The bizarre death of the town eccentric has people vying for his collection of Christian memorabilia.
Elliott Bales works as a film and theater actor based out of Washington DC and is a member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, and Veterans in Media and Entertainment. Film and Television credits include General Thomas Gage in Legends and Lies: Patriots on Fox News Channel, Chief Carl Stann in the FBI active shooter feature The Coming Storm, Pope Urban II in The Saint and the Sultan for Unity Productions Foundation and PBS, and James in the award-winning short film Wireless from Son of a Fritz Productions. Elliott is also a narrator of several successful audiobooks including the Crawlerz series, Promises Kept, Saxum, and How to Learn and Memorize Russian Vocabulary available on Audible. His theater credits include We Declare You a Terrorist at Round House Thater; Kleptocracy, Junk, and The Great Society at Arena Stage; Kings at Studio Theater; The Weir, Henry V, and Henry IV, Part 1 at Riverside Theater; and Annie at The Little Theater on the Square. Other theater credits include Folger Theater, Theater Alliance, 1st Stage, The Welders, and Spooky Action Theater. Education: BA, Drama, Abilene Christian University; MS, Strategy, National War College. He served as a US Army Officer, retiring after 26 years of service.
Aryeh loves creating art, pushing boundaries, and opening minds. And most importantly he loves to entertain.
Aryeh also stars in Episode One, “Platypus.”
Hannah Church is an Atlanta actor and playwright! You can also hear her voice on the podcast Meet Cute (That Summer), audiobooks on Audible, and she is the voice of Sakura on Hulu and Starz “Street Fighter: Round 1”. Apart from voice acting Hannah performs in theatre all over town, film/tv, and is a teaching artist for the Alliance Theatre.
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.
Hannah grew up in the historic and culture-filled pocket in Pennsylvania known as Bucks County; both Roger Hammerstein and Stephen Sondheim have also had the privilege of calling Bucks County home.
Hannah’s first indication that theatre was her calling was in the car with her father when he would play the Sirius XM Broadway station. She participated in drama all through high school and after some careful consideration studied Educational Theatre in the Music and Performing Arts Professions sector at NYU’s Steinhardt. She graduated as an honors scholar with a perfect 4.0 and a Founder’s Day award for her dedication and hard work. Hannah also minored in Media, Culture, and Communications
Blaque has been acting as long as he can remember (which may have been just 3 lines ago) mostly theatre or live performances. He did 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. Mostly Blaque does an occasional film these days.