TAKEN Company continued


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Brian Levi

Brian Levi (Robert) debuts with SRTC. Most recently in the SF Fringe Festival’s It Came from Fukushima (Ray), A Streetcar Named Desire (Mitch) at Shelton Theater, Six Degrees of Separation (Larkin) at Custom Made Theatre, and To Kill a Mockingbird (Atticus) at Hillbarn, Brian is a long-time TBA member and has done many Bay Area shows over the years. Other recent productions include staged readings for Golden Thread Productions and the ReproRights! Festival, SF Olympians (Herakles in Medea) and PCSF's Sheherezade's Last Tales at The Exit, Sylvia (Greg) at CRT, Pear Slices 2015 (TBA Finalist) at The Pear, Three Sisters (Vershinin) at DMT and The Birthday Party (McCann) at The Dragon. Other past favorites include The Sound of Music (Captain) and Lend Me a Tenor (Tito) at the Altarena Playhouse, All My Sons (Chris) and The Diary of Anne Frank (Otto) at ArtRise, Crossing Delancey (Sam) at Hillbarn, Deathtrap (Sidney) and Dark Sonnets of the Lady (Freud) at PSP, and The Fantasticks (El Gallo). Brian also performed while at Rice University, including with the RSC. Follow Brian at facebook.com/brian.levi.actor

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Stacy Marshall

Some of Stacy’s recent credits include: Stage Manager, Light/Sound Operator on Dead Certain (San Francisco & New York City), Misery, and No Exit, Stage Manager on Blessings By Susan Jackson, Blessing Her Heart, The Demon Pope, Well Operator, Running Crew: Cinderella Waltz. Stacy is also a photographer of over 25 years that has been working with theater and improv groups in the San Francisco Bay. She has shot such groups as:RadioStar Improv, The Green Room Improv Players, The Legal Briefs, Tilted Frame, Improv Revolution Allstars, and many others. Her photography exhibit Bi-Coastal Unique Perspectives has been seen in San Francisco and New York City, as well as a solo exhibit at the Cassandra’s Call Studio at Off-Market Theaters in San Francisco. Her solo exhibit Lightning in a Bottle, a series capturing moments of live performance was installed at the Royce Gallery for 3 months in 2009. At present, Stacy is working on her new series, Signs of the Times. Stacy other work includes her iconic series Bi-coastal Perspectives: Unique views of NYC and SF Landmarks.

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Eric Reid

Eric Reid is an Actor, Artistic Director and Producer.  He’s the founder and Artistic Director of Theatre Madcap.  Theater MadCap’s mission and continuing purpose is to promote our vision of Deliberately Diverse Theater as catalyst for social change and cultural understanding. We do this by providing accessible connection points for all races, genders, sexual orientation, classes and ages with a specific focus on exploring the commonalities of the human experience while celebrating the full spectrum of our ethnic diversity. Eric Reid's life and art is dedicated to the examination of black and brown lives and the quality of those lives in America. He has been awarded the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts fellowship where over the next year he and 29 other fellows will be examining one very important question: What does EQUITY look like? Stage roles include Lee in TRUE WEST for which he received a TBA Award Nomination for Best Actor, a reading of the solo WHITE RABBIT, RED RABBIT in the SF International Arts Festival. He was seen in EMMET AND AVA. Earlier this year he directed YOUR GONNA CRY by Paul S. Flores.