The Performers

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Andrew Thorp is the creator of Thorpedo Productions; producing theater, film and digital content throughout Chicago. You can see Andrew onstage as Mr. Darcy in Adapt Theater’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ or in various shows at The Public House Theater.
Follow Andrew on Twitter at @athorpedo.
Andrew played Vaughn Hofmann.

Bria Allen, also known as Bria Lockhart, is a Michigan-based actress originally from Atlanta. She is currently shooting “Stood Up” a short to be released this year.
Learn more at Backstage.
Bria played Curry Babineaux.

John Magana is an actor and voice artist from Chicago.
johnmaganavo.com
John played Tran McGettigan.

Scott Newman is a stage and screen actor from Chicago.
Follow Scott on Facebook.
Scott played Irving Grayson.

Antonio Brunetti is an actor and musician from Chicago. He’s a member of Trap Door Theatre and performs as part of The Garvey Train.
Antonio played Ronnie.

Angie Campbell is an actress from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is currently studying improv at Comedy Sportz in Milwaukee and performing with the sketch comedy group Impostered Legends. “Fate of Heart,” an independent film she stars in will premiere March 2016 in Madison, WI.
Follow Angie on Facebook.
Angie played Lacie Stockhammer.

Ryan is an actor, singer, and voiceover artist working in Chicago and Atlanta. He has appeared on Chicago Fire and in films The Glass House, Violets, Embers. Ryan has also performed at First Folio Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare, Livermore Shakespeare, and was featured in the North American tour of Evil Dead: The Musical.
www.ryanczerwonko.com
Ryan played Taurus.

Kelson McAuliffe is an actor based in Chicago, originally from the Baltimore, MD area. He is a founding member of Definition Theatre Company in Chicago. Currently he is touring with Griffin Theatre Company based in Chicago across the country. Past film/television/commercial credits include Illinois Lottery, University of Illinois, One Forest Day, Backpedaling, Night Out, and Noire.
Kelson played Vien.

Emma Baker is a Chicago-based actress, writer and pogo stick aficionado. She is currently shooting “Samson,” a short about a former boxing champion indebted to the mob. Follow Emma at @emmapbaker or check out www.emmapbaker.com.
Emma played Harper.

Naomi Mark is a writer and actress from Chicago. She also hosts The Bit Part podcast.
naomimark.strikingly.com
Naomi played Aubrey.

R. Scott Purdy is an actor from Chicago. After acting for several years, he received an MBA and transitioned into the banking industry. Since retiring from banking in 2014, he has appeared in over a dozen stage roles and 6 independent films. Scott is a graduate of The Academy at Black Box Acting and is Executive Director of Chimera Ensemble.
R. Scott played Ruth Huddleston.

Sara Chandler is an actress from Los Angeles.
Sara played Spence.

Amanda Carson is an actress from Chicago. She has performed with many companies in cities throughout the US, including Milwaukee, New York, New Jersey, Minnesota, and Illinois: The Last Five Years, Les Miserabl├ęs, Next Fall, [title of show], and The Penelopiad. She will soon appear in Chicago in We Three’s production of The Wayward Women as The Duchess.
Amanda played Margin.

Grant Hayden Horne is a television marketing professional from Chicago.
Grant wrote, produced, cast, directed, shot, edited, mixed, scored and designed “The Art of the Deal.”