(Assistant Stage Manager) Becca, is a California State University, Long Beach grad, an elementary school teacher by day, theater technician by night, working with Good People from the start on Closer Than Ever (Hollywood Piano), The Fantasticks (Hollywood Fringe 2014), A Man of No Importance (Hollywood Fringe 2013), as well as Barrymore (Greenway Court and El
(Graphic Design) Oliver is a graphic designer based in Los Angeles. He works across a range of disciplines from print to web to architectural spaces. His projects include work for UCLA, United Way and Whole Foods Market. Oliver’s has been recognized by AIGA, Type Directors Club, the One Show, and Communication Arts.
A few of Joey’s appearances: Mayor Shinn in “The Music Man” at Musical Theater West, numerous roles in The Odyssey Theatre’s “Ionescopade”, and featured in the musical “PAZZAZZ!” as Joe Weber of the 1890’s comedy team Webber and Fields. At The Beverly Hills Playhouse, he appeared as stage manager Harry J. Loveday in Scott Martin’s
Chris reprised one of his favorite roles for Good People. Other favorites include: John Wilkes Booth (Assassins), Don Quixote (Man of La Mancha), the title role in Richard III and Macbeth at the Archway, Marc Antony Diomedes (Antony & Cleopatra with A Noise Within), Ron (Thicker Than Water, starting Barbara Bain and B.D. Sweeney). Film:
Matt is happy to put his hairless head to good use as Baldy O’Shea! Los Angeles audiences may have previously seen Matt get his throat sliced as Adolfo Pirelli in Sweeney Todd, whip a nearly naked Oliver Twist while wailing high notes as Mr. Bumble in Twist, or portray multiple murderous types in The Twylight
Michael Wallot is the former Artistic Director of Broadway Bound Orange County, the Star Theatre Company in Oceanside, The Camino Real Playhouse in San Juan Capistrano, and Carbondale Repertoire Theatre in Pennsylvania. He has directed and cast well over 100 productions nationwide from NYC to SoCal. As a performer he appeared in 7 Broadway/National Tours
Audrey Curd was born and raised in Chico, CA, where she discovered her love of all things dramatic early on. (The doll baby Audrey is singing to was “Starla”— and she was a pivotal in this discovery.) With the help of her incredibly supportive family and friends, she pursued this passion throughout high school, and soon college at