Caroline Bloom is from Northampton, Massachusetts where she began acting and playing piano at a young age. She is a graduate of the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU where she studied at the Atlantic Theater Company and Stonestreet Studios for Film and Television. Most recently she went on a theater-in-education tour all around Italy for 5 months. She is half French and speaks fluent French and Italian. Caroline is core member since 2010. Visit

Ivette Dumeng was born in Brooklyn, NY. Favorite theater credits include: The Big Funk, (Nylon Fusion) The Monkey Show by John P. Shanley (LABrynth Theatre). She has appeared in various TV commercials including McDonalds and Verizon, as well as campaigns for Goldman Sachs and  Zappos including a variety of magazines. She is a Terry Schreiber alumni. She is co-founder of Nylon Fusion  with Elliot Joseph.

photoKyle DeSpiegler – New York Theater: LUFT GANGSTER (Austin Pendleton), WOMAN IS A SECRET (LAByrinth Theatre Co.), TOUCH ME IN KANSAS (The American Laboratory), ZARPS, OCCUPY HALLMARK, THE WILDERNESS, YOUTH HOSTEL (Nylon Fusion Theatre Co.) Regional Theatre: GREEN EYES, MACBETH, KING LEAR (The Performance Kitchen) TV: THE CARRIE DIARIES (CWTV) Member since 2012

1346726854Alex C. Ferrill is a native of Colorado and a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado.  Favorite theatre credits include: Incendiary Agents (Nylon Fusion), Miss Evers Boys, An Ideal Husband (Red Fern Theatre Co.), and Picasso at the Lapin Agile.  Film credits: Hey Diddle Diddle, Up The Hill, Doorman and Eat Me.  He is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA & AEA.  Visit- Member since 2011.

Galit Sperling is an NYU/Tisch alumna, actor, singer, and dancer. Currently, Galit is a proud resident actor of Nylon Fusion Collective and Carnival Girls Productions. She was last seen in CG’s production of No Fault at the Kraine Theatre. Galit has performed at numerous theatres in New York including the Abingdon Theatre and Metropolitan Playhouse. With Nylon, Galit has played Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Queen Isabella in Fuente Ovejuna. She serves as the Director of Education for Little Village Playhouse, a non-profit youth theatre company in Pleasantville, NY. Nylon Fusion member since 2009.

Jacob Troy is from Woodstock, New York, where he began acting, writing, and directing at a young age, as well as training in the Lee Strasberg method with a teacher from that institute. Since graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, where he studied drama and filmmaking, Jacob has worked professionally on stage, on screen, and on Wall Street. He has played many of Shakespeare’s characters throughout the U.S. on tour, regionally, and Off-Broadway. His original work has been selected to appear in the New York International Fringe Festival, and featured on CNN. Jacob plays in sketch comedy for sites like and in award winning independent films, most recently starring in a feature shot on location in Patagonia, Argentina. He currently resides in Brooklyn and regularly performs in original radio plays before live studio audiences there. Member of Nylon Fusion Collective since 2009.

Kaitlin Springston (Resident Stage Manager) is a member of the Stage Managers’ Association and an equity membership candidate. She is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo’s Theatre Arts program and the Hangar Theatre Stage Management Internship program. NYC credits include productions with the NyLon Fusion Collective, as well as The Woman Standing on the Moon for Spica 8 Productions and Spark with The Nightborn.

Lori Kee (Resident Director) For Nylon Fusion Collective: Tennessee (world premiere) by John Patrick Shanley (GF), Real Story by Sharon Talbot (GF), Couples Therapy by Matthew Growley, Pretty Fucking Perfect by Cassie Seinuk,  Paper Dragon – by Alisha Silver (MTS). Other recent NYC credits: Death, it Happens… (USM)* audience award, Welcome to Television by Christine Toy Johnson (TGB-FAB),  It’s 3:45 am? That’s Absurd. by Michael Birch  (Red Room), Bricken Sparacino’s: I’m Not Sure I liked the Way You Licked Me (MTS, USM) Are We Freaks (Kraine); Tanforan by Christine Toy Johnson, The Experiment by Bella Poynton, Why  byAndrea Kuchlewska (all TBG); Old Places  by Elisa Abatsis (Naked Stages);;  CJ Ehrlich’s: Tuesdays in the Park (American Globe), Homespun Webs (WAHC); & Male Man (Medicine Show)* award for best direction. Everything Will Be Alright  by Tariq Hamami, Through the Looking Glass  (both BMCC).

David Triacca is a professional actor, director and acclaimed acting coach. Both current and former award-­‐winning students are now television series regulars, act on Broadway, and perform in major motion pictures. He has worked with such notable actors including Adrian Brody, John Leguizamo, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth, John Turturro, Mary Louis Parker, Kevin Spacey and Jennifer Aniston. David is also a produced writer as well as co-­‐founder and artistic director of the Groundworks Theatre Company, which performs original showcase productions that have been highly acclaimed by the industry both in New York and Los Angeles. Currently he is teaching private acting classes at the Manhattan Theatre Club.

Nikolitsa Boutieros (Resident Photographer) Nikolitsa is a versatile photographer with an array of experience in “live” photography. She has been Nylon’s Photographer since its inception in 2007.