Raucous Caucus 2017 Artist Spotlight!

Molly Dillon – Actor

Raucous Caucus Play: The Dirty Irish

photographed by Wolf Marloh


Molly Dillon is pleased as punch to be in The Dirty Irish in Raucous Caucus. If you enjoyed her portrayal of this cheeky Irish maid, you can also catch her in my parents are here tonight October 14th-22nd. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch and LAMDA. mollydillonacting.com


Kathryn Faughnan – Actor

Raucous Caucus Play: The Dirty Irish

Kathryn Faughnan is a graduate of NYU Gallatin (16’) where she studied Theatre, Anthropology and Entertainment Business. Past credits include Broadway: Mary Poppins, NYU: Diamond Alice (workshop), UNCHARTED: New Works Cabaret, Songs For a New World. She is thrilled to be part of this festival as she loves witnessing and developing new projects. @kathryngemma 

Toby Miller – Actor

Raucous Caucus Play: The Dirty Irish 

Toby Miller’s most recent work includes the national touring company of Aquila Theatre Company’s productions of Much Ado about Nothing and Murder on the Nile. Other recent productions include Disney’s Tarzan at the White Plains Performing Arts Center (Broadwayworld.com nominee for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical), a workshop of 360 Entertainment’s Peter Pan (Barry Weissler/Norton Herrick, Exec. Prods.) and the world premiere of Sprat Artistic Ensemble’s Henri at Las Vegas’ Smith Center for the Performing Arts

Yvonne Roen – Actor

Raucous Caucus Play: The Dirty Irish 

Yvonne Roen has performed classical, contemporary, and new works in five countries, 28 states, and four languages. She has worked extensively with UTC 61 including in the critically acclaimed “Rudolph II” and “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep.” Other roles include the title role in an all-female “Henry V” Elmire in “Tartuffe” both Mercurio and Lady Capulet in “Romeo and Juliet” as well as the First Searcher (a bad-ass zombie killer gone to the dark side) in the world premiere of “R&J&Z. She recently appeared in the well-received “Spinoza’s Ethics” at TFNC.


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