as Emily

Renaye grew up in Maitland where she performed in several plays for the Maitland Repertory Society including “A Woman of No Importance”, “The Servant of Two Masters” and “The Day After The Fair”. In 2004, she was in the one-act play “Two Women and a Chair”, for which she won Best Actress at the Tamworth Drama Festival. Her other credits include Hero in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Claire in “The Maids” for Flying Teapot Theatre and Jessica in “The Merchant of Venice” for the Sydney Shakespeare Company.


as Alfred J Hemlock

Tristan studied acting at The Actors Pulse and at the Actors Centre Australia. After an extensive season with Shakespeare On The Green (2008-2013), he has focused his energy on feature film and short film projects. Recent credits include period thriller "The Sirius" (2016), Sci-fi thriller "Quanta" (2016), and horror web series "The Witness Articles" (2016). Upcoming titles include independent short "Doggy", crime fantasy "Amy Danzig" and a featuring role in the cult hit Wyrmwood TV.


as Guy

Christian studied acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) where he graduated in 2013. He has performed in theatre productions such as "Who's Afraid of Virgina Wolf?", Mop Head Productions' "The House of Ramon Iglesia" and the soon to be touring Griffin Theatre Company's one-man show of "The Witches". His screen Credits include Neighbours", Rush" and "Ready for This" as well as an extensive list of short films. Christian is also an established singer and voice artist.  

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