Michael Pemberton Michael Pemberton (King Gary)
Will be returning for his third season as Malcom (The Intimidating Man) on the hit FX series “Damages”. Also, this winter he will be seen in the upcoming Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) feature film “Brooklyn’s Finest” Starring Ethan Hawke, Richard Gere, and Don Cheadle. He can also be seen in the award winning indie films: “Children of Invention”, “Ice Grill USA”, and “The Pack”. Television credits include: “The Sopranos” “Law & Order,” “L&O SVU”, “L&O-Criminal Intent,”, “Kidnapped,” “New Amsterdam,” and “OZ.” On stage credits include over 50 productions including: Broadway: “The Farnsworth Invention,” “I’m Not Rappaport,” “Not About Nightingales,” “Picnic,” and “Hedda Gabler.” Off-Broadway: “Outward Bound” (Drama Desk Nom), “Dinner With Friends,” “Saturday Night,” “You Never Can Tell,” “Bingo.” Regional: LaJolla Playhouse, Wilma Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse, Williamstown Theater Festival, O’Neill Festival, Portland Center Stage, GeVa Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare, George Street Playhouse. He is an accomplished songwriter and V/O artist. He is proud of his association with this group of hilarious All’S FAIREians. He does not juggle fire.
Trevor Jones (Sir Kent) After several appearances in off-broadway theatre and shows such as “Law and Order SVU,” Trevor moved to Los Angeles to join Tegan Summer Productions. He has produced several features, winning 3 best picture awards; several shorts, commercials, and music videos (2 awards for best short film); and is currently developing 3 television pilots and 2 feature films. Trevor is happy to be back doing what he loves… wearing comical facial hair, and being funny. He can further be seen in this capacity as Jesus, in the “Dawghaus” music video for “Biblically Yours.”
Letitia Lange Letitia Lange (Princess Cindy) is a graduate of the MFA program at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and received her BA from Pennsylvania State University. She has worked on the National Tour of “Doubt,” Off-Broadway at The Irish Repertory Theatre and The Mint Theater Company, as well as regionally. She has also appeared on “Guiding Light” on a few occasions, and even did a scene once with Robert Bogue! She loved working on “All’s Faire” and was really happy to get the chance to work with a wonderful group of people on a hilariously fun project.
Joe Thompson Joe Thompson (Squire Ben) is a singer/songwriter/actor/bartender living and breathing in the great City of New York. Television credits: “The Late Show With David Letterman,” “Bartender Wars.” New York acting credits include: Off-Broadway- “Two Brother’s Who Are Not Brothers;” Off-Off Broadway- “My Heart Split in Two,” “The Maguffin?,” “Seeing Stars.” As a singer-songwriter, Joe Thompson can be seen all by his lonesome or leading his rollicking backing band, The Comfortable Catastrophe, in New York City’s premiere (and not so premiere) clubs including: The Living Room, Rockwood Music Hall, The Bitter End, The Knitting Factory, Rodeo Bar and The Red Lion. Joe is excited to announce the release of his second album, titled “Yankee Twang,” at the beginning of the upcoming year. Listen and follow at Cheers.
Bob McClure Bob McClure (Creator, Writer, Co-Producer, Ian the Wizard) Actor, Pickle maker, and Writer, Bob splits his time between Brooklyn and Detroit. Represented commercially by Abrams Artists he most recently he shot a spot for Verizon and has appeared in commercials for Staples, Time Warner and Quizno’s, among others. Additionally, he has worked in theater performing at The Kennedy Center, The Guthrie Theater, Arena Stage, and many more. He is also the co- owner of McClure’s Pickles alongside his brother Joe. All’s Faire has been a long- term project for he and Thom and is happy to have worked with an amazing group to make it happen.
Mike Still Mike Still (Magnus the Celtic Warrior) is an actor based out of New York City. He is a performer and teacher at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Mike is a member of UCBT’s National Touring Company, as well as the house improv team “Badman.” Mike is a founding member of the sketch troupe “A Week of Kindness,” which has performed across the country and internationally at SketchfestNYC, Seattle and Toronto. Mike is also a member of the esteemed musical improv troupe, “Baby Wants Candy.” You may have also seen Mike enthusiastically hawking products on TV, each of which he stands behind with his life. Mike is a graduate of Penn State University. Find out more about Mike at
Maryll Botula Maryll Botula (Ploppy the Mud Wench) is a performer, voice-over artist, some-time puppeteer and budding bassist. Off-off : June in Marisol (City Attic Theatre), Dominque in Psych (Tongue in Cheek) Windy in Tornado (Interart Theatre). Regional: Young Playwright’s Festival (CityTheatre), Sketchbook5 (Collaboraction) Various ensemble roles including-skeletons, nurses, old men and a dirt eating corporate drone in numerous spectacle productions with Redmoon Theater in Chicago.
Jeff Skowron Jeff Skowron (Pippin the Minstrel) plays Ryan in Dinosaur Diorama’s “The Burg,” and Greg in “Greg and Donny,” which he co-created and wrote with Matt Yeager. FILM: “New York City Serenade,” “The Narrows,” “How to Seduce Difficult Women,” “The Good Shepherd,” “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints,” “Premium,” “Chapter 27.” TV: All “Law and Order(s),” “Mary and Rhoda.” BROADWAY: “Enron” (2010), “The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “High Society,” “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” and the workshop of “The Boy From Oz” (Chris Bell opposite Hugh Jackman). OFF BROADWAY: “Debbie Does Dallas,” “Zombie Prom.”
Thom Woodley Thom Woodley (Creator, Writer, Director, Producer, Composer, Bobbin the Minstrel) is a writer, filmmaker, musician and web video pioneer headquartered in Brooklyn. With his partners he helped usher in the web video revolution with the launch of the hipster comedy The Burg, one of the first scripted and professionally produced web series. That was followed by The All-For-Nots, a docudramedy about an indie rock band on tour, executive produced by Michael Eisner. In the meantime, Dinosaur Diorama has become one of the top online production companies (according to the Hollywood Reporter). He is a multiple Webby and Streamy Award nominee, and has won the Cannes Lion and Effie Awards for his work as the writer behind Dos Equis’ The Most Interesting Man in the World campaign. He also co-created Violet Elysia Woodley, the critically acclaimed two year old. Thom first wrote All’s Faire in 2004 as a screenplay with Bob McClure, and he’s ecstatic to see it come to life online.
Josephine Rose Roberts Josephine Rose Roberts (Art Direction, Editor Nora the Tavern Whore) Broadway: “How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” 2006 & 2007, TV: PBS’ “The Electric Company,” Nat’l Tours: “Cats 25th Anniversary,” (Rumpleteazer), “How The Grinch Stole Christmas!,” Broadway L.A. 2009.
Matt Yeager Matt Yeager (Writer, Supervising Editor, Producer, Web, Smokey the Blacksmith) is a writer, performer, and Partner of Dinosaur Diorama Productions. He Co-wrote and performed in “The Burg,” one of the first successful sitcoms on the internet, and wrote for “The All-For-Nots,” a co-production with Michael Eisner’s Vuguru. Most recently, he and Jeff Skowron created “Greg & Donny,” which if you haven’t seen, you really should watch at
David Chase David Chase (Sir Drederick of Allentown) is a graduate of DeSales University in Center Valley, PA and currently holds degrees in Theatre and Philosophy. (He is pursuing Master’s work in computers.) This eccentric, eclectic man is overjoyed to have had the chance to work Dinosaur Diorama and hopes for the opportunity to do so in the future. Other ongoing projects currently include producing and acting in several student films in the DeSales University Film department with which he has strong ties. He also enjoys horse-back riding, writing, hiking and is a professed bibliophile.
Rolls Andre (Sheriff Roland) (Theatre NYC) Mexico – “The Lighting Technician,” “Good Girls Bad Writers” – Security Officer, “Mistral” – The Smudgeman, “Raised Awareness” – Ralph. (Film) “Waiting for Maggio,” (TV) “AC’s Corner” (unsold MTV pilot) – writer/actor. (V/O) Rockstar Games’ “Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost and the Damned.” Rolls has an MFA in Acting from the National Theatre Conservatory.
Mandy Bruno Mandy Bruno (Melinda Feigenbaum)
received an Emmy nomination for her role of Marina Cooper in the CBS Soap Opera “Guiding Light,” a place she called home for the last five and a half years. Broadway credits include Eponine in the revival of “Les Miserables” and Renee/Louise in Patti LuPone’s “Gypsy.” Off Broadway she was see as Justine in “Frankenstein.” Favorite regional credits include Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” (Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera), Faith in “Kindertransport” (CATCO) and Nurse One/Mrs. Walker in “Tommy” (Portland Rep.). When not working she spends her days trying on wigs at various stores in Manhattan in her mighty existential quest of “Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here?”
Ken Triwush Ken Triwush (Sir Craig the Stout-Hearted)
Ken is pleased as hell to be making his (pg-13) web debut with “All’s Faire.” Born in Cleveland, Ohio raised in Beavercreek and a proud New Yorker since 1986 (what?!)…Ken has had the great good fortune to do a ton of theatre all over the place: from St. Louis to Seoul and from Avignon to Asheville. Broadway too and some Off-Broadway. A little bit of TV (“Law & Order”s) and a couple films. He writes as well, and is currently developing a sitcom and, yes, a musical. Ken resides, with his lovely wife Dana, in the area she affectionately refers to as “the Upper White Side”. Huzzah!
Robert Bogue Robert Bogue (Sir Robert Bogue) just completed a four year run as Detective A.C. Mallet on the “Guiding Light.” He has also made several television appearances on hit series including “Sex and the City,” “The Sopranos,” “Ed,” “The Education of Max Bickford” and “Third Watch.” He also played the recurring role of Jason Cramer on HBO’s “Oz.” He can be seen recently in such independent films as “The Last International Playboy,” “Poundcake,” and “The Good Guy.”Bogue also co-produced and appeared in the feature film “Backseat,” which received the Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival and was released in theaters in the spring of 2008. On stage, Bogue has appeared on Broadway in “Three Sisters” and in the Olivier Award winning production of “Burning Blue” in London’s West End. Bogue is also one of the original co-founding members of the New Group Theater Company. A native of Kentucky, Bogue now splits time between homes in New York and Pennsylvania. He is the proud father of Zebulon, age 6 and Zoe, age 4. He is also proud of having been a part of the cast that got “Guiding Light” cancelled after 72 years.

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