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The Presidential candidates of Blinders are here to get you through primaries!
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Meet the Cast of Patrick Gabridge's
Blinders

Running June 10th – 25th!

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The world is in awe of a scientific miracle: two genetically identical humans, unrelated but more twin than twins, exactly the same in every way! As the duplicates parlay their commercial success into burgeoning political power, journalist Karen Sayers' quest for truth takes her on an unexpected mission with some unlikely allies and even stranger enemies. 

Darkly absurd and laugh-out-loud funny, Blinders is a cautionary tale about the dangers of the American political circus, just in time for election year.

Kimberly McClure as
Karen Sayer

Kimberly stands alone in this production as Karen Sayer, a journalist who sees through the lies of a media hype campaign and puts both her job and her sanity on the line to spread the truth. A regular in theaters west of Boston for 20+ years, Kimberly has played everything from Margie Walsh in Good People to Sally Bowles in Cabaret.
Craig Ciampa as
Stack Thompson

Craig plays Karen's other half, Stack, a salesman who has to choose between defending the contrary beliefs of his brilliant girlfriend and taking the sales opportunity of a lifetime in Chris and Alex's rise to stardom. Craig was last seen as John in the Umbrella Center for the Art's Oleanna and as George in Acme Theater's Stop Kiss.
Matt Arnold as
Chris

Matt has been a pillar of the Flat Earth ensemble for many shows now, including The Memorandum, Terra Nova, Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo, and the award-winning The Farnsworth Invention. Now he appears as Chris, genetically identical to Alex, and riding a wave of a political power possibly only rivaled by today's actual presidential primaries.
Justus Perry as
Alex

A company member of many years, Justus appears in his eighth production on the Flat Earth stage, having just received an IRNE Award in the fabulous ensemble of The Farnsworth Invention. In Blinders, he takes on the role of Alex, genetically identical to Chris, and exploding onto the scene in an unequivocal media frenzy.

And portraying the many voices of America in the ensemble:

Robin Abrahams as
Wilma Jenkins, et al.

Readers of the Boston Globe may know Robin best as the face behind the "Miss Conduct" Sunday advice column. She is also a psychologist, and a regular on the Improbable Research podcast. Robin now takes on various roles including Wilma Jenkins, the mysterious head of a shady underground movement.
Marge Dunn as
Hideout, et al.

Flat Earth is excited to welcome Marge to the Blinders ensemble in dynamic roles including the conspiracy theorist Hideout and the shifty black market connection Fat Dominic. Marge is the Technical Director at Roxbury Latin School and performs multiple roles in multiple shows with Sh*t-faced Shakespeare.
Arthur Gomez as
Floyd Sayer, et al.

After singing and dancing his way through March's Tales of a Fourth Grades Lesbo as Bobby, Arthur returns in the ensemble of Blinders, taking on wildly different characters such as Karen's oblivious yet stubborn father Floyd, the perpetually strung out Dude, and the questionably insane Miller.
Sarah Mass as
Wanda Sayer, et al.

Sarah makes her Flat Earth debut in a variety of energetic roles including Karen's doting mother Wanda, the multiple-personalitied psych ward inmate Carnac, and a media-obsessed shopper. During the day, she is involved with Shakespeare Now!, which brings theatre to schools around New England.
Glen Moore as
Senator Caldwell, et al.

A well-traveled performer, Glen has worked with myriad local companies including Liars & Believers, Moonbox Productions, Zeitgeist Stage Company, Bad Habit Productions, Happy Medium Theatre Company and the Independent Drama Society. He appears in Blinders in the role of Senator Caldwell, Chris and Alex's begrudging political rival, among others.
Korinne T. Ritchey
Director

Korinne helms the smartly comedic cast of Blinders in her first directorial collaboration with Flat Earth, where she has been seen onstage in Rocket Man and in The Farnsworth Invention. Also active in the Boston dance community, Korinne most recently contributed her movement skills to March's Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo as its Dance Choreographer.
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