Steven Livingston (Ryan)
Steven is excited to make another appearance with Kent State films in Powerball. He's appeared in many before and hopes to appear in many afterwards. He graduated from Cleveland State University with a degree in Theatre and has been pursuing his passion for acting since. He would like to give a huge thank you to the crew and his fellow castmates for welcoming him into this production and looks forward to more projects with them in the future.
Rachel Urchek (Bailey)
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Collin Lewis (Breslyn)
Collin is a future 2026 BSCS graduate of Kent State University, exploring immersive experiences to further understand emerging technologies. His passion for cutting-edge tech led him to participate in a groundbreaking virtual reality production called PARA. Within this immersive environment, Collin honed his acting skills and developed a deep understanding of how VR can revolutionize storytelling. Through his role in PARA, he collaborated with a talented team of developers, designers, and fellow actors, pushing the boundaries of traditional theater and transforming it into an interactive, multisensory experience for audiences worldwide.
Kurt Telzrow (Dad)
Heather Bayles (Sandra)
Heather has been stage-acting since the age of 5. At age 13 she joined an acting group at Kent State where she learned to write, develop characters, direct, and perform. She has been seen on stage at Player’s Guild and most recently at Genesis Experience Theatre. Heather has recently involved herself in the screen acting community and just completed filming on her 3rd film this year, “A Family Matter” (a Dark Hearts Production) set to release in October 2023. Prior to that, she had a voice-over role for “It’ll Be OK” (a Dark Hearts Production) currently making rounds at film festivals and set to release to the public on August 30th, 2023. In between those two films, Heather was excited to work with Kent State students for “Powerball” as Sandra, the never approving stepmom. Heather is currently co-writing a horror comedy set to begin filming in the fall of 2023. Her favorite thing about short films is the remarkable ability to tell a story, see character development in 30 minutes or less, and have the audience thoroughly entertained