Chelsea Lang as Shannon
Chelsea has been a member of Flat Tire since 2018, and has appeared in past productions such as Twins of Gillygate (2019), Enjoy Your Stay (2019), and 20th Century Art (2022). She is also a voiceover artist and filmmaker, and her latest short film, 'Til The World Ends, can be found in her Instagram bio.
Addin Rudd as Don
Adin Rudd is a professional actor and comedian, best known for his voice roles in various video games and animated television series, including Beelzebub in "Granblue Fantasy Versus", Lysandre in "Pokemon Evolutions", Archie in "Pokemon Masters EX", the Gallant Player Character in "Tiny Tina's Wonderlands", Kun Jun in "Genshin Impact", Hawke in "Advance Wars", and Scrapface in "Transformers: War for Cybertron", as well as roles in "One Piece", "Monster Hunter Rise", "Fire Emblem", "MapleStory", "Smite", "Paladins", and many more.
Jayme Mantos as Princess
Jayme is a Los Angeles-based stage, film and voice actor who also writes and produces projects through her production company Elpida Productions. She can recently be seen/heard starring as Ella in the animated film "Ella and the Little Sorcerer", and as Stephanie and Penny in the award-winning short films "Matches" & "Friends Like These".
James Butler as Prince
James is excited to be returning with Flat Tire Theater Company in this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival, after having been part of the 2022 festival's production of 20th Century Art where he played David Bowie and James Whale.
Joy Bhowmicl as Swing
Joy Bhowmick, new to L.A. and excited to be part of the Hollywood Fringe Fest, is an actress/filmmaker whose work includes productions in Atlanta’s theatre scene and at Oglethorpe University (Tartuffe, Our Country’s Good, Fefu and Her Friends, Big Love, MOXIE, Asian Voices), and she has also been part of many commercials and indie films in the Southeast region. Some of her favorite things are animals, enjoying a sunny day and exploring the experiences of first generation South Asian Americans through her art.
Lindsay Kelly (Writer/Marketing Director/ Co-Director)
Lindsay Kelly is a theatre maker from Texas who has had contributed to over six Flat Tire productions, including “Boy Girl Party,” the “Women’s Showcase” and “Twins of Gillygate.” In addition to plays, Lindsay has written filmed shorts, including “Ghosted” which won Best Comedy at Festigious International Film Festival, the Silver Award for Best Comedy Short at the Independent Shorts Awards and was selected for the 2022 UCLA Film Festival.
Paige Brown (Producer/Co-Director)
Paige is a longtime theatre lover and is excited to be putting up a third show for 2023 Hollywood Fringe with the Flat Tire Theater Company! This year Paige played dual roles of directing and producing this years show Stuck with Lindsay Kelly and Ian Price. With an insanely talented cast, Paige is proud to add Stuck to her directing credits and thanks her yorkie, Jefferson and her husband Drew for always being an awesome unofficial crew member!
Ian Price (Producer/Co-Director)
Ian Price has been producing and acting in the Hollywood Fringe since 2017, and is proud to be presenting “Stuck” to you all, as the cast and crew have put a lot of really hard work into making this play work. After seeing this show, if you’d like to see him on stage, he encourages you to check out “Raise your Hand from the Dead” over at the Broadwater Black Box.
Stage Manager – Emma Toureau
Artistic Director – Sarah Marcum Reyes
Development Director – Amanda Lloyd
Finance Director – Jon Lloyd
Networking Director – Michael Reyes
Ridecart Design – Carter Baker
Poster Design / Illustration – Keith Read
Carter Baker, Keith Read, Jenna Niehl, Amanda Lloyd, Eric Moore, Drew Hull, Tom Vohasek, Vinny Scalise, Laurel Coleman, Sarah Marcum Reyes, Michael Reyes, Jon Lloyd, the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs
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Next from Flat Tire:
“The House in the French Quarter: A Phantasmagoria” by Tom Vohasek
Premiering this Fall
"Stuck" is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.