About The Show
“A stylish psychological thriller predicated on the idea that the person closet to you may in fact be a complete stranger.” - LA Times
By Amy Herzog
Directed by Jesse Jou
Young Americans Zack and Abby have the perfect ex-pat life in Paris: a funky bohemian apartment in an up-and-coming Belleville, a stable marriage, and Zack’s noble mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby finds Zack at home one afternoon when he’s supposed to be at work, the questions and answers that follow shake the foundation of their seemingly beautiful life.
Contains mature language and themes consistent with psychological thrillers.
DREAA KAY BAUDY is a New Orleans native, who is excited to perform in the FSU/Asolo Conservatory season. Besides a passion for theatre, Dreaa Kay is a plant-lover and a cat mom. Some of her credits include Intimate Apparel and The Yellow Wallpaper. She looks forward to making art with her classmates and sharing it with the Sarasota community.
ZOYA MARTIN is a second year student at the FSU/Asolo Conservatory. She is thrilled to be working with such remarkable artists and creators. Her favorite roles include Scout from the West Coast Premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s To Kill a Mockingbird, and Elizabeth in The Crucible. Zoya has appreciated the innovative ways theatre has remained alive during the pandemic, and is grateful to participate in the return of live theatre.
PETER RAIMONDO is a second-year student with the FSU/Asolo Conservatory. He is from Buffalo, NY, and holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Niagara University. Favorite credits: The Outsiders (Ponyboy), Hamlet (Rosencrantz), The Tempest (Ferdinand) and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip Tolentino). Peter is thrilled to be on the journey back to live theatre with his cohort members, and is grateful for the love and support of his family and friends.
JERALD WHEAT is ecstatic to be returning to live theatre. He was last seen on stage at the Los Angeles Hudson theatre in Purpose & Freedom. Jerald would like to thank the faculty and administration for their dedication to the students’ growth as artists; the production crew; his cohort, with which he is honored to share the stage; and his mother and siblings for their love, support, and sacrifice, that allow him to pursue his dream.
In the News
- The FSU/Asolo Conservatory Presents BELLEVILLE (BroadwayWorld)
- Asolo Conservatory actors watch marriage unravel in Amy Herzog’s ‘Belleville’ (Sarasota Herald-Tribune)