The Cast:

Reed Arnold (Dan, Playwright) grew up in Oklahoma and has written and acted since middle-school. In L.A., he's performed in such shows as Twelve Angry Men (Torrance Theatre Co.), Much Ado About Nothing (Manhattan Beach Theatre Co.), Romeo and Juliet (Colonials Shakespeare Co.), The Foreigner (Shepherd Boy Ensemble), and (coming in March) Whine and Dine (The Sherry Theatre). His first original production, For Better For Worse, was staged last year at Playhouse West (where he also trained for acting) and had its run extended from two weeks to six. He often collaborates with the Youtube comedy group Third String Kicker, and trained in improv at UCB. In order to buy food and support his creative pursuits, Reed tutors standardized tests, which he knows are everyone's favorite thing to do. He eats more McDonald's and fewer vegetables than he's proud of, likes long drives and road trips, and hates duckface and selfies (and especially duckface selfies) with the soul-melting fire of a thousand hells. 

Sarah Elizabeth Johnston (Heather) was born and raised in the good old Midwest in Springfield, Missouri. She grew up playing Basketball, Soccer, and Tennis; running Track; and pretending to be Rose from Titanic. She studied acting at the Creative Actors Workshop with the late Scott-Arthur Allen and, after moving to L.A., at Playhouse West with Jeff Goldblum, Robyn Cohen, Holly Gagnier, and Tony Savant. She has performed on stage in A Mixed Tape alongside Jonathan Lipnicki, Situationships, and the recent Bored Games, which was produced by her company LACA entertainment and was featured in the Rattlestick West Theatre Festival. Since signing with the Savage Agency, she has appeared in several commercials (including the "That's So Gay" PSA featuring Hilary Duff), landed a guest-star spot opposite Eric Stonestreet in Nip/Tuck, and starred in the feature film Richard Peter Johnson, which comes out this year, and the short Lost in Time, which is making its way around festivals. Currently, she can be found taking classes, writing and filming her own content, and snuggling with her dog, Akira. 

Michael Minto (Chris) is a Los Angeles native actor and writer. Michael has an instagram account that he uses regularly, perhaps a little too regularly. When he’s not on stage doing this particular show, he can be found doing improv at Comedy Sportz, UCB, The Clubhouse, Improv Lab, IO West, or on rare occasions at The Groundlings. Michael is in an online sketch group called 3Twins (@3twinscomedy). They have been called funny, often. A semi-avid musician, Michael plays in a two-person improv-band called Guilt Feather with Matt Mattson. Michael is thrilled to work in this production, and hopes you enjoy the show. But if you don’t please tell him why. Is it him? It’s him isn’t it. He knew it. It’s alright, everything is fine! Not everyone has to love you. He’s secure enough with himself to know that his identity is not tied to a single performance or one person’s opinion thereof. He needs to go climb a mountain now, you know, to remind himself that there’s a bigger picture. If you’ve read this far, then there’s something special about you. He really hopes you find what you’re looking for. Who knows, maybe you already have. Just know you’re not alone. Keep this bio with you and he’ll always be there. Michael wants to dedicate these performances, along with being alive, to his late mother, Linda Mattier/Minto/Corwin. Michael also loves his overall family very much. Please feel welcome to connect with Michael via Facebook (Michael Minto Page), instagram (@michaelminto), or twitter (@mminto86). Have a nice Summer! K.I.T.!!

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Ross Gallo (Vince) was last on stage in Circus Ugly at Atwater Village Theatre and Minor Conversations at Playhouse West.  Movies and TV credits include "The Call," "Careful What You Wish For," and "ABC's What Would You Do?" He has a supporting role in the upcoming "Mr. Right" starring Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell, which premiers in New York City in April. Ross has also recently seen the film "The Big Short" with Christian Bale, Steve Carrell, Ryan Gosling, and Brad Pitt. He is proud to say that most of his lines will be memorized for this part, and he will be using the great acting advice he once received from a great acting teacher: "say the words out loud." To follow Ross on social media, pick your poison: Facebook (Ross Gallo Page), Instagram (@_rossdaboss_), Twitter (@iRossDaBoss).