Cast & Crew for the Debut Performance, May 25, 2007

Marty Barrett (author, Brody) is an actor and writer living in Los Angeles. He can be found at
Brian Descheneaux (author, various characters) fronted the bands Sonic Boom and Boom Sandfly & the Maniacs of the Heart.
Brittan Egnozzi (Ellen Brody) lives in Wrightwood, CA with her husband, the drummer Tony Egnozzi. Along with her mother, Gayle, she performs in the band Gayle & Brittan & Co.
Jessica Hopkins (Narratrix, Chrissie) is a graduate of Willamette University's Theatre program in Salem, Oregon, with starring roles including 'Nora' in Henrik Ibsen's 'A Doll's House', and 'Meg' in Beth Henley's 'Crimes Of The Heart.' She wrote and starred in a one woman show exploring Shakespeare's portrayal of femininity and gender roles, and advanced her training in Ireland with extensive courses in Irish drama and Shakespearean verse. She's since moved to LA and has taken to drinking.
Paul Hungerford (Mayor Vaughn) has been in films and plays and on television. He lives in Los Angeles with his new wife and old dog.
David Kaufman (Quint) is an accomplished musician, having recorded six CDs of his own music. He is well known for portraying George Harrison and Ray Davies in Beatles and Kinks tribute bands, respectively. Notable past theater roles include a singing, dancing Pat Robertson. He also entertains in rest homes several times a week and has transcribed thousands of songs for other composers. Find David here.
Tyrone Merriner (Hysterical Man) is an enigma, professionally.
Marc Antonio Pritchett (Matt Hooper) is a classically-trained musician from Georgia.In Los Angeles, he has performed with Theatre of NOTE and Sacred Fools Theatre, among others.
A graduate of The Groundlings School of Improv and Comedy, Jason Sechrest (Bruce the Shark) was recently awarded The 2006 Orange County Theater Award for his role in "The Eight." His comedic chops have proved quite useful in the past few years, having broadened his resume to stand-up comedy and hosting regularly for channels ranging from the Time/Warner cable network Q Television to the famed TV Guide Channel. Most recently, Sechrest is featured along with fellow comedians Margaret Cho, Edie McClurg and Penn Jillette in the new film, "Phone Sex." Sechrest is also soon to be seen portraying one of the lead characters, "of all things... a straight, stoner frat bro," in the legendary horror film director Roger Corman's "The Legacy."
Anastasia Washington (Mrs. Kintner) has been performing since the age of four, and received her S.A.G. and A.F.T.R.A. admission at the age of six. Her credits include Die Hard 2, The Addams Family movies, and the Lamb Chops Shows, and recordings with Artists such as Michael Jackson, Harry Connick Jr., and even Motley Crue. She is grateful to be a part of this production and hopes that you will check out her website for things to come! Thanks to the cast and her family for making things always colorful!
Musical Director, Keyboard Tyrone Merriner
Trumpet Joel Burcher
Saxophone Walter Davis
Acoustic Guitar Brian Descheneaux
Bass Glen Fischer
Electric Guitar Walter Foley
Drums, Percussion Pat Wright

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