Scarlett Abrams (she/her) is an actor, singer, and aerialist who is currently based in Louisiana. She has recently graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a concentration in Performance and a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Management. Previous production credits include LSU main stage’s Our Town written by Thornton Wilder. Her aerial performances include self-choreographed pieces for LSU Fall Fest and final performances within the class. Scarlett plans to continue her aerial and acting training post-graduation and hopes to gain employment in these areas. She is excited to perform in her first Fringe Festival as it is also her first show abroad.
Madison Antrainer is a twenty year old actor, dancer, singer, and aerialist. She is currently a third year student at Louisiana State University studying Theatre with a concentration in Performance, with a minor in dance. Along with being a full time student, she also coaches gymnastics at LA Gold in Baton Rouge. She is originally from Mandeville, Louisiana but hopes to someday live in NYC as a performer. She was last seen as a member of the dance ensemble in Theatre Baton Rouge’s production of Sweet Charity (written by Neil Simon,) as well as Audrey in 30byNinety’s production of Little Shop of Horrors (written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman). She loves musical theatre, (especially anything with a tap number) and has just began her journey into aerial silks. Her favorite quote to live by is “If you can’t laugh at yourself, call me! I’ll laugh at you.” -Unknown
Matthew Bardin, originally a native of Central Florida, is currently based in Baton Rouge, and has written music for large ensembles, chamber groups, voice, solo instruments, and electronics. He holds a Master of Music from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and a Bachelor of Music from Stetson University. Matthew is currently working towards a Ph.D in Experimental Music & Digital Media from Louisiana State University. His works are often performed by student soloists and groups. He also has served as the 2021 Composer in Residence of the University Presbyterian Church in Baton Rouge, LA.
Matthew currently teaches courses Audio Production, Digital Storytelling, and Creative Programming to local dual enrollment students through the LSU STEM Pathways Program, and has written a large portion of the programming course textbook. Currently, Matthew is working on his doctoral dissertation, Cyberinet: Integrated, Semi-Modular Sensor Interface for Computer-Augmented Clarinet, to be completed in 2023.
For any more information about Matthew, his teaching, or his music, please check out either his website or his Youtube page.
Lani Daniels, originally from Orange, Texas and currently based out of Baton Rouge. She is a 22 year old who has danced for 20 years and been an aerialist for 4 years. Lani graduated in May from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management and a minor in Physical Theatre.
Lani received her training in dance at Thayer Dance Academy and being on the competitive dance team for 12 years doing acrobatics, contemporary, ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and pointe.
After our Scotland trip, Lani is moving to Denver, Colorado to start her career with E. & J. Gallo Winery and plans to still perform aerial silks and dance on the weekends with Frequent Flyers. She is super excited for the opportunities to continue to perform!
Katherine Elam is an American actor, multi-disciplinary artist and researcher focusing on the intersections of performance and neuroscience. They began their professional career in 2016 as a model in New Orleans before moving to New York City where they signed with MMG Model and Talent agency. While studying film and television at St. John’s University, Elam further honed her production skills working on set for shows on CBS and Netflix. After appearing in her first independent film, Elam returned to school at Louisiana State University where she completed an Interdisciplinary degree in French, Psychology, Communication Studies and Screen Arts. Elam is also an accomplished photographer, painter and creative director. She and her work have been featured on local news stations and in publications including Not Just A Label and Vogue Italia. View her work at katherineelam.com
Chance Fillastre is a junior at LSU in the Music and Dramatic Arts Department and is currently seeking a major in Film and Television. At LSU, he has previously appeared in the plays Circle Mirror Transformation and Too Much Light Makes the Baby go Blind. He has also performed previously in the Fringe Festival in 2018, when he played Reverend Parris in The Crucible. He has worked hard over the past summer and is excited to present you with the show.
Chloe Fontenot is a Sophomore Theatre (performance) major with a psychology minor. A previous production includes LSU’s Private Stories in Public Places: “Bloom Girl”. This is her debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is happy to be a part of Dream Logos and performing with this talented group of people.
Arden Forrand is a senior Theatre Performance major. Previous production credits include LSU’s Lab Series shows of Other Desert Cities (Polly Wyeth) and The Moors (Moorhen). She also originated the role of Jean in God Gun!- an original work by a colleague as a thesis project. Although straight acting dominates her life, she has a deep love for physical theatre and is grateful for this opportunity to continue her exploration. She feels honored to be making her Fringe debut in an original work.
Laryn Green was born & raised in Shreveport, La . Laryn graduated from Louisiana State University in fall 2020 with a BA in theatre. During her time at LSU she trained in aerial arts and was a member of LSU’s dance ensemble . She also danced professionally for 2 years as a Saintsation for the New Orleans Saints . Currently Laryn resides in Shreveport, La and is attending Eastern Oregon University as a health and human performance online student. She also is a personal trainer and a coach to two dance teams in Shreveport. Laryn is so excited to be able to be part of Dream Logos and to work with such a talented group.
Kate Landry (Associate Lighting Designer) is a rising senior Theatre Technology and Design major and History minor. Previous credits include Swine Palace's production of Sweat, LSU Mainstage’s The Wolves, the 2022 LSU Dance and Physical Theatre Showcase, and God Gun!
John Heraty is a recent graduate from Louisiana State University where he received a Bachelor in the Arts, concentrating on Theatre: Film and Television and minoring in Screen Arts. His previous credits include two productions of LSU's Musical Theatre Club's Singeaux (a musical revue) in 2019 and 2022 and LSU School of Theatre's production of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. Other productions include The Music Man (Charlie Cowell) and Godspell. In this production, John wrote the opening "swimming eye" sequence and assisted in filming visuals for the show. He is excited to perform for and engage with people from different parts of the world.
Liz LeBlanc is a junior Theatre (theatre studies) major and an English minor. Liz was previously a performer in LSU UTA’s Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind and in LSU School of Theatre’s Bloom Girl. She has also directed UTA’s staged reading of Circle Mirror Transformation, assistant directed the staged reading of Dog Sees God and was lighting designer for LSU’s Lab Series’ Other Desert Cities. She is so excited to be performing again and hopes you have an amazing time seeing Dream Logos. @lizleblan
Dalton Major is an actor, dancer, and model currently based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dalton recently graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Theatre and Creative Writing from Louisiana State University. Previous theatre credits include Other Desert Cities, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, An Act of God, and Macbeth. They look forward to continuing to develop their craft and hope to take on more exciting artistic ventures. Dalton would like to give special appreciation to the incredibly talented and immensely kind cast and crew of Dream Logos.
Greta Marionneaux is a 20 year old dancer. She is a rising junior at Louisiana State University (LSU), and she is studying Business Entrepreneurship with a minor in Physical Theater. This is her first show with LSU and she is looking forward to performing in Edinburgh.
Nicholas Russo is a recent graduate from Louisiana State University where he received a Bachelor in the Arts, concentrating in Theatre Studies and minoring in English. His previous credits include LSU School of Theatre’s productions of Other Desert Cities (Lyman) God Gun (Scott), and Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. Other Productions include Anything Goes (Moonface Martin) and Godspell. Nicholas has been performing Improvisation for 3 years and served as LSU’s Improv Club President for 1 year. In this production, he wrote and directed the Spider’s Web dream sequence. He is thrilled to bring his theatre passion to another part of the world and hopes to never stop.
Zoë Springfloat is a 21 year old actor, dancer, and aerialist who is currently based in New Orleans. She has recently graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a concentration in Performance, and she attended the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts in high school for Drama. She received her classical ballet training from Giacobbe Academy of Dance in New Orleans and has recently begun aerial silks training. Her pervious acting credits include LSU Mainstage Productions of The Wolves written by Sarah DeLappe and Brooklyn Bridge written by Melissa James Gibson. She performed aerial silks at the LSU Physical Theatre Showcase, and she continues to perform annually in Delta Festival Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker. She is beyond excited to be participating in the Fringe Festival!
Sarah Statham is a Theatre (design and technology) major and a History minor at LSU. Previous production credits include the LSU Swine Palace’s Sweat (SM) the LSU Dance and Physical Theatre showcase (ASM), and LSU UTA’s staged reading of Circle Mirror Transformation (SM). Sarah was also a co-director and performer in LSU UTA’s staged reading of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. Sarah made her first appearance at the Fringe Festival in 2018 with the AHSTF in The Crucible (Abigail Williams). She is happy to be back stage managing for Dream Logos and hopes you enjoy this awesome group of performers.
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Ty Tippett is a current student at LSU studying theatre with a concentration in performance. He began performing in high school, and aspires to become a professional actor. This show marks his return to the stage after over two years of absence.
Christine Wiggins is a comedian, socialite, entertainer, philosopher, and diva. She is a rising senior at LSU studying theatre with a concentration in performance and a minor in philosophy. This is her first performance with LSU and she’s very excited to bring this show to Edinburgh!