Sara Seger has been cast to play the lead role of Kailey Childs. 

Originally from New Jersey, Ms. Seger graduated high school from the UNC School of the Arts contemporary dance program in 2010 where she performed works by Mark Morris, Jose Limon, Larry Keigwin, Diane Markham, and others. She attended the Fellowship Program at the Ailey School and performed in Memoria with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater for their NY City Center season. Performances credits include: the Lincoln Center Institute, Cool NY Dance Festival, Triskelion Arts NY, Jennifer Muller/The Works Hatch Series, and the American Dance Festival. Ms. Seger joined RIOULT in 2011.

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Katrina Cunningham has been cast to play the role of Zoey Weathers.

Katrina is an Oregon grown Actress, Singer and Dancer. She has been featured as a solo vocalist and dancer with Company XIV for three years and is currently performing in the hit show, Nutcracker Rouge at the Minetta Lane Theater.  Katrina also recently starred in Pepper and the Salt Sea, which was her first film, and is in the process of writing her first album. A 2011 graduate of Purchase College, she holds a BFA in Dance and has participated in many other programs including the Terry Schreiber Acting Conservatory, Movement Invention Project, Springboard DanseMontreal, and Taipei National University of the Arts in Taiwan. She currently dances for Mettin Movement Collective, Daniel Russo Dance Company, and has danced works by Marie Chouinard, Paul Taylor, Nelly Van Bommel, Jiri Kyllian, Diane McIntyre, Louise Bedard, Robert Moses and Kyle Abraham. She is very excited to play Zoey in the company of such ambitious, earnest talent.

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James Rich has been cast to play the role of Spencer Oldham.

James Rich moved to New York City in the summer of 2002. He threw himself into acting shortly after arriving. He's built an impressive resume in a short amount of time, studying many angles of acting which he applies to various roles.

Growing up, James learned to use humor as a means to deal with life's difficulties. Much to his teachers' chagrin, James, a natural performer, was able to coax laughter from his classmates. James is a master of spot-on impersonations, often focusing on subtle behavioral tics that he highlights and takes to the next level. Naturally, James studied Improv, most recently with the Upright Citizen's Brigade. Says James, "The funniest stuff for me comes from character studies, and Improv that's character driven can be even funnier."

Presently, James is participating in an ongoing intensive study with Tony Greco, which teaches him to delve into the purpose of acting and discover depth in individual characters. "Whereas Improv has taught me the importance of living in the moment, the Method allows for an innate understanding of the character, enabling me to respond truthfully."

Constant auditioning and hard work have paid off for James in the form of interesting characters and roles. James treasures his opportunity working opposite Hollywood veteran Loren Dean in "Middletown". James has also showed his improv chops in "Jim the Rapist", a short he not only starred in, but co-produced with friend and acclaimed director, Shandor Garrison; the film was actually shot in James' bedroom. In the film, "Americana", James was originally cast as a supporting role, but when the lead dropped out, the director, Zach Shedd, jumped at the opportunity to ask James.

An avid rock and mountain climber, James is always looking for an adventure. He also relaxes by using his hands around the house, especially restoring furniture.

James currently resides in Flatbush, Brooklyn.

Learn more about James at his website.

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