Mar 19 2011

The Casts of Conversation Storm and The House of Cards: Meet the Madhouse’s newest denizens

Published by at 8:03 am under Conversation Storm,The House of Cards

We have emerged from our two week casting process with a trio of actors for Conversation Storm that I am incredibly excited about. Here they are:

Jeff DinnellJeff Dinnell (Alec)

Jeff Dinnell is a transplant from Santa Cruz, California, where he was a fixture of the local stage and television scene. For five years he hosted a live half-hour talk show covering the local arts. Favorite stage roles include DEFENDANT in David Mamet’s ROMANCE and TOM in Adam Bock’s FIVE FLIGHTS

Steve Robertson (Godfrey)

Steve Robertson is from St. Louis, Missouri and a graduate of the theater department at
the University of Missouri in Columbia. Some stage work includes the role of Jerry in
Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story and Vice Principal Panch in 25th Annual Putnam County
Spelling Bee
. He is thrilled to be working with the talented people of Uranium Madhouse.

John Ruby (Hugh)

John Ruby is from Pewaukee, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Northwestern University. His film credits include You, Me and Dupree, Ricky,and Touch. He has also made appearances on the television shows The Event, Cougar Town, and Perfect Couples. His theater credits include The Sting and Heaven Can Wait.

A big Uranium Madhouse welcome to all!

Jeff and John join my longtime student Yolanda Seabourne, who is the sole actor in Charles Mee’s The House of Cards, which will play on a double bill with Conversation Storm.

Yolanda SeabourneYolanda Seabourne

By day, Yolanda watches funny home videos from a show you grew up watching. By night, she watches plays and studies acting with Andrew Utter. When actually acting and not watching, Yolanda has appeared in productions of Hay Fever, The Bald Soprano, and The House of Bernarda Alba.

Uranium Madhouse’s Fantastic Four will ROCK YOU, this June, at Hollywood’s El Centro theater. Brace yourself! RAWRRRR!

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