KEVIN SPIRTAS | Brian Most recognized around the world as Dr. Craig Wesley from NBC’s Daytime Drama: Days of Our Lives, and the cult classic film sequels: Friday the 13th – Part VII: The New Blood, and Wes Craven’s: The Hills Have Eyes – Part II. Before departing the soap in 2000, Spirtas played his DAYS character opposite Matt LeBlanc’s Dr. Drake Ramory on FRIENDS: The One That Could Have Been- Part 1. Spirtas went on to win the 2016 Indie Series Award for Best Actor in a drama, (of which he also earned an Emmy nomination) for his role as Dominic Delacorte on the digital drama series: Winterthorne. Some of Spirtas’ Broadway credits include: A Chorus Line, Meet Me In St. Louis, and Hairspray, and The Boy From Oz (Stand-by for Hugh Jackman). After running into Days Of Our Lives alum, Michael Slade in a New York gym, the two set out to create the critically acclaimed, 6 x Emmy Award Winning Digital Drama Series: After Forever. In 2019, while After Forever – Season 1 went on to make history by becoming the most Emmy-awarded LGBTQ-themed drama series on any platform, Spirtas won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Drama, along with 3 additional Emmys wins that he shares with Slade for Outstanding Digital Drama Series 2019 and Outstanding Writing Team for a Digital Drama 2019 and 2020.


MITCHELL ANDERSON | Jason In 2002, after a nearly 20 year acting career, Mitchell Anderson left show business. He moved to Atlanta and trained as a chef, opening his own restaurant, MetroFresh, in the fall of 2005. He comes out of a 15 year “retirement” to create the role of Jason Addams in After Forever. He is best known on TV for Doogie Howser, MD and Party of Five, Richard Carpenter in The Karen Carpenter Story, and on film, Relax, It’s Just Sex. Anderson earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Drama for his work on AFTER FOREVER Season 1

DAVID DEAN BOTTRELL | Paul #2 David Dean Bottrell has played many guest star and recurring roles on shows like “Modern Family,” “The Blacklist,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Longmire,” “Rectify,” “Mad Men,” “Justified,” “True Blood,” “Bones,” “Castle,” “Criminal Minds,” “NCIS,” “iCarly” and “Boston Legal” to name just a few. He’s worked off-Broadway, performed one-man shows and written screenplays for Hollywood studios like Fox Searchlight, MTV Films, Paramount and Disney among others. His first book, WORKING ACTOR: Breaking in, Making a Living, and Making a Life in the Fabulous Trenches of Show Business” was just published by Random House/Ten Speed Press.

BILL BROCHTRUP | Frank Bill Brochtrup is best known for his 10-year run as cheerful police administrative aide John Irvin on ABC’s Emmy Award-winning “NYPD Blue” (SAG Award Nomination) and a five season stint as savvy police psychologist Dr. Joe on TNT’s “Major Crimes.” He has appeared on numerous stages in New York and Los Angeles where he is Artistic Director of Antaeus Theatre Company. Films include Life as We Know It, He’s Just Not That into You, Ravenous. Other television credits include series regular roles on ABC’s Total Security and CBS’ Public Morals and recurring roles on Showtime’s Shameless and digital drama Kendra

ERIN CHERRY | Brenda Emmy Award Winner Erin Cherry received her M.F.A. in acting from Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts. She portrays Brenda on the Emmy Award winning show After Forever (Amazon Prime) and is the producer and host of Sunday’s With A Cherry on Top which is a health and lifestyle show on Black Culture (You Tube). Cherry is also a private acting coach and acting teacher at Maggie Flanigan Studio in New York City. You can find her on twitter @cherryacts and on Instagram @Sundayswithacherryontop.


FINN DOUGLAS | Riley Finn Douglas (Riley) is a native New Yorker, and a Film, TV, and Theatre actor. Finn is the first child to perform a solo musical, OFF-Broadway in Inner Voices: The Costume directed by Noah Himmelstein, and music director Deborah Abramson, Other Theatre credits include: The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, (Ben), A Man’s World, (Kiddie Ware), School of Rock (Broadway Promotional Team), The Game by Eric Kornfeld, Music by John McDaniel, directed by Tom Caruso (Max), Knoxville – Reading and Workshop by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, directed by Frank Galati, (Rufus). Film credits include: Lemon, (Landon), Fill Your Heart With French Fries (Xavier), TV and Web credits: Tot Cop on Nick Jr, (Tot Cop), House of Cards Seasons 4 + 5, (Charlie Conway), Thanksgiving, (Noah), The Black List (Ethan). Finn is a singer, pianist, composer, and dancer. He trains exclusively at Garden Street School of the Performing Arts where he studies music, dance, and theatre arts. He actively performs in NYC as part of Ben Cameron’s Broadway Sessions, including the ten year anniversary special. Finn is honored to be part of the Emmy Award winning series, After Forever, and dedicates his performance to children growing up in the loving homes of all different types of families. @FinnDouglasActor

WYATT FENNER | Luca (Season 2) Wyatt Fenner is thrilled to join “After Forever”. Wyatt has worked with Terrence McNally, Michael Kahn, Moisés Kaufman, Darko Tresnjak, Samuel D. Hunter, Bert V. Royal, and Steve Yockey, among others. Television includes “Bones”, “Veronica Mars”, and the final season of “Gotham”. Graduate of the University of Southern California. @wyattfenner for more.

ANITA GILLETTE | Frannie Anita Gillette has had a lengthy and varied career in theatre, film, television, and cabaret. Highlights of her theatre career include 14 Broadway shows such as Gypsy, Cabaret and Chapter Two, and a Tony Nom. In film, Moonstruck with Cher; Shall We Dance with Richard Gere; Boys On The Side with Whoopi; and She’s The One, with Jennifer Anniston. In television, Quincy opposite Jack Klugman; 50 Tonight shows with Carson; Normal, Ohio, with John Goodman; 100 Pyramid game shows, with Dick Clark; and After Forever, Emmy Nom. In cabaret, Birdland, Don’t Tell Mama, Feinstein’s 54Below, Feinsteins @ Nikko, and Crazy Coqs and Pheasantry in London.

CHRISTOPHER J. HANKE | Stefan (Season 2) Christopher is an actor, writer/director, and sometimes host. He stars in the upcoming 2020 feature film, Breaking Fast, and plays alongside Patti Lupone, Glenn Close, Cynthia Enrivo and Jon Cameron Mitchell in smash hit new musical podcast, Anthem, penned by JCM. On Broadway, Christopher’s credits include How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying…(Bud Frump); Rent (Mark), Cry-Baby (Baldwin) and In My Life (JT). Other NYC standouts: the Jon Tolins’ hit one-man comedy, Buyer & Cellar; Perfect Arrangement at Primary Stages; starred as Claude in the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of Hair. Hanke played Tommy Boatwright in The Normal Heart directed by George C. Wolfe. Television credits include: 3 seasons as Devon on Odd Mom Out (BRAVO); recurring on sitcom Kevin Can Wait (CBS); Fabian in the last season of Devious Maids; series regular Ryan Abbot, Three Rivers (CBS); recurring as Stuart on HBOs Big Love; guest starred on Nashville, Major Crimes, The Client List, Brothers & Sisters, & Younger. Hanke can also be seen in the upcoming new miniseries for HBO, I Know This Much Is True, opposite Mark Ruffalo and Imogen Poots.

CADY HUFFMAN | Lisa Cady Huffman is a Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award winner for her performance in The Producers on Broadway. Her other Broadway credits are her Tony-nominated performance as Ziegfeld’s Favorite in THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES, THE NANCE, the original production of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, CHICAGO, STEEL PIER, DAME EDNA: THE ROYAL TOUR and Bob Fosse’s last original musical BIG DEAL. She has had recurring roles on television on Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Good Wife, One Life to Live and Blue Bloods as well as guest starring appearances including Younger, Madam Secretary, Master of None, Difficult People, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: CI, Law & Order: Trial By Jury, Frasier and Mad About You. She spent 10 seasons as a judge on Iron Chef America. Cady was nominated for an Emmy Award for her work on the digital series AFTER FOREVER, for which she won the 2018 IAWT Award. She created and stars in her own digital series titled CADY DID, which will be released in the near future. @CadyHuffman

PETER KIM | Peter Peter Kim is an actor, producer and activist in New York City. He recently starred in “Wild Goose Dreams” at The Public Theater and has also appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway and regionally. Film/TV credits include The God Committee (upcoming), Cubby (upcoming), Saturday Church (2017 Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award), The English Teacher, Margin Call, Sex and the City, Hackers, “After Forever” (Amazon), “Chicago Med”, “Louie”, “Mercy”, “Ugly Betty”, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”. As Associate Producer of NAATCO (National Asian American Theatre Company), the company has received two OBIE awards, a Drama League Award nomination and two New York Times Critics’ Pick for their productions. He is a Steering Committee member of AAPAC (Asian American Performers Action Coalition), an organization that collects and releases annual statistics on the ethnic representation of Broadway and Off-Broadway casts. He is also a Lecturer in Theater at Princeton University and the co-creator of the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway comedy, “SIDES: The Fear is Real…”. He holds an MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama, a BFA from New York University and is the recipient of theLilah Kan Red Socks Award.

ROBERT EMMET LUNNEY | Andrew Robert Emmet Lunney is an actor/playwright. He starred in season one of “The Exorcist” for Fox Television and has appeared extensively on and off Broadway. His play, “Famous Blue Raincoat,” was a finalist for the 2015 Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference after being developed and work-shopped with Naked Angels (NYC). “For Nina,” twice a semifinalist for the O’Neill, was featured at Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2019 Fridays@3 reading series. “An Occurrence At Yankee Stadium,” an absurdist dark comedy, has had developmental readings with Manhattan Class Company, and the Lark Play Development Center (NYC). “Cannon Beach” is a detective noir. “When You Wake” (screenplay) is a father/son story of love and loss, as well as a demonic thriller. Performing highlights: Tobias in Edward Albee’s “A Delicate Balance” (Broadway); Michael in Brian Friel’s “Dancing At Lughnasa” (Broadway); Atticus in “To Kill A Mockingbird” (Ford’s Theater/D.C.); Howard Barker’s solo poem, “Gary, The Thief” (World Premier/Potomac Theatre Project/NYC); Ball in Mr. Barker’s “Victory” (PTP/NYC); Roy Cohn in Tony Kushner’s “Angels In America” (Guest Artist/University of Alabama). Robert Has appeared extensively on television, guest-starring in “Blindspot,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” and “Law & Order.” He is director of the Barker Project, a loose affiliation of theater artists, founded on the principle that argument and entertainment need not be mutually exclusive.

MICHAEL McELROY | Clifford (Season 2) Michael McElroy is a 2019 Special Tony Honor award as founder and director of Broadway Inspirational Voices. Michael’s credits include: Broadway: Sunday in the Park with George (2017 revival with Jake Gyllenhaal), Next to Normal, RENT, The Wild Party, Big River (Tony nomination 2004, Drama Desk nomination) The Who’s Tommy, Miss Saigon, Patti LuPone on Broadway, High Roller Social Pleasure Club., HAIR (Encores). Michael also performed with the New York Philharmonic in Candide at Lincoln Center which was taped for PBS. His National Tour credits include: Next to Normal, Rent, Big River (LA Ovation nomination), and SARAFINA. On film Michael is featured in Rent Live on Broadway, Romance and Cigarettes, Stonewall and on television in season two of Amazon series After Forever, Cantebury Law, Love Monkey, All My Children, Spin City, Michael Jackson Concert, 2002 Grammy’s and the 2000 as well as 2014 Tony Awards performing with Sting.

MIKE McGOWAN | David Mike’s Television/Internet credits include Law and Order, Madam Secretary, Blindspot, The Good Fight, Time After Time, After Forever, Deadbeat, & Delocated. His film credits include Here and Now (opposite Renee Zellweger), Blood Bound (Richard LeMay, director), & Big Words. Mike’s Broadway credits include The Book of Mormon, The Producers, The Apple Tree, Ragtime, Grease, & Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Off-Broadway he’s done Joan of Arc, Macbeth, & Bernstein’s Mass (Carnegie Hall). His National Tour credits include The Book of Mormon, Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus. Regional: South Pacific (Emile, Paper Mill Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, Music Theater Wichita), A Little Night Music (Carl-Magnus, Huntington Theater), Master Class (Tony), Kiss Me Kate (Fred/Petruchio, Old Globe/Hartford Stage), The Sound of Music (Captain), MUD (Lloyd), & Life’s a Dream (Astolfo). Mike volunteers and serves on the board for the Doula Program to Accompany and Comfort, a non-profit that provides companionship for people facing the end of life alone (

JIM NEWMAN | Ron Jim’s Broadway credits include Hands On a Hardbody, Curtains, Minnelli on Minnelli, Steel Pier, Sunset Boulevard, & The Who’s Tommy. His encores include On a Clear Day You Can See Forever. His National Tours include Kiss Me Kate, Big!, & Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat with Donny Osmond. Jim’s Off-Broadway credits include Murder Ballad, Lucky Guy, Almost Heaven, Newsical!, & UP Against It (NYSF). Jim’s Television credits include After Forever, Daddyhunt, Hustling, The Tony Awards (1997 and 2007), & Hope and Faith, All My Children, & One Life to Live. His film credits include Love is Strange, Daddyhunt the Movie, Hiding in Daylight, & The Big Gay Musical. Jim is also the Cowboy in the internationally famous band Village People.

ERIN LEIGH PECK | Sofia Erin can currently be seen on TV in BILLIONS on Showtime and HAPPY on Syfi. Erin is thrilled to be returning to After Forever Season 2, after sharing the stage with AF star and creator Kevin Spirtas for two consecutive New York Musical Theatre Festival seasons, first as Frankie in LEGACY FALLS and later as Marjorie Meade in MR. CONFIDENTIAL, a role which earned Erin a 2014 Outstanding Performance Award. She has performed on Broadway (GREASE!; BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS; DANCE OF THE VAMPIRES), and Off Broadway (DISENCHANTED, I LOVE YOU YOU’RE PERFECT…; THE TOXIC AVENGER MUSICAL). Most recently, Erin was part of the original cast of the Broadway-bound “Flamingo Kid” at Hartford Stage. Erin is the busy mom of two extremely awesome kids.


MARY BETH PEIL | Helen (Season 2) Broadway: Anastasia (Tony, Drama Desk, & Outer Critics Award Nominations); Les Liaisons Dangereuses; The Visit; Follies; Women on the Verge…; Sunday in the Park…; Nine; The King and I (Tony nomination). Off-Broadway: many productions with Atlantic Theater (ensemble member and Obie winner); Cheever Evening, Later Life (Playwrights Horizon); First Ladies Suite (Transport Group); Sylvia (MTC); Hedda Gabler (NYTW); Road Show (NYCC Encores); Macbeth (Classic Stage Company). Regional: Hartford Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage, About Face, Long Wharf, Yale Rep, Kennedy Center. TV: “The Village” (Gwendolina); “Katy Keene” (Mrs. Lacey); “The Good Wife” (Jackie); “Dawson’s Creek” (Grams); “Law & Order: SVU”; “The Fringe.” Film: The Song Of Sway Lake, Here and Now, Collateral Beauty, The Contest, Mirrors, The List, Flags of Our Fathers, The Reagans, Stepford Wives, Odd Couple II.

JONATHAN RAYSON | Mark Broadway: Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour); A Year with Frog and Toad. National Tour: Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour); Legally Blonde. Off-Broadway: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Adrift in Macao. Regional: Next to Normal (Dan) at Pioneer, Arkansas Rep & Kauffman Center; Mary Poppins (Mr. Banks) at Gateway & Ogunquit; The Full Monty at Fulton & Maine State. TV: Buttons (in post-production). Jonathan’s solo CD, Shiny and New, is available on iTunes


SCOTT REDMOND | Geoffrey (Season 2) Scott Redmond is a New York-based actor, most recently seen at the Alliance Theatre as Ricky Potts in Ride the Cyclone. A graduate of the University of Connecticut with a BFA in Acting, recent NYC credits include Freedom Riders (NYMF) and Fat Kid Rules the World (Theatre Row)

JAMISON STERN | Paul #1 most recently starred as the evil but not so smart Mr. Tweed in the feature film Annabelle Hooper and the Ghosts of Nantucket (Netflix).You can also see him in My Bakery In Brooklyn (On Demand). Other film and TV credits include: Day Zero with Elijah Wood, LAW and ORDER, The Finger Lakes, The Entrepreneurs, and Joke Bitch. His Broadway and National Tour credits include By Jeeves (Bingo Little), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Palm Springs Who), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour/Orin), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere). In Regional Theatre across the country he has starred in NC Theatre’s: Into the Woods (Baker); Goodspeed’s: La Cage Aux Folles (Zaza); The Human Race Theatre Company’s: Torch Song Trilogy (Arnold); Fulton Theatre’s: Young Frankenstein (Frederic); and Theatre Aspen’s: Chapter Two and Putnam County Spelling Bee.


MICHAEL URIE | Daniel (Season 1) attended the Juilliard School in New York City and, in 2002, and won the prestigious John Houseman Prize for Excellence in Classical Theatre. Perhaps most recognized from Television’s: Ugly Betty. He also stared on The Good Wife, Modern Family, and Workaholics to name a few. Theatre audiences know him from Jonathan Tolin’s smash hit comedy: Buyer & Cellar (winner of 2013 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Solo Performance), The Temperamentals (Winner 2010 Theatre World Award & 2010 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Ensemble Performance), and Red Bull Theater’s acclaimed production of: The Government Inspector

LENNY WOLPE | Carl Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway, Wicked, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Sound of Music, Mayor, Into the Light, Copperfield, Onward Victoria. Off-Broadway: Old Jews Telling Jokes, Marry Harry, NY Spring Spectacular at Radio City. National Tours: Wicked, Little Shop, …Forum, Guys and Dolls, South Pacific. Recent regional: The Producers (Maltz Theatre), The Diary of Anne Frank (KC Rep), Presto Change-O (Barrington Stage), War of The Roses (Delaware Theatre). Regional: Show Boat (Goodspeed), Baker’s Wife, Gypsy (Papermill), McCarter, Cape Playhouse, Pasadena, Westport, Pioneer, MUNY, St Louis Rep, Denver Center, TUTS, Pittsburgh CLO, Sacramento, Hollywood Bowl. TV series regular: “Baby Talk,” “You’re the One.” Nearly 100 guest spots ranging from “LA Law,” “ER,” and “Six Feet Under” to “Roseanne,” “The Golden Girls” and “Chapelle’s Show.”

COLLEEN ZENK | Dr. Robbins (Season 1) is best known for her 3-time Emmy nominated role on “As The World Turns” where she portrayed “Barbara Ryan” for 32 years ’78-’10. She is a 2-time oral cancer survivor, National Spokesperson of the Oral Cancer Foundation, and the recipient of numerous humanitarian awards for her activism. Now in her 50th year as a professional actor, singer, dancer, Ms. Zenk continues to work in television, film, and her first love, theater. She lives in Manhattan and is the mother of a blended family of 6 grown-up children, some of whom are in show business.

ALMA CUERVO | Riley’s Unforgettable School Project Alma Cuervo is primarily a stage actress. Her Broadway credits include ON YOUR FEET, TITANIC, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, CABARET, THE HEIDI CHRONICLES, IS THERE LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?, GHETTO, and QUILTERS. She received an Obie for UNCOMMON WOMEN AND OTHERS and performed in the Signature Theatre premiere of AND THE CURTAIN RISES (by Michael Slade, Joseph Thalken and Mark Campbell). She is a Yale Drama School alumna and a frequent audiobook narrator.


GRAFTON DOYLE | Masseur (Season 1) is an actor, writer, and producer in Los Angeles. TV credits include: Walk the Prank (Disney) and The Chloe and Sage Chronicles (miniseries). Film: Tug of War (Philipp Hartmann), RegionRat (Grimster Pictures), and Wally’s Will (starring Linda Gray). Improv UCB team MOGWAI! and Sketch comedy Kung Fu Bitches! and Blonde Audition on YouTube. He also founded Pop Up Theater Inc! Theatre credits include: Three Days of Rain (Epsilon Theatre Co.), Spike Heels (Epsilon Theatre Co.), Becky Shaw (Pop Up), Pterodactyls (Pop Up), The American Plan (Academy of Art), The Cottage (Americana Theatre Co.), Give It Back (Atwater Playhouse), The Curious Savage (Mirror Theater Co.).

DAVID EVANS | Accompanist (Season 1) received a Drama Desk Nomination for his score for BIRDS OF PARADISE (written with Winnie Holzman and directed by Arthur Laurents. Other musicals include CHILDREN’S LETTERS TO GOD Off-Brodaway (with Doug Cohen and Stuart Hample), and LOVE COMICS (with Sarah Schlesinger), George Street Playhouse. An accomplished musical director and pianist as well, his credits include recent Broadway revivals of FLOWER DRUM SONG and BELLS ARE RINGING, MARIE CHRISTINE and HELLO AGAIN at Lincoln Center, and HELLO MUDDAH, HELLO FADDUH, SILLS AND COMPANY and AS THOUSANDS CHEER Off-Broadway. Currently Associate Conductor of the hit musical, WICKED.


EUGENE GWODZ | Accompanist (Season 2) Eugene, is from Fort Worth, Texas and is the Music Director/Arranger for the American Dance Machine 21. Was Musical Director and Arranger for the critically acclaimed Our Guy, CY, a musical concert tribute to Cy Coleman, starring Randy Graff, Cady Huffman, and Lillias White, The Chita Rivera Awards, The Jerome Robbins Awards honoring Chita Rivera, Harold Prince, and Stephen Sondheim. Music Director/Pianist for Anika Noni Rose, Donna McKechnie, Cady Huffman,Will Chase, Mandy Gonzalez, and Rachel York. He has worked with many Broadway stars including Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Chita Rivera, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Renee Goldsberry, Leslie Odom Jr., Stephanie J. Block, Patti Lupone, Lee Roy Reams, Billy Porter, Adam Pascal, Shirley Jones, Betty Buckley, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Nikki James, Victoria Clark, Kelli O’Hara, Norm Lewis, Megan Hilty, Kristin Chenowith, Laura Benanti, Melissa Errico, Karen Ziemba, James Monroe Iglehart, Tituss Burgess…To name a few.

ADAM HALPIN | Jeff (Season 1) Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen (Virtual Ensemble), Glory Days. Off-Broadway: Daddy Long Legs, Rent, Dogfight. National Tour: Kinky Boots, Rent. Favorite Regional: The Last 5 Years at Long Wharf, Triangle at Lyric Theatre of OK. Adam’s voice will be featured in the upcoming film The Greatest Showman starring Hugh Jackman. TV/Film: Quantico (ABC), Grind. Cast Recordings: Dear Evan Hansen, Dogfight, Glory Days, A Little Princess.

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HUGH HYSELL | Fred (Season 1) Recent New York stage credits include the 30th Anniversary cast of Perfect Crime, More Than All The World-The Epic Musical (Theater for the New City), My Big Gay Italian Wedding / Funeral (St. Luke’s), Crude The Musical (NYMF 2016) and Villain De Blanks (54 Below). TV: HBO’s Divorce (with Sarah Jessica Parker), TLC’s Suddenly Rich, NBC’s Law and Order. He can be seen in the award winning short films Jaded, Family Meeting and Food Therapy. Hugh is also a Tony Award winning producer for the 2012 smash hit play: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Other producing credits include: Peter and the Starcatcher and Six Degrees of Separation (2017).


LAURI LANDRY | Janet Television: INSTINCT (CBS/Pilot with Alan Cumming), SIMON & SIMON, TJ HOOKER, ANOTHER WORLD,Broadway: THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, ZOYA’S APARTMENT, National Tours: WEST SIDE STORY, THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER. When Lauri is not residing in New Hampshire raising her beautiful and talented 14 year old son, Lucas, you can find her and traveling the continent as an a licensed private pilot, snow skiing and scuba diving.

ANTHONY MICHAEL MARTINEZ | Adam (Season 2) OFF-BROADWAY: Romeo & Juliet (CSC), Heloise (TheatreRow), I’ll Be Damned (Vineyard Theatre), Restoration Comedy (The Flea Theater), Marat/Sade. REGIONAL: It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, All’s Well That Ends Well (Triad Stage); Native Gardens (Florida Rep), Shakespeare In Love(Illinois Shakes),Antigone, Antony & Cleopatra (Folger Theatre), The Merchant of Venice, Romeo & Juliet (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Cymbeline(Theatreworks CO), As You Like It (Oxford Shakes), The Maid’s Tragedy, Love’s Labour’s Lost. UPCOMING: Spring 2020 playing Antipholus of Syracuse & Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors (Alabama Shakes). He holds a MFA in Classical Acting from Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University

SIDNEY MYER | Emcee has been a nightclub manager for 35 years and an award winning performer who has entertained from San Francisco to London.

NANDITA SHENOY | Hostess (Season 1) is an actor-writer living in New York. She starred in her latest play Washer/Dryer last season Off-Broadway after the play premiered in Los Angeles and then Chicago. Other plays have been produced in Washington, DC, Chicago, IL, and Amherst, MA as well as in New York. Her acting credits range from dancing on national tours to Shakespeare festivals to world premieres of new plays by unheard of playwrights. She is a member of the Ma-Yi Writers’ Lab and the Dramatists’ Guild as well as Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA.