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LOLA KELLY (Sonia and others) Lola Kelly has a BA in Theatre from LMU and an MA in Text Analysis and Performance Studies from Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and King’s College London. Recent Theatre credits include: Octavio Solis’ site specific new work, Hole in the Sky (Circle X), the Countess Bathory in Lady (ATA NY), Miss Julie in Bob Cucuzza’s modern adaption of Strindberg’s classic, Cattywampus (SCR), originating a role in Circle Jerk (REDCAT), Sheila Callaghan’s Elevada (Chance Theatre), Virgil in the bespoke immersive play for one audience per night, YOU, Mary Swanson in Will Eno’s Middletown (Chance Theatre), Ophelia in ACTC's Hamlet, and a lead in the immersive hit Delusion. TV/FILM: Cassidy Red, Lowlands, Highlight, “The Grinder” (Fox), “The Fosters” (Freeform), “The Next Steps” (Amazon), “My Haunted House” (Lifetime) and “Enchufe” (Mitu).
MICHAEL TREVINO (Raskolnikov) Michael Trevino has quickly established himself as a highly sought-after young actor in film and television. He is best known for playing “Tyler Lockwood,” the Mystic Falls’ star athlete-turned-werewolf-turned hybrid for 8 seasons on The CW’s hit drama “The Vampire Diaries.” He later brought this fan favorite character to the spinoff series “The Originals” with a memorable guest-arc. Michael is currently starring on “Roswell, New Mexico” as “Kyle Valenti,” an intelligent young surgical resident for The CW Network. On the big screen, Trevino starred in the independent dramas Sunset Park and Out of Control. Prior to “The Vampire Diaries,” Trevino was already a familiar face to television audiences, with a series regular role on “Cane,” recurring roles on “90210” and “The Riches,” and several guest starring roles across the small screen. Trevino won the Teen Choice Award for “Choice TV Male Scene Stealer” for his work on “The Vampire Diaries,” in both 2011 and 2012 and was nominated again for his role for the same award in 2014. He was also nominated for an ALMA Award for Favorite TV Actor, Supporting Role Drama for this role in 2011 and 2012.
BRIAN WALLACE (Porfiry and others) Brian Wallace has spent most of his career off-Broadway, appearing in new plays by Tracey Scott Wilson, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Rogelio Martinez, and Jonathan Leaf. LORT credits include productions at The Public Theater, Trinity Rep, Capital Rep, Dallas Theater Center, Arkansas Rep, and several seasons with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Since relocating to Los Angeles, Brian has appeared in Cash on Delivery (El Portal), as Mr. Howell in the election parody Trump’s Island (Open Space), End of the Rainbow (La Mirada), and the world premiere of Jonathan Ceniceroz’ play The Cruise (LATC). He produced the award-winning “play without a play” Kinsherf’s Coat at Hollywood Fringe, and co-produced the short films The Briefcase and The Stone, which he also wrote. West coast film and television work includes Nat Geo’s “Elemental” and the movie Relish. One of Brian’s aspirations is to join or co-found a membership theatre company in Los Angeles.