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ARMOND EDWARD DORSEY (Simon Cato) Armond is excited to make his theatrical debut in Los Angeles. He was last seen on stage in 2014 as Master Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor with African-American Shakespeare (SF, California) and previously as King in Bark! The Musical with Sacramento Theatre Company. Armond has an extensive history with the arts spanning over 30 years with a variety of stage, film, and television credits. Also a Humanitarian, Mr. Dorsey has participated in HIV prevention, volunteered at hospitals, a former Board of Director for LEAP Arts in Education (SF, California) and worked in educational theater throughout Northern California for 15 years as a Performer Educator, Community Health Liaison, Director, Editor, Writer, and Production Manager. Currently Armond is shooting a short film entitled "The White Tattoo." To keep up with Armond you can like his Facebook page @AED1221, follow him on Twitter @ArmondDorsey, or check him out on IMDb.
TAMARRA GRAHAM (Caroline) After a hiatus from the performing arts while training as a clinical psychologist and serving as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, Tamarra is overjoyed to finally pursue her "dream deferred." Her past stage performances include Nickel and Dimed at the Greenhouse Theater Center in Chicago, Sarafina! at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and most recently, the lead role in the critically acclaimed Bee-luther-hatchee at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. Tamarra has also made the rounds showcasing her comedic talents at the Second City Hollywood, Upright Citizens Brigade, iO West, and Comedy Central Stage. When not on stage, you can find her singing karaoke, watching “The Real Housewives,” hiking Runyon Canyon, or twisting her hair into bantu knots. But the easiest way to find her is on Twitter @TamarraGraham.

EAMON HUNT (George Dewitt / Hotel Clerk) Eamon Hunt started acting in Chicago. He worked at Steppenwolf, Immediate Theater and many others during eighties. Throughout the nineties he worked at the Roundhouse Theater, The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and the Arden Theater in Philadelphia.

Eamon got his first television roles in 1997 and has worked steadily at such shows as “House,” “Desperate Housewives” and most recently on “Get Shorty.”

He would like to thank Theatre Planners and Marya Mazor for this wonderful opportunity.


DEBORAH PUETTE (Mattie Johnson) Deborah recently received the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Solo Performance for Captain of the Bible Quiz Team with Rogue Machine. Recent credits: Cloud 9, Antaeus Company (LADCC nomination, Ensemble); American Falls and Ghostlight, Echo Theater; Rabbit Hole, La Mirada; Other Desert Cities, The Christians, Mark Taper Forum; Facing Our Truth, Kirk Douglas Theater; Please Don’t Ask About Becket, Electric Footlights; A Delicate Balance (Stage Raw nomination, Supporting Actress), Odyssey. In Chicago, Deborah originated the lead in the Pulitzer Prize-nominated The Glory of Living at Circle Theatre for which she won the Joseph Jefferson Citation for Lead Actress. Other theaters: Boston Court, Laguna Playhouse, American Blues Theatre, American Theater Company. Selected TV/Film: recurring on “Revolution,” “Extant,” “Lopez,” “True Blood,” “The Office,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Oz The Great and Powerful.” Deborah wrote, produced and stars in “Cash for Gold” now on Hulu thanks to NBCUniversal. www.deborah-puette.com
WILLIAM SALYERS (Colonel Wiley Johnson) Bill is perhaps best known for voicing the role of Rigby on Cartoon Network's Emmy Award-winning series "Regular Show." Other notable vocal performances include The Penguin in Warner Brothers' animated feature film "Batman: Return Of the Caped Crusaders," and video games such as Skyrim, Mass Effect 3, and Fallout 4. His theatrical credits include the world premieres of Body Of An American, by Dan O’Brien, at Portland Center Stage, The Behavior Of Broadus, by Burglars of Hamm, at Sacred Fools, Battle Hymn, by Jim Leonard, and Louis Slotin Sonata, by Paul Mullin, both for Circle X. He later reprised the title role of Slotin in its east-coast premiere at New York’s Ensemble Studio Theater. He also appeared in Women In Jeopardy, by Wendy MacLeod, at the Ensemble Theater Company of Santa Barbara and 1984, adapted by Kate Jopson, at Greenway Court.
DYLAN JOHN SEATON (Auctioneer / Tom Roland) Dylan John Seaton is thrilled to be working on this important piece with Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble. His theatre credits include Hysterical Blindness (Backyard Productions, San Diego), The Song of Extinction (Ion Theatre, San Diego), Anita Bryant Died For Your Sins (Diversionary Theatre, San Diego), The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (LA LGBT Center), and The Curse of Oedipus (Antaeus Company). Television credits include "The Fosters", "Castle", and "Notorious". Dylan portrayed serial killer Richard Chase in the made-for-tv movie "Lore: Deadly Obsession" and played the lead role in "Carry On Only", a Short Film Selection at the San Diego Film Festival. He has also been featured regularly in comedy sketches and web series for Cracked.com. Dylan would like to thank his family, his chérie d'amour, and his canine son, Stan.
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