Todd Andrew Ball (The Mayor ~ Liliom)
Todd is excited to return to Wicked Lit having performed with Unbound in 2011 as Karswell in Casting the Runes and in 2012 as Brother Percy in Wake Not the Dead. Some credits include Dorin in A Dull Pain Turned Sharp, Gooper in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Graupner in Bach at Leipzig all at the Group Rep Theatre in North Hollywood; Jack Gable in Leading Ladies at the Glendale Centre Theatre and Hercule Poirot in Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee at the Santa Paula Theater Center. He thanks Hisato for all his love and support.
Dan Billet (Guy Patrick Ratinckx ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth)
Dan is very excited to be performing in Wicked Lit for the first time. Film/TV credits include Raising Hope, Numbers, Revenge of the Bimbot Zombie Killers, and others. Los Angeles theatre includes Photograph 51, A House Not Meant to Stand (Fountain Theatre); Buffalo Soldiers (El Portal); Othello (Stella Adler Theatre); Tartuffe (Theatricum Botanicum); and company member of ACME Comedy Theatre. Other theatre: Henry V/Twelfth Night/Julius Caesar at American Studio Theatre in NY; The Three Sisters/The Ugly Man/There is No Need to Wake Up at the NIDA Theatre/Sydney Opera House, Australia. Love to Marlowe and Lyra
Bradley Bundlie (Roland Mortimer ~ The Open Door)
Bradley is thrilled to take part in Wicked Lit, returning to the Unbound Family after playing Dick Ward last summer, in Two Pictures in One (HL16). Bradley has appeared in over 100 films, commercials and theatre productions, and has shared the screen with Eric Roberts in 30 Days To Say Goodbye, Vivica Fox in The Wrong Child, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg for Funny or Die, Sinbad in a skit for College Humor and George Takei in Eat With Me. Bradley won a Young Artists Award for his role as Quinn in the Danny the Manny webseries. Recently, Bradley played the title role in Oliver! at the Lawndale PAC. Other stage credits include: Young William in Frankenstein, the Musical, Chip in 3D Theatricals’ Beauty and the Beast, and for the past 3 years has played Tiny Tim in GCT’s A Christmas Carol. A competitive gymnast & roller skater, Bradley’s an awesome big brother and dreams of being a Marvel superhero! Check out his FB/IG/Twitter @bradleybundlie. Many thanks to Paul, Mom, Dad, & lil’ bro Bowie:)
Joe Camareno (Dr. Zahi Mataha ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth)
Joe is proud to return to Unbound for his third production after donning the red eyes of El Diablo in Las Lloronas (WL14) and the congenial bowler of Dr. John Watson in Holmes, Sherlock and The Consulting Detective (ML17). Recent film credits include Tin Holiday (writer/director), Edith & Harvey, and The Boy Next Door. His feature directing debut, Revenge of the Bimbot Zombie Killers, secured distribution after premiering at Comikaze-Con in 2014. Camareno directed the multi-award-winning Fixing Paco web series starring Paul Rodriguez and Gloria Garayua. Other theater: A Weekend Near Madison, Kiss of the Spider Woman and ‘Bocón!’ for CTG. Huge thanks to the Unbound team!
Jennifer Novak Chun (Widow Saverini ~ Liliom)
Jennifer is a professional cellist and violinist as well as an actress. Her credits include the award-winning film, Cello. Recent lead TV credits include Crazy Love. On the stage, she is a member of Force of Nature Productions performing year round. Her past Unbound performances include Camp Mountain View (WL16), The Monkey’s Paw, The Doll, and The Masque of the Red Death Experience (WL13). She is thrilled to be back this Halloween!
John T. Cogan (Hern ~ The Damned Thing)
Along with innumerable readings for Unbound Productions throughout the years, John has played Johann in Dracula’s Guest (WL14) and Joel in The Unnamable (WL10 & WL11). Speaking of The Unnamable, John would like to give a special shout out to Michael Prichard. He won’t pretend he could fill Michael’s shoes, but he’ll wear his own down to the souls for trying. Special love goes to Kenna, Ruby, and the fam for helping him make this work. Dear Guests, mind your steps. You’re in for a treat. If you’re not too frightened tonight… Dream Sweet.
John Patrick Daly (Mr. Jarvis/Bagley ~ The Open Door)
Patrick is thrilled to be in his first production with Unbound. Last seen in MTV’s Catfish: The Untold Stories, Geico’s Introducing the Goosinator, Credit Karma’s Get Knowing, and Next Stage Theatre’s Dark Side of the Moon. He also appeared as Dan in the web series This Is Fine and as Dave in the short film The Fine Line. He looks forward to a long and productive career with Unbound in the years to come.
Kevin Dulude (Antony Woodbury ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth)
This is Kevin’s fourth time performing with Unbound Productions having played Nurse Racher in The System (WL15), Big Papa in Camp Mountain View (WL16) and Alistair Merryweather in this year’s Mystery Lit production Holmes, Sherlock, and The Consulting Detective. For a lifelong horror fan, like Kevin, the opportunity to appear in these tales of suspense and the macabre has been a dream come true.
Sawyer Fuller (Morgan Geryl ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth)
Sawyer has just moved back home to California after receiving her BFA in Musical Theatre from Emerson College in Boston. Since then she has performed with Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater in The Last Men on Earth (Alien Woman) and West Destiny (Peter-Dean). On the side, she boxes and babysits some really sweet kids. She thanks her family and friends for their support and hopes you enjoy the show!
Alec Gaylord (Carter Druse ~ Liliom)
Alec is very excited to be making his Unbound Productions debut! He graduated with a BFA degree in Acting from Mason Gross School of the Arts. After a brief stint in New York City, Alec is back to his hometown of Los Angeles, California. Select theatre credits include: Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona at Shakespeare’s Globe Theater in London UK and Don John in Much Ado About Nothing at the Downtown Repertory Theater here in Los Angeles. Since returning to Los Angeles Alec has been in 12 short films and recently shot his first feature film last April. Alec would like to thank his family and friends for simply being the best! And the cast, crew, artistic team, and producers of this year’s Wicked Lit for a wonderful experience.
Ian Heath (Hugh ~ The Damned Thing)
Ian is excited to be part of Wicked Lit in his first Unbound production. Originally hailing from St. Louis, MO, he has performed in everything he can get his hands on, including immersive haunts, horror films, and acting as the in-room actor at The Bunker Experience. Ian can frequently be found performing at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater (Urban Death, Blood Alley, Festival of Living Art), and writing/performing as a company member with Force of Nature Productions (Rush series, Tales from Tomorrow).
Jena Hunt (Charlotte Mortimer/Mrs. Jarvis ~ The Open Door)
Jena made her Unbound debut this past summer playing the roles of Irene Adler and Violet Hunter in Holmes, Sherlock and The Consulting Detective (ML17). Jena has appeared in films and theater in San Francisco and Los Angeles, including writing and directing the award-winning one act play Aria for The Marin One Acts Festival. She’s been nominated for her film acting by New York VisionFest for her role in the romantic comedy Falling Uphill, but is most happy to return to her roots onstage.
LizAnne Keigley (Prof. Katriana Van de Velde ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth)
LizAnne is excited to participate in Wicked Lit 2017 in the original production Thoth’s Labyrinth written by Jonathan Josephson, her third Wicked Lit show penned (or co-penned) by the amazing Mr. Josephson. Previous shows include The Chimes and The Lurking Fear. LizAnne would like to thank the entire Wicked Lit family. May the Spirits give you a thrill, mwahahahaha!
Eric Keitel (Harper ~ The Damned Thing)
If you’ve been coming to Wicked Lit for years and don’t recognize this guy, there is a good chance you’ve been hitting the sauce. Back for his 7th Wicked Lit and 12th Unbound show, Eric has bribed his way into the mix yet again! Highlights include The Body Snatcher (WL11), The Tell-Tale Heart (ScareLA 2013), Dracula’s Guest (WL14) and From Beyond (WL16). Eric is also a member of The Echo Theater Company, and has been seen in Fugue, The Suitcase, and The Optimist. TV: Franklin & Bash. Film: Sci-fi action-thriller, Agent, is now streaming on Amazon, Hulu, and iTunes. erickeitel.com
Richard Large (Admiral Smith/Reverend Moncrief ~ The Open Door)
For Unbound, Richard has played Holmes (ML17), Inspector Theobald in From Beyond (WL16), Herbert in The Monkey’s Paw, Delbruck in Dracula’s Guest (WL14), Deputy Toby in The Lurking Fear (WL13), Stephen in The Tell-Tale Heart, the Deacon in Count Magnus (WL12), Toby Veck in The Chimes (WL10, WL11), and Baltrus Van Tassel in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (WL09). He is a veteran of over 80 productions in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. Favorite roles include Shotover in Heartbreak House, Brack in Hedda Gabler, John Cleary in The Subject was Roses (Shellie Award winner) and Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night. Richard was awarded a Dramalogue Award for his direction of The Cave. MA in Theatre Arts from SFSU.
Meghan Lewis (Swing)
Meghan is thrilled to be back with Wicked Lit for a second year after playing Peggy the zombie camp counselor in last year’s frame, Camp Mountain View. Favorite credits include Gwendolen in The Importance of Being Earnest (Glendale Center Theatre), Replica (Urban Theatre Movement), The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll (The Theatre @ Boston Court), and Delusion (Lies Within/Masque of Mortality). She is a proud member of Urban Theatre Movement, and her voice can be heard as the English language voice of telenovela characters around the world. meghanlewis.info
Tosca Minotto (Mrs. Bodman ~ Liliom)
Tosca is thrilled to be making her debut with Unbound Productions and Wicked Lit. This is Tosca’s fifth collaboration with director James Castle Stevens, who most recently directed her as Sheila in The Boys Next Door, and as Sabrina Daldry in In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play), for which she received an Outstanding Featured Female Performance Award from the Four Star Theater Alliance. Tosca was last seen in Glendale Centre Theatre’s production of Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure. She has also written six children’s’ musicals for GCT, including the currently playing Puss in Boots. Love and gratitude to all! Namaily!
Michael Perl (Henry Mortimer ~ The Open Door)
Michael is thrilled to be back with Unbound. Previous Unbound shows: The Chimes (WL10), Casting The Runes (WL11), Wake Not The Dead (WL12), The Yellow Wallpaper (HL12), A Ghost Story (2011 TCG Conference), The Monk (WL14), and The Shadowy Third (WL16). Past theatre credits: American Clock, Lend Me A Tenor, Other Desert Cities, Fahrenheit 451, King Lear, and Jump/Cut (produced with his wife, Melissa). Some television credits – Scandal, The Bold and the Beautiful, and Sweet Valley High. Michael thanks his family for their mind-boggling, inexhaustible support, his friends for putting up with him, and his wife, Melissa: the CEO of his life and bringer of all good things. michaelperl.net/burtonstreetproductions.org
Brian David Pope (Dr. Simson ~ The Open Door)Brian David Pope makes a happy return to Mountain View and Wicked Lit. He previously chased The Lurking Fear hither and yon, buried a friend alive (two years in a row) in The Cask of Amontillado, and lost more than his nerve during The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (2009) at Greystone Mansion. As part of Unbound’s first History Lit production he hosted The Garden Party (2012) at the Pasadena Museum of History. Brian thanks the marvelous cast and crew, the remarkable designers, the generous staff at Mountain View, and, most of all, Paul, Jeff and Jonathan for doing what they do so well.
David Ty Reza (Apophis “Pop” El-Ghamrawy ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth, understudy)
David is an award-winning American actor. He starred in the award-winning indie feature El Camino (written and directed by Sean Daniel Bauer), adapted from the novel Separated by Dreams written by Elizabeth Ann Guevara. The film is now streaming on Amazon. David also starred in the award-winning short film The Immigrants. David’s theatre credits include Casa 0101: Bad for the Community, Eastside Queer Stories, Unmasking Hercules, and Sideways Fences; The Robey Theatre Company: Lessons Learned; Frida Kahlo Theatre: 10 Minute Play Festival. Follow David on Instagram @davidtyreza
Tessa Willshire (Roland Mortimer, understudy ~ The Open Door)
Tessa is ecstatic and grateful to be performing in her first Wicked Lit production. Her past performances have been with Pasadena’s Performing Arts Workshop (PAWS) in the roles of Liesl in The Sound of Music, Merryweather in Sleeping Beauty, Jack in Into the Woods, and Flounder in The Little Mermaid. She is studying piano and voice at The Ivory Keys Music Studio and performed Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” at her most recent recital. Thank you Paul, Jeff, & Jonathan for this opportunity! Special thanks to Mom & Dad.
Morgan Zenith (Anuket “Annie” Abbas ~ Thoth’s Labyrinth)
Morgan is thrilled to be back with Unbound for her first Wicked Lit. She has previously been seen as Jane Gladys Brown in The Girl Who Owned a Bear (HL16) and a handful of staged readings. She would like to thank her family and friends for support, and the lovely producers of Unbound for presenting her with so many creative opportunities! You can catch more of her next adventure on instagram_morganzenith.