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The Cast of

Grace Note

Paul Thomas Arnold 

Paul is an American, SAG/AFTRA actor who was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Paul studied theater and received his Master's degree at Concordia University.Paul has also served in real world interactions in the U.S. military, law enforcement (LAPD) and other first responder careers. Paul continues to work in feature films, including The Last Scout, The Phoenix Incident, Classroom 6, The Class Analysis, Tales of the Unknown, Puppet Master X, and others, as well as television which included Conan O'Brien's episodic comedy, Eagleheart. Paul has also starred in numerous stage plays; Home, Dysfunctional Family Christmas, You Love That I'm Not Your Wife, The Fourth Wiseman, See How They Run, and Are You Now, Or Have You Ever Been? and many more.

Jennifer Novak Chun

Jennifer is an actress, professional Cellist, and writer. She has performed on TV and in commercials in such iconic roles as ‘Enraged Bride,’ and ‘Baby Killer.’ Her recent favorite theater roles were ‘Pig Cellist’ in Zombie Joe’s Urban Death, the high strung ‘Mrs. O’Reilly’ in Unbound Production’s The Doll, and the ‘Nun Who Gets her Face Ripped’ off in Wicked Lit 2013. She owes a huge debt of gratitude to the reparatory companies that shaped her career: Psychic Visions Theater, Killer Entertainment, and Imagination Company.

Courtney Drumm

Courtney has always been lured by the storytelling powers of theater and it’s direct ability to touch people’s lives in an intimate way.

This is her first professional production with Chapman University and is excited for the opportunity to work with such a dynamic company of rebels.

Ian Heath 

Originally hailing from the Midwest, his time in Los Angeles has involved being everything on stage from a murderous detective to an amorous mortician to a (literal) piece of art. Ian most recently appeared at Zombie Joe's Underground in the 2015 production of Urban Death.

Tyler Koster


This is Tyler's first year at OC-Centric and he couldn't be more excited. His previous credits include Othello, Attack of the Rotting Corpses and Love Sucks, all at Zombie Joe's Underground. He'd like to thank his family and friends for all of their support!

Roger K. Weiss

Roger has been acting on local stages for more than 30 years.  He has recently been seen at the Long Beach Playhouse (Of Mice & Men), Cabrillo Playhouse (Sylvia, Inspecting Carol), Camino Real Playhouse (Our Town,  Hospitality Suite), Huntington Beach Playhouse(The Odd Couple), and Zombie Joe’s Underground (Urban Death, Blood of Macbeth, Turbo Tartuffe – L.A. Weekly Theatre Award nominee), where he wrote and directed the critically-acclaimed adaptation of The Hypochondriac.

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