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Meet The Ensemble

Andrew Benvenuti

Andrew Benvenuti: The Wandering Theatre Company: The Laramie Project (NYC & D.C.), The Trial of Mrs. Surratt. Other New York Theater Credits: Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (Off-Broadway) Brunhilde in An Avalanche of Tenors (Off-Broadway). Owl in 100 Aker Wood. Dr. Frankenfurfer in Rocky Horror. Regional Credits include: The Litttle Dog Laughed, Zanna, Don't!, Hair, and Damn Yankees!. Andrew is a proud member of the Wandering Theatre Company.

Carol Copper

Carol Copper is excited to be a part of the New York production of The Wandering Theater’s performance of The Laramie Project. She recently performed in the successful award winning Capital Fringe 2017 production. Carol also appeared as Rachel Semus in The Wandering Theater’s performance of The Trial of Mary Surratt performed during Capital Fringe 2016. She has appeared off Broadway in M’Sai Productions Sons of Johnny Johnson and recently in the Urban World award winning short film Curiosities of the Quiet Boy. Amongst her favorite roles: Elizabeth in The Old Settlers and Billie Holiday in I’m black when I’m singing and blue when I ain’t – a role where she could display her singing and dancing talents. 

Adam Riggs

Adam Riggs is very excited and thankful to be a part of such an amazing ensemble. Now a residence of Brooklyn he studied and graduated with a BFA in Commercial Dance from Pace University. Previous credits include, Chris Crawford in “Christmas with the Crawford’s” at the Abron Center to Choreographing for the New York City Fringe Festival. Honestly happy to be working with the Wandering Theatre company to tell the story of Laramie and hope you enjoy. Thanks to the director Natalie Zito and my family who accepts, loves, and supports me.


Anni Epstein

Anni Epstein is an actor, writer, and voice teacher living in Manhattan. She is a 2016 graduate of The Boston Conservatory. Favorite theater credits include: Cyclops: a Satyr Play (American Repertory Theater: Oberon), America is Hard to See (with Drama Desk Nominated Life Jacket Theater Company), The Sonnets (Robert Moss Theater), and Cordelia in King Lear (Seven Stages Shakespeare). Anni can be seen on camera as Karen in the Lifetime Original pilot The Real SVU (airing in March), and stars as Rachel in the independent hybrid length feature No Really, It's Fine (Spinster Films). For additional info: anni-epstein.com 

Danny Grumich

Wandering debut! NY credits: A Piece of My Heart (American Men); What's In Alaska? (Jack). Regional: Carousel (Billy Bigelow); Oklahoma (Jud Fry); Frozen (Ralph Wantage); Play It Again, Sam (Dick Christie). World premieres: Josiah for President (Mark Stedman); The Man With The Glass Heart (Victor). TV: The Mysteries of Laura(NBC). Danny has also appeared in commercials for Budweiser and Doritos. Thanks to Natalie and TWTC for the opportunity and to friends and family for their unwavering support!

Brittany Halls

Brittany was most recently seen in her one-woman show, Brittany Loves Lucy, as part of the Solocom Festival at The Pit.  She regularly performs with her improv team, Snapshirt (Winner of UCB’s Indie Cage Match) and holds a BFA in Acting from Emerson College.

David Hentz

David is a graduate of the University of Arizona’s Acting Program. His recent NYC credits include Merry Wives of Windsor (Hamlet Isn’t Dead), Ionesco’s Rhinoceros (Red Monkey Theatre Group), Conversations We Could Have Had (NYC Theatre Festival), and Platonov (Columbia University Stages). Check him out at www.david-hentz.com

Craig Jameson

Craig Jameson is a South African born actor, living in New York. He is very excited to be back with The Wandering Theatre Company in The Laramie Project Cycle. Apart from the ensemble, he has thoroughly enjoyed working in and with the Viewpoints Technique. Craig is a passionate, young actor and is excited to learn and improve in his craft - he is currently being trained in the Meisner technique, at “The Actors Gym”, lead by Jacob Mirer. Additionally, you can see Craig in “Paradiso”, an escape-room experience in Manhattan.

Harris Elizabeth King

Harris is thrilled to be returning to The Laramie Project for a second time! Past credits include A Match Remade in Heaven at The Secret Theater, Nativity in the City with Italytime Theater, and two regional tours of One Night and Four Hearts with Equalogy, Inc. Film: The New Roommate (Maggie) and The Family Robinson (Georgia) as well as several commercial credits. She graduated from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2015. More at harriselizabethking.com.

Kendra McNulty

Kendra McNulty is a comedic and dramatic actor. She graduated from the American University in 2016 with a Bachelor Art's degree in Theatre Performance.  This is her second time performing with The Wandering Theatre Company and she could not be more thrilled to be working with a talented ensemble that she considers her family.  Kendra has acted in various theatrical productions and film projects since graduating college.  Nothing excites Kendra more than working with a collaborative team of likeminded artist who strive to highlight humanity in its most authentic light.

John Squires

John Squires is so happy to wander back to Laramie for the third time having been part of The Wandering Theatre Company’s D.C. and NYC productions.  Most recently seen as John the Witchboy in Dark of the Moon at the Sherman Playhouse, Matt “aka Pig Pen” in Dog Sees God and Keith Burgess in Stage Door both at the John Bourne Theater and in “Safe Spaces” with The Gallery Players. John is based in Brooklyn where he owns and runs local doggy hotspot Wag Club (www.wagclubny.com).  This performance is dedicated to all the outcasts, misfits and anyone who has ever been bullied because of it. The world is not beautiful without you.