Moira O'Sullivan is an actor, writer, and producer who is often mistaken for a Midwesterner despite her hailing from Hartford, Connecticut. She was once referred to as "more wholesome than expected" on a first date, an experience she draws from when playing an ingenue of any kind. Recent acting credits include "Oleanna" (Playhouse on Park), "The Cobblestone Corridor" (CPTV/PBS), and "Nightmare Before Insomnium" (Insomnium Theater Company). She studies improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade and performs around the city with her improv team Room 31. She holds a BFA from NYU's Tisch School of Arts, where she trained with The Atlantic Theater Company and Stonestreet Studios. The keys to her heart are viral puppy videos, good Thai food, and a strong stance on the age-old Biggie vs Tupac debate. www.moiraosullivan.com
Charlotte Martin is a writer who directs projects in which she usually acts. A graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she is not at all surprised to find herself a very accomplished and locally-celebrated barista. With a feature under her belt (The First of Our Friends to Get Married), Charlotte continues to search for ways to keep people from pigeonholing her by developing a new project about a murderer. She is not Aubrey Plaza but she's flattered that you see a resemblance there.
Rachel is a Syracuse native, currently residing in Brooklyn. She was recently seen in a staged reading of "Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long Blog" and will be featured in an upcoming short film "Who's That Under My Bed". When she isn't auditioning for the next big thing, she enjoys popcorn, shark week, the smell of lavender and fake radio shows. Find out more about this hirable, singing, quirky blonde at www.rachelmulcahy.com
Travis hails from Northern California and lives with his old lady in Brooklyn. When not fixing those expensive espresso machines and grinders, he works in Fashion, Film, and TV. He's good at fixing stuff and making everyone else look good. Check out his website for more info: www.traviscolewatkins.com
Kelly O'Grady is the boss. She holds a BA in Gender Studies and an MA in Performance Studies. She follows her intuition, stays away from desks (but loves coffee shops), studies and writes about philosophy, the body, and technology, and paints in acrylics in her spare time. She is working on dismantling the capitalist hetero-patriarchy by helping those around her expand their physical, mental, and emotional self-awareness. Contact her for feminist consulting or assistant directing on your next project or for private yoga.
Alex Lee was born on Alexander Street in Rochester, New York. He is best known for drumming in his high school pop punk band "The Cartoon Mafia". He now spends most of his time eating Ben and Jerry's in his room in the dark.