Colleen is the writer, editor, and producer of Lesser Gods as well as the voice of Rhea. Her previous efforts have included the award-winning web series A Bit Much and Unproductive. Her work has also been showcased in The New York International Fringe Festival, The black Box Comedy Festival, and others. She is a co-creator of the Shakes On Snap series. Colleen created the show with the help of the talented artists listed below. Originally from New York, she currently lives in Los Angeles. .
Elizabeth Lanier is an actor and costume designer from Nashville, TN. She major/minored in Theatre and Shakespearean Studies at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, and studied Gender in Shakespeare abroad at the University of Oxford in the U.K. She moved to LA last fall after finishing the Stella Adler Studio of Acting's Day Conservatory program in NYC. She's performed professionally in Nashville, Atlanta, and NYC with NSF, GA Shakes, Pinch n' Ouch, and Theatre for the New City. LA acting credits include commercials with GLSNext, Phind.it, Angelee in Reanimate Me Jim Jones at a reading for EST/LA, Company of Angels LA Views IX: Criminalization reading and Liz in 6.8, an original play by Sarah Tuft as part of Shotz LA. She also enjoys creating her own work and is currently in post-production for an original web series called Fragility which she co-produced with Steph Jack. She is really pumped to be a part of this project.
Tessie got her start in NYC with a BFA in Acting from Marymount Manhattan College. This is her debut in voice acting! She was recently inducted into the LA based theatre company Fierce Backbone and has been exploring the art of circus performance with Cirque School LA. Tessie is elated to have survived her first year on the west coast.
David Dimitruk hails from the city of brotherly love and most recently Brooklyn College. His latest credits include MTV’s Greatest Party Story Ever. Westminster Woods (Short) and the award winning YouTube series A Bit Much. This is his first podcast and couldn’t be more thrilled to be working along side a such talented cast