Projects Created by Ronnie Larsen
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Projects Produced by Ronnie Larsen
Marah Lieberman (Anastasia Steele) is a Actress, Singer, and Activist. This Native South Floridian began studying theater and voice at the age of 10. She performs children’s entertainment throughout South Florida with Silly Sally’s Entertainment including bubble shows, magic shows, puppetry, face painting and balloons. She is also a current member of Skitsations, one of South Florida’s longest running sketch comedy troupes. After taking a 10 year hiatus from theater Marah has been slowly coming back into the scene over the past few years. You can catch her in a episode of The Food Networks "Mystery Diners", or in a few newspaper stories from South Florida's protests. Marah is having a blast working on this play and spreading some puppet anarchy throughout South Florida.
Anton Simone (Christian Grey) is a SAG eligible actor who began acting in 2012, first appearing as an extra in the movie Rock of Ages. He then went on to pursue acting studies, and thereafter began performing in stage plays and musicals, and has appeared in numerous student and indie films. He is also a licensed massage therapist and enjoys the freedom this career choice allows him to pursue his passion of acting. Anton has taken on many different roles from Police Officer to Kidnapper. He is a dedicated actor, and his background in psychology has deepened his understanding of human motivation and action, and aids him as he delves into the lives and minds of his characters.
Troy J. Stanley (Tennsington, Inner Goddess, Grace) Troy is delighted to release his Inner Goddess. Recently, Troy has played Belle's father, Maurice in The Wick Theatre's production of Beauty and the Beast. This year also saw him in Slow Burn Theatre Company's Titanic (Isador Straus) and Big River (Pap Finn). Other roles/shows include Perfect Arrangement (Sunderson) and Who Killed Joan Crawford?(Harvey) for Island City Stage, 1776 (McKean/Hewes) for Palm Beach Dramaworks, The Rothschilds (Metternich) for Broward Stage Door, and multiple shows at The Wick Theatre including La Cage aux Folles (Dindon), Man of La Mancha (Governor) and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Erronious). Troy is married to his wonderful husband, Michael, and together they are raising a four month old feline ball of furry terror named Nova.
Andrea Terrasa (Kate, Carla May, Andrea) is a professional actress, dancer, and radio artist interested in people, stories, and the evolving human condition. A recent graduate of the University of Florida with degrees in Telecommunications and Dance, Andrea is elated to be performing in her first South Florida production. She would like to thank Mami, Tita, Sarah, and Yaya for their overwhelming support and Ronnie for this wonderful opportunity to play. She’s ecstatic to be a part of such a hilarious production with a wonderful cast and crew. To keep up with Andrea’s adventures and work visit: www.AndreaTerrasa.com
The Phoenix hit comes to Ft. Lauderdale July 20th!
“50 Shades of Felt” is based on an unnamed book that was turned into a movie of some renown… and yet it’s remains unlike anything you’ve ever seen. There are fornicating felties, mixed with bits of puppet anarchy in this irreverent, quirky, and innovative tale deemed mostly appropriate for mature audiences with immature tastes. Even though it dives into fur and felt and all things soft, there’s nothing soft about those naughty whips now, are there? Is this one for kids? Not just no, but hell no. Leave them at home and come get FELT up. You deserve it.