Brad Fryman is one of the founders of The Oberon Theatre Ensemble and its current Artistic Director. As such he has helped produce fifty-five full-length plays, 100 staged readings and Extras, and a plethora of fundraisers and special events.
Oberon appearances include the Bard's Taming of the Shrew (Petruchio), King Lear (Edmund), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Demetrius), Winters Tale (Autolycus), Twelfth Night, Measure for Measure and The Tempest. Other Oberon classics include Three Sisters (Vershinin) and Ghosts (Jacob Engstrand). Contemporary performances include Order (Dr. Fine),_Ghost on Fire_ (Neil Toomie), The Physicists (Mobius), Moonchildren (Uncle Murray) OOBR Best Play, and an adaptation of The Miser (Jacques). Oberon premieres include Pieces of Seven and Finding Louise.
Regional credits include Sweet Bird of Youth (Dan Hatcher) at the NJSF, Twelfth Night (Malvolio) Second Company, and The Mousetrap (Paraviccini u/s) at Peterborough Players. Born Yesterday (Ed Devery) at The North Canton Players- winner Best Supporting Actor. Charlie Baker in The Foreigner, Bottom in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Juror #3 in Twelve Angry Men and Tom Wingfield in the The Glass Menagerie are other regional favorites. Film credits include The Followers, Restaurant, and the lead Joe Campbell in the feature film Snakes and Arrows. Brad has his Master of Fine Arts in Acting from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Psychology from Wilmington College. See more at www.bradfryman.com.
Jenna R. Lazar
Company ManagerOberon credits: The Drawer Boy (June Havoc Theatre and Off-Broadway at Soho Playhouse); Christopher Boal's Order (dir. Austin Pendleton); American Rapture (dir. Alexander Dinelaris); The Starship Astrov; Insecurity; Keep on Truckin'- It's War!; and Oberon's 2012 24/7 Play Festival. Other recent favorites include Summer Shorts 7 at 59 E 59; One-Acts for a Cause (w/ Estelle Parsons and Celia Keenan-Bolger); The Empress of Sex; A Hard Wall at High Speed (APAC); Sex Good, Money Bad (Broken Watch Theatre Company); Jonathan's Blaze (Summer Shorts 4); Carry On; The Banshee of Bainbridge; Woman Before A Glass (dir. Austin Pendleton); Twelfth Night; Much Ado About Nothing; Hamlet (w/ Karen Lynn Gorney); and the short film Like Ten. Jenna is the Technical Director for the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity and is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association, and, of course, Oberon Theatre Ensemble.
Marketing ConsultantLaura has been an active member of the Oberon Theatre Ensemble since 1998. Most recent shows with the company include: American Rapture, A Thousand Variations on a Lie Told Once, and Macbeth. Other Oberon shows include: The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Years, The Comedy of Errors, King Lear, The Three Sisters, Moonchildren, The Winter’s Tale, The Physicists, Phaedre, The Taming of the Shrew, Lady Windermere’s Fan, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Additional NYC theater credits: Hadrian’s Wall (Small Victories Productions, NYC Fringe 2012), In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel (White Horse Theater Company), Days of Wine and Roses, Blood Wedding (Boomerang Theatre), and Wild Thing (Gallery Players). Film: Écorché, and the indie features Three Cells of Separation and Third on a Match. More at www.laurasiner.com.
Laura has also held the roles of Marketing Director and Managing Director at Oberon. Laura has a BA from Yale University and an MBA in Marketing and Management from Columbia Business School. Her marketing and consulting experience includes work with Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and small business ventures.