Jessica Sherr, "A Bright Comedic Energy"- Chicago Reader, grew up in San Diego, California. Jessica recently was seen on Cloak and Dagger (ABC FreeForm) and BLUE BLOODS (CBS) opposite Donnie Wahlberg and appears on Season 2 of CLAWS (TNT). Her film "One, Two, Guess Who is Who" directed by Italian director, Lorenzo Faccenda, is set to screen at The London International Filmmaker Festival and has won Best Feature Film at New York Film Awards and Best Foreign Feature at The Los Angeles Independent Film Awards. Jessica is the actress / writer of the acclaimed one woman show, BETTE DAVIS AIN'T FOR SISSIES. She had her international debut at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and had a successful 4 week run in Chicago at The Athenaeum Theater this last June. Jessica was asked to expand the show and will return to Chicago for another 4 week run May 24-June 17, 2018. She has a monthly residency at The Actors Episcopal Guild in New York. Jessica is a certified personal trainer and holds her New York Real Estate License. Jessica is married to actor Douglas Schneider and they live in New Jersey. When not on stage you can find Jessica at Rockaway Beach surfing. www.JessicaSherr.com
"Rebel with a Cause"--Chicago Stage and Cinema
Robert Perillo (Director of Acting / Dramaturge/ Voice Coach) is a director and master voice coach. He directed the musical The Spitfire Grill, and served as both dramaturg and director for Aldo Pisano's one man show Judgement. He was vocal coach to writer and performer Lawrence Wright for his play The Human Scale, directed by Oskar Eustis. Robert was vocal and text coach for the New York Public Theater’s production of Love’s Labour’s Lost. In addition to serving on the faculty of the Public Theater’s Shakespeare Lab, he has been a Visiting Lecturer at Stanford University; at Stanford he was voice and text coach on three Shakespeare plays produced collaboratively by Stanford and the Public Theater. He has worked at Binghamton University, Marymount Manhattan College, The National Shakespeare Conservatory, New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and the Stella Adler Studio of Acting where he was head of the Voice Department.
Isabelle Color, Wardrobe: Recent credits include: See You At The Funeral (LaMama), The Subtle Body (59E59), Shitloads of Money (Ensemble Studio Theater), William Shakespeare's Mom (Ars Nova Ant Fest & The Brick), Uncle Vanya (Columbia University), Audiovideo; The Bachelors (Williamstown Theater Festival Workshop), The Unveiling (Dixon Place), Gentlemen of Kentucky (Dixon Place).