A PERFECT TWO: In this romantic comedy, tension begins to rise when a couple decides to play a little game of “how would you rate your partner on a scale from one to ten”. It turns out that being perfect for each other doesn’t always mean you’re a te...
A PERFECT TWO: In this romantic comedy, tension begins to rise when a couple decides to play a little game of “how would you rate your partner on a scale from one to ten”. It turns out that being perfect for each other doesn’t always mean you’re a ten.
Written by Guy Newsham
Directed by Jonathan Cook
Devon McSherry as the Woman
TJ McSherry as the Man
Intro/Outro music: JK/47
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Guy was born and raised in northern England, but moved to Canada to pursue a professional career as a research scientist, working on making buildings more sustainable. He has been active in community theatre for three decades, primarily as an actor, but began writing for the stage in earnest in 2016. His plays have been successful in many competitions, and have been produced, or are scheduled for production, in theatres across North America.
Playwright / Voice Actor
Devon McSherry has been involved in the arts for as long as she can remember. Music and theater was what brought her parents together and shaped her love of the arts. So much so that she went to college for musical theater and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Wherever she went, Devon continued to perform but only began writing plays and short films a few years ago. After directing a short play in a festival and helping friends involved in the film community, she decided to go outside her comfort zone and write some short plays.
Voice Actor / Foley Artist
TJ McSherry is a linguist specializing in Middle Eastern languages and a published philosophy student. In his off time, he is usually found behind the camera, backstage, or next to a control board though he seeks to be in front of the lens or the microphone more often. Favorite stage projects include Evil Dead the Musical, and The Play that Goes Wrong. His short film directorial debut “Cecilia” earned an award for practical effects and his photography has earned local recognition.