Charlotte has been a mother for nineteen years, a wife for three decades, and a respectable community member her entire life. But when her only child is incarcerated for sexual assault, her once-immaculate world is forever tainted. Selina Fillinger’s intimate new drama follows one woman struggling to make sense of her own grief, love, and culpability.
Selina Fillinger is an LA-based actress and writer. She is a recent graduate of Northwestern University, where she studied playwriting under the instruction of Laura Schellhardt. Something Clean was commissioned for Sideshow Theatre’s Freshness Initiative and workshopped in Roundabout’s Underground Reading Series. Other work includes Faceless (Northlight Theatre premiere, Joseph Jefferson Award-nominated, regional productions at Zeitgeist Theatre, St. Louis Repertory Theatre and Park Theatre in London) and The Armor Plays: Cinched/Strapped (Available Light’s Next Stage Initiative, Alley All New, upcoming production at Theatre Three.) Selina is a 2018 recipient of South Coast Repertory’s Elizabeth George Commission and Manhattan Theatre Club’s Sloan Commission. Ms. Fillinger has been nominated for a Tony for her current smash Broadway hit POTUS.
Debbie is honored to return to Off Central Players after last year’s inaugural production of RASHEEDA SPEAKING. She was most recently seen in Circle In The Water’s production of BREADCRUMBS presented at both Studio Grand Central and Jobsite Theatre’s Job-side. Other performances include: FABRICATION!, an original work by Roxanne Fay commissioned by the Dalì Museum; GOD OF CARNAGE and SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR both directed by Alan Mohney, Jr.; and LOVE, LOSS, AND WHAT I WORE. She has also lent her voice to American Stage’s ‘New Play Festival’, and Tampa Rep’s ‘Conversation Starters’. When not on stage, Debbie is the Executive Director of Voices of Hope for Aphasia, a nonprofit organization helping people with a language disorder due to stroke or brain injury live life to the fullest! Every day, she is inspired by their perseverance, and positive outlook. Her favorite roles in life are as partner to the wonderful Alan Mohney Jr and momma to our silly puppy, Josie!
Alan studied Theatre at Greensboro College (N.C.) and has been working as an actor, director, and set designer in the Tampa Bay area for the past 15 years. His recent acting credits include DINNER WITH FRIENDS (Tom) for Tampa Repertory Theatre, FULLY COMMITTED, (Sam), THE COLONY (The Doctor) for American Stage, NO EXIT (Cradeau) for Circle in the Water, JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH (Ladahlord) for ThinkTank Theatre, and WHITE FANG (Beauty Smith), UNDER FIRE (Father Thomas/Regis), ASSASSINS (Charles Guiteau) for FreeFall Theatre Company. As a director, his credits include KALAMAZOO, KITCHEN WITCHES, THE WILD WOMEN OF WINEDALE, THE DIXIE SWIM CLUB, GOD OF CARNAGE, SAME TIME NEXT YEAR, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, MOONLIGHT & MAGNOLIAS, SYLVIA, THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE, AND ALL IN THE TIMING. Most recently he directed BREADCRUMBS for Circle in the Water Productions which premiered at the Straz Center before moving to Studio Grand Central this past spring. For Debbie…
Troy is returning to his first love, the theatre, after a decade of trying and failing to do literally anything else. As a staff member of American Stage he has participated in multiple staged readings, including ZU’S EARTH by Sydney Rushing for this year’s New Play Festival. Troy is a member of Outcast Theatre Collective and helped produce last year’s world premier DIONYSUS ON THE DOWN LOW at Stageworks and, most recently, PASS OVER at Studio@620 directed by Erica Sutherlin.