The Cast and Crew of
Touch the Moon
Avalon Greenberg Call as Miranda
Avalon Greenberg Call is an actor currently enrolled in the School of Theatre at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). She is an acting major, and a digital arts minor. Avalon has been on stage and in front of a camera since childhood. Favorite roles include: Ruth in Light Falling Down, at The Brooks Theatre, Whitney in A Piece of my Heart, at North Coast Rep and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at CalArts. She has also trained with Daniel Passer, Lars Jan, and at The Old Globe's Shakespeare program.
Matt Curtin as Stefan
Matt is an LA and NY based actor/writer who’s recent work includes Willie in The Unseen Hand (Odyssey Theatre) which received the LA Times Critic’s Choice Award. His recent writing credits include his recently premiered short films Be Home Soon (Create the Writer's Room) and Hosanna (Colorbox Productions), in addition to the debut of his play The Matron of Venice (Method and Madness Theatre Company). He hopes you enjoy all the blood, sweat, and tears, we poured into the show!
Halli Lorenzato as Becca
Halli Lorenzato is an actor, writer, and director. She has worked on projects from Shakespeare to Sondheim in the theatre and in comedic and dramatic films including her latest short, Caught, finding its way on the festival circuit in 2021. Having taken the involuntary hiatus brought to us all by Covid, she is pleased to return to acting with Touch the Moon. Her next recording adventure will be creating an audiobook of her novel, In Pursuit of a New Day.
Skip Pipo as Dirk
Skip is very happy to be working with this amazingly talented cast and crew. His credits include The 39 Steps (Dean Productions), Dracula (LA Theater Works national tour), Copenhagen, How I Learned to Drive, Mrs. Warren's Profession (LA Weekly nominee), LADCC award nominated Equus and Enron (all at The Production Company LA), and the North American tour of West Side Story. Skip also has numerous commercial and film credits and has been featured in many series made for new media.
Lili Fox-Lim as Emily
Lili Fox-Lim is an actor, comedian, VO artist, and writer based in LA. Lili used her stage combat skills in School of Night’s Klingon Tamburlaine, gave voice to Elizabeth Lavenza in an audio production of William Shakespeare’s Tragical History of Frankenstein (Masquers Playhouse), and played Susan in the Elizabethan crime drama Arden of Feversham (Aux Dog Theatre). Lili is currently working on Keep in Touch, a sci-fi dramedy web series she co-created.
Arianna Rose: Playwright
Arianna Rose is an award-winning playwright and musical theatre writer, produced in 24 states and 7 countries. Miami-Dade 2019-2021 Playwright Development Program with Kia Corthron. 2021 Florida Festival of New Musicals. 2012 MAC Award, Song of the Year. Full-Lengths: TOUCH THE MOON; THE LOST GIRL; THE EQUIVALENT OF SENSATION. Numerous short-form plays and musicals. NYC’s York Theatre NEO (New Emerging Outstanding Writer). NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, Dramatists Guild, New Play Exchange. www.ariannarose.net
Aimee Greenberg: Director
Aimee is the Producing Artistic Director of fruitlessmoon theatreworks and former Founding Artistic Director of HEIJERA productions. A native New Yorker, Aimee trained with Sanford Meisner, Wynn Handman, and Stella Adler. Aimee cut her teeth working at La Mama, Etc., Theatre for the New City and The Medicine Show Theatre. She has collaborated with Grotowski, Boal, and Guillermo Gentile. She is the recipient of multiple prestigious awards and fellowships including The Asian Cultural Council Fellowship and The Los Angeles Endowment. Recent directing credits include: Utopia for the Women's Theatre Festival, NC, and Fire and Ice, Table in the Air and Boxes for Dragon Productions Theatre. She has premiered her solo show The Making of American Carnage for both Dragon/Fuse Theatres and The Marsh. Aimee performed the lead role of Eva in the Bay Area's 8 Nights, by Jennifer Maisel. www.aimeegreenberg.com
Masaki Araya: Sound Engineer
Masaki, the Midwestern-born and bred Asian-American artist, loves to wear many hats when it comes to professionally creative works. The EMMY® Award-nominee has solely and collaboratively involved behind the scenes in various media including but not limited to: Music, TV, film, theatre, live sound, radio, audio documentary, podcast, and an array of written and artistic publications. He continues building a creative legacy people could look back on.
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