When tragedy befalls the neighbor of a retired woman, she learns more about the woman than she ever expected.
Sandra Jones took a leap of faith six years ago and at the age of 60 moved to Atlanta to fulfill a dream. A veteran stage actress, Ms. Jones has come to Atlanta to fulfill her dream of working in television, film and voiceover work. 🙂
Annie is a retired teacher and speech and forensics coach from Lexington, Kentucky. She voiced Alpha in the radio play The Old Ways for Athenswest Theatre, assistant directed Last Train to Nibroc for Studio Players and is the Associate Casting Director for this very podcast. She would like to thank Steve and Marianne for encouraging her to return to theatre work and to Michael (JoeMike) for taking her along on his artistic ride from the beginning.
Catherine Gaffney holds a BA in Theatre from San Francisco State University, and an MFA in Acting/Directing from Regent University, VA. Blessed to have performed at theatres across the country, some of her favorite roles include Lost in Yonkers (Bella) at Taproot Theatre (Seattle, WA), Our Town (Mrs. Gibbs) at Cortland Repertory Theatre (Finger Lakes, NY), The Importance of Being Earnest (Miss Prism) with AthensWest (Lex, KY), and Holes (The Warden) with Lexington Children’s Theatre. In addition to her stage work, she is an on-camera actor, voice-over talent and audiobook narrator, as well as an adjunct professor at Asbury University (KY). Catherine resides in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky with her screenwriter husband, Sean and their crazy cat!
Mustapha Slack is an actor, theatre artist, and sports fanatic. Since graduating with a BFA in Theatre Performance in 2017, he has worked with brands such as Disney, Ford, BET, and UPS. He stays in the Atlanta area and has been working in the theatre as well as on short and feature-length films in the area.
Mustapha also stars in Episode 9, “Hotel del Sol.”
Aryeh loves creating art, pushing boundaries, and opening minds. And most importantly he loves to entertain.
Aryeh also stars in Episode One, “Platypus.”