Annie Larson

(Second Watcher) Annie Larson has performed on San Francisco Bay Area and national stages for many years. Favorite roles include those performed in: The Mariner, Talking Heads, Speakeasy, Angels in America, Here, Gypsy, Holes, Absolutely Fabulous, The Archbishop’s Ceiling, Hot Greeks, The Bride of Death, Tinsel Tarts in a Hot Coma, Pearls Over Shanghai. 

Off-Off-Broadway credits: Up Your Ass, Film Credits: Mini Supreme, Iberia, I’ll Be Seeing You. She has written and performed in three shows for the San Francisco Fringe Festival, receiving Best Musical Comedy awards.  Annie began her career as a founding member with "Over Our Heads" improv troupe, who recently celebrated 25 years together. 


Bruna Palmeiro

(First Watcher) Bruja has lived in the Bay Area for over ten years after moving from her home country, Brazil. She started her journey on stage at a very young age, her first role as a magical blue horse. Magic escalated from that point on, making Bruja create a deep bond with performance art. She spent over five years working with underground San Francisco's one and only Grand Guignol theatre company Thrillpeddlers and the original gender bending musical theatre group The Cockettes. She is grateful for every breath.


Haley Roth-Brown

(Dead Woman) Haley is an actor in San Francisco. She has performed at the San Francisco Dungeon and the Sacramento River Christmas Train. Haley likes writing, long walks, and women. She would like to thank her friends for all they have gone through together, and for their constant love and support.

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Iris Stone

(Third Watcher) Iris is excited to be part of Third Cloud from the Left’s expedition into the realm of the absurd.

An artist between the worlds, she was born and raised in Germany before moving to the US.  She spent much of her past artistic life concertizing all over the world as a classical violinist. She has performed with the Munich Chamber Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as the San Francisco Opera Orchestra among others. She currently is a member of Bay Area’s New Century Chamber Orchestra.

In pursuit of her passion for the theatre Iris trained at Studio A.C.T., the Berkeley Repertory School of Theatre, Michael Howard Studios and SITI Company in New York and at RADA in London. She was last seen in Medea at College of Marin and in Theatre Rhinoceros’ production of King Lear for the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.