Lauryn Morgan Thomas
Revivalist
Lauryn Morgan Thomas is delighted to join the Revivalists in United! Previous credits include: Truth & Confessions (Standing Ovations, original cast), Spelling Bee, Nine, Midsummer, and Avenue Q (Univ. of Pittsburgh Stages), and Lightyears Away From You (Univ. of Pittsburgh Stages) which she devised and performed as a solo show. See her in the upcoming production of Ragtime with Sketch Club Players! BPhil Theatre Arts, University of Pittsburgh.
Samantha Ricchiuti
Revivalist
Samantha Ricchiuti is thrilled to be joining the cast of United! Some of Sam's recent work includes The Jungle Book and Strega Nona (both with Family Stages), Christmas By Candlelight (The Candlelight Theatre) and Sweeney Todd (Broadway Theatre of Pitman). Recent TV/Film: A Crime to Remember (Investigation Discovery), Madam Secretary (CBS), and Bull (CBS). Thanks to everyone who made this production possible. Thanks also to mom and dad for always supporting me. Love you always! Follow Sam on twitter and instagram @SamRicchiuti or www.samantharicchiuti.com
KC Von Camper
Revivalist
Kaelem Von Camper is excited to do his first Philly Fringe show! Coming fresh into the world of Philly theater, Kaelem graduated from Temple University in May with a B.A. in theater. His credits include Dog Sees God as CB, The Colored Museum as Walter Lee and The Kid, Our Town as Howie Newsome, and more.
Skip Robinson
Revivalist
Skip Robinson is an actor, singer, and musician based out of Asbury Park, NJ. Having been a part of the hit musical Million Dollar Quartet for two years, Skip completed the 2015-2016 North American Tour of the show playing Elvis Presley. He has also performed contiguous regional productions of Million Dollar Quartet across the country, playing Johnny Cash. He is thrilled to be performing in the Philly Fringe Festival with UNITED, working with mentors Ben Smallen and Michael Borton. Skip has worked with both Ben and Michael previously on shows Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Lawrence Jameson) and Is He Dead? (Jean-François Millet) while attending La Salle University, where he graduated in 2015 with a degree in Communication. Skip would like to thank his family, girlfriend, and friends for their tremendous support and encouragement.
Tom England
Revivalist
Tom England is an actor, playwright, and producer in Philadelphia since 2012. Tom began performing in Philadelphia in La Salle University’s The Masque. Tom has since received training from Philadelphia Improv Theater and PlayPenn Education. Tom also manages and produces content for the YouTube channel Lambert Strong Productions. Recent projects: Mr. Lockhardt (Take Ten Festival NYC – nominated Best Play), The Ride (2016 Campus Movie Fest – award – Jury Award), Curtains (La Salle University), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (La Salle University), The Last Liquidation (2015 Campus Movie Fest – award – Jury Award), The Drowsy Chaperone (La Salle University), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Cerre Players).
Caitlin Collins
Revivalist
Kit Collins is a Philadelphia-based theatre artist. Recent credits include: The Witch of Edmonton (Quintessence Theatre's Elemental Recitations series), Sabbatical (UArts/Pig Iron School), Macbeth (Shoe Box Company), and Hagoromo (Noh Training Project). MFA Devised Performance, University of the Arts/Pig Iron School.
Michael Borton
Revivalist/Musical Director
Michael Borton is a local composer, music director, performer and educator. He has performed with the Walnut Street Theatre, Arden Theatre, 11th Hour, Theatre Horizon, Opera Delaware and Central City Opera Company. He has composed for the Walnut Street Theatre family productions and has Berenstain Bears - Family Matters on national tour. Michael is currently the music director at Waldron Mercy Academy.
Meghan Skiles
Revivalist
Meghan Skiles is thrilled to join the Revivalists in United. She recently graduated from La Salle University and is excited to be performing as a part of the Philly theatre community for the first time. Recent credits include Little Women, Curtains, Is He Dead?, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with the Masque of La Salle University.
Ben Smallen
Revivalist/Director
Ben Smallen (MA, Theatre – Villanova; BFA Acting - Syracuse) has been working as a director, actor, and teacher in Philadelphia since 2002. Highlights include: Wendy & Peter (World Premiere 2014 Fringe), Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? (Philadelphia Premiere 2010 Fringe), Mr. Lockhardt (Take Ten Festival NYC 2017 – award: Best Director), Rocky Horror Show (Penn Players 2011), Pasek and Paul’s Edges: A Song Cycle (Philadelphia Premiere 2012 Fringe). Companies include: PTC, The Arden, Delaware Theatre Company, 1812 Productions, Act 2 Playhouse, Montgomery Theatre, University of Pennsylvania and LaSalle University. Ben is a founding member of Directors Gathering (www.directorsgathering.org).