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Created by Jake Sung-Guk Sullivan

It's H.G. Wells' THE INVISIBLE MAN - like you've never seen him before! Witness the story of Griffin, the Invisible Man, in a new physical, farcical adaptation featuring a madcap cast of four!
Crude Humor,Loud noises,Violence
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 7-11 and up
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Cast and Crew
Doni Marinos
ACTOR 1: Griffin
Doni is ecstatic to be making his MN Fringe Debut! An MFA graduate from Minnesota State University, Mankato, favorite past roles include: Ernie/Harry in It’s A Wonderful Life, Chorus Member in The Wedding Singer (Lyric Arts), and Sebastian in The Tempest (Theatre Coup d’Etat). Doni would like to thank his family, both near and far, for their unconditional love and support, his dog Cece for always providing a reason to smile every time he gets home, and his incredible wife, Amanda Mai, who inspires him both personally and professionally more than she will ever know!
Courtney VonVett
ACTOR 2: Mrs. Hall / et al.
Courtney is ecstatic to be making her Minnesota Fringe debut amongst a group of fantastic human beings! She has performed at Lyric Arts (The Wedding Singer, Something Rotten!, The Revolutionists, She Loves Me), Seasons Dinner Theatre (A Very Bayberry Christmas), Lakeshore Players Theatre (The Little Mermaid, Seussical Junior, The Wizard of Oz), and Columbia Heights Fine Arts Foundations (Almost, Maine). Courtney has also choreographed for Children's Performing Arts (Willy Wonka Kids) and directed for Northern Starz Children's Theatre (No Strings Attached). When she's not onstage, you can find her roller skating in a nearby park, or listening to whatever music Spotify recommends to her that day. Enjoy the show!
Tucker Brewster Schuster
Actor C: Millie / et al.
Tucker is excited to return to the MN Fringe with such a great show! Currently on break from the World Tour of Marvel Universe Live! with FELD Entertainment. A Twin Cities based actor whose work has been seen on many stages including Open Window Theatre, The Guthrie, Smartmouth Comedy, and the Chameleon Theatre Circle. Tucker has also traveled to perform for Carowinds, Cedar Point, and Odd-O-T's Entertainment. I hope you have as much seeing the show as we have doing it!
Brendan Veerman
ACTOR D: Jaffers / et al.
Brendan is thrilled to be making such joyful chaos with this talented bunch! A Twin Cities based actor, his work has been seen on many local stages including Aethem Theatre, Artistry, Chaska Valley Family Theatre, DalekoArts, Lakeshore Players, Lyric Arts, and TheatreX. Favorite past roles include Clown 2 (The 39 Steps), Cosmo Brown (Singin' in the Rain), Paul Bratter (Barefoot in the Park), Malvolio (Twelfth Night), Charlie Brown (You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown), Luigi (The Explorer’s Club), and John Darling (Before. After. Never.). Psalm 28:7.
Mason Tyer
Violence Director
Mason Tyer is a director, violence director, intimacy director, teacher, and theatre producer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mason is a Certified Teacher, Theatrical Firearms Safety Instructor, and Secretary for the Society of American Fight Directors. He has taught stage combat for The Guthrie, Children's Theatre Company, North Hennepin Community College, Art in Arms, and Open Gate Movement Arts. Mason is a lead teaching artist for The Guthrie and Children's Theatre Company. As a violence and intimacy director, he has worked with Journey North Opera Company, Fake Fighting Company, Children's Performing Arts, Combat Chess United, Ashland Productions, Expressions Community Theatre, Merrill Community Arts, and numerous high schools and community groups. Mason is also a stunt performer and coordinator for music videos and short films in Minnesota.
Jake Sung-Guk Sullivan
Director / Playwright
Jake Sung-Guk Sullivan is a director, actor, and educator from the Twin Cities metro area. Directing Credits: The Wedding Singer (Lyric Arts), A Different Pond (Theatre Mu / Stages Theatre Company), Cambodian Rock Band (Associate Director, Theatre Mu / The Jungle Theatre) Disney's The Little Mermaid (Lakeshore Players Theatre), [title of show], The 39 Steps (Lyric Arts). Acting Credits: Our Town (Lyric Arts), The 39 Steps (Lyric Arts), Urinetown (MSD Productions). Upcoming projects: The Pavilion (Lyric Arts), The Name Jar (Theatre Mu / Stages Theatre Company). Jake also serves as the theatre teacher at Breck School.
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