Kaliswa Brewster recently shot a principle role in the new pilot, BILLIONS, for Showtime. She has also appeared on CBS' Unforgettable. Off Broadway, she was seen in Eve Ensler's Emotional Creature at The Signature Theater (u/s). Kaliswa has worked at Hartford Stage, The Guthrie Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, Geva Theatre Center, American Conservatory Theater & The Contemporary American Theater Festival. Kaliswa has toured with The Acting Company and Aquila Theater Company. She trained at The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
Ian has recently starred in Aaron Posner's Stupid Fucking Bird and shot a guest starring role in the second season of #ThatThingFromBefore. Other credits include an episode of BOKtv, the pilot episode of Land of Kings and The Onion News Network on IFC as well as appearing numerous times Off-Broadway at The Irish Repertory Theatre, The Directors Company, Theatre For A New Audience, The Irish Arts Center, and Under St Marks. Regionally, he has been seen at Portland Center Stage, Dorset Theatre Festival, Syracuse Stage, The Guthrie Theater, The Geva Theater Center, and Virginia Stage. Ian trained with The U of MN/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. In 2012, Ian was nominated for a New York Innovative Theater Award for Best Supporting Actor. Instagram: @iholcomb1 Twitter: @IanHolcomb1
Lakisha May is an actor, writer, producer, and director with a passion for using the arts to uplift and educate young people. She has her MFA in acting from The American Conservatory Theater and her BA from Spelman College. She has performed at various regional theaters throughout the country. Lakisha is also steadily building her TV credits with roles on Boardwalk Empire, Law & Order: SVU, and Forever. Lakisha was also the lead of the Panamanian film Historias del Canal. Historias is currently on the festival circuit. Lakisha has produced a web series (We, The Groupies) and a short film, Self-Preservation, which she also wrote and directed. Lakisha is a teaching artist with various organizations throughout the city. She also facilitates team-building workshops for first year students at universities throughout the US and Canada.
Broadway: Chaplin (Oona), Anything Goes (Hope), Sondheim on Sondheim, and Wicked (Glinda). Most recently, she was seen in the world premiere musical, Amazing Grace (Mary). She appeared in the NY Philharmonic's production of Sweeney Todd (Johanna) at Lincoln Center, which was aired on PBS. Regional: South Pacific (Nellie) at Paper Mill and Light in the Piazza (Clara) at South Coast Repertory. Film/TV: “Gossip Girl,” “Blue Bloods,” The Parent Trap and the upcoming film, The Intern.
Michael is a New York based actor working in Theatre, Film and TV. His Off-Broadway credits include Othello (NYTW), the Obie Award winning play You Got Older (HERE, Page 73), Couriers and Contrabands (TBG Theatre),Fashions for Men (The Mint) and Beyond Therapy (TACT). Regional work includes Coriolanus (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Love in the Wars (Bard Summerscape), The Great Gatsby (Virginia Stage Company), A Few Good Men (The Alley Theatre), Arms and the Man (The Guthrie Theatre), The Winters Tale (Chautauqua Theatre Company), As You Like It (Continuum Company) and Dracula (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Film: Sheep Skin, Autumn Whispers, Candlesticks. TV: The Blacklist (NBC), In Performance (PBS). He has collaborated with some of the most exciting theatre makers in New York including Sam Gold, Anne Kauffman, Ken Rus Schmoll, Moritz Von Stupenagel, Daniel Craig, David Oyelowo, Reed Birney, Ayad Ahktar and Clare Barron. He has performed internationally in both Italy and Chile and has taught Voice and Movement at New York Film Academy and the Chilean American Institute in Santiago, Chile. Michael is a grateful member of New York Theatre Workshop's artistic family the Usual Suspects, where he participates as a regular collaborator. He received his MFA in Acting from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts
Alex Ubokudom is a actor, writer, producer, and director. He has a BA from the University of Michigan and an MFA from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. He’s appeared in many Off-Broadway and regional theater productions. He’s also been in various independent films. Last year, Alex released “We The Groupies” a satirical web series he wrote, produced, and starred in.
Ms Griffith made her broadway debut in A Texas Trilogyin 1977, and has appeared in plays at WPA, Hudson Guild, The Women’s Project; Bethany, The Most Deserving, MTC; In the Summerhouse, The Promenade;The Holy Terror, UBU, The Roundabout, New Georges; Stretch;A Fantasia, The Lambs, The Mint;The Fatal Weakness (Drama Desk Nomination, outstanding actress),Mary Broome,Irish Rep.; DA, The Masterbuilder, It’s a wonderful Life and the Atlantic Theatre among others. A member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, she has appeared in 15 “Marathons” in the works of, to name a few, Frank Gilroy, Joyce Carol Oates, Peter Maloney, David Mamet, Edward Allen Baker, and Paul Austin. She has performed at regional theaters across the country and at The Shaw Festival in Canada. On TV she has guest-starred in the series Law & Order (and its franchises SVU &CI), Blue Bloods,New Amsterdam, Ed, Wonderland, and Third Watch. TV movies include: Rose Hill (w/ Jennifer Garner), The Long Way Home (w/ Jack Lemmon), Gregory K: A Place to Be, and Flesh and Blood (w/ Denzel Washington and John Cassavetes). Feature films include Drawing Home, Cold in July,Woody Allen’s Interiors, Steven Soderbergh’s King of the Hill and James Ivory’s The Europeans.
Broadway: The Philanthropist; New York: The Mound Builders (Signature Theatre), Man and Superman (Irish Repertory Theatre), Mary Broome and The Wife to James Whelan (both for Mint Theatre Co), The Misanthrope (Pearl Theatre Co). Regional: Othello (Folger Shakespeare Theatre), A Delicate Ship (Premiere, Cincinnati Playhouse);The Illusion; Romeo and Juliet; Crimes of the Heart; Doubt; Amadeus (all for PlayMakers Repertory Company. TV: Dawson's Creek, Law & Order, The Good Wife, Louie, Forever, [I Love You...But I Lied (Spring 2015)] Film: He's Way More Famous than You.
George is currently appearing on Broadway in The Visit, starring Chita Rivera & Roger Rees. He was most recently seen Off-Broadway as Charlie Townsend in Allegro at Classic Stage Company, directed by John Doyle. He has appeared regionally at Geva Theatre Center, Human Race Theatre and the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. He is very excited to be sharing in this experience with his friends and former cast-mates Ian & Kaliswa.
Elliot Eustis is a video producer/editor. He is an Avid Media Composer certified instructor, and teaches post-production at the New York Film Academy. He works as a freelance videographer and editor, and sometimes he acts in things. He lives in Brooklyn, NY, with roommates. He wonders if he'll ever live alone again, the which he only did once in his life and for less than a year... but, hey, that's the economy we live in, right?