Director: Sun King Davis
Amie Cazel (X-1) is excited to be joining the fabulous R.U.X. folks. She appeared in Sanyasi at last summer’s Capital Fringe Festival. Other recent credits include Olive in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Workhouse Arts Center) and Hopa Tropa Kukerica (Ambassador Theater). You can currently catch Amie playing Mary Pickersgill in Broad Stripes and Bright Stars at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. She’s a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. www.amiecazel.com
Aubri O’Connor (Callie) is a producer and company member in Nu Sass Productions. You may have seen her in their previous productions of Priscilla Dreams the Answer, Cavers, Art, or Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. Aubri is so excited she gets to reprise the role of Callie with R.U.X., and would like to thank Sun King and Maurice for the opportunity. And for not making her be a sexbot. And while we’re thanking people she needs to thank her Dad, her hem (they get it), and her handler for getting her here.
Momo Nakamura (Hoshi/Dr. Takahashi) is thrilled to be a sexbot in this amazing team! Last Fringe, she was an assassin in Captain Freedom (Landless Theatre Company). She’s also a regular at Hope Operas. Recent credits include Shelly in Evil Dead the musical (Landless), Jun in Boeing Boeing (MET), Samaritan Project (Spotlight UB). She’s a member of SAG-AFTRA.
Adam R. Adkins (Gary Stator) has been working in professional theater for nearly a decade and is thrilled to reprise his role of Gary in R.U.X. He has acted in such shows as Into The Woods: In Concert (Nu Sass), Love Me: Why Everyone Hates Actors (DC Capital Fringe Festival 2011), Capsmittment (Active Cultures Theater) and Rumors (Community Players of Salisbury). He has also worked backstage on shows such as Gianni Schicchi (Georgetown Theater Company), The Madman and the Nun & Under the Shadow of Wings (Ambassador Theater) and Cooking With The Calamari Sisters (Downstairs Cabaret Theater). Make sure to visit www.adamradkins.com for more information on his upcoming projects, including Stop Kiss withSilver Spring Stage. He also wishes to thank his family and friends for their constant love and support, and a special thanks to the original cast & crew of R.U.X. for introducing him to such a great show.