Aporia: An Evening of Sublime Paradoxes (On Demand) Cast

Vincent Ingrisano (David, Morning Was Safe)
Vincent Ingrisano has been in theatre productions of "The Arsonists" by Max Frisch playing wrestler Josef Schmitz, "The Last Yankee" by Arthur Miller playing Leroy Hamilton, and "This is Our Youth" by Kenneth Lonergan playing Warren Straub. Also on TV, "City on a Hill" Showtime dir. Kevin Bacon, and Multiple Episodes of Bull on CBS, and Blindspot on NBC. In the upcoming "Once Upon a Time in Staten Island" as a Mobster dir. James DeMonaco
Sidney Caruth (Amina, Icarus and Amina))
Sidney Caruth is a rising Junior at Muhlenberg College majoring in Theater. She enjoys performing, and exploring a vast variety of art forms. Her most memorable roles are Blackstache in Peter and The Starcatcher, and Sonia in Vanya, and Sonia, and Masha, and Spike. She is very excited to be a part of this production of Icarus and Amina and is very grateful for the opportunity to work with Roberta Raymond again.”
Joe Patrick Marshall (Ryan, Morning Was Safe)
Joe is very excited to reprise the role of "Ryan" in "Morning was safe" and to be working with the same talented cast and crew. Joe is a illumni of the prestigious Arthur Reel Acting Studio located in New York city. Some of his favorite roles have been as "Steve" in the SCC Center Stage production of "The Money Shot " written by Neil Labute and directed by Joan Bennett Lyons; as "Duke Orsino" in the Northeast Stage production of "Twelfth Night" written by William Shakespeare and directed by Hanna Gray and as "Doctor Hobotov" in the Drama Committee Repertory Theatre production of "Ward Six" written by Anton Chekhov and adapted by and directed by Arthur Reel.
Rachel McCain (Sister Tre, Icarus and Amina)
Rachel McCain is a senior in Edward R. Murrow High School’s screened theater program. She has performed in productions such as Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun. She was nominated for a National Youth Arts award in 2019 for her performance in Christopher Durang’s Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike, directed by Roberta Raymond. She has directed and produced multiple projects during her time at Murrow and is excited to attend Howard University in the fall.