Trish has had more than 10 years of professional writing experience in journalism and corporate communications, but after she hit 30, she realised the clock was ticking on living her dreams. This led her to Sydney Theatre School, where she completed a Diploma of Arts (Acting). Since graduating, she has taken a devised comedy show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which sold out and received rave reviews.
Trish plays ‘Dalia’, a warm ex-SAHM, with a surprisingly grubby sense of humour.
Alison, an Australian actress born to Irish parents, spent her childhood between Sydney and Ireland. She studied Fine Arts Acting at QUT in Brisbane, Australia and upon graduating received the Jennifer Blocksidge Award for ‘Most Outstanding Actor’.
She made her debut on Australian soap opera ‘Home and Away’, followed by guest star roles on ‘Penny Dreadful’ and History Channel’s ‘Vikings’.
Alison portrays ‘Charlie’, a “perfection in a power suit” lawyer.
Sarah de Possesse
For her breakout performance as Steph in the award-winning, international hit series ‘Starting From…Now’, Sarah won Best Actor (Female) at the 2016 Indiepossible International Film Festival and Best Supporting Actress at the 2015 NYC Web Fest. Her screen credits include ‘Channelling The Echo’, ‘Pretend’, ‘The Women Who Were Never There’, ‘Rip’ and ‘The Move’. Sarah is also a filmmaker and founder of Catch That Wave Productions.
Sarah is the intelligent, goofy and chronically single schoolteacher, Bianca.
Prudence is an accomplished actor and singer whose credits include ‘The Girlie Show’ as part of the 2016 Mardi Gras Festival, as well as Squabbalogic’s critically acclaimed Australian premiere of ‘Carrie The Musical’ (Chris Hargensen). She has appeared in ‘Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens’, ‘Those the River Keeps’, and ‘As you like it’. Prudence is also a regular in the Sydney music scene.
Prudence brings the bad-ass, cynical journalist ‘Anna’ to life.
(L-R) Tricia-Lyn Morosin, Prudence Holloway, Leah Pellinkhof, Sarah de Possesse & Alison McGirr
Leah Pellinkhof is an award-winning writer and director whose films include ‘Kenosis Kiss’, ‘Count The Ways’, ‘Chook and Maureen’, as well as the web series ‘Queers Land’.
A NIDA and AFTRS grad, Leah is proudly the Co-Artistic Director of the Queer Film Collective and is passionate about telling stories that represent the beautiful diversity that exists in the culture and subcultures of Australia.