Meet the Cast
Michael Mau is a writer. He also does odd jobs.
Keillor Mau is first and foremost a trampoline god. Don’t believe me? Check out his Instagram and bow to him.
Blaque has been acting as long as he can remember (which may have been just 3 lines ago)–mostly theatre or live performances. He voiced a number of scripts with the Blue Ridge Radio Players. They produced recorded dramatizations and distributed them free on cassette to schools and libraries for the sight impaired. They would send to individuals on request, too. “This experience reminded me of those days,” he said. Mostly Blaque does an occasional film these days.
Paul Fegan–Slurpee Man
Paul E. Fegan started performing at the age of 9 when he played a newsboy in Gypsy, and has not stopped. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he acted at The 16th Street Playhouse, The Players Club, and served on the Board of Directors of Manhattan Conservatory Theatre, where he performed in A Cry of Players and the US premiere of Little Moon of Alban. Paul co-founded Fegan’s Pocket Storytelling Troupe and, with his wife Gerri, he performed for schools, libraries, and festivals. During this time he mentored a youth theater group in Kenya. Recently Paul has appeared as Fagin in Oliver, and Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Paul also is an active performer for The Murder Mystery Company of Tampa.
Christa Burton is an Award-winning Voice Actor from Atlanta, GA known for her years of voice work with Atlanta Radio Theater Company, receiving the Sacha Dzuba Memorial Award for Audio Performance as Nothing-At-All from “Nothing At All”. She can be heard in episodes 6 and 8 of Community Cat News as well as her narration work for the multi-award-winning book series the NecroSeam Chronicles.
with Shenandoah Evans as Mom