Ronnie Clark is a southern California native. After receiving his BA from Humboldt State University, he completed his MFA in Acting from California Institute of the Arts where he was first introduced to and worked with many of his Ghost Road compadres. Previous credits with GRC include: Orestes/Agamemnon in Home Siege Home, Caliban in The Tempest, and Clotaldo in Sigismund in addition to conceiving/directing Ghost Road’s production of Stranger Things. He has also performed at A Noise Within, Theatricum Botanicum, and Moving Arts, in addition to five seasons with the Arizona Shakespeare Festival in Prescott, Arizona. In his spare time, he sleeps and dreams of having spare time.
A producer, actor and director, Kimberly earned her Los Angeles theatre chops as a member of the Moving Arts theatre company, where she discovered a love for new work — producing, directing and acting in numerous world premiere productions and leading the company as its Artistic Director from 2002 to 2005. Kimberly produced the world premiere of EM Lewis’ Song of Extinction, the inaugural production of [Inside] the Ford’s Winter Partnership Program that went on to win the LA Weekly Award for Best Production of 2008. She has been involved since 2009 in the site-specific theatre experience, The Car Plays. As an actor, she appeared in The Car Play All Dressed Up With Nowhere to Go, performing the piece 50 times over four day; she directed Blindspot and PCH; and in 2011 and 2012 produced The Car Plays: L.A. Stories, The Car Plays at Segerstrom Center for the Arts and The Car Plays: San Diego (La Jolla Playhouse). She produced The Mystery of Irma Vep (LA Weekly nominee for Best Revival 2009) and Ghost Road’s world premiere production, Stranger Things. Kimberly is the Productions Marketing Manager at the Ford Theatres/LA County Arts Commission. An Ohio native, Kimberly graduated from Otterbein College, with a BFA in performance theatre.
Jen Kays is a Los Angeles based actress, painter and the Associate Artistic Director for Circle X Theatre Co. Jen has performed with Ghost Road on The Bargain and the Butterfly and Asterion and helped develop both those pieces. Jen also toured with the ensemble to Poland in 2013.
Katharine Noon is the artistic director of the Ghost Road Company. A partial list of her Director/Conceiver credits includes Asterion at The Getty Villa and a subsequent workshop presentation at Atwater Village Theatre (2016). In 2015 a commission from the Polish Consulate in Los Angeles and the Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw to direct A Couple of Poor Polish-Speaking Romanians by Dorota Maslowska at the Lillian Theatre in Los Angeles. The Bargain and the Butterfly that performed at South Coast Repertory Theatre in 2014, Kommuna Warsawa in Warsaw in 2013 and premiered in Los Angeles at Artworks in 2013. Pantofelnik’s Suitcase by Malgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk was staged at Atwater Village Theatre in 2011 and toured to the Korczak Festival in Warsaw in 2013. Stranger Things (collaborator/performer) premiered at the Ko Festival in Amherst and AVT in Los Angeles in 2011. Home Siege Home, an adaptation of the Oresteia in 3 parts (conceiver/director) performed at NaCl (New York), Arcata Playhouse, Getty Villa and [Inside] the Ford in 2008/2009. Other work includes Orestes Remembered: The Fury Project, Powerhouse Theatre and Fury Factory Festival in San Francisco. The company has made numerous trips to Poland to collaborate with companies such as Studium Teatralne and most recently Teatr ZAR. Katharine is also the recipient of the Lee Melville Award for contribution to Los Angeles Theatre and is a Professor in the Theatre Department at Loyola Marymount University.
Mark Seldis is Producing Director of The Ghost Road Company with whom he co-created and directed the workshop productions of Excavate the Monster at 24th Street Theatre and Duck[t] Tape Soup at Shakespeare Festival/LA and the Diavolo space. Mark also produced the tour of Clyt at Home to Amherst, MA, the various incarnations of Ghost Road’s Four Dervishes, the ensemble’s Oresteia adaptation (including Orestes Remembered, Elektra, and Home Siege Home) and Stranger Things (with Kim Glann ) in Los Angeles and on tour. In 2007, on behalf of Ghost Road he helped coordinate the Los Angeles productions of Suzan-Lori Parks’ 365 Plays/365 Days and co-directed Ghost Road’s week of the play. He has directed world premieres of two of Ken Urban’s plays (Absence of Weather for Moving Arts at LATC in 2005 and Nibbler for Theatre of NOTE in 2009) and he directed one of The Car Plays for Moving Arts. Recently, Mark directed one of the FLASH Theatre plays (written by Tom Jacobson and performed in a cemetery) for Playwright’s Arena. In 1999 Seldis co-founded The Edge of the World Theatre Festival and in 2000 co-created the L.A. History Project for Edgefest. He is a recipient of the Lee Melville Award for Excellence in Los Angeles Theater.
Originally from Portland, Oregon, Brian has been working as an actor/developer with Ghost Road since 1995. He is honored to have helped bring to life numerous productions including Asterion, The Bargain & the Butterfly, Stranger Things, Home Siege Home, Orestes Remembered: The Fury Project, Elektra, Four Dervishes, Carrots for Hare, Sigismund and the workshops for the upcoming The Jocasta Project and Duc[t] Tape Soup. Mr. Weir has also been seen in several LA premieres including Zanna Don’t! (LADCC award, Ovation Nomination), Floyd Collins, Big: the Musical, The Sweetest Swing in Baseball (all for West Coast Ensemble), The Break Up Notebook (Hudson), Infinite Black Suitcase, The Car Plays (Moving Arts), Mommy Mommy The Musical Musical (Hudson), The Memorandum (Odyssey), All Soul’s Trilogy (Playwright’s Arena), Sleeping With the Ambassador (Collage Dance Theatre), and the original LA production of What’s Wrong with Angry (Celebration – GLAAD Nomination). After receiving his MFA from CalARTS he founded the improv company Those Meddling Kids !@#$ with seven amazing colleagues. Brian’s done a little bit of film and a little of TV . . . but it’s the theatre he loves. He feels blessed to have found an artistic home with such an inspiring and talented group of artists.
Doug is a grateful member of the Los Angeles theater community. Doug has performed with Ghost Road in Stranger Things, The Bargain and the Butterfly, and Asterion and helped develop all of those pieces. Doug also toured with the ensemble to Amherst in 2011 and Poland in 2013.
LA theatre highlights include John Lang’s Desire, Circle X’s The Brothers Karamazov, Eurydice, Flu Season, The Good Book of Pedantry and Wonder and Ghost Road Company’s Stranger Things. Doug also does voice over work and mentors, writes and directs with the Virginia Ave. Project. Film and television highlights: Criminal Minds, Hide&Seek, Significant Others, Scrubs & Bones. . .
Adam Dlugolecki has been a part of the Los Angeles theatre scene for most of his life. A founder of Scherzo Theatre Company and a 10+ year company member of the Knightsbridge Theatre Company, as well as appearing with such companies as West Coast Ensemble, Actor’s Co-op, and Ray Bradbury’s Pandemonium Theatre Company, Adam has enjoyed his theatre career thus far. Working on Ghost Road Company’s Asterion (from workshop to performance) was a welcome adventure for him. Both onstage and offstage credits line his resume, including actor, director, and designer. He is constantly searching for better, unique, and engaging ways to tell the stories of the human experience by exploring the infinite possibilities that a blank stage can offer.
GHOST ROAD COMPANY ASSOCIATE MEMBERS:
Andrew M. Lia
Ensemble members emeritus
Christel Joy Johnson
Ron Wingate Jr.