Roderick Hill - Keiran
Roderick Hill: Dorian Gray in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's new adaptation of "The Picture of Dorian Gray" at The Round House Theater, Eustace Jackson in The Mint Theater's critically acclaimed production of "The Return of The Prodigal", Mr. Gardner in the Broadway production of "Butley", starring Nathan Lane, and Nicolas in the Broadway production of Elton John's new musical "Lestat", at the Palace Theater. Other credits include: Cymbeline (The Royal Shakespeare Company/Theatre For A New Audience), Singing Forest (Long Wharf Theatre) both directed by Bartlett Sher, The Irish Curse (The New York International Fringe Festival), Nerds: The Musical (New York Stage and Film), What The Butler Saw (Huntington Theater Company), Diosa (Hartford Stage), Rock Shore (Eugene O’Neill Theater Center), Much Ado About Nothing (Great Lakes Theater Festival), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet (The Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis), “Master Harold”… and the boys (Playmakers Rep.), Twelfth Night (Shakespeare & Co.) Film/Television: Kinsey, Cosa Bella, Chappelle’s Show, Stranger’s With Candy. Roderick is a graduate of The Juilliard School and The Interlochen Arts Academy.
Brian Leahy - Rick
Brian Leahy originated the role of Rick in the 2005 NY Int’l Fringe Festival production of The Irish Curse. He can currently be seen in the comedic web series The Junior League of Superheroes, which he also wrote and co-produced. FILM: Earthship, 4:41, Mrs. Lovejoy, The Layabouts. Theatre: the East Coast premiere of Mat Smart’s The Hopper Collection, Iatrophobia, A Night of Dialogue. As a writer, his political satire Sketch premiered in LA as part of Acorn Pictures’ LIVEworks2008; his one-woman play, Cranberry, was produced by the Intentional Theatre Group in NY. Brian is a graduate of NYU and the Atlantic Theater Acting School and is the author of The Groom Says blog.
Bill Timoney - Understudy Joseph/Kevin
Bill Timoney – NYC stage appearances: the Irish Arts Center, MCC, and Playwrights Horizon. Regional: Globe Playhouse (West Hollywood CA), Penobscot Theatre Company (Maine), Musical Theatre West (Long Beach CA), Mill Mountain Theater (Virginia), Sherwood Theatre (La Jolla CA). A New Jersey native, Bill’s home-state appearances include NJ Rep, the Bickford Theatre, Shadow Lawn Stage, The Celtic Theatre Company, and the Black Box of Asbury Park. Bill has appeared in the American premieres of three Irish plays: THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT by Niall Williams, and MANY YOUNG MEN OF TWENTY and THE YEAR OF THE HIKER by the great John B. Keane. TV: MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, LIPSTICK JUNGLE, GUIDING LIGHT, and several years on ALL MY CHILDREN as “Alfred Vanderpool.” He is a veteran voice performer who can be heard in hundreds of films, TV shows, and animated programs.
Dan Butler - Joseph
Dan Butler is probably best known as Bulldog from the TV series, “Frasier.” His one-man show The Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me… garnered critical acclaim across the country, as well as Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk nominations. In 2006, Dan produced, co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in the faux documentary Karl Rove, I Love You which The Huffington Post called “hilarious and unsettling – a political Blair Witch Project.” Dan has also been extremely active with suicide prevention, and in 1995 was the National Coming Out Day spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign.
Scott Jaeck - Kevin
Scott Jaeck appeared on Broadway in “August: Osage County” and “The Night of the Iguana.” His numerous TV credits include “Charmed,” “ER,” “Seinfeld,” “Santa Barbara,” “Prison Break,” “NYPD Blue,” "Party of Five," "Mad About You," and “An Early Frost.”
Austin Peck - Stephen
Austin Peck is best known for his starring roles on the popular daytime dramas “Days of our Lives” and “As the World Turns.” Other TV credits include “The District,” “Charmed,” “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” and “Strong Medicine.” As a member of Theater 40 in Beverly Hills, Austin recently appeared in “Blue Silence” and “Japanese Death Poem.”
Patrick James Lynch - Understudy Rick/Stephen/Keiran
Patrick James Lynch’s theatrical credits: All Hail Hurricane Gordo (2008 Humana; ATL; Cleveland Play House); Agamemnon (La MaMa); The Front Page, The Corn is Green & Peter and the Star Catchers (Williamstown); The Rabbit Hole, The Rivals, The Cherry Orchard, & The Corn is Green (Huntington); Alphabet City (Metropolitan). TV: Nick Jr., Comedy Central, Versus. Patrick has also written, directed, taught, modeled, ushered, and crewed here in NY. Proud graduate of Boston University (BFA, Acting).