Angela's film work includes Strange Girls, Flesh, Orange
Bestiality, A Gothic Romance, and small part in Academy
Award winner Alex Gibney's documentary Gonzo: The Life
and Works of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson. Upcoming projects
include the web-series The Pole and the film Crustacean with
Irena Belle Films. She is a member of the Actors' Gang
Theater where she has performed in several plays including A
Christmas Carol, Drums in the Night, Love's Labor's Lost,
Blood! Love! Madness!, Tartuffe, The Mysteries, Little,
Alagazam, and Mephisto. As a playwright, her family-
friendly adaptations of Shakespearean classics Pericles on the
High Seas and Titus the Clownicus were produced at the
Actors' Gang, as well as her play Little. Upcoming
productions include King Lear of Boomtown and her naughty
adaptation of A Christmas Carol, which she will also direct.
Angela received her MFA in playwriting from UCLA and her
BA in theater and religious studies from Occidental College.
Jordana began in the theatre at the tender of age of 8, when she and her twin sister Angela landed the coveted roles of the
Lullaby League in The Wizard of Oz at the Petaluma
Community Theatre. It was a whirlwind of success for such a
young girl, but she kept her head, and was able to get into
University of CA-San Diego. After receiving her degree in
Theater, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. She
recently completed the role of Daphne in Hobgoblins 2 and
starred opposite her sister in Little at the Actors' Gang.
Playing the role of "Oyo" is talented emerging actor Andre
Rice. Andre made his first film appearance in 2002, playing the
little brother to the title character in Amalia Zarranz's award
winning short Tall Girl. Andre also made a featured appearance
on TV's Judging Amy (episode "Accountability" 2004).
MICHAEL GILBERT ("Max") Michael Gilbert has tread
the boards in numerous plays such as The Merchant of
Venice, The Rivals, and The Valiant, in his early days with
the American Theatre Wing, and more recently, in
productions such as An Inspector Calls, The Forced
Marriage, Dark of the Moon, MacBeth, Philadelphia Story
and Twelfth Night to name but a few.
KASEY DALEY- ("Marcy") Kasey is a graduate of the
American Musical and Dramatic Academy, some favorite stage
roles include Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), For Whom the
Southern Belle Tolls (Amanda), A Midsummer's Night
Dream (Helena). A proud member of Saturday Players, a New
York City based theater troupe, sheco-produced and played
Polly Pry in the NYC premier of Cannibal! The Musical!
FAYE PORTER ("Mrs. Warhola") Faye Porter is a Ford
Model and has appeared in dozens of print ads, industrials and
commercials for companies such as Goodyear, Kmart,
Smuckers, and Chemical Bank. Her theater work includes
The Diviners, Night Watch, Wish You Weren't Here, and
The Comfort of Someplace Warm.
ADRIENNE WEHR ( "Dr. Jessica Karp") As a performer,
Adrienne Wehr works in film, television, radio, print, and on
stage. Film performance credits include Disney's Inspector
Gadget, Kevin Smith's Dogma, & multi-award winning indie
The Bread, My Sweet (aka: A Wedding for Bella) which she
also produced. She was recently honored for her achievements
in the arts as one of "40 Under 40" by Pittsburgh Magazine.
JOANNA LOWE ("Beth the social worker") Joanna Lowe is
a Theatre and Writing graduate of Geneva College and has
performed all over the Pittsburgh area as well as Michigan on
stage. Some of her film credits include Three with Ambulance
Productions, L'Attente with Dpress productions, Dreaming By
Strobelight with Daemonsong Productions, and is currently
starring in the web series Dead Patrol. She has done several
commercials both local and network, founded her own
production company, Cup-A-Jo Productions, in 2004, is a
director, teacher, playwright, and published poet.
ALEM BRHAN SAPP ("Jamal") Alem Brhan cut his teeth on
the New York stage in such productions as Playboy of the
West Indies, Homegrown, Romeo and Juliet, You Can Come
Home, A Soldier's Play, and others. He was trained in the
classics at Oxford University at The British American Drama
Academy. His film work includes such major releases as The
Royal Tenenbaums, How High, and Caveman's Valentine.
He recently finished his first turn as the Moor in Othello for Los
Angeles' Shakespeare by the Sea and is currently working on his one man show about the search for himself in the face of
familial loss and early fatherhood, You Play Too Much.
MERITT LATIMORE- ("Delores") Meritt Marie Latimore
started acting at the age of 14. She attended Carnegie Mellon's
pre-college program and was hooked for life. She went on to
Ohio University and became an acting major, changed
her concentration to playwriting, and graduated with a BFA in
1999. She also attended the British American Drama Academy
in London. She has worked with the Pittsburgh Public Theatre,
Kuntu Repertory Theater, Prime Stage Theatre, to name just a
few. She was seen in the movie Playhouse as a zombie and a
reporter. She snagged the lead female role in the short film
Opposition, directed by Scott Wohlstein.

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