J. Bailey Burcham – Christmas Caroline
Meet J. Bailey Burcham, a recent transplant from Kansas, who is honored to be on his second Studio C production – this time directing. After receiving his second degree in Theatre last Fall (AA and BFA), he and his wife made the leap to Los Angeles. Bailey works steadily as an actor and director and wishfully as a rapper (2 albums available on SoundCloud). LA Theatre Credits include: Forks in the Road (New Musicals Inc.), Outspoken (Studio C Artists), and most recently Damn Yankees at Cabrillo Theatre. Regional Theatre Credits:Billy Elliot as Big Davey, South Pacific as Luther Billis, (Papermill Playhouse), West Side Story as Krupke (MTWichita). Bailey wishes to thank Studio C and the Fa La La La staff for giving him a chance, his wife, Rachel, for always being close to his heart when he is on stage, and his friends and family who came out to support. J. Bailey Burcham. Broadway World: http://www.broadwayworld.com/people/J.-Bailey-Burcham/; Backstage: https://www.backstage.com/jbaileyburcham/
Sabrina Lloyd – Reality TV North Pole
Sabrina Lloyd was a founder and Artistic Director of GroundUp Theatre in Chicago for 8 seasons. She initiated a city sponsored Shakespeare in the park series and directed a majority of GroundUp’s productions including many Reader Recommended and Windy City Times Critic’s Pick productions including Patrick Marber’s “Closer”, Anton Chekov’s “The Seagull”, George F. Walker’s “Zastrozzi” and Naomi Wallace’s “Slaughter City”. She did a directors internship at NYC’s 13th Street Rep and was at the helm of both children’s theatre projects as well as developing new works. She received her MFA in Directing from Indiana University and her BFA in Acting from Florida State University. In Los Angeles, she has worked with Little Fish Theatre and Theatre of Note and is a current member of Sacred Fools. Most recently she proudly directed back to back productions of The Diary of Anne Frank. Special thanks to Studio C for their continued belief in her and her work, and for always making it a good time!
Edgar Pablos – Death By Poinsettia
Edgar Pablos is proud to direct for the stage for the first time after spending over 15 years writing screenplays, and working in documentaries, commercials, and feature films. He graduated as a Renaissance Scholar from USC with a double major from the School of Cinematic Arts and the School of Religion, and then worked on several films as an apprentice to directors Mike Figgis (Leaving Las Vegas), Joe Dante (Gremlins), and Antoine Fuqua (Training Day). He teamed up with writing partner Judith Cummings and in 2007 they formed Tribesmen Pictures LLC, a production company developing feature-length screenplays for the Latino market. When he is not writing or directing, Pablos works freelance as a soldier of fortune. www.tribesmenpictures.com