Tamarah Ashton (Lady Markby)


Tamarah is very happy to be back with her 413 Repertory family after having performed in their recent award-winning productions of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest (Lady Bracknell) and Ken Ludwig’s The Game’s Afoot (Inspector Goring). Tamarah has performed all over the LA area, most recently portraying Mrs. Brill in Mary Poppins at the Taylor Performing Arts Center, Anna Claus in Mrs. Santa Claus with MASQ Productions, and Germaine in the West Valley Playhouse’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile. “Special thanks to MHC and JB for another exciting romp through with the Brits!

Colin A. Borden (Lord Goring)

Favorite credits include Calapine (TRUE Emperor of all Klingon Space) in Klingon Tamburlaine, Gary on Better Call Saul, Marlowe in The Big Sleep of Philip Marlowe, Kylo Ren in Shakespeare's Star Wars the Force Doth Awaken, and Selznick in Moonlight & Magnolias, among others.  He is also a stage and motion picture director of varying repute and award. This evening’s performance is for his wife and children. Tomorrow’s will be for Rugby. Good boy, Rugby. 

Kyle deCamp (Vicomte/Phipps)

Kyle is delighted to be returning to The 413 Project for another wonderful play by Oscar Wilde. He has performed in past 413 productions: The Importance of Being Earnest, The Games Afoot, and Dial M for Murder. His film credits include Knights of Swing, and The Most Dangerous Animal of All on FX networks. Kyle graduated from the USC School of Dramatic Arts.

Melissa Harkness (Mrs. Cheveley)

Melissa is thrilled to be doing her second show with the 413 Repertory Theater. Melissa holds a BFA in Theatre from the University of Memphis as well as an MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts from University of California, Riverside. She would like to plug the second season of her web series IndigNation, which was recently released. Thanks to Eric, Marian and Mom for always believing in me.

Aaron Stevenson (Sir Robert Chiltern)

Recent performances include James in Fire in a Dark House performed at The Whitefire Theater; he has also starred in several short films including What We Keep and Remote Capture, most recently in a supporting role in Coin-Op. Additionally, you can find Aaron in his commercial work for Dos Equis and Pop Chips. Aaron has a degree in Theater and in English from The University of Redlands and has also studied at LAMDA in the UK. He would like to thank his family and friends for supporting him through all his endeavors.

Robert Leh (Lord Caversham)

After majoring in Drama at UNC School Of The Arts, Robert started his career touring in bus-and-truck theatre companies, summer stock theaters, and dinner theaters throughout the southeast. He has appeared in the films Rocky I & II, Raid on Entebbe and the classic slasher The Toolbox Murders. His television credits include The Affair for Showtime, Big Time Rush for Nickelodeon, and recurring roles on The Young and the Restless and General Hospital. Robert is also an accomplished singer/songwriter, playing many popular music venues and coffee houses in the L.A. area.

Erin Manker (Lady Chiltern)

Hailing from Huntington Beach, Erin graduated USC with a BFA in Acting. Raised by books and her angelic parents, Erin is delighted to be in this wonderful play with such wonderful people. Erin can be found onstage at The Comedy Store or holed up writing new material. Credits include S.W.A.T., The Fosters, 2 Broke Girl$, Emma, and Cassandra French’s Finishing School for Boys.

Jordann Zbylski (Mabel Chiltern)

Jordann is so excited to get to perform with The 413 Project for the first time! She was most recently seen in Romeo and Juliet with The Porters of Hellsgate theatre company, and this past summer she played Helena in the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Jordann received her Bachelors in Theatre from the University of Southern California and is a BADA alum. She loves any opportunity to perform the wonderful words of Oscar Wilde and have a tea party! Many thanks to Melissa and Julie, and much love to Eric!​

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