BRITTANY HAMMOCK was most recently seen as Beth in Hurricane Diane. Last season, she portrayed Casey in First Date and Woman 2 in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Before “The Great Quar”, she had the pleasure of playing Stella Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. Later that year, she was featured in Trustus’ on-demand viewing of The Thanksgiving Play (Alicia). In 2019, Brittany portrayed Jordan Baker in The Great Gatsby, Heather Chandler in Heathers: The Musical, and Amy in Company. For her work, she was subsequently honored with Jasper Magazine’s Theatre Artist of the Year Award. Other favorite past credits include The Restoration’s Constance (Constance Owen), Evil Dead (Annie), and Beauty & The Beast (Belle). When she’s not on the Trustus stage, you may see her gigging around town with local bands L.B.D. and Bout Tyme. A native of the sunshine state, she holds an A.A. in music performance from Northwest Florida State College and a B.A. in Theatre from the University of Florida. JONATHAN MONK has directed countless productions at Heathwood Hall, where he teaches theater during the day. His production of Asylum by Jerome McDonough was awarded Chapter Select Alternate at the SC International Thespian Festival in 2018. Other directing credits include Silence! the Musical at Trustus and assistant direction under Schele Williams for the Theatreworks NY tour of Cam Jansen. Trustus acting credits include First Date, Dance Nation, Heathers, Hand to God and Peter and the Starcatcher. Off-Broadway acting includes: Cam Jansen (Lamb’s Theatre), Junie B. Jones (Lucille Lortel Theatre), Max and Ruby (Lortel), Millicent Scowlworthy (The Beckett, Theatre Row). Off-Off Broadway includes: Forgetting to Remember (37th Samuel French OOB Play Festival winner), The Mystery of the Castle of the Monk of Falconara (The Monster Club), Like You Like It (NYMF, Theatre Row), The Red Box (Walkerspace/SoHo Rep). Regional credits include: History Boys (St. Louis Rep), Reality the Musical (Stamford CFA). Jonathan has been featured in national commercials for Pepsi, Kellogg’s and Crest. In 2012, he developed a one man clown show with Broadway vet Will Taylor, and has appeared at 54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama & TADA! in NYC, the Grange Hall in Martha’s Vineyard, the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, and Trustus Side Door & Indie Grits Puppet Slam in Columbia. BFA ’04, Carnegie Mellon University. Proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.