When a group of substance-indulging teenagers are presented with a new street drug currently being tested, they find themselves able to step into alternate realities. It’s all fun and games until they find themselves trapped in the aftermath of an apocalypse.

Episode Eight: The Journal

Episode Summary: Events transpiring a year before the teens stepped into Beta World may give clues as to how Jason acquired his ability, where Glimpse came from, and who potentially created the Banshees.

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Episode Eight Cast:

Dennis Wyatt is a father of three sons. He enjoys spending time with family, especially outdoors where they fish, hike, and camp. 

Dennis is a motorcycle enthusiast as well and loves to spend his time on two wheels. 

He has been a musician for seventeen years and a creative writer for twenty. 

Originally from Southern California where he has done some modeling and acting, he moved to Minnesota in 2015 where he continues to make music and write, while seeking acting opportunities. 

Dennis Wyatt


Alicia Shenreice


Alicia Shenreice is an American film director, writer, and actress based out of Minneapolis, MN. 

Starting out in theater, Alicia began directing and writing films in 2017. 

While she occasionally acts in films and television, she is more frequently found acting on stage and working behind the camera on films. 

Max’s love of acting started at a young age, as he performed in church plays growing up in Little Canada, Minnesota.

By high school, Max had moved to Upper Michigan where he joined the theater department.

He stared in many theater productions like Wizard of Oz as the Cowardly Lion and Smee in Peter Pan.

At the end of high school, Max made it his goal to become an actor. 

Max Caudell


Karen Voels

Doctor Jennine

Karen Voels is a veteran of over 125 films, and also starred in the Emmy® Award Winning Series, Project NOT ME: Diabetes Prevention.

Besides appearing in various on-camera projects, including cable television shows, web advertising, training videos, and TV commercials, she enjoys live crisis role-playing with law enforcement, first responders, mental health workers and medical students.

She enjoyed participating in musical theatre in both high school and college, has appeared twice in the Minnesota Fringe Festival, and performs periodically as a player with the St. Paul North Star Barbershop Chorus in its annual shows.

Peter Hotvedt is a 22-year old voiceover artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

He currently does work in eLearning narration, commercial Voiceover work, and character work for videogames and animation.

Peter received a Bachelors of Science in Nuclear Engineering with a second major in Applied Math from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and will be attending the University of Michigan to begin his work on a Ph.D.

When not at the booth, or behind his desk, Peter enjoys running, streaming, and advocating for clean energy policy.

Peter Hotvedt


Ezekiel Ashamu


Ezekiel Ashamu is an actor currently living in Minneapolis, MN.

Originally from Lagos, Nigeria Ezekiel has worked in film, theater and commercial work.

Spare time activities include photography, occasional work as a model and imbibing copious amounts of coffee while reading big books he never got around to in school.

Reanna Madson is a Eau Claire/Minneapolis based actress and dancer.

She loves gaming whether it’s board games, video games, or Dungeons & Dragons.

She also loves being outside and hiking. 

Reanna Madson


Ryan Maddux

Sergeant Casey

A well-rounded performer, Ryan holds a MA in theater arts from Humboldt State University (HSU) and a BA in theater arts from the University of MN, Twin Cities.

He has numerous Twin Cities and West Coast stage credits, and has appeared in several films and local commercials.

In addition to his acting, Ryan has experience in directing, teaching, and as a television and trade show host.

Luke Langfeldt – Is an actor and writer based out of St. Paul, MN. He has appeared in the Minnesota Fringe Festival, short films, radio dramas and animated works.

When not looking for his next role, Luke occupies himself by taking classes, reading scripts and spending way too much time having full-blown conversations with his cats and turtle. 

Luke Langfeldt

Corporal Davies

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