Allie Kunkler (Kelly) is a Chicago theatre/film actor and makeup artist (rep: Ford Artists), and holds a BA in Theatre from Miami University. Allie has spent the last year working on the independent film Cheap Plastic Mask, which she directed and co-produced, so she is excited to be back on stage! She has studied Meisner at Black Box Acting Studio and completed the writing conservatory at The Second City.
Becca Slack (Mackenzie) is thrilled to be apart of this production. After graduating from the University of Colorado, she moved to Chicago to pursue comedy. She has trained at iO, Annoyance, CIC theater, and Second City. You can see her improvise with Denver at iO, Purple Rain at CIC, and Squall at The Playground. Last year she wrote and performed her first solo show "Tone Issues" at CIC Theater. She really wants a micro pig.
Caleb Fullen (Mark) was most recently seen as Herbert Pocket in Strawdog Theatre's production of Great Expectations. He is an artistic associate and performer at The CIC Theater as a member of the house improv team Clockwise. He also played Mervyn in CIC's production of A Behanding in Spokane. He would like to thank Mary and Ryan.
Joel Reitsma (Gus) Chicago credits include Airline Highway(Steppenwolf Theatre); the inaugural production of Ecstasy (Cole Theatre); Tennessee Williams’s Vieux Carré (Raven Theatre); Love and Understanding (Red Twist Theatre); Motortown (Steep Theatre Co.; Non-Equity Jeff Award nomination — Outstanding Actor in a Principal Role); and The Brig (Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co.). Joel is represented by Paonessa Talent Agency. “Thanks to my family for their endless support and Laura- my everything.”
Patrice Foster (Nurse) is an actor/ director originally from Wilmington, Delaware. She has lived in Chicago for over a year now and has worked with Eclipse Theatre Company, Knife & Fork, Theater Unspeakable, Prologue Theatre Company, The Arc Theatre, Pride Films and Plays and is a proud member of Waltzing Mechanics. Regional credits include Barter Theatre (Hanging Mary, A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Thousand Cranes) and The Berkshire Theatre Group (Cinderella). Patrice received her MFA in acting from the University of Arkansas. Many thanks to her friends and family for all of their love and support!
Rebecca Sohn (Visitor) is an improviser and an actor. Acting credits include The Butcher of Baraboo at Steppenwolf, Our Class at Remy Bumppo (5 Jeff Nominations including Best Production and Ensemble), What Once We Felt at About Face. TV/Film credits include: Shrink (Winner, 2012 NY TV Festival Best Comedy Pilot, NYTVF Critics Award, and Best Supporting Actress nominee, Gold Coast Film Festival), Chai Chat for Second City Networks (Director). She’s an alum of The Second City ETC and and member of The Annoyance Theatre. Currently, she improvises in TNT at Annoyance and with Virgin Daiquiri at IO. You can see her as Mari Hoff in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at Theatre Wit this August. She thanks Rich because she loves him.
Terence Sims (Russell) has studied American Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College in London and is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago. He is also a member of the Kinfolk Collective, a collective of visual auteurs with a passion for personal narratives that transcend cultural borders. Terence most recently appeared in Hellcab at Profiles Theatre.
Sarah Borer (Stage Manger) is a Resident Artist with CIC. Most recently she managed the stages of CIC’s Where Are You Carmen Sanbliego? and The Women’s Theatre Alliance New Play Festival. She made her directorial debut with A Behanding in Spokane at CIC. And every Friday night you can find her wrangling the pimps of Pimprov.