A woman who mocks the #metoo movement finds herself conflicted when she shares her own story and is called a liar.
Naomi Grossman is an actor, writer, and producer best known for her role as Pepper in the second and fourth seasons of the FX horror television series American Horror Story. She was a 2018 Primetime Emmy nominee for “Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama” for her role in Ctrl Alt Delete.
A former member of the Groundlings Sunday Company, as well as alumni of Improv Olympic, Naomi has written, produced, and starred in numerous comedic shorts under her “Red Meat Entertainment” banner.
Actor, producer, and director Chad Morgan has been fortunate enough to tell stories through stage, film, television, and now narrative podcasts, for the past 27 years. Her work can be seen in many familiar places and in little known spaces though most often existing as an everyday Los Angeleno cruising the city streets to her own beat.
Peter Evangelista is an Actor born and bred in New York. Credits include–Broadway: The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream (Dir. Steven Van Zandt); Off-Broadway: Men and Women Talking Love and Sex (Davenport Theater), Also Learns to Love (Acorn Theater), Macbeth (New York Shakespeare Company). Regional (selected): Native Gardens written by award-winning Karen Zacarías (Majestic Theater), Airness (Shadowland Stages), Romeo & Juliet (Castle Rep), 12 Angry Men (John W. Engemen Theater), A Streetcar Named Desire.
Film Credits: What She Said, Star Crossed Lovers, Bully.
Television: Succession (HBO), Billions (Showtime), Monsterland (Hulu). He is a proud member of Actors Equity Association & SAG-AFTRA.
Anastasia Wilson is an actor and devising artist. She received her M.F.A. in Physical Theatre from Accademia Dell’ Arte (Italy), and her B.A. in theatre from the University of Maryland. Her most recent credits include feature films Creed III, Stay Safe, and Walden. When she is not performing she can be found flamenco dancing with Calo Gitano or traveling to some distant land to perform and play.
Brendan Andolsek Bradley is a multi-award winning actor, writer, director and producer with over 100 IMDb credits, 50+ million online views, and trained at The Royal Academy in London, New York University’s Tisch School and The Groundlings. He established The Integrative Technology Lab at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and was the “face” of Staples for three years as the company’s international spokesperson in over 50 commercials.
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.