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Eric Bryant 

Eric Bryant returns to Westport having previously appeared in the 2016 award-winning production of Ayad Akhtar’s The Invisible Hand (CT Critics Circle Award-Outstanding Actor), and Room Service.  His New York professional debut was as an actual understudy in the Signature Theatre’s Off-Broadway revival of Angels in America, covering the roles of Prior Walter, Louis Ironson, and Joe Pitt, ultimately going on for all three. Other NYC credits include: Cut Throat (Abingdon), The Pillow Book (59E59), Even Maybe Tammy (Flea), and Billy Witch (APAC). Other regional work includes: John Cariani’s Almost, Maine (CT Critics Circle Award-Outstanding Ensemble), the recent remount of The Invisible Hand (Theaterworks Hartford), Leslye Headland’s Bachelorette (Studio Theatre, DC), Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap (Walnut Street), and Lewis Black’s One Slight Hitch (NY Stage and Film). TV: “Mr. Robot,” “The Blacklist,” “The Follwoing,” “Blue Bloods,” “Deception.” Education: MFA, Yale School of Drama. BA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

Brett Dalton

Brett Dalton is best known for his role as “Agent Grant Ward” in Joss Whedon’s hit ABC series, Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” for which he received a Best Male Breakout Star Teen Choice Award. Prior to this, Brett appeared in National Geographic’s “Killing Lincoln,” a Tony and Ridley Scott Production. More recently, Brett guest starred on “Elementary,” as well as “Blue Bloods,” “Army Wives,” and “Nurses.” On the big screen, Brett starred as the lead in the independent features The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, Lost In Florence, and Beside Still Waters, directed by Chris Lowell. Brett also starred alongside a tremendous ensemble cast in the BAFTA Award-winning horror video game “Until Dawn” for Playstation 4, opposite Hayden Panettiere and Rami Malek. Other voiceover work includes “Milo Murphy’s Law,” “Robot Chicken,” and “Jake and the Neverland Pirates.” Brett’s theatre credits include Passion Play, Romeo and Juliet, and Happy Now? (Yale Repertory); Sweet Bird of Youth and Demon Dreams (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Macbeth (Macbeth) and You Can’t Take It With You (Chautauqua Theater Company). Dalton has a degree in Art and Theater from the University of California at Berkeley and an MFA in Acting from Yale School of Drama.

Andrea Syglowski

Westport Country Playhouse debut. Recent credits: Queens (Lincoln Center, LCT3); Cry It Out (Humana); A Doll’s House (Huntington Theatre Company), IRNE Award nomination for Best Actress; The May Queen (Playmakers Reparatory); Dear Elizabeth (Dorset Theatre Festival); The Nest (The Denver Center); Of Good Stock (South Coast Rep); Venus in Fur (Huntington Theatre Company), winner of the 2014 Elliot Norton Award and 2015 IRNE award for Best Actress; A Flea In Her Ear; Bully to You; Schmoozy Togetherness; White Trash Anthem (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Three Sisters; Loves Labors Lost; Elijah; Carve (Chautauqua Theatre Company); Much Ado About Nothing; Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare at the Manor); Asking for Trouble (Ensemble Studio Theatre); The Walk Through (Slant Theatre Company). TV: “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife.” New Play Development at: The Roundabout, NYTW, EST, The O’Neill, and many, many more. Training: USC and The Juilliard School, class of 2013, where she was the recipient of the Robin Williams Scholarship.


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