Chandler Massey as Danny Sullivan

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Chandler Massey was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia alongside his two younger siblings. Massey graduated from Norcross High School in 2009.  There, he was active in the Drama Club and took part in many school productions including playing a lead role in “Little Shop of Horrors” and “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” While in Atlanta, Massey strengthened his craft by studying acting with prominent coaches.  In September 2009, he moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA and pursue his dream of acting.  By December 2009, following the completion of his first quarter at UCLA, Massey was cast to play the role of Will Horton on NBC’s “Days of Our Lives.” He recently ended his four year role and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy each of those years. He’s won three. Previously, Massey has appeared in episodes of ONE TREE HILL, EASTBOUND AND DOWN and ARMY WIVES. On the feature side, Massey recently wrapped The Standoff  with Olivia Holt and Ryan McCartan, as well as the thriller Hide In the Light. Previously, he starred in the movie,  16-LOVE, a romantic comedy set in the world of tennis, alongside Lindsey Shaw.

Shane coffey as Jake Sullivan


Originally from Houston Texas, Shane Coffey received his BFA in theater from the University of Southern California. After graduating, he began to work right away, landing the recurring character of Holden on the hit ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars.  Shortly thereafter Shane was brought on to play the recurring younger version of the lead in TNT's series Perception. He has also guest starred on a number of television shows, including CSI, The Originals, Castle, NCIS, and Major Crimes. In 2016, you can see him as the leading role, alongside Game Of Throne's Jason Momoa, in the thriller Sugar Mountain.  When Shane is not in front of the camera, he spends his time writing and directing as well as playing music.

Tracey Fairaway as Nicole

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Tracey Fairaway began her acting career 6 years ago building an impressive résumé in a very short period of time. Most recently, she booked two television pilots including the ABC REVENGE tinged pilot KINGMAKERS as one of the female leads. Immediately prior she filmed an outstanding supporting role in the new Tom Tyckwer film HOLOGRAM FOR A KING in which she portrays Tom Hanks daughter. The film is set for release this year. She was also seen in  the Nicole Holofcener film, "Enough Said" opposite James Gandolfini and Julia Louis Dreyfus  released by Fox Searchlight. Previously that year she also starred in the MOW "Zephyr Springs" opposite Devon Werkheiser which premiered June 1st to excellent numbers.Tracey was born in Southern California and has lived there her entire life. An avid supporter of the arts growing up she immersed herself in everything from acting to singing to drawing and ultimately began modeling at the age of fifteen. She found significant success booking high level print and high end fashion jobs that had her traveling around the world. At nineteen she decided to dedicate herself to acting and pursue that dream exclusively. Her first break came when she booked a recurring role on the ABC Family series “Make it Or Break It.” A series regular role on the Fox animated series “Neighbors from Hell” quickly followed. Over the past six years Tracey has continued to build her resume from other notable series (including the lead of Alloy’s popular “First Day” series and being the actress originally set in the role of ‘Lennox’ in “Melissa and Joey”) to TV movies (including the popular “Bling Ring”) to film (including last year’s South by South West critical favorite “Eden” in which she starred opposite Jamie Chung). When not working, Tracey is writing screenplays, short fiction and everything else that comes to mind.

Richard Riehle as Father Rob

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Richard Riehle is an actor’s actor who has appeared in over 200 films and over 50 different television shows as well as having performed on stage in many of the country’s most prestigious theaters. The list of films is as illustrious as it is extensive with memorable performances in films such as “Bridesmaids,” “Office Space,” “Casino,” “The Fugitive,” “Glory,” “Ghosts of Mississippi,” “Fried Green Tomatoes,” “Of Mice and Men,” and “Mysterious Skin.”  He is a passionate supporter of new and independent filmmakers. Richard was most recently seen in “Texas Chainsaw 3D” and recently completed filming “Sex, Death and Bowling,” as well as “Bukowski” for director James Franco. Television audiences know him from series regular roles on comedies such as “Grounded for Life” and “Married to the Kellys.”  His extensive list of dramatic roles, include work on telefilms such as, “Keeper of the City” and “The Laramie Project.”  Recent Guest Starring performances include “NCIS,” “Black-ish,” “Two and a Half Men,” “The Mindy Project,” “Maron,” and “Mob City.”  He is widely known for his many appearances in iconic television series including  “The West Wing,” “Boston Legal,” “ER,” and “Allie McBeal” to name a few.

James Devita as Sheraski

James DeVita, a native of Long Island, NY, is an actor and an author. He is a core company member and literary manager at American Players Theater, a classical repertory theater. Along with his novels, A Winsome Murder, The Silenced, and Blue, Jim has also worked extensively as a playwright. He is a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship for Fiction, and The American Alliance of Theater and Education honored his body of work with the Charlotte B. Chorpenning Award. Film credits include Madison, and Greenside.

Colleen Madden AS Sally


Colleen Madden is a Core Company Member of American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin, where she has been honored to perform for over 15 years. She has performed on regional stages such as The Alliance Theater, Virginia Stage Company, Texas Shakespeare Theater,  Two River Theater, and Riverside Theater, as well as the Midwest stages of Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Renaissance Theatreworks, Madison Repertory Theater, and Forward Theater.  Recent film credits include Christmas Trees and No Brainer. She holds a B.A. In Chinese from University of Pittsburgh and an MFA in theatre from Delaware's Professional Theatre Training Program.

Jessica Lynn Parsons as Cassidy

Jessica Lynn Parsons is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and currently works and lives in Los Angeles. Before moving to LA, she received B.A.'s in Theatre and Film from Western Michigan University, and studied French language at the Centre de linguistique appliquée in Besançon, France. Jessica has performed in diverse theatrical spaces, from Second City Hollywood's mainstage, to TV and film productions, to intimate black box theatres.  To find out more about Jessica's current projects, visit her website at

Melissa Nearman as Jennifer

Melissa Nearman grew up in Monroe, Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Theatre and French.  She lived in New York for five years, where she starred in productions of "Picnic," "Crimes of the Heart," as well as "Rosaries and Vodka," which premiered at LaMaMa Experimental Theatre.  Melissa's recent film credits include WORRY DOLLS and PATCHWORK.  Melissa is in several web series, her favorites are "Remain Calm," "Cynthia Watros Gets Lost," and "The Ethical Slut," for which she was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress by the LAWEBFEST.  Melissa currently resides in Los Angeles.

Flynn Marcus as The Alter Boy

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Flynn lives in Madison, WI where he goes to school and performs in both professional and amateur theater. He is frequently on stage with The Children's Theater of Madison where is also a student in the Actors Academy. When he's not performing, he enjoys golf, playing guitar, and swimming.

Eliza Marcus as Zoë

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Eliza Marcus had a great time as part of the cast of Aquarians. She lives in Madison, WI where she enjoys going to school, writing fiction and poetry, and performing with the Children's Theater of Madison.