The Safe House Cast
Iris Lieberman (Hannah)
Iris Lieberman is a Jeff Award winner and four-time nominee. She spent time during the pandemic doing play readings on zoom, writing and gardening. Recently she was seen Kiss Me Kate at Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre, Mary Poppins at Drury Lane Oakbrook, as Berthe in Pippin at Mercury Theatre, Grandma in Billy Elliot at Porchlight Music Theatre and Fraulien Schneider in Cabaret (Jeff nomination - directed by Linda Fortunato) at Theatre at the Center. She is a Board Member of Perennial Theatre Chicago, a newly formed company featuring “actors with lifetimes of experience to share.”
Eva Nimmer (Bridget)
Eva Nimmer is an actor, writer, and musician whose work has been featured on many Wisconsin stages, including Next Act Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Northern Sky Theater, Third Avenue Playworks, and Children’s Theater of Madison. Eva’s original monologue, To the Young in Heart, was featured in Forward Theater Company’s 2021 festival showcase, and she is also co-author of the musical Dairy Heirs, along with Joel Kopischke and Alissa Rhode. Up next: Actually with Renaissance Theaterworks in Milwaukee, running March 12 through April 3. Thank you for continuing to support live theater! www.evanimmer.com
Noah Simon (Mathius )
Noah Simon (he/him/his, actor-creator) is a Theatre artist and Educator, as well as a veteran of Chicago’s storefront theatre community. In a 25-year career he’s worked as an actor for such Chicago theatre companies as A Red Orchid, Goodman Theatre, ATC, Shattered Globe, Raven, The Hypocrites, Factory Theater, Strawdog Theatre, Stage Left Theatre, Remy Bumppo, Red Twist, and 16th St. Theatre. Regionally, Noah has worked with Peninsula Players, Third Avenue Playworks and Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre. He is a voiceover artist and is a proud member of SAG/AFTRA as well as Actors’ Equity. As an educator he has taught a range of Theatre courses at Columbia College Chicago, Aurora University, University of Wisconsin Green Bay, and St. Norbert College. Additionally, he designed and implemented the Voiceover curriculum at Vagabond School of the Arts in Chicago. He has a BA in Theatre from Butler University and an MFA in Acting from the Theatre School at Depaul University. He currently resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin with his wife and dog.