Meet Natalie, Charlie’s niece and the most-sought after comic shop girl at “Chekhov’s Guns and Collectibles”. She is smart, witty and can keep up with even the most elite of the customers. Natalie is played by NMTC member Jessica Rae.
Jessica Rae studied Theatre Performance at The University of Northern Iowa and joined NMTC in 2011 as an ensemble member and costume go-to girl. She is extremely excited to be playing in this One-Act festival with so many other talented individuals, and to be on the stage again! She would like to thank all of her friends and family for their ongoing love and support in her passion for the theatre. Finally, thanks to Stage 773 for putting up this great festival.
Meet Victor, our handsome gentleman who has come to ask Natalie for her hand in marriage in NMTC’s upcoming show The Proposal. He has cleaned up his act, is living a wealthy life, but deep down he is still that awkward, asthmatic kid from next door.
Victor is played by NMTC member Alex B. Reynolds.
Alex Reynolds was first introduced to New Millennium Theatre Company in 2008. He has appeared as Iggy Pop in “The David Bowie Hepzikat Funky Velvet Flarney Solstice Spectacular Live…From Space!”, Gygax the Destroyer in “Scott Janus: Monster Hunter,” and Sam Elliott in “Crazy For Swayze.” He wishes to thank his fellow NMTC members for all their love and support.
Charlie is the misanthropic owner of “Chekhov’s Gun Comics and Collectibles” in NMTC’s upcoming production of The Proposal. Although years of owning a struggling shop have worn on him, he still has a glimmer of hope and joy when you get him talking about the wonderful world of comics. He is being played by NMTC Adam “Roz” Rosowicz.
Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Adam Rosowicz, or simply “Roz” as he is more commonly known,stepped into the Quantum Leap accelerator and vanished… He woke to find himself as a member of New Millennium Theatre Company, facing mirror images that were not his own, and driven by an unknown force to change late night theatre for the better. His only guide on this journey is Al, an observer from his own time, who appears in the form of a wheelchair that only Roz can use and perform from. And so now Roz finds himself leaping from show to show, striving to play right what once went wrong, and hoping each time that his next show will be the leap home…