As promised, we’ve assembled both new and veteran NYTI performers for LEGACY, coming to The Brick’s Comic Book Theater Festival June 8th at 7PM. Think of it as our version of the superhero team-up. Let’s get to know them better:

Fred Backus is a theater artist and musician in New York City. He’s thrilled to be asked to return for another installment of No, You Tell It!, where he previously appeared in URBAN DWELLERS. He’ll be directing Maggie Cino’s Warm Enough For Swimming this August at the New York International Fringe Festival, and you can catch his band Deacon Bishop Revival when they play out around town, or by visiting
Story: A Crossroad in Knock-Off City

Paige Blansfield is a CSR professional by day and a director/choreographer by night. Recent credits include directing Gathering the Magic with Nelson Lugo and Brainexplode! and Rock, Paper, Scissors with Sneaky Snake Productions. In her previous adventures as a Casting Associate at Tara Rubin Casting, she helped cast productions of Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot, The Country Girl, The Farnsworth Invention, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and Promises, Promises, among others.
Story: Origin Story

E. James Ford is an actor who can be seen every week performing in the immersive theatre experience Speakeasy Dollhouse and its companion piece The Brothers Booth. He recently appeared as Blaz Anton in the rock musical BitchTwitch: The Kidnapping of Vicki Presh and can be seen as Adlai DiLeo in the sci-fi series Pioneer One. Later this year, he will appear in Futurists with title:point productions, The Dreary Coast directed by Jeff Stark, and the feature film Revolver starring Burlesque superstar Veronica Varlow.
Story: League of Absence

Nicole Greevy previously appeared in “No, YOU Tell It! : Just Desserts” and is ecstatic to be back for a second round with LEGACY. Favorite projects include the web series Exorcists Local 667 and the independent pilot Living in Captivity. She has narrated many audiobooks and should you happen to visit the Milwaukee Zoo this summer, you can see some of her conservation-themed plays performed at Kohl’s Wild Theater.
Story: Nerd: The Next Generation


You can purchase tickets here.