Classically trained, Elyse Price has played roles from Shakespeare to Tennesee Williams, performing in major American repertory theaters, the Moscow Art Theatre and Theatre Calgary. Most recently Elyse performed in Shaw's Major Barbara (A.C.T.) and Pygmalion (California Shakespeare Theater), the original cast of Steve Yocky's Very Still and Hard to See, and the American premiere of Phantom Pains by Vasily Sigarev. Elyse received her MFA from the American Conservatory and her BA from Queens College in 2010.
Katie Vincent is an NYC-Based actor, writer, producer, musician and all around maker of stuff. Past film credits include: Prego (Usher Morgan), Death (and Disco Fries) (Dennis Cahlo), Before The Snow (Manmade Productions), Hotel (Manmade), BadPuss: A Popumentary (Emily Weist), among other titles. She has also appeared in theatre pieces with Columbia University’s MFA Drama Program, Playhouse On Park, Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, and more. She received her BFA in Drama from Tisch NYU.
Joel is an American actor, voice artist, and co-artistic director of Benefit of the Doubt Theatre Company. Film and TV credits include Law and Order: SVU, Silent Hill: Downpour, Fine Dining, and the upcoming feature film Mouse. Theatre credits include The Strand Theater’s inaugural production of Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and Niagara Falls by Steve Yocky. Joel trained at LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts, The Moscow Art Theater, received a BA from Queens College, and an MFA from the American Conservatory Theater.
Joe Trombino is a New York City performer. He started as a dancer at La Guardia H.S. of the Performing Arts, continuing dance throughout college working with the likes of Beyoncé, Ricky Martin, Mark Romanek, and on Saturday Night Live. As a singer, Trombino wrote & recorded vocals for three albums with Urban Sun and The Great Apes. He attended Queens College studying under Yale alum Steven Rowe and Claudia Feldstein. After working with John Rando at the Yale Musical Theater Workshop, Joe joined the Old Sound Room Theater group in 2016. He recently appeared on the Stephen Colbert Show.
Studied at the Herbert Berghof studios studying under the John Monteith and Michael Beckett. Emil Ferzola appeared in over 25 short films. Highlights include Jimmy Hoffa in History Detectives on PBS. Stage credits include Arsenic and Old Lace, and Happy Birthday Wanda June.
A versatile and talented actor, Yaron Urbas has played everything from working class hero, soldier, mobster to cultured entrepreneur in various roles for feature films and Television. He is known best for his appearance in Orange is the New Black, Gotham, The Blacklist and the Jim Gaffigan Show, among others.