Robyn Scrivener (Martha)- Robyn is excited to be participating in her third Fringe Festival. She last appeared as Belle in Bitches of the Kingdom in 2011, and as Emma in Intermission in 2004. Love and thanks to the cast and crew of I’m Saving It For Paul!
John Reid Adams (Paul McCartney)- After years of being told he looks like John Lennon it seemed almost inevitable that Adams would assume the role of… Paul McCartney. Huh? Anyway, John is delighted to show his love for the Fab Four by being in this delightful show. He made his Fringe debut last year in the geek-chic romantic comedy The Supporting Cast. He has been a frequent guest at Theatre Downtown and was most recently seen in Prelude To A Kiss as Peter Hoskins. John can also be seen online in his acclaimed Fan Film Doctor Who: A Survivor’s Triangle.
Tabitha Rox (Aunt Sadie)- Originally from Ohio, Tabitha has been involved with community theater for over 20 years. This is Tabitha’s second performance in Orlando’s Fringe Festival. Currently, she serves as Artistic Director for Thriller Theater of Central Florida.
Anthony R. Smith (Max/John Lennon/Sound Designer)- Anthony is making his debut as an actor at this year’s Fringe but his first Fringe was in 2009 as a sound designer for Barroom Philosophers (also in the Red Venue). He stepped in as sound designer for I’m Saving It For Paul and his work can also be heard in the Yellow Venue this year in PB&J’s Sport.
Clare Ghezzi (Jojo/Ensemble)- Clare is a resident ensemble member at Art’s Sake Acting Studio. She’s recently been seen in The Heidi Chronicles at Mad Cow, Tony & Tina’s Wedding in Orlando or many of the Play De Luna’s at Art’s Sake. She would like to thank Nicole and she is proud to be part of such an amazing cast in this fun show. Clare would like to give a shout-out to Bouncers at the Yellow Venue- check out her friends!
Melissa Cooper (Loretta/Ensemble)- Melissa is a senior at Rollins College. She will be graduating in a matter of weeks. Congratulations, Melissa! Melissa recently labored to costume Love’s Labors Lost at Rollins. Nicole has previously had the pleasure of working with Melissa in The Chubby Chase, where she portrayed Claudia. Nicole is deeply grateful to Julia Gagne for recommending Melissa for the part.
Lyn Adams (Stage Manager/Ensemble/Gal Friday)- This marks Lyn’s debut in Fringe and on the Orlando stage. A costumer and model, she has worked in entertainment events for seven years. Lyn is super excited to be part of this wonderful production!
Nicole Antonia Carson (Playwright/Director)- In addition to acting, singing and writing Nicole considers herself to be an amateur Beatles historian. She’s been Fringing on and off since 2000. Nicole would like to thank her amazing cast and crew for being good people and amazingly talented artists. Nicole’s debut novel Sons of Roland has recently been published and she co-authored Annie Todd the Demon Orphan of Fleet Street, which is playing next door in the Pink Venue. Please read her book and see Annie Todd. Nicole would like to thank her family (human and canine). Special thanks to Brett P, who functions as Nicole’s editor, dialect coach, chauffeur, husband and occasional dishwasher.