Natalie Margolin (Jenny/Playwright) is a playwright, actress, improviser, and graduate of Kenyon College. Her play, The Power of Punctuation, was a New York Stage and Film Founders Award finalist, recipient of Kenyon College's James E. Michael Playwriting Award and the Thomas Turgeon Memorial Award. Upon her arrival to NYC, Natalie worked as a dramaturg for Lucy Alibar (Beasts of the Southern Wild) on Lucy's piece titled, Throw me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up, which was performed at both the 2014 Prelude Festival and the 2015 Under the Radar Festival. Natalie worked with producer Matthew Kagen at the Young Jean Lee Theatre Company, where she assisted with the 2014 production of Straight White Men. Natalie's short plays Lemons and Rugby have both been performed at Kenyon College. Her upcoming piece, Tutus, will appear at the Haven Theatre Company in Chicago this fall. Natalie most recently appeared in the NYC Fringe Festival playing the role of Ashley in the comedy Laugh Track, and in the webseries New Mayor of New York, playing the role of Laura. She resides in New York City where she continues to write and perform.
Elizabeth Gambal (Fran) is a New York based actor and aspiring producer. She majored in Drama at Kenyon College, and has been seen in various shows including Noises Off, Bachelorette, Pains of Youth, Dog Sees God, and the original production of The Power of Punctuation. She’s trained with the London Dramatic Academy, Stella Adler Studio, Atlantic Acting School, and Upright Citizens Brigade. She lives in Williamsburg and is currently working in television production. This is her New York theatrical debut.
Rebecca Frisch (Angie) is an actor and improvisor from Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from Kenyon College with a degree in theatre. Previous credits include How I Learned to Drive, Balm in Gilead, Cold Foot Laura, Macbeth, Lobby Hero, and the original production of The Power of Punctuation. She most recently has trained with The Atlantic Acting School and Upright Citizen's Brigade.