Actor, Producer, Creative Director
Martina can't believe everybody agreed to do this with her. Her dog, Baby Girl, has terrible breath.
Actor, Producer, Communications Director
Franco is an actor and writer, a native New Yawkah, and the love child of Woody Allen and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.
Actor, Producer, Marketing & Social Media Director
Meghan is a native Pittsburgher, Steeler fan, yogi, moon watcher, cat mom, and kids theater director.
Stephen is a NY based actor and producer that has performed off-broadway and on film and television. He is a lifelong cinephile and openly challenges anyone to a game of Scene-It. Stephen believes that the wisest fish he's ever encountered was the goldfish from The Cat in the Hat, who had the wherewithal to know that that Cat was trouble. He also enjoys spaghetti.
Kent's earliest stage experience began in LA as a standup in the rotation at the Improv. Since then he's trained with Second City, The Pit and UCB in improv and various schools for theater. You may have seen him hanging from a rooftop in the NY Lottery Holiday commercial or as a Hasidic father in the feature film, "The Hudson Tribes," on Amazon.
Robin is a small, loud, vegan person with a lot of opinions and a lot of energy. She was once described as a "character actress stuck inside an ingenue" and she thinks that's a pretty accurate (albeit a little sexist) description. She acts on camera and on stage, and she teaches little kids how to act, too.
Isabel (you can call her Izzy) is a native Londoner, New Yorker and Los Angelean. She accidentally switches from an English to an American accent without realizing so this play is perfect for her. She’s often asking herself: Who am I this time? You can see her next starring in the short film THE RAT, written and directed by the über talented Carlen May-Mann.
Zachary is thrilled to be making his debut performance with the folks at Wise Fish. At the time of the writing of this biography, however, he has had only one rehearsal with the rest of the cast so take that 'being thrilled' talk with a grain of salt. He studied theater at SMU and likes to watch old movies.
Kellie is a recent transplant from Phoenix, AZ. She fell in love with theatre when she saw Alice Through The Looking Glass in her school cafeteria in second grade. As an artist in a family of engineers she finds great peace in the order that comes from stage management. Kellie is grateful to be part of this production, even though she has an irrational fear of fish.