Pëtra Denison (Lone Wanderer)
This New York City-based actor's credits include Tasha in the upcoming audio drama, "Visionaries", Lisa Turner in the feature film, "Coldest Dish", Antigone/Teiresias/Messenger in "Antigone", Tracy in "Seascape with Sharks and Dancer" (which she also co-produced), and Ariel in "The Tempest". She is a graduate of Boston University's Acting program, with a semester spent at London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
Josh Brogadir (Freddie)
Josh is an an actor, an audiobook narrator, a broadcaster, a trumpeter, a butcher, a baker but not a candlestick maker. He lives outside of Boston with his family.
Julia Tutko-Balena (Donna)
Julia is a writer, director, producer and actor. She has worked on independent film projects all over New England for the past 15 years. She also hosts two podcasts: "SMARTS" and "How You Say?". She is a member of the Polish Amateur Theater of Boston, a non-profit organization seeking to promote Polish Culture through comedy performances. Julia also loves singing, crafting, and spending time with her family in Boston.
Reesa Guerra (Amber)
To attempt to fit Reesa Guerra in a single role would be impossible. She tends to gravitate towards strong and emotionally complex characters whether Amber from "Stuck Café", which gave her a chance to show a range of emotion while also speaking a second language (Spanish), Minerva from "Dystopia" who doesn’t let anyone get in her way, well…besides a monkey (Fiona) who walked across her shoulders, a zombie in "Infectious", drowning in a glass coffin in "Victim", a mermaid who falls in love with someone she can’t have in "Opalescent", a soldier on the moon in "Shockwave Darkside", her latest role in "Fahrenheit" as Amber or stand-in work on Hollywood features "Ghostbusters" and TV pilot "The Devil You Know", she has remained driven and focused, always making sure she's at her best.