Announcing our Love(or not-so-love)-ly Cast!

I want to start this post by thanking all who auditioned for Burning up the Dictionary cast. The two days of auditions I facilitated were quite fun and it was great meeting so many of you!

I also want to introduce you to our two actors, Cassandra Meyer and Tim Hoover! These fantastic people will be playing Suzie-Fay and George in the show, which [shameless plug] goes up November 28 through December 1 at the Standford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts. TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE!!

Cassandra Meyer received her BA in performance from Northeastern University and has also studied at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland. Previous credits include: Twelfth Night (Arts After Hours), Girl Hopping (Sugar Cereal Productions), The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (Happy Medium Theater Company), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Winthrop Playmakers), The House of Yes (Apollinaire Theatre Company), The Dining Room and The Winter’s Tale (Bad Habit Productions), Polaroid Stories (Tinderbox Stage Company), and the films Marranos (Charles River Media) and Skin & Bone (Milk and Cookie Productions). To L, always.

Tim Hoover is a locally grown actor with a penchant for working with emerging playwrights and new scripts.  He’s worked with a number of wonderful companies in the Boston theatre scene including: Whistler In the Dark, Fort Point Theatre Channel, Unreliable Narrator, Improv Boston, Stoneham Theatre, New Reperatory Theatre, the Publick Theatre, Gurnet Theatre Project, and Sugan Theatre Company.  Tim is excited to join Cassandra, James, Meron, and the rest of the Vagabond Team in lighting this Merriam-Webster on fire!


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