ART DIRECTOR | SHADOW PERFORMER
PLAYWRIGHT | THE QUEEN
Frank Del Corral
Amanda Page Walker
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Cara is
a theatre artist currently based out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she resides with her husband and pet rabbit. For more info, visit:
"Edinburgh Fringe has long been a dream for me and I can't believe it is actually happening! Together with my sister we are producing this passion project, creating jobs for our friends, and catapulting all our careers onto a worldwide stage." - Cara
Chet Monday is an Actor and Political Organizer from Dallas, TX. He graduated from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts as a member of the theatre conservatory, and has been acting on the stage and screen since age 6. He is very excited to be joining this cast for a groundbreaking premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!
Hannah Glenn is a financial professional from Austin, TX. Though she works a typical 9 to 5 during the week, she ultimately feels energized and inspired by the arts. That’s why she couldn’t be more excited to be a part of a production that will premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!
Frank Del Corral is the creative director of Mint Dentistry and currently lives in Dallas, TX. His love for acting and improv has led him to attend classes at the Groundlings Theatre and Dallas Comedy House. Frank enjoys sleeping and traveling, and sleeping while traveling. He is also a retired wedding photographer that gladly took all the photos for Glass Slipper Show.
Follow him on Instagram: @frankdelcorral
Anastasia Munoz is a native Dallasite and a professional theatre artist. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of Arts Mission Oak Cliff- an artist co-working, education, and performance center in a restored historic church in Winnetka Heights. Check it out- @artsmission. She is an actor, director, producer, choreographer, writer, designer, innovator, teacher, and local arts visionary. She has worked with the Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas, Theatre 3, Undermain Theatre, Watertower Theater, Stage West, Amphibian Productions, Casa Manana, Ochre House, Dallas Children's Theater, and Drama Club. She played Stacy in the feature film, Stacy has a Thing for Black Guys based on the play of the same name, by Ruben Carrazana. She is currently the Drama Teacher at Cistercian Preparatory School. She and her husband live on the edge of the Trinity Forest in Pleasant Grove with their toddler, Marlow and super creative teen, Tara. Anastasia has been a part of many projects she is proud of but her true claim to fame is her multiple anime voiceover credits. For real. Check out her Wikipedia. Or just see other day to day magic- follow her @anastasiatheadventurer.
Ali graduated with a BFA in theatre from the University of the Arts before going on to study, teach, and compete in Ballroom dance. By day, Ali supports and promotes family programming at the Milwaukee Art Museum as the Kohl’s Art Generation Community Relations Coordinator. By night, she combines her two passions, theatre and dance, as choreographer for such productions as Next Act Theatre’s Blood at the Root, Windfall Theatre’s productions of Celebration, By Jeeves, and City of Angels, and Theater Red’s Bonny Anne Bonny, in which she played the title role. Favorite roles include Countess Almaviva in Figaro, Elena in Uncle Vanya, and Katherine in Taming of the Shrew.
Jennifer is thrilled to make her Fringe debut in Cara Johnston's brilliant play! She is an actor, director, and writer from Wisconsin whose acting credits include American Players Theatre; the Utah, Notre Dame, and Flagstaff Shakespeare Festivals; Forward Theater; Third Avenue Playhouse; Children's Theater of Madison; Lyric Repertory Company; and others. She also plays viola and violin.
Vive la révolution!