STEPHEN PAYNE (Jim) Stephen Payne is happy to be appearing in the premier of The Bigot at St Clements.  Broadway productions include starring role in Straight White Men, Of Mice and Men, and August Osage County all directed by Anna Shapiro, Superior Donuts directed by Tina Landau.  Off Broadway productions of Edward Albee’s NY premier Me Myself and I directed by Emily Mann, John Patrick Shanley’s NY premier Sailor’s Song, Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Tina Landau, Orange Julius at Rattlestick, and regional productions including; Bus Stop at Olde Globe directed by Joe Hardy: winner of the Craig Noel Award for best featured Actor and Inner Critics Circle Award.  Boy Gets Girl Seattle Rep, Wings of Desire ART Boston.  Most recent films: Job’s World, Tuesday Nights, Inside Llewyn Davis by the Coen Brothers and the Last Days of Charlie Rayes. Many film and TV productions.

JAIMI PAIGE (Paula) most recent stage credits include Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desireat Boston Court Theatre, Claire in The Maids at A Noise Within, Hedda in Hedda Gabler at Antaeus Theatre Company, Vanda in Venus in Fur at South Coast Repertory, and Girl in Tender Napalm at Six01 Studios.  Her Film/TV credits include Rizzoli & Isles, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, The Mentalist, Peacock, and just released features Desolation and Be Afraid.  She is represented by Vanguard Management.

FAIVEN FESHAZION (Aysha) is a multi-faceted artist making her Off-Broadway debut in The Bigot. She arrived in New York City after she landed a coveted position in the NBC Universal Page Program at 30 Rockefeller Center. Her film credits include Little Faith and Maya and Her Lover; television credits include The Blacklist and Comedy Central. Faiven has performed stand-up at venues such as Gotham Comedy Club, and she was a featured storyteller at the LGBTQ improv show, Thank You For Coming Out. Faiven has appeared in a number of television commercials and print ads for popular consumer brands such as Dunkin‘ Donuts, Cadillac, Lowe’s and Olay.

DANA WATKINS (Seth) Theatre includes Edwin (Edwin Booth) Theatre at St Clements , Culture Project’s production of Tennessee Williams’ In Masks Outrageous and Austere , My First Time at New World Stages, F. Scott Fitzgerald in Allan Knee’s The Jazz Age at 59E59 (world premiere), Marat/Sade (Corday), Native Son (Jan Erlone), Macbeth (Banquo) and The Cherry Orchard (Trofimov) at CTH, Charles in The French Lieutenant’s Woman at The Fulton (world premiere), Kafka in Stanley Walden’s Letter to My Father at the Kaye Playhouse, Hal in Henry IV, Poe in the one man show An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe.  TV: Loosies (pilot), Christmas with Holly, OLTL, Guiding Light. Film: The Stuff, Falling to Pieces, How to be a Man, The Empath, Dreamgirl. Graduate of SUNY Purchase.

Who is Who in the Cast

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