The Cast

Benjamin Beruh This is Benjamin’s third performance on a stage and his first at the American Theater for Actors. He has lived his whole life in the Bronx, went to high school at the Bronx High School of Science, and earned a Bachelor’s of Science from Long Island University Brooklyn. He hopes to make a career of acting and continue to develop his craft in the near future.   

Jeremy Carter has starred in numerous New Jersey Theater Productions and Off Broadway Theater Productions. He has performed plays such as  Children Of Eden, Buried Child, Diary Of Ann Frank ,Golden boy and More. He has been Acting for 7 years and has also wrote two bestselling Science Fiction Novels called Hero-Up and Dark Coming.  

Connor Chaney feels enormously privileged to be appearing in his first show at the American Theatre of Actors. Previous credits include The Odyssey (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Mojada (OSF), Julius Caesar (OSF), An Inspector Calls(Theatre Convivio), A Sketch of New York (The Producer’s Club), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (SOU), Franklin (Perseverance Theatre)The Crucible (SOU), The Winter’s Tale (SOU), and She Stoops to Conquer (SOU). He holds a BFA from Southern Oregon University.

Justin Little is excited to be performing the role of Abraham in the production of “The Harrowing of Hell”. He is an alumni of The Ohio State University. He has recently moved to New York City after working the last four years in Chicago. Along with acting he is also a skilled musician and vocalist.

Monty Renfrow Stage: Laughter On The 23rd Floor, Romeo and Juliet, Danny and The Deep Blue Sea, Les Chienes Des Westminster, Deaf and Dumb, Post Coitus Film: One Good Pitch(Tribeca Film Festival), Cadenza Television: Shades Of Blue Education: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, The Brooklyn Actors Lab, T. Schreiber Studio

Logan Roberts has been living and acting in the New York for nearly 7 yrs. He studied at The Barrow Group conservatory, and he enjoys both theatre and tv/film. 

Sabrina Fara Tosti loves Medieval Literature and is excited to be exploring this historic play. She is a Meisner trained actress. Recently, Sabrina performed at LaMama and in the Players Theatre 2019 Sex! Short Play Festival. A favorite credit is Carly in reasons to be pretty. When not acting, Sabrina is baking up a storm.

Christopher Yoo was born and raised in Montreal Quebec. Upon graduating from business school at Concordia University, he came to New York to pursue an education in acting at Stella Adler Conservatory and HB Studio, studying 2 Years each, respectively.   Upon completing his studies in December 2018, He performed in a showcase in January 2019 with Drastic Action under the direction of Aviva Geismar. 

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