Jonathan Weirich (Fitz) is an actor and filmmaker living in New York City.  His credits can be found on the websites www.jonathanweirich.com and www.jakelegfilms.com

Rodney E. Reyes (Jack) is a playwright, actor, and director. He is a founding member and a co-artistic director of Cuchipinoy Productions, a theatre company based in New York City.

Daryl Denner (Trevor) has been Acting in NYC for over 8 years. Since then he has produced and starred in a number of Off-Off Broadway plays and also had parts in independent films and student films. Last year Daryl wrote his first full length play called "Love Story" which made its NYC debut the Summer of 2009 . Daryl is also one of the founding members of the production company Broadway TV Sitcoms, which he formed with his good friend Steven Williams.


First Appearance:

Episode 1 “Sex And The Beach”

Phil Wells (Brendan) is an actor and writer working primarily at the People's Improv Theater in Manhattan.  He began studying improvisation in the year 1999 and has performed at improv theaters and festivals all over the American northeast.  He has studied with Alan Arkin, Ali Faranahkian, and Matt Donnelly. Phil's first book, Try the Veal, is a collection of essays, poems, and short plays collected as an anthology of his works previously published on the Internet.  All royalties from that book are donated to the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.  Follow him on Twitter @thephilwells.


First Appearance:

Episode 3 “Whose Whine Is It Anyway”

Eileen Gaughan (Showcase Producer) was last seen on stage in Louis LaRusso’s ”The Flora Dora’s Weekly Woman’s Sewing Circle” as Big Dee, with_gaia , a women’s collective in Jersey City, NJ performed at Monroe Center, Hoboken, NJ. She is a member of JCity Theater Company, Jersey City, NJ and was last seen as Dr. Ann Ross in Mark St. Germaine’s “The God Committee” at The Underground Theater. Her summer was spent involved with “Anonymous” by Rodney Reyes a one act play part of Planet Connections Festival in NYC. Eileen is thankful for this great opportunity to work on Places Please and share this opportunity with such great talent! Beanbag106@yahoo.com


First Appearance:

Episode 2 “Showcase Yourself”

Gus Ibranyi (Brian) a member of Apricot Sky Productions appeared in Two Left Feet and The Wrong Line, Old Fashion Dating and Terminal. Favorite roles include: Benjamin in The Graduate, Richard Loeb in Never the Sinner, Paul in Barefoot in the Park, and Mitchell Green in The Little Dog Laughed. Here's to the one's who do everything right but can't do anything right.


First Appearance:

Episode 2 “Showcase Yourself”

Jason Ongoco (Mike) studied acting at the Gushee Anania Studio in NYC.  The acting bug bit him when he was 3 years old, while watching Charlie Chaplin films shown from the movie projector.


His credits include the Sopranos,  Onion News Network, and Threat which can be rented from Netflix.  He continues to hone his acting craft at HB Studio having recently taken a class with Austin Pendleton.


He was born in the Philippines and grew up in NJ.


First Appearance:

Episode 2 “Showcase Yourself”

Rachel Skrod (Emmy) is an actor, writer, producer and director for Places Please. She is a member of Apricot Sky & Cuchipinoy Productions. Some credits include: Pack Your Stuff & Leave, Rewind, String, The Tempest, The War At Dawn, Wait Until Dark, and Who Am I. She currently resides in the East Village.

Nancy Pagan (Cammy) is an Actor, Writer and Producer…having produced and star in a one woman show called “Peeling the Layers” she has gone on to star in off-off Broadway shows…”12 Angry Women, Dancing Democrats and Radioactive Republicans and The Extremist.

Excited that there is another medium to explore, she is focusing more on viral videos.

First Appearance:
Episode 2 “Showcase Yourself”

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