Nick (RJ Smith) holds an MFA in Acting from Northern Illinois University and has studied with the Moscow Art Theatre in Russia, and The Second City in Chicago. He has appeared in commercials for Honda, T-Mobile, and Acer, and has guest starred on NBC's Grimm. As a stage actor, he has performed in productions of True West, All My Sons, and Much Ado About Nothing (amongst others).
Ben (Chris Merrill) studied at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy of New York City. He has guest starred on shows such as NBC's Grimm, TNT's Leverage, and TUFF TV's Combat Report. Aside from numerous appearances in feature and short films, Ben has graced the stage in more than two dozen theatrical productions from Spamalot to Les Miserables.
Curtis (Ryan Woodrow) studied acting at Plymouth State University, and has since had the pleasure of working with theatrical institutions like Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Victory Gardens Theatre, and Redmoon Theatre. He has performed with Equity and Non-Equity storefront companies, and toured the country twice with Griffin Theatre’s production of Letters Home.
Bruce (Noah Merrill) has been performing since 1989, and has operated Jennings Home Design since 1983 where he has focused on custom architectural designs for residential homes. He's lent his voice to various projects, appeared in commercials for NW Natural, Oregon Community Credit Union, and has acted in over two dozen films.
Over the course of his 30 year career in film, theatre, and television, Harold (Tom Smith), has built a reputation for his commitment to the craft and his efforts to strengthen the creative industries. Harold has appeared on TNT’s Leverage, NBC’s Grimm, and in pioneering web series like Lady Wasteland, and Animus Cross, as well as in myriad independent features.
Alexandra (Adina) has studied at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, the Gately/Pool Conservatory, and the Actors Movement Studio Conservatory NYC. She is particularly passionate about new plays that deal with issues for women, LGBTQ history and community, gender roles, the working class, the debt crisis, and race relations (among other topics).