(2007 premiere production)
Steven Brachmann is a Theatre and Journalism major who has studied for two years at Northeastern University. Past productions include Colloquial Theatre's Pippin (King Charles) and Carousel (Enoch Snow).
Lisa Carolyn Dempsey is a fourth-year theatre major at Northeastern University. She has recently performed in Noises Off, Guys and Dolls, and A Christmas Carol. She has been dancing since she was four years old.
Paul Dranginis is a Theatre and Psychology double major at Northeastern University. He grew up in Verbank, New York and attended the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut.
Alexandra Genoa is a second-year Theatre major at Northeastern University. She previously appeared in The Vagina Monologues and Hearts Club Band.
Ahmad Maksoud is a third-year double major at Northeastern University, studying Theatre Performance and Psychology. His performances at Northeastern include Guys and Dolls (Nicely), The Altruists (Ronald), As You Like it (Silvius/Amiens), and Tales of the Lost Formicans (Jerry).
Julie Mercurio is a third-year Theatre major with a minor in Elementary Education at Northeastern University. She has acted in several shows with the Theatre Department including Guys and Dolls, The Altruists, and The Vagina Monologues.
Maggie Racich is in her final year as a Theatre major at Northeastern University. This is her second production working under the direction of Nancy Kindelan. Her past Northeastern Theatre Department performance credits include Guys and Dolls and A View From the Bridge.
Kate Rakowski is a Theatre major with a Performance concentration at Northeastern University. She has also appeared with the Theatre Department in The Vagina Monologues, and has been cast in the forthcoming Trial by Clevinger.
Matthew Zahnzinger is a third-year Theatre and English double major at Northeastern University, and has also trained in the acting intensive program for international students at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland. At Northeastern, Matthew has been involved with both faculty and student productions; highlights include Tales of the Lost Formicans (Actor), Spring Awakening (Headmaster Sunstroke), and Guys and Dolls (Arvide Abernathy).