THE CAST

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E TALLEY II

E Talley II (SAG-AFTRA) earned his Bachelor's degree (Music/French) from the University of Michigan and his Master of Fine Arts degree as a Hilberry Repertory Theatre Fellow from Wayne State University.

Theater credits include playing Pharaoh in the musical Yosef at the Lawrence Theatre in New York; Right Hand in the musical Seven at the Connelly Theatre in Manhattan; Jim in the national tour of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, among many others.

TV/Film credits include: Principal Flutist in the Grand Hyatt Hotel commercial starring Josh Groban; Baritone Vocalist in the Showtime series The Big C; Bodyguard in the TV show Star promo commercial, and many more.  E also teaches R&B/Gospel Line Dancing (as seen on the ABC's The View) throughout northern New Jersey.

JACQUELINE KEELEY

Jacqueline is an Actor-Singer-Dancer living and performing in New York City.  Her recent experience in regional theater, film and TV includes roles in theater productions of Assassins, Pippin and The Mikado.

After earning a Bachelor's Degree in Theater Performance from Occidental College in Los Angeles and studying at the London Dramatic Academy, Jacqueline moved to New York to pursue her love of theater.  Professional, enthusiastic, and skilled at her craft, she has loved working in both NYC and LA.

DAVID ROBERTS

David Roberts began in off-Broadway theatre and became a 2016 Audelco Award nominee for Best Supporting Actor & 2013 ABFF Star Project Finalist.  He was also a 3-time winner of the Manhattan Monologue Slam.

His most recent success has been a recurring role as CO Davis in Season 5 of the hit show, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK and a cameo in the VH1 show, The Breaks. He has starred in the films Out Of My Hand, For Our Sins, and numerous television commercials.

David  has also recently performed in the off-Broadway sensation, Layon Gray’s Black Angels Over Tuskegee, while also enjoying lead roles in productions of The Fall of the Kings and The Day After MLK.  He trained at the NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

BILLIE WYATT

Billie Wyatt was born and raised in Fredericksburg, Virginia. She is a graduate of The American Musical and Dramatic Academy Studio Conservatory Program. She has made appearances in productions such as Pip’s Island (J&B Theatrical Productions), Unto These Hills (Cherokee Historical Association) as well as the upcoming Strawberry One Act Festival.

Billie's life and artistic goal is to perform work that relays important messages about the world we live in and celebrates life. She would like to thank her mother, sister, grandparents, family and best friend for their endless love and support.

J. SCOT CAHOON

J. Scot Cahoon has enjoyed roles in New York and regional theater, film and voice-over, and he is thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in this important piece of new work.  His recent theater credits include various roles in productions of Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, Tartuffe, Hairspray, Ayn Rand's Anthem and The Fantasticks.

Scot hails from colorful Colorado, with a BA Theatre: Acting/Directing from Colorado Mesa University, and he thanks God, family, and friends for all the good things in life.

KELLY FAIRBROTHER

Kelly is a Pittsburgh native who received her BFA from Ithaca College.  She is jazzed to be a part of this story and this team!

Recent credits include: Orphans and Outsiders (American Theatre for Actors), Aphrodisiac (Loft227), Three Christs (Dixon Place), and Midsummer Night's Dream (Ithaca Shakespeare Company).  Upcoming: The Weigh-In (ART South Oxford Space).