Meet the Cast

BRANDON EWALD (HANNAY) is pleased to be picking up the pipe and tweed again after appearing as Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps at the Acadia Repertory Theatre in Maine. A Minneapolis native, he has acted with The Jungle Theater, Mu Performing Arts, Park Square Theater, Theater Forever, Minnesota Jewish Theater, Classical Actor’s Ensemble and The Chicago Improv Festival. He received his training at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England, as well as at Augsburg College and the Brave New Workshop, both in Minneapolis. 

SANDRA STRUTTERS (ANNABELLA, MARGARET & PAMELA) recently appeared in Outside Mullingar at the Old Log Theatre in the Twin Cities. Other Twin Cities credits: Children’s Theatre, Pillsbury House, Frank, Ten Thousand Things, History Theatre, Park Square, Latte Da & MN Shakespeare Project. New York: Mint Theater, Studio 42, J City Theater, Magnet Theater, New Dramatists. Regional: Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Walnut Street, Baltimore Center Stage, ART, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Stage, Williamstown. Sandra also teaches storytelling and travels the world. MFA: ART/ Harvard. BA: Wesleyan U. 

CLARENCE WETHERN (CLOWN 1) Originally from New Orleans, his Twin Cities theatre credits include Park Square, Pillsbury House, Workhaus Collective, Old Log, Illusion, Theatre Pro Rata and Walking Shadow. Minnesota Monthly dubbed him an “Artist We Love” following his performance in the title role of Hamlet at Theatre in the Round. He has appeared in such independent films as the sci-fi/rom-com feature 2021, as well as award-winning shorts “Dinner Date” and “Vows”. He recently completed filming on the independent feature film Twin Cities and returns to the web series Theater People for its third season. Follow him on Twitter @cwethern. 

TYLER STAMM (CLOWN 2) is originally from Kewaskum, WI. Tyler received his theatre degree from Viterbo University. In the Twin Cities he has worked with the Public Theatre of Minnesota, Forgotten Goddess Productions, Bedlam Theatre, Heart of the Beast and Theatre Coup d’état. Tyler also is a set and mural painter, illustrator, director/producer, and as a substitute teacher. He would like to thank friends and family for all their love, support, and insight.