Keely and Du

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Somewhere, a group is holding a young woman in a locked room against her will.

They aren’t going to hurt her. They don’t want any ransom.

They just want to change her mind about her unwanted pregnancy.







Ryan Bernier (Cole)

Ryan is a Tampa based performer who graduated from USF with a BA in Theatre Performance. His past credits include The Three Musketeers, Laughing Stock (Hat Trick Theatre), Psycho Beach Party, Inherit the Wind, A Few Good Men (Stageworks), Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Twelfth Night (St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival), and Oliver! (Theatre Exceptional). His original play ‘The Fruitiest Man In All The Land’ won the 2016 Short Play competition at the Tampa Bay Theatre Festival and the 2016 4×6 Festival. He currently serves as the head writer for Some Sort of Show, Tampa’s premiere sketch comedy ensemble. Directing credits include the regional premieres of MMF by David Kimple and Now Circa Then by Carly Mensch (Silver Meteor Gallery). He would like to thank Brianna, his family, and his cat for endless support.

K.D. O’Hair (Keely)

Both a stage and Film/TV actor, K.D. O’Hair is ecstatic and very grateful to play a pawn in the telling of Jane Martin’s ever-relevant material and to be a part of this uber talented cast. Having performed since the age of 5, she studied at Roosevelt University’s CCPA until she decided to drop out to pursue an education in Cosmetology. Now a hairstylist by day, she uses any spare time to continue creating primarily within the Theatre/Acting realm. In the Tampa theatre scene, she has been most recently seen as Roberta in Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea at The Heather back in 2015, a production in which she was recognized by Creative Loafing as Best Up-and-Coming Actress. TV wise, she has been most recently seen in an episode of NBC’s Chicago P.D. (Nikki Culler) and has appeared as a recurring character (Judie the punk) in AMC’s Halt & Catch Fire. Her next project to be released (if edits allow) is Back Roads, a book-adapted feature film directed by and starring Alex Pettyfer as well as Juliette Lewis and Jennifer Morrison. She wants to thank Staci, Marie-Claude, and all of Innovocative for this incredible opportunity and of course the best Mom and Chad a girl could ever want or need: “Without your constant love and support, my artistic growth and opportunities wouldn’t be possible. Thank you & I love you so much!”

Pete Clapsis (Walter)

Pete Clapsis- Pete is delighted to be joining The Innovocative Theatre Family! He is an accomplished Actor, Director, Writer, and Voice -Over Artist who turned Professional in October, 2010 and is happily living the dream. He is currently The Prop Master at The Show Palace Dinner Theatre; has appeared in Television Commercials, Independent Films, and Training Videos; recently Directed A Doo Wop Christmas at The Show Palace; last seen as Robert in Proof at Andi Methany Studios in St. Petersburg, and next up he will portray Bibo in the World Premiere of Bibo and Bertie this coming March for Lab Theater Project at the Silver Meteor Gallery in Tampa.

Dawn Truax (Du)

Dawn has performed around the Tampa Bay area for 20 years including Angles in America, Medea, The Laramie Project, Talking With, The Trip to Bountiful, Kindertransport, The Memory of Water, The Circle Mirror Transformation and 10% of Marta Solano, and most recently Inherit the Wind. She has also been seen FreeFall theatre’s production of A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Studio@620’s production of Grace, Hat Trick’s Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All To You, and Center Theatre Company’s The CrucibleShe is also the director of Stageworks Education Outreach.