All American 

Sex Addict/

Woke AF
By Matt Morillo

Directed by

Phoebe Leonard Dettmann

Starring Peter Buck Dettmann, Mateo Parodi,Danielle Aziza,

Shelby Allison Brown & Alex Mayer

Stage Manager: Lucy Roberts
Lighting Design: Maile Binion
Choreography: Alex Mayer & Danielle Aziza

Scenic Design: Phoebe Leonard Dettmann & Lucy Roberts
Graphics: Kiff Scholl

Video editing: Mark Leonard and Matthew Edmond
Stills Photos: Nick Flores-Tober
Press Representative: Jonathan Slaff
Social Media Co-ordinater: Jenna Leigh Miller

March 21st - April 14th
Tuesdays - Saturdays @ 8pm
Sundays @3pm
The Sargent Theater

@The American Theater of Actors 
314 West 54th St, New York

'Fast paced and often laugh-out-loud funny, with a seemingly infinite number of priceless one-liners.'
'bold, smart, and very timely' - Jed Ryan,

Lavender After Dark

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'raw, edgy and in your face;' 'In Matt Morillo's play, we get a smattering of the absurd, and what it is like to live today in America.' Robert Massimi, Medium
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Jack, a hero ex-cop, anti-police brutality crusader, and self-proclaimed sex addict, has written a screen play about his life.

In an attempt to win her back he enlists the help of Ashley, his on again/off again girlfriend, to make sure the script isn't offensive. Turns out, everyone seems to be offended by something. Riley, Jack’s former fling, is livid about how he over-sexualized her avant garde performance art. Jose, also a jilted lover, chimes in with his views on this problematic representation of the LGBTQ community. And Jack’s neighbor, Andie, a bi-racial intellectual, has her own thoughts on what makes someone “woke AF.”

Over the course of an evening as an unseasonal blizzard rages outside, they attempt to agree on what is and isn’t offensive, who gets to say what, when and why and at what point does political correctness do more harm than good?



Matt was born in Queens, raised on the big, bad streets of Hicksville, Long Island and graduated from C.W. Post film school in 1999, he wrote and directed three award winning films, produced seven short films, and two features. Playwrighting credits include the cult hit Angry Young Women In Low Rise Jeans With High Class Issues, All Aboard The Marriage Hearse, If We Run, American Soldiers, The Inventor and The Escort, Allen Wilder 2.0 and Katy and Jennifer VS The Flasher on New Years.

Matt returned to the motion picture world with MISTER HARMAC, a web series available on YouTube. When he's not writing, directing or producing Matt does stand up comedy and he's really quite funny. You can find Matt on at and on Twitter and Instagram @mattmorillo. 


​Phoebe Leonard Dettmann is an Aussie New Yorker.  She is an actor, writer, producer and director and a founding member of Randomly Specific Theatre.  You can read more about that here.
In 2007, fresh after graduating from the Ensemble Acting Studios Phoebe appeared in the Sydney premiere of Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans With High Class Issues.  The playwright, Matt Morillo, flew to the Land Down Under to see the production, he and  Phoebe became great friends and sixteen years later they’re still working together.

Phoebe is extremely grateful to this fantastic cast, to all the people who have generously supported Randomly Specific Theatre over the past decade and most importantly to Matt for entrusting her to bring this hilarious script to the New York stage.
Special thanks to my right hand lady Lucy Roberts, my producer in crime Larry Phillips, Mark and Jennifer Leonard, my therapist and Pete.

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Peter Buck Dettmann studied English and Theater Studies at Yale University, earning his BA in 2005. Since then, he has worked as an actor on stage, film and radio in Sydney and New York, and has trained with NIDA in Sydney and the Stella Adler Studios in Manhattan. He is currently studying Social Justice at the Union Theological Seminary. 

Peter has appeared in Secondary Pitch, Accumulated Heartbreak Disorder and Koalas Are Dicks for Randomly Specific Theatre, Revenge and Guilt for After Midnight Productions, Othello at the American Theater of Actors, Merchant of Venice with the Oxford Shakespeare Company, Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans with High Class Issues for KADM Productions, Macbeth at NIDA, Traitors, A Clockwork Orange, The Vampire Lesbians of Sodom and Don Juan In Soho for the New Theatre, Romeo and Juliet with the Globe Shakespeare Centre Australia, and References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot at the Tap Galleries. He also originated the title role in 'The Hideous Demise of Detective Jericho Slate' at the CRACK Theatre Festival and the Sydney Fringe Festival, as well as in a five part radio adaptation for FBI Radio. 


Mateo Parodi (Jose/Mysterious Voice) is an actor, singer, and voice-over specialist from Miami, FL. Theater credits: Something Rotten! (Nostradamus), In the Heights (El Piraguero), Measure for Measure (Angelo), As You Like It (Corin), and Sweet Charity (Herman) for FSU MainStage; The Flick (Sam), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Satan) for Side B Society (Artistic Director); Closer Than Before (Eli) for FSU STA. Film credits: Christmas in the Bronx (Morg) for Miss Muffet Studios; Miss Education (Mr. Rivera) for Block Exchange Films; Flavor Heaven (Head Chef Jack Antonio) for New York Film Academy; Somebody to Love (Darius) for Alignment Entertainment; The Ethics of Ambiguity (Dante), For Christine (Tyler), and The Last F*cking Straw (The Customer) for FSU College of Motion Picture Arts. Training: BFA Acting, Florida State University; Lucid Body House under Fay Simpson, Prather Rehm, and Monika Gossmann; Stage Combat Certification (unarmed and knife), The British Academy of Dramatic Combat under Rachel Bown-Williams of RC Annie; Summer Conservatory, Stella Adler School of Acting.

Mateo is beyond ecstatic and grateful to be making his NYC theater debut in All American Sex Addict/Woke AF. Huge shoutout and thanks to Phoebe, Matt, Lucy, and the entire Randomly Specific Theater team for giving him this exciting opportunity to grace the stage again. Mateo would not be here living his dreams if it were not for the support of his family, whom he loves dearly. First, his mom, his rock, and his biggest source of inspiration and motivation: I do not know where I would be without you! And of course, Tio and Abuela: te amo mucho!! Lastly, to his NYC family, supporting him through thick and thin: you know who you are...Thank you for being you!

Danielle Aziza is an actress and performance artist from Anguilla, BWI. She has studied at Stella Adler and at The Acting Studio. Her solo performance work explores ideas of privacy and intimacy and aims to encourage others to live unabashedly. You can often catch her either running around downtown, walking her dog Zo, or baring her soul (and a little skin) on one stage or another. Drop her a line at  She is thrilled to finally be working on a project with Matt and is very grateful to Phoebe and the cast for their creativity. 

Shelby Allison Brown is a Louisville, KY native (Go Cards, drink bourbon) stepping into her first production with Randomly Specific Theatre as Ashley in this fun piece of work! Some of her favorite credits include Francine (Jersey Boys), Juliet Capulet (Romeo and Juliet), and Veronica Sawyer (Heathers: The Musical). When she's not working with this crazy band of fools, she's coaching fitness at Orangetheory on the UWS, singing some songs at Bar9 in Hell's Kitchen, or devouring whatever book someone has let her borrow. All my love and gratitude to my friends and family for their support while I live the dream and survive the nightmare! 24:29:11. 

Alex Mayer (Riley) is an actor whose work spans both stage and screen. On stage, she most recently performed as Harper in Angels in America with her acting studio. Other theater credits include leading roles in Spike Heels, The Mistakes Madeline Made and Monty Python. Up next, Alex will return to screen with Jack Nicoletti’s psychological drama Little Bodega. Since entering the industry two years ago, Alex has studied under Christopher Chwee at Act First Studios.


Isaac Moran is so excited to be a part of this slightly unhinged and totally hilarious production. He has appeared in two other Randomly Specific Theatre productions This is Mark/c and Fistful of Cake, Pocket full of Miracles. Thank you for being here tonight and supporting original, local theater!