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Clown Bar 2 NY Premiere Cast: Sean Leigh Phillips, Rebekkah Ross, Christopher Le Crenn, Christopher Lee, Cami Alys Yankwitt, Chris Cornwell, Kimberly Bollard, Nadel Henville, Catie Marron, Jim Hawkins

From left to right: Sean Leigh Phillips, Rebekkah Ross*, Christopher Le Crenn*, Christopher Lee*, Cami Alys Yankwitt*, Chris Cornwell*, Kimberly Bollard, Nadel Dalia Henville*, Catie Marron*, Jim Hawkins*


Kimberly Bollard - Popo

Kimberly Bollard - POPO

Kimberly Bollard (she/her), like Popo, likes sushi, cashmere, and laughing. She doesn’t like murder, however, unless it is narrated by Dateline’s Keith Morrison. She is a NYC and NJ-based actor and writer. Recent acting credits include Asking for a Friend (Toasted Entertainment), Chain Around the World (Speranza Theatre Co.), and a staged reading of Apartment 3F (Centenary Stage Co.). As a writer and satirist, she has written for Reductress, McSweeney’s, and GOLD Comedy. Her play Interfaith was read at Speranza Theatre Co’s Seasonal Shorts Festival. When not trying to make people laugh, she runs youth programs in Hoboken, NJ. Find her mostly posting pictures of her cat on instagram @kimberlybollard   Kimberly's Resume

Chris Cornwell* - Musty / Gusty, Composer, Music Director

Chris Cornwell - MUSTY

Chris Cornwell (he/him) is an actor/musician/songwriter originally from Austin, Texas. Recent acting credits: Workshop of Shesus (Written and Produced by John Leguizamo at Rattlestick Theatre), The Rocky Horror Show (ZACH Theatre, Austin Texas), Mrs. Hank (New Circle Theatre, NYC), Kiss It, Make It Better and Rusulka (both with Theatre 4the People). Music Directing credits include Rusulka which won Outstanding Production for a Musical at the 2018’s Planet Connections Festival and A Midsummer Night's Dream, for which he also composed original music. Chris is also the co-founder of the rock ’n’ roll bands, Wolf Blitzen and The Rusty Guns. B.F.A. Acting, Texas State University. IG @christophcornwell Chris's Website

Jim Hawkins* - Williamy Bill


Jim Hawkins (he/him) is glad you’re here and wondering about him specifically. That’s very sweet of you, thank you. He’s from a small farm town in Illinois with more cornfields than anything else of note. When he’s not acting he’s writing, directing, or procrastinating. Some past credits include being a Fae enforcer named Gilroy in Barefoot Shakespeare’s version of Tam Lin and being the grumpy Lt. Brannigan in Timberlake Playhouse’s Guys & Dolls. Jim's Website

Nadel Dalia Henville* - Billy Bill

Nadel Henville - BILLY BILL

Nadel Henville (she/they) is a multi-hyphenate artist  in their early twenties that currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. As a first-generation immigrant from St. Lucia, they’ve found a place for themselves and who they can be within the Arts. Some theater credits include coming off of a tour of Warriors Don’t Cry, a one-woman TYA show, as well as Charlotte’s Web. They’re  extremely honored, blessed, and grateful to have been a part of wonderful productions such as: with Former Kings of Clutch City by Cris Eli Blak; Urban Ed [Film // role of MALAYZIA]; Evil Lives Here [Episode 818 // role of ADULT JOY]. Nadel's Website

Christopher Le Crenn* - Cliteau Cliteau / Twinkles


Christopher Le Crenn (he/him) is a professional mime/clown and can be seen playing French mimes in the upcoming films Dérive, and The Answer to My Prayer (with Luis Fonsi and Chris Kattan.) He is most often recognized as the Court Jester in The Love Witch. Theatre credits include the Soltanoff Plastic Project at Center Theatre Group in LA, and The Second Annual Heart O’ Texas Eczema Telethon at the Actors’ Playhouse in Manhattan. Christopher's Resume

Christopher Lee* - Mac

Christopher Lee - MAC

Christopher Lee (he/him) is an actor and writer whose training began at North Carolina School of the Arts, continued with extensive classically based studies at Oxford University (Baliol College), and concluded with a Bachelor’s degree in Theater from Loyola University New Orleans.

He has performed in over twenty stage productions in New York with multiple appearances at the Ensemble Studio Theatre as well as a national tour, and has studied Improv at UCB.


His television credits include recurring roles on the daytime dramas One Life to Live, All My Children, and As the World Turns. His film endeavors include Tim Robbins’ Dead Man Walking, In Good Company, and the Indie film A Dream of Love.

Christopher's Website

Catie Marron* - Virginia / Brigham Bill


Catie Marron (she/her) has t*ts, a** and talent. She sings, acts and dances. This is her first part she has played in NYC! Criminal if you ask me. Thank you to Andrew, Callie, Adam, and everyone at Parkside. Here are some of the other parts she’s played: Ado Annie (Oklahoma), Kate Monster (Avenue Q), Kate McGowan (Titanic) Miriam (Fly By Night), Flora (No, No Nannette), Brooke (Legally Blonde), Calliope (Xanadu), Leslie (‘Swonderful), Logainne (25th Annual) and more. UCLA. Follow on Instagram: @catiemarronlive Catie's Website

Sean Leigh Phillips - Happy

Sean Leigh Phillips - HAPPY

Sean Phillips (he/him) is a Brooklyn based actor. Theatre credits: Network (Florida Studio Theatre), Mother Courage with Meryl Streep, Zen A.M., Knock Me A Kiss, TV: FBI, Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Difficult People, Law & Order, The Following, House of Cards, Person Of Interest, Evil, The Code, The Men Who Stare At Goats. Sean's Resume

Rebekkah Ross* - Gloria

Rebekkah Ross - GLORIA

Rebekkah Ross (she/her) is thrilled to be clowning around with this criminally funny cast. She is an actor-narrator-author-producer and soon to be woman-behind-the-puppet in The Willy & Fidget Super Funtime Show. She has recently completed her first middle grade novel Betty Lou and the Howl of the Rougarou and can't wait for you to read it. She would like to thank her amazing husband and incredibly bossy cats for their love and support and her sweet family for standing in the gap. She would also like to thank you for coming and says, “sorry about the pie.” Her IG @bexnyc is mostly aforementioned bossy cats. Rebekkah's Website

Cami Alys Yankwitt* - Petunia

Camy Alys Yankwitt - PETUNIA

Cami Alys Yankwitt - (she/her) REGIONAL: Once! (Baruska) at ZACH, An Iliad (Narrator) at Penfold Theatre, Bright Now Beyond (General Jinjur) at Salvage Vanguard Theatre, Lucky Stiff (Dominique du Monaco) at Austin Playhouse, Deus Ex Machina (Electra) at Whirligig with The Fusebox Festival, The Battlefields of Clara Barton (Clara Barton) with Suzan Zeder & Jenn Hartmann Luck. INTERNATIONAL & TOURING: The Intergalactic Nemesis (Foley Artist) with Jason Neulander, I’ve Never Been So Happy (Julie Jessup) with The Rude Mechanicals, Wear & Tear (Ensemble) with The Back Pack, La Putain Avec Les Fleurs (Isabella Belle) with RoHo Productions & Beth Marshall Presents, Der Bestrafte Brudermord (Puppeteer) with The Hidden Room Theatre. ADDITIONAL CREDITS: Baby Got Bacteria (Lead Singer, Lyricist), Austin, TX.; Isabella & Her Dinosaur (Isabella), Austin, TX; National Anthem Singer at UT Baseball, Round Rock Express, & Texas Roller Derby; Industry Night Variety Show (Host, Producer), Austin, TX; BA in Theatre from The University of Central Florida, Jazz Studies from Florida State University, Music Studies from The Juilliard School. IG @cami.alys

*Actors appear courtesy of AEA. An approved Equity Showcase


Andrew Block - Director

Andrew Block - Director

Andrew Block (he/him) received the Ovation and L.A.Drama Critics Circle awards for Best Director & Production for the world premiere of John Pollono’s Small Engine Repair. Selected credits include: Kelley Nicole Girod’s This Stretch of Montpelier & Body of Water (The Fire This Time); Mark Jason Williams’ Straight Faced Lies & The Other Day (Theatre at 14th St Y); John Pollono's Lost and Found (FringeNYC Encore, Lucille Lortel Theatre); David Caudle’s Downward Facing Debbie (World premiere, Paradise Factory); Sondheim's Company (Gallery Players); Why Bother? (Best Director, Planet Connections Festivity); Adam Rapp’s Bingo With the Indians (GLAAD award nomination for Outstanding Theatre, West-coast premiere); Illuminati (Best Director, Network OAF); Bedroom Farce (FAPC); Reach (Ivy Theatre Company);  Avenue Q (Manhattan College); Inherit the Wind (Manhattan College); Rumors (AADA); The Shape of Things (Adelphi University); Recovery (FringeNYC); Andrew also serves as TDF's liaison and representative to NYC's vibrant Off and Off-Off Broadway community.

Callie Fabac - Assistant Director / Understudy

Callie Fabac - Assistant Director

Callie Fabac (she/her) grew up in Kansas City but is now happy to call NYC her home. She has her BFA from Elon University. Since moving to the city, Callie has been acting, assistant-directing, writing, collaborating, building community, and eating amazing food. Recent projects include The Merchant of Venice (Portia, Columbia University School of the Arts), Censorship of Dreams (new play development with Arte Makar Productions), and At the Barricades (assistant-director, What Will the Neighbors Say?). Upcoming: The RatKing (Late Night Picture Show Films) Callie's Website

Isabel Criado - Stage Manager

Isabel Criado - Stage Manager

Isabel Criado (she/her) is a Peruvian/Spanish multidisciplinary artist who wants to tell diverse stories that voice the experiences of multicultural immigrants. Most recent credits include Viola in Prague Shakespeare Company’s production of Twelfth Night. Isabel is currently pursuing a BFA in Drama with a concentration on acting, and has been part of productions such as Let Flow the Blood of the Weak, Screen Door and various musicals. She was AD for Federica Borlenghi’s new play Until Dark, produced by Et Alia Theatre. She is so beyond ecstatic to clown with the best Crime Clowns in the city!

Philip Cruise - Associate Producer

Philip Cruise - Associate Producer, Thin Duke Productions

Philip Cruise (he/him) has been producing plays under the Thin Duke banner since its inaugural production, a revival of Mac Wellman’s 7 Blowjobs in 2003. Favorite NYC shows include Tom Ellis’ BRIGHT DAY (2004), Phoebe Farber’s JUMP IT (2016) and most recently two by Dean Haspiel, THE LAST BAR AT THE END OF THE WORLD (2018), and the long suffering, oft-canceled, pandemic survivor THE WAR OF WOO (2022). Phil is stoked to be working with Chris, Rebekkah, Andrew, Adam and the amazing cast and crew of CLOWN BAR 2! Instagram: @thin_duke_productions FB: Thin Duke Productions

Scott Fetterman - Production Designer

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Leslie Palmer - Costume Designer

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