Woody Allen (Sid Munzinger)
Woody Allen is a well-known writer/actor/director. He has more than 75 writing credits and more than 50 directing credits. In “Crisis in Six Scenes,” Allen portrays Sid Munsinger, an ad copywriter who’d really rather be an acclaimed novelist like J.D. Salinger.
Miley Cyrus (Darlene “Lennie” Dale)
A native of Franklin, Tennessee, actress/singer/songwriter Mylie Cyrus is the daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus. She made her acting debut at the age of eight alongside her father in the Canadian series “Doc.” Two years later she played a small role in Tim Burton’s “Big Fish.” Then, in 2005, she was cast in the title role in the Disney series “Hannah Montana,” playing a teenager who led a double life as a pop star. The show was a hit, leading to hit records and sell-out tours, and made the young Mylie a major international superstar. Subsequent starring roles included Ronnie Miller in “The Last Song” and Lola in “LOL.” Miley has also appeared on such television shows as “A Very Murray Christmas,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and the...Read More
Elaine May (Kay Munsinger)
Comedy icon Elaine May is well known as both an actress and a writer. She teamed up with Mike Nichols, a fellow student at the University of Chicago, to redefine improvisational comedy as Nichols and May. Within weeks of moving to New York, the pair made their television debut and began touring the country doing their act of improvised conversations. One critic called them “the fastest humans.” “An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May” was a tremendous success on Broadway. The recording of the show, released under the same title, won a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Performance. Their fame grew quickly and, in 1962, performed at President John F. Kennedy’s birthday alongside Marilyn Monroe. After the Nichols and May act broke up, May began writing and directing for stage and...Read More
Rachel Brosnahan (Ellie)
A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rachel Brosnahan attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts in the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Brosnahan starred as Abby Isaacs in the television drama “Manhattan.” Additional film credits include the role of Genevieve Duchannes in “Beautiful Creatures” and the role of Bea Hansen in “The Finest Hours.”
John Magaro (Alan)
John Magaro appeared in “Unbroken,” the acclaimed drama about Olympian Louise Zamperini that was written by the Coen brothers and directed by Angelina Jolie. He also appeared in the award-winning “Carol,” starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. Magaro also appeared in “The Big Short,” the drama that explored the near-catastrophic housing bubble collapse of the mid-2000s.
Mark Zeisler (Narrator)
Becky Ann Baker (Lee)
Lewis Black (Al)
Max Casella (Barber)