Erica Hill - "Alison"
Erica Hill is a Canadian actress based out of Toronto, ON. Her parents enrolled her in theatre camp at the age of 8 in hopes of finding creative outlets – she was an energetic kid. Since, Erica has studied drama at Queen’s University performing in musicals, travelling theatre troupes, sketch comedy, and upon moving to Toronto has jumped into the world of film.
Stephanie Moran - "Mackenzie"
Stephanie Moran is a Canadian actress born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario. Stephanie began dancing at a young age, and continued to study ballet for many years. In 2012, she began acting in local short films, which ignited her passion for acting. Since then, she has appeared in both television and film, including Hurt (2018), Sidelined (2018), and Carter (2018). Stephanie currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.
Risa Cohen - "Jane"
A former competitive ballroom dancer, Risa trained at Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York City and acted and choreographed in Shakespeare and other plays. Back in Canada, she’s hit the Fringe Festival, has contributed to voice-overs and audio books, and has done a plethora of teleprompter work. She has what might seem like an endless reel of short films, and she’s just finished shooting a principal role in a feature film.
Ted Powers - "Rick"
Ted Powers is a graduate from the Circle In The Square Professional Workshop in New York, where his NYC credits included: Much Ado About Nothing (Riverside Shakespeare Company), The Fluke (Tribecca Lab) and JP Morgan Saves The Nation (En Garde Arts) by the late composer Jonathan Larson of Rent. On film, he has been featured in two Discovery Channel series – Inventions That Shook The World: 1920’s and Curious And Unusual Deaths: Death By Remedy, as well as the independent film Love, Guns & Christmas. His recent stage GTA credits include: Mamma Mia (Scugog Choral Society) Crazy For You (Scarborough Music Theatre), The Veil (Toronto Irish Players), Becoming Me (Toronto Fringe Festival 2017), Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre Aurora), and Calendar Girls and Parfumerie (Scarborough Players). Another independent film project, The Night The Kids Found Out, is in post-production for a 2019 release.
Deborah Perry - "Lisa"
Deborah is a classically trained actor who graduated from the theatre arts program (that included musical theatre) at George Brown College in Toronto. She has over 40 years of acting experience, and in recent years has transitioned from stage performance to roles in short and feature-length films, as well as television. Deborah’s favourite roles include Feste in Twelfth Night, Rabbi Sharon in The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, and Mrs. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice.
She is represented by Jeffrey Morden at JBMentertainment.
Richard Kusiewicz - "Jim"
After a long break from the acting business, Richard returned in 2015 and has since taken a wide variety of roles in film, television, music videos, and commercials.