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Scrambled Eggs

Jessica Fisher
Playwright/Stage Manager

Jess Fisher (She/They) is a playwright and actor from New Jersey! She met her collaborator and friend John Morgenstern while studying at NYU Tisch drama. Her works center around gender, queerness, loneliness, mental health, and the subtleties of abuse (a barrel of laughs, right?). Jess would like to thank the generous donors, her writing mentor Alexis Kozak, all of the past and present cast and team members who have helped her craft this show, and especially John who helped her conquer her fears to write the damn thing in the first place. Read about her other plays here.

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Jonah Thorpe-Kramp

Jonah studied at Southern Oregon University where he received his BFA in acting. He then went on to work a season at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and most recently, Jonah worked as an immersive actor at the Madcap Motel. Other credits include Orcus in She Kills Monsters, Doug in Gruesome Playground Injuries, and Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher. In his free time, Jonah loves to play Dungeons and Dragons with friends, lose himself to videogames, and discover new crockpot recipes. You can reach Jonah at jonahgtk@gmail.com or on Instagram at @jonahgtk.

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Caitlin Charles

Caitlin (Cat) Charles is an actor and artist who received her BFA in Acting from Pace School of Performing Arts in 2019. Originally from New Jersey/New York, she is incredibly thrilled to be performing on the West Coast for the first time. Previous credits include Machinal (Dir. Dara Malina), How I Learned To Drive (Dir. Borna Barzin), As Bees in Honey Drown (Dir. Sylvia Czubarow), and Polaroid Stories (Dir. Raelle Myrick-Hodges). She would like to extend a huge thank you to Jess, John, and everyone who has been a part of this process for such an amazing opportunity.


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Erik Leupp

Erik Leupp is an actor with many ideas for successful restaurants. One is Pasta-dena, a pasta restaurant exclusively operating in Pasadena, CA. Another of his brilliant ideas is a chain of milkshake shops where you pay $125 a month for a premium membership which gives you unlimited access to a dizzying array of milkshakes from all 400 shops across the continental U.S. (and soon Dubai and Singapore!). If you are interested in investing in one of his incredible restaurant ideas you can reach him at erikleupp@gmail.com.

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Cecilia Lewis

Cecilia Lewis is excited to be making her Los Angeles debut! She recently graduated with a Bachelors degree in Vocal Performance from Pacific Lutheran University. Previously, she has performed several seasons with the Seattle Opera and was a proud member of the Choir of the West, conducted by Dr. Richard Nance. Some recent credits include Cathy in The Last Five Years, Belle in Beauty and the Beast, and Agnes in Agnes of God. She would like to thank Brian for being the most supportive partner, both on stage and off.

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John Morgenstern

John Morgenstern (he/him) is immensely proud to make his directing debut with Scrambled Eggs. He graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2019 and has recently been seen in AMC’s Preppy Murder Series and the upcoming short film Family Dinner directed by Jeff DeAvila. He would like to thank Jess for giving him this incredible opportunity as well as his family and friends for supporting his financially irresponsible dreams. 


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Luke Sweeney

Luke Sweeney grew up in New Jersey and has been living in Los Angeles for 5 years. He attended the New York Film Academy (LA Campus) where he received a BFA for Acting in 2019. Although Luke ventured out to the West coast for his film aspirations, he is no stranger to the stage. Some of his favorite theater credits include: West Side Story, Almost Maine, Twelfth Night, Legally Blonde, Ugly Lies the Bone, A Long Time Ago and most recently You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. He wants to thank everyone involved in the production for their hard work and talents, especially Jess for trusting him with her beautifully written words and for all her years of friendship. And as always Luke wants to thank his family and friends for their constant love and support. If you’d like to connect with him give him a follow on his Instagram: @luke_sweenz

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Jacqueline Bonsigore

Jacqueline Bonsignore is a 2020 graduate of NYU Tisch Drama and the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Some of her previous credits include Miranda in The Tempest (Stella Adler, NYC), Crissy in the 50th anniversary production of Hair (Landmark Musical Theatre, SF), and Ilana in the upcoming short film Great White Lies (Dir. Heather Andelsman). Jackie would love to thank Jess and John for this incredible opportunity, and she would also love to thank her amazing friends and family for their undying love and support. 


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Tyla Gomez

Tyla Gomez is 2020 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she focused on screen acting in several short films and even a webseries called “Addicted” which you can find on YouTube. She made her LA acting debut starring in a short film thriller called The Only Fan. Tyla is enthused to return to the stage as she first fell in love with acting through high school theatre. She is overjoyed by this opportunity to bring to life a thought provoking play while work alongside talented creatives. Tyla also does standup comedy and social media influencing, stay connected with what she’s up to on instagram @_tylagomez.


Brian Loughridge

Brian Loughridge is an improv teacher and coach from the Seattle area. He recently moved down to the LA area and is happy to be back doing live theatre. During the day, Brian is a behavior therapist and is pursuing his Masters in Special Education. 

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