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Skintight Cast

  • Will Brittain

    Will Brittain as Trey

    Will Brittain is thrilled to be making his Geffen Playhouse debut with Skintight. Films include: Kong: Skull Island, Everybody Wants Some!!, Savage Youth, Desolate, A Teacher. Television: Colony (Season 3). Upcoming Films: Let Him Go, Haunt, Blow the Man Down, William. Love and thanks to God, family, reps and the Biscuit. For you, Dad, the wild man.

  • Eli Gelb

    Eli Gelb as Benjamin Cullen

    Theatre: Skintight (Roundabout Theatre Company); The Twenty-seventh Man (The Old Globe, directed by Barry Edelstein); Ruth (Alex Borinsky, EST/Sloan Workshop); The North Pool (Rajiv Joseph, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park); The Thickness of Skin (The Barrow Group). Film/television: The Squid and the Whale (Noah Baumbach); Holy Rollers (Sundance 2010); The Newsroom (Aaron Sorkin, HBO); Not Fade Away (David Chase); Indignation (James Schamus). Proud member of Ensemble Studio Theatre.

  • Harry Groener

    Harry Groener as Elliot Isaac

    Geffen Playhouse credits: Equivocation (Ovation Award), The Exorcist. Recent Los Angeles appearances: Indecent at Ahmanson Theatre; Three Days in the Country, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Ovation Awards) at Antaeus Company; Prospero in The Tempest at Shakespeare Orange County. Broadway: Crazy For You (Tony and Drama Desk nomination), Oklahoma! (Tony nomination and Theater World Award), Cats (Tony nomination), Harrigan and Hart (Drama Desk nomination), Oh Brother!, Is there Life After High School, Sleight of Hand, Sunday In The Park With George, Imaginary Friends, Spamalot. Off-Broadway: Twelve Dreams, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, If Love Were All. Regional: The March (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); title roles in The Madness of King George (Jeff Award), Cyrano De Bergerac (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), King Lear (Antaeus Company). Film: About Schmidt, Road to Perdition, Amistad, Patch Adams, Brubaker, Cure For Wellness, A Futile And Stupid Gesture. Television: over 70 credits, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dear John, Star Trek, How I Met Your Mother.

  • Kimberly Jürgen

    Kimberly Jürgen as Orsolya

    Kimberly Jürgen, a science nerd and graduate of Emory University, is making her Geffen Playhouse debut. She recently appeared on Modern Family and was covered in beetles on Bones. Stage highlights include: Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, four productions of Hamlet, three Romeo and Juliets, two comedies by Shel Silverstein and Othello (playing Iago). She is an actor/writer and co-creator of the award-winning web series, Good Samaritans. She began volunteering as a young Girl Scout and now works with elementary students through Young Storytellers.

  • Idina Menzel

    Idina Menzel as Jodi Isaac

    Broadway: debut as Maureen in Rent (Tony Award nomination); Elphaba in Wicked (Tony Award winner), which she also brought to West End; Elizabeth in If/Then (Tony Award nomination). Other New York stage work includes Skintight (Roundabout Theatre Company), See What I Wanna See (Public Theater), The Wild Party (MTC), Hair (Encores). Recipient of the Drama League Special Recognition Award for Achievement in Musical Theatre. Film: Elsa in Disney phenomenon Frozen and its upcoming sequel, Christopher Columbus’ film version of Rent, Enchanted and Ask the Dust. Upcoming: Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems. Television: recurring on Glee, Lifetime’s remake of Beaches and PBS special Barefoot at the Symphony with accompanying album. Additional solo albums include idina., I Stand, Here and Still I Can’t Be Still. Menzel’s performance of “Let It Go” won the Oscar for Best Original Song and the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. She was honored as Billboard’s Women in Music “Breakthrough Artist” in 2014.

  • Jeff Skowron

    Jeff Skowron as Jeff

    Broadway: Enron (Trader), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Grinch), The Lion King (Ed/Timon/Zazu), Beauty and the Beast (LeFou), High Society (Stanley), The Boy from Oz (workshop, Chris Bell, opposite Hugh Jackman). Los Angeles credits include: A Gentleman’s Guide… (D’Ysquinth Family, West Coast premiere), Parade (Leo Frank, Ovation Award), South Pacific (Luther Billis, Ovation Award), The Producers (Leo Bloom, Ovation Award nomination), Pride and Prejudice (Mr. Collins, Ovation Award nomination), Les Misérables (Thenardier, Ovation Award nomination), Into the Woods (Baker, LA Drama Critics Circle nomination). Jeff co-starred as Dorfman opposite Billy Bob Thornton in Bad Santa 2. Television: Teen Wolf, Kroll Show, NCIS, Law and Order SVU. Jeff won Best Actor in a Drama at the 2017 New York Television Festival as the title role in Max Riddle, a pilot he co-wrote/directed, currently in development. He also co-created and starred in Greg and Donny for IFC, directed by Troy Miller.