The Cast

John Wesley Shipp

JOHN WESLEY SHIPP is Sheriff Emmett Burns 

John is best known for incarnating The Flash for CBS in the original 1990 hit series, as well as playing Mitch Leery on Dawson's Creek. He is currently back with The Flash on the CW, this time as Barry Allen's father, Henry. A celebrated Broadway veteran, John also holsters two Emmy Awards.  

Lance Roberts


Lance is one of the busiest actors in New York, appearing recently onscreen in This is Where I Leave YouThe Humbling (with Al Pacino) and Showtime hits The Affair and Nurse Jackie. On the Broadway stage, he's starred in GhostSister ActAct One, and The Pee-wee Herman Show.

Jeffrey C. Hawkins


Jeffrey stars regularly off-Broadway and in various video games (LA NoireRed Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto to name a few) as well as a multitude of TV appearances.

Jason Babinsky

JASON BABINSKY is Jasper Cunningham

Fresh from the breakout Netflix hit Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Jason guested regularly on CBS' The Good Wife. Also a Broadway vet, Jason recently starred Off Broadway in Caucasian Chalk Circle opposite Christopher Lloyd.

David Gregory 

DAVID GREGORY is Deputy Bell (Creator / Writer / Executive Producer)

David is known primarily for saying lines on TV in his underwear. He is now saying lines on radio fully clothed. He hopes one day to combine forces. In the meantime, he enjoys writing his own lines and hopes you enjoy listening to them.

Florencia Lozano

Florencia Lozano


Matt Locker

Matt Locker

MATT LOCKER is The Preacher

Matt Locker comes from a melded background of both broadcasting and acting, two disciplines he findsbuild good foundation for one of his passions, voiceover work. You've seen Matt in the first series of Corona Beer-on-the-beach commercials,  and with a body in a suitcase in "Weekend At Bernies II".  He's done TV weather, anchored the news, radio, and drama. Matt was raised in The Virgin Islands to provide contrast to David's Alaskan roots.

Chris Allen

Chris Allen

CHRIS ALLEN is the Violin Player

A Kansas native, Chris has been playing violin since the age of 4. He has played professionally for Desi Oakley, Joey Contreras, the Prospect Theatre Company, and in an international commercial for Virgin Atlantic Airlines. His credits as an actor include the National Tour of Evita and regional performances at The Fulton, Riverside, Pioneer Theatre, KC Starlight, Casa Mañana, STAGES St. Louis, Pennsylvania Shakespeare, and the New Theatre Restaurant. Chris is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and the Upright Citizens Brigade Improv Theater. Much thanks to David, family, friends, coaches, and especially teachers!


Bill Burrows

BILL BURROWS is our Announcer

Bill began making a living speaking into a microphone in the early 70's as a radio DJ in Alaska, switching over to evening news anchor a few years later for a CBS affiliate. He has written and produced thousands of radio and TV commercials and narrated many nationwide programs including Alaska Magazine Television. No stranger to the stage, Bill has appeared in dozens of plays and musicals - including a 1997 production of The Music Man with a young David Gregory.

The Crew

Noah DeBiase

NOAH DeBIASE (Director/ Sound Engineer)

Noah has done voiceover work ranging from Hasbro commercials and Disney voiced books to industrial and technical product videos.He created, produced, and engineered the Artists' Internet Radio series of podcasts. He also directs and engineers voiceover demos. Noah is the proud owner of a veritable flotilla of hats.

Benjamin James


Starting a professional music career at age 15, Benjamin has toured the US countless times, toured Japan before graduating high school, signed to a major record company at age 20, and began self producing records in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio with current band Pluto Revolts in 2008. He will be opening for Snoop Dogg at this year's 2015 Bunbury Festival

Ben Meadors

BEN MEADORS (Video/ Stills / Associate Producer)

Ben is a photographer and videographer based in Brooklyn, New York. His work has been published in the New York Times and many regional publications. He is also proud to have worked on many series for PBS including Ken Burn's Cancer: Emperor of All Maladies, Finding Your Roots, and American Experience's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Ben is glad to have worked on a project that resurrects an excellent medium for storytelling and puts a fresh spin on it.