Mildred Richards


Kat Wisener (Mildred)

Kat Wisener earned her B.A. in Theatre and Dance at James Madison University. She was raised in a variety of locations including Virginia, New York, Indiana, Germany, and London, where she studied at The University of London and Shakespeare's Globe. Credits in addition to Mildred Richards include All She Wants To Do (Winner - Best Narrative - 2008 FirstGlance Film Fest Hollywood; Official Selection - 2008 Jersey Shore Film Festival), and Wish You Were Mine (Official Selection - 2007 New York City Horror Film Festival). Kat has performed at Radio City Music Hall and various off-Broadway venues. Favorite regional credits include Equus (Jill), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Julia), and the alluring Magician's Assistant in the magic and variety show, Magic and Mischief. Kat currently resides in Manhattan.

Nick Arens (Gerald)

A graduate of UCLA, Nick has worked with Jacques Heim (Diavolo Dance Theater) and Ken Roht (99cent Only Store Show) before moving to New York. Off-Broadway credits include Roadhouse- The Play, Corporate Rock, and Fatal Attraction - A Greek Tragedy. He has additionally appeared in the following festivals: The Baby Jesus One-Act Jubilee, Estrogenius Festival 2007, Dewey's Nightmare, and The Binge Festival 2007-2008. In addition to acting, Nick has worked as an art fabricator and bronze worker for various projects in New York, Los Angeles and Laguna Beach, California.

Marilyn Duryea (Aunt Martha)

Marilyn Duryea has appeared in the short films, Waiting and Burden, as well as in industrials and commercials. Her theatre roles in New York include All's Well That Ends Well (Countess Rossillion), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Mistress Ford), Nasty Things, Murders (Mary), The Suitcase Chronicle (Hadley, 1961), Richard III (Duchess of York ), Antigone (Teiresias/Chorus) and Exit The King (Juliette). In 2006 she received the Jean Dalrymple Award for Best Shakespearean Character Actress.

Ray Wasik (Mr. Jordan)

Ray Wasik played the roles of Rooster and Bishop in Slamovir Mrozek's Serenade and Philosopher Fox, which won the award for Outstanding Production at the New York Innovative Theatre Awards in 2005. Films include: Swoon, The Eyes of Van Gogh, Windcroft, Pretty to Think So and Rockaway (Official Selection - Tribeca Film Festival 2005). Throughout his stage career Ray has portrayed Charles Chaplin, Lenny Bruce, Winslow Homer and Jean Genet.

Dan Leeds (Doctor Smith)

Dan Leeds has appeared in the television shows, Sensing Murder and Law & Order. NY stage credits include A Christmas Carol (13th Street Repertory Co), 1918: A House Divided (Theater For The New City). Films include: Never Say Goodbye, No One, The Devil and Tommy Burton and Pearl Harbor Day.

Brandon Jones (Mr. Wilson)

Brandon Jones recently appeared in Manhattan Theatre Club's Studio production of Tales from the Tunnel written by James Valletti and Troy Diana in New York. NY stage credits include Beef (Crown Point Festival), Orange (Center Stage), and Dreams of Friendly Aliens (Abingdon Theatre Co.), Three Days Later in the "Dark Nights" series (Prospect Theater Co.), and the New York Premiere of Murder (PS122). Regional credits include References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (Garson Theatre Co.), Othello, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and To Kill A Mockingbird all at the Lexington Shakespeare Festival. Film credits include Biting Back, Trust22 (Best Documentary/Tenerife International Film Festival), and Incorporated. Voice over credits include McDonald's (with Isaiah Whitlock), Pierre Foods, and Voices from the Military. Brandon is a graduate of CCM and a proud member of Actors Equity Association.

Renee Marie Brewster (Mary)

Renee-Marie has been living her dreams in New York City for the past three years. You have seen her in theater and television, most recently in the currently airing Time Warner Cable commercial and as the supporting lead in the Off-Broadway show Platanos and Collard Greens. Other works are a recurring role on As the World Turns, Auction Block to Hip Hop, and her first film Broken Chains which has been accepted into multiple film festivals. A graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Renee-Marie is excited for what the future will bring and continues her acting education and training at T. Schreiber Studios, in addition to rigorous vocal and dance training.
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