True love and hijinks save the day as Marie gets revenge on her husband Sal, in this 1930s style gangster comedy based on a classic play by Moliere.
Phil "The Baritone Blitz" Blechman is a voiceover artist, podcaster, radio host, and narrator known as The Blitz for his knack for fast talk. He holds a BFA from Syracuse University where he hosted the swanky AF radio show Funk Love and was a recurring guest on The PreGame Show. A writer and director in his own right, The Baritone Blitz has performed and directed on stage and screen from coast to coast with such original hits as The Black Book, The Unwritten Code, The Plot Thickens, Start/Pause, American Games, Breaking Heels, Debbie, Joyce, Caren & The Dragon, and The One-Eyed Monster. The Baritone Blitz is a co-founder of the production company, IJB Productions, and recently finished up an eight month tour with World Wrestling Entertainment in creative and as on screen talent. Blechman worked with Just Press Playhouse on Flushed With Love, the upcoming Time Trip! series and many more happy adventures to come. Blechman can be found through ACX.com where he records audio books of all varieties or at Phil@IJBproductions.com.
Josh has been very fortunate to provide the voice for Sal in Flushed With Love and Harry/Others in Time Trip! for Just Press Playhouse. Josh is fascinated by their creativity and in admiration of their attention to detail. Josh started his own theatre company this year, and so far there have been productions of Don Juan, Of Mice and Men, and The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd. Not About Nightingales by Tennessee Williams is slated for May of next year at the West End Theatre in NYC, as long with a few TBAs. Josh spent the summer enjoying his 6th season at Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre. He has also performed with Sierra Rep, the Great Plains Theatre, NTC, and many others throughout the country. When not performing, Josh is so, so proud to be a Crisis Worker for The Trevor Project, the leading national organization for providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention to LGBTQ youth. www.joshkellman.org
Bimini Lee Wright
Bimini was born and raised in the tropical rainforests of Northeastern Australia. It was exactly like you imagine it. After graduating highschool in the Land of Aus, she hosted a 13-episode adventure travel show that took her to Hawaii, Costa Rica, and the Galapagos Islands. The show never went to air, but Bim got paid to go hot air ballooning, swim with sealions, and rig a crocodile trap, so she's fairly certain she'll never have a job that cool ever again. After a stint in Florida, where she attained degrees in Theatre Arts and Russian Studies, Bimini is now an aspiring actress living in Brooklyn, who pays her bills and supports her writing habit by frosting cupcakes, and house-managing at the Magnet Theater. On paper this makes her a cliché indie-movie manic-pixie-wetdream. In reality, she is a nerdlesque-dabbling weirdo. Bimini can be found each month writing and performing for Project: Theatre's OUR BAR www.biminiwright.com
Dan Olson is a megazord formed when a group of well-meaning but easily-startled character actors joined forces against the devastating allure of nihilistic media. They've traveled the world, performing on stage and screen in a half dozen countries. Tune in to the forthcoming season of Mr Robot for what most will refer to as the most riveting 15 seconds in series history. A founding member of The Yearbook Collective, Dan propels the arts with a special focus on 360° filmmaking and community. dan-olson.com
Alissa is Thrilled to have lent her voice to Marie, in Flushed with Love! She most recently is actively gigging with her jazz trio at Jules Bistro and with her quintet at Tomi Jazz, both located in Manhattan. She is also a proud member of Actors Equity! She toured with the national tour of Girls Night: The Musical, performed the show Off Broadway at The Actors Temple, performed in a one night engagement with the show My Big Gay Italian Funeral Off Broadway at St. Luke's Theatre. No stranger to TV Alissa made her debut on Showtime at the Apollo, and has appeared in a National SpecialK commercial.
Education: SUNY Fredonia, BM in Vocal Performance and Manhattan School of Music, MM in Jazz Voice.
Catch what she's up to by following her on Twitter and Instagram: @Songbyrde and keep up with her at alissastahler.com
Noah Mefford is originally from Eastern Kansas, and holds his BFA in Theatre from Emporia State University. He has been living and working in New York for the last three years. Recent acting credits include One Slight Hitch (Ryan) at Greenbrier Valley Theater in Lewisburg, WV, Moon Over Buffalo (Paul) with The Theater Barn in New Lebanon, NY, The Skin of Our Teeth (Announcer) at The Heights Players in Brooklyn, NY. As well as original works in association with the Thespis/Adonis Theatre Festival, Emerging Artists Theatre Co, and 48 Hour Film Festival.
Lindsey is so grateful to be working with Just Press Playhouse, and for having the opportunity to play in the incredibly fun worlds they create. She is an actor happy on camera, on stage, or behind a mic. You can see her in short films currently on the festival circuit, on stage with Random Access Theatre’s Drunk Texts, or heard here with JPP! You can see more from her at www.lindsey-kelly.com. Thanks to CSUF, MCS, and JPP!
Orlando Segarra is the co-founder of Just Press Playhouse. He is a writer, director, actor, and musician based in New York City and holds a BFA from West Texas A&M University. Orlando loves storytelling of every kind and is grateful to have the opportunity to spin a few yarns of his own.
Catherine is a multi hyphenate creator endlessly inspired by NYC. In addition to exploring artistic creation and consumption in the greatest city in the world, she's an avid yogi, semi professional restaurant patron, professional netflix binger, bourbon enthusiast, and amateur tree climber (when properly attired). Catherine is so grateful to collaborate with Gabe and Orlando any chance she gets, and had a great time playing Jackie in Flushed with Love!
Gabe is a Co-Founder of Just Press Playhouse. New York Theatre: Not About Nightengales, Romulus, (Empirical Theatre), The Black Book (IJB Productions), September Twelfth (Up Theatre), Hotel Project (The Internationalists), and Suicide Notes (DUTF). Performs monthly with Drunk Texts (Random Access Theatre). He has studied with Matthew Corozine at Matthew Corozine Studio and received his MFA from the University of Arkansas. www.gabetemplin.com