Hannah Whitney

as Lily White, a loving wife

Hannah Whitney is a Brooklyn-based actor, singer, and comedian. Most recently seen at Dixon Place and Ars Nova in What's this called, this spirit?, a new concert-play. She'll be in Tokyo in late June performing with La MaMa ETC. She is also writer/director of Dummy, Baby, an upcoming short film. Graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, AEA member. 

Adam Blodgett

as David Cain, a lonely detective

Adam Blodgett is an actor and playwright. Studio 42: Miss Lily Gets Boned, Unproducible Smackdown! (’13, ’14, '15). New York: Nature Theater of Oklahoma's Life and Times at the Public, David Rabe's Gilgamesh: The Prince at NYSAF, Movers & Sons at Clubbed Thumb. He was an award-winning participant in the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts' YoungArts program, subsequently appearing in the Emmy-nominated HBO series YoungArts MasterClass. More at www.adamblodgett.com.

Christina King

as Mary Matthews, a best friend

Christina King studied theatre at New York University's Tisch School for the Arts. Some of her previous credits include Juliet (Romeo and Juliet- Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Celia (As You Like It- Royalty Free Theatre), Joan of Arc/Elizabeth (War of the Roses- RFT), Sally Lincoln (Honestly Abe- Off Broadway), Sarah Brown (Guys and Dolls- Cohoes Music Hall), Betty Schaefer (Sunset Boulevard- CMH), Hero (Much Ado- London RADA), and Kim MacAfee (Bye, Bye, Birdie- NYU Tisch). She has also worked as a choreographer, puppet captain, assistant director, acting coach and yoga teacher. @chmking; christinamarieking.wordpress.com

Mariel Blatt

as Evette Abrahms, an exceptional secretary

Mariel Blatt was born and bred in Brooklyn, and has a BFA from the sexy, magical world of Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She's an avid yogi, and feels most alive when performing. Some of her favorite roles have been Sarraghina in Nine, Raffaela in Grand Hotel, the first-ever female Warden in Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Trina in Falsettos, and a very naked, very free Woman in the recent Off-Broadway revival of Let My People Come , A Sexual Musical.

Rob Brinkmann

as Damien Kadmon, a bloodthirsty loan shark

NYU Tisch alumni recently seen in 32 Suncook Road at Manhattan Rep Theater and Cygnus ISA at the Planet Connections Festival.