Kari Lebby, Catherine Hunsinger, Seth Brock Bakari (Kari) Lebby Bakari (Kari) Lebby (Bass guitar/Vocals) is a process-based multidisciplinary director and performer, focusing on collaborative design and aesthetic unity and dramaturgical character study, with a penchant for subverting form and expectations to provoke American audiences to engage in actionable discourse. Kari retains a MFA in Directing from The New School (2022) and a BA in Theatre from the University of South Carolina (2013). Recent directing credits include IS GOD IS (The New School), WORLDS MELT (The New School), SUNSET BABY (Trustus Theatre), SOME GIRL(S) (Workshop Theatre), and a reading of DON’T LOOK BLACK (Tennessee Playwrights Studio). Catherine Hunsinger Catherine Hunsinger (Cello/Vocals) After a five year break from her first love of theatre with nearly fifty productions under her belt, Catherine is thrilled to return to the stage in a format that marries new love with old. In her time away, Catherine jumped into the world of live music headfirst, establishing two bands (“Rex Darling”, indie pop mad girl, and “A La Mids,” folk Americana sad girl) and joining ranks with Charlie Boy. Her favorite singer/songwriter moment was opening for international star of silliness and loopery, Marc Rebillet, in 2021. She remains a studio cellist at The Lab (Chas), and can be heard singing, bowing, and strumming on a number of regional albums. She thanks Chad Henderson for bringing her back to theatre twice now and for trusting her with this most challenging art. Taylor Diveley Taylor Diveley (Shaun Bengson/Acoustic guitar) is excited to be part of the SC premiere of HUNDRED DAYS. He attended the University of South Carolina and Coastal Carolina University studying Vocal Performance. Since moving back to Columbia in July 2022, Taylor has been seen on Workshop Theatre’s stage in KINKY BOOTS (Charlie), TORCH SONG (Alan), and A CHORUS LINE (Don); and the Columbia Children’s Theatre’s stage in A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Ghost of Christmas Past). In addition to being on the stage, Taylor has several other roles behind the scenes. He is the music director for Workshop’s upcoming summer production of FINDING NEMO JR and he is part of Workshop’s educational team. Taylor also plays music gigs professionally around the Carolinas.