Michael Cyril Creighton - "Waiter"

Michael Cyril Creighton ("Jack"/Writer/Creator/Director) is an actor and writer based in New York City.  TV credits include: "Louie", "30 Rock", "Orange is the New Black" and "Jeffery & Cole Casserole." On stage, MCC has originated roles in Blood Play, Cape Disappointment, You're Welcome, Buddy Cop 2 (all with The Debate Society) Josh Conkel's MilkMilkLemonade (NY Innovative Theatre Award Nominee for Outstanding Featured Actor), Delaney Britt Brewer's An Octopus Love Story and was seen in the NY premiere of Durang's The Vietnamization of New Jersey and George Street Theatre's production of Lend Me A Tenor. Film: Shannon Plumb's Towheads, Chioke Nassor's How To Follow Strangers and Jean Pesce's Mr. Lamb. On the web, he wrote and guest starred in "Helen", an episode of Katja Blichfeld & Ben Sinclair's web series"High Maintenance" and has been seen in episodes of "Very Mary-Kate", "VH1's Best Night Ever", "Downsized", "The Burg", "The Good Neighbor Minute" and "The Mimi & Flo Show", to name a few. MCC was the winner of the 2013 Writers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing Original New Media for his work on "Jack in a Box" and was also nominated in the same category the year prior. "Jack in a Box" also won Best Web Series at the 2010 New York Television Festival. He was a founding member of the NY Neo-Futurists and is a frequent guest artist with The Debate Society. He holds a BFA in acting from Emerson College, where he was the recipient of The Carol Burnett Award.

Corey Sullivan - "Mr. Lamb"

Corey Sullivan has appeared Off Broadway in: Take What is Yours (59e59/The Living Theater); The Bacchae (The Public/Shakespeare in the Park); NY Premiere of Christopher Durang’s The Vietnamization of New Jersey (Theater Row). With his theater company, Theater Mitu, he has collaborated on productions of A Dream Play, Death of a Salesman in Abu Dhabi, Chaos, The Apostle Project, Ahraihsak, Happy Accident #1, Dhammashok and The Ramayana. Other productions include Uncle Vanya (Moscow Art Theater); Dostoevsky’s The Idiot (Moscow Art Theater); Important Hats of the 20th Century (Williamstown Theater Fest); World’s Fair Play (The Debate Society/New York Stage and Film); Grizzly Adams (Joe’s Pub); The Sporting Life (Studio 42/Vineyard); Straight Up Vampire (Joe’s Pub); The Nosemaker’s Apprentice (Terrible Baby/Brick); The Real Thing (Walkerspace); Rockberry: The Last One Man Show (Terrible Baby/Brick); Little Building (Galapagos). Films include Queso Flameado (also dir by Jean Pesce), Humpty, The Frontiersman’s Wife, Party Trick and The Escapists. He holds a BA in Theater and Theology from Bard College and an MFA from A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.

Hanlon Smith-Dorsey - "Hank"

Hanlon Smith-Dorsey (Hank) Hanlon is an actor and dancer who was most recently seen in The Debate Society's Blood Play, which performed at The Public Theater and the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He was also in the world premiere of Love Monster at Dixon Place. He can be seen in the movies A Cadaver Christmas, Party Trick and Living While Falling. He holds a BA in Theater from Bard College and an MFA in Acting from DePaul University.

Aysan Celik - "Myrna"

Aysan Celik has been a stage performer and theater maker for over fifteen years. Classically trained and experimental in focus, she has originated roles in new plays and musicals as well as inhabited classic parts Off Broadway, Off Off Broadway, on national tours, at regional theaters in the US, and in the UK. Aysan made her feature film debut to critical acclaim co-starring with Danny Masterson and Phyllis Somerville in the award-winning indie comedy “The Brooklyn Heist”.