Cast

Katie Boeck

(Lenya VonBruno)

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. Recent roles include Sally Bowles (Cabaret), Hope Harcourt (Anything Goes). Thrilled to bring Lenya to life in this hilarious sequel.  So much gratitude to my wonderful cast mates and Steven Dry.

Rodger Bumpass

(Dr. Morton Fenwick -Sergeant LaFrais -Rashid- British railway conductor and others)

is best known as the voice of Squidward Tentacles on the cartoon “Spongebob Squarepants”. He has worked with Low Moan Spectacular since 1980, helping to create such shows as “Footlight Frenzy”, “The Scandalous Adventures Of Sir Toby Trollope”, and “Dynamic Products”, as well as performing in “El Grande De Coca Cola” many times including Off-Broadway. In addition to Squidward he has voiced characters in many Disney and Pixar movies including “A Bug’s Life”, “Monsters Inc”, “Cars”, “A Toy Story 2”, “Treasure Planet” “Hunchback Of Notre Dame”, and others.  He began his career in New York, working for the National Lampoon, then Second City in Toronto working with such talents as Martin Short. For those old hippies in the audience, he also worked with “The Firesign Theatre”.  He recently returned from China where he was shooting the mini-series “Marco Polo” for the Hallmark Channel. You may be able to see him in the show tonight, depending upon whether he’s invisible or not.

Oliver Muirhead

( Bullshot Crummond)

was born in London and educated in Edinburgh.  When he came to the United States and got married he needed a regular job, so he became an actor. He has worked with Ron House on the revival of Bullshot Crummond and originated the roles of Nobby and Harvey Martin in California Schemin’. He has guest starred on many television series including Big Bang Theory, NCIS, Will and Grace, Seinfeld, Friends.  He has also appeared in many films including Austin Powers, Fun With Dick And Jane, Garfield 2, Alvin and the Chipmunks, National Treasure II, and most recently The Social Network.  He lives in Encino with his wife and their two cats, while their daughter is studying hard in college.

Anastasia Roussel

(Rosemary Fenton)

Anastasia’s film debut was A MURDER OF CROWS appearing with Cuba Gooding Jr.  In addition to various TV credits and a recurring on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, noted performances include the independent features DREAMERS and TINA GETS HER MAN, a short film produced by Kevin Costner.  Originally from the east coast, Anastasia was offered a Talent Grant and a Voice Scholarship to Otterbein College where she later received a BFA Degree in Musical Theatre Performance. In her senior year she was awarded a Meritorious Achievement Award from The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for being a finalist in the prestigious IRENE RYAN ACTING COMPETITION. Upon graduation, she moved west to obtain an MFA Degree in Acting from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). The summers in between were filled with summer stock shows both on the east coast and northern California.  While in Los Angeles, noted theatre directors she has worked with include Jules Aaron, Deborah LaVine, Craig Belknap, and Robert Bennedetti. She has also performed with Shakespeare and Friends, The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company, and Theatre Nova. She credits invaluable industry experience to working for Jay Leno and NBC’s THE TONIGHT SHOW as well as other Los Angeles based production companies, Modern Media and Zeal Pictures.  Anastasia’s interest in filmmaking led her to co-found White Swan Films. She is the writer, producer and lead actress of the award-winning film AIMEE PRICE. In October 2007, she received “Best Actress in a Narrative Short” at The Baltimore Women’s Film Festival for her role as Aimée. She is also the co-writer of THE QUALITY OF MERCY, a 16th century drama and REFLECTION, a psychological thriller currently in development.  She enjoys collaborating with husband and partner, director/editor/writer Julien Roussel, spending time with their dog Gatsby, and teaching Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, her most recent passion, a practice she feels inspires creativity while keeping her sharp and sane, so on stage in Bullshot she can become dopey and inane!

Christian Rummel

(Otto VonBruno)

moved to LA six months ago from Brooklyn, NY.  Off-Broadway: Othello and Antony and Cleopatra (Theatre For A New Audience.) Other NYC credits: Classical Theatre of Harlem, Clubbed Thumb, Peccadillo Theatre Company, Epiphany, Impetuous, HERE, etc. Television: Law & Order and One Life To Live. Christian is also an award-winning narrator of over 100 audio books for Random House, Audible.com, Hachette, etc.  Member of Actors Equity Association.

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