Mr. Krivan has been in our orbit since the very first performance of our inaugural show, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which he had attended as a guest. He became part of the Dark Side of Saturn family shortly thereafter as part of the cast of Key of E, which debuted at the 2013 Orlando Fringe Festival. Following the tremendous success of this project at the Festival, Mr. Krivan reprised his Key of E role during the revival later in 2013 at The Venue, and returned for a third time when Key of E played in New York City as part of the 2014 Frigid Festival. 

Before we had even returned home from New York,  the next project was already underway in which Mr. Krivan would play the part of Austin in Sam Shepherd's True West directed by Kevin Becker. This deliciously chaotic family drama had all too brief runs at the Orlando Shakespeare Center as well as the Bay Street Theatre in Eustis. Not to be deterred by family drama, Mr. Krivan re-teamed with his True West brother, Corey Volence, in 2015 for an original collection of vignettes entitled Realms of the Untold. 

As 2015 wound down, work had begun ramping up in preparation for our most ambitious show yet, another original work by Mr. Volence entitled Space. In addition to performing his duties as Commander Copeland, the captain of the Genesis IV, Mr. Krivan went above and beyond the traditional responsibilities of a performer and his contributions earned an Associate Producer credit for his tremendous contributions to the production. To say that Mr. Krivan impacted audiences with his portrayal of Commander Copeland throughout the inaugural run of Space at the 2016 Orlando Fringe Festival as well as the 2017 Orlando Fringe Winter Mini-Fest, would be a major understatement. 



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