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Growing up in Michigan, Dionna spent much of her childhood performing in local productions before touring internationally with The Young Americans. She carries that collaborative, playful spirit into all of her acting work, and has extensive experience on stage, film, and the 405. She is co-creator and plays Avery Stevens, a Type-A perfectionist juggling app

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Sherry Larson. An educator for most of her life, Sherry took up acting in her retirement years. Eight years of training at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and 6 years with The Professional Artist’s Workshop have ignited a passion for acting and made it possible for her to participate in many plays and film projects. Sherry

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Casey Sullivan. Theater credits include the role of Gary in DADDYO DIES WELL, written and directed by Obbie award winning Murray Mednick. Variety said, Sullivan, a winning performer even at Gary’s lowest ebb, believably charts a progression from panicky dry heaves to wonder as the Quechua brew brings this modern Everyman face to face with

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Carmella Jenkins is an actor, singer, storyteller. Since third grade, she has been captivated by the magic of theatre and storytelling. She is happy to call OpenFist her theatrical home. Long live “Live Theatre”.

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Originally from the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, Angel found his passion for theatre in middle school while competing within the TFA (Texas Forensic Association) and placed 31st in the nation in dramatic interpretation. His passion grew into profession while at the University of Houston where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and

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Stephanie Crothers is an actor and painter, and has been performing on stage as a dancer since the age of 5. She cut her teeth as an actor at the age of 10 playing a saloon whore in the rip-snortin, rootin-tootin musical spoof “Wagon Wheels West.” After finding her footing at the age of 21

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