Film/TV: I Am Able, Rebecca, Getting Caught, Cancer and Cake, Last Days of Simon, Glass Ballerinas, Monumental Mysteries. Off-Broadway/New York: Pride and Prejudice (Elizabeth Bennet), Nicholas Nickleby, Freckleface Strawberry, Angelina Ballerina, Phantom of the Opera (Meg), Three Sisters (Irina). Regional: The Pirates of Penzance (Mabel), West Side Story (Maria), August: Osage County (Johnna), Nunsense (Sister Leo), Bittersweet *starring Siân Phillips. Voice-overs and commercials for Disney, Kodak, Nickelodeon. www.amandayachechak.com
Dr. Judith Reynolds
Actress Melanie Little is a native New Yorker and former trial lawyer who was most recently seen in the History Channel mini-series, "The Food That Built America". Upcoming releases include features "Santamaria" and "Moving in 2008" as well as the international release of the horror film "Yuraq". Melanie is a mother of 5 and lives on Long Island.
Sam George is a stage and film actor, a writer, an improviser, and a voiceover artist. He graduated with a BA in theater from the University of New Hampshire and studied film/television at Weist-Barron. He has appeared in films and main stage productions, both regionally and off-off Broadway.
Diamond Senora Taylor
Originally from Cleveland, Diamond Senora Taylor moved to New York to attend New York University Tisch School of the Arts for acting. Through NYU, she studied at the Lee Strasberg Film and Theatre Institute and Stonestreet Film Studios. Recent Theatre credits include: Moving On Staged Reading, Millennial Pink Falcon, Bird and Bear, and A Time of Your Life. Recent Film Credits include: Because of You, What Was That, An Urban Tale.
Samantha Nicole Charles
MICKELE HOGAN has performed in Romeo & Juliet (Columbia University), The Velveteen Rabbit (Linda Gross Theater), The Love of the Nightingale (Alchemical Theater), The Rules (Alchemical Theater), and Xanadu (Holland Center). Her film credits include The Artifice, Binge, Message of Hope, and Tryst. Mickele is also a playwright. Her most notable play, Mourning the Living, received its world premiere in the Thespis Theater Festival (2016) and continued off-Broadway at Abingdon’s Dorothy Strelsin Theater (2017). She received her BFA from NYU: Tisch. www.MickeleHogan.com
Chris Woody has been acting in and around NYC in independent films and series for the last two years, and performs stand-up comedy at renowned venues like the New York Comedy Club.
Vera Kelman is an actress, writer and director who has appeared in a number of Off-Broadway plays as well as cable television shows. Originally from Ukraine, Vera wrote, produced and directed Julia and the Island, a short film about two young Russian-Americans trying to achieve the American dream which screened at the 2018 Coney Island Film Festival. She has also written, produced and directed a number of other original works that can be found on her website. She studied at HB Studio under Austin Pendleton and Michael Beckett and at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. She lives in Brooklyn, NY. www.verakelman.com