Sam McCrea is an actor whose credits include “House of Cards”, “The Making of the Mob: New York”, “Game Change”, and “VEEP”.  Sam has performed in movies, TV, and Netflix.  He performed on stage as well, and played Daddy Warbucks in “Annie”. Sam has also written a novel, several produced plays and a how-to acting guide. Sam And his wife Susan have two wonderful daughters: Shani and Naomi.

Emily Morrison has lived in Washington, DC since 2009, culminating in winning the 2019 WATCH Award for her performance as Dr. Vivian Bearing in Wit, and  wrote and performed her solo show, But Love Is My Middle Name! for the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival. She has appeared in indy film and television productions including Nextnik Films and for the Discovery Channel. Emily also serves as Acting Executive Director of the Actors’ Center.

Vince Eisenson has performed with several DC-area theatres, including Shakespeare Theatre Company, Faction of Fools, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Folger Theatre, Longacre Lea, and Avant Bard.  On the radio, he played “Brutus” in WAMU 88.5/Lean & Hungry Theater’s Julius Caesar.  TV credits include Turn: Washington’s Spies, Hunters, Homicide Hunter, American Genius, and The Good Lord Bird.

Catie Carlton is a quick-witted and sarcastic actor based out of New York City. She can be seen on screen in countless Discovery ID channel shows, HBO’s VEEP, and many commercials. Catie is also regularly featured background on Saturday Night Live, and she recently completed her first short film which she wrote, produced, and starred in entitled Joey and Chandler (sigh… clickbait). Check out Catie at Also, vote.

Michal Roxie Johnson is a writer, actress and comic from Baltimore, MD. Her stage credits include roles in “Tears of the Soul”, “Bully”, “Pharaoh: The Female King”, “Witness for the Prosecution”, Jitney, “East Texas Hot Links”. She’s starred in several award-winning web-series including “Toll Booth” and “195 Lewis.”  Roxie is founder of AMillionMees Productions, LLC.

Sebastian Leighton Cooper Sebastian loves giving life to characters and Rev, Packard is no exception. A baseball player who discovered acting has graced both professional and community stages. Recent roles include: Nat Love, George Gibbs, and Ronald McNair in the Smithsonian Discovery Theater’s “Into the Great Unknown”. A native Washingtonian, Sebastian is currently transitioning to a career in Web Development “because certain politicians couldn’t keep this pandemic under control for live entertainment work to remain feasible.” 

Joshua Barlow is an independent journalist, producer and media storyteller. He occasionally acts.

Sarah Corey is a classically trained actress and vocalist. she recently appeared onstage in A Thousand Splendid Suns at Arena Stage.  DC area audiences may recognize her from Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center, Love Sick at Theater J and Oil.  Next, the Princeton graduate will play Sittah in the Theater J/Folger Theatre co-production of Nathan the Wise. She also loves her family and cake a lot – and not necessarily always in that order.

Steven Soto: “After graduating from the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, I’ve been in a few plays, commercials among other things. My goal is to finish writing my scripts and maybe release a music album.  I’m a proud father of two beautiful boys who I wish to provide a better life than my own. And I wouldn’t have achieved so much without my lovely wife!”

Matt Francisco resides in the greater Philadelphia area. He recently completed the narration for an upcoming feature film “The Rotation”, and has been busy recording podcast pilots for various venues, and phone information hot lines. He spent several years in FM and AM radio as an adult contemporary music director and news reporter. When he is not doing voiceover work, he is spending time in music as a church choir section leader and soloist, and as the lead singer and a contributing songwriter for Pinnacle, a progressive rock group based out of Lehigh Valley, PA.