Directed by Brionne Davis

Appearing Courtesy of Actors Equity Association

Brionne makes his Los Angeles directorial debut with Auto-Da-Fé and the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company. Theatre credits include: Lee in True West (The Lion Theatre, NYC), Adolf Eichmann in Wallenberg (SoHo Playhouse), Edmond in Long Days Journey, Happy in Death of A Salesman, A NOBLE EXILE (one man show inspired by the writings of Tennessee Williams), and Shame (one man show). Film credits include: Witches of Oz, Rest Stop 2, Pandemic, Fire City, Agent 5, and much more at He sends out a BIG THANKS to Ronnie and the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company for involving him with this project. “I’m here to love — and get a little crazy!”

Sean Serino – Assistant Director
Sean has been acting professionally in theatre, film and television for several years and holds a degree in Theatre from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. In September 2010, she appeared in her original play Rue Royale at the Ventura Court Theatre in Studio City. This is her first time working with the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company and she is very excited to be a part of this wonderfully gifted team of artists.


Deborah Geffner
Mme. Duvenet

Appearing courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association

Deborah Geffner starred on Broadway in the original production of A Chorus Line. She simultaneously acted in the movie All That Jazz, directed by Bob Fosse.  Theatre 68: Anne in Bill W. & Dr. Bob. Many theatre and TV appearances include: Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds, Monk, Legs, and Cold Case. Other favorite film roles: Infestation and Living Out Loud. Wrote, directed and starred in the films: Cake and Razz & Jo Wake Up, and the multiple award-winning Guitar Lessons. (See Portrait of a Madonna.)

Joe Massingil

Joe is from the great state of Georgia. He earned his BFA in Theatre Arts from Valdosta State University, in 2008.  This is Joe’s third production with the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company. Last year, Joe wrote/directed/starred in Passion and Precision, which premiered at the 2010 Hollywood Fringe Festival. Joe performs weekly with the improv teams Lawrence of Arkansas and Ruffneck.