A Steady Rain Creative
Susannah Hough is an actor, director, producer, voice-over artist, teacher, and Co-Artistic Director of Honest Pint Theatre Co. in Raleigh, NC. She hails from CA but has called Raleigh home for more than 25 years. A sampling of her stage work includes: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Blanche) for which she won a Best Lead Actress award from Stage SceneLA after the pandemic closed the show early in 2020, ANNAPURNA (Emma), THE HERD (Carol), ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE (Louise), LOST IN YONKERS (Bella), HAMLET (Gertrude), ROMEO AND JULIET (Lady Capulet), TWELFTH NIGHT (Maria), OUR TOWN (Mrs. Gibbs), THE GRAPES OF WRATH (Ma Joad), BODY AWARENESS (Phyllis), SUPERIOR DONUTS (Randy), DANCING AT LUGHNASA (Kate), and DEAD MAN WALKING (Lucille Poncelet). Susannah directed THE NIGHT ALIVE, THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY, THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE, and THE METROMANIACS for Honest Pint. She has appeared in short films as well as numerous national commercials and industrials. Training: BFA in Drama from the University of California, The American Conservatory Theater. For a complete resume go to: www.susannahhough.com
Stage ManagerKat Ferrell
Kat is excited to join Honest Pint for her 5th show! She was not seen most recently as Assistant Stage Manager for Theatre In The Park’s production, Let the Right One In. Previous shows with Honest Pint include: The Legend of Georgia McBride, The Metromaniacs, Small Mouth Sounds, and Away Home. She has worked as a stage manager and sound designer throughout North Carolina for the past ten years.
Lights and SoundAnthony Buckner
Anthony has always had a passion for lights and all things electrical. At the wee old age of 1 his very first words were 'Light On' while standing on a chair flipping the lights on and off. As he got older his passion has only grown to bigger, brighter lights and 220-volt electricity. Since moving to Raleigh in 2008 he has worked with NC State University Theatre, NRACT, Cary Players, l.i.t, Women's Theatre Festival, Tin Pan Players, Sotto Voce Theatre, and Sonorous Road Theatre.
Keith Huff's notable theater productions include A Steady Rain (Broadway, w/Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig, directed by John Crowley), Big Lake Big City (Lookingglass Theater, directed by David Schwimmer), The Detective’s Wife (Writers Theater, directed by Gary Griffin), The Bird and Mr. Banks (Road Theater), Pursued By Happiness (Steppenwolf), and Edgerton Award winning Six Corners (American Blues Theater, The Chain Theater). Most recently, Keith’s two-character comedy, Garbageman, premiered off-Broadway at The Chain Theater, and his play about DC Interns, Up The Hill, was developed at the O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference. For TV, Keith has written for Emmy-nominated Mad Men (AMC), House of Cards (Netflix), American Crime (ABC), Full Circle (DirecTV) and Helix (SyFy). He is the recipient of two Writers Guild Awards and has written pilots for SONY, Steven Spielberg/ DreamWorks TV, AMC, STARZ, HBO, Martin Scorsese/Miramax, and Barbara Broccoli/EON Films. Keith is represented by Jonathan Baruch at Rain Management Group and Christopher Till at Verve Talent and Literary Agency.
Original MusicRiley Hough
Riley Hough is an Atlanta based actor and musician originally from North Carolina, and is thrilled to be working on his first Honest Pint production! He received his BFA in Acting from UNCG and has been hustling in Atlanta for a year and a half now! Acting credits include The Resident (FOX), Vice Principles (HBO), Yes God Yes (Netflix), and Mothman (Adynaton). Working with his mother to create has been a dream of his for a long time, and fulfilling it on such a gripping story has been incredible. He hopes you enjoy the show!
Fight ChoreographerHeather J. Strickland
Heather J. Strickland has worked for 20 years as a director, actor, and dance/fight/movement/intimacy choreographer. Recent fight/intimacy choreography credits include: Theatre Raleigh’s Yellow Face, NC State University's Assassins, and Raleigh Little Theatre's The Mountaintop and Pippin. Favorite projects include: Director for Bare Theatre's all-female Titus Andronicus and EverScape, Director for RLT's What We’re Up Against, Choreographer for Justice Theatre Project's Oliver, Movement Director for RLT's Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and Sonorous Road's The Wolves. Heather has a degree in Theatre Arts and is trained by the Society of American Fight Directors.
North Raleigh Arts and Creative
NC State University Theatre
Kelly Caniglia, MA, LCMHC, LMHC, CCTP