Kimberly is excited to be joining Inebriated Shakespeare for a third season! Her previous roles include Capulet in Inebriated Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet (complete with fake beard) and Horatio in Inebriated Shakespeare’s Hamlet (sans beard). An ardent literary nerd, she is currently completing a degree in Library Science. Feel free to ask her for book recommendations (seriously). She is thrilled and grateful to be performing with such a talented troupe.
Originally from Texas, Alyssa settled down in Nashville in 2016 after an 8 year layover in New York. In 2019, Alyssa was seen in Mr. Burns a post electric play (Barbershop Theater), Initiative (Nashville Scene’s Best Small Stage Play 2019, Barbershop Theater), and The Nightmarium Incident (Act 1). When not drunkenly performing Shakespeare, Alyssa is an executive assistant, the managing editor and lead writer for Southern Travel + Lifestyles magazine, and a community-based yoga teacher with Small World Yoga.
Ezra is so excited to be making his Inebriated Shakespeare debut! He is a recent graduate from Lipscomb University, which he credits for forging the way into his drinking expertise. Some of his favorite credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (Peter) with Circle Players, Young Frankenstein (Ensemble) with Circle Players, and Ten Year (Young Sam) at the Darkhorse Theatre. Ezra would like to thank his boyfriend, Ross, and their three cats for being the most supportive family anyone could ask for. Enjoy the show!
Angelo is a native Nashvillian who graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University with a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Management and a double major in Theatre. Angelo got his start acting in the church around the age of 11 under the guidance of teacher, writer, and director Alvin Moore Jr. He, since then has been in various works such as Creole, The Silent Natural, and Music City Jubilee. Angelo is also happily newly-wed to his beautiful wife Rachel. When he is not working, Angelo likes to watch movies, hang out with friends, and occasionally play video games.
J.R. Knowles just wants to dance! You might have seen J.R. as Gregg in White Elephant, Rosenstern/Guildencrantz in last year’s Hamlet, or onstage with Watershed Public Theatre. He tries so hard to remember to post about his projects @jr_knowles. Many thanks to the whole team at IS, his friends and fam, and you! Thank you for supporting your local arts. Let’s drink!
Storm Sloan is glad to be back for her fourth season here at Inebriated Shakes. Storm can be found all over Nashville working on projects as an actor, director, and designer. Follow her on most socials @thestormsloan to keep up with her shenanigans and tomfoolery.
Traviz, a Memphis Native, is an alumnus of the Tennessee State University and the New York Film Academy. He has worked on several projects since the age of four when he first debuted on the PBS show called “Hello Mr. Chuck”. You may have also seen his face on the hit TV show “Fatal Attraction” and several local television commercials. He is very excited to be a part of Twelfth Night with Inebriated Shakespeare.
The premise is simple: The actors begin the show sober and, with help from YOU the audience, they become drunk as the show progresses.
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