Luis F. Soto is an award-winning TV and film director whose many credits include The Vietnam War Story: The Last Outpost for HBO,
The House of Ramon Iglesia for the PBS American Playhouse, as well as episodic TV for Universal, MGM, USA Network, and Telemundo. Born in Hatillo, Puerto Rico, he graduated with a Master of Arts from the State University of New York, and was awarded the Purple Heart for his combat service in Vietnam.
Jamie Marsh was in the original Broadway cast of Lost in Yonkers.
He has guest-starred on The X-Files, ER, and NYPD Blue. His commercial credits include M&M’S, Bud Lite, AT&T, and Volkswagen. He is also a 20-year member of the Actors Studio.
Beege Barkette works extensively in TV, film, and theatre. Her next project: Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard. Upcoming film work includes Starting Out in the Evening by Chelsea Gilmore. She recently completed her recurring TV role in The Whole Truth and in the film In Confidence. She is a member of the Actors Studio.
Julie Janney played Geraldine Page in James Dean for TNT, directed by Mark Rydell. She performed in the national tour of
of Damn Yankees, sang in numerous reviews Irving Berlin, Jerry Herman and Frank Loesser. Off-Broadway regional work includes The Philanderer at South Coast Rep, Fiorello at La Mama, and Vox Humana at Playwrights Horizons. Film: Forget Me Not, Scream 3, Sleepless in Seattle. TV: The Practice, Will and Grace. A member of the Actors Studio, Julie teaches acting at Columbia College, Hollywood.
Chris Jordan fell off the back of a U-Haul trailer when he was five and decided to become an actor (Because of the resulting brain damage he was not eligible for much else). You may remember him for his outstanding performance opposite Luke Perry in 90201 (wearing his Italian wife-beater at the time.) He was last seen in Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser, an Actors Studio project. He is overjoyed to be in the Festival’s production of Muggsy. He brags “Beege, Jamie, Julie and Luis are a joy to work with. And that is what theatre is all about.”
What if that which you identify with suddenly disappeared? In (IM)PERFEKT, Jannica takes us on a journey of exploring and uncovering that which we think we are, have to be and maybe, ultimately aren’t.