Tom Vitorino

Tom has performed in numerous theatrical productions on stages in Pittsburgh, Atlanta, New York, Cedar City, London, San Francisco, and Los Angeles; from Noises Off @ The Olivier Theater at the National Theater, to Hamlet @ The Randall L. Jones Theater for the USF. In television, he has had small recurring roles on Port Charles, and Lords of The Mafia. He has appeared in over 15 national commercials including spots for Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s, Yamaha, and Coca Cola. He recently portrayed real life priest/activist Blase Bonpane in the EWTN movie “Called and Chosen”. He is co- director/founder of Thusday Night Theater Club.


Alice L Walker

Originally from Chicago, Alice is an award winning actress, screenwriter and former pro ballet dancer. She has directed and/or produced over 30 musicals and ballets. Theater credits include Drusilla in Beauty & The Beast, Mrs. Cratchet in A Christmas Carol, Judy Turner in Chorus Line and Sister Margeretta in The Sound of Music to name a few. Film credits include the upcoming feature film Abruptio opposite Jordan Peele and Robert Englund, opposite Steven Bauer and Ken Howard in A Numbers Game, and Riddance in which she won a Best Actress award (PWFF) opposite Jim Parrack. She is co- director/founder of Thursday Night Theater Club.


Samantha Jo

From Toronto, Canada, Sam can be seen in Justice League, Snow Steam Iron (short film by dir. Zack Snyder, Wonder Woman, Agent X, Man of Steel, Warrior (NBC pilot), and Mortal Kombat Legacy. A former Olympic Athlete in the 2008 exhibition sport of Wushu (Chinese Martial Arts) Sam has stunt doubled for actresses such as Eva Green, Antje Traue, Jena Malone, Ming-Na Wen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D).


Mark Morante

Mark most recently appeared as Father Lux in Our Lady of 121st Street at Little Victory Theatre, Detective Holland Williams, in Brothel with Eclectic Company Theatre, The Husband, in Mother's Day Comedy Night, and The Sheriff of Nottingham, in Robin Hood:A Lady In Waiting, both with Defiance Theatre Co. TV: E.R., General Hospital, O' HARA, Charlie Grace, The John Larroquette Show and MTV The Big Picture. Film: The Hidden, Rough Magic, Rapid Fire, Sid and Nancy and Tequila Sunrise.


Ciera Danielle

Ciera Danielle is a California born and raised award winning actress, screenwriter and filmmaker. She can be seen opposite James Franco in Child of God, starring opposite Lou Diamond Phillips in The Last Train, starring opposite Dale Dickey in Bella, starring opposite Heather Morris in Post, starring opposite Billy Joe Shaver in her award winning feature "Daisy's" and most recently acting opposite Mark Pellegrino in Strangers in a Strange Land. Most recently she has had the honor of being the 2018 winner of AOF festival's Women in Film award. And lastly, her most previous theater production, "Subway Suicide", garnered her a NoHo Arts Best Actress nomination.


Jack Menzies

Past credits include Rabbit Hole and Our Town with CU Theatre, and It’s A Wonderful Life and Murder on the Nile with Longmont Theatre Co. Originally born in Scotland, Jack earned his BFA in Performance from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He recently starred in the short film, Brute which was an official selection for the Fort Meyers Beach Film Festival.


Robin Roth

Originally from Queens, NY, Robin's credits include:

Hollywood Fringe Festival: Apathy Killed The Cat; That’s Why I Hold On, Fremont Centre Theatre: Little Women, Track 16 Theatre: West Of Davenport, Gene Frankel Theatre (NY): In Loving Memory, Manhattan Rep (NY): The Erlenring Song, Studio Players (KY): The Dresser; Plaza Suite; Prelude To A Kiss; Other People’s Money; The Sisters Rosensweig, Act Out (KY): Sordid Lives; Twilight Of The Golds


Julisa Gonzalez

Julisa is from Houston, Texas and is fluent in Spanish. She has appeared at the O'Kane Theatre in Oleanna, Ravenscroft and Roulette. Julisa was also in the short films: The 5th Session, Miss Read and Amarilli. And, the feature films: My Time to Die and Making of a Serial Killer. She enjoys graphic design, riding bikes and rollerblading.


Ethan Mikael

Ethan is originally from San Diego, and is known for his accent and voice work. His training includes Playhouse West, Killian McHugh, Kalmenson and Kalmenson, Antaeus Theatre Co., Billy Cowart at WCI Studios, and Palomar College. Film: Polaroid (Vimeo Staff Pick), Welcome to Valhalla, and Just Desserts (Cannes Film Festival Short Corner 2011). Theater (selected): Eclectic Theater - Strangers on a Train, Scripps Ranch Theater - The Green Flash at Sunset, Ion Theater - The Mystery Plays, Moonlight Stage - The Mouse Trap.


Jeremy Falla

Originally from the Bronx, Jeremy's motable roles include Edwin in Our Lady of 121st, Ron in Road Trip, Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire. He recently wrapped a web series which premiere next year. For other updates follow @Jfalla on Instagram and @FallaYoDreams- Twitter


Grant Anstine

Grant recently graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in LA in June of 2018. Performing theater his entire life, with roles such as Dennis in “This Is Our Youth”, Rufus in “Five Mile Lake”, Hal in “Proof”, Mortimer in “Arsenic and Old Lace”, and many more, de’s also currently in a play titled “Taboo” at the Actors Workout Studio where he plays Billy. Follow him on Instagram (@grantanstine) and check out his website


Zack Sayenko

Zack fell in love with theatre and acting while studying in Bay Area. He has since appeared in numerous theatrical productions in both San Francisco and Los Angeles; some of his favorite credits include Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire and Bobby in American Buffalo.

TV credits include NCIS:LA, General Hospital, Code Black and numerous films. He has also done a tiny voice-over part for Die Hard 5, so now he walks around telling people that he has worked with Bruce Willis.


Albert Soratorio

Albert Soratorio is a CSULB theater graduate, from Los Angeles CA. He is a multidisciplinary artist with involvement in film, theater, & fine art. He is currently working on developing Ensemble Entertainment Productions, a Non-Profit organization intended on providing opportunities for under served communities in the entertainment industry. He continues to work on development teams with River Rock Productions, the newly formed company Disposable Royalty Arts, & other independent filmmakers generating new content.


David Revazishvili

David is originally from Tbilisi, Georgia. He has appeared in short films at New York Film Academy - “Voice Cracking” and “Midnight Gift”. He is fluent in English and Georgian.
He also graduated from music school playing cello. He had performed in live concerts and music festivals with orchestra, as well as the solo performances.
He enjoys travel and exploring new things.


Eric Ruane

Originally from Philadelphia and raised in Florida, Eric's onstage debut will be TNTC's a View from the Bridge.

He has worked on various live shows as a stagehand ranging from Cirque du Soleil to the Academy Awards.

He enjoys scenic design, mountain biking and gymnastics.

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Christy Lee Hughes

Originally from Albany, New York, Christy is an award-winning actress and screenwriter. Theater credits: Beauty and The Beast (National Tour), 12 Angry Jurors, The Hunger Grass, Dangerous Corner. She earned Best Actress for her role in the comedy, Amerikan Partizan, can be seen opposite Melissa Leo in Predisposed (Sundance Film Festival) and opposite Nora Dunn in the original pilot, Shoddy House B&B. She was a writer on the 2017 CBS Comedy Showcase and has written a feature length dramatic screenplay as well as an original comedy pilot, both of which are currently in development.

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Jessica Swan

Originally from San Diego, Jessica is a CSU San Marcos Visual & Performing Arts graduate. Her most recent performances include Marie Curie in Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie and Marsha in The Loman Family Picnic for the Carlsbad Playreaders, as well as Scripps Ranch Theatre's Green Flash at Sunset. While she speaks no languages other than English, she loves learning and attempting new accents. Favorite roles include Bella in Big Love, Mrs. Smith in The Bald Soprano, and Ophelia in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead.

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Jerry O’Donnell

From Brooklyn, NY Jerry’s been acting on stage, TV, and film for over 20 years. He’s a founding member of Provincetown Repertory Theatre, MA where he was honored to work with legendary director Jose’ Quintero. Recent guest stars include; Bosch, SEAL Team, The Orville, Masters of Sex, American Crime Story, NCIS.  He also played the recurring role of Gerry Respola on MadMen.

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Valerie Henderson

Valerie is originally from Atlanta and her training includes Playhouse West, Westside Comedy Theater (Improv), and workshops with Marty Fortnoy and Dean Fronk. Since then she has appeared in several New York Film Academy student films, and been on two different sketch teams (Goldie and The Lounge Act) at Westside Comedy Theater. She has also written, produced and starred in the comedic web series titled "This Way To Thirty". When she's not acting she is also a DJ, Emcee and Graphic Designer. Her onstage debut will be in TNTC's "26 Pebbles".

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Catherine Batcha

Catherine Batcha is a native Californian, trained at New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. She has performed across Northern and Southern California in theatrical & film productions. She is involved in multiple projects that share arts across the world, including Will & Company’s new podcast “Mirror to Nature”. Her journey in acting and modeling has also lead her to an award winning directing role working to spread awareness against Human Trafficking. Thriving to integrate healing practices with the arts, Ms. Batcha has spent many years in natural medicine and aromatherapy.

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Nathan Wallace

Nathan Wallace is  honored to be a part of the Thursday Night Theatre Club.  He grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi and went to college at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory where he earned a BFA in acting. His credits include: Macduff from Macbeth, Governor Danforth from The Crucible, Tom from The Time of Your Life, and many other theatrical productions.