Don Creedon is a playwright/director/actor, originally from Dublin, Ireland. In 1985, he fled a secure job in the Irish Civil Service and emigrated to New York, where he has lived ever since. Acting appearances have included The Tunnel, Away Alone, Down the Flats (all at The Irish Arts Center), The Plough and The Stars (The Irish Rep.), and The Risen
People (The Irish Bronx Theater).
Walter Michael DeForest (Joe)
Walter Michael DeForest is somewhat of a renaissance man. With formal training as an actor at Esper Studios, he also has experience as a producer film-maker and a visual artist. He graduated from Saint John’s University where he studied film-making and was honored as defensive player of the year in the MAAC while on the football team. Walter is currently involved in developing the Green Heart Initiative a mentoring program to benefit inner-city teenagers. Recent productions: Spontaneous Combustion, Earth day Performance at the Manhattan Theatre Source and participating in The NYC Film Race 2010.
Bill Rutkoski (Sam, Sal, Shea, Steve)
Bill has written and starred in two short films, Without A Leash and Everything 99 Cents. His play, Big Ditch, was selected for the American Globe Theater’s 2009 15-minute Play Festival. Bill studied acting with Uta Hagen and has worked at The Actor’s Studio and The Nat Horne Theater. His LA stage credits include The Inspector General, The Last Laugh, the hit parody Hell House at The Steve Allen Theater and his critically acclaimed solo show, Christ is the Answer...But What's the Question. Bill has had guest roles on Dharma and Greg, Malcolm in the Middle, Arrested Development and Two and a Half Men. His film roles include Pure Danger, Mary Christmas, The Last Request (with Danny Aiello) and most recently Fred and Vinny, which will open in early 2010.