The Cast and Crew of
Gregory Kokkotis as A
Gregory K grew up in Athens, Greece. He studied architecture in Manchester, UK and worked in Paris, France before moving to California, where he received a Masters Degree from SCI-Arc in Downtown Los Angeles. Focusing on fictional narratives and speculative storytelling, Gregory has written and produced short-films and animations, while also acting in various projects.
Alexander Collins as B
Alexander Collins is an actor based in Los Angeles. He was surreptitiously enrolled by his parents into a Shakespeare for Youth class at age 8, and the rest is history. A graduate of USC, a cancer survivor, and a committed anti-war and anti-racist advocate, Alexander strives to create work that liberates in both content and form. He can be found gushing about movies and social justice on Instagram @AlexanderCollinsig.
Wynter Seymour as C
Wynter R. Seymour is an actor from New Orleans, Louisiana (pronouns She/Her). Upon completion of her theatre degree from The University of Southern Mississippi, Wynter moved to Los Angeles to continue studies at Identity School of Acting. Wynter will be making professional debuts in film in the year 2021. When not working, she enjoys writing, studying spiritual practices, and cooking! Wynter gives all glory to her guiding forces and the world which shapes her heart.
Katie Lynn Stoddard as D
Katie Lynn Stoddard hails from the suburbs of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Though theatre was studied throughout her scholastic years, she attributes her main source of education to the hours upon hours of playing make-believe right in her own backyard. Katie's main source of pride is the hit YouTube web series Gal Pals, but she can also be seen in various short films circulating the festival scene and always has more in the works for the future.
Nicholas Prior as E
Nic Prior is an Australian born actor and performing artist. As a recent graduate of the CalArts acting program, they are diversely trained with experience in several different performance mediums including physical theatre and contemporary/devised work. Favourite roles for Nic include Haimon in Antigone (dir. Natalia Lassalle-Morillo) and Daisy in Creation (Pictures for Dorian) (Gob Squad). Nic is incredibly grateful to be a part of this process and would like to thank the whole team.
Jeffrey Skomsky as F
Jeff Skomsky is incredibly honored to lend his voice to the production of Body(s). This is Jeff’s first jump into voice acting. Prior to this, Jeff studied the craft of acting at The College of New Jersey and at Playhouse West in Philadelphia, PA. A recent Los Angeles transplant, Jeff would like to thank Erza and Padra for all the work they put into this piece as well as the other performers. Be sure to keep your eye out for Jeff in multiple upcoming productions and films!
Padra Crisafulli: Director & Sound Engineer
Padra Crisafulli [they/them] tells stories with a typically other-worldly bent through direction, sound, and words. Their work as a director has been produced in Serbia, the Czech Republic, and their home state of Pennsylvania. Online, they have worked with the Women's Theatre Festival of Raleigh, NC and One House Productions of Long Island, NY. Under the name "neutruhl", they make sample-based music into short-form narratives about loneliness and nature. Ask them about how they played a goat in an Obie Award winning play, or ask them about their chronic anxiety. padracrisa.com. BFA: Carnegie Mellon University
E. Elia: Playwright
E. Elia is a person with two arms, two legs, and a head. He is also an author of some repute, having written the cult art satire We Go to the Gallery with his sister Miriam, and the Beckettian rodent nightmare, The Diary of Edward the Hamster 1990-1990. Over course of the ongoing global pandemic, he has spent a great deal of time (ineptly) home-schooling his five-year-old daughter, and hobby-ing out his own unique form of ontological satire, of which Body(s) is the latest result.