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Jerry Goralnick and Lois Kagan Mingus

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Jerry Goralnick has worked with The Living Theatre for twenty eight years. His credits with the company include Ali Sayed in CAPITAL CHANGES, Brick Blume in ANARCHIA which he co-directed, Einstein in WASTE, Hitler in I AND I, The Answerer in THE TABLETS, Zev in POLAND 1931, Korach in  KORACH as well as a dozen other productions.
Mr. Goralnick co-created and directed the street theater play NO SIR! He co-directed THE BODY OF GOD and stage managed the Obie Award winning LIVING THEATRE RETROSPECTACLE. Mr. Goralnick co-founded and co-directs The Living Theatre Workshops and has taught Living Theatre techniques around the world.

Other credits include the world premiere of FIZZLES by Samuel Beckett at The New Haven Artists Theater, many roles in the plays of Shakespeare in New York City parks, is listed in IMBD, appears in many music videos and webisodes, has done narration for documentaries and educational videos and for ten years he performed with Reverend Billy's Church of Stop Shopping and appears in the documentary WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY. Most recently he appeared at the Metropolitan Playhouse as Yossel in WILLOW GROVE.
For the past year and a half he has been an organizer with Occupy Wall Street.


Lois Kagan Mingus studied acting with Joseph Chaikin, Gene Frankel and Davey Marlin-Jones and dance at the Harkness Dance Center, The New Dance Group Studio and dance and singing at Boston Conservatory.

She is a member of The Living Theatre since 1988 and has appeared in dozens of productions, both in New York and on tour in Europe and Latin America. Lois also performs with Dadanewyork, a theatre company showcasing the work of the Dadaists, and The Wycherly Systers, a political cabaret, at such venues as La MaMa, CBGB's, Cornelia Street Cafe, PS122 and Theater for the New City.

Lois has spoken at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum in Minnesota about using theatre as a tool for social change. Her poetry and writing is published in Maintenant 6, Daughterspeak and Western States Theatre Review as well as The New York Public Library play collection, and her short play, Refugee Camp Shtima, received Honorable Mention in the LaMia Ink International One Page Play Festival. She is a Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Finalist Judge and Presenter. Lois co-founded The Living Theatre Workshops in 2001 and received a Carnegie Grant and Bronx Council on the Arts Grant for Action Racket Theatre which she co-founded in 1998. She is listed in Who's Who in Entertainment in America and was honored with an Acker Award for achievement in the Avant Garde.
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