2/14 - 3/17
trip. at The Actors Company
916 A North Formosa Ave
Los Angeles CA 90046

the not-so-simple story of boy meets girl, boy meets boy, girl meets girl, and all the little things that can ruin a perfectly good dinner party.

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Ariana Anderson

Ariana Anderson is an actor/writer/director/lizard person hailing from Brooklyn, New York. She graduated LaGuardia High School, studied Film Acting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and snagged an EVVY for her role in Being Dana Darren in her freshman year of college. She has been written up in both Out and NPR’s All Songs Considered for her music video work. 4Play is her first theatrical production in Los Angeles since graduating Emerson College in 2017, and couldn’t be more excited to work with trip.. Ariana, or “Snake” as she is known among her pagan friends, enjoys knives and general meddling. Much love to her family, her queer family in LA, and Tash of course.

Graham Brown

Graham Brown is a writer, director, actor and stand up comedian. He was most recently seen, albeit briefly, in Netfix’s El Camino Christmas. Stagewriting/directing credits include the New York and Chicago productions of 4PLAY, Sex in a SeriesHope, and Finding Gräfenberg. Select stage acting credits include William in Her Naked Skin, The Professor in The Lesson , Shep in Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille, Danny in Sexual Perversity In Chicago, Edward in Edward II, Melchior in Spring Awakening, twelve roles in Macbeth and Alex in A Clockwork Orange. Film acting credits include: The Dark Knight Rises, Sweet and LowdownNew York - The Documentary and Entourage. He has performed stand up at The Improv, Caroline’s, The Broadway Comedy Club, The Funny Bone, The Laff Stop & The New York Comedy Club. He is represented by TGMD Talent in Los Angeles & Lily's Talent in Chicago.  Graham is the artistic director of trip. (tripnyc.org) now going into its twenty-third year.

Bevin Bru

Bevin Bru is Miami born New York bred and LA resident. Actress and Dancer she toured nationally with Alvin and the Chipmunks as, none other than, Alvin himself. She used her chipmunk money to move to LA two years ago and has since then been in several commercials, plays, web series, and the feature film Head Count. She is so excited to be a part of the trip.LA family and bring you a work that will hopefully awaken the senses and fine tune your attention span.

Eve Danzeisen

Eve Danzeisen is an actor, writer, and filmmaker based in LA and NY. She is thrilled to welcome trip to LA; one of her first roles in NYC was Tracy in Seascape with Sharks and Dancer with trip in NY when the company was in its earliest years. Other theatre credits include: LA: Cold Sweat (Atwater Village Th.), The Trip Back Down (Whitefire Th.) NY: world premiere of The Body Politic (59E59); U.S. premieres of Construction of the Human Heart (Access Th.) and Romeo and Hamlet (Abington Th., Gayfest); with the Old Globe Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale, Uncle Vanya, and more.She produced, wrote, and directed The Hardest Part for which she won the Tropfest Best Actress Award. Other on camera credits include: The Choice, Heyday, The Guiding Light, Pooched, Motel Champagne, and three years as the spokesperson for Optimum Business. She holds degrees from The Old Globe (MFA) and Sarah Lawrence College (BA) and is a journalist with ladyfreethinker.org.  www.evedanzeisen.com

Zoë Simpson Dean

Zoë Simpson Dean is so excited to be a part of the trip.LA team! Zoë was born in London, England and began working almost immediately (pics to prove it!) in print and television commercials across Europe. Her family moved from England to The Algarve, Portugal, where she spent her formative years. Zoë's first audition landed her a spot in the pop band Bless'd. Which lead to non-stop touring as part of the dance/vocal group. Her appearances as a member of Bless'd.  on multiple children's television shows sparked her interest in acting. Zoë fled England as " Bless'd. came to an end in a firestorm of scandal (joke) and moved to America. Zoë lived in Hollywood acting in commercials and doing voice over work. She then moved to Austin, TX to be part of the burgeoning Indie film scene In Austin Zoë quickly found roles in several short films and features, she returned to Southern California and studied broadcast journalism, then earned her bachelor's degree in Geography and Urban Studies in Philadelphia, PA. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she continues to study all things acting and work on as many projects as the day will allow. She recently completed her master's degree in social and community urban planning. Thank you to 4PLAY cast and production team for letting me play! 

Marian Frizzle

Marian Frizzle is delighted to be making her debut with trip.La.  Recent/Favorite credits include Shelby in Steel Magnolias opposite Jacki Weaver, Touchstone in As You Like It. and feature films Momentum opposite Morgan Freeman and the upcoming Under the Silver Lake. She is also a jazz vocalist - recently heading up the indie jazz band Gypsies &  Judges. Originally South African, Marian moved to Australia to attend The Actors Center Australia . A role in HBO’s The Pacifuc brought her to Los Angeles where she continues to explore both stage and screen. SAG-AFTRA. More at www.marianfrizelle.com

Dustyn Gulledge

Dustyn Gulledge is an Austin, TX native, and just as weird as the city. He holds a two-year certificate of completion in Acting at AMDA NYC, a B.A. in Creative Writing from The New School in NYC, and an M.F.A. in Acting from the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University. Dustyn originated the role of ‘Dino Tortorrici’ in Norah Ephron’s NYC Broadway production of Lucky Guy opposite Tom Hanks, as well as created the recurring role of ‘Evan’ in the first three seasons of HBO’s Emmy winning TV show, Silicon Valley. Other credits include Duke Frederick in As You Like it (A.R.T.), Person of Interest (CBS) and Forever (ABC). Dustyn is a proud member of AEA/ SAG/AFTRA, and is thrilled to be given the opportunity to reconnect with his theatre roots playing “the best friend” in trip.’s west coast premier of 4PLAY after a five year hiatus from the stage.

Lara Helena

Lara Helena, SAG-AFTRA, is thrilled to appear in 4PLAY, sex in a series. She has a diverse background in live performance, that began at the early age of 14, as a dancer.  She continued on as a Dance/Theater Major at UNLV and moved from the classroom into numerous Las Vegas shows at age 20; EFXSiegfried and RoyThat’s MagicKristine & The Sting . Followed by a path in Musical Theater & Freelance work in Europe; Paradise of PainGreaseSnow White, Culture Beat. Lara, continued her acting training throughout her Dance career, which brought more versatility to her performance. When Lara arrived in LA in 2010, she dove into Groundlings and has spent the past years studying with Brad Greenquist (Pacific Residence Theater) & at Stuart Rogers Studios. Lara also decided to dive into production in 2015, when she co-created, co-wrote, Acted and Produced (4 short films in 4 days), Dispensable GirlsTime Traveler, Sting of the Scorpion & The Long Run and has also created a Web-Series, The Global Hollywood Show. Lara’s love for Acting has grown exponentially the past years since living in LA and she is always looking for more ways to enrich her journey and experience! Please drop by and cheek out her site - www.larahelena.com & follow her on social media.

Kaitlin Large
Kaitlin Large is a recent transplant from New York, where she first worked with trip. on Hope, and is thrilled to be a part of the West Coast inaugural season of this company! She has been seen recently on stage as Jodi in Podcast (Hollywood Fringe) and Marie in Let the Devil Take the Hindmost (NYC International Fringe). You can also spot her on Mr.Robot as a jealous co-worker at ECorp, or as the lead in Cracked.com's successful web series Rom.ComShe is eternally grateful to her husband and her Best Ones for all their support. And to her agents at Avalon Artists for supporting her move out West!
Zoquera Milburn
Zoquera Milburn is thrilled to be joining this ensemble in 4PLAY. After spending a few years in Chicago acting in film projects, theatre, as well as continuing to study acting and improv, she just recently moved to Los Angles and is excited for her first play on the West Coast! She also appeared in Into the Film’s debut production A Night at the Opera back in August. She is so excited for what’s to come in LA. Check out zoquera.com for more updates!
Cameron J. Oro
Cameron J. Oro is excited to be working with trip. Notable theater credits: 365 Days/365 Plays (The Public Theater, NYC), The Donkey Show and Paradise Lost (American Repertory Theater), The Accidental Patriot (The Stolen Chair Theatre Company - 2008 New York Innovative Theatre Award, Best Actor), and Oedipus (Antaeus Theatre Company - Affiliate Member), among others. MFA: ART/MXAT at Harvard; BFA: NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Christi Pedigo
Christi Pedigo is an actor, filmmaker, mom, and wife - not always in that order! In NYC she received an OOBR (Off-Off Broadway Review) Award for her performance as Brooke Ashton in Noises Off (Gallery Players of Park Slope). She appeared Off-Broadway in Girls Town (Players Theatre) and Golden Ladder (Actors Playhouse). CA stage credits include: Ann in All My Sons (Stages Theatre), Josie in WTC View (Theatre Out), Hillary in Raised in Captivity (Stages Theatre). She had a lead role in the Indie Film Film School Confidential which won a Gold Award at WorldFest Houston. Christi recently formed She Did It Productions and has made three short films and two web series on YouTube and Amazon Prime Video. She recently finished filming a horror short written with and starring her daughter, Lily Ellen Alice. Christi also mentors children ages 5-18 giving seminars and teaching drama classes. She enjoys costume character work and can be found terrifying guests as Scary Mary or smiling sweetly as the Snow Maiden at the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor and Chill events.
Kirstin Racicot
Kirstin Racicot is delighted to join the trip. ensemble on its first adventure in Los Angeles!  A California native, Kirstin grew up in Missouri where she earned her B.F.A. in Theatre Arts from Stephens College in Columbia, MO. Stephens College operates a summer-stock theatre program in northwest Iowa, where she has spent the past seven summers working at the Okoboji Summer Theatre as an actor on their main stage as well as directing children’s theatre, and simultaneously, serving as the Public Relations Director to the theatre. Her California credits include performing onstage at the renowned Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for the L.A. Opera in Pagliacci, conducted by Placido Domingo and in Mozart’s classic The Abduction from the Seraglio. Kirstin has worked as an actor and assistant director with the Lakeside Players; a theatre group up in the mountains of beautiful Lake Arrowhead. She’s made TV/Film appearances in most recent projects such as on HBO mini-series Big Little Lies and Sharp Objects. Last fall, she worked as Assistant Director for Rogue Machine Theatre in L.A. on the world premiere play The Super Variety Match Bonus Round, Stage Raw Ovation Recommended. Kirstin would like to thank her family for their continued support on this crazy ride and letting her follow her passion of storytelling!
Kelsey Risher
Kelsey Risher is trip.'s managing director.  She is an actress and singer from Birmingham, AL. She received a degree in Theater from Lander University in South Carolina where she performed at the Historic Abbeville Opera House. There, she received the George Settle's Newcomer Award for her portrayal of Meg in Crimes of the Heart.  She then studied in Chicago for 5 years where she began her work with trip in the Chicago premier of finding gräfenberg. Kelsey is excited to join trip. in this new capacity.
Robert Walters
Robert Walters is thrilled to be a part of such an innovative and creatively fulfilling production 4PLAY, sex in a series, a melding of actor and audience, will be a fantastic opportunity to engage the idea of involving patrons and artists in a creative space; something that Robert truly enjoys with every fiber and corny line in his body. He can currently be seen on the VetTV streaming service in A Grunt’s Life, The Let Down, and their upcoming untitled sketch series. Past credits: Judas, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, LA Weekly Theater Award recipient.
Dan Wilson
Dan Wilson is from Seattle, WA. He is a recent transplant to Los Angeles, having worked in Chicago and New York over the last several years. L.A. credits: Prince Hal in Henry IV (Muse Of Fire), Macbeth in Macbeth (Shakespeare Center of L.A./Junction Theatre). Other credits include finding gräfenberg with trip. in Chicago, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at St. Luke's Theatre and Under the Greenwood Tree at The Flea (both in New York), multiple roles in the Michigan Shakespeare Festival's 2015 season, and Romeo and Juliet at Shattered Globe in Chicago. Dan also holds a B.A. in Theatre from Northwestern University.

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