Logan recently returned to his PianoFight family after a two year sabbatical to his Ohio roots. Logan is deliriously happy to be back in San Francisco and vows to never be without theater again.
Rand began acting at the age of 12 in Columbia, South Carolina starting off mostly in theatre but then quickly moving on to local commercials and then to television shows and films. Notable acting credits include roles in Dawson's Creek, One Tree Hill, Now and Then and Cherry Falls. An avid film maker, Rand has an acute interest in anything celluloid. Rand was part of the original "Pulp" cast, and is thrilled to be returning for the show's Off-Market revival.
is a transplant to the Bay Area. A former dancer and dance teacher, she relocated to Northern California to further her acting studies and work with Bay Area theater companies. Christy was in the Fringe premiere of "Pulp," and is returning not only to reprise her original roles, but to take the reins as director.
fun-lovin', wily member of the SF State Theatre department. She has just returned from India where she studied Yoga and Kathakali in "God's Own Country". Her recent SF theatre credits include: "Machinal", "Beyond Therapy", and "Crimes of the Heart". She is so happy she finally gets to play the ugly girl...
Maya has studied extensively with the Jean Shelton Acting Lab, one of the best small acting schools in the country. She has enjoyed many community theatre roles -- Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest, Diana in California Suite, Fanny in Painting Churches, Maggie in Shadow Box and Lotte in Lettice & Lovage to name some favorites. More recently focused on film, Maya has participated in a number of student films, several of which have been exceptional, as is Daphne or the Forbidden Touch, which is a prize-winning short. She recently had a major part in the independent sci-fi feature film, The Awakened, currently in post-production (trailer at theawakenedmovie.com). Also shot the Halloween episode of Trauma (Masquerade) which aired on October 26. Teachers of note have been Jean Shelton, Gregg Snazelle and Richard Seyd.
John Mercer welcomes the return of Pulp Scripture after it's
award-winning run at the SF Fringe Fesival. He works in theatres throughout the Bay Area, but makes his home with the Shotgun Players, Berkeley, where he is a company member. He has appeared there as Henry Carr (Travesties); Alec (Owners); Gloucester (King Lear); Father (Blood Wedding); Crofts (Mrs. Warren's Profession); Duncan (Macbeth);
Tom (Skylight) and in the readings of Coast of Utopia. He was last seen
as Chebutykin in Porchlight's production of Chekhov's 3 Sisters. In
Spring 2010 he will play Ben in Emily Mann's Seagull in the Hamptons at
Shotgun's Ashby Stage.
is an award-winning playwright, recovering screenwriter and library school drop-out. He has several world premieres this season: In addition to "Pulp Scripture," his brain transplantation comedy "The Afterlife of the Mind" is currently enjoying its premiere run (www.viragotheatre.org). Bill's paranoid drama/comedy “The Position,” commissioned by PianoFight
when Bill won their play contest ShortLived 2.0, will premiere at the
Off-Market Theaters in January. He was one of only twelve Bay Area playwrights chosen in 2008 for Theatre Bay Area/TheatreWorks Playwrights Showcase and has been a finalist for the Heideman Award in the National Ten-minute Play Contest. His plays have been featured in the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Off-Market Theatre, San Francisco Fringe Festival and New Writers/New Works. He has participated in the Will Dunne Dramatic Writing Workshop since 2001, is a member of the Monday Night Playwrights Group (www.mondaynightgroup.net) and the Dramatists Guild.