The Cast and Crew of
Bryarly Bishop as Keeva
Bryarly Bishop is a professional voice actor based in Los Angeles with credits that include national commercials for Gamestop, Papa John's, Nair, and Hello Fresh. She plays Dot in the audio drama "We're Alive," directed by KC Wayland, and you can also hear her as Jarette Domongatt in "Black Desert Online." Bryarly began her voiceover career in the UK, and is excited and humbled by the opportunity to pay homage to her Irish heritage through voicing Keeva.
Kevin M. Walsh as Rowan
Kevin M. Walsh was born in Boston but moved to Ireland at the age of ten where he spent his formative years before a soccer scholarship brought him to Memphis, TN. After a stint in NYC, he settled in LA with fiancé Dara. You can see him in a new short entitled "Taste the Difference" and is involved in the YouTube series "Tabitha TV." He studies at The Howard Fine Acting Studio. He is very excited voice the unique perspective of Rowan in Zig-Zag.
Philip Catherwood: Playwright
Philip Catherwood is a Northern Irish writer, currently living in London. His debut play, set in 1998 Belfast, was performed at the reputable London Fringe venue, The White Bear Theatre, in October 2019. Philip is passionate about writing stories set in his home country and exploring the social issues surrounding it, during the fallout of Brexit. Zig-Zag is his second full length play and has already been shortlisted by various U.K. theatres.
Natalie Kane: Director
Natalie Kane is a New York/New Jersey-based director and dramaturg passionate about developing new works, as well as bringing classical theatre to new audiences. Favorite directing credits include The Winter’s Tale (Evergreen Theatre Collective), Joan’s Arc (New Play-Reading Festival, The Growing Stage), and Here There Be Pirates (Barn Theatre Summer Solstice Festival). Throughout the pandemic she has organized many informal Zoom readings, and suddenly found time to pursue an abundance of knitting and watercolor projects. Natalie is a proud alumna of Kenyon College, National Theater Institute, and The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ’s Summer Professional Training Program. NatalieKaneDirector.com.
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.
Rebecca Feely: Dialect Coach