Chelsea David is thrilled to be a part of Cool Apocalypse! Chelsea is a native of Louisiana and has appeared on Louisiana stages as Lisa Needham in The Glory of Living by Rebecca Gillman and Alcyone et al. in Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman, to name a few. She moved to Chicago two years ago to pursue acting and improv. She is currently attending classes at the Improv Olympic and is dancing with a small hip hop group in the city. She thanks Cool Apocalypse folks, her family and friends, and Bill for their incredible and irreplaceable support.
Nina is a recent graduate of Illinois State University where she studied Theatre with a focus in Acting. Her passion for theatre started when she was six-years-old and she started her professional career at American Girl Theatre years later right here in Chicago. Since then her favorite roles have included Callie in Stop Kiss and Young Woman in Machinal, which was done in London, England while studying abroad at Rose Bruford College. She is thrilled to be rejoining Chicago work with Cool Apocalypse.
Adam M. Overberg is very excited to be joining the cast of Cool Apocalypse. This is his first feature-length independent film and he could not be happier. Adam has spent the last three years in Chicago honing his craft in front of the camera and on the stage — including, most recently, in Nothing Special Productions’ The Most Ado: A Party Play. He would like to thank his family and friends for their constant support. And as always to Kelsey.
Kevin was born and raised in the Heart of Dixie, where the words “roll” and “tide” are sacred when used together in the correct order. He’s been living in Chicago for a little over two years. In that time he’s graduated from the Second City Conservatory for both improvisation and writing. He’s worked on independent films, short films, and a number of web series. Just in case anyone is worried whether or not he is a good guy, he is an avid Arsenal FC fan, so rest assured.
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Natalee Cooney is an Indianapolis native and holds a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and an MFA from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. She was a company member of the Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre for six years. She has also performed with the Indiana Shakespeare Company, Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre and was a lead actor at the Samuel Beckett Theatre Festival in Dublin, Ireland . She recently completed an internship with Thodos Dance Chicago and was a part of Commedia Beauregard’s Master Works Series, The Degas Plays.
Jeffrey Rubin has been acting in the Chicagoland area for the past 3 years. Such roles include Peter in Diary of Anne Frank (Metropolis), Anthony in Sweeney Todd (Devonshire), and most recently as Demetrius in Midsummer… (Citadel). His film credits include background extra in Divergent and the Train Gentlemen in World’s Worst Musical.