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Broadway: Inheritance, Pretty Women, Kinky Boots, and Spiderman Turn Off the Dark.
Ashley, theater, screen and television actress, has recently been seen on Broadway in The Play That Goes Wrong, and soon to be starring in the spinoff “How I Met Your Father” on Hulu.
She has also been in the New York 2018 ABC Network Talent Showcase and in London a Stephen Sondheim Student Performer of the Year Finalist and won for her performance of the best new song. Ashley is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA).
Broadway: The Rose Tatto, Pretty Woman, Kinky Boots, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Enron.
You can also catch Ellyn on her podcast Obsessed with Disappeared – currently on a live tour of the US.
RAYMOND J. LEE is an actor/singer who resides and works from New York City. He has appeared on Broadway, television, film, as well as voiceovers.
Broadway credits include Aladdin, Anything Goes, Groundhog Day, Honeymoon in Vegas, and Mamma Mia! Film/TV credits include Marriage Story, Ghost Town, “Succession”, “Billions”, “Red Oaks”, and “Smash”.
Voiceover credits include projects for Dreamworks, Netflix, and Penguin Random House. He is a proud RTVF graduate from Northwestern University. http://www.raymondjlee.com/
Mary McNulty is an NYC based singer/actor. Select credits include: The National Tour of Camelot (Guenevere), The Merchant of Venice (Portia), Kiss Me Kate (Lilli/Katherine), Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice), Brigadoon (Fiona), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania/Hippolyta), and Into the Breeches (June).
For more about Mary, please visit mary-mcnulty.com or follow her on Instagram.
Professional actor turned tech entrepreneur. Phil is an expert in designing products and founder of ChalkNotes. He has consulted 40+ companies in digital transformation and started 3 businesses of his own. Ages ago, he performed in 47 of 50 states in America touring with Kennedy Center. Very excited to merge his talents in theater, user experience, and technology for this production.
Jeffrey James Keyes is an interdisciplinary writer and artist. He is a New York Times best-selling author for Killer Chef (2016), which he coauthored with James Patterson. He won the
inaugural L’Engle-Rahman Prize for Mentorship through PEN America. His plays have been
featured at FringeNYC and the Samuel French OOB Festival. His award-winning short film
Uniform was featured in over thirty film festivals worldwide.
He is a recipient of the 2019 Artist’s Patron Fund and wrote the script for Digital Arrest, a new virtual reality experience that won the top prize in Creative Technology at NYC Media Lab ‘19. Producing credits include Revealing for Sundance, MTV's True Life, and Out in GayCities for Q.Digital. His short form audio plays are currently featured in the new podcast DRAMA – an aural experience through Poseidon Theatre Company and he wrote an episode of the upcoming comedy series Extra Room. He is a regular contributor to Metrosource magazine. B.A. Theatre and Visual Arts, Fordham University College at the Lincoln Center, M.F. A. Playwriting, Columbia University School of the Arts. jeffreyjameskeyes.com