Cast & Crew
Sarah Rhea Werner
Voice of X; Creator, Writer, Editor, Producer, Other Stuff
Sarah lives in the midwest with one hubbins and two cats, and (in addition to podcasting) ghostwrites books and builds websites for a living. Learn more about Sarah at sarahwerner.com.
voice of Charlotte
Kay Krause is my mother-in-law. She gets kick out of playing Charlotte because she is just a really lovely person in real life.
Voice of Captain Miles Chen
Lincoln Donovan is a writer and voice actor who has not yet provided me with a bio. It is quite likely that he never will.
voice of Kai
Josh Crute is a children's author. His debut picture book, Oliver, the Second Largest Living Thing on Earth, will be available in stores September 2018. He is fairly confident that he is not a robot.
Voice of James Chance
George Telonis is a native of Syracuse, NY. He now resides in Los Angeles, CA. As a teenager, he hosted a local, Sunday night radio show called "Teen Talk". He did not go to Harvard.
Voice of Dr. Keane
Stacy Thomas is living her dream as a professional voice actor in Dallas, Texas. She recently completed her first self-published book, Always On The Way: Travel Stories of a Semi-Young Black Woman's Life Overseas While Trying to Maintain Her Sanity. It will be available April 2018. For more information about Stacy and her voiceover work, visit stacythomas.squarespace.com.
Voice of The Councillor
Thoreau Smiley is a voice actor, writer, audio drama producer and composer. He's most well known for the supernatural comedy, Attention HellMart Shoppers. He currently resides in the Milwaukee area.
Voice of Intern Dani Weiss
Jamie Killen is a writer of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. She is the creator of audio dramas SPINES (one of my favorite audio dramas EVER) and the upcoming new show the Six Disappearances of Ella McCray.
Voice of Assistant Frost
Hayley Armstrong is a stage actor, voice actor, and singer residing in Austin, Texas. She is a member of The Vortex Repertory Theatre Company, has performed voice over, and theatrical work with other Austin based theatre companies such as The Rude Mechanicals, and Shrewd Productions, and frequently wonders how she manages to find creative work with so little experience. More of her musical and voice acting work can be found on her YouTube channel.
Director; voice of Bae the Pilot
Jon Krause is my brother-in-law and helps us all not sound like an idiot. He also plays the pilot, Bae, who is of course named after Paul Bae of The Big Loop. He (Jon, not Paul) lives in L.A. with a cat named Garrus.