Creator/Producer/Artistic Director/Performer: "Bock Stock" Virtual & Live!
National Tour: "Forever Plaid" (Sparky), European Tour: "Grease" (Kenickie),
Off-Broadway: "Tony N' Tina's Wedding" (Donny Dulce, Barry, Michael, Joey), "Gregory Allan Bock & Friends" (Feinstein's/54 Below), Regional: "Chess" (Ensemble) North Carolina Theatre, "The Wedding Singer" (Sammy) West Virginia Public Theatre, "Hair" (Berger) LSU/Swine Palace, "Cabaret" (Emcee) Forestburgh Playhouse, Film & TV: "Gotham", "Law & Order: SVU", "The Wolf Of Wall Street", "Across The Universe" & "The Meredith Vieira Show" - as himself (link on resume tab!) Tisch School of the Arts/NYU: Cap 21 Musical Theatre Conservatory/Style & Character Studio (BFA Drama)
Andrew Kasper graduated from West Texas A&M University with a Master of Music Degree in conducting. Since then he has conducted several musical productions which favorites include: Into the Woods, Chicago, and Texas, Outdoor Musical. He has had a hand in nearly every aspect of live performance from conducting, to stage management to performing. Andrew is also an active voice over talent and has been heard on radio and television ads, independent films, and AT&T "Cowboys" Stadium.
Danielle Bees is a composer hailing from Southern California and is currently based in New York City. She is a two-time American Prize semi-finalist, both in the choral and chamber student divisions, and she has experience writing works for a variety of ensembles, instrumentations, and mediums, including film and theatre. Danielle's music has been performed throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe, and she has worked with notable ensembles such as the RSNO Ensemble, the Hebrides Ensemble, and the Edinburgh Quartet. Danielle holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Greatbatch School of Music at Houghton College and a Master of Music degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Photo From "Bock Stock" Roof Jam 9/12/20
Photographed By: Alexandria Thomas
Cris Eli Blak is a playwright, screenwriter, producer, performer and poet. He wrote the short film The Brother's Survivor, which was an award winner at the Worldfest Houston International Film Festival. He was commissioned by the Louisville Arts Network and Lift Up Lou to write his performance piece HOPE: Living as a Black Man in America, is a two-time poetry slam champion and has had his work produced, published and/or performed by Urban Stages (Off-Broadway), Illuminate Theatre, Roaming Theatre Collaborative, Earworm Audio Theatre Podcast, the International Human Rights Arts Festival and Next Generation Stage Directors, among others. He can be found on Instagram @criseliblak.
Josephine Phoenix is a sort of hybrid tropical bird born in Miami, with a mix of street sass growing up in Brooklyn, New York. A musician and songwriter, she also plays flamenco guitar and clarinet, and is also a Stella Adler Conservatory graduate studying Musical Theater. Touring numerous countries as a back up singer and musician for such latino singers as Ricardo Montaner, as well as starring as Queenie in Andrew Lippa's musical The Wild Party has been some of her most memorable and inspiring experiences. Her more recent endeavors include hosting restaurant review snippets for the weather channel with her humor and improv skills, touring with the stand up comedy musical "Y Si Me Caso" with Telenovela star Julian Gil, and performing with her band, Phoenix Trio, on the Msc Seaside Cruise Ship. She believes that everything is better: TOGETHER! Lets make some magic in this stardust life!
Began his life as a creative professional at the age of 15 when he performed in his first play. Ever since then he has never felt at home outside of artistic environments. Biery has spent 15 years training and acting in the theatre.
As Biery has gotten older he found himself striving for authenticity. Not only as an artist, but also as a human. This journey has led him to find true passions for podcasting, hosting and acting on camera. Biery's goal as a Dream Team Member is to bring creative authenticity that is true to him and the people that are closest to him.
Photo By: Gregory Allan Bock
From: HQ Editing Session
4/5/21 @ BATCP Roof Top
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Photo By: Mixhe Efthimiou
From: HQ Editing Session
4/5/21 @ BATCP HQ
Bio Coming Soon!
Photo By: Mixhe Efthimiou
4/13/21 @ BATCP HQ
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Alexis is thrilled to be apart of the “Bock Stock” team! Born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida, she received her BFA at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in contemporary dance, moved to NYC after graduation, and signed with Lucille DiCampli Artist Representation.
Alexis worked with choreographer and former Rockette Tara Memi in the Broadway Dance Center premier showcase, made her professional debut dancing aboard Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas in Showgirl and Ballroom Fever, and last holiday season she was cast in Christmas in the Air at MGM’s luxury resort, the Beau Rivage.
Abby began dancing at the age of two at a competitive dance studio in Minnesota where she instantly fell in love. Trained in ballet, hip hop, jazz, tap, theater and contemporary, Abby won several awards and scholarships at competitions and conventions growing up. At 17, she moved to NYC to study at Joffrey Ballet School in the Jazz and Contemporary Trainee Program. She continued her training in New York with the Peridance Capezio Center’s Certificate Program with a Commercial Track focus, Rockettes Summer Intensives, and classes at Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway.
She currently resides in Manhattan and is represented by The Movement Talent Agency. She's performed in New York Fashion Week at both The Manhattan Center and Sony Hall; The Cuban with Rumbamena Dance Company as a soloist, The Nutcracker at Peridance Capezio Center; Table of Silence at Lincoln Center; and The Holiday Train show for NYBG with American Circus Theater. Modeling credits include EyeBuyDirect, Brilli, and New York Fashion Week. She is also on the judging faculty for Starbound National Dance Competition, and is grateful to have the opportunity to do what she loves on a daily basis.
Claire Christine Sargenti is an interdisciplinary artist, activist, and healer. She received her formal training at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City, earning her the title of “Classically Trained Rebel,” for her bold works that break boundaries and cross genre lines. She served as the founder, director and choreographer for the contemporary collaborative company New Bridges Ballet and performed as the edgy-gritty-sexy character the Metal Ballerina with NYC’s underground heavy metal band Fear of None and the multitalented burlesque troupe La Bella Roma.
When a chronic illness related injury prematurely ended her career as a ballet dancer and threatened her ability to walk, Claire turned to other performative and visual art forms as a creative and professional outlet. She wrote, produced and performed the 12 character solo show Interludes: A New (Orleans) Play with live music by Darrell Smith and the Interludes Jazz Orchestra and directed by Gregory Allan Bock. Interludes performed from coast to coast in prestigious international fringe festivals, winning the coveted Spirit of The Fringe award from the New York International Fringe Festival and was the first straight play to perform at the legendary club 54 Below. Claire’s visual art can be seen through her photography and writing project Self Portrait of a Solo Artist and through PussyPussy, a feminist collaborative art show with one of her best friends Eunice Wong. Claire’s art and activism go one step further with her feminist brand True Nature Child with some of her more notable creations being Origin, the world’s largest spinning vagina sculpture and Vagina Book of which she is both the author and illustrator, as well as through her multi-city protest art and wheatpaste project entitled Paleo Street Art. Inspired by the alternative healing modalities that helped her find her way back to health after the end of her ballet career, Claire seeks to share the wisdom and practices she has learned along the way with anyone else in need of healing. Ultimately, she believes that the purpose of art and healing are one in the same.