Meet The Cast of
You Should Be Worried
Julia Blauvelt is originally from the Berkshires and writes about growing up there kind of a lot. As a playwright, she received her first production in 2021 at New Normal Rep. Her plays have been workshopped at Orchard Project (Performance Lab Residency 2021), and a finalist for the WP Theater Playwrights Lab, Neukom Playwriting Award, and the New Voices Award. Her pilots have been workshopped at the Athena Film Festival Writers Lab 2021, and a finalist for Cineqest, CineStory Foundation, Filmmatic Comedy Award, and NYU's Fusion Film Festival. MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU Tisch (Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Scholarship & Graduate Award for T.V. Writing).
Lindsay Carpenter is a director and writer. She directed "Proof" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Barnyard Theatre's production of Things That Fall. Her play “Our Black Death: Plagues, Turnips, and Other Romantic Gestures” was produced by Taffety Punk and Unicorn Theatre. Lindsay is a co-founder of Ghost Ship Murder Mysteries, which combines interactive theatre with role playing games. She was a staff writer on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s (CBC) award winning web series “Amours d’occasion”. She graduated from NYU Tisch’s Dramatic Writing MFA Program. www.lindsaycarpenter.com
Past Julia Blauvelt: F.I.R.E. and The Two Hander (New Normal Rep). Off-Broadway/NYC: Can You Forgive Her? (Vineyard Theatre), Intimacy (The New Group), Card and Gift (Clubbed Thumb), Connected (59E59), Three Musketeers: 1941 (Project Y), On The Verge, A Splintered Soul. Regional: Joy and Pandemic (The Huntington), Sovereignty and Thomas and Sally (Marin), 4,000 Miles and You Will Remember Me (Hudson Stage), Visitors and The Screenwriter’s Daughter (MV Playhouse) Actually, The Wolves, The Siegel, Twelfth Night. TV/Film: Phil Spector (HBO), The Affair (Showtime), Lie to Me (Fox), Knife Fight, Two-Bit Waltz, Addiction: A 60’s Love Story, I Am Michael, Pitching Tents.
Rudy Galvan (he/him) is a New York based actor originally from Chicago. New York: Stutter (Staged Reading with Roundabout Theatre), LAByrinth Theatre Barn Series, War Words (New York Rep), Stubborness and Bone (Arthouse Productions). Chicago: Uncle Bob, American Buffalo (Mary-Arrchie Theatre), Lord of the Flies (Steppenwolf Theatre), Private Lives, The Gentleman Caller (Raven Theatre) United Flight 232 (The House Theatre) and many others. Regional: Sweat (Asolo Rep). Film/TV: Chicago PD, Chicago Fire (NBC), Search Party (HBO Max), Slice (A24), Shameless (Showtime) and the infamous Megan is Missing. Representation: DDO Artists Agency, WEG Talent.
Aaron Matteson is excited and grateful to be acting in this new play. He is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College's Theatre Program as well as an alum of the Actors Theatre of Louisville Professional Training Company. Select past projects include F.I.R.E. (New Normal Rep), Becky Shaw (Centenary Stage) and The Outs (webseries). He's available at email@example.com.
Matthew Libby is a writer and actor based in Brooklyn. He is a 2022-2023 Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellow, Alliance/Kendeda winner, Neukom Award winner, two-time Princess Grace Award finalist, and three-time O’Neill Playwrights Conference semifinalist, and his work has been produced and developed by theaters including Alliance Theatre, Northern Stage, Pioneer Theatre Company, The Kennedy Center, Theater Masters, The Barrow Group, The Road Theater Company, and others. As a TV writer, he's developing a pilot for Hulu with producer Beau Willimon. Matt studied cognitive science and creative writing at Stanford University, and received his MFA in dramatic writing from NYU Tisch.