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A Few of Our Killer Clients




Dante Jayce (Rick Rockwell)
- Favorite NYC Theatre roles include Orin Scrivello, D.D.S. in Little Shop of Horrors (EPIC Players/Sheen Center), Claudius in Hamlet (Producers Club), and most recently, the lead, titular character in The Minotaur (American Theatre of Actors). Film/TV credits include: Shattered, JonTron, We Just Met, and The Raging Elephant. Dante is the current Legendary Action Wrestling Advantage Champion, lead singer of the rock band The Recordios, and recipient of the 2022 Dougie Award from the Flutie Foundation for his work teaching acting and stage combat to performers with developmental disabilities. He thanks Melissa, Momma, and everyone involved in creating Death at the Disco! Subscribe on YouTube, and follow on social media @DanteJayce

Greg Lakhan (Rameses) - is a performer, writer, and rapper born and raised in New York City. Hailing from Jamaica, Queens, Greg also releases albums and creates performance art under the name “Sir Gregolas”. He is an ensemble member of two downtown theater collectives: The New York Neo Futurists and The Fled. There he works to revolutionize the future of media through experimental storytelling, establishing spaces for radical equity (particularly for artists of color), and self improvement. His latest album “The Happy Place” is now on all music streaming platforms.

Jessica Morilak (Olivia Sparkles) -
is thrilled to be joining the Broadway Murder Mysteries Company for this disco-tastic who dunnit! Her most recent credits include G.C. in the premiere of Dirty Legal Secrets at the Saltland Theatre Festival and a company member in A Sketch of New York. She earned her Bachelors of Music from Manhattan School of Music. Thanks to Jake! @jess_morilak

Josh Romeo (Tony “The Tiger” Marino) -
is freshly graduated from Wagner College with a degree in Theatre Performance with a minor in art! Previous credits include The D'ysquith Family in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and Larry Foreman in The Cradle Will Rock at Wagner College. Last summer he worked at Mill Mountain Theater playing Curious George in Curious George and the Golden Meatball. He recently created his own improv show, The Josh Romeo Show, which just began it’s residency at The Players Theater! @thejoshromeoshow

Victoria Sasso (Penny Lane) -
earned their BFA in Acting from California State University, Fullerton in 2016 before moving to New York City, where they worked for six years on projects ranging from national tours to Shakespeare Festivals to musicals. They now split their time between NYC and London, having just completed an MA at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Most recently, Victoria devised and performed in an original piece, The Last Time I Saw Caileigh at the Coronet Theatre in Notting Hill. They also appear in the short film Finchley Lane, coming soon to Amazon Prime. Love to Mom, Dad and Cam!

Julieanna Stolley (Tina Queen) -
is overjoyed to be joining the Broadway Murder Mysteries Company! She recently graduated with her MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College. Some of her favorite credits include: Mrs. Givings in The Vibrator Play at Brooklyn College and Michael Scott in The Office! Who is the Scranton Strangler with Right Angle Entertainment. @julieannastolley

Samuel Van Wyk (Mark “The Shark” Hardstark) - is an actor/improvisor based out of NYC. He is a senior company member with New York Improv Theatre and Comedy Sportz NYC. Besides working as a performer and host with these companies, he also teaches corporate improv training. Favorite roles on stage include Hal in Proof, Malcolm in The Full Monty, and Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!

Krystal “K.C.” Wilson (Margot “The Mouth” Martinez) - is excited to join Broadway Murder Mysteries expanding her immersive wings. Before spending almost a year at the BIPOC Murder Mystery, The Art of Killin' It, she has always had a passion for… well mystery! A diverse theatre artist, Krystal is always exploring! You can follow her on IG for spooky time escapades beginning every October at @kcindamiddle. See you on the other side!


Sarah Sutliff (Co-Writer & Co-Director)
is a Brooklyn based actor, director, and theater maker. A graduate of Wagner College and the Atlantic Acting School, Sarah served as the founding Artistic Director of Rebel Playhouse from 2016 to 2020. She has been a company member with Drama Desk Nominated Immersive theater company Live in Theater since 2019, and has co-written four of their virtual theater offerings. She is also the Creative Director of What May Come Immersive, currently in residency at the historic Harry Packer Mansion, where she has written and directed three historically inspired site specific immersive offerings. Sarah currently serves as the Head of Talent Managment for Broadway Murder Mysteries. @safibole

Collin Blackard (Co-Writer & Co-Director) -
 specializes in interactive performances and immersive event development. Collin has performed, directed, and written interactive theater for over a decade. He was trained at the Second City Conservatory, iO Chicago, and the Strasberg Institute. He works with Drama Desk Nominated immersive theater company Live in Theater, and currently collaborates with event companies such as Game Night Out, Garden Streets, and What May Come Immersive. He has authored virtual immersive project Wrestle Wrally '86 and co-authored Mission Athena: SABOTAGED! for Live in Theater, and developed many more! Collin works in client relations for Broadway Murder Mysteries, and often assists in creative content development.

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