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Shrödinger's Girl

Shrödinger's Girl

Playwright: David Clark

Director:  Patrick Bias

Stage Manager:  Brandon Bias



Genny: Sabrina Spalding

Monica: Meghan Logue

Adam: Chase Gregory

Connor Snoidgross: Tony Smith

The Traveler: Jacob Cooper


A research doctor trying to map infant brains, Genny is in need of a particularly difficult to obtain specimen – the skulls of deceased children. On the verge of giving up on her pursuit, packages from a secret admirer begin to appear with the specimens that will save her career.  A romantically, disturbing who-dunnit transpires as Genny and her assistant Monica try to decipher which of Genny’s recent trysts might have fallen this “madly” in love with her.

Sabina Spalding (Genny)

Sabrina is an alumna of the University of Louisville where she received a Bachelor of Arts. She graduated from Walden Theatre conservatory in 2010 and has been working  with Walden ever since. She became an official Teaching Artist in 2012 and as such proudly serves both the Conservatory and Outreach Department. Now, as an Artistic Associate she has directed Walden's production of Acts of God and this year is honored to direct Good Kids by Naomi Iizuka. A few of her theatre credits around town include The Tempest, Twelfth Night, The Bald Soprano, The Rover, Lysistrata, The Man with the Flower in His Mouth, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company), Sylvia (University of Louisville),  The 2015 Ten-Tucky Festival, and Rx (The Bard’s Town Theatre), Blizzard of ’92 and Lydia and the Dawn of Man (Marrow Street Theatre), Play: A Comedy, Prometheus & Io, 18, and Fat Pig (Walden Theatre Alumni Co.). Failure: A Love Story (Walden Alumni Company/Walden Theatre Conservatory), and Psycho Beach Party (Pandora Productions). A special thanks goes to her sister, Stephanie, whom she blames for her wild love affair with theatre.

Meghan Logue (Monica)

Meghan is thrilled to be involved in the first annual Derby City Playwrights New Play Festival! Meghan graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a BFA in acting.  Some past roles include Ann Deever in All My Sons with Clarksville Little Theatre; Francis in Five Women Wearing the Same Dress and Sammy in First Baptist of Ivy Gap, both with The Little Colonel Players; Sandy in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Curley’s Wife in Of Mice and Men, both with Wayward Actors Company; and Nancy in The Women at Northern Kentucky University. Meghan is also a member of the Louisville Championship Arm Wrestling roster as ‘Jane Saw’. Meghan would like to thank her friends and family for all of their love and support.  

Chase Gregory (Adam)

Chase Gregory is a 2012 graduate of Centre College, where he majored in Dramatic Arts and minored in English. His favorite college roles include Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ezra Chater in Arcadia, Scheffler in Black Comedy, various roles in The Dining Room and the Chairman in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. After graduation, he helped create with a group of Centre College students a play, After Orpheus, which they took to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In addition, he has performed in plays for several community theaters in Louisville, including The Boys Next Door and Bonhoeffer with Bunbury Theater Company, Medea and The Tempest with Savage Rose, and Karmi and the Beasts of Memory with Theatre [502]. He is excited to be in his first show at the Bard's Town!

Tony Smith (Connor Snoidgross)

Tony has been performing on stages around Louisville for over ten years. A graduate of the Youth Performing Arts School, he secured his first professional acting job as a company member of the American Theater Arts for Youth, based in Philadelphia, PA. Since that time, he has performed with Stage One, Derby Dinner Playhouse, Actors Theater of Louisville, as well as directing and choreographing various shows for the Alley Theater. He is very excited to take part in this production, and would like to thank the cast and crew for being such a great group of people to work with.

Jacob Cooper (The Traveler)

Jacob is thrilled to be working with such a talented group of writers and artists. You may have seen him on The Bard’s Town stage in the most recent Ten-Tucky Festival, the 24-Hour Play Festival or as Otto Woodnick in Louisville Repertory Company’s production of The Food Chain. He's also performed with the IndyFringe Theatre Festival, Kincaid Regional Theatre and in many productions at his alma mater Hanover College.

Brandon Bias (Stage Manager)

Brandon is beginning to think this director is biased in his choice of stage managers, but is glad to be doing another production regardless. He is also glad his gorgeous fiancé doesn't loathe him for spending so much time working and doing plays.

Patrick Bias (Director)

Patrick is excited to be working with DCP once again, having directed the short piece Cruise Control in last year's festival. Other credits include Evil Dead: The Musical, Reservoir Dogs, and Hiding on Jupiter.  He would like to thank David and Brian for letting him lend his particular brand of madness to this ensemble. 

David Clark (Playwright)

David Clark has an MFA in Playwriting from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and co-founder of Derby City Playwrights. Productions include: Edgar at the 2014 Ten-Tucky Festival in Louisville, KY, And in the Silence Penguins Come (2015), The Hippopotamus in the Room (2014) and Chocolate Girl (2012) at the Finnigan Festival, Louisville; A Bob of Bobs (2013 reading) at the Ten-Tucky Festival; Art of the Dead (2012 reading); In Retrospect as part of “The Seven” at Fusion Theatre, Albuquerque (2007) and “New Shorts” at Louisville Repertory Company (2006); Behind Closed Doors (2006) at Centre College. gods Play, Laundry and Chocolate Girl were showcased at the Good Acting Studio, Atlanta (2014), and he produced Everything and Nothing for the 2012 Minnesota Fringe Festival. His work has been published in two volumes of collected monologues, presented at the Last Frontier Conference Play Lab (2012), and been selected as a semi-finalist for the Roots of the Bluegrass New Play Award (2009), the Source Theatre Festival (2009) and as a finalist for the Heidemann Award at Actors Theatre of Louisville (2003).

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