El Beh (Baker’s Wife) is a theater artist, musician, educator, mover and shaker in the Bay Area performance arena. She was last seen in the world premiere of Hundred Days at Z Space and is happy to return to San Francisco Playhouse where she played the Ten Little Indians Soloist/Cellist in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. She has been lucky enough to play with the likes of Magic Theatre, Mugwumpin, Shotgun Players, Z Space, detour dance, EmSpace Dance, Center Rep, Townhall Theatre, Erika Chong Shuch Performance Project, Symmetry Theatre, Pacific Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Playhouse, Boxcar Theatre, PianoFight Productions, and Woman’s Will among others. El has her BA in Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies from UC Berkeley. Her work can next be seen as part of Mugwumpin 10 in July, after which she will be composing for and appearing in a world premier by detour dance in the fall and playing Emily in Our Town with Shotgun Players this winter. Immense gratitude to the Playhouse fam for having the faith and all the love and thanks to Mads, Icky, MyWy, Bethula and the Behs.
Ian DeVaynes (Boy) is excited to return to the Playhouse in this magical production with this wonderfully talented cast and crew. He recently appeared as Marky in Jerusalem. Ian was born in Brooklyn and now lives in San Francisco. He is almost 11 and just completed fifth grade at Holy Name School. He began performing and showing his passion for the stage while in pre-school. He enjoys acting, dancing and singing. Ian has attended A.C.T.’s Young Conservatory and has performed in A.C.T.’s production of A Christmas Carol for the past two years. He also has a passion for sports with baseball being his favorite. In fact, he just played on two teams that made it into their Championship Games.