Lena Bouton (Teri) – Originally from Orlando, Florida, Lena is proud to call Los Angeles her home. Over the past year, she has had a blast starring in and writing for Studio C’s “In the Room” one-act series. Most recently Lena played Anne Miller in the romantic comedy 6 RMS RIV VU at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. While Lena’s first love and focus is acting and writing, she has also produced a sketch comedy series for Showtime, several plays in Los Angeles, and most recently a New Media comedy series for Xbox, which she Guest Starred in as well. Lena is most appreciative of all of the loveliness that surrounds her every day. For more info visit www.LenaBouton.com.
Alejandra Bursik-Cervantes (Penelope) – Bio
Monica Davis (Charise) – Monica Davis is a Los Angeles native. She always dreamed of being a famous actress and comedian but early childhood chubbiness dissuaded her from her calling for years. It wasn’t until she graduated college that she pursued a career in entertainment. She interned for Comedy Central’s Development team and worked on the launch of the show, “Workaholics”. She even partied with the guys and broke Jaleel White’s couch in what her friends would call her “Did I do that moment?” Since recovered from the embarrassment, she’s been embarrassing herself in her romantic life which inspired her one-woman show, “The Monica Davis Show”. Monica hosted the show and then interviewed herself as several different characters; all representations of the many sides of her romantic self. By fragmenting herself in that way, she was able to honestly explore the chaos of her relationship and open herself to all the ugly, sad and hilarious parts of her past. She’s also writing and starring in the web series, “I Hate My Friends” about her job as a fitness instructor that will be released in the spring. Monica acted in the independent feature, ‘Savageland’ which is making its rounds in the festival circuit. She also performs regularly at the Comedy Store Hollywood and occasionally headlines at Flappers in Burbank.
Daniel Hart Donoghue (Matt) – Daniel is thrilled to be working again at Studio C where he was last seen in last season’s production of Thing’s People Do When They’re Desperate. Before arriving in Los Angeles permanently last year, Daniel was a stage regular in the Bay Area. Among his favorite roles have been Val in Orpheus Descending, Brick in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, and Nick in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf at The Actor’s Theatre of San Francisco. Los Angeles area performances include Antonio in Twelfth Night at Circus Theatricals and Phil in Beach Play at The Stella Adler Theatre. Other regional theaters have included Aurora Theatre, Berkeley Rep., and The Huntington Theatre in his hometown of Boston. Recent television appearances include last season’s Grimm, Private Practice, and sundry other performances in television and film. Daniel would like to thank Johnny and Dean for this wonderful opportunity and his exceedingly patient partner Zoë for her relentless love and support – “She’s my little rock n’ roll”.
Brian Papson (Brant) – Bio
Mike Shaffrey (Chuck) – Born and raised in Laurel, Maryland. Worked in the corporate world for 20 years in the area of Interactive Marketing before beginning an acting career in 2011. Big guy with a heart of gold known for performances in feature films being released in 2015: “Sky Harbor,” “The Runaway,” and “The Mix.”