Sonya Davis is an actor, writer, and producer living in Portland, Oregon.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Oregon and continued her acting studies in the Pacific Northwest, Los Angeles, and New York. Most recently, she studied in LA at Lonsdale-Smith Studios and Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshops. Her latest stage appearance was at
The Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York where she originated the role of Reevie Nichols for a new play called, The Crinoline Arc. Sonya has performed roles in television shows Grimm and The Librarians and has appeared in commercials for Microsoft, Progresso Soup, Columbia, Nintendo, and many more. Her latest independent films include Alvin, a psychological thriller shot in Seattle, and The Sugar Moon Tribe, a lesbian family film shot in San Francisco and Berkeley. Sonya also teaches acting at
The Studio Northwest.
Proud to call Portland home, Beth's work has centered largely around theatre performance and new work creation. She is grateful for the recognition of Portland's Drammy Committee for her work as Woman in Tender Napalm by Philip Ridley (2018 Best Performance by a Lead Actor and Best Production, Dancing Brain Productions) and as Orlando in Orlando by Sarah Ruhl (2016 Best Performance by a Lead Actor and Best Production, Profile Theatre). Other recent important performances include Miss Julie in Miss Julie by August Strindberg (2017 Drammy Nomination for Best Production, Shaking the Tree Theatre), Annie in In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play by Sarah Ruhl (2016 Drammy Nomination for Best Performance by A Supporting Actor, Profile Theatre), Catherine in Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams (Shaking the Tree Theatre) and The Snowstorm by Eric Nordin (2015 Drammy Best Production, Many Hats Collaborations). Beth is deeply interested in the politics of relationship and the power of responsibility. She is grateful to bring her craft into this story which deals deeply with both.
Christopher Hirsh ( he / him ) is a justice activist, actor, director, writer and physical theatre artist residing in Portland, Oregon. Film: God of Love (Oscar Winner, 2011), Asockalypse (2013). TV: A Crime To Remember. Theatre: Hirsh has most recently been seen in Portland in COP OUT produced by The August Wilson Red Door Project and at Portland Center Stage as the Movement Director and a featured ensemble member in ASTORIA: Part 1 and 2. Additional credits at Barrington Stage Company, Hartford Stage Company, Long Wharf Theater, Two River Theatre, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, and North Carolina Shakes.