A Caldera Studios Production
Show art by Caitlin Hoilman
ABOUT THE SHOW
Dr. Edison Tucker is having a very weird life. Not being able to die tends to color things that way. Lucille Kensington is the literary scene’s biggest enigma. That’s just the way she likes it. When the pair find themselves sharing a cabin in the strangest town in America— Jerusalem, OR— they’re prepared for a housemate situation from hell. What they’re not expecting is tidings of a stranger sort: Ed is the antichrist, Lucy her guardian angel, and if they can’t find a way to work together soon, the rapture is set to take first the town, then the world… but neither of them know that yet. Welcome to Jerusalem, OR, where what doesn’t kill you is just another mystery.
- SNEAK PEEK
- SEASON 2 Q&A
- EPISODE 9
- EPISODE 10
- EPISODE 11
- EPISODE 12
- EPISODE 13
- EPISODE 14
- EPISODE 15
- EPISODE 16
- EPISODE 17
- EPISODE 18
- S'WINTER SPECIAL
- MINISODE 1
- MINISODE 2
- SEASON 1 BLOOPERS
- MINISODE 3
- STARFALL CROSSOVER
- THE AMELIA PROJECT CROSSOVER
- MINISODE 4
- MINISODE 5
- MINISODE 6
CAST AND CREW
Kit Addams (they/them) - Sensitivity Reader/Editor
Kit Addams is a sensitivity reader regarding topics of disability. They are an enthusiast of ginseng ficus trees, various rodents, and fiction podcasts.
Damon Alums (he/him)- Daniel Cotter
Damon is an African American voice actor, working out of his professional home studio. He has used his award-winning talents in commercials for major Fortune 500 companies, audiobooks & e-learning, well-known independent video game franchises, documentaries, and intros for some of the most talented voices in radio. Check out his website here
Llewyn Ashton (he/they)- Judas Iscariot
Llewyn Ashton is an "actor" and used to the stage, but is running into other mediums kicking and screaming. They're extremely grateful to be a part of WtSF!
Lucy Brown (she/her) - Writer/Editor, Molly Dane
Lucy Brown is a twenty-two year old Theatre student from California. She is the voice of Molly Dane and the show’s script editor, as well as the co-writer of season 2 onward.
Brad Colbroock (he/they) - McKenzie
Brad Colbroock is a SoCal podcaster and sound designer with a passion for audio storytelling. They help run Parazonium Podcasts and the Audio Drama Shadow Network, as well as developing immersive soundscapes for Sector Ø, Crime Scene Arcanum, and many other fine audio dramas involving ghosts, magic, spaceships and too many footsteps. You can find Brad at his website.
Mike Cuellar (he/him) - Lion
Mike Cuellar is a stage and voice actor, podcaster, and audiobook narrator from Kennesaw, Ga. Currently, he can be heard as the host and narrator of The Weird Tales Podcast: weekly readings of weird fiction, horror, and occasionally, sci-fi.
Christina Costello (she/her)- Huma Quince
Christina is a mixed Lebanese Middle Eastern and Disabled voice actor with a love of bringing projects to life. Having the opportunity to represent her background in our project, has truly brought her joy. She has worked on projects such as Genshin Impact, Mobile Legends, Path to Nowhere, and more. Like her character, Christina also enjoys cooking (and can be a lot to handle in the kitchen for those assisting her). She’s so excited for you to hear our project!
Cherish Dean (she/her) - Vice Principal Sier
Cherish Dean is a student currently based in Ann Arbor, MI studying organizational studies and writing. With a lifelong interest in video games and writing, she's currently trying her hand at twine stories, but voice acting is another interest she just can't pass up. A renaissance woman skewed towards the arts, she's always driven to learn and experiment!
Charleston “Charles” Eris (he/him) - Writer/Editor
Charleston Eris is the co-writer of the first season of Where The Stars Fell, which is also his first experience writing for an audio drama. He resides in the Pacific Northwest, and looks forward to applying the skills he gained while writing for the show in other fields.
Max Fleischhacker (he/him) - B.B. Tine
Max Fleischhacker is an actor, voice actor, and musician known for his large repertoire of accents and musical instruments. He is often found acting on the stage, but has appeared in a few short films and other projects.
Rhys Geistman (he/it) - Linus Whickman
Rhys Geistman is a trans Scottish writer/actor/comedian. He also voices Finn in Quoth The Raven Queen. He holds a National Certificate in Acting & Performance from Edinburgh College.
Brian David Gilbert (he/him)- Jesus Christ
Brian David Gilbert is a writer and performer best known for his strange internet videos. You can check out his work on his YouTube channel.
Kiera Gill (she/her) - Mama Gabe
Kiera Gill is an actor located in Central California. Previous projects include voicing Trinculo in Bakersfield College’s production of The Tempest, and working backstage as a General Technician Intern for Barrington Stage Company. She loves plays, reading, and her cats.
Artemis Zara Gültekin (she/her) - Philippa Coolidge
Artemis Zara Gültekin is an actress/voice actress, playwright, and singer, who also loves playing the violin and dancing. She is from Ankara, Turkey, and is based in NYC, in her final year at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where she majors in Drama (Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, Stonestreet Studios, The Classical Studio). She likes doing everything from Shakespeare to comic dubs, and is grateful to be a part of the WTSF family! You can reach out to her about voiceover work here!
John Hardcastle (he/him) - Thomas Lincoln
John Hardcastle is a stage performer and Resident Himbo. He has been in a handful of performances and hopes to be in more! You can reach him here.
Madelyn Harvieux (she/her) - Lucille "Lucy" Kensington
Madelyn Harvieux is an actor, programmer, and doodle enthusiast. In addition to voice acting, she enjoys puzzles, writing, midnight baking, and spoiling her dog. She is currently pursuing her degree in Computer Science at the University of Minnesota.
Alex Hernandez (he/him)- Victor Reyna
Alex is a voice actor based in California with a passion for storytelling. After dealing with difficulties and setbacks, Alex has been an active and hardworking voice over artist for the past 6 years. On his free time, Alex likes to venture out and explore, and also enjoys photography and filmmaking.
Sahar Iman (they/them) - Sufi Shirvan
Sahar Iman is a writer and voice actor based in Boston, Massachusetts. They have been writing for about 17 years, and have participated in voice acting projects online since 2013. When not writing or performing, they can be found as a variety streamer on Twitch. For more information about their work, please visit their website
Aiya Islam (he/him) - Jake
Aiya is a writer from Toronto and enjoyer of many things, including but not limited to narratives that approach lexical gaps, psychologically dissectable social forces, incidental historical occurrences, and foreign rap music.
ItMe! (any pronouns)- Florence
ItMe! is a writer, VA, and unwilling sound designer. They are the creator of InCo a space opera about a boy found in space and the information courier who saves his life. You can find their written work in Greater Boston, Someone Dies in this Elevator, and their voice sprinkled through various audio dramas such as Inn Between, Joy to the World, and InCo.
Karim Kronfli (he/him) - Metatron
Karim has been a professional performer for over 25 years, originally working as a juggler and firebreather. With plays and film added to his professional repertoire Karim now loves directing as much as performing. Trained at City Lit in London, he eventually got introduced to working behind the microphone at BFBS. Specialising in audio drama, he has appeared in several shows such as Unseen, What’s the Frequency, The Magnus Archives, SCP Archives, Liberty: Tales From the Tower and many more.
Aidan Mecchi (he/him) - Demon
Aidan Mecchi is a life-long performer of all sorts. He is a voice actor and singer. Be it vocally through acting, or physically through cosplay, he loves to adopt an endless array of characters! He was recently in the audio drama LOUISE where he played Baker.
Daniel Millhouse (he/him)- Raphael
Daniel Millhouse (he/him) is thrilled to be joining Where the Stars Fall this season! Previous acting credits include - Chicago Theatre: Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, The Shakespeare Project of Chicago, ShawChicago, A Crew of Patches, Remy Bumppo, and The Second City Training Center. Regional Theatre: Michigan Shakespeare Festival, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theatre, and Great River Shakespeare Festival. Film/TV: Chicago Fire. Motion Capture: Call of Duty Video Game Franchise. Podcasts: The Vanishing Act, Fawx and Stallion, and The Onion’s The Topical. Education: MFA in Acting/Directing - University of Wisconsin-Madison; BS - Eastern Michigan University. Daniel is an Assistant Professor at the College of DuPage, a proud member of AEA, and is represented by Big Mouth Talent. Check out more information on his website
Damitri Mullens (he/him) - Dr. Russel Stone
Damitri Mullens is a musician and gamer with a passion for acting.
Kiana Nguyen (she/they) - Francis
Kiana Nguyen is a Boston-based student, artist, and theme party connoisseur. They love telling stories, comics and cartoons, and foraging. Talk to them about children's science fiction media any time.
Leyla Nikfarjam (she/he) - Maggie Quince
Leyla Nikfarjam is a student at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He shares Maggie's passion for reading and fantasy epics, and thinks that if you like the latter, you should watch Code Geass. You can find his writing here.
Tyler Petty (he/him) - Composer
Tyler Petty grew up in a small town in Arkansas, and has been playing piano for about five years. He’s written and recorded his own songs and sung on stage; now he can add that he has recorded music for a podcast. He typically sticks to rock, specifically prog rock, but loves branching out in his style. In addition to keys, he also sings and dabbles in guitar.
Sarah Price (she/her)- Primavera "Prim" Inkwyrm
Sarah Price is an actor, voiceover artist, writer, and comedian based in Chicago. She plays Augie Eckhardt on The Vanishing Act, for which she won an Audio Verse Award for Best Leading Role in a New Audio Production (in 2020) and is a frequent guest on the podcast BDE || Big Disney Energy. Sarah is a staff writer for Good Evening with Pat Whalen, Chicago's only late-night talk show, and her first pilot, Sick As F+ck, was a semi-finalist in the 2021 Shore Scripts Pilot Competition. She is the creator of the comedy show The Missy. As an actor, she's worked with over a dozen theatre companies in Chicago, including Goodman Theatre, Court Theatre, and Steep Theatre. www.sarahpricechi.com
Oli Reedy (he/they) - Caitlyn
Oli Reedy is a mechanical engineer from Ohio with a creative heart. In their free time they enjoy drawing, writing, gaming, and telling stories. As their passion for audio dramas has grown exponentially over the past year, they are looking forward to working on this production and hopefully other projects like this in the future. You can find them on Twitter here.
Newton “Newt” Schottelkotte (they/them) - Showrunner, Director, Sound Designer, Dr. Edison "Ed" Tucker
Wearing more hats than some would say is humanly conceivable, Newt Schottelkotte is the creator of Where the Stars Fell. Based in the Nashville area and crafting audio dramas since their first show, Inkwyrm, Newt enjoys getting outdoors and attempting to be funny on Twitter. You can find their website here.
Steve Shell (he/him)- Joe Tucker
Steve Shell grew up in Wise County, VA right by Bear Creek Reservoir on top of Coeburn Mountain. For 29 years Steve lived and wrote in those mountains while completeing two BAs at the University of Virginia's College at Wise in Mass Communications and English Literature. Steve is the co-creator and Narrator of Old Gods of Appalachia, an award-winning horror anthology audio drama, and produces The Knowne World Bardcast, a podcast focused on the music and oral traditions of medieval reenactors.
Matthew O.K. Smith (he/him) - Dorian
Matthew O.K. Smith is a producer, writer and voice actor from the Republic of Ireland. He is currently showrunning the horror podcast Neighbourly, as well has moderating for the disability and chronic illness community Twitch channel DoItOurselves. Matthew is passionate about ants, Irish history, and alternative fashion.
Kyle Street (he/him) - Mike Elle
Kyle Street is twenty two years old and graduating from Middle Tennessee State University this year with a BS in Theatre. He plays the role of Mike Elle in Where the Stars Fell. He is very excited about the role and hopes to be in similar projects in the future.
Eden Summer (they/she)- Ezekiel
Eden Summer is an actor and theatre artist based in Los Angeles County. They began their journey in the theatre world by studying classical ballet and many other forms of dance as a youngster. Since then, they have worked as a choreographer, director, actor, and children’s performing arts instructor. When not engaging in theatre-related activities, Eden enjoys making coffee, making art, and making trips to the library.
Lauren Grace Thompson (she/her)- Guest Writer, Season 3
Lauren Grace Thompson is an actor, writer, podcaster, dialect coach, producer, and all-around audio drama enthusiast. She serves as producer, co-director, and co-writer on her shows, Fawx & Stallion and The Vanishing Act. Audio drama voice acting credits include: That Vampire Show (Kat), Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason (Gayle), Young Leif from Midnight Burger (Young Bertbert), Where the Stars Fell (Alternate Mike), The Pasithea Powder (Dir. Moon), Voiders (Artemis), and Forgive Me! (Dame Judi Dench).. She is also a theatre actor with credits at Utah Shakespeare, Montana Shakespeare, and Michigan Shakespeare. Website
Jeremy Thompson *(he/him)- Sam Wiley
Jeremy Thompson is a regional theatre actor and educator based out of Chicago. He has performed at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Island Shakespeare Festival, Idaho Repertory Theatre, and Book-It Repertory. He is a company member with the theatre troupe Midsommer Flight in Chicago. He also voices Hampton Fawx on the podcast Fawx and Stallion. You can find him on Instagram @ jeristophanes
Kieran Walsh (he/him) - Castiel
Kieran Walsh is a voice actor/comedian from Waterford, Ireland. Most notably Kieran has appeared in the audiodramas Wake Of Corrosion as Professor Ryan, and the award nominated The Green Horizon. Most recently he has been working on hosting and producing his own podcast, ‘Reeling In Your Ears’, and has collaborated with many different projects bringing his unique yet thick Irish accent to the world of audiodramas!
Marnie Warner (she/her) - Elsie Henley
Marnie Warner is a Chicago based actor. She can be heard in such audio dramas as The Way We Haunt Now, Seen and Not Heard, Me, My Demon and I, Georgie Romero is Done For, and Dreambound, among many others. When not voice acting, she can be seen on local stages, mostly in musical theater. When not doing that, you can probably find her reading, visiting Disney parks, or searching for the perfect piece of toast.
Donna Xia (she/her)- Laura Cotter
Donna Xia is a Chinese-American voice actress based in Washington, D.C. Other than performance, she loves being a data scientist, playing video games, and doing improv at her local theatre. You can find her on Twitter here, where she tweets about the wondrous life she lives both inside and outside of the booth.
Lindsay Zana (she/her) - Heighlee Stein
Lindsay is an actor and singer with a love of Shakespeare, mysteries, and strange happenings, which makes her quite excited to be joining Where the Stars Fell. You can hear her on podcasts such as Arden, Primordial Deep, Crit Squad, Vacant Arcadia, Dining in the Void, and more! When she's not emoting behind a microphone, she can usually be found singing with the a capella group Top Shelf Vocal, walking her pup Winston, or belting show tunes in her apartment. For more information, feel free to visit her website
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- The End