The College Tapes is the second spin-off series to The Bright Sessions. It follows Caleb Michaels and Adam Hayes, main characters of the original podcast, attempting to solve an atypical conspiracy during their senior year of college.
Creative Team[edit | edit source]
Lauren Shippen - Creator, producer, writer, director.
Briggon Snow - Writer, producer.
Lillian Holman - Producer.
Evan Cunningham - Composer, producer.
Meghan Fitzmartin - Writer.
Mischa Stanton - Sound designer.
Brandon Grugle - Sound designer.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Principal[edit | edit source]
- Briggon Snow as Caleb Michaels, an empathic senior at Boston University studying psychology.
- Alex Gallner as Adam Hayes, a senior at Yale University studying English.
- Victoria Grace as Caitlin Park, a pre-law senior at Yale University.
- Emily Kirk as Sadie Greenwood, a pre-med senior at Boston University.
- Zach Barack as Frankie Meeks, an electropathic junior at Boston University majoring in computer science.
- Kristian Bruun as Oliver Ritz, an alchemist with ties to the atypical conspiracy.
- Andrew Nowak as Mark Bryant, a friend of Caleb and Oliver with ties to The AM.
- Zachary Infante as Ben Bernard an atypical freshman at Boston University with the ability to convert energy.
- David Carey Foster as Seamus Blackwell, a professor at Yale University with ties to the atypical conspiracy.
- Chris Gardner as Jason Beck, a pre-law professor at Yale University.
Supporting[edit | edit source]
- Gabrielle Archambault as Alexis, a student at Yale University.
- Declan Michael Laird as Neal, a former pre-law student at Yale University.
- Julia Morizawa as Dr. Joan Bright, Caleb's former therapist and Mark's sister who is director of the AM's Boston division.
- Miriam Katz as Miriam, Adam's therapist.
- Kelley Mack as Alice Michaels, Caleb's younger sister and a patient at the AM.
- Jordan Doww as Cole, a barista at Caleb's favorite coffee shop who flirts with him.
- Charlie Ian as Damien, a former friend of Mark.
- Lyn Alicia Henderson as Rebecca Hayes, Adam's mother who has ties to the AM.
- Bryce Charles as Mags Densmore, an employee at the AM's Boston division.
- Lauren Bradley as Trinie, a student at Boston University involved in the theatre program.
- Hugo Pierre Martin as Dylan, a student at Yale University.
- Cate Cohen as Ellen, bartender at an arcade Caleb and Adam frequent.
- Tyler James White as Linus, a Boston University student who is Ben's roommate.
- Omri Horowitz as Tobias Sitzer, a former student at Yale University.
- Valerie Tosi as Alice Rufie Jordan, a former student at Yale University.
Additional Voices[edit | edit source]
- Jarvis Johnson (episode 1).
- James Oliva (episodes 2, 4, & 9).
- Kristen DiMercurio (episode 2).
- David Rheinstrom (episode 2).
- Annbriel Bresnen (episodes 4, 8, & 16).
- Hugo Pierre Martin (episodes 8, 9, 16).
- Cate Cohen (episode 9).
- Tyler White (episodes 9 & 16).
- Meghan Fitzmartin (episodes 9 & 16).
- Jordan Doww (episode 16).
- Valerie Tosi (episode 16).
- Gabrielle Archambault (episode 16).