MICHAEL C. MARONNA* (Joel) starred as the older Pete in the Ace Award-winning Nickelodeon series The Adventures of Pete and Pete. His feature film debut came in 1990 with Home Alone and subsequent films include Home Alone 2 and Slackers. His Broadway credits include Coastal Disturbances by TIna Howe. He made his Broadway debut at age 9 in All My Sons.
FRANK HARTS* (Alan), a Juilliard graduate, most recently noted for his Broadway debut as George Murchison in the first-ever revival of A Raisin In The Sun opposite Sean “P Diddy” Combs, co-starred this past spring in the Showtime original feature, A Jersey Tale (now available on DVD). This past spring he also tackled a recurring role opposite Kelly Ripa & Dean Cain on the ABC show “Hope & Faith”. Currently, Frank is Director of Urban/Pop music for Dream Artists Studios (www.dream-artists.com). He is busy producing an R&B/Pop song featuring Tracie Thoms (upcoming “Rent” movie) and Jesse L. Martin, acting in the new Spike Lee film entitled Inside Man, and preparing for the launch of “Entreprenegro”, his “hot” and “sexy” new clothing line; this Fall. Frank is happy to be on board with the Peace Now team.
CARTER JACKSON* (Matt Stubbs) appeared on Broadway recently with Paul Newman in the revival of Our Town and in the Showtime/PBS television film of Our Town, also with Mr. Newman and directed by James Naughton. Among several Regional theatre credits are Tom Sawyer in Tom Sawyer and Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Theatre of Monmouth. He played the title role in Pippin in NYC at the Neighborhood Playhouse and is a graduate of Dartmouth College.
GENIA MICHAELA* (Jodi) appeared on Broadway in Jake’s Women with Alan Alda, and The Crucible. Her credits Off-Broadway include Shaw’s St. Joan. Regional Theatre performances include work with the Vermont Stage Company, the Wilma Theatre, and the Doolittle Theatre. Television and films include work with Matt Penn, David Jones, Mark Jean and Steven Soderbergh. Ms. Michaela’s education encompasses N.C. School of the Arts (opera), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (not opera) and Yale.
CAMERON BLAIR* (Elaine) has appeared Off-Broadway as Rochelle/Maggie in Sarah, Sarah (Manhattan Theatre Club), Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest, Luciana in The Comedy of Errors, and Margaret in Much ado About Nothing. Other credits include Trudy in Betty’s Summer Vacation (Yale Repertory Theatre), Julius Caesar and The Odyssey (Lincoln Center Institute). TV credits include Nancy on CBS’s Guiding Light. Ms. Blair attended The University of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of N.Y.U. – Tisch School of the Arts.
CAMERON PETERSON* (Ali) Her TV credits include Judy Blume’s Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great. Since moving to NYC following her graduation from Harvard University, Cameron received the Spotlight On Award for Best Actress, appeared as Lysistrata off-Broadway, and performed at the American Globe Theatre, La MaMa, and Pulse Ensemble. In film, she has worked with Paul Newman, Hugh Jackman and James Mangold.
MATTHEW DECAPUA* (Petrovich) starred in Our Country's Good and Angels in America at the CT Repertory Theatre; A Few Good Men and Laughter on the 23rd Floor with the River Repertory Co.; Dining Room at the Seven Angels Theatre, and Jane for New York's Peccadillo Theatre Co. He has also appeared extensively for Lawnrunner Films and NYU-TV.
CHRISTIAN PEDERSEN* (Scott) Christian is currently filming a remake of the 1931 film The Animal Kingdom that will be out in Spring '06. In New York he has appeared in several off-off Broadway plays, and toured regionally with TheatreWorks, The National Theatre, and the NJ Shakespeare Festival.
ADRIANNE RAE-RODGERS* (Liberti) played the role of Michelle in the Disney film, Heavyweights, also, Sabrina on the CBS television soap opera, Guiding Light, and various characters in numerous on-camera and radio commercials. She recently worked under the direction and choreographic genius of three time Tony award winner Hinton Battle in his Off-Broadway show, The Bronx Casket Company. Dancing is her other love, and she has a BA from Hofstra University to prove it!
KIM SHAW (Susan) starred as Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, as Catherine in Proof, and Olive Madison in the all female version of The Odd Couple. She had a recurring role on the Nickelodeon series Noah Knows Best. Ms. Shaw is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

  * performing courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association