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Chasing Mem'ries: A Different Kind of Musical Cast

  • Tyne Daly

    Tyne Daly as Victoria

    Ms. Daly is the mother of three adult children: Alisabeth, Kathryne and Alyxandra, and grandmother of four: Hana, Fynn, Poppy and Posy, with another “on the way.” She has been a professional actress for more than 50 years. She has appeared in Los Angeles at Mark Taper Forum, Actor’s Theatre Los Angeles, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Matrix Theatre and Geffen Playhouse, and has been honored with the Ovation Award. Her extensive television work earned 17 nominations and six Emmy Awards (Cagney & Lacey, Christie, Judging Amy). She most recently completed The Ballad of Buster Scruggs for the Coen Brothers on Netflix. Theatrical films include Zoot Suit, The Enforcer, Hello, My Name is Doris, Spider-Man: Homecoming and the soon to be released Basmati Blues and A Bread Factory I and II. Broadway: It Shoulda Been You (Tony Award nomination), Mothers and Sons, Master Class, Rabbit Hole (Tony Award nomination) and Gypsy (Tony Award). Hi-diddly-dee, the actor’s life for me.


  • Robert Forster

    Robert Forster as Franklin

    Robert’s roots in the theater date back to his Broadway debut in the 1965 two-hander, Mrs. Dally Has a Lover with Arlene Francis. He has worked on and off Broadway and on tour in classics such as A Streetcar Named Desire, Twelve Angry Men, The Glass Menagerie, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, as well as in the Pasadena Playhouse production of In the Moonlight Eddie. (None of them musicals.) Forster has appeared in more than 100 films including Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967), Medium Cool (‘68), The Stalking Moon, Alligator, The Descendants, Mulholland Drive and his Academy Award-nominated role of Max Cherry in Jackie Brown. (None of them musicals.) Television series include Banyon, Twin Peaks, Last Man Standing, Heroes, Karen Sisco and Breaking Bad. (Same – no musicals.) He claims to have subjected numerous directors and producers to singing auditions—“one more disastrous than the last!” He therefore thanks Josh Ravetch for reminding him that Rex Harrison spoke-sang his songs. He thanks Tyne Daly for her encouragement and for doing the heavy lifting. He thanks Scott Kradolfer for the many times they have shared a stage. And it comes as quite a surprise this late in the game that Robert will have his musical debut.


  • Scott Kradolfer

    Scott Kradolfer as Mason

    Scott Kradolfer is honored to be making his Geffen Playhouse debut in Chasing Mem’ries. Notable stage credits include Firefly Theater’s Unscreened series, Tom Stoppard’s On the Razzle, Amadeus, Light Sensitive, The Real Inspector Hound, One November Yankee and The Astronomer with Shirley Jones. His screen credits include House and General Hospital and the films Boost, Long Night’s Reprieve and 10:49. Often found gesticulating wildly while recording voice-overs, his best roles to date have been husband to his beautiful wife Amy and resident bedtime storyteller to their children Ella and Dutch. scottkradolfer.com.