Alli Bostedt (Company whatever; it’s not readily apparent; she/her) took her first foray into theatre at the age of four and has never (always) looked back since. Regularly seen backstage – e.g. props, costumes, office manager, actor wrangler, contracts, tour manager, and locator of mandolin strings in the middle of Lowell at 4am in the morning. Native of Las Vegas and until recently a resident of California, she took the peculiar step to move to the UK and have a family instead of washing men’s tights for a living. Alli doesn’t go on the road anymore, she leaves that to others, instead she works behind the scenes pulling the strings. Her three-year old is known locally as the Beast of Berkhamsted.
Dominic Conti (Performer/Additional Material Hollywood; he/him) was discovered by RSC talent scouts in Chicago, performing America (abridged) with The Noble Fool Theater. He workshopped Hollywood (abridged) in Rohnert Park and St. Louis, premiered it at Pittsburgh Public Theatre, and tours it along with Comedy (abridged), Sports (abridged), Books (abridged), Bible (abridged) and America (abridged). Other regional theaters he’s worked with include: Plasticene, Steppenwolf, Second City, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Goodman, Westport Country Playhouse, Beaver Creek Theatre Festival, Madison Repertory, Chicago Shakespeare, Next, A Red Orchid, Apple Tree TYA, Mary-Arrchie, Griffin, Raven, Prop, Defiant, First Folio Shakespeare Festival, Lost Angeles Theatre and Odyssey Theatre Ensemble. Film/TV credits include: Martian American (Best Actor — Glendale International Film Festival, Best Actor in a Short — Los Angeles Comedy Festival), Stealth, I Am He, Nothing in Los Angeles, A Voodoo Possession, Another Stupid Day, The Interview (Best Actor in a Short — Chicago Comedy Film Festival, also co-writer/producer), April, Saturday, Shades of Hope, Fiona’s Fortune, The Roaring Twenties, Zombie Holocaust and You! and Fiasco. Web series: Broken Dreams Boulevard, The Family Curse, Red Scare and The Best Friend (also co-wrote three episodes; Won LAWebfest Award — “Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series” and nominated for IAWTV Award — “Best Writing in a Comedy”). (more…)