Renahy Aulani is a Meisner trained actress that just finished performing in the Hollywood production of Disinherit the Wind, a new take on the classic play Inherit the Wind. Although she has her sights set on film and television, she’s found great joy working in theatre. Her stage debut was in the musical Oliver! where she sang her heart out as one of Nancy’s girls, followed by an arthouse version of Shakespeare’s Othello. Renahy grew up playing basketball in the South Bay of California and ended up breaking a few records at Loyola Marymount. She was able to marry her love for basketball and film by doing a Nike campaign in 2016. Renahy is currently living in North Hollywood and working on a novel.



Chasen Bauer was born in raised in Los Angeles where he studied acting and international relations at USC School of Cinematic Arts. He is fortunate to have enjoyed a wide range of jobs and experiences, with charity work frequently keeping him busy in both California and Mexico. Chasen is also proudly involved with the Tim Robbins led theater project The Actors' Gang, which brings stage productions to underserved audiences. Most recently he can be seen as one of the stars in the 2016  feature film, Opening Night. 


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PJ started his acting career in New York City studying theater at famed acting studios: The Atlantic Theatre Company and The Actors Center with Yale University’s, acting head of the School of Drama, Ron Van Lieu.  His television credits include: Californication, Guiding Light, and As The World Turns.  He has acted in many indie film projects over the years playing a variety of different characters.  You can hear him as the narrator in Spike TV’s hit reality series, Bar Rescue which has recorded over 100 episodes in the past 5 seasons.  Currently, he is shooting the feature Spinning Man in Los Angeles, a thriller/noir which stars Guy Pearce, Pierce Brosnan, and Minnie Driver. PJ would like to thank his three beautiful girls, Lilah, Nairi, and Esmee Rose for their continuing love and support.