Director: Kate Johnston
Producers: Jan Miller Corran & Lee Anne Matusek
Executive Producer: Adam Huss
Consulting Producer: Jane Gilmore
Screenplay written by Jan Miller Corran & Kate Johnston
Story by Jan Miller Corran
Constance Brenneman as Judith
Best actress award winning actress for “She Will Be Loved” (2017), “Batgirl Rises” (2015) and “The Toy Soldiers” (2014),. Brenneman has appeared in numerous television and film productions including “Traded” in which she starred with Kris Kristofferson, Trace Adkins, Michael Pare' and Tom Sizemore.
Rich Ceraulo Ko as Dojin
Born on a military base in Bitburg, Germany to Richad Ceraulo and Yang Cha Ko, Ceraulo grew up hopping from base to bas eventually sttling on Long Island, NY. He transferred from New York University to the Tisch School of Arts in his junir year. After graduating he appeared in the Broadway musical "Flower Drum Song"then quickly made his way out to Los Angeles. He made his feature film debut opposite Kevin Bacon in James Wan's "Death Sentence" and followed that with a strng of independent film and television roles. He is best known for his wide-ranging character work, guest starring in shows such as "The Walking Dead", "Halt and Catch Fire", "Magnum P.I.", "Hawaii-Five-O", and "Supergirl".
Pamela Dunlap as Edith
Pamela is known for her three seasons on the iconic “Mad Men”, the film “The Changeling”, “The Wedding Party”, “Suburbicon”, and Television programs like“The Blacklist”, “Maron” , "Girls", Blue Bloods", and many other outstanding films and television series.Pamela has appeared on the stage from Broadway to Berkeley. Pamela is bicoastal spending times in New York and Los Angeles.
Adam Huss as Richard
After graduating from Binghamton University in NY, Adam moved to Los Angeles. Before landing the role of Joshua Kantas on the Starz show "Power", Adam guest starred on shows such as "Ironside","CSI:NY, "NCIS" and "Dynasty".
He can be seen in the new multi-award winning film "Dreams Never Had" with Malcolm McDowell and independent films such as "Waiting in the Wings the Musical, "Misirlou", "Is It Just Me?", "Resurrection County" and "Find Me".
Carole Ita White as Clementine
Carole Ita White started appearing in episodic TV and small film roles in the early 1970s. Her first TV job was a made-for-TV movie, a western comedy called Evil Roy Slade, starring John Astin, Mickey Rooney, and Milton Berle. The movie was written by producer and director Garry Marshall. Marshall cast her in a role on his series The Odd Couple.
She played "Big Rosie Greenbaum" on Laverne & Shirley. Carole's career includes dozens of film and television appearances.