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All My Sons 2019
CAST (click photos for larger images)
MARK BELNICK (Joe Keller) Mark has been performing/directing since childhood. Although theatre is his first love, it's his second career. After law school, he rose to Sr. Litigation Partner in one of the nation's preeminent law firms (Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison); served as Deputy Chief Counsel to the US Senate Iran/Contra Investigation, appearing frequently in the televised hearings, and handled numerous high profile cases. He is a member of the Broadway partnership that co-produced the Tony Award winners The Producers, Gypsy (Rev.) & A Little Night Music. Major NYC and LA Theatre credits: The Diary of Anne Frank (Dir.; 3 Broadway World Noms.), The Andersonville Trial, Moon Over Buffalo, Inherit The Wind, A Few Good Men,The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Our House, All My Sons, Sight Unseen, Confusions of Torless, Carapace Isle, Shakespeare in Concert,, Ooh Vicar, Where's Your Trousers, Henry VI., Pt.1. Films: "Lucretia" (HBO Latino Film Festival Selection), "Edgar & Edna," "Butterfingers." Mark is currently a Visiting Lecturer in Politics at Princeton; Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers; Member, Columbia Law School Board of Visitors. Training/Education: Carnegie Mellon Conservatory, Cornell, Columbia Law School, The William Esper Studio.
ALEXIS BOOZER STERLING (Ann Deever) Alexis Boozer Sterling attended Stanford University (BA, Drama; Evelyn M. Draper Prize for Performance), where both her production work and research included interdepartmental studies (Political Science) to explore theatre as a tool for social change. Her work as a performer and production manager spans almost 20 years of theatre, film and digital productions, company memberships with the Ruskin Group Theatre (All My Sons, Burn This), San Francisco’s acclaimed No Nude Men (No Exit, Hamlet), and tours to the SF Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe (Death and the Maiden), Teatr.doc (Moscow, Russia). In October, she will reprise the role of Elsa in Theatre Planners' NYC premiere of Murray Mednick's Mayakovsky and Stalin. A creative producer with Door Flies Open, Alexis develops, directs and produces diversity-promoting content with unique and critical viewpoints. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and the DGA. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Maury Sterling.
FRANCESCA CASALE (Kate Keller) Grateful to be a part of this seminal American play, her credits include Orpheus Descending; Vee/Nurse/Woman, (Theatre Theatre); A Nervous Smile; Eileen, (I.C.T.); The Fastest Clock in the Universe; Cheetah Bee, Ovation Award nominee (Celebration Theatre); The House of Blue Leaves; Bunny, (Matrix Theatre); Beggars in the House of Plenty; Ma, directed by Larry Moss (Theatre Theatre). Light Up the Sky; Frances, Translations; Sarah, (Actor’s Co-op). Waiting for the Parade; Janet, The Only Game in Town; Fran, Daughters; Marcia, Lost in Yonkers; Bella, Other People's Money; Kate, David's Mother; Sally, To Culebra; Agnes, Morning Star; Sadie, and Gone with the Wind In Five Minutes; (Colony Theatre). Crimes of the Heart; Lenny, The Three Sisters; Masha, The Stronger; Miss Y, Six Characters In Search of an Author; Leading Lady. Film/TV: “Sons of Anarchy,” “World Trade Center,” “Detective,” “One Wish,” “Law and Order,” “Life on Liberty Street,” “General Hospital.” OW-M, sei il mio ragazzo, amore mamma!
BILL DOYLE (Jim Bayliss) Bill received his MFA in Theater from Rutgers University, where he studied with William Esper and Maggie Flanigan. Theater: Beau Jest (Lamb’s Theater-NY), Henry V (Delacorte Theater-NYSF), premiere of Nicki Silver’s The Nasty Bits (Sanford Meisner Theater-NY), The Seagull (Sidewalk Studio Theater), Romeo and Juliet with Coeurage Theatre Company, Taking Sides at the Long Beach Playhouse. Regionally he has worked at Hartford Stage, St. Louis Rep., Cincinnati Playhouse, Geva Theater and the George Street Playhouse. TV: “Black-ish,” “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apt. 23,” “Hit The Floor,” “Criminal Minds,” “Dexter,” “Prison Break,” “CSI: Miami,” “Six Feet Under.” FILM: “Night Call,” “Curse of the Phantom Shadow,” “Playdate,” “Delta Farce” and “The Far Side of Jericho.” Bill will also appear in the upcoming film “FREE SPIRIT” written and directed by VMA award winners Emil Nava and Khalid.
JACK HEATH (Bert) Jack Heath is from Los Angeles, CA. He enjoys acting for theater, commercials and films, and directing videos for his YouTube channel. Jack can be seen this summer in the independent film “White Crow” and short film “Daddy’s Home.” Jack recently starred in a music video for the band The Moth & The Flame “The New Great Depression” and is also appearing in the play Dying for Our Voices during Hollywood Fringe 2019. Jack is an avid rock climber and is currently on a competitive climbing team. He lives with his Mom and Dad, dog named Scout and cat named Buddy.
JAMES MCANDREW (George Deever) James is excited to make his debut with Wasatch Theatrical Ventures and Theatre Planners in this extraordinary play. Favorite theatre roles include Konstantin in The Seagull, Andrew in Spike Heels and Melchior in On the Razzle. TV/Film appearances include: “S.W.A.T.,” “Castle,” “About Last Night,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” “God Bless America,” “House,” “Heroes” and “Without a Trace.” Training/Education: DeSales University, Lee Strasberg Institute and LAMDA. Member of SAG-AFTRA. Much love and thanks to his folks, his better half Amy, and their two children, Cassidy and Lochlan.
MADDIE MCCORMICK (Lydia Lubey) A Chicago native, Maddie studied at the Piven Theatre and Chicago's famed the Second City and earned a Goodman Theatre award, before making the move to study at UCLA undergrad. This is her LA theatre debut! TV credits include a recurring role on Season 9 of “Shameless” (Showtime), “Christmas at Pemberley Manor” (Hallmark), “F**ked Up” (HBOGo), “VERSUS” (AwesomenessTV), “Self Promotion” (MTV), and feature films “Camera Store” (Netflix) starring alongside John Larroquette, “Unbroken: Path to Redemption” (Universal). Love and thanks to my family, friends, Michael, Lesly Kahn, and my teams at Luber Roklin and Global Artists. This performance is dedicated to Nana and Mari.
JESSICA MORENO (Sue Bayliss) Theater credits include the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the National Black Theatre Festival, and Off-Broadway in New York. Jessica has performed multiple times in Los Angeles under Racquel Lehrman and Ted Lange at the Lounge Theatre, the Hudson Theatres, and the Odyssey Theatre. Winner: Hollywood Fringe Festival Most Unleashed Performance Award, Hollywood Fringe Festival Encore Producers Award, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Outstanding Theatre Performance Award. Jessica will produce and direct the premiere of her original play To Richard! for the Hollywood Fringe this summer at the Lounge Theatre. Recent TV credits include: “General Hospital.” Recent film credits include: “Punching Bag” and “I’m F%$#ing Fine,” both directed by Jamie Anderson, shot by John T. Connor, and starring Bree Turner. In January, Jessica launched her performance and production company, Pale Horse Craft ( She is currently in pre-production on her original short film “You Still There?”, shooting this autumn.
MICHAEL WILLIAM THOMPSON (Frank Lubey) When Mike was 14, he and his brother got in a fight that went way too far and resulted in a broken stove. As punishment, his mother made him do the school play. That backfired severely, and instead of going to school for engineering, Mike has degrees in Theatre and English literature. After wrapping his first feature film in Buffalo, NY, Mike left for LA for post-production, staying afterward to pursue a career in entertainment that has ranged from acting in films, plays, commercials and television, to script coverage and copyediting for studios and independent productions. Recently his puppet-based pilot, "All Sewn Up," has been making the rounds at independent television festivals across the country.
JACK TYNAN (Chris Keller) Jack is tickled pink to be working with Theatre Planners again and Wasatch Theatrical Ventures for the first time. He was recently cast in the dark comedy/thriller feature “Deception Road” (shooting this spring with Thomas Haden Church, Alice Eve, and Finn Wittrock). He also starred in the drama/sci-fi short film “Fixed,” written by Helen Leigh (“Outcast”) and produced by Skybound Entertainment's (“The Walking Dead”) Rachel Skidmore. Past theatre credits include the lead in two runs of Beau Willimon’s Farragut North, most recently at The Odyssey Theatre, directed by Cathy Fitzpatrick Linder and a supporting role in a production of Brian Friel’s Philadelphia, Here I Come! in NYC. He is grateful for the opportunity to work on such incredible material with this dynamic director, cast, and crew; and, he is thankful for the love and support from his family, his friends, his acting coaches, and his Mo. Member SAG-AFTRA.
BECKETT WILDER (Bert) Beckett Wilder has been performing since the age of three. On TV you can catch him in numerous commercials for Amazon, Renew Life and T-Mobile, among others. He has also appeared in multiple ads for Disney. On the stage, Beckett’s played leading roles in Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and Annie. In addition to acting, Beckett is also an avid dancer and drum player. Thanks and love to Mom, Dad, and Emerson.