Luxy Banner is a native Austinite and has been performing in some way, shape, or form since she was 3 years old. She graduated from St. Edward’s University with a BFA degree in Acting in 2018 and has since performed with TexArts, Salvage Vanguard, and Rude Mechs as well as acted in several short films and music videos.
Her film credits include “First Kiss” directed by Emily Hagins which had its SXSW festival premiere in 2019, and the feature film “The Get Together” directed by Will Bakke, set to premiere this summer. You can keep up with her adventures on her Instagram at @luxbanner!
Sophie Miller is a fourth-year Acting Major at the University of Texas at Austin. She has spent her time at UT working on projects ranging from classical Shakespeare plays to short films to voice-over gigs and more. Recently she played the role of Irina in an adaption of Chekov’s play: “Three Sisters”. Posers is a story that really resonated with Sophie and she is excited to be a part of its telling.
Eliza Moldawer is a second-year BA Theatre and Dance Major with an emphasis on Performer's Process at the University of Texas at Austin.
Eliza starred in The Kinkaid School's fall plays, Almost, Maine, These Shining Lives, and The Taming. Eliza appeared in her high school's musicals 9 to 5 and On The Town. . At the end of her senior year, Eliza received the Kinkaid School 2020 Acting Award which is awarded to one senior for outstanding acting work completed all four years.
Avery Mayo is a graduating Senior at the University of Texas at Austin and is majoring in Radio-Television-Film. He has been in multiple productions, including the feature film Writers Block, which was awarded best Texas Feature Film at the Lake Travis Film Festival, and plans on working in another feature in the fall this year. He has also starred in short film productions such as Don't Wake the Children, which was awarded Best Student Short Film at the Austin Under The Stars Film Festival.
Professor PJ Raval
PJ Raval is a UT Radio-Television-Film professor at The University of Texas at Austin. While co-writers Francesca Bertini and Paige Miller were writing Posers, they wanted to include their favorite professor PJ, who so graciously accepted the role. Thank you so much PJ!
Tuesday Becker received her B.S in Radio-Television-Film from The University of Texas at Austin. She is primarily interested in world-building from production design to video game design, and is now perusing a Master's in Entertainment Technology at Carnegie Mellon.