‘Wallflowers’: A comedic web series created by Kieran Turner

Wallflowers: Set in the witty, cruelly comedic dating world of contemporary NYC, Wallflowers details the ensemble exploits of a tight knit group of sassy, creative Gen-X stragglers coping with the ecstasy and the agony of single life – as members of a Manhattan support group for the hopelessly single. Season 2 introduces Bryce, played by Patch Darragh (Hope Springs, Mercy, Boardwalk Empire) to a new love interest, a musician named Alex, played by John Halbach (EastSiders).

Cast: Sarah Saltzberg (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) as Daisy Loeb, Gibson Frazier (Film: Man of the Century (Audience Award – Slamdance, Excellence in Independent Filmmaking – National Board of Review)) as Martin Parrish, Jolly Abraham (Coram Boy and Bombay Dreams) as Jane Tavana, Christianne Tisdale (Les Miserables and Beauty and the Beast) as Janice Ackerman, Susan Louise O’Connor (Blithe Spirit – Theatre World Award, the Dorothy Loudon Fellowship & an Outer Critics Circle Nomination) as Rhonda, Max Crumm(Grease) as Linus and Marcia DeBonis (Film: The Devil’s Advocate TV: Homeland) as Leslie.

Director/Writer/Exec Producer: Kieran Turner

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