Cast and Crew

Jean P. Bordewich – Playwright & Producer

                                Kristin Shoffner – Director

                                Kristin Shoffner just finished her first year as an                                         MFA directing candidate at Catholic University of                                        America, she recently Assistant Directed CUA’s                                           production of Big Love and stage managed Pride                                       and Prejudice. Assistant directing credits include the world premier of Bad Dog (Orlando Shakespeare Theater), Henry V (Orlando Shakespeare Theater) and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (NOLA project). She was a literary associate at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater where she read and evaluated hundreds of plays for PlayFest, their festival of new plays, and assistant directed the readings of Rob Keefe’s The Cortez Method and All That Is Seen And Unseen. Kristin has produced and performed in two shows at the orlando fringe festival ShakesBEER (2015) and Bachelorette (2014) She holds a BFA degree in acting from the University of Central Florida and will be continuing her MFA at the University of New Orleans in the fall. 

                                    Terry Loveman – Senator Hunt

                                    Terry Loveman is a local actor, improv player, and                                     comic book geek. He’s been in dozens of TV                                                 shows, short films, and plays on the east coast,                                           and has sung professionally. Most recently, he                                           starred as Jerry in Imperial Theater Live’s production of “The Zoo Story,” at Tysons 1st Stage. Terry’s happy to finally put his MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution to use in the role of Lester Hunt, in an era when conflict was at its zenith, and peaceful political resolutions were scant.

                               Suzanne Martin– Nathelle Hunt


                              Suzanne Martin is a local actor, working in both stage                               and film.  Her favorite onstage roles include Holly in                                 Next Fall (Port City Playhouse), M’Lynn in Steel                                           Magnolias (Group Therapy Productions), Sharon Lake                               in Play it Again Sam (LTA) and three productions of A Christmas Carol (Little Theatre of Alexandria.)  She portrayed Nellie Ryburn in the feature film On the Wing, and has appeared in a number of industrial films.  Suzanne also does voiceover work, most recently voicing a role in the English version of the Austrian documentary Einer von uns.  Suzanne studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, and holds an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

                              Brice Guerriere – Buddy Hunt

                              Brice is excited to make his Fringe Festival debut                                       after relocating from Burlington, VT in February. A                                     recent graduate of the Theatre program at the                                           University of Vermont, he has performed in                                                 productions of Much Ado About Nothing (UVM),                                         Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Jackson Hole Playhouse), A Grand Night for Singing (UVM), Les Miserables (Lyric Theatre Company), Hair (Stowe Theatre Guild) and others. He was most recently seen as the title character in "The Who's Tommy" with the Kensington Arts Theatre. He would like to thank Jean and Kristin for their hard work and dedication, and his large and supportive family both near and far.

                                    Scott Cummings – Senator Bridges

                                    Scott Cummings is honored to make his Capitol                                         Fringe debut with Hunt. Originally from Indiana,                                         he just completed his first year in the Catholic                                            University of America Drama Department's MFA acting program. Originally from St. Louis, he has a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Performance from the University of Southern Indiana. In addition to theatre, Scott loves film and recently played the male lead in the (very) low budget “female mad scientist” feature film Frances Stein. 

                                 Gary DuBreuil – Herman Welker

                                 Gary has been acting in the DC area since                                                    2014, most recently performing in War of the                                              Worlds with Scena Theatre, which also toured to                                        the Prague Fringe Festival, The Maid's Tragedy with                                  Brave Spirits Theatre, and As You Like It with Annapolis Shakespeare Company. He has also toured nationally and performed across the country, from Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota to New England, where he recently performed at the Acadia Repertory Theatre on beautiful Mt. Desert Island, Maine.

                               Michael David Anderson – Reporter

                                Michael David Anderson is a recent, Magna Cum                                       Laude graduate from Tulane University in New                                           Orleans, double majoring in International Relations                                   and Theatre Performance. A native from White Hall,                                 Maryland, Michael has extensive acting credits both on stage and camera, including: 22 Jump Street, House of Cards, Legends & Lies: Patriots, and Copy Cat Killers, which is currently airing on the Reelz Channel. Recently he had the opportunity to showcase his multilingual skills in Das Rheingold, a NYU Thesis Film, that’s based on the famous opera by Robert Wagner and done entirely in German. Aside from acting, Michael is a skilled fight choreographer and a competitive Martial Artist with a 1st Degree Black Belt in Tien Shan Pai Chinese Kung-fu. Hopefully he can one day fulfill is life long dream of “spending a day kicking back with Jackie Chan and Chuck Norris”. 

                                 Carson Collins – Stage Manager


                                 Carson is originally from Edwardsburg MI and                                            moved to DC last fall to pursue a BM in Musical                                          Theater at The Catholic University of America. This                                    is his first time stage managing a show as he is                                          primarily a performer. This year he has appeared in Catholic University’s The Most Happy Fella (Doctor), Stranded (Blu Del Moncenisio), and Start Spreading The News: The Music of Kander and Ebb performed at the Kennedy Center. Some of his favorite credits include The Phantom (The Phantom of the Opera), J. Pierrepont Finch (How To Succeed…), and Harold Hill (The Music Man). 

Colin Dieck – Lighting Designer 

     Colin Dieck (Lighting Design) is a theatrical designer based in DC. Locally he has designed for companies including Nu Sass Productions, Spooky Action Theater, 1st Stage, and Signature Theatre. Recent designs include An American Daughter with Keegan Theatre and Wild Williams with Beau Jest Moving Theatre (Boston). Elsewhere in Fringe, Colin is designing for Pinky Swear Production: Over Her Dead Body, Clandestine Arts: Song Reader, and The Coil Project.  Further afield, Colin is a designer with Cho-In Theatre of South Korea, with whom he toured in Spain in February.

                             Niusha Nawab – Sound Designer

                             Niusha Nawab is a local actor, technician, and sound                                designer. He's been a designer on several projects for                              Capital Fringe and is very pleased to be a part of this                                exciting new work. Thanks to Jean for reaching out                                    and to Colin for connecting us.

                              Julie Cray-Leong – Costume Designer

                              Julie Cray Leong (Costume Designer) is the Assistant                                Costumer and Costume Shop Manager for the                                            Catholic University of America’s Drama Department.                                 Recent Costume Design Credits: (We Happy Few                                         Productions) Chalk and The Winter’s Tale; (The Shakespeare Theatre’s Academy for Classical Acting) Love’s Labor’s Lost, The Maid’s Tragedy, Hamlet, Women Beware Women, The Duchess of Malfi, and The Winter’s Tale; (The Catholic University of America) Big Love, The Mage Knights of Eternal Light, Fifi and Hunter Forever!, Brutus. BA in Drama – The Catholic University of America. ​

Josh Harty – Composer

Jessica Parvin – Graphic Designer

​​​HUNT: A Political Drama