Susan Bott was last heard Off Broadway in Julie Kramer's "The Best of Everything" (New York Times Critic's Pick) and also in Amy Wilson's "Mother Load," voicing multiple character roles. Bott has performed in dozens of comedy clubs with Obie award-winning New George’s sketch group “Kinda Personal” and her own comedy duo "STEVE." She has studied and performed at Upright Citizens Brigade with the likes of Amy Pohler, Seth Morris and Lennon Parham. Bott is known for her television commercials and voice overs. You may have fast forwarded through her best work as Beth, the “dance cleaning” Swiffer lady or the Progresso “soup can talker” or that mom in pajamas who forgot Jack's cereal, to name a few, (BFA in action!).
Constance Zaytoun (Anna)
Constance Zaytoun performed in the world premiere of Moby Pomerance's Broken Hands. Other New York credits include Why We Have a Body, Seen by the Dog, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, The Piano Men, and Sex Lives of the Superheroes. She has also appeared as the face of several medications, specializing in schizophrenia with negative affect, and was type-cast as a robot woman in The Stepford Wives. With Purpleman Constance has produced the works of Carson Kreitzer, Deb Margolin, and Moby Pomerance. A graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, New York University, and CUNY Graduate Center, Constance has taught acting and theatre classes at NYU, Brooklyn College, Purchase College, and currently at Marymount Manhattan. She has written numerous publications, and with Marc Stuart Weitz, Constance co-authored the introduction, “What is a Good Play? Thoughts Across Centuries,” for The Playwright’s Workout, eds. Michael Bigelow Dixon and Liz Engelman (Smith & Kraus, 2009). She is certified in Fitzmaurice Voicework®. www.constancezaytoun.com.
Ken Barnett (Peter)
Ken Barnett has appeared on Broadway in Wonderful Town directed by Kathleen Marshall and in Julie Taymor's The Green Bird. His Off Broadway credits include February House at the Public, Manon/Sandra, La Ronde, Debbie Does Dallas, A Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden, and The Whore of Sheridan Square. Regionally, he has played leading roles in plays and musicals at the Pittsburgh Public Theater, Old Globe, Hartford Stage, Geffen Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum, the O'Neill, Long Wharf, Delaware Theatre Company, Prince Music Theatre, the Guthrie, and Paper Mill Playhouse. Film work includes Admission, People Like Us, Friends with Kids, Ira and Abby, and Puccini for Beginners; and for television: “Mad Men,” “In Plain Sight,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Entourage,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Monk,” and many commercials. A graduate of Wesleyan University, he has received two Connecticut Critics Circle Acting Awards and a Best Actor Award from NY Fringe Festival.