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Malachi        Juan | Steve 

Danielle Fraser is an actress, writer, and singer. Fraser began her career while attending Knox College in Galesburg, IL as a Spanish major and Creative Writing minor. She performed in an original play written by Sherwood Kiraly (DIMINISHED CAPACITY, 2008). Post graduation, she began working in independent films and music videos, ultimately landing her role as "Riley" in RADIO SILENCE (2019).  Her most recent role was April of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company”. 

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 Leyla              Telegram Girl 

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   Alex                Shana Jae

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Anastasia          Daisy 

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 Jesus             Steve | Juan

Peyton graduated from Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT, with a Theater Arts, Acting Emphasis.  She's been in dozens of Theatrical shows and performances and is a delight to see on stage.  Her persona allows her to play multiple roles with distinctly different personalities.  As talented as she is, for one moment she's a jersey girl Maintenance woman and the next a caring mother.   Revolution Chicago is blessed to have cast member Peyton

Leyla is relatively new to the theater world, but comes with experience in being featured in Music Videos and print.  Her flair for making the role of the Telegram Girl come to life is why she is a member of Revolution Chicago's cast.   She adds a dynamic vibe to the show that will captivate the audience 

Jesus's  Film Credits include playing the role of "Victor the Janitor" in the Film
LARP: The movie. (DIRECTOR: Alex Garcia
Also he has been in the film
His theater credits include

 Actor                  Role ​    Peyton          MICKEY'S MOM |  

Assistant Dir     Mary Maint Girl

Malachi is very passionate and enthusiastic when it comes to the theatre. His energy and emotions are felt by all in the cast.  As well, is his unique acting persona that registers to the audience.  Being technical behind the camera has helped him develop a wide range of personalities.

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 Ernalyn             Filipino Choreo

Brenda Good is a Chicago based choreographer, who works nationally.  Her choreography has been in a variety of venues, including the Auditorium Theatre, the Park West, Symphony Center, Navy Pier Ballroom, the Harold Washington Winter Garden, and the John and Nancy Hughes Theater. Other highlights include a NFL playoffs and SuperBowl 50 commercial for which she danced and choreographed, and choreography for the Will Arnett produced show, “Hot Date”, currently streaming on Netflix. Brenda graduated from Bowdoin College with a B.A. Cum Laude and pursued graduate work in choreography and dance from Northwestern University and Columbia University in New York. She is also certified in Classical Ballet from the Cecchetti Council of America. Brenda also studied dance at several studios in Chicago and New York, including Lou Conte, Gus Giordano, Ruth Page, and Joffrey Ballet dance studios in Chicago and Steps, Broadway Dance Center, and Alvin Ailey Studios in NYC.



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Jack is a graduate of DePaul University.  He can be seen on NBC, as well as many commercials including McDonald's, KFC, Harris Bank to name a few.  HIs voiceover credits are continuously expanding.  With his dynamic voice, Jack adds a great degree of realism to the Television announcer character.  

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Anthony            Singer  

Anastasia has a wide variety of film, television and Theater experience.  She has spent an extensive amount of time in training for her professional career spending time at the Los Angeles based New York Film Academy where she studied with some of America's best.  

Ernalyn, a Philippine native, brings an incredibly Culturally unique performance of her Native Dance, Tinkling to Revolution Chicago combined with Chicago's Tribal House Music.  Combing Chicago Tribal House Music she has named her creation "Fusion Dance". Choreographed in stunning colors actors dance between the bamboo poles in rhythm.  Hip hop moves and fancy footwork cane seen to the Tribal House beat.  Actors standing on Bamboo poles are lifted 6 feet in artistic fashion in this Culturally unique show while moving in theatrical choreography.  A must see!


         Brenda Good 

Anthony J growing up in Chicago became fascinated with music as a child.  Singing is truly his passion in life as he started at an early age competing in local talent shows impressing audiences with his soulful singing.  Friends and family took notice as he performed at weddings and various events.  Anthony J graduated from Lincoln Park HS  in 2001 with a major in Music and was one of the contestants on season 5 of American Idol.

Alex, an up and coming singer is appearing in her first Musical.  Growing up she has always been an aspiring singer always looking to refine her skills.  Working with Mickey Oliver the plan is to release her first single later this year.

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  Jack                 TV Newscaster 

Janssen is very excited to be making his Chicago theatre debut, having lived in St. Louis his entire life. He has performed at Six Flags St. Louis for 6 years and played in many STL shows, such as Simon Stride in Jekyll & Hyde, Dennis in All Shook Up, and Clopin in the Hunchback of Notre Dame. He is striving to have an illustrious musical theatre career here in Chicago and can't wait to see what's next. He would like to thank Mickey Oliver for entrusting him with his story and for casting him in his first show in town. He would also like to thank his girlfriend Maggie for pushing him to make the big move to the city with her and her endless support

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Brandon           Mickey 

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Danielle      Sam | Sherry Maint