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Erin Wilhelmi (Adele)—Broadway: The Crucible (alongside Saoirse Ronan, Ben Whishaw, Sophie Okonedo, Ciarán Hinds), A Doll's House, Part 2. Off-Broadway: American Hero (Second Stage, Williamstown), The Great Immensity (The Public), Core Values (Ars Nova, Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Play), The Great God Pan (Playwrights Horizons). Film: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (as Alice, alongside Emma Watson), The English Teacher, All Relative, Jamie Marks is Dead (Sundance ’14), Disconnect. TV: "The Knick", "Taxi Brooklyn", "Eye Candy", "Gossip Girl". BFA University of Evansville.

Quinn Shephard (Beth)—is best know for her series-regular role playing Toni Collette’s daughter ‘Morgan Sanders’ on the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced show Hostages (CBS), and her recurring role on Person of Interest (CBS). Feature film credits include Warner Bro’s Unaccompanied Minors (Dir. Paul Feig), Assassination of a High School President (Sundance ‘08), and Windsor (which won best feature at GSFF, and for which Shephard won the Rising Star Award). She also stars in the upcoming features Midnight Sun (alongside Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger). As a filmmaker, Shephard made her directorial debut with ‘Blame’ (Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab Finalist), which she wrote and produced as well as starred in alongside Chris Messina, Tate Donovan, and Nadia Alexander. Previously, Shephard wrote and directed the original short 'Till Dark’ (Montclair Film Festival, Cannes Short Film Corner), as well of a slate of student short films.

Susan Kellermann (Aunt Dora)—started her professional career as Latka’s Mother on TAXI.  This in turn brought her to Broadway in Frank Gilroy’s LAST LICKS (Theater World Award), WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY with Mary Tyler Moore,  Jean Kerr/ Mike Nichol’s LUNCH HOUR with Gilda Radner,  JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG, and 33 VARIATIONS with Jane Fonda. Films include: LAST HOLIDAY, DEVIL’S ADVOCATE, BEETLEJUICE, THE COUCH TRIP AND OH HEAVENLY DOG.  Television favorites: LAW & ORDER, LAW & ORDER SVU, MONK, MURPHY BROWN, HILL STREET BLUES, MURDER SHE WROTE, LA LAW, PERFECT STRANGERS, DIXIE CHANGING HABITS, AND THE FIGHTER.  Off Broadway favorites: Lanford Wilson’s BOOK OF DAYS, Arthur Laurents’ 2 LIVES, IVANOV (with the Director of the Moscow Arts Theater), John Guare’s MOON OVER MIAMI, MATTY AND THE MORON AND MADONNA,  and WINE UNTOUCHED.

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