Jim Dalglish (playwright/director) is a Cape Cod playwright who has had the good fortune to see his plays produced locally, as well as in New York, across the United States and in Great Britain.  Many of these plays have won awards, including Best Short Play and Panelist Choice Awards at the Edward Albee Last Frontier Theater Festival ("The Black Eye" and "Daughter of the Regiment,") Audience Choice Award at New York's Turnip Play Festival ("Double D") and Best Play at the Tidewater Play Contest ("The Shaving Less son.")  Two of his plays have been featured in the Boston Play Marathon ("The Brave" and "Agnes Dei.")  "Double D" was published in "The Best Ten-minute Plays 2006" printed by Smith and Kraus.  His play "Edge" was a finalist for the Tennessee Williams National One-Act Play Contest.  And his full-length play "Unsafe" was a semi-finalist for the 2008 National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.  "The Black Eye" was produced in London's West End last year and won rave reviews from TIme Out London and The Spectator, which compared it favorably to works by Samuel Beckett and Tom Stoppard.  www.jimdalglish.com


Brandon Chinn (Bucky) grew up in Richmond, VA before heading to school at Brown University. He majored in business, while studying acting as much as he could in between econ finals. He sang as a member of the all-male, all-suspendered a cappella group, The Bear Necessities, and acted in productions like "Metamorphoses" (Apollo, Orpheus and Philemon), "The Fantasticks" (Matt), "Children of Eden" (Cain/Japeth) and "The Full Monty" (Jerry). After graduating in 2009 Brandon spent a year as a member of the acting apprentice company of The Actors Theatre of Louisville, performing in "A Christmas Carol," and originating roles in The Ten Minute Play Festival and "Heist!" at the Humana Festival. He recently finished there, moved to New York, and then repacked his bags for Ptown! So far he prefers the beach to sweaty subways.


David A. McCarron (Teddy) made his start at the Harwich Jr. Theater in 2004, landing roles as Aladdin and Prince Charming under the leadership of his mentor, Lisa Canto. He would later go on to work at Eventide Arts, the Barnstable Comedy Club and Cotuit Center for the Arts. There he performed his starring role as John Merrick, the Elephant Man. McCarron became a founding member of the social equality acting group "In Good Company" in 2007. The elite group toured local high schools during the production of "the Wrestling Season" in an attempt to end school violence. McCarron has now shifted his focus to film, where he hopes to pursue his dreams of directing.


Mark Meehan (Ted) is a singer, songwriter and actor.  A native of Yarmouth, Mark has returned to Cape Cod after forays to New York and Los Angeles.  A founding member of the rock band Space Pussy, Mark made his theatrical debut as a sailor in a Barnstable Comedy Club production of "South Pacific."  After catching Mark's performance as a surfer dude in the Provincetown play "The Tranny Chase," Space Pussy front man and theatre impresario Ryan Landry decided to make Mark his leading man for his productions of "Carrie," "Cinderella Rocks," "Cleopatra," "The Gulls," and "Phantom of the Oprah."  Mark has also appeared on TV as Bart the Bartender on "As the World Turns."  He starred in the recently released independent film "Terrestrial Extras."  Last autumn Mark starred with Varla Jean Merman in a cross-country tour of "Shut Up Sweet Charlotte."  When he isn't singing and acting, Mark is a massage therapist.


Tony Travostino (Geoffrey) loves Jim Dalglish plays.  In 2008 he starred in the acclaimed production of Dalglish's "S-4" at the Provincetown Theater.  The same year he performed Dalglish's "The Black Eye" in New York City.  And he has work-shopped other Dalglish plays, including "Unsafe," "Magnetism" and "The Brave." Travostino's non-Dalglish credits, all in New York, include lead in In the Light Theater's production of Adam Bock's "Swimming in the Shallows" and roles in "The Seagull," "The Winter's Tale," "Love's Labour's Lost," "The Duchess of Malfi" and Lloyd Pace's "New Orleans." He was featured performing 14th Century Arabic erotic texts at the National Arts Club and appeared in Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre's Playwrights Alliance workshop for new plays.  Travostino trained with Frank Galati at Northwestern University and worked with Roman Polanski in Paris. He currently studies with Douglas S. Hall in New York.

Jim Dalglish

Brandon Chinn

David McCarron

Mark Meehan

Tony Travostino

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