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Witch Cast

  • Brian George

    Brian George as Sir Arthur Banks

    Brian George is an alumnus of The Second City (Toronto). Witch is Mr. George’s second appearance at the Geffen; the first was 2013’s Yes, Prime Minister. Other local appearances have been at the Mark Taper Forum (David Hare’s Stuff Happens) and the Kirk Douglas Theatre (Charles Mee’s A Perfect Wedding and Jon Robin Baitz’s Vicuña—which also ran at the Mosaic Theater Company of DC). On television, he has had the honor to appear in many iconic productions, including Star Trek, Seinfeld, and The Big Bang Theory. Last year’s I Feel Bad on NBC would also have been an iconic show had it not been canceled after a measly 13 episodes. (But he wants you to know that he’s not bitter. Not at all. He’s happy, in fact. Happy that he has so much time to devote to his new love of composting.) He has also supplied voices for countless cartoons, from Animaniacs to SpongeBob SquarePants. (And he’s still not bitter.)

  • Ruy Iskandar

    Ruy Iskandar as Frank Thorney

    Film/television: Benders (IFC), Sneaky Pete (Amazon Studios), The Blacklist (ABC), Gotham (FOX), The Rookie (ABC). Broadway: Macbeth (Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway: The Tempest (LA Philharmonic); Dance and the Railroad (Signature Theatre); Measure for Measure (Public Theater); The Hunters (Cherry Lane Theater); Purim Play (Classic Stage Co.); You for Me for You (Ma-Yi Theater); Hamlet, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, The Storm, Hot l Baltimore (NYU). Regional: The World of Extreme Happiness (Goodman Theatre), American Night: Ballad of Juan José (Denver Center Theatre), Twelfth Night, King Lear (Pennsylvania Shakespeare).

  • Evan Jonigkeit

    Evan Jonigkeit as Scratch

    Evan Jonigkeit stars in the Plan B/Starz half-hour drama series Sweetbitter, now in its second season. He returns to the stage after last appearing in The Snow Geese, directed by Daniel Sullivan for Manhattan Theatre Club on Broadway, and Really Really, directed by David Cromer for MCC Theater. Evan was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor in Rob Ruggiero’s production of High opposite Kathleen Turner, his Broadway debut. Evan’s numerous film and television appearances include Broad City, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Frontier, Girls, Easy, Sweetbitter, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and Tallulah. He will be next seen in the feature film The Night House opposite Rebecca Hall.

  • Vella Lovell

    Vella Lovell as Winnifred

    Vella Lovell is best known for her starring role as sarcastic voice of reason, Heather Davis, on four seasons of the critically acclaimed series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. In addition to the CW series, the actress currently lends her voice to the popular reboot of the 80’s cartoon series She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, streaming now on Netflix. Additional television credits include HBO’s Girls and TV Land’s Younger. Lovell can also be seen in the Academy Award-nominated film The Big Sick, The Christmas Chronicles and The Speed of Life. Theater: Significant Other at Geffen Playhouse, Amy Herzog’s Mary Jane at Yale Repertory Theatre, The Bacchae at The Delacorte Theater, Kaspar Hauser at The Flea Theater, Streetcar Named Desire at Williamstown Theatre Festival. Graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and The Juilliard School.

  • Maura Tierney

    Maura Tierney as Elizabeth Sawyer

    Golden Globe Award winning actress Maura Tierney stars on the Golden Globe Award winning Showtime series The Affair. She is also known for her Emmy Award-nominated role on the NBC series ER. She made her Broadway debut in 2013 starring in Nora Ephron’s Lucky Guy, alongside Tom Hanks. Tierney recently starred in Beautiful Boy opposite Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, and has upcoming Scott Z. Burns’ Torture Report. In 2006, she starred in the Off-Broadway production of Neil LaBute’s Some Girl(s). Additionally, she appeared in Nicky Silver’s Three Changes and the Wooster Group’s North Atlantic. Most recently Tierney has been touring internationally with The Wooster Group’s production The Town Hall Affair.

  • Will Von Vogt

    Will Von Vogt as Cuddy Banks

    Will Von Vogt is thrilled to be returning to the Geffen Playhouse after previously starring as Jordan Berman in Significant Other. Favorite credits include Prior in Angels in America, Shen Te/Shui Ta in Brecht’s Good Person of Szechwan, Rudy in Bent and NBC’s Chicago Fire. Thanks and appreciation to his team at Vanguard Management Group. To learn more, check out