Meet the Cast
Join us on Saturday, April 23rd at 1:00PM for a public reading of The Devil, the Witch, and the Blacksmith.
All proceeds will go to support the victims of the War in Ukraine.
Mairin has worked on Broadway, Off Broadway, television, and film. Favorite credits include Viola in Shakespeare in Love (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival), Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Brooklyn Preserve), and Catherine in The Heiress (Broadway). You can catch her later this spring guest starring on New Amsterdam (NBC) and this fall in the feature film Asian Persuasion. Slava Ukraini!
New York credits: World Premier of Goodbody by J.C. Ernst at 59E59; Drunkle Vanya and Twelfth Night: or Sir Toby Belch’s Lonely Hearts Cabaret (ThreeDayHangover); The Faire (Fault Line Theatre Co.); Macbeth (NYIT nomination for best supporting actress, The Crook Theater Co.); Regional Credits: the world premiere of Naked Influence (Capital Rep.); Circle Mirror Transformation (George Street Playhouse); ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, The Government Inspector, and A Christmas Carol (The American Conservatory Theater); Proof (Skyline). She earned her BFA from the University of Evansville and her MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater.
Raife is a teacher, actor, director, and producer. He has performed at various regional theaters as well as appearing Off Broadway. He is currently the head of voice and speech at Molloy/CAP21, as well as being a faculty member at NYU, Strasberg Studio, and Maggie Flanigan Studio.
David Jacobs is an actor, writer, improviser and aspiring public school teacher living in Brooklyn, New York. When he is not freestyle rapping over sick beats, you can find him making phone calls for underdog political candidates with “The Misfits for Democracy” (www.misfitsfordemocracy.com).
Regional and New York credits include Kate Crackernuts (The Flea – NYC), Splitting Infinity at (San Jose Rep – CA), A Christmas Carol (The American Conservatory Theater – San Francisco) and Richard III (Cal Shakes – San Francisco). He holds his Master of Fine Arts from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
Amy Canfield is delighted to see The Devil, the Witch, and the Blacksmith on stage again for this worthy purpose. Amy is an actor, playwright, producer, director, and dramaturg in Rochester, NY. With Kingfisher Theater, she co-adapted Elizabeth Robins’ Votes for Women, which was awarded a grant from Humanities New York. Most recently, she performed with the ensemble of Aspie Works’ production of The Vagina Monologues and the Rochester Fringe production of Something Wicked. In 2021, Amy received a TANYS award for creating the virtual Pandemic Play Reading Series in March 2020, which produced over 60 readings involving more than 150 actors. Amy holds a Ph.D. in Theatre History from The Ohio State University and is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.