AUSTIN ARCHER* (Max) A Salt Lake native, Austin currently resides in LA, previous PTC credits: A Few Good Men, Much Ado About Nothing, The Rocky Horror Show, Spelling Bee, Newsies! Previous Play-by-Play credits: Mr. Wheeler’s, The Fifth Estate. Austin has acted all over the country on the stage and on all manner of screens. Currently he makes internet content full time for TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube where he has over 1.2 million subscribers across platforms. You can follow him most places @yourpal_austin, or on YouTube simply as “Austin Archer”. www.austin-archer.com
TOBIN ATKINSON* (Roy) Tobin is the co-founder of Plan B Theatre and Meat & Potato Theatre companies. He has appeared in several productions at PTC, Utah Shakespeare Festival, SLAC, Asolo (FL), and Studio (DC).
ANNIE HENK* (Laney) Regional: Enfrascada (Renaissance Theaterworks, Milwaukee, WI) Adriana Sevahn’s one-woman show Taking Flight and Gladys in the Cook (Stages Repertory Theatre, Houston, TX). NYC: Purple Rep, Red Fern, ReEntry with American Records, Clubbed Thumb, INTAR, Mabou Mines, Nibras, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Resonance Ensemble, Foundry Theater, Working Theater, New Georges, Collaboration Town, and 52nd Street Project. Film/Web: That’s What She Said, White, East WillyB, Thin Air, Entre Nos. Narration: Starbound, The Madonnas of Echo Park, Sunstroke, How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents, and others.
KYMBERLY MELLEN* (Chelsea) returns to Pioneer Theater Company after previously appearing in Deathtrap, Emma, and Cabaret. In addition to commercials, industrials, voice-overs, and narrated books, Kymberly has been seen in several seasons of the Utah Shakespeare Festival as Titania, Lady Macbeth, Beatrice, Mdm. Thenardier, Gertrude, etc. Regional directing credits include Sundance Summer Theatre, Hale Orem Center Theater, Utah Shakespeare Festival, and Okoboji Summer Theatre. Regional performances include shows at TimeLine Theatre, Writers Theatre, Court Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, and Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre. Utah audiences may recognize her from the current Book of Mormon Video Series (Sariah) and films The Cokeville Miracle, Just Let Go, and The Unborn. A two-time Chicago Jeff award winner, Kymberly Mellen is currently an Assistant Professor at UNLV in Las Vegas.
*Member of the Actors’ Equity Association