The Team

Loryan Jensen as Connor

Loryan is thrilled to make his debut at the Hollywood Fringe Festival with “If It Goes There”. He is a Los Angeles based actor with recent credits that include the short films “Friend”, “The BAD Company” and “Dear Soulmate”.

Bryce McBratnie as Erik

Bryce is thrilled to be a part of the L.A. Fringe Festival again, working with such a collaborative group of artists. Born and raised in Key West, FL. Bryce moved to Los Angeles and received his B.F.A in acting from the University of Southern California.  He is a founding member of InHouse Theatre Company that performs plays in site-specific locations around L.A @inhouse_theatre.  When he's not doing the Hollywood hustle, Bryce enjoys surfing at Venice Beach, when it's not too cold!  Recent T.V. credits include YOUNG SHELDON, HAWAII FIVE-0, N.C.I.S. L.A, and RAY DONOVAN.  He must thank his management team, close friends and loving parents for their unending support.

Andrew Perkins as CL

Andrew V. Perkins is a Los Angeles based actor trained at the Elizabeth Mestnik Meisner Conservatory. If It Goes There has been a wonderful experience and Andrew is excited for people to meet these relatable, hilarious characters. 

Tyler Ronca as Ricky

Tyler Ronca moved from Iowa to LA 6 months ago to pursue his acting career. This play is his first LA stage credit, and he is so incredibly excited to be a part of something this special that has such an important message. When not acting, Tyler can be found at Trader Joe's.

Dan Perry, Writer

Dan is an LA-based writer with more than forty television credits to his name. His other plays include PEOPLE YOU KNOW, SAFE HOUSE, and BEHIND THE SIX. 

Ross Kramer, Director

Mr. Kramer is an award-winning director (17th Annual Communicator Award of Excellence in Media, He Said, She Said- Great Plains Theatre Conference) and has directed for many of L.A.’s most prominent theatre companies and Educational Arts programs including VS, Moving Arts, Eclectic, and USC. He directed the re-staging of Galatea for the New York Fringe Festival and the world premiere productions of The Magic Car, Am I Losin’ and Lunch at La Jolla Playhouse and Segerstrom Center for the Arts.

Michelle Willrich, Producer

Michelle Willrich is an award-winning producer who has worked on projects for major networks such as ABC, CBS, Bravo, Nickelodeon, MTV and E! Entertainment, and national brands such as Walmart, Revlon, Walgreens, Zillow, Cosmo, and Seventeen magazines. She has worked in a wide variety of genres including live productions, scripted television, and award shows.

KayDee Kersten, Producer

KayDee wanted to be a Fly Girl on IN LIVING COLOR,  but when that didn't pan out she turned to Vampire Hunting. She'll let you figure out who on the creative team is the vampire she's secretly stalking. Please don't tell them. 

Winston Churchill, Prime Minister + Muse

Rescued from a shelter, and given the name Winston Churchill, by the fine folks at, the PM has been a member of Mr. Perry’s pack since August of 2017. Unlike his namesake, Mr. Churchill is not a major player on the world stage. However, he does keep an eye on current events and asks two simple things of people (Okay, three if it’s meal or treat time):  vote in 2020, and consider a senior pup when looking to adopt; they’re gentle, loving animals who deserve a safe home.