You Got Ma'amed
Katie McCarty (Kate) is thrilled to be playing Kate in “You Got Ma’amed!” Favorite credits: TV: Law & Order SVU (Large Co-Star), Hired-Pilot: (Series Regular), Switching Bodies (Guest Star), GymRats (Series Regular), Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack-TruTv: Love Triangle (Guest Star), TruTv: Creme de la Cream (Guest Star). Film: A Very Nutty Christmas (Supporting), My Daughter Vanished (Supporting), Romance at Reindeer Lodge (Supporting), Human Affairs (Supporting), Never Have I Ever (Lead). Theater: Off Broadway-MyBigGayItalianMidLifeCrisis (Lucia), Regional: Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Les Mis (Eponine), Kiss Me Kate (Bianca), Urinetown (Pennywise), Fuddy Meers (Claire).
Michael Kelberg (Calvin)recently played a strong supporting role as Lou in "The Middle of X" (PIFF, Miami, Prisma). He played the Lead, Abbot Allen in Parallax (Amazon) and appeared in Chef (Bollywood). TV Credits: Evil Lives Here (Guest-Star), My Dirty Little Secrets (Co-Star) on the ID Network and Nikki and Sara Live! on MTV (Co-Star). He has appeared in countless commercials most recently as Benjamin Franklin for Johnsonville Brats.
Isa Goldberg (Mom) has extensive experience in the film and theater industry. Isa recently played Eurydice in The Seeing Place Theater’s world premiere, The People vs Antigone (Brandon Walker, director). Television: Homicide for the Holidays, I Witness, Mysteries at the Museum, Monsters Inside Me, etc. Indie Films: The Peace Inside, One of Too Many, and Vandal. Prior to acting, Isa served as President of the Drama Desk and continues to work as a theater reviewer. She once moderated an interview for EEGO (East End Gay Organization) where Edward Albee, Terrence McNally & Lanford Wilson were the panelists.
Alexandria Benford (Pizza Gal) is a vibrant Baltimore native and University of Maryland graduate with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Italian. Alexandria moved to NYC in 2015 to pursue her acting career both on stage and on screen. Her theater credits include Aaron Cyrus’s SOMEDAY, a vignette-style play addressing the pain and psychological plight of being a black man in America. Alexandria can be seen in the upcoming off-Broadway production, Confessions of an Average Joe, and is set to star in the feature film, JUST GRACE. vimeo.com/alexandriabenford