Grace (she/her) first fell in love with Hundred Days in 2017 when she saw it on New Years Eve in New York City. She is ecstatic to be on the team for Chicago’s premiere production. Since graduating from Northwestern University in 2019, Grace has especially enjoyed working with Porchlight Music Theatre, Lifeline Theater, and now Kokandy! You can find her band, The Fisher Cats, anywhere you stream music. Repped by Shirley Hamilton. Always for Tessa.


David (he/him) is excited to be making his Kokandy debut with such a killer cast and show! Selected past credits include: Hello Again, Most Happy Fella (Theo Ubique), Southern Gothic (Windy City Playhouse), Anything Goes, Pirates of Penzance (Music Theater Works), Arnie the Doughnut (Lifeline Theatre), and Tug of War: Civil Strife (Chicago Shakespeare Theater). Represented by Big Mouth Talent.


Lucas (he/him) is a French/American actor, drummer, writer, producer who holds a BFA from The Chicago College of Performing Arts. He was in the 2020 production of Hundred Days that was closed due to Covid-19 and couldn’t be happier to be behind the drum set again. Some past projects include: Theatre – Peter and the Star Catcher (Big Noise Theatre), Write B!**h (Snack Shack Production), Murdering Macbeth (Fearless Fiction Productions). Film – Lacy’s Christmas Do-Over (Golan Productions), The Big Leap (FOX), and Write B!tch (Snack Shack Productions). He is proudly represented by DDO Artist Agency. He’d like to thank his family and friends here and overseas for the endless support. Spread Love.


Royen (he/him) is thrilled to return to this production of Hundred Days, while also studying speech-language pathology at Northwestern. He rejoins Kokandy Productions after performing in The Full Monty in 2015; recent credits include Hello Again (Theo Ubique), Emma (Lifeline Theatre), and Hatfield & McCoy (House Theatre of Chicago). He performs in drag as Jenn der Fach and recently designed wigs for Matilda the Musical at Highland Park Players. Gratitude to the creative team and to Parker.


Emilie (they/them) is thrilled to be back in the Hundred Days world. This show kept them afloat during the pandemic, and they hope that you feel as connected to it as they do. Most recently Emilie has appeared in Kentucky (The Gift Theatre), In The Blood (Red Tape Theatre), and the upcoming feature film Christmas Is Cancelled premiering this holiday season. Grateful for the band, my family, and my loves. Proudly represented by DDO Chicago.


Alec (he/they) is deeply honored to be telling this story with Kokandy Productions! He was last seen working with Lifeline Theatre on a musical adaptation of the children’s book, Neither, and continues to seek out stories that reject binaries and celebrate the complexities of life. Alec is an ensemble member with Pop Magic Productions, Prop Thtr, and Red Tape Theatre.


Brennan (he/they) has recently appeared in: The Tempest (Oak Park Festival); Belly up (Jackalope Theatre); Fragmented (Our Perspective); Peter and the Starcatcher (Big Noise Theatre); The Rover, Two Gentlewomen (Lakeside Shakespeare); Baby with the Bathwater (Eclipse Theatre); Brennan earned a BFA in Acting from the Chicago College of Performing Arts. All the love to my family, friends, and mentors; thanks for your endless support. Proudly represented by Paonessa Talent.


Mel (she/her) is overjoyed to be returning to Hundred Days. During the last year and a half, she performed in virtual productions of Area 33 and Much Ado About Nothing (Scenic City Shakespeare), appeared in numerous commercials, and adopted another dog. Outside of Hundred Days, you can find Mel and her instruments playing music at Bubbles Academy. Love to Quinn, Jane, and Lola!