Nick is very excited to be making his Interrobang debut. He was most recently seen in Dating & Dragons at The Factory and London Wall at Griffin Theatre. Other Chicago credits include Season Pass and King Ubu (The Plagiarists), Motel 666 (WildClaw), Hesperia and Titus Andronicus (Right Brain Project), Dracula (Building Stage), Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Filament Theatre Ensemble), and Five Flights (Immediate Theatre). Nick holds a BA in Theatre from Truman State University, and is proud to be represented by the lovely ladies at Shirley Hamilton. He wants to thank his friends and, most importantly his family, for their undying love and support of his vast dreams.
TRISTIN HALL, Lisa
Tristin Hall is currently a Junior at Columbia College majoring in Musical Theatre and minoring in Stage Combat. Credits include: The Nerd (Tansy), Crimes of the Heart (Meg) at Matchbook Theatre, Carrie and Francine (Carrie) at Haven Theatre. At Columbia: Bridal Dance (Deb), Love and Information (ensemble).
AMY JOHNSON, Tami
Amy Johnson is honored to be working on Falling and thrilled to be making her debut with Interrobang Theatre. She received her MFA from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Her most recent stage work was in Twin Set with The Side Project, where she is a proud associate member. Acting credits with various Chicago companies include: Historical Perspectives for Children, The Ex-Pats, Steep Theatre, Victory Gardens, and others. She is looking forward to the upcoming independent film release of The Year That Changed Us, in which she has a supporting role. Film clips, history, and new projects can be seen at amyjeanjohnson.com. Thank you Jim for the opportunity, and many thanks to my family for their patience and support.
HEIDI KATZ, Grammy Sue
Heidi has appeared in Piven Theatre Workshop’s Ivanov and The Good Doctor, in The Wild Duck (Halcyon Theatre). She has also worked with Northlight Theatre, Polarity Ensemble Theatre, and Silk Road Rising. Thanks to Jim Yost and !nterrobang for the chance to join the Martin family in Falling, and to everyone here.
JUSTIN TSATSA, Josh
Justin is thrilled to be working with Interrobang. An Idaho native, Justin moved to Chicago after receiving his BFA from the University of Utah. Previous theatre credits include: The Irish Curse (U/S Joseph), Aero-Plane (Raul) at The Chicago Fringe Festival, Metamorphoses (Midas/Vertumnus), A Flea in Her Ear (Dr. Finache), ‘Tis Pity She's a Whore (Giovanni), and A Few Good Men (Corporal Dunn). Thank you Mom, Pap & Bekah; to you I owe the world.