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CAST (click photos for larger images)
LAURA BOCCALETTI (Frank) LAURA BOCCALETTI is a NY native who studied theatre at Boston University. She has played the title role in Culver City Public Theatre’s production of The Madwoman of Chaillot and most recently, Gay Wellington and Grand Duchess Olga Katrina in You Can’t Take It With You. She is also a member of Books With Feet, having appeared as Muriel’s Mother in J.D. Salinger’s A Perfect Day for Bananafish directed by Genevieve Morrill. Other recent credits: Towne Street Theatre Co.'s 10-Minute Play Festival, Michaela Feeley’s “A Good Girl’s Guide to Making Love” with Women’s Ensemble Theatre and several short films and print work.

JAMES ELDEN (Adrian) James first realized his passion for acting after being kicked off his high-school radio station for saying “orgasm” on the air. It was then that he found himself in Mrs. Schaefer’s third period drama class, and the flame ignited. Fearing the repercussions of Y2K, James waited until after January 1st, 2000, to make the move from Sacramento to Los Angeles. Since then, he has accrued numerous theatrical, film and television credits including taking penis enlargement pills for “Penn & Tellers’ Bullsh*t.” Save your money, they don’t work.
ADAM HUNTER HOWARD (Matthew) Adam was last spotted shooting a failed yuppie in the leg this summer at the Complex Theater in Howard Korder’s Search and Destroy. Other Los Angeles credits include Antony & Cleopatra, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and the Collaborators. Adam received his MFA from the University of Texas at Austin where he was seen in The Winter’s Tale, Time Again in Oz (Austin Critics’ Table Nomination - Best Supporting Actor in a Musical), The Threepenny Opera, Spring Storm, Man of Mode, Triumph of Love, and the Brothers Karamazov. He has performed at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Adam’s original play, (AINE)tigone, a Belfast-based adaptation of Antigone set amidst “The Troubles” of Northern Ireland, premiered in Scotland in 2007, and he’s hopeful to revive the project one day for a Los Angeles audience. He is a member of the Harvard-Westlake School English Department and an alumnus of Kenyon College.

SARAH KELLY (Lisa) A native of Anchorage, Alaska and rainy Olympia, WA, Sarah sought sunnier skies and moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California. Despite getting in a fair amount of trouble, she still managed to graduate Magna Cum Laude from USC with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and a Minor in Theatre. Favorite roles include Rhonda Louise in Women of Manhattan, Amelia Earhart in Chamber Music, a quirky indie rocker chick in the film How to Become an Action Star in Ten Weeks, and the female version of Quentin Tarantino in the stage play version of Reservoir Dogs.
In addition to her work as an actress, Sarah is also an animal lover, an avid sports fan, a caffeine addict and an award-winning playwright.
JENNIFER BETH LAMBERTUS (Cory) Jennifer Beth Lambertus' first performance onstage was as the First Snowflake in her first grade class play. She has been on the stage ever since. Jennifer also teaches acting when she is not on the stage herself. She hails from Littleton, Colorado where she did regional theatre and moved to LA by way of Virginia where she also dabbled in the local theatre scene. Favorite perfomances include Brooke in Noises Off and Karen in A Children's Hour. She is thrilled to be involved in this production and encourages everyone to look for the truth within.
PRODUCTION STAFF (click photos for larger images)
DAN FISHBACH (Director) Dan Fishbach was the Director of The Groundlings Theater & School from 2006-2008. Prior to that he was Chair of Performing Arts at Harvard-Westlake School, where he taught acting and directing and oversaw the Dance, Drama, Instrumental & Vocal Music departments. Recent credits includ One Night Stand: An Improvised Musical in Edinburgh, Los Angeles & North Carolina for producer Marc Platt (Wicked), Bat Boy: The Musical, South Pacific, Hello, Dolly!, Little Shop of Horrors, The Glass Menagerie and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The Zoo Story and How the Other Half Loves. Dan currently serves as co-president of Page One Productions, a theatrical production company based in Los Angeles, which is producing the upcoming production of Tim Crouch’s AN OAK TREE at The Odyssey Theatre. Dan is currently an Adjunct Professor at the USC School of Theatre and is also on the faculty at AMDA (American Musical & Dramatic Academy) where he teaches History of Musical Theater. www.danfishbach.com.
WILL ADASHEK (Lighting Designer) Will Adashek is a cinematographer and lighting designer based in Los
Angeles. He has designed the lighting for more than 150 theater shows and
dance concerts, including more than 30 outside of the United States. Recent
theatrical lighting projects include Measure for Measure, As You Like It,
Yellowman, Working, One Flea Spare, The Food Chain, Metamorphoses, The Mercy
Seat, and The Memory of Water. Recent musicals include Pippin, Into The
Woods, the European premieres of Rise Up and Anyone But Me at the Edinburgh
Fringe Festival, and the world premiere of Banyan. His most recent film
project, Santa Ana Winds, was shot entirely at LAX and somehow he managed to
live through it. Will holds a B.A. from Kenyon College and an M.F.A. from
the American Film Institute.
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