Steven L. Emanuelson (Martin) Has credits that include: Of Mice and Men (Moonbox Productions), Icarus and 28 Seeds (Liars and Believers). His Atlanta credits include: Shear Madness (The Alliance Theatre), West Side Story (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Bent and Some Men (Actor’s Express Theatre), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and The Rocky Horror Show (Dad’s Garage Theatre), Miklat (Jewish Theatre of the South) among others. He has also performed with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival in The Tempest, Hamlet, All’s Well that Ends Well and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. He holds an MFA degree from The University of Georgia and has taught acting in both Atlanta (Actor’s Express Theatre) and Boston (New York Film Academy/Harvard). He is an Actor’s Equity Membership Candidate and has a bad habit of eating French fries and cracking his knuckles.
Veronica Anastasio Wiseman (Stevie) Recently: The Edge of Peace (Central Square Theatre), 27 Tips for Banishing the Blues, Talk To At Me and Real Realism (Sleeping Weazel), Bully Dance (Argos Productions), The How and The Why (One Bird Productions), August: Osage County (Footlight Club), Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, Nunsense (Woodland Theatre Company). For Sharon Community Television, Veronica has produced Kids Are Cool and (currently) “Wise Friends”, both of which have received Hometown Media and Alliance for Community Media Awards. She serves on the Sharon School Committee, is on the Board of Directors for the Citi Performing Arts Center and is on the Board of Overseers of the Huntington Theatre Company. Veronica has a bad habit of dressing like a pirate (eye patch please!) so she can leap around corners and say “Arrrrrgggg” to unsuspecting children.
Dale J. Young (Ross) has been acting since he was a wee boy,and has lived and worked throughout the country. Some favorite roles include: Salieri in “Amadeus,” John Merrick in “The Elephant Man,” and a plethora of trolls, lambs, crazy relatives and foreigners, and even a rock. An Assistant Professor of Theatre with U-Mass-Lowell’s department of English, Dale is still relatively new to the Boston theatre scene, most recently appearing in Apollinaire’s “Greenland” as the relationally challenged Dr. Jonathan Fahey. As a child, Dale’s bad habit was to claim every misbehavior was in fact, just a bad habit, and therefore, couldn’t be helped. Current bad habits have nothing to do with livestock of any sort.
Luke Murtha (Billy) Is thrilled to be a part of his third show with Bad Habit! He is a Fitchburg State alum and has recently moved back to Boston after two years in Los Angeles. He somewhat recently played Parker in Gross Indecency (IRNE, Best Production, Best Ensemble) and Gus/Augustus in Arcadia (IRNE, Best Play) with BHP. His other Boston credits include Danny in The Chosen (Lyric Stage), Hassan in The Kite Runner (New Repertory Theatre), Orpheus in Polaroid Stories (Heart and Dagger), Paris in Romeo and Juliet (Stoneham Theatre), Ryan in Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (Happy Medium), and Mike in A Moon for the Misbegotten (The Nora Theatre Company). Luke’s bad habit is refusing to leave his apartment.