Mikka Bonel (Alice) currently works in the Bay Area as an actor, director and choreographer. She is so appreciative of this wonderfully talented cast and crew and would like to thank Ian and Derek especially for this opportunity.

Heidi Wolff (Nancy) has worked with various Bay Area theater companies, including: Brava, Last Planet Theatre, Thrillpeddlers, California Conservatory Theatre, and Chameleon Theatre. Recent projects include The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later at New Conservatory Theatre and the upcoming short film Sal y Limon.

Solana Crawford (Alice's boss) was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and started doing stage acting at the age of 16. She moved to the US in the year 2000 and has been acting for film since 2005. She is continuously involved in short and feature films in the Bay Area as well as with local TV shows and advanced student projects. She performs her art in both English and Spanish languages. Currently writing a script for a feature film, she regularly attends acting classes and workshops to continue mastering her skills.

James Arthur M. (Joey) is always grateful for opportunities in the arts, and to work with this crazy talented, passionate, group of people once again, and hopes to be back for the sequel ***SPOILER ALERT***. James would like to dedicate this performance to his grandmother, the late Phyllis Olivia Johnson, who sewed his first costume, as a munchkin at the age of 4, in the Solano Community College production of "The Wiz"—he has been acting, and performing ever since. She was a loving supporter, inspiration, and will be missed dearly. Life is short, so live it to the fullest, and follow your dreams!

Angelica Roque (Roommate) is a native San Franciscan with a B.A. in Theatre Arts from California State University, Fullerton. She is an artist and an actor currently pursuing theatre in Chicago, but was priviliged to have worked on several artistic projects whilst in San Francisco, including performances with the New Conservatory Theatre Center and CounterPulse. Thank you always for the inspiration and the encouragement to create. Believe.

Benjamin Couch (Sam)
Sam Quest-Neubert (co-worker)


Ian Wolfley (co-writer/director/producer) is a filmmaker, writer, and customer service lackey living and working in San Francisco. His work has shown at A Night of Horror International Film Festival, Frameline Film Festival, and on HBO.

Derek Shockey (producer) is a software developer most of the time, a producer some of the time, and unusually tall all of the time. He lives, works, and otherwise generally exists in San Francisco.

Lauren Pollini (co-writer/associate producer) is a manager of a growing health care company and writer. She frequently can be found prowling around the Internet at unseemly hours. This is her first film.

Joe Sackett (associate producer) is a filmmaker, animator, and writer living and working between Portland, OR and San Francisco. He loves crossword puzzles and riding his bike.

Tara Kelly Ryan (special effects makeup) is a San Francisco-based makeup artist, a graduate of Cinema Makeup School in Los Angeles, and specializes in character and special effects makeup. When not playing with blood, she studies video game design and Japanese.

Douglas Robertson (sound engineer) is a discerning audiophile transplanted to San Francisco from the East Coast. He lives by his motto "A good ear is a terrible thing to waste," especially while filming.

Joshua Smith (director of photography)
Cory Thorell (co-producer/production designer)
Eileen Agas (costume designer)
Erika Hawkins (hair & makeup)