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DRU SKY BERRIAN* (Pam) is delighted to make her SpeakEasy debut in this production. She is a student at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee where she studies Contemporary Theater. In addition to acting, she also studies aerial arts, devising, and other movement-based theater forms. She hopes her work can be a platform for hidden voices as well as a mirror for self-reflection. (she/her)
JORDAN PEARSON* (Harold) is ecstatic to be making his SpeakEasy debut. He is currently a junior at Boston Conservatory at Berklee studying Contemporary Theater. Jordan’s past Conservatory theatre credits include Macbeth (Macbeth); Jim Conley (Parade); Midas (Metamorphosis). Jordan also performed as Reggie in a Virginia Rep’s production of Akeelah and the Bee. Jordan thanks his teachers, friends, and family for their never-ending support! (he/him)
TAH-JANAY SHAYOÑE* (Sally) is an actress, writer, director, and theater artist currently studying Contemporary Theater at Boston Conservatory at Berklee. This is her SpeakEasy Stage debut and she is thrilled to be here. She was born in NJ, but was raised on the south side of St. Petersburg, Florida and identifies as a true southern belle. She now resides in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and you may have seen her in Good Kids directed by Summer Williams. Tah-Janay is dedicated to theater and film that uplifts and highlights the diverse and colorful experiences of black people. (she/her)
SADIYAH DYCE STEPHENS* (Annette) is pleased to make her SpeakEasy debut. She is a New York City native and was a double major in both dance and drama at her high school. She moved to Boston for college after ending her high school career with an advanced, double-arts-endorsed diploma, as well as concluding her time at the Ailey School. (she/they)
JARED TROILO* (TJ) returns to SpeakEasy having previously appeared in The View UpStairs, Significant Other, Dogfight, Far From Heaven, and Jerry Sprin-ger: The Opera. Jared has also appeared with Lyric Stage Company, Greater Boston Stage Company, Palace Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, The Barnstormers, Shadowland Stages, Fiddlehead Theatre, and Moonbox Productions. He is the recipient of an IRNE Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical. Television appearances include Across The Pacific on PBS, and the upcoming Kevin Can F*** Himself for AMC. Proud member of AEA. Graduate of The Boston Conservatory. All my love to Kira and Levi. (he/him)