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  • Melanie Field

    Melanie Field as Laura

    Melanie Field will next be seen starring in Paramount Network’s Heathers (a reboot based on the 1988 cult classic film) as the vicious leader of the Heathers, “Heather Chandler.” The pitch-black comedy anthology series is set to premiere in 2018. A graduate of New York University and Yale School of Drama, Field started her career working on Broadway in shows including The Phantom of the Opera and Evita, as well as the first national tour of Wicked. Other television credits include the USA Network’s pilot The Tap, from Executive Producer Rob Reiner.


  • Vella Lovell

    Vella Lovell as Vanessa

    Vella Lovell is thrilled to be making her Geffen Playhouse debut. She can be seen on seasons one through three of the CW hit show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Other television credits are HBO’s Girls and TV Land’s Younger. Lovell can be seen in the Academy Award-nominated film The Big Sick and the upcoming films The Christmas Chronicles and The Speed of Life. Theater: Amy Herzog’s Mary Jane at Yale Repertory Theatre, The Bacchae at The Delacorte Theater, Kaspar Hauser at The Flea Theater, Streetcar Named Desire at Williamstown Theatre Festival. Graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and The Juilliard School.


  • Preston Martin

    Preston Martin as Zach/Evan/Roger

    Preston Martin is thrilled to be making his West Coast debut at the Geffen Playhouse. Martin has performed and directed in nine countries and in more than fifty venues across New York City, including the Public Theater, La MaMa and Lincoln Center Theater. Select theater credits: Miranda Priestly in Streepshow!, Far From Heaven directed by Michael Greif, Josh Conkel’s I Wanna Destroy You, PS Jones and the Frozen City by Tony Award-nominee Robert Askins and The Conspirators opposite Kathleen Turner. Film: The Rest of Us (produced by Mary Stuart Masterson), Om City (TriBeCa Film Festival), Better to Live (TriBeCa Film Festival). Participant of Williamstown Theatre Festival and Old Vic New Voices US/UK Exchange. Director of The Reality Show: NYU (NYC, Abu Dhabi, Shanghai). www.prestonmartin.com


  • Keilly McQuail

    Keilly McQuail as Kiki

    Off-Broadway: Her Requiem (LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater), You Got Older (Page 73). Regional: Bad Jews at Long Wharf Theatre (CT Critics Circle Award). Other recent theater: Of Government (Clubbed Thumb), Half Moon Bay (Cherry Lane Theatre, Lesser America), Heartbreak (Bushwick Starr), Preston Sturges’ Strictly Dishonorable (The Flea Theater). Film: Dish, Like Father, That Smell, Tasmania, Not Fade Away. Television: Jessica Jones, Odd Mom Out, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Younger, The Affair, Are We There Yet? Member of the Ensemble Studio Theater. Education: NYU Tisch School of the Arts and the Atlantic Theater Company.


  • John Garet Stoker

    John Garet Stoker as Will/Conrad/Tony

    John Garet is excited to make his West Coast stage debut at the Geffen Playhouse. On television, he can next be seen in the upcoming season of CBS’s Code Black. Previously, he starred on the MTV series Eye Candy. Stoker graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.F.A. in Acting. His college theater credits include The Crucible (Hale), As You Like It (Jacques) and Three Sisters (Tuzenbach).


  • Concetta Tomei

    Concetta Tomei as Helene Berman

    Concetta Tomei’s Broadway credits include: Cyrano (opposite Kevin Kline), The Elephant Man (opposite David Bowie), Noises Off and Goodbye Fidel. Lincoln Center Theater: The Clean House. Public Theater: The Normal Heart (original cast, opposite Brad Davis), Richard III (New York Shakespeare Festival’s Bayfield Award), Fen and A Private View. Other New York credits include: Tommy Tune’s Cloud Nine (original cast), Nora Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore, James Lescene’s Mother of Invention, Naomi Wallace’s One Flea Spare. Regional theater: Houston’s Alley Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, Mark Taper Forum. Film credits include: Deep Impact, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Out To Sea, The Muse and View From the Top. Television: Providence, China Beach, Veep, The Mick, King of Queens, Weeds, Nip/Tuck, Necessary Roughness, Murphy Brown and more than fifty other roles. Tomei is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin (Madison) and Chicago’s Goodman School of Drama (Sarah Siddons Award).


  • Will Von Vogt

    Will Von Vogt as Jordan Berman

    Will Von Vogt is thrilled to be making his Geffen Playhouse debut. Favorite credits include Prior in Angels in America, Shen Te/Shui Ta in Brecht’s Good Person of Szechwan, Rudy in Bent and NBC’s Chicago Fire. He is a producer and curator of Salonathon, a weekly performance series running for more than six years. He is currently developing a musical web series, TBD, about the charms and quirks of being a homosexual trying their best in this world. To learn more, check out www.willvonvogt.com.