Cora Vander Broek (website) has been seen on NBC’s Chicago Fire and will soon be seen on NBC’s upcoming pilot Love is a Four Letter Word. Her recent films include Where We Started (“It’s Vander Broek’s show; she’s damn good.” -LA Weekly) and the upcoming Blur Circle, which is currently in post-production. Cora has also worked extensively in theaters in Chicago and throughout the country. Recent Chicago credits: The Mousetrap (Northlight Theatre); Hank Williams: Lost Highway (American Blues Theatre); Luck of the Irish and Madagascar (Next Theatre); All My Sons (TimeLine Theatre); Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Steppenwolf Theatre); Dead End (Griffin Theatre, Jeff Citation Nominee - Actress in a Supporting Role); Book of Days (After Dark Award - Actress in A Principal Role) and The Seagull (Raven Theatre). Recent regional credits: In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play (Actors Theatre at Louisville and Milwaukee Repertory); Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Doubt, and A Christmas Carol (Indiana Repertory); Heartbreak House (Montana Shakespeare in the Parks). Cora is proud graduate of Northwestern College in Iowa and The School of Steppenwolf in Chicago. She is represented by Big Mouth Talent.
Kris Kling (website) can be seen in the upcoming films Fan Girl, H. (Official Sundance Selection), and Maybe There’s a Tree, which he also helped produce. Previous on-screen work includes: Banshee, Law & Order: SVU, Mystery Team, Sky People, and Tully. His stage work includes Gnit (Actors Theatre of Louisville – Human Festival), Lathem Prince (PS 122), and Enjoy (59E59 – NY Times Critic’s Pick), among many others. Health Insurance, a play he wrote and directed, won the Avant Garde award at the United Solo Festival in NYC in 2014. Kris is a graduate of Northwestern College, IA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London.
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