D'Arcy Drollinger works include: Scalpel!, The Possession of Mrs. Jones, Pink Elephants, Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra Showgirls, Suburbia 3000, Shit & Champagne and The Cereal Killers. He has also worked as a producer, director and choreographer. Other credits include: The Producers (first Broadway production), Hairspray the Musical (first Broadway production), Glamour, Glory and Gold (La Mama) and VH1's Divas 2000 featuring RuPaul. Drollinger is a participant in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and member of the Dramatists Guild of America. For more, visit darcydrollinger.com.
Liz Anderson has worked with Cal Shakes, Cuttingball, the Tony n' Tina's Wedding franchise, Brava Theater, The Playwrights Foundation, and San Francisco PlayGround. Recent film and TV credits include Trauma (NBC), national commercials for General Electric, US Cellular, American Express, and Google's latest April fools joke. She is currently producing and starring in an animated film, entitled, The Etymology of Zero, about a Math-Geek Princess. She holds a BFA in theater from NYU's Tisch Theater program, has trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, and is an Emerging Artist Fellow, with the Kevin Spacey Foundation. In her free time she writes sketch comedy, studies Mycology, and tries to come up with compelling reasons why she should finally visit the one continent she has never been to, Antarctica.
Michael Patrick Gaffney has been acting in the Bay Area for the past 15 years. Most recently, Michael was seen in "Red, White and Tuna", at California Conservatory Theatre. He has been performing regularly with 42nd Street Moon for the past 7 years. Other theatres he has worked with include: San Jose Stage Co., Diablo Theatre Company, The Aurora Theatre Co., Word for Word, Broadway by the Bay, Porchlight Theatre, and Encore Theatre. Michael has been a proud member of Actors' Equity Association since 1997.
Cindy Goldfield is thrilled to be working with D'Arcy Drollinger and Back It Up Productions for the third time. Previously, she appeared in Scalpel! at Brava Theatre Center and in the original production of Project: Lohan at LaMama E.T.C./NYC. Her Regional acting credits include Center REP, TheatreWorks, 42nd Street Moon, Willows Theatre Company, San Jose Rep, Broadway By the Bay, Marin Theatre Company, Playhouse West, Golden Thread Productions, ODC, eight seasons of A Christmas Carol with American Conservatory Theater and Playground, where she is a long time company member. Most recently, she appeared in Bill W and Dr. Bob at San Jose Rep. In addition to teaching in the Young Conservatory at ACT, and working extensively in voice-over, Ms. Goldfield also enjoys the cabaret collaboration of Goldfield & Koldewyn and is a two-time recipient of both the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle and the Dean Goodman Choice awards.
Sara Moore is a proud San Francisco actor & comedienne who is ecstatic to be working again with D'Arcy Drollinger! Locally, she has appeared with New Conservatory Theatre, Aurora Theatre, Center Rep, George Coates Performance Works, Make-A-Circus, New Pickle Circus, Brava, Theatre Rhino, Finn's Funhouse and The Rrazz Room. Nationally and New York: Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus, Krofft Puppets, Royal Caribbean, Merv Griffin's Resorts, La Mama ETC, Ars Nova, Women's Project, The Vital Theatre, and P.S. 122 and she is just back from 3 months appearing as Harpo Marx at The Tropicana Casino Resort in Atlantic City. Sara is Artistic Director of Barbary Coast Amusements, a San Francisco-based circus fusion company for which she has written and will soon star in Cyclones, a manic piece of narrative clowning about the cosmology of roller coasters, alongside two SF greats, Joan Mankin and Rhodessa Jones, in Spring of 2013.
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