CONNOR BARRETT (Jan) Theater: The Purple Lights of Joppa Illinois, Finer Noble Gases, The Metal Children, Saul Kimmer in Adam Rapp’s production of True West. Various work at Geva Theatre, McCarter Theatre Center and Williamstown Theatre Festival. Other New York credits include SPF and the New York Fringe Festival. Film/television: All Nighter, “Hot in Cleveland,” “We Hate Paul Revere,” “True Blood,” “Parks and Recreation,” “CSI: NY,” “Harry’s Law,” “Rita Rocks,” “Do Not Disturb,” “The Jury,” “Guiding Light.” He has a BFA in acting from Northwestern University and an MFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. 
BEN BECKLEY (Ned) recently appeared in Dying For It at Atlantic Theater Company (dir. Neil Pepe) and the first national tour of Peter and the Starcatcher (dir. Alex Timbers and Roger Rees). Other work includes plays with Clubbed Thumb, New Georges, TACT, and Berkshire Theatre Group; musicals with Prospect Theater Company, Public Theater/Joe’s Pub, and Playhouse on Park; four international tours with Temporary Distortion; and five original works with The Assembly (company member, all dir. Jess Chayes). Oncamera credits include The Onion, The Jew of Malta, and Easy Living.
EDWARD CHIN-LYN (Rodney) Television/Film: “Set It Up,” “Jessica Jones,” “Feed the Beast,” “Limitless,” “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Mysteries at the Museum.” Theater: KPOP Workshop, True West, Reconstruction, Leviticus w. Bekah Brunstetter, 2015 Worldwide Play Festival, The Brig, Wake, You Can’t Take It With You, A Grimm Reality, A Year in the
ORVILLE MENDOZA (Teacher) Select credits. Broadway: Peter and the Star Catcher, Pacific Overtures.Off-Broadway: Pacific Overtures (Classic Stage Co.), Found (Atlantic Theatre Co.), Passion (CSC), Romeo and Juliet, Timon of Athens, and Road Show (all at The Public/NYSF). Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, ACT, Philadelphia Theatre Co., KC Rep., East West Players, Goodspeed, Long Wharf. TV: “The Blacklist”, “Law and Order: CI”, and many commercials. Orville is a Drama Desk Award nominee and Barrymore Award winner.
BRENNA PALUGHI (Alicia) Broadway: A Time To Kill. New York: Sarah in Scared of Sarah (La Mama), Naked in a Fishbowl and King Lear (Cherry Lane). Regional: World Builders (CATF), Phedre, Orlando, Three Sisters (Yale). TV & Film: “High Maintenance,” “The Family,” “Mysteries of Laura,” “Royal Pains,” “Mozart in the Jungle,” Synechdoche, NY, She She, and the short film Close, which she wrote and directed. She founded a theater company, Virago, and is a proud company member of The Actor’s Center in NYC. MFA Yale School of Drama.
SOCORRO SANTIAGO (Joan) Broadway: The Bacchae Off-Broadway: Roundabout Theatre, Clubbed Thumb, Rattlestick Theatre, Public Theatre, INTAR, EST, BAM, Ma-Yi theatre, 59E59 Theatre, Lark theatre. Regional: Long Wharf Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Victory Gardens (Jeff award), Huntington (IRNE nomination), Shakespeare Theatre, Guthrie Theatre. TV: “Mozart in the Jungle”, “Seven Seconds,” all the “Law & Orders”, “Characters,” “Blue Bloods,” “All My Children” ( ALMA  award). Films: Freedomland, Heaven’s Prisoners, Devil’s Advocate, iCreep, recently completed filming on Widows directed by Steven McQueen.
CHERENE SNOW (Judy) Broadway: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Scarlett Johansson. Off-Broadway/ Regional: Walking Down Broadway, Last of the Thorntons, Welcome To Fear City, Having Our Say, Little Foxes, Fata Morgana, brownsville song: b-side for tray, Civil War Voices, Black Pearl Sings, Doubt, To Kill a Mockingbird, Coyote on a Fence. Film/TV: Arthur, Perhaps Tomorrow, My Sassy Girl, City of Angels, The Long Walk Home, "Law & Order", "Law & Order SVU", "Third Watch", "Chappelle's Show".