KCD has finished casting its latest project with the tremendously talented Geordie Broadwater and Dan Cozzens joining Tiffany Rachelle Stewart, James Carmichael, and Peter Gerety in Emily Carmichael’s latest filmPlay/Stop.

Geordie Broadwater (left) is the co-founder and artistic director of the Babel Theatre Project. Acting credits include Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Guildenstern) at the Loeb Mainstage; An Ideal Husband(Viscount Goring) and Closer (Larry) at the Loeb Experimental Theater; and Arcadia(Valentine Coverly) at the Agassiz Theater. He also recently played the male lead in Emily’s short film, The Ghost and Us—currently in post-production.

Dan Cozzens (right) last played a Carmichael brother eight years ago and it’s been way too long. In New York he is currently acting in Woodshed Collective’s 12 Ophelias and preparing for e.e. cummings’ HIM. He has worked at the Flea Theater in Offending the Audience (dir. Jim Simpson), Los Angeles & Bingo With the Indians (dir. Adam Rapp), and‘Twas the Night Before (dir. Liz Swados), at East River Commedia in Magnificent Cuckold and The Bath Opera, in Sick: Sick of it All at the Ontological/Hysteric Short Form & Undergroundzero Festivals, and with the Woodshed Collective on 2007’s Never the Sinner. At the Williamstown Theatre Festival he played Stuff in Sweet Bird of Youth, Stash in Bingo With the Indians, and Lt. Brann in Two Small Bodies. Boston credits include the American Repertory Theatre (Pericles, The Miser), the Lyric Stage Company (1776), and the New Repertory Theatre (Romeo & Juliet, Cyrano). He also appeared in the National Tour of Enchantment Theatre Company’s The Snow Queen. Directing credits include Lowell House Opera (Don Giovanni), Quisisana Resort (Gianni Schicchi), and A.R.T. (Shakespeare’s Actresses in America). Dan trained with members of the A.R.T. in acting and directing and studied movement through the Harvard Dance Program.