"Tina" to be portrayed by Ithica Tell
FauxMeme Productions proudly announces Ithica Tell in the role of "Tina" in Losing Addison.
Ithica Tell, who plays "Tina" in Losing Addison, is a critically acclaimed artist who has been featured in myriad performances in the Portland arts community over the last 18 years, from commercial work to film to stage. She was most recently seen onstage in Broadway Rose's presentation of Gypsy, alongside Kelly Sina, who plays "Young Sarah Jane McCubbin" in Losing Addison.
Her award-winning turn as "Judas" in Jesus Christ Superstar, in addition to parts ranging from the title role in Harlequino: On to Freedom, to the "Blue Fairy" in the award-winning presentation of Pinocchio by Tear of Joy Theatre, showcase Ithica's diversity on stage. She has don everything from puppetry to opera.
Classically trained at Southern Oregon University and the University of Hawaii–Hilo, Ithica has given many critically acclaimed Shakespearean performances in Portland, including as "Beatrice" in Willamette Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, as well as "Witch #1" in Macbeth and the title role in Post 5 Theatre's Othello. Ithica has also appeared in many Joy of Clown shows, voiceovers, and touring puppet shows. She also fronts the band The Bindle Punks.
You may have also seen Ithica on television in Grimm, the Librarians, several Oregon Lottery commercials; on the Web in The Benefits of Gusbandry; and in Intel print advertising. She can also be heard as the voice of "Alice" in a Nike cartoon called the Sports Knowledge Underground, or SKU.
Ithica is delighted to be appearing in Losing Addison, and to have found the love of her life, Ethan.