CAST & CREW (click photos for larger images)
JESSICA RICHMOND (FEMALE) Jessica is back in Los Angeles after completing her BFA at BostonUniversity's College of Fine Arts. She has worked with Luis Alfaro atthe Ojai Playwrights Conference, performed at the Edinburgh FestivalFringe, and spent 6 months studying at the London Academy of Music andDramatic Arts. She originated the role of Daisy in Ronan Noone's"Brendan" and was in the original cast of Emily Kaye Liberis' "Be TheDog". Most recently she was featured in Pedro Pontoni's film"Bah.hum.bug" and performed in Marc Morales' reading of Galaxy Videoat the Actor's Studio in North Hollywood.
SARAH LESLEY (FEMALE 2) Once upon a time, there was a girl named Sarah Lesley. Sarah hated writting about herself so much that she actually beleived she would rather have her toenails ripped out one by one then write her own bio. But alas, no would write her bio for her with a trade of removed toenails, so here goes:

Name: Sarah Lesley From: Seattle, WA Union: SAG Eligable Training: Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College Chicago Favorite Performances: Mary Brenham, Our Country's Good, Columbia College Chicago; Joyce, And a Nightengale Sang, Harlequin Productions, Olympia, WA; Sylvia, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Tacoma Actors Guild, WA; Richard III, Henry VI Part III, Greenstage, Seattle, WA, Katerina, Taming of the Shrew, Los Angeles, CA; Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Los Angeles, CA.

Thanks: to Sarah and Matt for giving me the opportunity do some great comedy; the cast, you guys rock my world; and as always Mom, Dad and Bobo.

Phwoo! Glad that's over with...ENJOY THE SHOW!


JOANNA KELLY (FEMALE 3) Favorite theater credits include: performing in the Young Playwrights festival; Emilie in Les Liaisons Dangereuses; Lettie Lu in The Book of Leviticus Show; and Amanda in Hopscotch, among others. Film/TV credits include: independent pilot The Real Life; CSI:NY; Punk’d; In Good Company; Teddy; and many indie films. Joanna has also produced theater for The Blank Theater Company. Graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Thanks to Sarah for this wonderful opportunity to work with such a talented group. Thank you Mom and Pop for your unwavering support.

Superior Talent Agency
(818) 508-5627

DAVID ABED (MALE 1) David has continued to have success in acting since his first play in 1997. He has a B.F.A. in Theatre Performance form the University of Michigan and has performed throughout Michigan, New York, and now Los Angeles. Since moving to the City of Angels last September, David has acted in independent features, as well as performs with his improv group “Life Sized People”.

David is thrilled to be back on stage, especially in a role which is so multi-character based. There is no feeling like getting up in front of a live audience and making them laugh, everything else in the world just falls away. And though my family is stuck in the Midwest, I want to thank them for their continued emotional support.

McLachlan Talent Agency
(310) 792-0200

WESLEY STILLER (MALE 2) Wesley Stiller hails from the Mid-Western part of the country, a far off land called Indiana. He grew up a peasant farm-child with dreams of grandeur and bright lights. Anticipating his future, in his late teens he became famous for the javelin throw and being able to eat bushel upon bushel of snap peas. Obviously born for stardom, he hitched a train for the West. Not the Mid-West because he was already there but the West, like farther West than where he was living, ideally California.

As luck would have it, Wesley's stars did align. The bright lights and grandeur are his. He invites you to enjoy his performance in the original, hit, play..."MODELOGUES"!!!


HENRY JACOBSON (MALE 3) Henry has acted, directed, and produced for the stage and screen in London, Berlin, New York, and Los Angeles. He recently appeared in the Center Theatre Group/Public Theatre sponsored 365 Days/ 365 Plays National Theatre Festival by Suzan-Lori Parks, with EST-LA at the Electric Lodge. He also recently finished a run of The Importance of Being Earnest in the fole of Algernon at the Actors Art Theatre. After finishing his short documentary 20 Minutes, Henry began production on a new documentary feature, Jesus Goes to Hollywood, about the Christian film industry. He is currently editing his first foray into the Deep South and fundraising for the next stages of production, which will include shooting at Mega-churches and revivals in Texas, Colorado, and California. He is also in pre-production on a second collaboration with playwright Matt Swaye, a short film to be shot in Los Angeles. Henry holds an MFA from Oxford School of Drama, and BA from Hampshire College. See www.henryjacobsonphotography.com
SARAH HAPPEL (Writer/ Producer/ Director) After graduating with an honors business degree from ASU, Sarah Happel moved to Los Angeles to begin intensive study with theatrical teachers like Michael Woolson and Margie Haber. She trained in scene study, cold reading, and improvisation. She had success booking soap operas, and national and foreign commercial spots. These bookings afforded Sarah the production of her first short film, Fairy Tale Follies.

Fairy Tale Follies was written, produced, directed, and starred in by Sarah. Becoming a festival success, Fairy Tale Follies played at the famous Hollywood hotspot Mann's Chinese Theater. Among numerous festival wins, Sarah won "Best Director" at The New York Downtown Short Film Festival and "Best Short Film" at The Real to Reel Film Festival. (See www.fairytalefollies.com)

Sarah created Modelogues following ten years experience navigating through the fashion world as a model. Modelogues pokes fun at society and its fascination with idol worship while questioning the importance of beauty.

Sarah Happel

DAVID BORNSTEIN (Producer) David worked with the Self Conscious Entertainment production team in 2003 for a feature film entitled unREAL. Produced on a shoe-string budget of under $5,000, the filmmakers found ways to keep the production high. Released in 2004, unREAL went on to be a festival favorite and national success winning awards such as “Best Picture (Video)” at the Long Island International Film Expo, “Best Director” at the Trenton Film Festival, and “Runner-Up Best Picture” at the First Glance Hollywood Film Festival. unREAL was picked up for distribution by LifeSize Entertainment and released on DVD on July 26, 2005.

Also in 2005, David produced his third feature film with the Self Conscious Entertainment team entitled Synapse. A science-fiction thriller with a $110,000 budget, Synapse is currently in post-production and is expected to be another critical film festival success.

Modelogues is David’s first theatre production and he looks forward to working in the theatre community. David holds a B.B.A. in Public Accounting from Pace University in New York.


MATHEW HOGLUND (Producer/ Asst. Dir.) Matt Hoglund has experience in many different aspects of the theatre world. He has been performing as a professional vocalist, actor and dancer most of his life. He started his career singing with The Phoenix Boy’s Choir and has not stopped since.

Matt attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA where he participated in many new theatre pieces. He has continued his training studying with masters in the fields of vocal and acting technique always striving to learn and improve. Most recently he was seen with the Radio City Rockettes in their Christmas Spectacular. Other theatre credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie (Jimmy), West Side Story (Tony), Faces On Milk Boxes (Vance), and A Chorus Line (Mike) to name a few. Matt also spent two years of his life performing at Disneyland in various shows and events.

Recently Matt found a passion for working on the other side of the stage, adding choreographer, producer and director to his list of credits. He has seen productions from the very beginning stages to the final product and has dealt with all aspects of the production. He is an artist with passion and vision and looks forward to working with other artists.


PAUL DEXTER (Lighting Design/ Direction) Paul Dexter, began lighting in Los Angeles when he was sixteen (1970) and made 42 Hawaiian pineapple cans into lights and operated them with crude double pole switches. At 18, he was asked to tour with Elvis! A colorful history of worldwide concert touring ensued as a lighting designer with the likes of Rick James, Motley Crue, DIO, Ozzy, Elton John and performing in the opposite end of the live stage spectrum - the Bolshoi Ballet at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Paul lived in England (1986-96) and developed commercial business skills, working closely with Coopers and Lybrand and the Teesside Development Corporation, one of Margaret Thatcher's flagship projects, with ambitious groundbreaking property and media ventures, that he created.

Returning to Los Angeles in '96, he studied graduate level lighting theory with Penn State's Internet course, while working with other industry related companies.

Actively keeping up with new technology, Paul was lighting director for the movie "Rock Star" and designed lighting with Hiro Yamagata, for the amazing and lauded $3M art installation in New York City.

Paul has been an industry author for several publications for 5 years.

Masterworks Lighting masterworkslighting.com
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PRODUCTION STAFF (click photos for larger images)
MIKE DJOMEH (Account Representative)


ANDY FIG (Lighting Direction and Programmer)


WILL LIDDERDALE (Set Construction and Design)


MARTY WICKMAN (Obedient Lighting, Projector and Control)


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