Queen of Sad Mischance Cast

CIARA CHANEL (Kym)
Ciara is a BFA Actress & Trained Dancer/Choreographer. Making her first and second Off-Off-Broadway debut in the city, She was nominated best actress at the New York Play Festival and received a special mention in a Broadway World review for the world premiere of "Sometime" Child by Dick Bruce. Ciara recently starred as One, a character she helped develop, in the Chautauqua Theatre Conservatory's New Play Production of "Black Like Me" by Monty Cole. Now, you can find her as a Touring Artist for "Nettie, Nana, and Friends" educating children about mental health and bullying, As an ensemble member for the New Jersey Play Lab & Face2Face Films, and teaching Dance & Acting Classes in her hometown. She is elated to have worked with such wonderful individuals and holds the play near and dear to her heart. Thank you, John Minigan for your trust and support.
CARRIE GIBSON (Beverly)
Carrie's credits include Bones, Scream Queens, Superstore, All Rise, Hollywood, This is Us, Grey’s Anatomy, Lucifer, ACS: Impeachment, FBI: Most Wanted, a recurring role on the Netflix comedy The Politician and the must see movie, King Richard. She has been in a number of independent films on both coasts and just recently shot a recurring role on Barry. Carrie has founded two touring theater companies and spent much of her adult life touring character driven original work on social issues to schools, and communities throughout the U.S. including performances at NASA, the FBI and the PentagonShe is delighted to be on the zoom stage working on such a well-crafted play with a great cast and director.
ZACK WATSON (Roy)
Zack is a professional actor, writer, producer, editor, and creative living in New York City. Zack has acted in series on Netflix, Amazon, FX, and creates his own films and comedy sketches under his production company; Jimmy Wat Productions. His work has been featured for National Lampoons, ‘Battle of The Sketches’ Film Festival, Chicago Sketch Comedy Fest, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, The People’s Improv Theater, and was dubbed “a star to be” by 25 year Broadway critic, Peter Filichia in ‘This Week On Broadway’ review.
PAGE CLEMENTS (stage directions)
Page is a director/teacher/dialect coach/actor based in NYC. She has appeared in over 60 plays and films and directed many one person productions over the years. Currently an instructor of voice, dialects, and Shakespeare at the famed T Schreiber Studio in New York, Page received the Favorite Vocal Coach and Dialect Coach from Backstage Magazine. Her many credits include productions with The Roundabout Theatre Co., The Metropolitan Playhouse, The Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, The New York Shakespeare Exchange, The Hudson Warehouse, The Electric Theatre Company, and The T Schreiber Theatre. She is also a founding member of Highwire, Inc., and a member of Actors Equity Association. Page was the dialect coach and an actor in the film, Art Thief, due out later this year. www.pageclements.com