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Juliet Hart as Liz


Juliet Hart (Chicago, Ill.) is a founding company member of  Chicago's TimeLine Theatre, where she has appeared in To Master the Art, All My Sons, The Seagull, Not About Nightingales, Summit Conference, It's All True (Non-Equity Jeff Award nomination - Supporting Actress), and more. She has also been seen on stage at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Prop THTR, Zebra Crossing Theatre and in Collaboraction's Winter Sketchbook. Juliet also serves as Director of TimeLine's Living History Education Program, which offers in-class curriculum-based projects with the goal of introducing students to theater and bringing history alive. She holds an MFA degree in acting from The Theatre School at DePaul University, where she was a Sarah Siddons Scholarship recipient.

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Massimo De Santis as Antonio


Massimo De Santis (Rome, Italy) credits his grandfather Angelo with igniting his love of acting. As a child, he spent many afternoons with his nonno at the small Pidocchietto Cinema in Rome's Trastevere neighborhood. He went on to study acting with Beatrice Bracco, Lucilla Lupaioli and Furio Andreotti and perform in many theater productions, including  L’Anello di Erode, Mio Sangue, and L’Iraddidio. Massimo made his film debut in Carola Spadoni's Giravolte  and has appeared in many films, including Filippo & Dino Gentili's Sono Viva, Diego Bianchi's Arance e Martello, and Spike Lee'sMiracle at St. Anna.  He stars in two Italian hit TV series,  Distretto di Polizia 8 and Squadra Antimafia, and recently completed a successful theatrical tour of Martin McDonagh's The Lonesome West in Italy. Massimo and his young son, Milo, can be seen in Lucia Mauro's short film, In My Brother's Shoes.  

Daniel Houle as Bill


Daniel Houle (Chicago, Ill.)  received his BFA in Acting from the University of Rhode Island in 2001.  After graduation, he toured for a year with The National Players, where he appeared as Don John in Much Ado About Nothing.  Daniel moved to Chicago in 2002 and has since worked with Teatro Vista, Speaking Ring Theater Company, American Theater Company, TimeLine Theatre, Bohemian Theater Ensemble, Prop Theater, and Oak Park Festival Theater.  He is an active voiceover artist and most recently appeared in an episode of NBC-TV's Chicago P.D.

Amanda Powell as Jenny

Amanda Powell (Chicago, Ill.), a Jeff-nominated actress, performs throughout Chicago at Profiles Theatre, Rivendell Theatre, Redmoon, Teatro Vista, Caffeine Theatre, Jackalope, Urban Theatre Company, Northlight, and The Inconvenience. She is an avid guitarist and singer and can be seen performing original music in venues such as The Hard Rock Cafe, The Holiday Club and The Den, among others. Amanda is featured  in Duncan Riddell's film, Older Children and Felicia Ferrara's film Like Straw. She can be heard on the radio advertising Dunkin' Donuts and seen on television advertising Rivers Casino. Amanda is a graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University.

PJ Powers as Dave

PJ Powers (Chicago, Ill.) is a co-founder of Chicago's TimeLine Theatre and became artistic director in 1999. He has overseen more than 50 plays. TimeLine has garnered 46 Jeff Awards, including eight for Outstanding Production. PJ also continues to work as an actor, both at TimeLine and elsewhere. His TimeLine credits include The Front Page, The Farnsworth Invention, All My Sons, Fiorello!, Not About Nightingales, Summit Conference, Hauptmann (Non-Equity Jeff Award - Actor in a Principal Role, Play), and more. He is a graduate of the BFA Acting Program at The Theatre School at DePaul University.

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