Nicholas Sadler (as Jack), Amanda Anka (as Nicole), Laurie Bogdanovich (as Judy), Michael P. Bondies (as Alex), Christina Cessna (as Bank Teller #3), Julio Ceaser Chavez (as Bank Customer), Kay Chilton (as Bartender), Shirley Chilton (as Bank Teller #2), Herbie Cron II (as Gangster #3), Maril Davis (as Terry), Monica Evans (as Student), Cory Fitzgerald (as Gangster #2), Sean Patrick Flanery (as Christian), Robert Forster (as Christian's Father), Todd Geer (as Student), Natasha Gregson Wagner (as Kelly), Mary Grootegoed (as Bar Extra), Scottland Olds Harbert (as Bank Customer), Matthew Hurt (as Bar Extra), Tracy Jernagin (as Bank Clerk), Calvin King (as Store Clerk), Bob Knoerl (as Security Guard #2), Andy Mardirosian (as Bank Customer), Grant Mathis (as Vietnam Vet), Thoyd Miles (as Account Manager), Summer Newell (as Bank Teller #1), Robert 'Bubba' Norris (as Security Guard #1), Gary Pasciak (as Bank Manager), Irene Rarick (as Bank Customer), Len Richard (as Gangster #5), Randi Schmidt (as Bar Extra), Troy Scott (as Bank Customer), Quincy Smith (as Gangster #4), Betty Tchakmakjian (as Samantha), Victor Togunde (as Gangster #1), Tyrin Turner (as Damian), Josh Walker (as Bar Extra)
Method acting becomes a catalyst for crime as a college drama department is inspired by an intense director. Directing a university theater production, Jack (Nicholas Sadler) is not thrilled with his cast's participation. Outside of the expected romantic flings and performer baggage, there is little happening with this staging of a bank heist tale. Jack raises the stakes by using real guns as props and the production turns from fluff to fact as the acting troupe attempt to knock over an actual bank.