by nick payne
This spellbinding, romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. But what happens next defies the boundaries of the world we think we know—delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny.
December 1-17, 2017
Meet the Cast
Born and raised in Maine, Anna ventured out to Michigan last year for an apprenticeship at The Purple Rose Theatre. She attended Colby College, and has also studied at the Eugene O’Neill Center and The Barrow Group. After working regionally in Maine, and briefly off-off-off-Broadway, Anna is excited to launch her theater-making career in Michigan! Big thanks and hugs to Adriane, Guy and Michelle, Mom and Dad, and Michael. Anna also does film and voiceover work– learn more at annadoyleactor.com.
Scott Anthony Joy
A Sterling Heights native, Scott is happy to be back in his home state. Credits include: South Pacific (Paper Mill Playhouse, St. Louis Muny), The Goat or who is Sylvia (St. Louis Actors’ Studio), The Jungle Book (Stages St. Louis), Big River (8th Wonder Productions), Macbeth (St. Louis Rep), Saturday Night Fever (Royal Caribbean), amongst others. He holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the celebrated Webster Conservatory. Scott would like to thank you for supporting live performance!
Meet the Production Team
Adriane Galea is thrilled for Outvisible to be launching its first show and to be working with such an amazing group of people. Adriane is the Artistic Director of Outvisible as well as the Executive Director of its parent organization, Center Stage Studios, where she teaches voice, piano, and acting. In the past, Adriane has worked both on and offstage with The AKT Theatre Project in Wyandotte, some of her favorites being Children of Eden (Mama Noah), Spring Awakening (Vocal Director), and The Turn of the Screw (Director). Adriane serves on the Board of Directors of the American Guild of Music and An Amazing Woman Foundation, and she is proud to have graduated from the University of Michigan!
Harley Miah (Lighting Designer) is a professional in the entertainment technology industry. He is a freelance lighting programmer for a large number of nightclubs, concerts and festivals across the country, and the chief lighting designer for IKO Global Productions. He is also the lighting designer for the AKT Theatre Project in Wyandotte, and the Open Book Theatre Company in Trenton, where he designed the lights for all the shows in Open Book’s first two seasons and earned a Wilde Award for Best Design – Lights for his work on Red in 2015. When not in the theater, Harley spends his time painting, building Lego stages, loitering in museums, and riding his bicycle on the mean streets of downriver. Harley is very proud to be a part of Outvisible’s inaugural season, and thanks you for supporting this exciting new theatre company.