by Timothy Guillot
directed by Maureen Monterubio
“You seem like a nice person. Emerald skirt, pretty eyes, Hoya. And with all this in mind I’d like to continue.”
With humor and a bit of bite, Timothy Guillot’s new play, “The Interview,” explores the power struggles, unmentioned motives, and awkward small talk of that time-honored method of applicant evaluation.
Timothy Guillot (Playwright) is a playwright and composer living in Washington, DC. His plays and musicals have been read and performed all across the country, including New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. He has composed original music for Imagination Stage, Forum Theatre, the Mead Theatre Lab Program, Generic Theatre Company, SANDRep Theatre Company, Junesong, and numerous short films. He has received awards and recognition from KCACTF, The Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition, The Larry Neal Writers’ Awards, and Campus Moviefest.
Emily Kester (W) is an actress based in Washington DC, and is excited to be lending her voice to the role of W in The Interview. Recent credits include Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Studio Theatre 2nd Stage) A Christmas Carol (Triad Stage) The Tempest (North Carolina Shakespeare Festival) and The Ugly Duckling (Bright Star Touring Theater.) Emily holds a BFA in Acting From the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
John Tweel (M) debuts with the Horn Project and has been acting in the DC Metro area for several years. Local theater credits include WSC Avant Bard, Olney Theater Center, Signature Theatre, SCENA Theater, Constellation Theatre Company, and The American Century Theater. John has also appeared in film productions of America’s Most Wanted, Syriana and the Discovery Channel Original movie Dangerous Company.