|David Fetzer: Lead male role
Fetzer’s theatrical performances have solidified his reputation as one of the most respected young stage talents in Salt Lake City. He is also the front-man in Mushman, a band he formed with Patrick Fugit.
|Ashly Burch: Lead female role
Burch is the co-founder and star of the webisode, Hey Ash Whatcha’ Playin’? (HAWP). Launching in 2008, HAWP the series has collectively received over 14 million views. Burch has also done voice work, including the voice of Tiny Tina in the video game Borderlands 2.
|Liberty Cordova: Supporting actor
Cordova has worked commercially as a model for companies such as Apple, AT&T, Ford, Vitamin Water, Miller Lite and Intel, as well as working in television and as a professional dancer. She makes her indie film debut as Susan in Must Come Down.
|Colin Fugit: Supporting actor
Colin Fugit is a SLC-based photographer, drummer, dancer, and Muay Thai instructor, among other things. He’s played drums for local indie groups, including Lord Mandrake and Mushman, his bother Patrick Fugit’s band. Must Come Downmarks his acting debut.
|Kenny Riches: Writer/Director/Producer
Riches is an artist and filmmaker. Must Come Down is his first feature-length film, and his is his third project working with his childhood friends Patrick Fugit, David Fetzer and Paul Chamberlain.
|Patrick Fugit: Producer
Patrick has spent most of his film career in front of the camera, starring in such films as Almost Famous, Spun, and Wristcutters. This is his first effort as producer.
|Dominic Fratto: Producer
Fratto has produced such films as White On Rice, an offbeat comedy written/directed by Dave Boyle.
|Tj Nelson: Film editor
He has cut on numerous feature-films, such as Snowmen (2008), and has photo/video freelanced for web and print publications, and companies such as Nike. This is Nelson’s second project with Riches.
|Andrew Shaw: Music
Shaw is a multi-instrumentalist living in Salt Lake City. He performs solo as The Platte and has played in several bands, including Calico and Bluebird Radio, and sat in with several others, including David Williams, Will Sartain, GIANT, and Band of Annuals.