Feed the Herd Ensemble:
(in alphabetical order)
Alexandre Correia, Jr.
Eric Michael Kochmer
of the past....
a list of the talented artists who have grazed with us in the past:
Paul Bomba, Stefano V. Brancato, Pauline Luppert, Gregory Nye, Emily Richard,
Patrick Yeoman, David Correia, Meg Fiore, Erica Kenia, Chris Meade, Deborah
Miller, David Arkema, Jeremy Basescu, Varick Boyd, Larah Bross, Darrin
Browne, Elizabeth Browning, Jeff Catanese, Dianna Cevallos, Eric Davis,
Kevin Doyle, Shonna Drew, Dawn Elane, Sam Forman, Anthony Ferraro, Edith
Freni, Laura Hanna, Lynde Houck, Denise Alessandria Hurd, Amy Noel Johnson,
Nick Jumara, Alex Kipp, David Leicht, Sue Morrison, Jason Munt, Ilka Pinheiro,
Dan Roach, Slaney Chadwick Ross, Kelly Scanlon, Darin Sergent, Patrick
Shefski, Seth Soloway, Janine Squillari, Jenny Weaver, Robert Weinstein,
Stephanie Yankwitt, Elan Zafir, David J.P. Smith III, Antonio Suarez,
Meghan Love, Veronica Goode, Wednesday Kennedy, Jenn Klein, Mandy Wolfson,
Robin Reed, Danny Dempsey, Jamie Lane, Joel Fredrich, Erin Brindley, Sarah
Peterson, Peter Morr, Neil Magnuson, Kate Hess, David Hatkoff, Joe Beaudin,
Jenn Rumbach, Katherine Jaeger, Jonas Cohen, Happy McPartlin, Dawn Saliba,
Ben Sandomir, Megan Smith, Christian Toth, Lico Whitfield, Doug Filomena,
Eva Hageman, Joelle Troisi, Anjelika Rivjers, Matt Brundrett, Ryan Havers,
John Robison, Chris Guidry, Matt Kelly, Graham Farrow, Arin Quinn, Timothy
Attis, Sherry Stregack, Jef Awada, Patti Coyle, Tom Epstein, Kristen LoGiudice,
Jason Maher, Traci Sym, Mindy Hans, Jennifer McCalley, Renee Collins,
James A. Wooten III, Ben Kato, Carolyn Herman, Grant, Goodman, Krista
Berry, Jonathan Spencer, Chalet Nechtman, Matt Chmielecki, Krissy Berla,
Susie Gaskill, Christoffer Horn, Aimee DiLiberto, Jeff Biehl, Gregory
S. Cohan, John Kessel, Analisa Robertson, Simmie S., Terrah Schroll, Jen
Swain, Dena Trotti, Ben Tollefson, Jason Tavis Jefferies, Gennifer Birnbach,
Sara Kathryn Bakker, Jeff Brick, Dina Brody, Gregory Esposito, Bruce Kennedy,
James O'Connor, Jason Russell, Sarah Thurmond, Kelly Van Zile, Alan Jestice,
Tom Gray, Erik Frandsen, Kittson O'Neill, Terence "T" Williams, Nyle Lynn
Caisley, Catherine Mueller, Tom Reid, Erin Esposito
Feed the Herd Theatre Company was
formed in late 1997 as a group theatre and is currently fiscally sponsored by The Field. Donations are tax-deductible.
Driven by the mad reins of the needs to commune, to relate, to understand
historic theatrical conventions, and to evolve new forms, our risk-taking
ensemble (actors, directors, writers) creates social communication with
a collaborative experience between process, audience, and performance.
We have focused on reinterpreting classics, reacquainting with lesser-known
modern pieces, as well as fostering new plays that have come out of the
evolutionary company. Our mission this season is to define the dimensions
of perspective and how the medium of theatre can shift perspectives in
character, story, and point-of-view. The actors take risks with mind,
body, and soul to create characters that speak directly with the audience.
In performance we hope to plug into an umbilical cord of truth, and to
feed ideas, to create an enriching experience our community and we haven't
yet harnessed. We acknowledge that the world may not be what it seems,
especially in the moments of confusion we have all witnessed since September
11, 2001. In the Herd brand of theatre, nothing needs be what it seems.
It seems to be what it needs.
Hungry. Altruistic. Nomad. Adventure. Eclectic. Unity. Evolutionary. American.
Zeitgeist. Passion. Donnybrook. Now. Make-do. Thunder. Push. Gathering.
Dynamic. Feed the Herd.