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Katie, Kea Trevett
Sam, Jordan Randolph
Todd, Alfredo Guzman
Todd's Assistant, Marie Zoumanigui
Bette, Christine Suero

Cara, Shauna Blaize
Mom, Carol Biaggi
Brian, Greg Pragel
Old Man, Joe Harkins


Kea Trevett, Katie ( lead)

Kea Trevett is an actress and theater artist based in New York City. Born and raised in Midtown Manhattan, she completed her undergraduate degree in Theater Studies and Creative Writing at NYU, and holds an MFA in Acting from Columbia University School of the Arts. Kea is a core ensemble member of The Lonely Painter Project, and a teaching artist with Classic Stage Company.

Theater credits include Othello, directed by Tyne Rafaeli at Classic Stage Company (Desdemona), the world premiere production of Antigone in the World, directed by Gregory Mosher (Ismene), and A Tale Told By An Idiot, an adaptation of Macbethfor young audiences, at Lincoln Center. Kea's most recent credits include the premiere production of Last Night in Inwood, by Alix Sobler (Pershing Square Signature Center), and Joy, a new play written and directed by Katie Cappiello for The Arctic Group's Fridge Fest (IRT).

Kea has collaborated on over a dozen independent film projects, most recently she was featured in The Kindergarten Teacher, written and directed by Sara Congelo and starring Maggie Gyllenhaal. Past film credits include Curall, dir. Spencer Harris, Ice Cold, dir. Sekiya Dorsett, Coming to Terms, dir. Kaitlyn Gallagher, and Two Birds, dir. Caitlin Stickels, which was an official short film selection at TWIST in Seattle, NewFest in New York City, and awarded Best Short at ClexaCon in Las Vegas, the Jury Prize at NCGLFF in North Carolina, and Best Student Made Film at AGLIFF in Austin, Texas. Kea's second collaboration with Caitlin Stickels, Tell Me Twice, is currently in post-production. 

Kea is a proud AEA member. She is represented by David Cash of Nicolosi & Co, Brantley Brown of Authentic Talent, and Michael Raymen of DBA.

Jordan Randolph, Sam ( lead)

Jordan Randolph is a writer and actor from Omaha, Nebraska. Since moving to New York in 2013, she has studied improv, sketch, and acting at Magnet Theater, Upright Citizens Brigade, and The Barrow Group.

Jordan is currently on Sketch Team Zapruder and has written and performed for New York Sketchfest and UCB’s SketchCram, as well as self-produced sketch shows.

She knows zero lyrics to any song, but will sing all of them anyway.

Marie Zoumanigui

 Marie  is a New York City-based actress and model originally from Conakry, Guinea. She appeared in Charlie Puth's video, "We Don't Talk Anymore". When she isn't acting, she is probably in your Facebook feed in another eye-catching make-up tutorial video from Pure WOW.

Christine Suero ( supporting )

Christine, a native Brooklynite & proud Black Latina of Dominican descent graduated from the University at Albany with a degree in Business Administration. Last year she had the opportunity to tour colleges as a member of Black Latina and was thrilled to also perform in NYC. Most recently, she co-wrote, co-produced and starred in an original web series called What is Love? . Christine also wrote, starred and co-produced her award winning one woman show A Little Sugar for the Heart which was inspired by her comedic Dominican family. She thanks the Ice Cold team very much for a super fun time on set.

Shauna Blaize ( supporting )

As an accomplished model and budding actor, Shauna Blaize is passionate about her craft.  A model for many years, Ms. Blaize has worked with many talented photographers, designers, stylists, and make-up artists, creating a body of work that can only be described as original and intense. Ms. Blaize is a graduate of the William Esper Studio in New York, NY.

Prior to beginning her career in the Arts, Ms. Blaize worked as a Marketing Coordinator at a leading text book publishing company.  There, she began to explore her creative skills, creating the company's marketing materials and establishing and maintaining its presence in social media sites.

Ms. Blaize holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Political Science from Brooklyn College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.  She enjoys 80's music and disco, foreign and indie films, the ballet, theater, journaling, and knitting.