Niamn, pronounced Neev, is very excited to be a part of Dominion. She is a senior at Oakland Tech and has been performing in shows since she was 10 years-old. Some of her recent performances include Carrie in Carrie The Musical, Joanne in Rent, and Rona in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Acting is her passion along with musical theatre, but she also enjoys hiking in the Sierras and visiting her family in Ireland.
Katharine is an actress based out of San Francisco. Her most recent roles include: Carlotta Grisi in Pas de Quatre with Dark Porch Theatre, Winter in Horse's Ass and Friends with Repurposed Theatre, Emmy Hennings in Zurich Plays with SF Fringe Festival, C in Three Tall Women with Custom Made Theatre Company, and Jane in Drowning Ophelia with Repurposed Theatre. She was first introduced to Alan Olejniczak's work during the her collaboration with the 2015 Olympians Festival, and is thrilled to work with Rik Lopes as well as the entire amazing cast, crew, and design team of Dominion. Katharine earned her BFA in Acting at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 2002. Visit katharineotis.com
Genevieve is currently a company member of Wily West Productions in San Francisco where she has credits in acting, painting, propping and costuming. She was most recently in the collaboratively developed monologue show I Saw It as the sinister, Dr. Diana Stevenson. In addition to her experience with Wily West, she has performed on the Diego Rivera stage at City College appearing as Marty in Circle Mirror Transformation and Raymonde Chandebisse in A Flea in Her Ear; as well as San Francisco’s Theatre Pub, the SF Olympians Festival and various reading series throughout the Bay Area. She loves to be a part of the development of new works and nurturing of local talent. Before returning to her home state of California, she gallivanted around receiving an eclectic theatrical education from unlikely sources in Wyoming, Colorado, and North Carolina.
Alex is very grateful to be on the stage for the first time since arriving in California. After graduating with his Bachelor's in Theatre from Michigan State University, Alex moved to Chicago where he did a multitude of recorded and live projects. Since arriving in the Bay Area, he has worked predominantly in the commercial scene, but is hoping he can break back onto the stage with this production!
Amit Nathan is delighted to be joining the cast of Dominion. Nathan has been performing in the Bay Area for ten years. Recent performances include: Richard Huelsenbeck in Zurich Plays, Toby and the dog Brutus in Assorted Domestic Emergencies. Nathan is a recurring cast member of The Mess Sketch Comedy in Oakland. He is a company member of Dark Porch Theatre where he featured in: Pas De Quatre, StormStressLenz, Comedy Ballet, Eleanor, Cockroach, The In-Betweens, and Under The Bed. For Do It Live! Production’s: The Tempest, Dark Play Or Stories For Boys; Open Tab Production’s: Assistance, Enron, Farragut North.
Teri is excited to be part of the Dominion cast! She has worked for various theatre companies in the Bay Area including: New Conservatory Theatre Center, Faultline Theater, We Players, The Olympians Festival, Bay Area One Acts, and Custom Made Theatre Company of which she is a member. She has a BA in Drama from SF State University and has also studied at A.C.T. and Shakespeare and Company. She would like to thank Jake for all his love and support.
Don was 28 years-old when he took his first acting class in Western Massachusetts in 1980. He decided to keep doing it until he ceased meeting great people and experiencing joy. A Bay Area actor since 1984, recent roles include: Ivan Curry in The Seafarer with Hawkmoon Theatre Company, Mr.Webb in Our Town; and Shevyrev, Sazonov, and Mazzini in Coast of Utopia with Shotgun Players; Northumberland and Bardolph in Henry lV Part One with The Free Theatre; Arthur in Superior Donuts with Custom Made Theatre Company; and Baylor in A Lie of the Mind with Boxcar Theatre Company. Film roles include: Tracy in H.P. Mendoza's indie feature Fruit Fly (Ersatz Films, available on Hulu), and Tom Sukanen in Chrystene Ells's Sisu: The Death of Tom Sukanen (Moxie Films). He is grateful to his partner Michelle Talgarow for her continued inspiration, love, and encouragement.