Kevin Boggs (Rodger) is a local actor, storyteller, teacher and trainer. You may have seen him in last years’ “& Afterwards” – his Fringe Festival solo-show. Or perhaps you have seen him at one of his several restaurant gigs included such touted haunts as Ceiba, Rasika or The Source by Wolfgang Puck.

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Catherine Deadman (Rhonda Lee) Catherine is so tickled to be a part of The Dish and to take on a, um, Southern lady like Rhonda Lee!  Thanks to Jenny and Strother for folding her into this delicious mix. Catherine appreciates restaurants with lots of vegetarian and vegan options. She’s mistrustful of people who don’t like sweets. She doesn’t cook, but thanks to the research she’s done for The Dish, she’s pretty sure she could whip up a mean dump cake.


Anika Harden (Nadia) Anika was recently seen on a bus from New York with a large insulated bag filled with lox and red caviar on her lap.  She also recently appeared in H Street Housewives in the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival. Other credits include Butterfly with Wanderlust Theater Lab, Breaking Up with ED: Survivors Speak Out on Eating Disorders at the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival, and Zalmoxis – A Pagan Mystery by Romanian poet Lucian Blaga. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University and studied acting technique at The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory.


Kristy Simmons (Gwen) is a playwright, director and actor who has appeared in the Kennedy Center’s Page to Stage festival. She’s studied improv and acting at The Theater Lab and long form improv with Gary Jacobs. She cannot be more excited to share the stage with this amazing cast and looks forward to controlling everyone – and their eating — in Jenny Splitter’s latest play.


Jonathan Wong (Phillip) After many years spent abroad discovering new and diverse flavors – a fortune cookie once said it was good to travel – this humble film and theatre graduate is pleased to make his second appearance at Capital Fringe.