Gregg Pica: Director
Gregg is a Brooklyn-based director, actor, and producer. He most recently directed Randomly Specific Theatre's production of This is Mark/c, and appeared as Jeff in Randomly Specific's Arbuckle Syndrome. Other directorial credits include John Guerra’s The Last, Best Small Town with T. Schreiber Studio, The Donor Class with Nylon Fusion Theatre Company, A Conversation Before in FringeNYC, Tales with Teeth: Humpty Dumpty in the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, Madame Égalité with TheatreMakers Studio, Dolores with Hi-Excellent Productions, The Flying Dutchman Boards the Staten Island Ferry at the Players Theatre NYC, and The Carpenter, The Flood, and the Fart in the Rogue Theater Festival. Thanks to Megan, without whom he wouldn’t be doing any of this.
Larry Phillips: (Adam) and Playwright
Larry has written and appeared in: Must Win; The Weekend Will End; Koalas are Dicks; Arbuckle Syndrome; Talent is Sexy; The Rise of Mediocrity; Plan G; Secondary Pitch; The Ladies of Glen Ross; The Other Harvey; Learning to Skip; Last Chance for Mama; Fistful of Cake, Pocketful of Miracles; This is Mark/c; The Art of Acting: A Master Class with Fozzie Bear.
Dylan Page: (Vivian)
Dylan is an American actress who has lived and performed in NYC, Arizona, & Germany. Trained at the University of Arizona, she completed two years of the BFA Acting program before graduating with a BA in Studio Art. In 2021, she starred in the digital play 'The Life Before/Reconstruction' by Alva Rogers which won Best of Fringe in the National Women's Theatre Festival (NYC). For five years, she was a member of The Rogue Theatre ensemble (AZ) where her credits include Kattrin in Mother Courage and Her Children, Syble Vane in The Picture of Dorian Gray, Mopsa in The Winter’s Tale, Dewey Dell in As I Lay Dying, Jenny Hill in Major Barbara and Felicity Cunningham in The Real Inspector Hound. Other notable credits include Evelyn in The Shape of Things (Arizona Repertory Theatre) and Janice in Member of the Wedding (Arizona Onstage). Here in NYC, she has been fortunate enough to train at T. Schreiber Studios with Megan Grace Martinez, K. Lorrel Manning, and Page Clements. She has also taken Acting classes with Sheila Gray and Improv classes at The Pit. She is fluent in German, a sucker for Brené Brown, and thrilled to be making her debut with Randomly Specific Theatre.
Alyssa Parkhurst: (Jocelyn)
Alyssa is an actor and puppeteer based in New York City. She is a graduate of The New School’s College of Performing Arts class of 2023. Recent credits include Drive the Speed Limit (HERE Arts Center, dir. Marina Carlstroem), Wake Up, Daisy! (Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater, dir. Bruce Cannon), Little Red’s Hood (Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater, dir. Charlie DelRisco), and puppet based choose-your-own-adventure game GOODNIGHTWREN.COM (dir. Andy Hartman).
For whimsy and puppets, visit her instagram @alyssa.parkhurst
Tiffany May McRae: (Mary Ellen)
Tiffany May McRae is a Texas-bred Brooklynite. She is a huge fan of Larry Phillips’ work and is thrilled to be back on stage with him and this awesome cast and crew. Other theatre work: The Rise of Mediocrity (Chain/Randomly Specific);Plan G (IT Award nominee/Best Ensemble); The Weekend Will End (Theatre 54/Randomly Specific); Koalas Are Dicks (Theatre 80/Randomly Specific); FALLING (Connelly Theater/FringeNYC); G.I. Joe Jared (59E59th Theaters/Edinburgh Fringe Festival). Training: NYU (BFA); William Esper Studio. You can keep tabs on her on @tmaymcrae.
Connor Robertson: Scenic Designer
Connor is a NYC based scenic and lighting designer, he, graduated with a BFA at the University of Colorado at Boulder in December of 2022. He has been working professionally in carpentry in theaters around the Denver metro area for about two years, including the Denver Center Theatre Company, The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Curious theatre company and Colorado Shakespeare festival. He recently relocated to New York and is excited to be involved with this production.
Hayley Garcia Parnell: Lighting Designer
Hayley Garcia Parnell (she/they) is a Chicana Lighting Designer from Colorado who loves nothing more than telling stories in community with other artists. This is their second production with Randomly Specific Theatre (Must Win). Other NYC credits include Oh, Soledad at The Actor's Temple Theatre and Friends With Amenities at 59E59. They were the 22-23 Allen Lee Hughes BIPOC Lighting Fellow at Arena Stage in Washington, DC and are dedicated to uplifting the vision and voices of other BIPOC artists.
Gavin Petersen: Stage Manager
Gavin Petersen is a 2023 Graduate from Hofstra university with a BFA in theatrical studies concentration in Directing and a Minor in Musical Theater! They are very excited To be a part of the Goodnight, Baby Girl Creative Team and are thankful to Larry and Greg for their first Stage Management Position Post Grad !
If you are interested in any of their past or future work you can find it at gavinpetersen.com
Vivian has a lovely home, a lovely husband, and a lovely career teaching yoga. She is content. When a mom and her pregnant teenage daughter start taking her class, Vivian falls into a relationship with the girl that makes her reevaluate the past decisions which made her who she is today.
CAST & CREW
Good Night, Baby Girl
Written by Larry Phillips
Directed by Gregg Pica
Featuring: Dylan Page, Larry Phillips, Alyssa Parkhurst,
& Tiffany May McRae
Scenic Design by Connor Robertson
Lighting Design by Hayley Garcia Parnell
Stage Manager: Gavin Petersen