Things I Know To Be True


Jordan Baker


recently appeared in Steven Spielberg’s The Post opposite Meryl Streep and the Netflix film The Land of Steady Habits opposite Ben Mendelsohn. She is best known for creating the role of “C” in Edward Albee’s 1994 Pulitzer Prizewinning play Three Tall Women and for her work in Tennessee Williams’ Suddenly Last Summer on Broadway (Theatre World Award, Best Debut). Regionally: Luna Gale (The Goodman – original cast), Appropriate (Humana Festival) and Native Gardens (Denver Center). Television: The New Adventures of Old Christine (recurring), Blue Bloods, The Good Wife and The Americans. Film: Escape from L.A., Paparazzi, Love Potion #9 and City Hall. Jordan is graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AA), Smith College (BA) and Rutgers University – Mason Gross School of the Arts (MFA).

Kelley Faulkner


previously appeared in Arizona Theatre Company and Milwaukee Repertory Theatre’s co-production as Curley’s Wife in Of Mice and Men. Favorites include Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, Mollie in The Mousetrap, Nurse Kelly in Harvey, Brooke in Noises Off, Evelyn Nesbit in Ragtime, Sally Bowles in Cabaret and the title role in Always… Patsy Cline (Milwaukee Rep). Other work: Optimist Theatre, TheatreFest, Walnut Street Theatre, Fireside Theatre and the New York City Opera. BFA in Acting from Montclair State University. Kelley is a native New Yorker by way of Philadelphia and now happily resides in Milwaukee. She is a proud member and national council member of Actors’ Equity Association. www.KelleyFaulkner.com

Zach Fifer


is an Indianapolis native, Zach is currently based in New York. A few of his favorite credits include Twelfth Night (Pioneer Theatre), If On A Winter’s Night… (The Tank) and Lord of the Flies (Carnegie Mellon). He can also be seen around the film festival circuit in Lucy’s Tale (Chelsea Lupkin Productions) and Dominant Species (Joseph Sackett Films). Many thanks to Jeremy Katz and The Katz Company, Paul Reisman, Robyn Rosen and the whole team at Abrams Artists, and Mark Clements and the entire Things I Know To Be True family! Endless love to Maggie Harry and the Fifer family for their never ending support! Zach is a recent alum of Carnegie Mellon University. IG: @zachfife.

Bill Geisslinger


recently appeared at Arizona Theater Company in Native Gardens and South Coast Rep in the world premiere of A Doll’s House, Part 2. As an acting company member at Oregon Shakespeare Festival for 25 years, he participated in more than 70 productions, most recently in August: Osage County and Ghost Light (world premiere). Other credits include Continental Divide (OSF, Berkeley Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, UK and Barbican Center, London-world premiere) and X’s and O’s (Berkeley Rep, Baltimore Center Stage-world premiere). He also has performed at the Old Globe Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Intiman Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company and Virginia Stage Company. TV/film credits include Grimm, Cheers, St. Elsewhere, News Radio, Nowhere Man, Dead by Sunset, A Thousand Heroes, Imaginary Crimes and American Playhouse: The Skin of Our Teeth.

Aubyn Heglie


Is pleased as punch to make her professional debut with Things I Know To Be True. A recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, Aubyn is a cofounder of The Bellwether Project, a socioSpoliticallyminded collaborative theatre/film company; their recent projects include a web series available on YouTube, and an upcoming piece in Project Y’s NYC Women in Theatre Festival. Aubyn is immensely thankful for the Oregon village that raised her, the CMU community, the Bellwether team, and her endlessly supportive and creative family. IG: @aubynh.

Kevin Kantor


Kevin (they /them) is a non-binary actor and performance poet. Selected credits: Macbeth (Actors Theatre of Louisville, dir. Les Waters) The Legend of Georgia McBride (B Street Theatre and Hippodrome Theatre) Othello, Twelfth Night, Sense and Sensibility (Island Shakespeare Festival), And Humbaba Came From… by Jen Silverman (Iowa New Play Festival). As a poet, Kevin’s writing has been featured in Button Poetry, Teen Vogue and The Huffington Post, with over 17 million online views. Kevin was featured alongside Lady Gaga during her 2016 Oscars performance and worked as a content supervisor and contributor on John Ridley’s ABC drama American Crime. Their collections include Endowing Vegetables With Too Much Meaning and Please Come Off Book. Kevin is an alumnus of the Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Professional Training Company. @Kevin_Kantor

Creative Team

Andrew Bovell


Mark Clements


Julia Rhoads

Stage Movement Director

Scott Davis

Scenic Designer

Rachel Laritz

Costume Designer

Jesse Klug

Lighting Designer

Joe Cerqua

Original Composition and Sound Designer

Eva Breneman

Voice & Text Coach

Brent Hazelton


Frank Honts

Casting Director

Dale Brown

New York Casting

Jose Galvan

Assistant Director

Glenn Bruner

Production Stage Manager

Emma DeVore

Assistant Stage Manager