The Cast of
Candice M. Clasby
Candice was born and raised in Southern California. She considers herself a SLASH Artist: Director/Actor/Choreographer/Producer/
Vocalist/Professor and has been seen on and off theatrical stages all around OC and Los Angeles Counties. Most recent performance credits include: Rent (Maureen), Hair (Dionne), Cabaret (Sally Bowles), Great American Trailer Park Musical (Lin). Special thanks go out to the whole OC-Centric Production Team, especially to Angela Cruz for her direction and trust.
Bill is excited to be cast as Eamon Gallagher in the OC-Centric production of Celtic Knot. This is his second production with OC-Centric and his theatre credits include: To Kill a Mockingbird (Bob Ewell), Witness for the Prosecution (Inspector Robert Hearn), Cat On a Hot Tin Roof (Dr. Baugh), Miracle on 34th Street (Kris Kringle/Santa Claus), The Diary of Anne Frank (Hermann van Daan), And Then There Were None (Dr. Edward Armstrong), and Doubt (Father Brendan Flynn). Bill also works as a background actor in television and film.
Talia Goodman is a senior BFA Theater Performance Major in Chapman University's College of Performing Arts program. She is technically trained in Shakespeare, Meisner technique, and the Stanislavsky system. Recent productions include: Love's Labours Lost, The Children's Hour, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, and Thoroughly Modern Millie.
David Edward Reyes
David Edward Reyes asserts life as theater experience because "All the world's a stage". Yet, the phrase excuses him to dress outlandish and claim it as "research". On stage, has David performed in Geezers at the Huntington Beach Playhouse and several original plays in L.A.
Ramon is currently studying theatre and acting at California State University of Fullerton. He is very excited to broaden his experience as a new actor and join the OC-Centric New Play Festival. He hopes you enjoy the work he has been fortunate to be a part of and witness his newly found passion for theatre.
(Moira, Mother’s Ghost)
This is Lisa's second performance at OC-Centric. She has performed in several plays in Orange County. She recently co-starred in Married with Secrets for Investigation Discovery channel.
Isabelle Hu started her acting career in 2016, and did many commercial and print projects. She was also the emcee for different film festivals in Southern California, and she is a Guzheng (Chinese harp) player and a Mandarin voice-over artist. She received her M.A. degree from the University of Southern California (USC) and her M.S. degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Diana is fairly new to acting and currently trying to attain a major in Theatre Arts. She has worked on short films but this will be her first theatre production and so far she’s loving the experience.
Calvin Tong is a U.S. Army combat veteran who has changed careers to pursue acting. He has performed in a short film, Colored Hearts, which has been featured in multiple film festivals, and has modeled for Fabric of America. This is his first theater production and he is greatly honored to be a part of this play.