The Cast and Crew of
Sherry Michaels as Maude
Sherry Michaels is an actor and voiceover artist, with over 50 voiceover commercials plus recent narration of a Disney animated short. Favorite stage leads include Auntie Mame, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and Veronica’s Room. TV and film include principal roles on “Betrayed,” “Generation Clash,” “You Gotta Leave your Mark,” and “The Roommates” with Barry Bostwick. Commercials include “Amazon Red” with Julia Roberts and Bono, Get Out The Vote, and Discover Card. Commercial representation is with TGMD. email@example.com
William Knight as Alfred
William began his career at age 5 with the Legendary Aimee Semple McPherson at the Angeles Temple. He toured the country as Little Billy Knight, the world’s youngest boy preacher. After a stint in the USAF, He traded the King James Bible for Shakespeare at LACC where he took up Theatre. He was brought to NYC where he opened Oh! Calcutta! on Broadway. He spent 15 years there working on and off Broadway. His first TV job was in the original Star Trek on CBS. From which he still gets fan mail. He also voices a lot of anime from which he also gets fan mail. You may see his latest work on Netflix in the last two episodes, 6 and 7, of Hollywood.
Jennifer Arundale as Catherine
Jennifer has always loved the craft of acting and her first big role on stage was as Julia in George Orwell’s 1984. Since then she has played leading roles in The Actor’s Nightmare, Tom, Dick and Harry and Kitchen Witches. Her on-camera credits include playing a powerful CEO in the 2020 TV Comedy Pilot “Oddly Popular”. The pilot has received a number of “Best Comedy” awards at film festivals around the globe. She’s also had guest star roles in Believers and The Street Team. As a standup comedian, she has enjoyed entertaining crowds at the Improv, The Comedy Store, Flappers, The Rec Room, and every dive bar in between. She is thrilled to be part of the ensemble in Rob Dame’s Hauntings.
Michael Cassano as James
Michael Cassano: Abandoned by wolves and raised by his parents, Michael arrived at our theater during the worst pandemic in 100 years (hmm… suspicious). Apparently, he’s worked consistently in TV, film, commercials, and theater in several regions throughout the US, which isn't bad for a guy with a background in cars and real estate. When he's not exercising his gearhead skills or rehearsing, he daydreams about chicken wings and ponders how to pronounce "djbouti."
Maxx Naseef as The Tattooed Man
Maxx is an LA-based actor originally from the Philadelphia area. He is dedicated to sharing stories of truth, passion, and integrity. His background in theatre includes professional credits with the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and main stage productions at DeSales University. His most recent film project, “P-Town,” is now in post-production. Directed by Giovanni Lampassi and produced by Absurd Hero Productions, the film explores a collision of prejudice and identity. Big thanks to Dean Productions for this opportunity!
Rob Dames: Playwright
Rob has been writer, producer and/or director for over 30 television series including 17 network pilots. Rob worked on such series as: Benson, Marblehead Manor, Gimme A Break, Me and The Boys, The Royal Family, The Blues Brothers, Full House, and many more. During the years working in television and film, he was pleased to write or direct for such great producers as Aaron Spelling, Witt-Thomas-Harris, Miller/Boyett, Ed Weinberger, and Steven Spielberg. Rob was also an original member of The Groundlings Improv Company.
Rebecca Lynne: Director
Rebecca is the founder of Dean Productions. As a theatre director, her work has been seen around the world, including New York, London, New Jersey, Washington DC, Bali, and California. Among her solo directing credits are The Last Five Years, Into the Woods, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Comedic Tragedy of Macbeth, The 39 Steps, Sleeping Beauty Ballet, The Lady of Shallot, The Importance of Being Earnest, and The Ghost Sonata, the Opera. Rebecca recently made her film directorial debut with Binders and The Rise of the Binders, the prequel mini-series.
Kevin Silva: Sound Engineer
Kevin Silva has worked in media and performance arts over the last 20 years. He also taught and ran education technology while at Chapman University. During his interactive design years, he produced an Emmy winning project on Breast Cancer along with a project funded by an Irvine Foundation Grant that won a 17th Century French Literature award. While at North Orange CCD, he lead a three year new media education program funded by the US Department Of Labor. Since college, Kevin has been worked with various theater production companies as a director, filmmaker, along with different production positions. He also is directing and producing documentary films about weddings in Las Vegas and malaria in Africa