Playwright - Alex Dremann

Alex studied playwriting at USC and has had over 300 productions of his short plays.  Evenings of his collected short plays include: “Slap Happy” (Madlab Theatre), “B-Sides, Rarities and Unreleased Tracks” (Wilmington City Theatre), “Bipolar by Thursday” (Theatre Neo) and “13 Lemonade Ave.” (Secret Room Theatre).  Full lengths include: “Split Pea Pod” (The Brick Playhouse), “Postcoital Variations” (Philadelphia Theatre Workshop) and “The :nv:s:ble Play” (PTW, Madlab Theatre & Theatre of NOTE).  Published plays include “On the Porch One Crisp Spring Morning” in “The Humana Festival 2009: The Complete Plays”.


Director - Kimberly Hoffman

Kimberly Hoffman is an actress and director from Oak Park, California. Favorite credits include The Workroom (Arcola Theatre), Pericles (Shakespeare's Globe), and Triumvirette (Edinburgh Festival Fringe). Thanks to BarCo for the opportunity, and thanks to you for showing up. Twitter: @KimmyHoffma


Loretta - Amanda Barlow

Amanda Barlow - Amanda is originally from Boston, Massachusetts. She has a BA in theater from Marymount Manhattan College and a degree from Drama Studio London. Recent credits include Mrs Frail in Love for Love, Thérèse Dubuc in Les Belles Soeurs and Amelia in season one of Kombucha Catch-up streaming now on YouTube

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Cosgrove - Bryson Bruce 

Bryson Bruce has been acting since he was seven years old. After graduating from the University of Missouri, Bryson moved to New York and got involved with many creative outlets like the S.T.A.R. Theatre Company, the New York City Children’s Theater, and he most recently returned from performing in the 20th Anniversary Tour of R.E.N.T. this past year. He would be nowhere without the love and support of his loving family and beautiful fiancé, and can’t thank them enough.