Jason Sharp (Director): Jason returned to North Carolina from Chicago, IL in 2002 after working as a professional actor with Festival Theatre and Court Theatre in association with the University of Chicago.  In addition to being a company member of Raleigh Ensemble Players for the past two years, Jason has appeared on stage locally with Justice Theatre Project, Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy, Capitol Opera and Theatre in the Park.  He earned his BFA from Shenandoah Conservatory and is currently serving his 6th year as Drama Instructor at Ravenscroft School.

Betsy Henderson (Catherine): Betsy T. Henderson has an MFA in Acting from UNC-Greensboro  and is currently the  Program Head of Fine Arts and Humanities at Vance Granville Community College where she was their 2005 Instructor of the Year.  As an actress, Betsy has worked professionally in the area for some time. She has also toured nationally with performances of Miracle Worker and The Diary of Anne Frank.  Betsy serves as President of Raleigh Ensemble Player’s (REP) Board of Directors and was recently seen in REP’s production of “Distracted” where she was recognized by The Independent as a Best Lead Performance of the year.   Betsy was also featured in “39 Steps” for Hot Summer Nights and “Dial M for Murder” at Temple Theatre in Sanford. Upcoming  productions include Blanche Dubois in “A Streetcar named Desire” for Theatre of the American South in May and reviving her role in “39 Steps” for Temple Theatre in October.

Page Purgar (Claire
): Page was most recently seen with Raleigh Ensemble Players in Circle Mirror Transformation. Other performances include Of Mice and Men (Theatre in the Park), Nathan the Wise (Deep Dish Theater) and the 10 by 10 Festival at the Carrboro Arts Center. Special thanks to Jason for asking, Betsy, Ryan and Eric for playing and Steve and Marleigh for supporting.

Ryan Brock (Hal): Ryan is thrilled to be part of this great cast and production.  Previous credits include Charlie in Stones in His Pockets and George in Of Mice and Men (Theatre in the Park), Cassio in Othello (Deep Dish Theatre), and Judas in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Raleigh Ensemble Players).

Eric Hale (Robert): Eric has appeared on stage locally with Burning Coal, Raleigh Little Theater, Meredith Presents, and Capital Opera.  Notable roles include Dr. Carrasco in Man of La Mancha, Sheriff Heck Tate in To Kill a Mockingbird, and Peter in the Brockes Passion. With Richard Ruggero, he created the Fourth Friday Mix concert series, now in its ninth year. He is the founder and managing director of Exit Through Eden.