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Family Lies

Written by Doug Bradshaw

Directed by Adam Davenport

In a post-Obamacare country, are the ties that bind a family together, stronger than the lies they tell to protect one another?



Elizabeth Greer is a working actress who recurs and guest stars regularly on many TV shows including The Morning ShowEuphoriaVidaBates MotelRay DonovanCold CaseThe ShieldMy Own Worst EnemyVideo Game High School, and many more. She loves helping kids make their dreams come true. She earned a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (studied directly under Stella Adler) and an MFA from the Yale School of Drama (under Earle Gister). Elizabeth coaches out of her private acting studio in West Los Angeles, CA, and holds a child performer services permit from the State of California (# CPS-000184572). For more information on private coaching and self-taping with Elizabeth, visit her website

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Anthony is an actor, editor and director in New York City. An only child raised on paper, pencils, scissors and glue he was destined to make things. As an actor he's kept the lights on working in television, film, commercials and voice over - at this point you've likely seen or heard him somewhere and had no idea. As a director Anthony doesn't believe he has any particular style, yet all his projects tend to look alike which he finds hilarious and bizarre. He takes his work very seriously, but feels if nobody’s laughing on set, something’s terribly wrong.

Elizabeth Greer

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Aasha is an actor who remains comfortable even if she’s tackling uncomfortable topics with a strong message.  She moved to Los Angeles from Washington, D.C., to pursue her dream in the entertainment business. Aasha has since appeared in such television shows as Friday Night Lights, Criminal Minds, House and Bones. Her critically acclaimed web series, The Unwritten Rules, is now airing on Cleo TV.  The popular series takes a very funny look at being black in corporate America. Aasha is also currently working on Comedy Central's Emmy Award-winning series, Drunk History. Keep up to date on all things Aasha Davis by following her on Twitter: @aashadavis and Instagram: @aashadavis

Aasha Davis

Anthony Misiano

Playwright: Doug Bradshaw

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DOUG BRADSHAW: Co-writer/director/producer of 2014 Capital Fringe Festival award-winning immersive play, A Dream Within A Dream: Madness, Co-writer/director/producer of 19: The Musical, world premiere in November 2019 at the National Museum of Women in the Arts / Co-Owner of Through The 4th Wall

Director: Adam Davenport

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A multi-hyphenate artist who made history as the first African-American artist/producer to chart on Billboard for Electronic Dance Music, Adam Davenport was recently named Electronica Artist of the Year by the International Music and Entertainment Association in the 6th Annual IMEA Awards. Davenport graduated from Yale with honors in Film and became a recipient of the Panavision New Filmmaker Award, a distinction shared by Paul Thomas Anderson and Steven Soderbergh on their first filmmaking efforts. At 26 he became the youngest director in the Playwright/Directors Unit of the Actors Studio. As an actor, Davenport’s episodic credits include the HBO series High Maintenance and Starz series Sweetbitter. He made his Off-Broadway debut in Naked Boys Singing. It was on the stage where Davenport first began to garner notice for his range of quirky, off-beat and eccentric character portrayals. Says Academy-Award nominee Sally Kirkland: “Adam is a character actor in a leading man’s body."

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