The cast includes: Paul Dillon as “Killer Joe Cooper” (marking his third reprise of the role which he originated back in Chicago and later Off-Broadway; starred in Chicago’s longest running play Hellcab – in both the Chicago and LA productions; starred in The Conquest of the South Pole, which won the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Ensemble; starred in Crazy Drunk in LA; and, most recently, in
Heart of a Dog at The Lillian Theatre in which he has just received an LA Weekly Nomination for Best Actor); Joe Sikora as “Chris” (a Chicago northsider, has been on such stages as The Goodman Theater, Lookingglass Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and was in the HBO adaptation of Looking for Normal with Jessica Lange, playing “Wayne”); Corryn Cummins as “Dottie” (yet another Chicago native and current Steppenwolf member, recently seen in the hit production of Lonesome West at The Odyssey Theatre this past fall; seen on stages such as Steppenwolf Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre, A Red Orchid Theatre, Timeline Theatre, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Famous Door Theatre and Mary-Arrchie, with whom she won a Joseph Jefferson Award for her work in The Hot l Baltimore); Loren Lazerine as “Ansel” (recently seen in Heart of a Dog at The Lillian Theater and has played in the hit productions of Hellcab in Chicago, Los Angeles, Dublin, Edinburgh, and Israel; and Laura Niemi as “Sharla” (seen recently in the hit production of Ourselves Alone at The Gardner Stages and Loose Ends at The Odyssey Theatre).  This “Shepard-esque” thriller is headed by director Scott Cummins, who recently directed the West Coast Premiere of The Pagans for The Road Theatre, garnering an ADA award for best ensemble and an ADA nomination for outstanding direction. He was also recently nominated for his work in Kenneth Lonergan’s Lobby Hero at The Odyssey Theatre.

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