Caitlin Morris is a current cast member of the New York Times Critic's Pick Drunk Shakespeare. New York: David Greenspan's The Things That Were There (upcoming; Bushwick Starr), New Saloon's Minor Character: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya... (UTR at The Public), the United Solo Festival (in a sold-out run of Gina Femia's Happily Never Ever), the 24 Hour Plays: Nationals, HERE Arts Center, Ars Nova ANT Fest, Dixon Place and Rattlestick's F*!cking Good Plays Festival. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival (workshop of Love's Labours Lost with Alex Timbers, Valley of Fear directed by Lila Neugebauer), Contemporary American Theatre Company, Arrow Rock Lyceum, and Parrish Art Museum (Kurt Vonnegut's Galapagos). BFA: Otterbein University. Short Films: 3mm Films' Borrowed Time and Musical Chairs. Caitlin is also the co-creator/producer/star of the award-winning web series, Sublets - -

Gloria Muñoz

Gloria Muñoz earned a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA from the University of South Florida. Her past experiences include teaching college-level creative writing and composition in the US, co-directing outreach programs with nonprofits serving low-income first generation college students and their families and teaching playwriting at an NGO in India. Gloria's writing and translations have been honored by the Estelle J. Zbar Poetry Prize, the Bettye Newman Poetry Award, the New York Summer Writer’s Institute Fellowship, the Doris Duke Foundation, and the Think Small to Think Big Artist Grant. Her writing has appeared most recently in Dark Phrases, Acentos Review, The Brooklyn Review, SweetLit, The Best New Poets Anthology and Going Om: Real-Life Stories on and off the Yoga Mat. Gloria is also a founding member of Arts for a Cause, an artist collective that works on transdisciplinary social art projects.

Chanel waterhouse


Chanel is an actress with training from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC. You can catch her as a Momster on ID Network's Momsters: When Moms Go Bad. Chanel appeared in the short Zombied, alongside her son, August. She has been involved with short film projects with TKF Productions, performed at the Thespis Theatre Festival, particpated in several staged reading series with 3V Theatre, and made a debut in the short film, FRANKIE: Italian Roulette, at the Cannes Film Festival. During free moments, you can find Chanel with her husband and son, probably at the playground or watching Elmo. (Watch Chanel's reel here.)