Ezekiel Briscoe

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Joseph Garcin

Joeseph Garcin is in some measure a gentleman, who speaks like a hero but masks his insecurities. The first of three to enter the torture chamber was once "a man of letters by profession", but now that he's in Hell, his cowardice sins weaken his romantic, sensitive persona.

Ezekiel has been acting in New York and Los Angeles since 1998, most recently in "Lascivious Something" with Les Vignes at the 6 B Community Garden, "The Wild Duck" with Compassion Theater Co. at Shetler Studios, "Uncle Vanya" at Columbia University, and "Autobahn" with Silent Street. He studied at both the acting conservatory at SUNY Purchase and the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School. Ezekiel would like to give thanks to Jean Paul Sartre for fighting the good fight, the cast and crew for bringing their amazing passion and talent to this production, and, of course, to the audience for coming out.

Ingrid Kullberg-Bendz

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Inez Serano

Inez Serrano, the only sinner who seems to accept her recently new residence has a "damned, damned soul". A lesbian with a thirst for attention and the excellent power of manipulation treats her fellow absentees as puppets in her devilish game of who goes first.

Ingrid Kullberg-Bendz has worked throughout Sweden and toured Europe in plays, musicals, film, television, cabarets and concert dance for several years before moving to NYC, most recently in the Swedish Original Cast and National Tour of MAMMA MIA.

Some favorite productions are…
International: Brecht's THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS, Strindberg's MISS JULIE and A DREAMPLAY, CHESS (Original Swedish Cast), SWEET CHARITY, SOLO (Prime Time Series, Swedish Television), MACKEN (Swedish Film Institute).
New York: THE CASEBOOK OF RUDOLF H at NYTW, THE COLUMBINE PROJECT at Actors Temple Theatre, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW with Walking the Dog Theatre, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL with New York Classical Theatre, PENANG at MITF, ANA 3/11 at the NY Fringe Festival and the Independent Features SPY and BOMB SQUAD.
She's a graduate of RADA, London; The University of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre, Stockholm; Jim Bonney Acting Studio Advanced Meisner Program, New York.

Emily Jane Fleischer

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Estelle Rigault

Estelle Rigault is a high-class, passionate young lady who just can't seem to grasp why she's in hell, "in fact, I'm sure there has been some kind of mistake!" A beautifully naïve, orphan, mistress, heartbreaker, and murderer, Estelle is certainly not done searching for attention, however this time she must work for it.

Emily's most recent credits include: Three Sisters, King John, Three Birds Alighting On a Field, The Miser
Film & Television: Madrid Without Gravity, Black Death, Gun Hill.
Training: SUNY Purchase.

 

Troy Peckham

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The Valet

Troy Peckham is from Spring, Texas. He recently graduated from the acting program at Northern Illinois University. This is his first production in New York and is very honored to work with this wonderful cast and crew.