rural southern Virginia will always hold her heart captive. She is a graduate and advanced study student at UCB and studied theatre, film, and dance at Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD). She is a keeper of endless to-do lists. She is pretty okay with this.
Aaron is thrilled to be a part of Eve and Her Neighbors. Previous FringeNYC acting credits include Exodus and Good Good Trouble on Bad Bad Island. Regional credits include Tribes (Heartland Theatre), Oliver! and Fiddler on the Roof (The Muny). Directing credits include David Rabe's The Orphan (The Tank), The Jazz Age and an all female production of Jean Genet's Deathwatch (FringeNYC). BFA: NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Alverneq, from Brooklyn, NY, studied theatre for four years at Frank Sinatra HS where she learned the importance of "cultivating your weirdness." Working at an off Broadway theatre throughout high school and college brought her face to face with many unique performers and audience members. Her favorite part of any show is seeing how the acting, costumes, lighting and music all come together to create a seamless production.
A graduate of Hunter College with a degree in Media Studies and minor in English, she works at an advertising agency on the L'oreal account. Theatre and beauty have some common threads, both allow the creators to try on different masks that best capture their current selves.
Adam Feingold is excited to be playing the role of GOD, in the Fringe Festival Production of Eve and Her Neighbors. Adam will be making his return to the theater after working on various television shows over the last year. He can be seen on AMC in a recurring role, playing Billy in Feed the Beast, on HBO playing Cousin Herschel in Vinyl, as Jackie the mover on Louie CK's Horace and Peete, and next year recurring in a new untitled program to premiere on Netflix. Adam completed his acting training at the Maggie Flanigan Studio. He also studied voice and speech with Shane Ann Younts, which came in especially handy for this role.