The house at the end of the street is deserted now. Mostly.
Today's episode, Cul-de-Sac, was written by Michael Bonnabel, and performed by winner of the Best Halloween Surname Award, Linda Graves.
Linda Graves (not just her Halloween name!) recently retired as the Interim Director of the Haugh Performing Arts Center at Citrus College. She is thrilled to be able to return to acting: on-camera, live, and voiceover. She is a proud member of Theatre of NOTE in Hollywood. Linda is also attempting to learn Italian, Yoga, and T’ai Chi.
Michael Bonnabel is an LA based writer/actor. Performances include Asher Hartman’s mythic “Sorry, Atlantis” at Machine Project, “Bob's Holiday Office Party," at the Atwater Village Theatre, Ken Roht’s “Miss Julien” at the MorYork Gallery and “Synesthesia” at The Bootleg Theater. The Bootleg is also where Michael premiered his solo play "The Good Boy," which moved to the Los Angeles Theatre Center and eventually had an Off-Broadway run at The Abingdon Theatre in New York. Film and TV appearances include “The Linguini Incident,” with Marlee Matlin and David Bowie.
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