Right, Wrong or Bomb! A Dating Musical is a musical comedy that celebrates the trials, tribulations and joys of online dating. The story follows three gal pals, one mother and those they meet along the way.
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Shanan Custer is an actor, writer, improviser, director as well as half of 2 Sugars Show (with Carolyn Pool) that includes their Ivey Award winning show 2 Sugars, Room for Cream, their Park Square Theatre season opener Sometimes There’s Wine (opens September 21) and—coming soon—Bad Things, Good Whiskey. Shanan is performing some other Fringe shows at the Rarig Thrust: Couple Fight: The Musical, Our Best Life with Emily Schmidt and also with the Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society where she helps fight (the very first) Nazis! Also, since you like musicals, then check out a show she helped write called Not Fair, My Lady also playing at Mixed Blood Theatre! Thanks to Rosie, Britt and Shannon for asking her back and being so lovely. #blessed
Shannon McDonaldCo-Creator/ Writer
Shannon McDonald works in marketing in the Twin Cities and is thrilled to be the part of the Right, Wrong or Bomb! A Dating Musical creative team as a co-writer. An avid actress from the moment she stepped on stage as a gloworm in the 2nd grade production of Hansel and Gretal, Shannon has been cast in a number of well-known musicals including Peter Pan, the Wizard of Oz, Pippin, Guys and Dolls and The Music Man. While many of these roles did not include speaking or singing parts, took place during elementary school, or involved the role of understudy, Shannon considers herself a life-long star in the making.
Rosie NestingenCo-Creator, Composer
Rosie Nestingen is an emerging singer-songwriter from Fargo, North Dakota. In addition to her work as a consultant and her role as Miss North Dakota 2012, Rosie is the composer, lyricist and piano accompanist for Right, Wrong or Bomb! A Dating Musical. As a child, Rosie was only allowed to watch musicals or television with music in it. She was able to play piano by ear at age two and her favorite movie by age five was The Sound of Music. In her spare time, Rosie enjoys playing piano, singing, and wearing evening gowns around the house with Sixteen Going On Seventeen playing in the background.
Brittany ShrimptonCo-Creator/Writer, Choreographer
Brittany Shrimpton is excited to be back at the Minnesota Fringe! Brittany brings her gold standard for storytelling to Right, Wrong or Bomb! A Dating Musical, which is fitting as she has been honored with two regional Emmy awards for her work on Twin Cities PBS’ MN Original. A life-long dancer, choreographer and self-proclaimed comedian, Brittany is a co-producer, co-writer and choreographer of Right, Wrong or Bomb! A Dating Musical. Thank you to Shanan Custer for continuing to champion this work!
Rachel Austin is originally from Dallas, Texas and attended Macalester College in St. Paul. Rachel has Fringed it up a few times, even producing and writing her own one-woman show: “How to Become a Complete (Southern) Woman.” She has also worked locally with Theatre Pro Rata (Rocket Man), Artistry (Blithe Spirit), Comedy Suitcase (The Averagers & The Kafka Nuts), Other Tiger Productions (Elysium Blues), and more. She has a passionate disdain for pizza, and spends her spare time gardening and making trouble. She also works as a teaching artist, event host, and educator. You can also catch her at the 2018 Fringe in REMY RAYGUN OF THE SPACE BRIGADE and one night of SOFT (August 8th). She is excited to be sharing the stage with these baddd ladies!
Anna Larranaga is an actor, singer, and writer in the Twin Cities. Her previous credits include Lyric Arts, Actor's Theatre MN, Sheep Theatre, Sidekick Theatre, Chameleon Theatre Circle, The Black Hills Playhouse, and with Minnesota State University's Straw Hat Players. Anna is also a writer and correspondent for Minnesota Tonight, a monthly comedy show satirizing local news and politics. Learn more at www.annalarranaga.com
Thomas graduated with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2015. Since then he has kept himself busy acting selling beer. Most recently, you may have seen him in The (almost) Complete and (mostly) Accurate History of Alcohol at the Brave New Workshop or the Awesome 80s Prom with Actor's Theater of Minnesota.
Per Nestingen has never been to Uruguay. When he was four he bought a pet frog. He gets a lot of comments about his height and has gathered enough information to prove the world is heightist. Best proof: shower-head placement. On an unrelated note, his chest is very clean. Also, he works as a director of youth ministry for high school and middle school students and loves creating programs to promote healthy lives for them all! He would like to thank his sister-in-law, Rosie, for pushing him to be a part of this project!
Teri Parker BrownSally
TERI PARKER-BROWN is thrilled to be back at the Fringe! She was most recently seen in Sister Act at Chanhassen Theaters and Savannah Sipping Society at Old Log Theater. Other credits include: Fringe Fest 2010Ordway, History Theater, Illusion, Park Square, Minnetonka Arts on 7 and Children's Theater Company; as well as over 25 productions at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. Including: Sister Act, Bye Bye Birdie, Beauty and the Beast, State Fair, Brigadoon, and Mary Poppins. Favorite roles, MAME and Belle. Proud member of Actors Equity.
Delanie Wiedrich is thrilled to be joining the Cast of "The Best Musical Ever"! Delanie is a native of North Dakota but calls Minnesota home while she pursues her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She was honored to represent her home state at Miss America as Miss North Dakota 2015. Previous favorite roles include Christine Colgate in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank and Evelyn Nesbit in Ragtime. Delanie wants to thank the team of Right, Wrong or Bomb for bringing her on and for granting her Fringe debut!