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Joe McClean ("Michael")

Joe McClean has acted in numerous plays around the country and studied with the Royal National Theater School in London. He was last seen in Troma Films' award winning short film, "H.R. Pukenshette." He is currently developing his feature screenplay, "The S-Factor."

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Brian Tom O'Connor ("Doctor")

Mr. O'Connor is an acclaimed cabaret performer, and teaming up with Debra Vogel, his recent show, O'Connor and Vogel: Guy and Doll played two sold-out engagements at Don't Tell Mama. His regional theatre credits include Rough Crossing, The Man of Destiny, and Incident at Vichy. Other New York credits include The Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters, and Measure for Measure.

Cheryl Morrier ("Nurse")

Cheryl's theater credits include Murder at Rutherford House, Lovers and Other Stangers, and Steel Magnolias and her film credits include A Current Affair, Big Time, Discovery and she just finished shooting I Love Everyone. In addition to her acting credits, Cheryl is a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology and is completely her doctoral studies at the Derner Institute, Adelphi University.

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James E. O'Donnell, Jr. ("Priest")

Jim O'Donnell is a former Assistant District Attorney who retired and has made a bit of a career for himself playing priests for film and television. Including his role in "A Reasonable Hypothesis," Jim has played a priest for several "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" sketches and for a Comedy Central promo. He arrived at his audition in his very own vicar costume.

Jo Barrick ("Mother")

Jo Barrick has performed in professional theater in London, New York, Boston, and Vermont, and has done film, voice over, commercial and industrial work in London, Boston and New York. She is a member of "Mind the Gap Theatre" and played Valerie in the premiere of their stage version of Gary Oldman's "Nil by Mouth" during the "UK with NY" festival. She currently resides in London.

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