Having recently moved to Seattle, Alex decides to learn parkour where he connects with
the local parkour community and meets Jason, a closeted traceur. Through movement, they
explore the landscape of love and attraction.
Originally from Duvall Washington, Charlie graduated from Seattle University
with a B.A. in Gender Studies and is now pursuing a career in performance.
Though having acted in local short films, web series, and commercials,
Charlie is primarily works as a theater actor. He regularly performs in the
Seattle theater world most recently seen as Georg in Second Story’s Production of
Spring Awakening. Previous Credits include: Rocky Horror Show (Second Story
Productions) Hairspray (Twelfth Night Productions), Psycho Beach Party
(Fantastic.Z), South Pacific (Seattle Musical Theater), American Idiot!
(Artswest), and Guilty Pleasures (Book-It Repertory). He hopes stories such as
this help people challenge traditional understandings of men, masculinity, and
heteronormativity to create a more inclusive and kinder world.
Quinn Safaie is currently attending Seattle Central with hopes of pursuing a
career in performance and film. He was a competitive gymnast as a child and
has been practicing parkour in his free time for 5 years now. Quinn has been
involved in high school and community theatre before, but is excited to make his
Eric's sporadic acting career spans decades. In the 80s, he acted and ran tech in several elementary school productions. He took another stab at acting in 1996, devastating the audience with his one-line appearance in a college production. In 1998, he went to the silver screen as a stunt person and ninja (literally) for a student’s final project at a film school in Texas. Driven into hiding by his newfound fame, Eric disappeared from the stage for nearly 20 years. He took up parkour at a highly advanced age, and is excited to be part of The Chase.