Our Cast and Crew
Meet your riffers and the people who give them something to say!
Charles Nathan Hagy
Charles is a student of many arts. Among them, the manly, the dark, and the vulgar. We'll let him tell you more about them when he sends in his bio.
Elizabeth Choate Miller
Actor, singer, dancer, and rhythm guitar player, Elizabeth Choate Miller wears a coat of many colors!
Performing is her passion while Investments and Finance are her pastime. In 2002 Elizabeth Choate Miller made her film debut as a special guest in C. Glen William’s Fumbling with the Blues. Recently entered in the Virginia Film Festival for a co-starring role in David Radford’s film Rewind, she has also made a return to the stage in “The Wizard of Oz” as Glinda the Good Witch of the North. Elizabeth Choate Miller was awarded Best Actress in the South Carolina Theater Association for the Lower Region for her leading role in “Baby with the Bathwater”. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Speech Communications with a concentration in Theater (minor in Finance) from East Tennessee State University and a MBA in Finance from King College. www.imdb.me/elizabethchoate
C. Glen Williams
Actor, comedian, storyteller and writer, C. Glen Williams is a founding member of The Kids on the Street and has single-handedly tackled failed TV pilots as well as educational short subjects on holiday manners and selling beer to minors. No! I mean not selling beer to minors!
He is also the co-creator (with actress Amy Tallmadge) and producer of a pilot for "Suspiria's Rent-Free House of Horrors," which will be seeking financing for an online release soon.
His all-audiences play, The Mouser's Tales, was a selection of the 2004 Got Theater? Project's festival of children's plays.
The Kids' Auxiliary
There are people out there who are Kids, even though they can't always be with us. We love them, however -- and we know that we can always count on them to help us out when we need an extra little something. That's why we're proud to call them members of The Kids on the Street Auxiliary.
Kristy is a very cool person, and you can hear her very first time out with the Kids when you listen to us riff Arthur H. Smith's "The Mirror." We would tell you more, but we don't have a full bio from Kristy yet.
Ethan joined the Kids just in time to help us handle Arthur H. Smith's "The Mirror," working behind the scenes as a writer. He's a very funny fellow, but we'd love to have him tell you that in his own words. So as soon as we get a bio from him, you can read it here.
Also, Ethan isn't really a cat. We just don't have a photo of him that we can use.
Maria does some very cool stuff. Like bellydancing. Maybe she'll mention that when she gets her bio to us.
Amy Tallmadge Kreissl
Amy was born and raised in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. Being Canadian pretty much solidifies her status as "awesome". Amy attended East Tennessee State University and performed in many shows there and appeared in a few student films. In 2003, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech with a concentration in Theatre.
Amy has worked for various companies, most of the time as an actress/singer, including Barter Theatre (as a wardrobe intern), Theatre IV, Dollywood, the Arkansas Arts Center, and Murry's Dinner Playhouse. Amy has also appeared in several short films - "Jonesy and the Wayne", "Hold, Please", "Greener", "LOLz", and the pilot episode for "Suspiria's Rent-Free House of Horrors" (for which Glen gives her a co-creator credit, but really, all she did was dress trampy and stick her leg out for the camera).
Recently, Amy has done extra work on various productions in the Atlanta area. She was also cast in the short film "Milo & Barbara", which is currently in post-production. Amy continues to pursue theatre, television, film and print work in the Atlanta area.