Lilies, or The Revival of a Romantic Drama - May 05 - June 14, 2021

The Drama Company NYC

 Who's Who 

  • JJ Miller head shot

    JJ Miller

    as Simon Doucet:1952/Timothee Doucet

    Off-Broadway debut. For the past 15 years he was the Executive Director of the non-profit Brave New Films and produced 5 full length and dozens of short documentaries. He is thrilled to return to acting with this production and his performance is dedicated to his husband Cameron. Theatre: The Dining Room, Deathtrap, Burn This, All My Sons, The Desperate Hours, and The Illusion. Film: Moscow Chill TV: "General Hospital", "Bagdad Cafe", and "Get a Life."

  • Marc Verzatt head shot

    Marc Verzatt

    as Bishop Jean Bilodeau

     Is an actor, stage director, and acting coach. Recent Credits: Mephistopheles in Goethe’s “Faust”, Leontes, Camillo and Autolycus in “The Winter’s Tale” and Dogberry in “Much Ado About Nothing “. Opera productions include the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Sinfonia Stuttgart, the 5th Festival of Music in Victoria, Brazil , Lyric Opera of Chicago, and dozens of regional opera companies in the US. Marc is indebted to his husband for decades of support.

  • Hartley Parker head shot

    Hartley Parker

    as Simon Doucet: 1912

    Is in his 3rd year at NYU Tisch, where he has trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute and Stonestreet Studios. Previous training includes the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and the Oxford School of Drama. Lilies is Hartley’s US pro and Off-Broadway debut. He would like to thank his family and friends for all their support.

  • Florimond Le Goupil-Maier head shot

    Florimond Le Goupil-Maier

    as Count Vallier De Tilly

    Received his B.A. in Poli-Sci and Chinese at Hunter College. After graduating, he began his training at HB Studio under David Deblinger, Lorraine Serabian, and Paul Pryce. Flo is passionate about emboldening LGBTQ+ narratives. He can be seen next in Fentress Films’ upcoming web series, Virtual Love in Lockdown, and the Pharmacy Theatre’s production of Friend of Dorothy.

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