Speakeasy – MEET THE “SWELL” ENSEMBLE

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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.

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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

 

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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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