The Cast and Crew of
Sonja Howe as Marina
Sonja is an actress, returning to her passion for entertaining others after many years as a C-suite executive. Sonja studied screenwriting at NYU and the Pennsylvania State University, where she earned a Bachelors of Arts in Film. Sonja studies the Michael Chekhov and Meisner methods at AYA under Meagan McConnell. She loves voiceover work and will soon be featured in a short animated film. Sonja is thrilled to play the role of Marisa Johnson in Come Again.
Trevor Martin as Jesus
Trevor has been writing, performing, and directing in Chicago and Los Angeles for over a decade. He specializes in live comedy, which has led him to perform at San Francisco SketchFest, Out of Bounds Festival, UCB (NY & LA), iO and Second City, among others. You can currently see him in the monthly show PROTECTED UNDER PARODY at the Alamo Drafthouse in LA, and you can currently hear his sketch comedy album THE ESSENTIAL TREVOR MARTIN (released through ASpecialThing Records) wherever you stream your music.
Rafael Siegel as Father Carlos
Hailing from New York City, Rafael has more than 70 IMDb credits to his name. He has acted in short films, feature films, and appeared on “The Mentalist” on CBS. In 2016, he played the politically-incorrect neighbor, Jorge, in the feature “Meet The Blacks.” Since then, he has gone on to host a live streaming trivia app, act in feature films and in more television commercials. Currently, he can be seen in the NBA 2k22 and 23 video games and on over 23 episodes of “Dhar Mann.”
Ted Wells as Governor Anderson
Ted has been in front of and behind the scenes in film, television, and theater most of his life. After graduating from UC Santa Cruz with a BA in Theater Arts with an emphasis in Film Directing, Ted starred in the horror cult-classic, Hard Rock Zombies. Pre-pandemic, he was working consistently in theatre. Since the restrictions have lifted, he’s been busy booking films, voice-overs, and web series. For all the info check out: tedwells.biz
Lisa Dellagiarino Feriend: Playwright
Virginia-born and Chicago-based, Lisa is an award-winning playwright, a member of the Dramatists Guild, and President of the Board of Arts For All, a NYC-based nonprofit bringing accessible artistic opportunities to children who face barriers to exploring the arts. She has a BFA in Film & TV from NYU and two kids who are disappointed that she doesn't write plays about dinosaurs. www.arts-for-all.org
Yoni Oppenheim: Director
Yoni is a New York-based theater director, dramaturg, translator, and teaching artist. He’s the artistic director of 24/6: A Jewish Theater Company. Yoni directs new plays and re-envisions classics. He has collaborated with Doug Wright, Lola Arias, Catherine Filloux, Hamish Linklater, Motti Lerner, Dan Safer/Witness Relocation, and many others. Yoni was a 2019 Target Margin Theater Institute Fellow. BFA, NYU-Tisch: Playwrights Horizons Studio; M. Phil in Ibsen Studies: University of Oslo. Member: Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. @246theater
Masaki Araya: Sound Designer
Masaki Araya, a Midwestern-born and bred Asian-American, loves to wear many hats when it comes to professionally creative works. The EMMY® Award-nominee has been solely and collaboratively involved behind the scenes in various media including but not limited to: Music, TV, film, short film theatre, live sound, radio, audio documentary, podcast, and an array of written and artistic publications. He is currently promoting himself on radio as a musical artist, primarily joining forces with other creative artists. Masaki continues building a creative legacy people could look back on.