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The Cast of

The Myth of the Cubicle

Roscoe Mozena Brandon

Is making his debut at OC-centric: Orange County’s New Play Festival. Roscoe is currently getting his BFA in Theatre Performance at Chapman University. Other performances include Macbeth (Macduff), Godspell (Judas) and Bus Stop (Bo Dekker) at Chapman.

Angelia Formisano
(Ms. Pedunctious)

Is a junior BFA Theatre Performance major at Chapman University and is thrilled to be working with OC-centric under the direction of Tamiko Washington in The Myth of the Cubicle! Past experience in her hometown of Las Vegas, NV includes Noises Off (Dotty), The Foreigner (Betty), Lend Me a Tenor (Maria), Arms and the Man (Catherine), The Taming of the Shrew (Kate), Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), Seussical the Musical (Sour Kangaroo), and more. Angelia would like to thank her parents for their endless love and support, as well as Tamiko Washington for her enthusiastic passion for the performing arts as a professor and director and for the opportunity to play the role of Ms. Pedunctious.

Ken Dalena
(Mr. Oldman)

Ken is an Orange County actor whose recent roles include Polonius in Hamlet, Henry II in The Lion in Winter, Robert in Proof, Dodge in Buried Child and Joshua in Joshua. Other recent shows include  Oedipus, A Midsummer Night's Dream, No Sex Please-We're British, Phildelphia Lawyer, Glengarry Glenross and The Full Monty.  Ken studies acting and voice on a regular basis and completed the Professional Acting Program at the South Coast Reparatory Conservancy.  He is very pleased to be working with a great cast and director in support of our local playwriting talent. Ken lives in Laguna Beach with his lovingly sassy wife Valerie.

Rick Kopps
(Mr. Furor)

Took part in about a dozen plays with Rude Guerrilla Theater Company before they “left the building.” He has also appeared at Long Beach Playhouse, Open Stage West in Los Angeles, Theater Out in Santa Ana, and in several productions with the Monkey Wrench Collective theater group in Fullerton. This is his second time being directed by Tamiko Washington – which, as always, is a joy.

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