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Howard Leder is a Los Angeles-based actor as well as one of TV’s most respected editors. In 2021, he appeared at the Utah Shakespeare Festival in The Comedy of Errors and Cymbeline. LA theater credits include The Nether (Veil Theatre), Duet For One (Beverly Hills Playhouse), and Our Country’s Good (Actors’ Rep Theatre of Simi). He recently made his TV debut in the acclaimed

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Timothy P. Brown is a versatile trained thespian with many credits on the stage under his belt. With an M.F.A. in theater [S.M.U.], Timothy is proficient with dialects and improv skills. Timothy’s vast Shakespearean versatility stretches from the dark depths of Aaron the Moor in Titus Andronicus to the love-sick Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night.

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Syanne Green is an actor born and raised in Florida. Recently graduated from AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts she is now a new member of the Open Fist theatre company and looks forward to many endeavors with the company the first being “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. She prides herself in making people

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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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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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Debba Rofheart

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Art Hall’s high school production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” introduced him to thrill of live theatre. He went on to appear in nearly every production at Chesapeake High until his graduation. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance at the University of Maryland while appearing in many of the department’s productions including

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