Nick Duckworth is an actor living and working in the Washington, DC area. His most recent credits include A Breakup Is Swift, which was named ‘Best of the 2016 Capital Fringe’ and will be touring in San Francisco early next year; Shelter at Arena Stage; as well as Safe as Houses and Abarat performed with Pinky Swear Productions at the Kennedy Center’s Page-to-Stage Festival. He has also appeared in local films Thirst and Uncle George, plus Investigative Discovery’s Evil Kin. Nick studied Linguistics and Theatre at UC San Diego and has trained at DC’s own Studio Theatre Conservatory.
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Elizabeth Floyd is delighted to be making her Wheel debut with At Sea, Staring Up. She is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of The Wheel Theatre Company along with Jack Read. A recent transfer to the DMV area, Elizabeth studied Shakespeare at Elon University and the London Dramatic Academy. Her favorite roles include: Lucid Nightmares (Emily), Nunsense (Sister Mary Leo), Naomi in the Living Room (Johnna), and Richard III (Queen Elizabeth). When she is not sailing across the world in At Sea, Elizabeth is the Digital and Social Media coordinator for The National Memorial Day Concert and A Capitol Fourth.