Get to know the astounding cast of the world premiere of THE CLUB - a new play by Chris Bohjalian - beginning performances at George Street Playhouse February 27th! 


Grace Experience (Marion Willows) Select theatre credits: Grounded (59E59), The Book of Will, The Thanksgiving Play, The Wolves, (Lyric Stage Company of Boston),The 39 Steps (Greater Boston Stage), Ellis Island (Regional Tour), Beardo (Pipeline), Beauty and the Beast (Berkshire Theatre Group), Constellations, Turn of the Screw (Middlebury Acting Co), Airness (Vermont Stage), Frankenstein (Cardinal Stage), Our Town (Heartwood Regional), Some People Hear Thunder (Capital Rep), The Jump Shot (The Windhover) and Midwives (George Street). She also tours with an ABBA Tribute Band and has been called “One of Our Finest Young Actresses" by The Armenian Weekly and “Simply Hilarious” by the Boston Globe.

Ryan George (Peter Kendricks) Ryan is a Miami raised, Brooklyn based artist. Theater credits include: Dorante in The Liar (Arvada Center), Asa Bedford in Midwives (George Street Playhouse), Trevor in The Play That Goes Wrong (Repertory Theater of St. Louis), Sam in Blues For An Alabama Sky (Barrington Stage). TV and Voice Over credits include: Law & Order: SVU and The Lesser Dead. He's humbled to be back at George Street working on another new play with Chris, David, and this wonderful cast. Love to his family, partner, friends, and team. Visit for more info!

Skyler Hensley (Olive Barrows) Skyler is excited to be making her George Street Playhouse debut! A proud attendee of the Atlantic Acting School, Skyler can be seen in the film Devil’s Hollow. Much love to Mom and Dad, Grayson, Jeff, Bryce, and Hayden. @skylerhensley

Ali Marsh (Anna Barrows) Ali is thrilled to return to George Street where she appeared in Proof and The Sisters Rosensweig. Other theater: The Commons of Pensacola (Manhattan Theater Club), The Butcher of Baraboo (Second Stage), Ridiculous Fraud (McCarter), As You Like It (Commonwealth Shakespeare), NY Stage and Film, Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey), 77% (MV Playhouse) and others. TV appearances include: Bull, Gypsy, The Affair, Girls, Odd Mom Out, The Path, In Plain Sight (series regular), Wet Hot American Summer, Nurse Jackie, Blue Bloods, Seinfeld, Chicago Hope, Rear Window, all iterations of Law & Order and others. Film: The Independent, How to Be Single, Rabbit Hole, The Ten, Mr. & Mrs Smith, Safe Men, Hysterical Blindness, Private Parts, The Mirror Has Two Faces and more. In real life, happily married to stage spouse Fred Weller.

Samaria Nixon-Fleming (Angela Kendricks) is excited to be making her George Street Playhouse debut! Broadway: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Lyric Theatre). Off-Broadway: Politically Correct (New World Stages). Selected Regional: The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-Time (Arts Center of Coastal Carolina); The Legend of Georgia McBride (Virginia Stage Company and Theaterworks CT); The Colored Museum (Kumble Theater); Smokey Joes Cafe (Hamilton Theater); Television includes: “Prodigal Son” (FOX); Wu-Tang An American Saga” (Hulu); “Evil”, “The Good Fight”, “Instinct”, “Madam Secretary” (CBS). She is a proud alumna of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. This performance goes out to her Mom, Dad, Solomon, and Josh who’ve supported her to no end! @Samaria_nixonfleming

Brendan Ryan (John Willows) Brendan is honored to be returning to George Street Playhouse, formerly in the educational touring company, making his debut on the Arthur Laurents stage. Brendan has performed nationally and internationally. Theater favorite roles: Da (Young Charlie), Au Pair Man (Eugene Title Role) Macduff (MacBeth) and West Side Story (Lt. Schrank) in Japan directed by David Saint. Television: Blacklist; The Punisher and One Life to Live. He is an active producer for Gorgeous Entertainment developing productions of The Karate Kid - The Musical, Working Girl (Cyndi Lauper, Theresa Rebeck) and The Pianist which premiered at GSP this season.

Fred Weller (Richard Barrows) Broadway: To Kill A Mockingbird; Mothers & Sons; Glengarry Glen Ross (Ensemble Drama Desk Award); Take Me Out (Drama Desk nomination); Seascape; The Rehearsal; The Little Foxes; Six Degrees of Separation. Off-Broadway & London: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Fulfillment Center; The Money Shot; Reasons to Be Happy (Lucille Lortel nomination); Still Life; In a Dark, Dark House; Some Men (Drama Desk nomination); Mother Courage & Her Children (with Meryl Streep); Take Me Out; The Shape of Things (Lucille Lortel nomination); The Country Club; Plunge; Curtains (Ensemble Obie Award). Regional: A View from the Bridge (dir. Ivo van Hove) & others. Film: BlacKKKlansman (Spike Lee); The Independent; When Will I Be Loved; The Shape of Things; Stonewall; & others TV: Mosaic (HBO); In Plain Sight (as Marshall Mann, 5 seasons); The Beach Boys (mini-series); & many guest spots. In real life, Frederick is happily married to stage spouse Ali Marsh.