A Tale of Two Cities

Coca-Cola Stage
150 minutes including intermission
Best enjoyed by audiences 13+
World Premiere
It’s the best of times and the worst of times. The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer. The oppressed call for revolution.

By Charles Dickens 
Adapted by Brendan Pelsue 
Directed by Leora Morris
 

It’s the best of times and the worst of times. The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer. The oppressed call for revolution. Despots threaten global war. Sound familiar? It’s Paris and London, 1787, a powder keg of spies, lovers, madmen, and unexpected look-alikes. This radical reimagining of Charles Dickens’s classic tale of the French Revolution forces us to ask: am I who I am because of my actions or the circumstances of my birth? Do I control my destiny? And where do we begin if we want to right the wrongs of history? 

 


Community Partners

The Center for Ethics at Emory University
The Emory University Public Humanities Graduate Course
The Georgia Resilience and Opportunity (GRO) Fund

 

Special Events

  • YP Meetup: A Tale of Two Cities

    Thu, Feb 22
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    Join us for a Young Professionals meetup before our production of A Tale of Two Cities

    Gather in the Woodruff Arts Center's North Alcove Bar to grab a drink and meet fellow young professionals before the show. YP members are also encouraged to attend the Before Play discussion with writer Brendan Pelsue, Director Leora Morris and Artistic Director Chris Moses.

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  • Before Play: A Tale of Two Cities

    Thu, Feb 22
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    7:30 PM // Performance of A Tale of Two Cities

     

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  • Afterwords: A Tale of Two Cities

    Sat, Mar 2
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    Post-Show Discussion on the Coca-Cola Stage

     

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  • Community Conversation: A Tale of Two Cities

    Sun, Mar 3
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    Post-Show Community Conversation in the Event Room – Second Floor

    In this Community Conversation moderated by Emory Director of Ethics and the Arts, Laura Asherman, co-founder and Executive Director of El Refugio, Amilcar Valencia, and Emory professor and co-founder of the nonprofit Common Good Atlanta, Sarah Higinbotham, will delve into issues facing incarcerated people in Georgia in connection to the play. Both speakers do work in criminal justice reform with a particular focus on maintaining the dignity of incarcerated or detained people as they encounter the criminal justice or deportation system.

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    Amilcar Valencia, Executive Director El Refugio

    Amilcar Valencia, Executive Director El Refugio

    Amilcar Valencia is a co-founder and Executive Director of El Refugio. Through his work, he is making the affected community visible, elevating their voices, accompanying them in their struggles, and supporting their efforts to end the inhumane and unnecessary detention and deportation system. In 2019, Amilcar was named one of Georgia's 50 Most Influential Latinos by the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the steering committee of Georgia Detention Watch and serves as a board member for Detention Watch Network (DWN).

     

     

     

    Sarah Higinbotham, Assistant Professor of English Oxford College of Emory

    Sarah Higinbotham, Assistant Professor of English Oxford College of Emory

    Sarah Higinbotham studies and teaches Shakespeare and early modern literature, focusing on the intersections of literature and law. She writes about the violence of the law in early modern England, critical prison theory, and human rights in literature. Higinbotham also works with students who are interested in criminal justice reform, facilitates undergraduate peer tutoring in Georgia’s prisons, and oversees summer internships.

    While earning a PhD in English, Higinbotham taught college courses inside a Georgia State Prison. In 2014, she co-founded a nonprofit (Common Good Atlanta) that connects universities with prisons, work that is rooted in the belief that human dignity flourishes, and communities become stronger, when access to higher education is equitable. Common Good Atlanta offers accredited college courses in six Georgia prisons, five days a week. Before joining the Oxford faculty in 2017, Higinbotham taught Shakespeare and Milton at Georgia Tech for three years as a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow.

     

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  • Community Conversation: A Tale of Two Cities

    Thu, Mar 7
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    7:30 PM // Performance of A Tale of Two Cities
    Post-Show Community Conversation in the Event Room – Second Floor

    Emory professors Vialla Hartfield-Méndez and Kim Loudermilk, both experts in narrative and how storytelling works, will explore with the audience the recycling and re-framing of Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities in this play, thinking together about narrative strategies (writing, directing, acting choices, staging, costumes, the language of colors, and more) that help us to re-imagine this story as relevant to our current moment and our own stories.

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    Kim Loudermilk, Director of the IDEAS Fellowship and Undergraduate Program in American Studies at Emory University

    Kim Loudermilk, Director of the IDEAS Fellowship and Undergraduate Program in American Studies at Emory University

    Kim Loudermilk received a PhD from Emory's Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts in 1997, after completing an MA in women's studies from Wichita State University and a BS in journalism from Oklahoma State University. Loudermilk joined the faculty at Emory in 1998; her teaching focuses on social movements and the media, advertising, contemporary cultural studies, and issues in higher education. In addition to her teaching, she directs the American Studies program, which offers a thriving interdisciplinary major and minor. She also helped to develop and direct the IDEAS (Interdisciplinary Exploration and Scholarship) program, which seeks to bring interdisciplinary thinking to students from across the campus and to promote the value of the liberal arts. Prior to coming to Emory, Loudermilk was a Brittain Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she taught classes in composition, technical writing, and public speaking. In addition to her faculty work, Loudermilk served as an administrator at Emory University for a decade. From 2000 to 2003, she was assistant vice provost in the Office of the Provost, where she coordinated Emory's reaccreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and directed the university's faculty development programs. From 2003 to 2010, Loudermilk was the senior associate dean for academic planning at Emory College and coordinated strategic, financial, operational, and infrastructure planning for the college.

    Vialla Hartfield-Méndez, Director of Engaged Learning and Professor of Spanish at Emory University

    Vialla Hartfield-Méndez, Director of Engaged Learning and Professor of Spanish at Emory University

    Vialla Hartfield-Méndez has served as Director of Engaged Learning at Emory since 2009, first in the Center for Community Partnerships, and currently in the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence. As Professor of Pedagogy in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, where she continues to teach, Vialla has developed robust partnerships with the Latino/Hispanic community and created courses and course components that integrate community engagement into the curriculum. She is Senior Faculty Fellow in the Center for Ethics, previously directed the Emory Scholars Program, led Emory's strategic Community Engaged Learning Initiative, and has established a national reputation in community engaged pedagogy, especially through her leadership of Emory’s hosting of the 2014 conference of Imagining America and her close collaboration with the Cultural Agents Initiative and Pre-Texts at Harvard University. Vialla holds a PhD and MA in Hispanic literature and culture from the University of Virginia and a BA from the University of Southern Mississippi. She is the author of Woman and the Infinite: Epiphanic Moments in Pedro Salinas's Art (Bucknell UP), and numerous articles on Hispanic literature and culture, campus-community engagement, curriculum design, and faculty governance.

     

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  • Afterwords: A Tale of Two Cities

    Sat, Mar 9
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  • Community Conversation: A Tale of Two Cities

    Thu, Mar 14
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    Post-Show Community Conversation in the Event Room – Second Floor

    In this community conversation moderated by Emory Professor Karen Stolley (Spanish & Portuguese), Emory Professor Patrick Allitt (History) will explore how we might teach world history – including the late eighteenth century in France and Britain which is the backdrop for A Tale of Two Cities – to college and K12 students in ways that connect that history with today's world? How do disruptions in politics, industry and technology affect the lives of everyday citizens?

    Presented in partnership with the Center for Ethics at Emory University and the Emory Public Humanities Graduate Course. Community Conversation discussions are free for ticket holders. No RSVP required.

     

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    Patrick Allitt, History Professor at Emory University

    Patrick Allitt, History Professor at Emory University

    Patrick Allitt is the Cahoon Family Professor of History at Emory University. He was born and raised in England where he attended Oxford University as an undergraduate. He was a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, and has been at Emory since 1988. He is the author of seven books including one about his life as a college professor, I’m the Teacher, You’re the Student: A Semester in the University Classroom.

     

     

     

     

    Karen Stolley, Spanish Professor at Emory University

    Karen Stolley, Spanish Professor at Emory University

    Karen Stolley is Professor in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese and Associate Faculty in History at Emory University. She received her BA in Spanish and French from Middlebury College and spent a year in Bogota, Colombia as a Fulbright Fellow before returning to the US to complete her Ph.D. at Yale University. Professor Stolley is the author of Domesticating Empire: Enlightenment in Spanish America (Vanderbilt UP) and El lazarillo de ciegos caminantes: un itinerario crítico (Ediciones del Norte), as well as numerous articles on colonial and eighteenth-century Spanish American literature

     

     

     

     

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  • Sign Interpreted Performance: A Tale of Two Cities

    Sat, Mar 16
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  • Afterwords: A Tale of Two Cities

    Sat, Mar 16
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Coca-Cola Stage

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Director

Leora Morris [she/her] is honoured to be back at the Alliance after previously directing A Christmas Carol, A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone, Winnie-the-Pooh, Crossing Delancey, The Dancing Granny, and Hey Willy, See the Pyramids. Other directing credits include The Sound Inside, Knives in Hens, Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre, Toronto); The Philosopher’s Wife (Toronto); Labour of Love (Olney Theatre Center); Spring Awakening (Connecticut College); The Wolves (University of British Columbia), He Left Quietly (2014 SummerWorks Best Production Award, Toronto); Amy and the Orphans, Women Beware Women, King John (Yale School of Drama); The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, love holds a lamp in this little room (Yale Cabaret). Awards/Fellowships: Toronto’s Ken MacDougall Award, Yale Julian Milton Kaufman Prize in Directing, O’Neill/NNPN National Directing Fellow. Leora was shortlisted for the international 2020 Rolex Mentor and Protégé Prize, and is currently a Public Humanities Scholar at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, where she is an assistant professor in Directing and Acting. MFA Directing, Yale School of Drama. www.leoramorris.com 

Leora Morris
Leora Morris
Director

Leora Morris [she/her] is honoured to be back at the Alliance after previously directing A Christmas Carol, A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Ride the Cyclone, Winnie-the-Pooh, Crossing Delancey, The Dancing Granny, and Hey Willy, See the Pyramids. Other directing credits include The Sound Inside, Knives in Hens, Orphans (Coal Mine Theatre, Toronto); The Philosopher’s Wife (Toronto); Labour of Love (Olney Theatre Center); Spring Awakening (Connecticut College); The Wolves (University of British Columbia), He Left Quietly (2014 SummerWorks Best Production Award, Toronto); Amy and the Orphans, Women Beware Women, King John (Yale School of Drama); The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, love holds a lamp in this little room (Yale Cabaret). Awards/Fellowships: Toronto’s Ken MacDougall Award, Yale Julian Milton Kaufman Prize in Directing, O’Neill/NNPN National Directing Fellow. Leora was shortlisted for the international 2020 Rolex Mentor and Protégé Prize, and is currently a Public Humanities Scholar at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, where she is an assistant professor in Directing and Acting. MFA Directing, Yale School of Drama. www.leoramorris.com 

Writer

Brendan Pelsue is a playwright, librettist, and translator. His play Wellesley Girl premiered at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Hagoromo, a dance-opera piece for which he wrote the libretto, appeared at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Recent projects include a new translation and adaptation of Molière’s Don Juan at Westport Country Playhouse, and Read to Me at Portland Stage, where he won the Clauder Prize. Commissions include South Coast Repertory, American Opera Projects, Westport Country Playhouse, the Alliance Theatre, and the Actors Theatre of Louisville. Brendan was a 2023 MacDowell Fellow and a 2017 artist-in-residence at Chateau de la Napoule, France. He will be a resident artist at Green College, University of British Columbia, in Spring 2024. Originally from Newburyport, MA, he received his MFA from Yale School of Drama and his BA from Brown University. He teaches at Rutgers University.

Brendan Pelsue
Brendan Pelsue
Playwright

Brendan Pelsue is a playwright, librettist, and translator. His play Wellesley Girl premiered at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Hagoromo, a dance-opera piece for which he wrote the libretto, appeared at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Recent projects include a new translation and adaptation of Molière’s Don Juan at Westport Country Playhouse, and Read to Me at Portland Stage, where he won the Clauder Prize. Commissions include South Coast Repertory, American Opera Projects, Westport Country Playhouse, the Alliance Theatre, and the Actors Theatre of Louisville. Brendan was a 2023 MacDowell Fellow and a 2017 artist-in-residence at Chateau de la Napoule, France. He will be a resident artist at Green College, University of British Columbia, in Spring 2024. Originally from Newburyport, MA, he received his MFA from Yale School of Drama and his BA from Brown University. He teaches at Rutgers University.

Cast

Grant Chapman is delighted to be back at the Alliance! Previous Atlanta credits include Winnie in Winnie-the-Pooh (also at the Alliance), and Prior Walter in both parts of Angels in America at Actor's Express (Suzi Bass Award for Outstanding Acting Ensemble). Appearances at other theaters include the Asolo Rep, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Rep, Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble, Intiman Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Opera House Arts, and Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Grant has been a core company member of The Feast, a Seattle-based national theater ensemble, since 2014, most recently appearing as Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. Training: MFA, Brown University/Trinity Rep; BFA, University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater. grantchapman.net

Grant Chapman
Grant Chapman
Actor 5

Grant Chapman is delighted to be back at the Alliance! Previous Atlanta credits include Winnie in Winnie-the-Pooh (also at the Alliance), and Prior Walter in both parts of Angels in America at Actor's Express (Suzi Bass Award for Outstanding Acting Ensemble). Appearances at other theaters include the Asolo Rep, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Rep, Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble, Intiman Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Opera House Arts, and Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Grant has been a core company member of The Feast, a Seattle-based national theater ensemble, since 2014, most recently appearing as Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. Training: MFA, Brown University/Trinity Rep; BFA, University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater. grantchapman.net

Tiffany Denise Hobbs [she/her] is an actress, educator, and broadcast journalist that has trained at performing arts institutions including SMU, Yale, The Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade. Tiffany played Shenzi in the National Tour of The Lion King and was featured in the Broadway musical, Waitress, with Sara Bareilles. She was nominated by the Connecticut Critics Circle Awards as Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performance as Olivia in Twelfth Night at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Tiffany also played Ursula in New York Shakespeare in Park’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Kenny Leon. Favorite TV: Claws, The Mighty Ducks, She Hulk, Atlanta, Ozark, Senior Year, The Haunting of Hill House, Pose, The First Lady. Film: A Holiday Spectacular, The Trial of the Chicago 7. Tiffany would like to thank her family and friends for their unmitigated support. Find her on Instagram @tiffanydenisehobbs.

Tiffany Hobbs
Tiffany Hobbs
Actor 3

Tiffany Denise Hobbs [she/her] is an actress, educator, and broadcast journalist that has trained at performing arts institutions including SMU, Yale, The Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade. Tiffany played Shenzi in the National Tour of The Lion King and was featured in the Broadway musical, Waitress, with Sara Bareilles. She was nominated by the Connecticut Critics Circle Awards as Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performance as Olivia in Twelfth Night at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Tiffany also played Ursula in New York Shakespeare in Park’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Kenny Leon. Favorite TV: Claws, The Mighty Ducks, She Hulk, Atlanta, Ozark, Senior Year, The Haunting of Hill House, Pose, The First Lady. Film: A Holiday Spectacular, The Trial of the Chicago 7. Tiffany would like to thank her family and friends for their unmitigated support. Find her on Instagram @tiffanydenisehobbs.

Joe Knezevich is so happy to be back at the Alliance with this amazing creative team. Originally from Miami, Florida, Joe Knezevich earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting from Florida State University and studied in London with members of the world-renowned Complicite. Joe was an associate artist at Georgia Shakespeare for sixteen seasons, where he appeared in over forty plays. He is also a frequent guest on the Alliance Stage (The Many Wondrous Realities of Jasmine Starr-Kidd, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, August: Osage County, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and Glengarry Glen Ross) and has appeared in regional theater all over the country. In addition to his work on the stage, Joe has appeared in dozens of film and TV projects, but his most important roles continue to be husband and father. Hiking, running, pool days, cooking, and cards. 

Joe Knezevich
Joe Knezevich
Actor 8

Joe Knezevich is so happy to be back at the Alliance with this amazing creative team. Originally from Miami, Florida, Joe Knezevich earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting from Florida State University and studied in London with members of the world-renowned Complicite. Joe was an associate artist at Georgia Shakespeare for sixteen seasons, where he appeared in over forty plays. He is also a frequent guest on the Alliance Stage (The Many Wondrous Realities of Jasmine Starr-Kidd, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, August: Osage County, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and Glengarry Glen Ross) and has appeared in regional theater all over the country. In addition to his work on the stage, Joe has appeared in dozens of film and TV projects, but his most important roles continue to be husband and father. Hiking, running, pool days, cooking, and cards. 

Tess Malis Kincaid is happy to be back at the Alliance for this exciting production having appeared here before in Shakespeare in Love, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, August Osage County, Broke, A Christmas Carol, and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Later this season, she will play Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Theatrical Outfit. She has worked at theatres across Atlanta, and regionally at Arena Stage, Marin Theatre, NC Shakespeare, and People's Light & Theatre. She is a three-time Suzi Bass Award recipient for Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role. TV/Film work includes: Ozark, She Hulk, Bluff City Law, Homeland, Greenleaf, The Have and Have Nots, Hillbilly Elegy, The Mule, and Lilly (upcoming). Big love and appreciation always to Mark and B.

Tess Malis Kincaid
Tess Malis Kincaid
Actor 6

Tess Malis Kincaid is happy to be back at the Alliance for this exciting production having appeared here before in Shakespeare in Love, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, August Osage County, Broke, A Christmas Carol, and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Later this season, she will play Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Theatrical Outfit. She has worked at theatres across Atlanta, and regionally at Arena Stage, Marin Theatre, NC Shakespeare, and People's Light & Theatre. She is a three-time Suzi Bass Award recipient for Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role. TV/Film work includes: Ozark, She Hulk, Bluff City Law, Homeland, Greenleaf, The Have and Have Nots, Hillbilly Elegy, The Mule, and Lilly (upcoming). Big love and appreciation always to Mark and B.

Louis Reyes McWilliams [he/him] is an actor, writer, director, and teaching artist based in Los Angeles. Off-Broadway credits include Coriolanus (The Public Theater / Shakespeare in the Park), Anna Karenina: a riff (The Flea), and The War Boys (Columbia Stages). He’s worked regionally in Clyde’s (Berkeley Rep), Heroes of the Fourth Turning (Studio Theatre), Teenage Dick (Woolly Mammoth, Pasadena Playhouse), Little Women (Dallas Theater Center, The Old Globe), No Cure (Playwrights’ Center), A Christmas Carol and An Iliad (Trinity Rep), Unknown Soldier (Williamstown Theatre Festival), and A Tale of Two Cities and Jane Eyre (Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble). Up next, he’ll be directing his first short film Little Footsteps, which he also wrote and stars in. Education: BA, Stanford University; MFA, Brown University/Trinity Rep, recipient of the Richard Kavanaugh Fellowship. louismcwilliams.com IG: @louisreyesmcfly

Louis Reyes McWilliams
Louis Reyes McWilliams
Actor 2

Louis Reyes McWilliams [he/him] is an actor, writer, director, and teaching artist based in Los Angeles. Off-Broadway credits include Coriolanus (The Public Theater / Shakespeare in the Park), Anna Karenina: a riff (The Flea), and The War Boys (Columbia Stages). He’s worked regionally in Clyde’s (Berkeley Rep), Heroes of the Fourth Turning (Studio Theatre), Teenage Dick (Woolly Mammoth, Pasadena Playhouse), Little Women (Dallas Theater Center, The Old Globe), No Cure (Playwrights’ Center), A Christmas Carol and An Iliad (Trinity Rep), Unknown Soldier (Williamstown Theatre Festival), and A Tale of Two Cities and Jane Eyre (Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble). Up next, he’ll be directing his first short film Little Footsteps, which he also wrote and stars in. Education: BA, Stanford University; MFA, Brown University/Trinity Rep, recipient of the Richard Kavanaugh Fellowship. louismcwilliams.com IG: @louisreyesmcfly

Lee Osorio is an Atlanta-based actor and playwright. Previous Alliance credits include Sheltered, Ugly Lies the Bone, and The Temple Bombing. Television credits include Found, The Resident, Your Honor, NCIS: New Orleans, and True Detective. Two of his plays will receive world premiere productions this year, Prisontown at Savannah Rep and A Third Way at Actor's Express. Lee received his MFA in Acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep and is a proud member of Actor's Equity. leeosorio.com

Lee Osorio
Lee Osorio
Actor 4

Lee Osorio is an Atlanta-based actor and playwright. Previous Alliance credits include Sheltered, Ugly Lies the Bone, and The Temple Bombing. Television credits include Found, The Resident, Your Honor, NCIS: New Orleans, and True Detective. Two of his plays will receive world premiere productions this year, Prisontown at Savannah Rep and A Third Way at Actor's Express. Lee received his MFA in Acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep and is a proud member of Actor's Equity. leeosorio.com

Brad Raymond is so elated to be working with this amazing cast and creative team on this exciting new piece! Brad has performed as an actor, singer, or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions including then Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Light Opera Works of Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, Arena Stage, The Broad Stage, The Alliance Theatre, The Denver Center, Atlantan Opera, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Theater Emory, Horizon Theatre and Spivey Hall. Some of Brad’s favorite roles include Homer in Lilies of the Field, Fetch in Fetch, Clay Make Man, Narrator in Passing Strange, Ronald in Born For This, and the Suzi Bass Award winning performance as Blue in Chasin’ Dem Blues. You can see Brad this spring, right here at the Alliance, in the much-anticipated new musical, The Preacher’s Wife

Brad Raymond
Brad Raymond
Actor 7

Brad Raymond is so elated to be working with this amazing cast and creative team on this exciting new piece! Brad has performed as an actor, singer, or conductor at some of the art world’s most esteemed institutions including then Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Light Opera Works of Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, Arena Stage, The Broad Stage, The Alliance Theatre, The Denver Center, Atlantan Opera, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, Theater Emory, Horizon Theatre and Spivey Hall. Some of Brad’s favorite roles include Homer in Lilies of the Field, Fetch in Fetch, Clay Make Man, Narrator in Passing Strange, Ronald in Born For This, and the Suzi Bass Award winning performance as Blue in Chasin’ Dem Blues. You can see Brad this spring, right here at the Alliance, in the much-anticipated new musical, The Preacher’s Wife

Stephen Ruffin is blessed to be returning to the Alliance stage. Honored to dive in with this ensemble and creative team. Love to my honeybee and ladybug. Recent credits: Tiny Beautiful Things at Theatrical Outfit, Too Heavy For Your Pocket at Alliance, Pipeline at Horizon, Romeo and Lysander at Atlanta Shakes. On screen credits on IMDb.

Stephen Ruffin
Stephen Ruffin
Actor 1

Stephen Ruffin is blessed to be returning to the Alliance stage. Honored to dive in with this ensemble and creative team. Love to my honeybee and ladybug. Recent credits: Tiny Beautiful Things at Theatrical Outfit, Too Heavy For Your Pocket at Alliance, Pipeline at Horizon, Romeo and Lysander at Atlanta Shakes. On screen credits on IMDb.

Understudies

Brant Adams [he/him] is so excited to be making his Alliance Theatre debut! Recent Atlanta credits include: Mendel in Fiddler on the Roof (City Springs Theatre Company) and Buttons in Cinderella (Arís Theatre). Regional Credits: Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain (Encore Theatrical Company), Malcolm in Macbeth (Knock at the Gate), Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher (Encore Theatrical Company), Jabeth in Sha-Kon-O-Hey! (Dollywood Theme Park), Benvolio in Romeo & Juliet (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). TV and Film: “Snapped”, “Snapped: Killer Couples”, “The Big Door Prize”. Brant holds a BA in Theater Studies from Emory University. He wants to thank his family and friends for their never-ending support. Instagram: @brant.adams11

Brant Adams
Brant Adams
Actor 4 / Actor 8

Brant Adams [he/him] is so excited to be making his Alliance Theatre debut! Recent Atlanta credits include: Mendel in Fiddler on the Roof (City Springs Theatre Company) and Buttons in Cinderella (Arís Theatre). Regional Credits: Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain (Encore Theatrical Company), Malcolm in Macbeth (Knock at the Gate), Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher (Encore Theatrical Company), Jabeth in Sha-Kon-O-Hey! (Dollywood Theme Park), Benvolio in Romeo & Juliet (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). TV and Film: “Snapped”, “Snapped: Killer Couples”, “The Big Door Prize”. Brant holds a BA in Theater Studies from Emory University. He wants to thank his family and friends for their never-ending support. Instagram: @brant.adams11

Daniel Annone [he/hm] is thrilled to be part of his first show here at the Alliance Theatre! Favorite stage credits include Benjamin Cohen in The Underpants (Theatre UCF), Bellhop in Lend Me a Tenor (Athens Theatre), as well as touring with Madcap Puppets and Hampstead Stage. Notable film/tv credits include Dog Gone (Netflix), Richard Jewell (WB), "Doom Patrol" (Max), and "Atlanta" (FX). Originally from Miami, he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from the University of Central Florida. Daniel currently teaches at Catapult Acting Studios and is part of the Mighty Shorts Comedy Collective here in Atlanta. He would love to thank his friends, family, and cat for always supporting him. Social media: @dknown

Daniel Annone
Daniel Annone
Actor 2

Daniel Annone [he/hm] is thrilled to be part of his first show here at the Alliance Theatre! Favorite stage credits include Benjamin Cohen in The Underpants (Theatre UCF), Bellhop in Lend Me a Tenor (Athens Theatre), as well as touring with Madcap Puppets and Hampstead Stage. Notable film/tv credits include Dog Gone (Netflix), Richard Jewell (WB), "Doom Patrol" (Max), and "Atlanta" (FX). Originally from Miami, he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from the University of Central Florida. Daniel currently teaches at Catapult Acting Studios and is part of the Mighty Shorts Comedy Collective here in Atlanta. He would love to thank his friends, family, and cat for always supporting him. Social media: @dknown

Sean Dale [he/him] is ecstatic to return to the Alliance Theatre in this incredible show! He made his Alliance debut in the Suzi Bass award winning production of Hands Up. Favorite credits include: Antipholus of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors (Texas Shakespeare Festival), William in Lobby Hero (Lion and  Unicorn Theatre), and Arturo Ui in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (The Arcola Theatre). He holds an MFA in Acting from East 15 Acting School and works as a certified Script Analyst for film/tv. Find him on Instagram: @seanmadale 

Sean Dale
Sean Dale
Actor 7

Sean Dale [he/him] is ecstatic to return to the Alliance Theatre in this incredible show! He made his Alliance debut in the Suzi Bass award winning production of Hands Up. Favorite credits include: Antipholus of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors (Texas Shakespeare Festival), William in Lobby Hero (Lion and  Unicorn Theatre), and Arturo Ui in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (The Arcola Theatre). He holds an MFA in Acting from East 15 Acting School and works as a certified Script Analyst for film/tv. Find him on Instagram: @seanmadale 

Rebecca Gunn is elated to be making her Alliance Theatre debut in A Tale of Two Cities. As a child, she grew up coming to the Alliance to see shows and participate in camps, so this project is a dream come true. Rebecca is a proud Atlanta native, but not too long ago she lived in Glasgow, Scotland, where she was pursuing her Acting degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre credits include America’s Most Haunted (Somebodies Theatre Company), Enron, Anatomy of a Suicide, The Seagull, Frankie & Johnny (RCS), Duchess of Malfi (Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre), Servant of Two Masters, Love’s Labours Lost, Macbeth, Cymbeline (Great River Shakespeare). You also might have seen her at Get Scene Studios where she’s one of the Head Class Directors and runs workshops with Atlanta’s Film/TV Agents and Casting Directors. Special thanks to the entire Alliance team for making this happen. Love you Dad, Will, Beth, and Charles for all your support. Mom, this one’s definitely for you. All the Glory be to God! IG: @msrebeccagunn / rebecca-gunn.com

Rebecca Gunn
Rebecca Gunn
Actor 6

Rebecca Gunn is elated to be making her Alliance Theatre debut in A Tale of Two Cities. As a child, she grew up coming to the Alliance to see shows and participate in camps, so this project is a dream come true. Rebecca is a proud Atlanta native, but not too long ago she lived in Glasgow, Scotland, where she was pursuing her Acting degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre credits include America’s Most Haunted (Somebodies Theatre Company), Enron, Anatomy of a Suicide, The Seagull, Frankie & Johnny (RCS), Duchess of Malfi (Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre), Servant of Two Masters, Love’s Labours Lost, Macbeth, Cymbeline (Great River Shakespeare). You also might have seen her at Get Scene Studios where she’s one of the Head Class Directors and runs workshops with Atlanta’s Film/TV Agents and Casting Directors. Special thanks to the entire Alliance team for making this happen. Love you Dad, Will, Beth, and Charles for all your support. Mom, this one’s definitely for you. All the Glory be to God! IG: @msrebeccagunn / rebecca-gunn.com

Danielle Montgomery [she/her] is thrilled to be making her professional debut with the Alliance Theatre! Danielle is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a BA in Theatre and Performance Studies, Concentration: Acting. Danielle would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support! Find her on instagram: @daniellemontgomry

Danielle Montgomery
Danielle Montgomery
Actor 1 / Actor 3

Danielle Montgomery [she/her] is thrilled to be making her professional debut with the Alliance Theatre! Danielle is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a BA in Theatre and Performance Studies, Concentration: Acting. Danielle would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support! Find her on instagram: @daniellemontgomry

Ryan Siegel [he/him] is overjoyed to be a part of his first production at the Alliance Theatre. His recent Film/TV credits include: The Ms. Pat Show, Wolf Pack, The Lemonade Files, and Tyler Perry’s upcoming WWII drama, Six Triple Eight. He was last on stage in Miami, FL in an immersive theatre production based on the hit Netflix series, Money Heist. Other favorite roles include: Jason in Sweat, Nick in Assistance, and Henry in Evolution. Ryan trained at the University of Florida School of Theatre & Dance and has most recently been training with Peter Frechette. When offstage, Ryan spends his time writing music, playing guitar, and learning new yo-yo tricks to impress his roommates. He played a solo set at the Virginia-Highland Porchfest in 2022 and has recently started playing at local open mic nights. Ryan would like to thank his family and friends for their ongoing support and the Alliance Theatre for this opportunity. To keep up with Ryan, follow him on Instagram: @itsryansiegel 

Ryan Siegel
Ryan Siegel
Actor 5

Ryan Siegel [he/him] is overjoyed to be a part of his first production at the Alliance Theatre. His recent Film/TV credits include: The Ms. Pat Show, Wolf Pack, The Lemonade Files, and Tyler Perry’s upcoming WWII drama, Six Triple Eight. He was last on stage in Miami, FL in an immersive theatre production based on the hit Netflix series, Money Heist. Other favorite roles include: Jason in Sweat, Nick in Assistance, and Henry in Evolution. Ryan trained at the University of Florida School of Theatre & Dance and has most recently been training with Peter Frechette. When offstage, Ryan spends his time writing music, playing guitar, and learning new yo-yo tricks to impress his roommates. He played a solo set at the Virginia-Highland Porchfest in 2022 and has recently started playing at local open mic nights. Ryan would like to thank his family and friends for their ongoing support and the Alliance Theatre for this opportunity. To keep up with Ryan, follow him on Instagram: @itsryansiegel 

Creative

Jiyoun Chang // Alliance Credit: Bina's Six Apples (Suzi Bass Award), Broadway Credit: Jaja’s African Hair Braiding, The Cottage, KPOP Broadway, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf (Tony Nom), Slave Play (Tony, Drama Desk, Henry Hewes Nom), Others: Stereophonic, Walk On Through (Gavin Creel), The Far Country (Drama Desk, Lucile Lortel Nom), Marys Seacole (Henry Hewes Nom), The World is Round (Obie Award), The Public, Roundabout, NYTW, MTC, MCC, Signature, ATC, Guggenheim, Chicago Lyric Opera, Arena Stage, Berkeley Rep, CalShakes, Guthrie, Old Globe, OSF. 

Jiyoun Chang
Jiyoun Chang
Scenic and Lighting Design

Jiyoun Chang // Alliance Credit: Bina's Six Apples (Suzi Bass Award), Broadway Credit: Jaja’s African Hair Braiding, The Cottage, KPOP Broadway, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf (Tony Nom), Slave Play (Tony, Drama Desk, Henry Hewes Nom), Others: Stereophonic, Walk On Through (Gavin Creel), The Far Country (Drama Desk, Lucile Lortel Nom), Marys Seacole (Henry Hewes Nom), The World is Round (Obie Award), The Public, Roundabout, NYTW, MTC, MCC, Signature, ATC, Guggenheim, Chicago Lyric Opera, Arena Stage, Berkeley Rep, CalShakes, Guthrie, Old Globe, OSF. 

Jody Feldman began her theater career as an actress in Atlanta before moving into administration as the Assistant General Manager at Frank Wittow’s Academy Theatre. It was at the Academy that Jody realized the importance of theatre to a city’s cultural values and personality. Feldman started her career at the Alliance as Casting Director in 1991, and added Producer to her title and responsibilities in 2001. She has cast and produced more than 200 productions at the Alliance, encompassing a range of world premieres that includes The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry, What I Learned in Paris by Pearl Cleage, Broke and Troubadour by Janece Shaffer, In the Red and Brown Water by Tarell Alvin McCraney and more than 10 years of Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition-winning plays plus such world and regional premiere musicals as Tuck Everlasting; Aida; The Color Purple; Sister Act: The Musical; Bring It On: The Musical; Ghost Brothers of Darkland County; Harmony, A New Musical and The Prom. Jody is most proud of the thriving Alliance engagement activities and partnerships that recognize theatrical work as a catalyst for community conversation and connection.

Jody Feldman
Jody Feldman
Co Line Producer

Jody Feldman began her theater career as an actress in Atlanta before moving into administration as the Assistant General Manager at Frank Wittow’s Academy Theatre. It was at the Academy that Jody realized the importance of theatre to a city’s cultural values and personality. Feldman started her career at the Alliance as Casting Director in 1991, and added Producer to her title and responsibilities in 2001. She has cast and produced more than 200 productions at the Alliance, encompassing a range of world premieres that includes The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry, What I Learned in Paris by Pearl Cleage, Broke and Troubadour by Janece Shaffer, In the Red and Brown Water by Tarell Alvin McCraney and more than 10 years of Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition-winning plays plus such world and regional premiere musicals as Tuck Everlasting; Aida; The Color Purple; Sister Act: The Musical; Bring It On: The Musical; Ghost Brothers of Darkland County; Harmony, A New Musical and The Prom. Jody is most proud of the thriving Alliance engagement activities and partnerships that recognize theatrical work as a catalyst for community conversation and connection.

Fabian Fidel Aguilar
Fabian Fidel Aguilar
Costume Design

Jake Guinn is an Atlanta based Director, Writer, and Choreographer. He is the Lead Producer and Co-Founder of Havoc Movement, an experimental production company in residence at Windmill Arts in East Point. Jake is a second generation Fight Director following in the footsteps of his father and mentor, Mark Guinn. His selected credits include Marvel Universe Live! Age of Heroes, TruTV’s Fake/Off, New Jack City Live!Hero’s Wife at Synchronicity Theatre, Dracula  at Actor's Theatre Louisville, Sherwood at the Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Florida Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Playhouse. 

Jake Guinn
Jake Guinn
Fight Choreography

Jake Guinn is an Atlanta based Director, Writer, and Choreographer. He is the Lead Producer and Co-Founder of Havoc Movement, an experimental production company in residence at Windmill Arts in East Point. Jake is a second generation Fight Director following in the footsteps of his father and mentor, Mark Guinn. His selected credits include Marvel Universe Live! Age of Heroes, TruTV’s Fake/Off, New Jack City Live!Hero’s Wife at Synchronicity Theatre, Dracula  at Actor's Theatre Louisville, Sherwood at the Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Florida Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Playhouse. 

Joo Kim
Joo Kim
Associate Scenic Designer

Christopher Moses has worked in professional theater for twenty years and was awarded the Governor’s Award for Arts and Humanities for his work in the field. After working at the Alliance for ten years, he became the Director of Education in 2011, overseeing the Alliance Theatre Institute (twice recognized as an Arts Model by the Federal Department of Education), Theatre for Youth and Families programming, and the Acting Program. Under his leadership, the Alliance launched its Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young program, providing fully interactive professional theater experiences for children ages newborn through five; the Alliance Teen Ensemble, performing world premiere plays commissioned for and about teens; Palefsky Collision Project, where teens produce a new work after colliding with a classic text; and Alliance@work, a professional development program designed for the business sector. Moses also expanded the Alliance’s summer camp program to serve over 3,000 children in multiple locations across Atlanta. In 2014, Chris added the title Associate Artistic Director and has continued to expand the Alliance’s commissioned works for youth and family audiences.

Christopher Moses
Christopher Moses
Co Line Producer

Christopher Moses has worked in professional theater for twenty years and was awarded the Governor’s Award for Arts and Humanities for his work in the field. After working at the Alliance for ten years, he became the Director of Education in 2011, overseeing the Alliance Theatre Institute (twice recognized as an Arts Model by the Federal Department of Education), Theatre for Youth and Families programming, and the Acting Program. Under his leadership, the Alliance launched its Kathy & Ken Bernhardt Theatre for the Very Young program, providing fully interactive professional theater experiences for children ages newborn through five; the Alliance Teen Ensemble, performing world premiere plays commissioned for and about teens; Palefsky Collision Project, where teens produce a new work after colliding with a classic text; and Alliance@work, a professional development program designed for the business sector. Moses also expanded the Alliance’s summer camp program to serve over 3,000 children in multiple locations across Atlanta. In 2014, Chris added the title Associate Artistic Director and has continued to expand the Alliance’s commissioned works for youth and family audiences.

David Reingold
David Reingold
Associate Lighting Designer

Chris Ross-Ewart [he/him] is a sound designer, composer, and performer. Working across Canada, the US, and the world, he makes theatre, musical theatre, dance, film, podcasts, andlama installations. Recent credits include The Clearing at Shaw, Hamlet 911 at Stratford, The Sound Inside at Coalmine, The Cave at Luminato, and Distant Early Warning at Buddies in Bad Times. He is thrilled to work with the team on this exciting premiere. He read Tale of Two Cities in high school and regrets not paying attention better; sorry, Ms Patton. chrisross-ewart.com 

Chris Ross-Ewart
Chris Ross-Ewart
Composer

Chris Ross-Ewart [he/him] is a sound designer, composer, and performer. Working across Canada, the US, and the world, he makes theatre, musical theatre, dance, film, podcasts, andlama installations. Recent credits include The Clearing at Shaw, Hamlet 911 at Stratford, The Sound Inside at Coalmine, The Cave at Luminato, and Distant Early Warning at Buddies in Bad Times. He is thrilled to work with the team on this exciting premiere. He read Tale of Two Cities in high school and regrets not paying attention better; sorry, Ms Patton. chrisross-ewart.com 

Crew

Lawrence Bennett
Lawrence Bennett
Production Management Lead

Liz Campbell [she/her] Favorite Alliance credits include: A Christmas Carol, The Many Wondrous Realities of Jasmine Starr-Kidd, Bina’s Six Apples, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Max Makes a Million, The Wizard of Oz, The Dancing Granny, Cinderella and Fella, Ugly Lies the Bone, Pancakes, Pancakes!, Tiger Style!, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical, James and the Giant Peach, Shrek, and Charlotte’s Web. Other local credits include: The Shining (The Atlanta Opera), The Drowsy Chaperone, Camelot, The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Monty Python's Spamalot, and Ragtime. (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); In the Continuum (Synchronicity Theatre); Book of Will and It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatrical Outfit). She has been the Stage Manager for the GHSMTA (Shuler Awards) since 2015. She holds a BFA in Theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Co-founder of Atlanta Theatre Artists for Justice. Love to Ali and Maggie.

Liz Campbell
Liz Campbell
Stage Manager

Liz Campbell [she/her] Favorite Alliance credits include: A Christmas Carol, The Many Wondrous Realities of Jasmine Starr-Kidd, Bina’s Six Apples, Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Max Makes a Million, The Wizard of Oz, The Dancing Granny, Cinderella and Fella, Ugly Lies the Bone, Pancakes, Pancakes!, Tiger Style!, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical, James and the Giant Peach, Shrek, and Charlotte’s Web. Other local credits include: The Shining (The Atlanta Opera), The Drowsy Chaperone, Camelot, The World Goes Round, Million Dollar Quartet, Monty Python's Spamalot, and Ragtime. (Atlanta Lyric Theatre); In the Continuum (Synchronicity Theatre); Book of Will and It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatrical Outfit). She has been the Stage Manager for the GHSMTA (Shuler Awards) since 2015. She holds a BFA in Theatre from Niagara University. Member of Actors’ Equity Association. Co-founder of Atlanta Theatre Artists for Justice. Love to Ali and Maggie.

Barbara Gantt O’Haley [she/her] Previous Alliance credits include: Into the Burrow: A Peter Rabbit Tale, Hot Wing King, Everybody, Slur, Tell Me My Dream, Courage, Grimm Lives of the In-Betweens. Other Atlanta credits include: Big Fish, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Simply Simone, In the Heights, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Perfect Arrangement, Indecent, Slow Food, Ms. Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, The Wickhams, Our Town, 110 in the Shade, Pitmen Painters, An Iliad (Theatrical Outfit); Support Group for Men (Horizon Theatre), as well as My Fair Lady, Cats, Young Frankenstein (Atlanta Lyric Theatre). Love to Patrick, Elliana, and Keeva! Proud Member AEA.  

Barbara Gantt O'Haley
Barbara Gantt O'Haley
Assistant Stage Manager

Barbara Gantt O’Haley [she/her] Previous Alliance credits include: Into the Burrow: A Peter Rabbit Tale, Hot Wing King, Everybody, Slur, Tell Me My Dream, Courage, Grimm Lives of the In-Betweens. Other Atlanta credits include: Big Fish, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Simply Simone, In the Heights, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Perfect Arrangement, Indecent, Slow Food, Ms. Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, The Wickhams, Our Town, 110 in the Shade, Pitmen Painters, An Iliad (Theatrical Outfit); Support Group for Men (Horizon Theatre), as well as My Fair Lady, Cats, Young Frankenstein (Atlanta Lyric Theatre). Love to Patrick, Elliana, and Keeva! Proud Member AEA.  

Lamarr White, Jr. [he/him] graduated from Jackson State University with a BA in Speech and Theatre. He started in theatre in high school as an actor and musician, and found a love for Stage Management while in college. LaMarr also has a background in dance and playwriting. He is elated to be working on his second production at the Alliance Theatre as a Stage Management PA, his first production being A Christmas Carol (2023). LaMarr would like to thank his friends and family for all of their love and support. He would also like to thank his mentor for pushing him to be great. 

LaMarr White, Jr
LaMarr White, Jr
Stage Management Production Assistant

Lamarr White, Jr. [he/him] graduated from Jackson State University with a BA in Speech and Theatre. He started in theatre in high school as an actor and musician, and found a love for Stage Management while in college. LaMarr also has a background in dance and playwriting. He is elated to be working on his second production at the Alliance Theatre as a Stage Management PA, his first production being A Christmas Carol (2023). LaMarr would like to thank his friends and family for all of their love and support. He would also like to thank his mentor for pushing him to be great. 

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