HAPPY HOUR tells the story of casual conversation and its limits, whether it be among friends, lovers, strangers or servers. Our story follows a trio of millennial friends, two of whom are engaged and the third primed to be Best Man, as they attend a happy hour for drinks and snacks. Conversation carries on wryly amongst the three as well as the waitress that the best man finds attractive, that is, until an older woman appears, celebrating her birthday by herself and in search of friendship. Polite conversation begins to crumble as the woman forces her way into the trio with curious questions about them and their lives.
Ken Breese (Mac) - Ken is an actor, writer and improviser from Massachusetts. He co-wrote and stars in the feature film Search & Rescue. He performs every Tuesday at iO West in Los Angeles with Linoleum City. He is a member of the comedy collective Nightpantz.
Danielle Motley (Lauren) - Danielle Motley, originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, began her acting career with a College Foundation commercial, which was the first audition she ever had. Her most notable television role was on the television show "One Tree Hill". Trained by the Second City Conservatory and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and Larry Moss, Danielle is often cast for her quick wit, impeccable comedic timing, death glare, and bitch face. She previously appeared on stage in "California Dreamin', originating the role of "Gypsy" which ran for 8 weeks at the MET Theatre. Her focus as of late has been in new media video sketch comedy, which she performs with her comedy group, Nightpantz.
Kate Romero (Larkspur) - Kate Romero is a Life Coach, Psychic, Talent Manager, Radio Host, and has a World Title in Arm Wrestling. Also, a MOTH Story Slam Winner, who launched 100’s
of thriving acting careers over 3 decades as a Talent Manager only to later retire to
resume her own love of Acting and become a Stand-Up Comic.
Jacob Lyle (Bobby) - Jacob hails from The Theatre School at DePaul University. He has been acting since he was nine years old, and attended the Walden Theatre School in Louisville, KY. He has been the lead in numerous plays ranging from contemporary pieces to Shakespeare. He is currently based in Los Angeles and has trained with Catlin Adams and Michael Woolsen.
Moira O'Neill (Sam the Waitress) - Most recently Moira was seen in a recurring role on Ryan Murphy’s Fox series SCREAM QUEENS and guest starred on BLACKISH and MAJOR CRIMES. A native Angeleno, Moira has been acting since she was a kid and received her BFA in Acting from the Theatre School at DePaul University.
Tracey McClain (Co-writer/Producer) - Tracey is a law-school trained comedy writer living in Los Angeles with husband-to-be Zach (maybe current husband depending on when you're reading this). Along with writing a number of pieces with him, she was a staff writer for two seasons on the CBS show THE INSPECTORS.
Zach Drummer (Co-writer/Director) - Zach is a satirist and filmmaker working in Los Angeles who has written and directed a number of stage productions as well as multiple award winning short films. His co-writer Tracey is also his soon-to-be wife (maybe current wife depending on when you're reading this). He currently works as director/producer Shawn Levy's personal assistant and as a development reader for Shawn's company 21 Laps.
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