Ryder Darcy’s passion for acting began early. In high school he was a company member of the acclaimed ACT Young Conservatory appearing in several world premiere productions. His training includes summer programs at UCLA and California State Summer School of the Arts as well as a full range of performance classes and stage performances at SSU and SFSU. He has studied Stage Combat and Fight Choreography with professional stuntman Ed Douglas, Movement with B.J. Dodge and Yukihiro Goto and Dell' Arte Physical Comedy with Michael Fields. His awards include ACT Distinguished Young Artist, California Theater Arts Scholar Governor's Medallion and the Evert Person Scholarship for Theater Arts.
James F. Ross as The Therapist
James F. Ross is a Hoosier, transplanted to California by way of New York and Massachusetts. He sang and acted in high school and college, but then set those aside to go to work in business, which was of inestimable value in learning about human behavior. Several years ago he returned to acting by taking formal training, and then getting parts in small films and commercials.
Following his work in Mind City Terror he continued with short films until he unexpectedly got a stage role. Since then his focus has been more on theater than film. He has played in productions of The Garden Party, The Glass Menagerie, and two plays in the 2015 San Francisco Pint-Sized Play Festival, Relativity, and Colored Pencil Werewolves. He is currently writing plays as fast as he can.
Nina Jordan as Violet
Erik Braa as The Dream Commander
Erik Braa is an award winning Actor and Voice Talent. His Video Game highlights include “Draven: The Glorious Executioner”, “Jax: The Grandmaster at Arms” and “Vel'Koz” from League of Legends, as well as, “Danny” in 400 Days and “Randy” in The Walking Dead Game. His vocal range and affable nature make him a force in any medium.
His On-Camera work includes playing “Freeburg” in an episode of the hit TV Show I (almost) Got Away With It and in Film he has been featured in The Violent Kind and Blank Slate, plus many short films, including winning a Best Actor award for his work in a short film called Roomies.
Erik can currently be seen in the films Unleashed and Lane 1974 and is the frontman in an alternative hard rock band called “Kryptic Memories.” Check out his website and Youtube channel.