ROGUES

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JOVANE CAAMAÑO

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Jovane Caamaño is a DFW-based actor who has worked with multiple professional theatres in the area, including Amphibian Stage Productions, Undermain Theatre, Second Thought Theatre, Stage West Theatre, Theatre Three, and Circle Theatre. He earned a B.F.A. in Theatre from Texas Christian University, and is also a dialect coach. Otherwise, he works as an educator with Story Stage in Fort Worth, is learning how to knit, and has recently been listening to lots of Björk, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, and Clock Opera. (He/Him)

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CAMERON CASEY

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Cameron Casey is a Dallas-based actor, painter, writer, and musician. Regional credits include Lipstick, Space Girl, and Bridges: LGBTQ Then and Now (Flexible Grey Theatre Co.), City Dionysia (GIANT Entertainment), Suckers (Imprint Theatreworks), and The Guinea Pig. They also perform regularly with ¡No Se! and Death With Benefits as part of the Alternative Comedy Theater. Check them out at camerongcasey.com and @cameronthecasey on Instagram. (They/Them)

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CODY DRY

Guest Co-Host, Music Director, Rogue

Cody Dry has just recently moved back to Dallas from New York City, where he served as a music director, accompanist, and vocal coach. He worked on Broadway with Book of Mormon, Off-Broadway on Maltby and Shire's Baby (starring Tony Award-winning Alice Ripley), numerous new works and cabarets, traveled the country and Central America with the Broadway Star Project, served as adjunct faculty at the Hartt School of Music, and won the hearts of several squirrels in Central Park. Now that the pandemic has forced him to return to his home city, you can usually find Cody standing upright, staring at a wall, very much like at the end of the Blair Witch Project. (He/Him)

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COURTNEY DYAMOND

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Courtney Dyamond has been an actress and orator since the age of 8. She studied theater performance at Virginia Commonwealth University and made her Dallas Debut as Crystal in Cristy Williams’ The Worst Kept Secret. She has been in productions such as The Colored Museum (Miss Pat) and A Raisin in the Sun (Beneatha Younger). Courtney has received National and State awards for competitive public speaking and poetry recitation. Along with acting Courtney’s passions include bartending and hospitality. She is best known in the Hospitality industry for giving the best service in DFW. Bartender by trade and Actress by right Courtney Dyamond gives every project her all! (She/Her)

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LAUREN FLOYD

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A Texas native, Lauren is a recent graduate from Southern Methodist University with a BFA in theatre (acting specialization). Currently a Dallas-based actor in theatre and film, she’s thrilled to be joining the Writer Wrong Rogues! Her past credits include: Hilde in The Lady from the Sea (Undermain Theater), Margot Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank, Ophelia and Gertrude in Hamlet, Sasha Berringer in The Book of Job, Anger Friend in Everything Will Be Fine (Prism Movement Company) and Marlow Sharpe in The Other Felix (Echo Theatre). Outside of acting, Lauren works as the executive assistant and social media manager for Echo Theatre. She also loves painting, volunteering with arts organizations, and having fun with loved ones. (She/Her)

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LINDSEY HALL

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Lindsey Hall is a sign language interpreter who also happens to have a BA in theatrical performance from the University of North Texas.  She serves as co-Artistic Director for Sundown Collaborative Theatre, a 501(c)3 non-profit theatre based out of Denton, TX.  She has performed in and produced several shows with the company, and recently conceived and guided a devised piece called Love Stories (a working title).  She also serves as standby makeup designer for any shows involving injuries/gore, and can occasionally be found standing over a bubbling pot of delicious, edible blood. (She/Her)

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MORGAN HILLAN

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Morgan Hillan was born and raised in Dallas TX where he has followed a number of pursuits artistic and technological. While attending UNT for Theatre Arts he became a year one member and eventual Board President of Sundown Collaborative Theatre. With Sundown he racked up credits Producing a myriad of shows, Directing Raised In Captivity, Assistant Directing Women and Wallace, Lighting Design for Macbeth, and performing in Fool For Love and Symphony No 0. Morgan was last heard lending his mellifluous voice talents to the Out Of the Loop production of Cody Lucas’ Sweet Chariot. When he isn’t toiling away for a mega corporation he is spending time with his ten chickens, four goats, two cats, dog, children, and spouse. (He/Him)

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KRIS KELLY

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Kris Kelly is a life-long writer, sporadic blogger, former TV producer, voice-over (and occasional on-camera) actor from the Detroit area. She’s a member of Playwrights @ Work, a group dedicated to developing new theatrical works.  She’s a new member of the Artistic Board of Directors for Birmingham Village Players and has been on the Board of Directors for Deaf Community Advocacy Network for over 20 years. Kris received numerous awards throughout her 40-year television career culminating with her induction into the Silver Circle, one of the highest honors given by the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences recognizing television professionals for over 25 years of distinguished service to the industry. (She/Her)

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JON MURRELL

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Metro Detroit based father, artist, drummer, gamer, and dachshund lover. Host of The Midwest Game Nerds Podcast, and self-proclaimed sandwich expert, Jon finds comfort in a plethora of creative outlets and a general lack of dietary restraint. (He/Him)

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MINDY NEUENDORFF

Guest Co-Host, Rogue

Mindy Neuendorff has been acting for screen and stage in Dallas for 7 years. She regularly records walla (background voices) for dubbed anime series released through FUNimation. When she isn't performing, she enjoys directing, choreographing, and teaching dance to her peers and students. Recently, she co-founded a production company, and is excited to expand upon her storytelling tools. (She/Her)

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BRADFORD REILLY

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Bradford Reilly hails from Indianapolis, IN, and is brand new to the Dallas area. Holding a BFA in Acting from Ball State University, Bradford has performed on stage extensively in the Indianapolis area with roles ranging from Aristophanes to Shakespeare to Chekhov to new work by new playwrights. He is excited to team up with Writer Wrong to perform in The Griwerrtones! (He/Him)

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AMBER ROSSI STRASSER

Guest Co-host, Rogue

Originally from South Carolina, Amber is a recent graduate of SMU where she received her BFA in Acting. Her recent Dallas Credits include The Wolves and A Christmas Carol (DTC), Madame Bovary (Undermain), and Spring Awakening (SMU). While she isn't acting, she enjoys spending time with her Fiancé, Hunter, their cat, Sebastian, and new corgi puppy, Ferris. (She/Her)

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EVAN MICHAEL WOODS

Social Media Manager, Rogue

Evan Michael Woods is excited to be working with Writer Wrong! Evan works as a theatre artist in DFW as an actor and photographer with companies like the Dallas Theater Center, Second Thought Theatre, Stage West Theatre, Watertower Theatre, Shakespeare Dallas, and more. Evan is represented by the Kim Dawson Agency for the North Texas region. (He/Him)