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TIMOTHY BURKE (F. Timothy Herbert) is a veteran actor of the stage and screen. He has appeared in lead and supporting roles in five feature films including THE CHOICE, THE RETURN, THE DEVIL'S PLACEBO, BEING MICHAEL MADSEN, starring Virginia and Michael Madsen, and MITCHELLVILLE (Sundance Film Festival, Jury Special Mention, CineVegas Film Festival). He trained at National Theater Institute with Richard Digby Day and Morris Carnovsky. In 2004 he appeared in the award-winning short film CAST IN GRAY. He has appeared in lead and supporting roles on stage productions of DEATH OF A SALESMAN, THE CRUCIBLE, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST, THE FOREIGNER (Best Actor Award) and OLIVER! (see imdb.com details).

PATRICIA PANARELLA (Rose) is a veteran actress and model who has portrayed a wide variety of characters ranging from Playboy Bunny to anguished Catholic mother.  She co-starred in 1973 in Luke Moberlys THE SWEET TALKER, appearing on the cover of Spanish fashion magazine Vanidades. She has collaborated with such industry icons as Robert Duvall and is currently studying under the tutelage of Sande Shurin. Patricia recently appeared in the short films BOXED IN and FOUR (see imdb.com details) (see imdb.com details).

STACIE BETH GREEN (Heather) has appeared in her recurring role on the Emmy-winning daytime television drama, GUIDING LIGHT.  She appeared in the New York Strindberg Festival with Andre De Shields and on tour nationally as Juliet in ROMEO AND JULIET.  Staci made her Chicago debut in LADY CHAPLIN AND HER TRAMP at Piven Theatre Workshop, where she went on to play Olenka and Nadya in CHEKHOV SHORTS and Naftali in MAD DANCERS; currently playing the role of Elena in Tuta Theater’s production of UNCLE VANYA. She trained at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and holds an MFA from UMKC & The Kansas City Rep.

TREY MACLIN (Foster) has spent many years on various Chicago stages, performing in musicals, cabaret and a variety of other work. A member of TUTA Theater Chicago, he has appeared in several of their Chicago productions to date, and counts his best work among them. Trey was last seen as Hal in Steep Theater's award winning production of Dennis Lehane's Coronado, and prior to that as Pontius Pilate in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (see imdb.com details).

STEPHEN ANGUS (The Man with the Dog) is a veteran stage actor who has also appeared in a number of film and television programs.  An actor from the age of seven, his stage credits include a variety of leading roles. At Victory Gardens in Chicago, he played the Pilot alongside legendary screen and stage actor, Michael Nussbaum, in THE SWEET LITTLE PRINCE. His television credits include the recurring character Alex Carew on NBC’s HOMICIDE: LIFE ON THE STREET, appearances in episodes of AMERICA'S MOST WANTED and MISSING: REWARD. In 2004 he appeared in the award-winning short film CAST IN GRAY. Stephen also appeared in the films THE CHOICE, QUIZ SHOW, FORREST GUMP, PECKER, and LE PELICAN (see imdb.com details).

BIBO (The Dog) Bibo met actor Stephen Angus one sunny morning while wandering the streets of Washington, D.C., and they have been fast companions ever since. From an early age, she has exhibited a keen attention to physical gesture, emotional states and the subtlest nuances of spoken communications. Bibo is not 'formally' trained, working more from a place of devotion, amusement and agreement than from 'commands'. She communicates through breath (Bibo is an acronym for 'breathing in, breathing out'), touch, movement, eye contact and, of course, voice. Bibo also appears in the film THE CHOICE (see imdb.com details).



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