Speakeasy 5

The ensemble for the showcase production of “Speakeasy” has been assembled.  Doubled in size from the group that performed in the December 7 reading, it is a wonderfully talented and diverse ensemble.  A “swell gang”, in the parlance of the Roaring Twenties.

In fact, let’s be introduced to their names and faces while listening to “Swell”, a song from “Speakeasy”, wherein Chet Cheshire, Julian Carnation and Duchess Bentley illuminate the various and often unexpected ways sensual longing overtakes the body, often in spite of ourselves.


The Swell Speakeasy Cast – (in alphabetical order)


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Camille Atkinson                                   Bevin Bell-Hall


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Torian Brackett                                       Anne Bragg


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Tim Connell                                                       Nick DeFrancesco


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Darcy Dunn                                                   Brian Michael Henry



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Larry Johnson                                       Dan Kelley


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Rebecca Marquardt                         Cody Keown                          Zachary Harris Martin



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Rita McCann                                                  Sylvester McCracken III


Brandon Mellette

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Brandon Mellette                                            Bri Molloy


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Matias Polar                                                     Kristen Quinn


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Allie Radice                                               Kayleigh Shuler


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Amanda Alyse Thomas                                    Desi Waters












About dannyashkenasi

I'm a composer with over 30 years experience creating music theater. I'm also an actor, writer, director, producer, teacher and general enthusiast for the arts.
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