New York based opera singer, Sarah Greenspan, is excited to be branching out into ﬁlm with her role of Chelsea in The Devils Five. Sarah has performed opera throughout stages in Europe and the US, in addition to founding new opera companies in Washington, D.C. and New York. Sarah has performed in a number of short ﬁlms in New York, as well as numerous stage productions in Washington, D.C. and has also been a producer of both opera and an original web series.
Chanise Renae studies acting at HB Studio, NYC. Recently, she was seen Co-Starring on the Investgation Discovery’s show “Dead Of Night (Message From The Grave)”. Chanise has also been seen in numerous tv shows, on stage at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre, in commercials and has sung throughout the tri-state area for numerous sports teams, charities and events. Up-coming this summer she will sing for the NJ Jackals (Yogi Berra Stadium) and the American Labor Day Parade (Botto House National Landmark). For more information on Chanise Renae please check her out at www.chaniserenae.com.
Rachael Scarr most recently appeared in the world premiere of Ever After at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ directed by three-time Tony Award winner, Kathleen Marshall. Prior to that she traveled the country as Eileen Evergreen in the 1st National Broadway Tour of Nice Work if You Can Get It. She has worked regionally at both Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in upstate New York and Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, and has been involved in numerous short films, concerts, and workshops of new material in New York City. Rachael is a graduate of NYU Tisch Cap21 and is originally from Skaneateles, NY. More information can be found at: www.rachaelscarr.com