PEGGY COWLES (Helen) was most recently seen in the Peccadillo Theatre’s production of Ladies of the Corridor in New York City and her one woman show Masks and Voices at the Arclight. Film/TV credits include: The All American Boy with Jon Voight, Fugitive Love by Tamara Jenkins, Man and the City with Anthony Quinn and Expiration Date. Off Broadway Theater credits include: A Month of Sundaes, The Bridge in Scarsdale, by Robert Wood; Two Good Boys by Barry Jay Kaplan; The Ghostman by Wendy Hammond. Regional credits include: premiere of One Flea Spare by Naomi Wallace and What I Meant Was at the Humana Festival, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville; premiere of Dreaming Emmett by Toni Morrison at Capitol Rep; premiere of The Boys Next Door by Tom Griffin, Just Between Ourselves by A. Ayckbourn at the McCarter Theatre. International: A Streetcar Named Desire with Tom Berenger, Japan Tour.
ADALE O’BRIEN (Dot) made her motion picture debut in Paper Cut and will soon be seen in How You Look to Me. Her distinguished career as a theatre artist spans nearly 50 years. Internationally she has taken part in theatre festivals in Canada, Yugoslavia, Ireland, Israel, Greece, Hong Kong and Australia. American audiences have seen her on and off Broadway and as a guest artist at regional theatres across the country. In an extraordinary tenure of 34 years as a member of the resident company at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville she originated roles in over 30 world premieres during the Humana Festival of New American Plays.

BOB BURRUS (Morris) was recently nominated at the Independent Spirit Awards for Best Debut Performance for his role in Tully. He is also a long standing company member of the Actors Theatre of Louisville has created close to 40 roles, including Walter in Keely and Du, Bennie in Getting Out and Hugo in Gods Man In Texas. He has appeared in 378 plays in over 30 different theaters. Bob has had the pleasure to work with Romulus Linney, Marsha Norman, Kathy Bates, Michael Gross, Jon Jory, Stan Wajcwodski, John Dillon, Nagle Jackson, Randy Myler, Hillery Birmingham, among many more.
HEATHER FRENCH HENRY (Garbage Collector) reigned as Miss America 2000, after serving as Miss Kentucky 1999. She was recently a guest on the Oprah show. Her work to raise awareness of the plight of homeless veterans earned her the Woman of Achievement Award. She was also honored with the prestigious Purple Heart Recognition given by the Military Order of the Purple Heart Organization. Her television credits include: host of the FOX Morning Show in Louisville, Kentucky. Heather has just published her first children’s book.

JUSTIN HAGAN (Police Officer) currently can be seen on the big screen as Freeze in Party Monster, starring Macaulay Culkin. Other film credits include: lead in Flowers, an official selection of the South x Southwest Film Festival and Prairie Dogs, an IFC Film. Justin has played guest lead roles on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Oz and Cruel and Unusual. Off Broadway credits include: How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel, The Batting Cage by Joan Ackerman, Saved directed by Robert Wood, Vick's Boy directed by Bob Balaban, Tartuffe at New York Stage and Film, among others. Justin has also played numerous lead roles at the renowned Actors Theatre of Louisville.

  AYELET BLUMBERG (Pharmacist) recently graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Hartt School in Hartford Connecticut with a BFA in Acting. She recently played Rosaline in her school's production of Love's Labour's Lost directed by Malcolm Morrison. Other theatre credits include: Agnes (Agnes of God), Harper (Angels in America Part One), Mary Warren (The Crucible), and a supporting role in the World Premiere of Music of the Spheres by Bill Kovacsik. She has also been seen in various regional commercials in the Kentucky and Indiana area.