Jack Zullo

Jack has been seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Epic Rap Battles of History, Brick Stone News. 

All work leads to play. Jack is never a dull boy.

Jennifer Lieberman

Jennifer is delighted to be back in New York working with this incredible team!  She has appeared in over 2-dozen plays in NYC, LA, Toronto and Australia. Some of her writer/actor/producer credits include the short films DETAILS and LEASH which both screened at the 

 Festival De Cannes Court Mertage among other international festivals.​ Her solo show YEAR OF THE SLUT won the Audience Choice Award at the Frigid NY Festival and is now a novel available on Amazon.com.  Shiksa Wives, Lieberman’s new play, will be making its stage debut in 2020.

Levy Lee Simon

Multiple award winning writer, actor, director, and producer, Levy Lee Simon is originally from Harlem USA, and a graduate of the University of Iowa Playwright’s Workshop, MFA. His, award winning plays include: For the Love of Freedom, The Bow Wow Club, Same Train, Smell the Power, 

and The Guest at Central Park West. Other plays include: The Stuttering Preacher, Caseload, God the Crackhouse and the Devil, The Last Revolutionary, The Magnificent Dunbar Hotel, and, Gentrified – Metaphor of the Drums. His directing credits include; The Bow Wow Club, Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman, Javon Johnson’s Breathe and, Leftovers by Josh Wilder at the GPTC. LL has optioned scripts to studios in Hollywood and New York. His first feature film, The Last Revolutionary, premiered at the Pan African Film Festival 2017, and can now be seen on Amazon.com. Levy Lee, as he prefers to be called, is a proud artist and thespian always seeking to create work that entertains while inspiring and motivating change.

Len Rella


Len Rella is a native New Yorker, AEA member and AMDA graduate. His theatrics encompass an assortment of local, touring and regional productions ranging from classical to musical comedy. Selected NYC Premieres: Marlowe’s Fate (Theatre Row), 

Ben Batchelder


Ben is honored to be joining the talented cast of “With a Little Help...” Originally from West Orange, NJ, Ben went to Hampshire College, where he wrote and directed the original full-length musical “Moyshe Pupik & the Cookie Jar Giraffe!” at the Yiddish Book 

Center. Moving to Brooklyn in 2016, Ben has starred as Mo in Jeremiah Neal’s production of “Eeny Meany” at the New York Theater Festival and, recently, as Barry in the short film “Welcome to Broadway.” He can usually be seen on Tuesday nights playing his original songs at the Topaz. Ben would like to send his undying love and devotion to his friends and family from New Jersey, to his colleagues at New World Stages, and, to Viewers Like You. Thank You.

Samantha Jane Gurewitz


Samantha Jane Gurewitz began acting in High School, and starred in her first short film, Broken, in 2005. She has performed in one of UCB’s longest running shows, Cagematch, as the wrestler Lori Mer. She moved to LA in 2016 and has been

regularly performing at theaters such as UCB, The Pack, Flappers and The Clubhouse. She has appeared on MTV, Cracked.com and Buzzfeed, and has had her writing featured in McSweeneys. She was a featured performer at both the 2017 Los Angeles Musical Comedy Festival and Packchella. This past summer she payed her comedy music at The Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas with Freak Show. She writes and performs voices for The National Lampoon presents: The Final Edition podcast.

Artie Brennan


Artie Brennan Studied drama at NYU, sketch & improv at the Upright Citizen's Brigade and Second City. He has appeared on House Of Cards, The Affair, and American Genius. Artie is the co-creator of Super Crazy Funtime Variety Game Show Hour (TimeOut NY critic's pick). He won for Lead Actor in the drama In

For Business (SFA) and was nominated for Best Actor in A2Z: Black and White (NYCTVF & HHFF). His leading role in the sitcom Dad Day landed him on the cover of the NY Post and Indie Wire. Love to the cast, crew, my family, and friends.

Stehphanie LeHane


Stephanie LeHane NYC debut! Whaaat. Crazy. LA: "Shame of Thrones: The Musical" (Joffrey); "With...John Belushi" (Gilda). Sketch: Uninvited Guests @ Westside Comedy Theater. TV: "Laff Mobb's Laugh Tracks" (truTV). Currently: shidding and farding. IG: @stephanie.lehane, Twitter: @steph_lehane

Pantelis Kodogiannis is a graduate of Vassar College and UCLA Law School, and a founding member of The Renegade Theatre and Film Group in Hollywood. He began the study of his craft at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and recently completed a two-year 

Pantelis Kodogiannis


The Good, The Bad and the Fabulous (Hudson Guild Theater), Backyard/Desert (TADA! Theater), You Love That I’m Not Your Wife (Players Theatre), Fading Light (Iati Theater) & Bad Evidence (The Cell Theatre). For the camera, he has performed in a variety of projects, including a lead role in the Academy Award-winning short, The Compositor. He is delighted to be a part of this Off-Broadway premiere, having been an SNL fan (and occasional participant) for a long time. Happy Holidays!

Chelsea Clark

Chelsea Clark is excited to be part of this wonderful production and work with such a talented cast and crew. Chelsea is a NYC stage veteran, with well over 70 theater credits. She has performed in multiple lead roles, appearing at the NYC Fringe, through Manhattan Repertory Theatre

and at many other festivals and events. Equally at home with comedy or drama, her favorite roles include Sophia Schliemann/Helen of Troy in the off-Broadway production THE MAN WHO FOUND TROY, Jean Clemens at the Albright Knox Art Gallery’s ALBRIGHT in Buffalo, and Emma Quattleman in the Civil War period piece THE LIVING ROOM. Chelsea's first feature film, The Death of April, has been released domestically and internationally. Through the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), she has performed in recurring principal role Vera in Steven Soderbergh's THE KNICK, and as lead character Bobbi in Jimmy T. Martin’s comedic six-episode DEAD ON ACTING. Chelsea enjoys writing, and has written and produced a film and several monologues. She thanks you for coming today.

Nicolas DiPierro


Writer, actor, musician. Member of The Collective NY and Stillwater Writers. Contributor at Naked Angels' Tuesdays@9. Graduate of NYU Tisch DDW, and William Esper Studio. He 

currently lives in Brooklyn with the two senior cats he rescued and the one girlfriend he married. Instagram: @nicdnyc

Andrew Michael Kelly


Andrew Michael Kelly is making his off-Broadway debut in With a Little Help...It's John Belushi! Kelly has done television, film and voiceover. He has performed in the music video Dance to This, with Troye Sivan and Ariana Grande; in Blue Bloods with Tom Selleck; was lead actor in Nameless World, the runner up 

 “Most Disturbing Short Film for Independent Horror Awards” with the LA Indie Short Festival; and Night Feed, an animated short horror film by Emmy-nominated director David Schedler. A comedian by trade, Kelly has performed in numerous venues including Comic Strip Live, Gotham, Broadway Comedy Club, and New York Comedy Club. Kelly resides in New York City.

Adrian Davidson


Adrian Davidson is a stand-up comedian, sketch performer, actor, writer and improviser who has been writing and performing in NYC for over 10 years. He has been featured in numerous Off Broadway sketch comedy and monologue 

productions with The Actor's Project NYC. Adrian's writing and performances have also been featured on PIT TV on YouTube. Adrian was a finalist in stand-up comedy at the Harlem Comedy Festival and in monologue writing and performance at The Actor's Project NYC. He currently writes and performs with Bragging Rights Sketch Comedy at The Peoples Improv Theater and produces Barely Making It, a four year running stand-up show at The Creek and The Cave. Adrian grew up in São Paulo, Brazil and speaks fluent Portuguese.

intensive Meisner Technique Program at the Joanne Baron/D.W. Brown Studio. Most recently, he played the role of Feste in The Colonials production of "Twelfth Night" at the Miles Memorial Playhouse in Santa Monica, California, Ted Stryker in the production of "Airplane Live!" at the Hollywood Fringe Festival and Andreas in the internationally acclaimed film "The First Line" on Netflix. He is currently working as an associate producer of the documentary "The Greek Holocaust"

Keith Saltojanes


Keith is a current writer for National Lampoon and internationally touring comedian whose video sketches have been viewed over 100 million times on that internet thingy. He also holds the Guinness World Record for Longest  

Improv Show at 150 Hours- 7 days of little sleep that he'll never do again. When he's not writing or globetrotting, you can find Keith hanging out at the World Famous Magic Castle where he is a magician member. Bow Bow Bow.


IG @keithsaltojanes

Eric Michael Kochmer


Eric Kochmer is a dynamic filmmaker and director, while also holding the position of Head of 

Production at the acclaimed indie film production company, www.wemakemovies.org.

Alex Moore

Alex Moore (Lighting Designer) is a multi award winning New York based lighting designer, whose work encompasses Theatre, Dance, Music, Film/Video. Recent work includes Good Morning Miss America (Theatre 80 St. Marks), World Dance Festival (Manhattan Movement 

Ira Pfeffer


Ira Pfeffer began his career working as an award winning portrait, travel and fashion photographer based in NYC. Looking to change gears and explore new creative outlets Ira currently works in the world of movies, theatre and television as a set and production 

designer. Using his creativity and knowledge of sets and fabrication techniques is the cornerstone for both current and ongoing projects.

Megan Moore

Megan has performed an abundance of theatrical roles - both on and back stage - throughout the greater Philadelphia and New Jersey areas. She is thrilled to make her NYC (backstage) debut by supporting this delightfully fun and talented cast and team.

 Arts Center), The Flores Exhibits (TheFloresExhibits.org), Lincoln Center Theatre (The Vivian Beaumont Theater) Split Second (Theater 54) and for Ominous Men, technical direction of Scenic, Lighting, Sound and Projection (The Theater at the 14th Street Y). Future projects include Cross That River (Lone Tree Performing Arts Center). Instructed by Allen Hughes studies include The National Arts Consortium Design and Management Institute, Columbia University.

Beth Ann Mastromarino

Beth Ann is a natural autocrat who has found a way to monetize her officious tendencies. She holds a degree from New York University (we can’t get her to put it down, it’s a problem). For 

more than a decade she has specialized in Opera, Shakespeare, and low-brow comedy (…). Favorite roles include: Abigail in Abigail’s Party, Countess Atavanti in Tosca, Rosaline in Romeo & Juliet, and Anne Beatts in tonight’s production. When not herding cats backstage, Beth is a writer, a theatre and film producer currently in pre-production on a new comedy-horror feature, and performs Italian folk music. 

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