Season Two Guests
Episode 7: Hand to God
Johanna Dunphy (She/Her) is a performer and educator. She holds a BA in Theater Arts from Richmond, The American International University in London, and an MFA in Acting from the University of Tennessee. Favorite roles include, Catherine in Proof, The Snake in The Little Prince, Belinda in Noises Off, and Agnes in Agnes of God. Her focus in theater has always been movement. From Yoga to Corporal Mime, Suzuki to circus. She loves teaching it as much as she loves doing it. If there’s a physical challenge out there, Johanna tends to find it.
Puppetry was never a part of the plan but early in her career she was hired as an intern with a puppet company that changed everything. Once you’re a puppet person, you’re a puppet person for life! Through that internship she learned how to design, build, perform and teach puppetry and has been doing those things ever since.
Johanna has taught theater in Tennessee at The University of Tennessee, in Connecticut at The University of Hartford, in Pennsylvania at West Chester University, The community college of Philadelphia, and most recently at Villanova University.
Episode 12: The Rover
Colin A Borden began his career as an actor in Philadelphia before setting his sights on writing and directing for motion pictures. He has directed for stage and screen, live action and animation, including The Herd [as featured on ALTER], Scary Finger, Shotgun, Abigail & the Pearl Theives, and Hollywood Boulevard staring Mark Boone Junior (for Unbridled Books) and several episodes of the award-winning webseries, Thank You, 5 [available on Amazon Prime]. He co-wrote the multi award-winning The Carrier, starring Rita Wilson and Anna Paquin, and his
feature-length screenplay The Chronicles of Houghington has placed in international competitions and garnered the attention of The Black List.
As an actor he has tackled such favorites as Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Philip Marlowe in The Big Sleep of Philip Marlowe, Mortimer in Arsenic & Old Lace, and David O. Selznick in Moonlight and Magnolias, among others on stage, and can be seen in a recurring role on the hit AMC show Better Call Saul, and as a regular company member of the massive viral hit Dhar Mann with over 30 Billion views.
Mr. Borden is proud member of the Screen Actor’s Guild and is represented by Ross Grossman at Affinity Artists Agency. He currently lives with his wife, kids, and dog wherever they are needed.