boisterous eremite.

Journalist Neil Patterson is held captive by militants in Palestine. Somehow, he and his wife Emily begin communicating on the astral plane; when a folk-singer-turned-prophet camps out in Emily’s apartment claiming to know a way to bring Neil home, and Neil himself then seems to return out of thin air, Emily must turn to her husband’s lover to help discern truth from fiction, as her wildest hopes become a nightmare.


text by Sergei Burbank | direction by Josie McAdam

presented by Oracle Theatre Inc

at the Theatre at Cap21 | July 24 - Aug 4


Wednesdays - Saturdays @ 7:30p | Sundays @ 1:30p

All's Fair (Six Western)

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Born in Fort Collins, Colorado, Hannah was raised with an appreciation for nature, a fierce loyalty to the CSU Rams, and a love for Fat Tire beer. Always been a city girl at heart, she dreamed of living in New York City. In 2009 she made those dreams a reality, moving to NY to study at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts: School of Film and TV. Since then Hannah's acted and stage managed in plays and readings across the city, graced indie and student film sets, narrated three audiobooks, joined two production companies (BOO-Arts Productions and A Red Lipped Rebellion), and helped create a guerrilla filmmaking company, Flash Filmmaking.


Didrik is a Swedish American actor, composer and storyteller based out of Brooklyn, NY.  He is a graduate of NYU Tisch Drama where he attended the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, The Experimental Theatre Wing and Stonestreet Studios.  Didrik has also studied and worked with programs such as Dramaten, in Stockholm, Stratford Canada, Geva Theatre Center and Vassar Powerhouse.  This will be Didrik's first performance with Oracle Theatre Inc and at Cap21. He is excited at the opportunity to delve into Six Western alongside the cast and crew. Recent credits include Recent performances include Shakespeare's Measure for Measure (Tisch Drama StageWorks) Cassandra Sachs-Michael’s A House (ETW), and Robert Wilson’s workshop of Zinnias (Montclair University).  Under the name Hnossa, Didrik has explored a blending of storytelling, movement and vocal acrobatics. Hnossa has received warm reception in both Rochester and New York. Website:


Emily is an award-winning audiobook narrator, voiceover artist, actor, singer, dancer, and choreographer. Her voiceover career includes corporate training and advertisement, description for animated television series for the visually impaired, character voices for animated film and television, eLearning, and commercial work. She began her voiceover work dubbing for film and television in Southeast Asia, where she resided, although her training as a performing artist began in her native Los Angeles, California. Awards include Audiofile’s April 2013 Earphones Award for narration of GULP by Mary Roach, the 2009 Tristen Award for Best Actress as Sally Bowles in CABARET, and the 2006 Roselyn E. Schneider Prize for Creative Achievement. Emily holds a degree from the University of California, Berkeley in Dance and Performance Studies, with a minor in Nutritional Sciences. When not in the studio or on stage, Emily is a yoga teacher with a focus on holistic approaches to health. She also teaches dance and fitness to children and seniors for non-profit organizations in New York City. Website:


Giverny grew up in San Diego, California. She moved across the country to attend Boston University, where she received her BFA in Acting with a minor in Art History in 2006. She has studied theatre at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and the British American Dramatics Academy (BADA). Giverny currently lives in Brooklyn where aside from acting, she sometimes teaches yoga, and often makes and sells many a crafty item. Website:


Patrick is an actor, writer, and producer based in New York City. He is a member of Chelsea Repertory Company, in association with The Acting Studio, Inc., where he studied under James Price.  His theatre credits include Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet (Chelsea Rep) and Gregory in Welcome Back Lloyd (Oracle Theatre).  His recent TV credits, Docudrama Fatal Encounters (NBC) & Scorned: Love Kills (Optomen) can be seen on the the Discovery ID channel.  He will be making his feature film debut in Leaving Virginville (White Lyte Productions) which is shooting this summer.  Website:


Josie McAdam grew up in the small town of Avon outside of Rochester, NY. She received her BA in Dance and Theatre with a minor in Psychology and English from Manhattanville College. She also has studied in London with the London Dramatic Academy (LDA).  She is the Associate Director at the Irondale Ensemble Project in Brooklyn, as well as working as a freelance director. Her recent New York directing credits include Faraway Oranges (Irondale Ensemble Project), Drones (Co-Op Theatre East) and Three Sisters Experiment (WOW Café Theatre). This is her fourth time working with Sergei Burbank, but her first show with Oracle Theatre Inc., and is thrilled to be working with this talented cast and crew.

Cast and Crew

Hannah Seusy (Emily Patterson)

Didrik Söderström (Neil Patterson)

Emily Woo Zeller (Cherien)

Giverny Petitmermet (Jane Plymouth)

Patrick Avella (Adam/West)

Josie McAdam (Director)

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