Punk Snot Cast and Crew

Punk Snot

Playwright: Vidalia Unwin

Director:  Patrick Bias

Stage Manager:  Ellie Archer

Cast:

Zach (2000) - Fallon Crowley

Brian (2000) - Tucker Keel

Matt (2000) - Lee Stein

Fucking Jeff (2000) - Spencer Korcz,

Zach (2015) - Zack Stone

Brian (2015) - Corey Music

Matt (2015) - Joey Eberling

Fucking Jeff (2015) - Josh Rocchi

Pastor - Sean Childress

 

Set over two decades, Punk Snot follows Brian, Zack, Matt, and Fucking Jeff. First as teenagers in 2000, looking to punk as their saviors against all that they hate in the world. Finally we see them in 2015, no longer following the good word of punk and coming to terms with their sins, both as punks and as humans, each of them learning that there are no saviors, there are only sins. 

Fallon Crowley (Zach - 2000)

Fallon Crowley is a nonbinary performer who is originally from Massachusetts. He has been acting, singing and dancing as long as he can remember. In 2010, after a cross-country road trip, he and his husband chose Louisville as their new home. He works with the Ren Faire performance group The Gaelic Gambol as well as local films including an upcoming indie film called December 28th. He’s very excited to be working with such fabulous local talent as part of the Derby City Playwrights’ Festival. Fallon currently lives in Jeffersonville with his two wonderful partners and their adorable dog.

Zach Stone (Zach - 2015)

Zach Stone is a rising Senior Theatre Arts major at the University of Louisville with a focus in Acting and Directing. His acting credits while at U of L have been Ross/Ketch Freeman in Our Country’s Good, Nasty Interesting Man/Lord of the Underworld in Eurydice, Man/Narrator in The Long Christmas Ride Home, and American Men in A Piece of My Heart. When not on the stage, Zach serves as Managing Liaison for the student-led Studio Theatre Company at U of L, Undergraduate Student Representative for the Theatre Arts Department, and as a Producing Artistic Intern with StageOne Family Theatre. He'd like to thank DCP for this opportunity, and his friends and family for being supportive of his passion.

Tucker Keel (Brian 2000)

This is Tucker Keel’s second performance with Derby City Playwrights! His recent local performances include Just Like Us and Defining Infinity with Looking for Lilith, and Hit the Wall with Pandora Productions! Tucker’s favorite punk bands are The Ramones and Green Day, and he’s enjoyed finding new ones from this script. He is anti-capitalist, anti-fascist, pro-choice, pro-immigration, and supports your right to marry the devil and live deliciously. He thinks if your movements aren’t intersectional, you can go eat dirt and he hopes you do (lookin at you terfs). He eagerly awaits either a post-economic utopia or the collapse of society in a post-apocalyptic waterworld hellscape. Tucker hopes to inspire the next generation of theatre through education and has his eyes set on grad school!

Corey Music (Brian - 2015)

Corey is thrilled to be participating in the Derby City Playwrights New Play Festival for the second time.  Corey is a man who always keeps busy, whether it be working as a licensed attorney during the day or waiting tables downstairs of The Bard’s Town during the night.  Corey is also a playwright and director, having co-written and co-directed plays such as Hell’s Awesome (2012) and The Spy and the Playwright (2018).  Corey has performed in The Bard’s Town Ten-Tucky Festival and The Kings of Christmas for a number of years.  Corey also worked on a previous Derby City New Play, Rachel White’s The Brownstone.  Enjoy the shows and thank you for continuing to support local theater!

Lee Stein (Matt - 2000)

Lee Stein - Lee is thrilled to be making his Derby City Playwrights debut! Lee is a theatre major at UofL and hopes to graduate in the spring. He has done community theatre around Louisville since graduating from Trinity High School in 2014. He would like to thank his family and his lady for their continued support and love. Lee would also like to thank the festival itself for giving playwrights the chance to show their wonderful work. 

Joey Eberling (Matt - 2015)

Joey is excited to be getting back to the dramatic arts, Punk Snot marks his first play in 8 years (Fuck he got old). He performs comedy around the country with his improv duo Kentucky Bill, as well as in Louisville with Sketchy Stuff, Project Improv, and as a sometime guest on Kaijuesdays. He loves his wife, his dogs, and you.

Spencer Korcz (Fucking Jeff - 2000)

Spencer has been performing around Louisville for the past several years. Some of his favorite roles have been “Hamlet” in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, “George” in Our Town, “The Bandit King” in Trail To Oregon, and “Neville Landless” in The Mystery Of Edwin Drood! He’s so excited to be a part of Lost in Yonkers, and hopes you enjoy the show! 

Josh Rocchi (Fucking Jeff - 2015)

Fucking Jeff - Josh Rocchi is thrilled to be working on such a fascinating show.  Graduate of West Virginia University, a freelance artist and actor, other roles he has been fortunate enough to portray in recent years have been The Player from Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead, Serge in Art, The Marquis de Carabas in Neverwhere, Bob Zelnick in Frost/Nixon, and another Vidalia Unwin piece, Broken Iris as Angel. Thank you for coming, and supporting the theatrical arts.  Enjoy the show!

Sean Childress (Pastor)

Recent credits: Ben/Charles in 10 Out of 12  ( Eve Theatre);David in Feminine Ending (Theatre 502); Sol P. Sussman in Die,Mommie,Die! (Pandora Productions); Philip/Trip in The Patron Saint of Losing Sleep (Looking for Lilith Theater Company); Conchobar in Deirdre (The Chamber Players); Father in The Coward (The Bard's Town); Edward Lionheart in Theater of Blood (The Alley Theatre); Max in Kin (Eve Theatre); Sorn in Stupid F$&@ing Bird (The Bard's Town); Various roles in Prevailing Winds (Looking for Lilith Theater Company); Frank in Body Awareness (Looking for Lilith Theatre Company) Dr. Sweet in Bug (The Bard's Town); Josh in 2 Across (The Little Colonel Playhouse); Jack McCullough in Regrets Only (Pandora Productions). For Louisville Repertory: President Charles H.P. Smith in November; Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire; Lloyd Dallas in Noises Off.

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Ellie Archer (Stage Manager)

Ellie Archer (Stage Manager) is very excited to be working with the Derby City Playwrights for the first time. Since graduating from WKU with a BA in Theatre in 2017, she has worked with several companies in Louisville, including Looking for Lilith, Company OutCast, and Theatre 502 as well as being a member of the state's only all women improv team, the Hystericals. She is thankful for the chance to work with such talented people and can't wait for everyone to see the show.

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Patrick Bias (Director)

Patrick is excited to be working with DCP once again, having previously directed Schrodinger's Girl (by David Clark), Hiding on Jupiter, and Cruise Control (both by Vidalia Unwin).  Other credits include The Alley Theater productions of The Santaland Diaries, Evil Dead: The Musical, and Reservoir Dogs.  He looks forward to the hate mail he will inevitably receive from this production.

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Vidalia Unwin (Playwright)

Vidalia Unwin is a writer and sometimes actor. She studied creative writing at the University of Louisville and "studied" theater at Bellarmine University.  Her full length plays include "Broken Iris", "@con", and "The Ballad of Night Moose" (with Lex Mitchell).  She has also written numerous shorts for the Finnigan Festival, Ten Tucky Festival, and the Alley Theater.  She has been seen on stage with various companies around town, but most often nowadays she is behaving like a crazy person and writing very silly sketches for the skit group Sketchy Stuff.  When she isn't working on a theater or writing project, she is usually slaving away at various jobs and dying inside from either lack of fulfillment or lack of money or both.  If one of you would kindly fix capitalism so that this doesn't happen any more, she would appreciate that.

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