Debra Monk is a celebrated actress with dozens of credits, both stage and screen. To name a few:
Broadway: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Curtains (Drama Desk Award, Tony nomination); Chicago; Reckless; Thou Shalt Not; Ah, Wilderness!; Steel Pier (Tony nomination); Company; Picnic (Tony nomination); Redwood Curtain (Tony Award); Nick and Nora; Pump Boys and Dinettes (Co-Author, Tony Nomination).
Film: The Great Buck Howard; The Savages; The Producers; Center Stage; Devil’s Advocate; The Bridges of Madison County, This is Where I Leave You
TV: "Mozart of the Jungle", "Girls", "Mercy Street", “Reckless,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Damages,” “Glee,” “White Collar,” “Brothers and Sisters,” “The Closer,” "Desperate Housewives," “Law and Order,” “Frasier.” She won the Emmy Award for her portrayal of Katie Sipowicz on “NYPD Blue.”
Maren Bush is a New York-based actor who is working in theater, film and television. Credits include Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, LaMaMa, The Guthrie Theater, La Jolla Playhouse & Theatre de la Jeune Lune, as well as the independent pilot "Sharing."
NICHOLAS J. COLEMAN
Nicholas J. Coleman is a partner in Howell County Films, a founding member of the Missouri Film Alliance of Springfield, and a semi-finalist screenwriter for Project Greenlight. Among his screen credits are Val Durant (The Paragon Cortex), Patrick Whistler (Larva—Sci-Fi Channel), Barry (Maid of Honor—Best Short, LI Film Fest). Nick has also appeared on "30 Rock," "One Life to Live," "As the World Turns," "Guiding Light" and many plays on the NY stage.
ERIC T. MILLER
Eric T. Miller's Theater credits include rogerandtom (HERE Arts Center), Ever So Humble (Hangar Theatre), The Last Seder (Rosalie Productions), Safe Home (Royal Family Productions), Sweet Storm (LAByrinth/Alchemy Theatre Co.) and Betrayed (The Culture Project) with workshops and readings at New York Theater Workshop, New Georges, LARK, New York Stage and Film, LAByrinth, the Public, EST/Youngbloods and Rattlestick.
Television and Film include "The Unusuals" (ABC), "Kings" (NBC), "Law & Order" (NBC), "Shame" (Dir: Steve McQueen), "Brewsie and Willy," "Pieces," "My Secret Friend" and the upcoming "Home" (Dir: Jono Oliver).
Ava Paloma is from Pittsburgh, PA. Film credits include "Siren Call" and "Amber". Television: "Gossip Girl" and "Elementary" Webseries: "Going Up?", "My New Roommate" "Subway: The Series". Theater: "One Fifth", "Othello" Currently studying acting at The William Esper Studio with Bill Esper and David Kaplan. Improv at UCB. Marymount Manhattan College BA Acting and Directing.