February 11th, 2019 - UBC Screenwriter's Episode

Cast
Narrator
Finn McKain 
(Male, 16, any ethnicity) - Looks 13 years old and is very insecure, suffering from social anxiety. He comes from a farm outside a small town in the UK. He is naturally inward-looking and generally reticent, preferring to keep his head down and skate. He has a sweet nature. (If an English accent is adopted, be aware that he working/middle class, not posh!)

Tess (Female, 7, any ethnicity) - Tess is 7 going on 37. She does not suffer fools lightly. She is tough as nails and knows her own mind; fearless and bossy rather than manipulative. Her one weakness is Toad (her "Totally Awesome Oral Device".) Toad is basically an old soother with a blankie tied to it. This refusal to give up her baby soother is one of the reasons she can remain so strong to the outside world. She has promised her mum she will give it up when she turns 8, or when all her front teeth come out, whichever happens first. Canadian.

Isobel (Female, early 40’s, any ethnicity) - Finn’s mum. Quiet strength. She used to be a champion skateboarder in her own right. She’s worried for her son, but would never dream of fussing over him.

UK Announcer (Male, any age, any ethnicity) - Expert skateboarder with all the lingo. He knows he's cool.

Alana (Female, 18, any ethnicity) - Finn's big sister. Sarcastic and unhelpful. She thinks Finn is a loser.

Will (Male, 16, any ethnicity) - Skateboarder who thinks he is hot shit - and it's true, he's a pretty good skateboarder. He's Finn's frenemy - an extrovert who likes to make fun of Finn behind his back.

Charlie ( Female, 16, any ethnicity) - Charlie also thinks a lot of herself. She's smart, sly, sweet on the surface and manipulative underneath.

Canada Airport Announcer (Male or female, adult, any ethnicity) - Bland.

Natasha (Female, late 30s, any ethnicity) - Tess's mum. She is stressed from working too many hours and having to look after Tess while her husband is away battling forest fires. Always juggling mental tasks.

Immigration Officer (Male or female, adult, any ethnicity) - Bored.

The Apartment
BY: Izzy Laird
TV Series, Pilot Episode

Cast
Narrator

Teddy Moretti (Female, 25, any ethnicity) - Recently fired from her communications job and then dumped by 7-year boyfriend, Teddy is back home and floundering. She wants friends and a purpose, but doesn’t realize that she needs to know herself better, first. She's become overly dependent on others – mostly Moosa. She wants to do her best and is willing to try anything, which leads others such as Miriam, to takes advantage. Despite being fired, Teddy is excellent at communications, advertising, and marketing.

David Moretti (Male, 65, any ethnicity) - Big, funny and warm. David was born to be a dad. He believes that if his children can be successful in the world by themselves, then he’s done his job well. David wants all three of his children to find their own version of success. Diagnosed a few years ago with myeloma, a form of blood cancer, he is unable to be fully there for his children, which hurts him more deeply than they know. David was married to Teddy’s mother, Gale, for 10 years, until their divorced because of David’s stubbornness and unwillingness to travel. David then married Heidi when Teddy was 10, and had Hugo and Frederica in quick succession after the wedding. David divorced Heidi after she cheated on him 4 years into their marriage. He hasn’t been with anyone since.

Hugo Moretti (Male, 16, any ethnicity) - Hugo is a broody teen. When he was younger, he and Teddy got along really well, but now he resents the fact that she never came home to see him while working as ad exec – their relationship is going to be difficult for Teddy to salvage. He’s spontaneous and loyal, but once that loyalty breaks, he’s out for revenge. Hugo feels stuck in the building – he’s a teenager with too little privacy, and nowhere to release his wild energy.

Frederica Moretti (Female, 15, any ethnicity) - Frederica looks up to her older brother Hugo a lot, and to a lesser degree, to her older sister Teddy. Frederica is fun, curious, kind, and naive. As the youngest sibling, she enthusiastically fills the classic “instigator of play” role.

Moosa Najjar (Male, 32, Scottish/Lebanese-Canadian) - Moosa wants to be the most innovative architect in Canada. There has been one standard style of multi-functional building across Canada in recent years, but he wants to design a new and improved version. He also wants to raise his son Naim as best he can. Moosa embraces both his Scottish and Lebanese-Canadian cultures. He is idealistic, caring, and thoughtful, but can also get too caught up in his own ideas to listen to anybody else. This tendency led to a divorce with his wife Salma, and it still occasionally hinders his relationship with Naim.

Naim Najjar (Male, 10, Scottish/Lebanese-Canadian) - Naim is Moosa and Salma’s only son. Following parents’ divorce, Naim has grown increasingly eager to avoid conflict, and doesn’t want to disappoint anyone. Naim is just as resourceful and creative as his dad, and wants to prove it, even if Moosa doesn’t always pay enough attention. He doesn’t have a lot of friends his own age, because he’s often caught up in his own world of video games and 3D designs. Naim is caught between acting like an adult and a kid, and while he often likes to appear grown-up, he’s too scared of change to really spread his wings.

Jonathan (Male, 55, any ethnicity) - Moosa’s boss. Jonathan is your best friend in an unfair system, but he won’t change the system for you. He’s on Moosa’s side, but he won’t step out of line from the mainstream norms of the building. Jonathan is charming, frank, handsome, and aggravatingly hard to dislike.

Marvin (Male, any age, any ethnicity) - The artificial intelligence units called Marvins are installed on every floor and serve the people of the building, while upholding federal and provincial laws (using only gentle reprimands, since they are incapable of using physical force against humans). Marvin wants nothing more than to make your day better, any way he can, and is often perplexed by Miriam’s attempts to subvert his various systems. Marvins are not quite self-aware, yet, though many people speculate and spread rumours that they might be.

Miriam Blair (Female, 15, any ethnicity) - Miriam is a hacker and self-described “cyberpunk quasi-anarchist.” Home schooled and sequestered away in her apartment, she does everything she can to veer outside of her sheltered lifestyle. Her parents, while loving, don’t give her enough room to grow, indulging only her love of gardening – Miriam loves plants because they have evolved to survive any climate, something she hopes to achieve one day. She fears that her face and personal information is being stored in Marvin’s surveillance systems without her consent, without her ability to control how she is perceived. She’s about to become an adult, but has no experience in the real world, and struggles between self-reliance and a need for belonging.

Frances Blair (Female, 86, any ethnicity) - Frances Blair decided to have children at 70 years old, because she’s a late bloomer, and was only ready to do so once she had retired. Medical technology has advanced far enough that Frances was able to actually give birth to Miriam, rather than adopting or using a surrogate. After Miriam’s birth, Frances begins to feel the fast pace of the world once again, and fears that she’s falling behind. She doesn’t want Miriam to be caught up in adulthood too soon, before she’s ready, because when Frances first entered the work force, she was somewhat broken by the harshness of the world. George has been her best friend and life partner for 36 years.

George Blair (Male, 89, any ethnicity) - For much of his life, George created video games and was CEO of a huge gaming corporation called HUP. He made one of the most popular games in recent history, Big Society, an MMORPG in which players compete by building virtual cities. He was married once before his marriage to Frances, to a man who didn’t want children. For much of his life, George didn’t want children either, but in his 40s, he realized he wanted to help raise a new generation to make the world a better place. He divorced his husband, and met Frances soon after. Ever since, George can’t believe his luck; he gets to share his life with such a wonderful pair of people.

January 30, 2017 - UBC Screenwriter's Episode

Like A Thief In The Night by Kyle D'Odorico (Vancouver)

  • Narrator - Janet Glassford

  • Holly - Aleita Northey

  • Michael - Riaan Smit

  • Davinder/Doctor - Dominic Fugere

  • Adam/Teenage Nobody - Elijah Silva

  • Father Kilpatrick/Rory - Fred Keating

  • Mary/Joan - Lori Triolo

  • Yanna/Emma/Pub Girl - Mona Hassanien

  • Siobhan/Laura - Katherine Wortley

Peace And The Good by Merrell-Ann S. Phase (Winnipeg)

  • Narrator - Julie Boersema

  • Therese/Old Therese - Allyson Grant

  • Father Superior/Male Tourist/Ken/Johnny - Scott McGrath

  • Sebastian - Jonathan Reiswig

  • Baby Paulette/Paulette/Hester/Girl - Corina Bizim

  • Senior Priest/Principal/Chief - Garth Barriere

  • Michael/Random Kid 2 - Brendan Taylor

  • Samaritan/William Commanda/Friend #1 - Dave Campbell

  • Mary/Female Reporter/Random Kid 1 - Amanda Prasow

Bees Are Dying by Michael Glassbourg (Toronto)

  • Narrator - Lisa Michelle

  • Jordan - Daniel Diemer

  • Monica - Maria J. Cruz

  • Rudy - Todd Dulmage

  • Sarah/Mary Jo/Kiki/Inge - Jayde Randle

  • Interested Woman/Crystal - Jessica Fernandes

  • Evelyn - Nikki Bryce

  • Ziggy/Kirby - Kyal Scott

  • Ernie/Jon/Pete/Man Who Has Been Listening/George - Angelo Renai

  • Orville/Rubicoff - David C. Jones

  • Scott/Dr. Kirsch - Bill McNaughton

Edu.Kate by Peter Lockyer (New York)

  • Narrator - Colin Spears

  • Kate - Patti Kim

  • Mark/Bartender - Victor Ayala

  • John Fisher - Brendan Taylor

  • Carter/Luis - Evan Sudds

  • Angie - Jen Laporte

  • Esi/Barbara - Kimberley Ndlovu

  • Preston/Marcus/Keith - Blaine Anderson

  • Sam Salinger - Shaun Fry

 

November 14 - Short Play Challenge Episode

Kidnappees by Annahis Basmadjian

  • Narrator - Laura MacDonald
  • Robert - Shaun Fry
  • Sabel - Kenneth Tynan

Vitus Vinum by Colette Nichol

  • Narrator - Ashley MacAndrew 
  • Claudia - Janet Glassford
  • Detective Johnson - Michael MacKinnon
  • Helen - Lori Triolo
  • Angela - Allyson Grant

For The Record by Raul Inglis

  • Narrator - Morgan Smith
  • Woman - Sidika Larbes
  • Mother - Ashley Alexander
  • Father - Chris Cope 

 

September 19 - Hot Shot Shorts Episode

The Finale by Michael Klemak, Michael Antonakos, Tara Antonakos

  • Narrator - Jane Craven
  • Deputy Hutton - Michael Klemak
  • Lincoln Carter - Jay Hindle
  • Johnny Strange - Michael Antonakos

I Don't Have A Brother by Daniel Arnold, Gary Harvey

  • Narrator - Ian Greenwell 
  • Jay and Jonah - Daniel Arnold
  • Shauna - Ashleigh Davidson 
  • Damion - Michael Lyons
  • Worker - James Dolby
  • Nurse - Sangeeta Wylie
  • Booker - James Rha

Send Us Smokes by Anaisa Visser

  • Narrator - Dimitri Vantis
  • Woman - Alicia Bernbaum
  • Other Woman - Tiffany Rice
  • Lucille - Allyson Grant
  • Adelaide - Ashley Alexander
  • Mr. Roberts - Jason Logan
  • Frank - Heath Whitelock

The Hitler by Andrew Rowe

  • Narrator - Lori Triolo
  • Alan - Brendan Taylor
  • Kevin - Peter Ciuffa
  • Victor - Angelo Renai
  • Vicky - Debbie Bridge
  • Felix - Adrian Neblett
  • Maya - Stephanie Halber
  • Cashier - Lana Muirhead
  • Male Voice - Erik Athavale

A Typical Fairytale by Jessica McLeod

  • Narrator - Lawrence Le Lam
  • The Narrator - Deb Sears
  • Sherry - Annette Reilly
  • Larry - Luke Purm
  • Woman - Janet Glassford
  • Princess/Prince - Katherine Wortley

 

September 12, 2016

DOROTHY QUINN by Martin Gisby

  • Narrator - Janet Glassford 
  • Dorothy Quinn - Allyson Grant
  • Sophie Porter - Corey Woods
  • GPS Voice/Polly Tetch/Kati - Ashley Alexander
  • Kostas Tsolakidis - Gabriel Carter
  • Dorian Quinn - Ian Greenwell
  • Trevor - A.J. Birtwistle
  • John Lorne/Old Man - Erik Athavale
  • General Jeb Matthews/Drone Pilot/Kira - Tyson Laidler
  • Biker/Carl/Phil/Shane - Simon Arblaster
  • Azra - Lorraine Mochrie 
  • Damian Quinn/Commander - Bill McNaughton


ANIMAL by Carl Haeger

  • Narrator: Lori Triolo
  • Harry - Bill McNaughton
  • Rebecca - Max Chadburn
  • News Anchor/Answering Machine - Naomi Levi
  • Mac - Eric Athavale
  • Monica - Krista Magnusson
  • Duncan Armstrong - Colin Spears
  • Ruby Gillespie - Lana Muirhead 
  • Marcus - Andrew McKeachie
     

Musician: Royal www.royalofficial.com

 

Season 23, Episode 1, January 11th

CRS Season 23, Episode 1, January 11th

 

Gorsky by Anita McGee

  • Narrator – Garth Barriere
  • Neil Armstrong – Brad Bonnell
  • Teacher – Lorraine Mochrie
  • Mrs. Gorsky – Vonnie Bennetto
  • Mr. Gorsky – Dave Campbell
  • Mary – Linda Darlowe
  • Jane – Deb Sears
  • Jennifer – April Telek
  • David – Cameron Grierson
  • Boy 2 – Brayden Handcock

 

Abraham’s Wives by Myles Murchison

  • Hajar – Flora Karas, Sangeeta Wylie, Parveen Dosanjh, Selina Williams, Coco Roberge
  • Mother –
  • Sarai and Sarah – Iris Paluly
  • Angel – Andrea Ware
  • Narrator – Larissa Thompson

 

Adulthood by Sam Mcneil

 

  • Ezra – Sasja Towe
  • Freddie – Riaan Smit
  • Greta – Laura MacDonald
  • Hudson – Luke Purm
  • Trish – Amanda McEwan
  • Paul –  Gus Khosrowkhani
  • Reed – Angelo Renai
  • Lily – Janet Walmsley
  • Jake and Hudson – Peter Gray
  • Sawyer – Michael Demski
  • Leering Man – Chris Hart
  • Narrator – Janet Glasford

Season 22, Episode 6, November 9th 2015

 

CRS Season 22, Episode 6, November 9th, 2015

Coupled

By Kristina Zelic

  • Narrator – Linda Darlow
  • Naomi – Aleita Northey
  • Ben – Brendan Taylor
  • Gabe – Marty Hallat
  • Abby – Stephanie Halber
  • Sage – Sara Vickruck
  • Vera/Mrs. Sheldon – Erikka Griffiths-Keam
  • Mr. Belekov/the Bouncer – Jason Day
  • Joshua – Shaun Fry
  • Saul Duplasse – Kris McRonney
  • Derek – Chris Scheuerman
  • Melissa – Zoe Fraser

 

ESC

By Gabriel Hansen, Mallory Gibson, Ian Craig Walker

 

  • Narrator – Maria Cruz
  • Babette – Deborah Finkel
  • Tex – Tyson Laidler
  • Wayne – Angelo Renai
  • Edie – Dana Stoutenburg

 

The Candy Ransom

By Ryan Degenstein

 

  • Narrator – Janet Glassford
  • Zeke – Aaron Hutchinson
  • Corinne – Therés Amee
  • Mr. Englehardt/Register Attendant/DJ Riff Rabble – Kwasi Thomas
  • Ms. Drysdale – Lorraine Mochrie
  • Rita – Alex Testani
  • Duke/Random Student – Evan Moyer
  • Spense – Kenneth Tynan
  • Art – David Campbell
  • Cooney – Byron Bertram
  • Richard – McKenzie Grey

Season 22, Episode 5, Sept 15th, 2015

 

CRS Season 22, Episode 5, Sept 15th, 2015

My Stupid Libido 

By Mel DuPont

 

  • Narrator – Janet Glassford
  • Jenn – Julie Lynn Mortensen
  • Muscleman / Corby – Blaine Anderson
  • Paxton – Dave Campbell
  • Queenie – Maria Cruz
  • Sal – Henry Mah
  • Aaron – Andy Canete
  • Theo – Chris Cope
  • Gary – Gus Khosrowkhani
  • Bel – Sidika Larbes
  • Mrs. Henderson – Ita Margalit

 

Klondike Kalahari

By Lulu Keating

 

  • Narrator – Ken Hegan
  • Acacia Ngolo – Megan Danso
  • Stanley Ngolo – Bill Croft
  • Gilbert / Pecker Pole Paul – David Lloydy
  • Katrina Bromski / Lucy – Alexis Kellum-Creer
  • Lonnie / Caveman Bill – Robert Chomiak
  • Hussy – Carmen Moore
  • Cashier / Young Drunk – Jeff Wallace
  • Sophia – Frances Flanagan
  • Daisy / Old Drunk – Deb Sears
  • Russell – John Meadows

 

Evolving Script Challenge

By David Lewis, Angelo Renai, Mona Hassanien

 

  • Narrator – Kristy Fielding
  • Nyeema – Stephanie Halber
  • Hunter / Voice – Dustin MacDougall
  • Gavin – Sebastian Bertoli
  • Waiter – Gus Khosrowkhani

Season 22, Episode 4, Hot Shot Shorts, August 24th, 2015

 

CRS Season 22, Episode 4, HOT SHOTS SHORTS, August 24th, 2015

A Time to Travel
Written By Chad Costen

  • Narrator – Stevie Jackson
  • Arnold’s Mother – Naomi Rouleau
  • Benjamin Atropo – Dan Willmott
  • Mary – Liz Wallace
  • Past Arnold – Brendan Taylor
  • Future Arnold – John Prowse

Counter Act

Written By The Affolter Bros.

  • Narrator – Linda Darlow
  • Alice Adams – Aleita Northey
  • Cooper – Tyler Bogdanek
  • Beatrice – Victoria Bidewell
  • Mary Davis – Sangeeta Wylie
  • Ray Ellis – Michael Kruse-Dahl
  • Jimmy Grant – Sean Tyson
  • Old Lady – Jacqueline Robbins
  • Richie – Luke Purm
  • Jenny – Natalie Farrow
  • Tom – Jason Logan

Just Words

Written By Ryan Bright

  • Narrator – Colin Speir
  • Narrator V/O – Adam Abrams
  • Mike – John Moutray
  • Jacob/Brad – Carlo Yu
  • Young Samantha/Older Samantha – Janessa O’Hearn
  • Mother/Katherine – Ariana McGregor
  • Megan/Young Woman – Corey Woods
  • Victoria – Julie Boersema
  • Young Zachary/Older Zachary – Aaron Hutchinson
  • Priest/Greg – Alex Ziemianski
  • Sloppy Dressed Man – James Head

A-51

Written By Donald Altamarino

  • Narrator – Peter Ciuffa
  • Peter – Ken Tynan
  • Jen – Ashley Alexander
  • Man 1 – Angelo Renai
  • Man 2/Thaddeus – Bill Croft

The Idea Factory

Written ByCarol Phiniotis

  • Narrator – Bronwen Smith
  • Jacob – Jeremy Raymond
  • Solarin – Iris Paluly
  • Helena – Janet Walmsley
  • Douglas – Garth Barriere
  • Jess – Linda Watters

Trying

Written By Shauna Johanesson

  • Narrator – Janet Glassford
  • Ellie – Rebecca DeBoer
  • Steve – Patrick Gilmore
  • Claire – Olesia Shewchuk
  • Darren – Scott Black
  • Stacy – Quynh Mi
  • Fran/Dr. Karen Sayed – Joyce Robbins
  • Mark – Blaine Anderson
  • Erin – Allie Pev
  • Caitlyn – Tawny Fontana
  • Clerk – Lorraine Mochrie

Music by Erin Aubrey

Season 22, Episode 2, August 10th

CRS Season 22, Episode 3, August 10th, 2015

Aussie Rules by John Meadows, Andre Jacquemetton, Maria Jacquemetton

  • Carol Ann – Jessie Fraser
  • Amber – Ashley Alexander
  • Leslie – Mandy Rushton
  • Mick – Robert Maloney
  • Farooq –  Gus Khosrowkhani
  • Audrey – Julia Bradshaw
  • Jess – Lisa Michelle
  • Wade – Jay Clift
  • Narrator – Janet Glassford

 

Not True Love by Carolynne Ciceri

  • Teresa Jeffries – Lisa Durupt
  • Hank/Tim Jeffries – David Leseur
  • Caesar/Tug Crowley – David Lewis
  • Stefana/Alison Trimble – Brigitte Drescher
  • Heidi/Carmen – Sidika Larbes
  • Lola Hicks/Candy – Trish Allen
  • Elliot MacDonnell – Luke Purm
  • Giovanni/Abel – Dave Campbell
  • Fraser Sharpe – Chris Scheuerman
  • Madeline Du Charme – Deborah Ramsay
  • Narrator – Aleita Northey

 

The Evolving Script Challenge by Michael Nevada, Karen Sawatzky, and Erin Aubrey

  • Kara – Julie Lynn Mortenson
  • Meg – Allie Pev
  • PA System & Pa Jim – Kurtis Maguire
  • Derek – Alex Rose
  • Sheila – YJ Chang
  • Narrator – Stephanie Halber

Music by Mark Martyre

Season 22, Episode 2, July 13th, 2015

 

CRS Season 22, Episode 2, July 13th, 2015

Amy Hates Christmas by Sara Bynoe

  • Amy – France Perras
  • Radio Announcer/Administrative Assistant – Zachary Gulka
  • Barista/Announcer –  Andrew McKenzie
  • Jen – Donna Soares
  • Coco – Jane Hancock
  • Boss – Peter Ciuffa
  • Homeless Man/Josh/Jack – Luke Purm
  • Beth – Colleen Byberg
  • Chris – Sean Anthony
  • Molly/Woman In Parking Lot – Zelda Coertze
  • Bootcamp Instructor – Jeremy Raymond
  • Narrator – Liz Bell

Agatha Mid-March by Kristina H. Zelic

  • Agatha March – Janet Glassford
  • Lorraine Dupris – Nita Bowerman
  • Clarice –  Brendee Green
  • Suave Bartender – Jacob Woike
  • Nemrie March –  Olesia Shewchuk
  • Emma – Deborah Merrick
  • Nathan Pheller – Thomas Saunders
  • Maria Lesposo – Alexandra Wilson
  • Maude Oliver – Krista Magnusson
  • Narrator – Dimitri Vantis

Evolving Script Challenge by John Meadows, Lawrence Le Lam, and Cody Kearsley

  • Mary – Agnes Tong
  • Man/Alastor – Dave Campbell
  • Cheebo – John Moutray
  • Michael – Carlo Marks
  • Narrator – Coco Roberge

Season 22, Episode 1, June 8th, 2015

 

CRS Season 22, Episode 1, June 8th, 2015

Goners by Ken Hegan

  • Narrator – Janet Glassford
  • Matt Hale – David Lewis
  • Rachel – Tawny Fontana
  • Dylan Hale – Aaron Hutchinson
  • Bungee Expert/Rough Tough Fisherman/Southern Talk Radio Host – John Moutray
  • Frat Brat/Larry/TMZ Reporter/Snappily Dressed Guy – Craig Giles
  • Drunk Buddy/Reporter/Giraffe Mascot – Josh Graham
  • Drunker Buddy/Reporter/Chubby Shopkeeper – Kurtis Maguire
  • Anne/Grace/Desk Nurse/Waitress – Victoria Bidewell
  • Wilson/Harry – David Secunda
  • Reilly/Zombie Guy – Stephen Braun
  • TV Newscaster/Elizabeth – Deborah Ramsay

Agatha Mid-March by Kristina H. Zelic

  • Narrator – Mariel Kathryn Hunter
  • Agatha March – P.Lynn Johnson
  • Maria Lespos – Maria Cruz
  • Claudia Shriver – Linda Darlow
  • Juan –
  • Suave Bartender/Officer Stanley – Thomas Gasior
  • Maude Oliver –
  • Nemrie March / Woman 2 – Erin Aubrey
  • Emma / Woman 1 – Hilary Stephenson
  • Officer Dan – Cody Kearsley
  • Nathan Pheller – John Prowse

Pura Vida by Brandon Norman

  • Narrator – Amanda Burke
  • Hank Desilva – Shaughnessy Redden
  • Jeb Brunson – Angelo Renai
  • Debbie Brunson – Carmen Moore
  • Ramon Garcia – Jeremy Raymond
  • Ignacio – Gus Khosrowkhani
  • Maria/Senna –Rhona Rees
  • Jesse Torres – Luke Purm
  • Yasmina Diego – Stephanie Halber
  • Petro – Peter Ciuffa

Season 21, Episode 1, June 2nd, 2014

 

CRS Season 21, Episode 1 June 2, 2014:

Next of Kin by Jeremy Leroux

  • Rebecca – Sydney Doberstein
  • Josh – Peter Ciuffa
  • Sarah/Co-worker – Krista Magnusson
  • Ron – Dimitri Vantis
  • Leyla – Bronwen Smith
  • Homeless Man/Officer #1 – Rob
  • Young Officer/Dan – James Head
  • Sergeant/Figure – John Prowse
  • Mama Gina – Mary Black
  • Narrator – Jane Craven
  • Bartender/Officer #2 – Kevin

The Boom Box by Mauri Bernstein and Kevin B. Barron

  • Lametti – Dave Campbell
  • Julie – Kendra Anderson
  • Rosie – Natasha Quirke
  • Gretchen – Lily Zarif
  • Alien – Zlatco Stipic
  • Narrator – Amanda Burke

The Second Last Man on Earth by Jordan Hall

  • Andrew – Laird James Reghenas
  • Maddy – Stevie Jackson
  • Jackson – Johnny Gingell
  • Narrator – Blaine Anderson

Music by Leora Joy and Scott Perrie of Winsome Kind