Written by Oren Peleg
Directed by Joshua Ster
Two individuals attempt to get an inconsiderate co-worker to sign a document that demands better benefits and worker protection from management.
BRITTANEY CHATMAN (SHOSHANA)
Brittaney Delsarte Chatman is a South Carolinian-born actress, singer, and writer based in Brooklyn. She received her MFA from the prestigious Actors Studio Drama School and is currently a finalist for a lifetime membership at the Actor’s Studio. Hailing from a musical and artistic clan with world-renowned artist, Larry Francis Lebby being her grandfather and Grammy-award winning artist, Toni Braxton, as her cousin. A few of her acting credits include Gina Willis from In Mysterious Ways (Off-Broadway), activist Ericka Huggins in Black Panther Women (Off-Broadway), Gwen Ermont in The Mistress of Wholesome (Off-Broadway). Presently, Chatman is in the studio recording and producing her first music EP entitled Call Me Blossom that will be available soon on streaming services. Instagram: @BrittAndBroadway
NATHAN KRASNER (IVAN)
Nathan Krasner is a Philly-born, Brooklyn-based actor, teacher, and acting coach. Soon-to-be graduate of the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University, Nathan loves new works as well as the classics, particularly Shakespeare. Nathan has acted both on film and onstage in New York, San Francisco, Ohio, and elsewhere. Favorite New York credits include Associates in Communications (Matt, Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival), Lack of Milk (Father, NYC Summerfest), and Changeling (Vermandero, Easy Leap Theater co). He apprenticed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and appeared on the Main Stage in Far From Heaven (directed by Michael Greif).
MAYA BUTLER (DIANA)
Maya Butler is a first-generation American with family from both England and Israel. She takes a lot of pride in her heritage and loves finding ways to incorporate it into her storytelling. Some of Maya’s recent acting credits include CW’S Dynasty, CBS’s NCIS, and Pretty Broken on Amazon Prime.
Playwright: Oren Peleg
Oren is a San Francisco-born non-profit professional, writer/director, and graduate of Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film & Media Arts. His senior thesis film “The Big Bris” screened at festivals across North America. He has worked in development at HBO Films and Walt Disney Animation Studios. He’s passionate about Labor causes and has written on a freelance basis for several union magazines (cinematographers guild ICG Local 600, IBEW 11, American Federation of Teachers 1521, AFSCME 3090).
Director: Joshua Ster
Joshua Ster is a New York based director and actor. He graduated from the Actors Studio Drama School with an MFA in Directing. A few directing credits include Off-Broadway: Birdsong by Caleb John Cushing, Lila On the Wall by Edward Allan Baker, and Roger and Vanessa by Brett C Leonard as part of the school's repertory season in 2019. www.joshuaster.com