Meet Stefanie Londino & Whiskey Pants: The Mayor of Williamsburg

Name: Stefanie Londino

What is your current project?  Whiskey Pants: The Mayor of Williamsburg

Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?

The HERE Arts Center, beautiful, contemporary off-Broadway venues promote the concept that great art can be made anywhere, and invite audiences of the beaten path to discover gems like Whiskeypants that aren’t (yet) on the Broadway boards.

What’s next for you?

Our band, West Side Waltz’s NYC debut at Rockwood Music Hall. After being away for 9 months, I’m so excited to bring our sound back to the states. Also, spending the holiday season at home in New York! We were away on tour last year; very much looking to be home for Christmas.

What is the name of the last show you saw?

Indecent! (And while I confess it was on Broadway, it was the kind of innovative, truthful piece that is what’s best about live theater.)

Any advice for your peers?

Give your heart away every day. What are you saving it for?

Want More?

Twitter: @stefanieLondino
Instagram: stefanielondino
You Tube:

Stefanie is a proud almost “real” New Yorker and University of Utah Actor Training Program alum who is excited to make her Mind The Art debut in The Mayor of Williamsburg at the HERE Arts Center! Credits include: Off-Broadway: What Do Critics Know? (The York Theater), Flak House (Actors Temple Theater). NY: Red Wine in Paper Cups (TheaterNOW), Midsummer…Dream (Titania). Regional: Pioneer Theater Co. (Romeo & Juliet, Dial ‘M’ for Murder), Salt Lake Acting Co. (Master Class, Too Much Memory), Much Ado…(Beatrice), Tristan & Yseult (Yseult). She also fronts a folk rock band:

Show Info:

DATES: September 28 – October 28; Wednesday – Saturday at 8:30PM/Saturdays & Sundays at 4:00PM

VENUE: HERE, 145 6th Ave. (Enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring); For Tickets & Information: visit or call 212-352-3101

TICKETS: $35/$50;

Meet Claudillea Holloway & Whiskey Pants: The Mayor of Williamsburg

Name: Claudillea Holloway

What is your current project? Whiskey Pants: The Mayor of Williamsburg

Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?

Here Arts Center. It provides the opportunity for Theatre in the Round, so we can create a truly ‘environmental’ show, and invite the audience into the world we are all creating.

What’s next for you?

Auditioning, auditioning & auditioning! Also am producing a couple of short films.

What is the name of the last show you saw?

1984. I actually saw it 2 summers ago in London, and boy was it completely different watching it in todays social/political climate!

Any advice for your peers?

The universe provides. That doesn’t mean you don’t work your arse off, but it does mean, that what is meant to happen will happen at exactly the right time for you. It’s hard to trust that, but once you start believing it, amazing things will start manifesting in your life!

Want More?

Instagram: claudilleaholloway
You Tube: Claudillea Holloway

British-South African Coloratura Soprano and Actress, rides her citi-bike across theatrical boundaries; from Baroque to New Works to Musical Theatre to acting on Screen. Claudillea seeks to use her art as a vital tool to highlight the social issues that are affecting our current climate.

Show Information:

DATES: September 28 – October 28; Wednesday – Saturday at 8:30PM/Saturdays & Sundays at 4:00PM

VENUE: HERE, 145 6th Ave. (Enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring); For Tickets & Information: visit or call 212-352-3101

TICKETS: $35/$50;

Meet Marcina Zaccaria & Village, My Home

Name: Marcina Zaccaria

What is your current project?
My new provocative and timely new drama Village, My Home
Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?
Performances of “Village, My Home” — about diverse New Yorkers confronting political and cultural uncertainties — will run Sunday, August 27 at 5PM; Tuesday, August 29 at 9PM; Thursday, August 31 at 9PM; Friday, September 1 at 9PM; Saturday, September 2 at 2PM; and Sunday, September 3 at 8PM at the Theater for the New City on 155 First Avenue in Manhattan.
In a chaotic business world, do we know the difference between astrophysics and Buddha? Can it all be solved with yoga? Featuring characters at various points of their lives, Village, My Home questions how we choose New York City and what are the comforts that draw us back home. We meet the Old Woman, a matriarch who loves to paint and remembers the horrors of greater storms. We get a glimpse of out-of-towners and travelers from other boroughs, willing to take the City. Just when you yearn for your fax machine, we meet a new school, techno-tribal Computer Geek who threatens to interrupt the very subways that connect us every day. With theatrical movement and state-of-the-art sound design, “Village, My Home” promises to warm the heart and calm the most unsettling times The Theater for the New City is a terrific theater which has been presenting plays since the 1970s. And the 8th Annual Dream Up Festival is an ultimate new work festival, dedicated to the joy of discovering new authors and edgy, innovative performances
I am the Event Coordinator for an organization called LIT, the League of Independent Theater. We are hosting programs for indie theater artists in September and October.
What is the name of the last show you saw?
“My Dear Watson” at the New York Musical Festival
Create every day! Have many, many friends.
Marcina Zaccaria is a writer, director, and arts administrator. She has directed readings and performances in venues that include New Dramatists, TheaterLab, HERE Arts Center, 13th Street Repertory Theatre, Soho Rep, Dance Theater Workshop, The Brick Theater, and the Ohio Theater. She curated a Salon at Dixon Place, which featured visual artists, spoken word artists, dancers, filmmakers, and theater artists. Zaccaria has written monologues, published in InterJACtions: Monologues from the Heart of Human Nature (Vol. II), available on Amazon. She is published in the New Crit section of Howl Round, and her clips can be found on Twitter. An editor at The Theatre Times, Marcina is a member of the League of Professional Theatre Women.

Show Information:

Where: Theater for the New City on 155 First Avenue
  • Sunday, August 27 at 5PM
  • Tuesday, August 29 at 9PM
  • Thursday, August 31 at 9PM
  • Friday, September 1 at 9PM
  • Saturday, September 2 at 2PM
  • Sunday, September 3 at 8PM
Tickets are available at SmartTix.
“Village, My Home” stars Frances McGarry; Marjorie Conn*; Michael C. O’Day*; Kelsey Shapira; Jeff Burchfield*; Madalyn McKay; Christina Ashby; Maile Souza Sean Evans; Maria Severny; Stephanie Roseman; Meaghan Adawe McLeod; Rebecca Genéve, and Catherine Luciani. Jak Prince is the lighting designer. Maria Ortiz Poveda is the costume designer. Dana Robbins is stage managing.

The Flea Theater Explores Objectophilia with INANIMATE : Opens 8/21

The Flea Theater Explores Objectophilia with
Previews Begin August 21 at The Siggy

** First full production at new 20 Thomas Street performing arts complex **

The Flea Theater presents the world premiere of INANIMATE, written by Nick Robideau and directed by Flea Associate Artist Courtney Ulrich. INANIMATE marks The Flea’s first production in their new performing arts complex at 20 Thomas Street in Tribeca, just blocks below its original home; it inaugurates The Siggy, their downstairs theater named for Flea founder and continuing inspiration Sigourney Weaver. Previews for INANIMATE begin August 21 with opening night slated for August 30.

Erica, shy and more than a little socially awkward, is in love with Dee. The problem is that her family, her only and equally awkward new friend, and the nosy residents of their small town in Massachusetts don’t understand at all, because Dee… well, Dee is a letter in the Dairy Queen sign. This world premiere production is the first play of its kind to explore objectum sexuality, a love for inanimate objects. With heart and quirk, INANIMATE tackles feeling like an outsider, listening to your heart and finally finding your tribe.

INANIMATE features The Bats, the resident acting company at The Flea, including Lacy Allen, Maki Borden, Philip Feldman, Artem Kreimer, Tressa Preston, Michael Oloyede, Nancy Tatiana Quintana, with understudies Marcus Antonio Jones and Alexandra Slater. The creative team includes Yu-Hsuan Chen (Scenic Design), Sarah Lawrence (Costume Design), Becky Heisler (Lighting Design), Megan Culley (Sound Design) and Claire Edmonds (Assistant Director).

Nick Robideau is a Brooklyn-based playwright, originally from Massachusetts. Some of his plays include The Sampo (Title:Point), Prophet in Pink (FringeNYC), Robot Heaven (Pipeline Theatre Company), and Everything (HB Studio). Nick recently received his MFA in playwriting from Hunter College, where he studied under John Baker, Tina Howe, Sam Hunter, and Arthur Kopit.

Courtney Ulrich is a New York based director. Directing credits include, The Feast by Cory Finley (The Flea) and Time Out Critic’s Pick White Hot by Tommy Smith (The Flea), Sousepaw: A Baseball Story (Shelby Company, FringeNYC 2015 Award for Overall Excellence in Directing), The Mysteries (The Flea, Assoc. Director). She has directed and developed work at New Dramatists, Ensemble Studio Theater, Ma-Yi, Samuel French Festival (Finalist), Pipeline Theater, Shelby Company, The Tank, 24 Hour Plays, Old Vic New Voices. Courtney is a recipient of the 2015 SDC Observership Fellowship and is an Associate Artist at The Flea Theater.

The Bats are the resident acting company members of The Flea Theater. Each season, over a thousand actors audition for a place in this unique company. The Bats perform in extended runs of challenging classics, as well world premieres of new plays. They are the lifeblood of The Flea.

The Flea Theater, under new Artistic Director Niegel Smith and Producing Director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York’s leading Off-Off-Broadway companies. Winner of several Obie Awards, a Special Drama Desk Award for outstanding achievement and an Otto Award for political theater, The Flea has presented over 100 theatrical, musical and dance performances since its inception in 1996. Past productions include premieres by Steven Banks, Thomas Bradshaw, Erin Courtney, Bathsheba Doran, Will Eno, Karen Finley, Amy Freed, Sarah Gancher, Sean Graney, A.R. Gurney, Jennifer Haley, Hamish Linklater, Enrique Gutiérrez Ortiz Monasterio, Itamar Moses, Anne Nelson, Qui Nguyen, Adam Rapp, Jonathan Reynolds, Kate Robbins, Roger Rosenblatt, Elizabeth Swados, and Mac Wellman.  Successes include Drama Desk nominated She Kills Monsters, These Seven Sicknesses, Restoration Comedy, The Mysteries and ten World Premiere productions by A.R. Gurney, including the WSJ Best New Play of 2013, Family Furniture.

INANIMATE runs August 21 – September 24, Thursday–Monday at 7pm, with Sunday matinees at 3pm.  (Note: no performances Aug. 31 – Sept. 6 for the Labor Day holiday weekend). Tickets start at $15 with the lowest priced tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Flea Theater is located at 20 Thomas Street between Church and Broadway, three blocks north of Chambers, close to the A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, 4/5/6, J/M/Z and 1/2/3 subway lines. Purchase tickets by calling 212-352-3101 or online at

Meet Audrey Alford & A Real Boy

Name: Audrey Alford

What is your current project? A Real Boy by Stephen Kaplan

Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?

59E59 is the perfect fit for this intimate piece. We have turned Theatre C into a Kindergarten classroom with the audience up close and personal in alley seating. Watching it from different angles really does change the way you understand a character, as well as the puppets.

What’s next for you?

I’m a member of the SDC Observership Class so hopefully I will be working under an established director very soon. Otherwise, I’ll continue to keep my eye out for projects that fit with my personal mission.

What is the name of the last show you saw?


Any advice for your peers?

Create a space where everyone is able to fail. Some of the best moments come from someone in the room trying something zany.

Want More?


Facebook: Ivy Theatre

Twitter: @audrey_directs

Instagram: Ivytheatre

You Tube: Audrey Alford: Sharing My Crazy

Audrey is the Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Ivy Theatre Company. Her Off Broadway production of Donkey Punch, by Micheline Auger, was a Time Out New York’s Critic’s Pick, and the Off Off production was nominated for 3 NYIT Awards, including Best Premiere Production of a Play. In 2013, she was nominated for Best Director in the Midtown International Theatre Festival for Black Ice, by Lezlie Revelle. She has directed in New York, Charlotte, Seattle, and New Orleans. She is a proud feminist and is working toward a theatrical community inclusive of everyone’s stories.

Show Information:

WHERE: 59E59 Theaters, 59 E59th Street, NYC

WHEN: AUG 2, 2017 – AUG 27, 2017/Tue, Wed, Thu at 7:30, Fri at 7:30, Sat at 2:30 & 7:30, Sun at 3:30

TICKET INFO: $25.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $20.00)

For groups of 10+ please contact: GINGER DZERK, Director of Ticketing Services P 646.892.7986 |


Meet Katie Braden & A Real Boy

Name: Katie Braden

What is your current project? A Real Boy by Stephen Kaplan

Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?

59E59 Street Theaters; this is an amazing fit for our show, because they present such innovative, thought-provoking work from all over the world! I’m thrilled that we’re included in this season!

What’s next for you?

I’m taking classes for a graduate degree, so I start my next course 3 days after closing!

What is the name of the last show you saw?

A Brimful of Asha, part of the Soulpepper festival at The Signaure Theatre

Any advice for your peers?

I’ve found that I’m a better actor when I have balance in my life of work, fun, and family. I think it’s important to find the right ratio on an individual level, so don’t feel like you have to fit into someone else’s timeline or expectations. There are lots of ways to be happy in the theatre, and it may not be the way you expect!

Want More?


Facebook: Katie Braden

Twitter: @bradenkatie

Instagram: @bradenkatieactor

Katie Braden is a co-founder of Ivy Theatre Company and a proud member of WorkShop Theater. Ivy Theatre: Mill Fire, Reach, Outside/Inside, Incongruence, Black Ice, Like Poetry, and The Perfect Wife. Other NYC:  Romeo and Juliet,  The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Mrs. Warren’s Profession.

Show Information:

WHERE: 59E59 Theaters, 59 E59th Street, NYC

WHEN: AUG 2, 2017 – AUG 27, 2017/Tue, Wed, Thu at 7:30, Fri at 7:30, Sat at 2:30 & 7:30, Sun at 3:30

TICKET INFO: $25.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $20.00)
For groups of 10+ please contact: GINGER DZERK, Director of Ticketing Services P 646.892.7986 |

Meet Eric Wright & A Real Boy

Name: Eric Wright

What is your current project? A Real Boy

Where are you performing your show and why is it a good fit for your production?

59E59 is a great venue for showcasing new and innovative forms of theater, as well as very traditional forms, like the marionettes in our show, in exciting ways.

What’s next for you?

At my company, Puppet Kitchen Productions, we’re always working on projects that connect people to puppetry. From live shows to film and TV, we blend style and engineering to bring characters to life.

What is the name of the last show you saw?

The Play That Goes Wrong

Any advice for your peers?

Strive toward Shameless Enthusiasm. Take your work seriously, but never take yourself too seriously.

Want More?


Facebook: @puppetkitchen

Twitter: @puppetkitchen

Instagram: @thepuppetkitchen

You Tube: @puppetkitchen

Puppet Kitchen Productions has been designing, building, performing, directing, and teaching puppetry since 2008. Recent projects include: The Little Mermaid (MUNY), The San Diego Zoo’s Centennial Celebration, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show (AUS, NYC, UK) The King and I and The Wiz (Maltz Jupiter Theater), and Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief (TWUSA). PKP has workshops for the public, and creates original programming for all ages.

Show Information:

WHERE: 59E59 Theaters, 59 E59th Street, NYC
WHEN: AUG 2, 2017 – AUG 27, 2017/Tue, Wed, Thu at 7:30, Fri at 7:30, Sat at 2:30 & 7:30, Sun at 3:30
TICKET INFO: $25.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $20.00)
For groups of 10+ please contact: GINGER DZERK, Director of Ticketing Services P 646.892.7986 |


Mac Rogers’ Steal the Stars to Premiere August 2 with Tor Labs






Mac Rogers





Gideon Media (a new venture from Gideon Productions, producers of the critically-acclaimed The Honeycomb Trilogy, Universal Robots, and Viral) in association with Tor Books & Tor Labs will present Steal the Stars, a noir science fiction thriller by Mac Rogers (award-winning writer of the global hit podcast thrillers, The Message and LifeAfter), released as 14 episodes, airing weekly from August 2 – November 1, 2017, and available worldwide on all major podcast distributors including iTunes, Stitcher, and GooglePlay through the Macmillan Podcast Network.

Steal the Stars is the story of Dakota Prentiss and Matt Salem, two employees of a private military contractor tasked with guarding the biggest secret in the world: a crashed UFO. Despite being forbidden to fraternize, Dak and Matt fall in love and decide to escape to a better life on the wings of an incredibly dangerous plan: They’re going to steal the alien body they’ve been guarding and sell the secret of its existence.

This sci-fi audio thriller is directed by Jordana Williams (The Honeycomb Trilogy at The Gym at Judson; Universal Robots at The Sheen Center) and features the voices of Ashlie Atkinson (Theatre World Award for Neil LaBute’s Fat Pig), Nat Cassidy (King Kirby at The Brick), Hanna Cheek (GOODBAR at The Public), Rebecca Comtois (Geek with Vampire Cowboys), Jorge Cordova (Porto with The Women’s Project), Reyna De Courcy (Orange, Hat & Grace with Soho Rep), Sol Crespo (HOLA Outstanding Featured Actress Performance Winner),  Neimah Djourabchi (The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G with Vampire Cowboys), Autumn Dornfeld (The Graduate, Broadway & National Tour), Abe Goldfarb (voice of Professor Kukui in POKEMON), Jason Howard (NYIT Award Nominee for Advance Man), Daryl Lathon (Dead Reckoning with Red Bull Theatre), Kelley Rae O’Donnell (The Atmosphere of Memory with Labyrinth Theater Company), Seth Shelden (Harpo Marx in I’ll Say She Is at The Connelly Theatre), David Shih (Voice of Eddie Toh in Grand Theft Auto 5), Brian Silliman (Orange Is The New Black), Tarantino Smith (Richard Wright’s Black Boy, National Tour), Jennifer Tsay (The Mysteries at The Flea), Brittany Williams (Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds at The New Victory Theater), James Wetzel (Pretty Bird opposite Paul Giamatti & Billy Crudup), and Christopher Yustin (The Blood Brothers Nosedive Productions).

Mac Rogers (Writer) is an award-winning audio dramatist and playwright based in New York City. His audio/podcast dramas THE MESSAGE and LIFEAFTER have been downloaded over six million times. His stageplays include THE HONEYCOMB TRILOGY (3-time New York Times Critic’s Pick, Time Out New York Critic’s Pick, Backstage Critic’s Pick, one of The Guardian’s top 10 New York shows of 2015, and winner of the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Premiere Production), FRANKENSTEIN UPSTAIRS (featured in the New York Magazine Approval Matrix and nominated for the NYIT Award for Best Premier Production), GOD OF OBSIDIAN (CityBeat Critic’s Pick), LIGATURE MARKS (CityBeat Critic’s Pick), ASYMMETRIC (Time Out New York Critic’s Pick), VIRAL (winner of Outstanding Play at FringeNYC 2009), UNIVERSAL ROBOTS (nominated for four New York Innovative Theatre awards), HAIL SATAN (Outstanding Playwriting Winner at FringeNYC 2007), and FLEET WEEK: THE MUSICAL (co-written with Sean and Jordana Williams; winner of Outstanding Musical at FringeNYC 2005). Mac’s audio/podcast dramas have won praise from Vanity Fair (from James Wolcott himself), The New York Times, The Guardian, The Atlantic, IndieWire, New York Magazine, Popular Science, and numerous others. His plays have appeared on stages in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Cincinnati, and Edmonton, and have earned acclaim from The New York Times, The Guardian, Backstage, The Wall Street Journal, Time Out New York, New York Post, Flavorpill, (Gawker Media’s science fiction site), Fangoria,, Show Business Weekly, New York Press, Den of Geek,,, ShowShowdown, and many more. Time Out New York raves “Mac Rogers – genre playwright extraordinaire – can rant like Sorkin, plot like Mamet, banter like Whedon, and sting like a bee.”

Tor Labs an imprint of Tom Doherty Associates specializes in experimental and innovative ways of publishing science fiction, fantasy, horror, and related genres, as well as other material of interest to readers of those genres.

Gideon Media proudly builds on the acclaimed, award-winning theatrical tradition of Gideon Productions in creating complex, riveting genre entertainment. Gideon Media meticulously crafts new audio worlds in which listeners can lose themselves, centered around heart-wrenching, pulse-pounding tales of science fiction and horror.

Gideon Productions has spent the last 18 years crafting gripping plays that explore human grace and darkness, through the kaleidoscope of popular genre forms and other cultural touchstones. Gideon developed and produced the theatrical event (and three-time NYT Critic’s Pick) THE HONEYCOMB TRILOGY, which The New York Times listed among The Most Galvanizing Moments of 2012 and which Flavorpill called “one of the most intelligent and complex theatrical events of the year.” Gideon’s other producing credits include the sold-out run of UNIVERSAL ROBOTS at the Sheen Center For Thought And Culture, the NYIT Best Production nominee FRANKENSTEIN UPSTAIRS, Time Out New York Critic’s Pick ASYMMETRIC, FringeNYC Outstanding Play Winner VIRAL, FringeNYC Outstanding Playwriting Winner HAIL SATAN, and FringeNYC Outstanding Musical Winner FLEET WEEK.

Tor Books an imprint of Tom Doherty Associates was founded in 1980. Between an extensive hardcover, trade softcover and mass market paperback line, a growing middle grade and YA list, and robust backlist program, Tor annually publishes what is arguably the largest and most diverse line of science fiction and fantasy produced by a single English-language publisher. Books from Tor have won every major award in the SF and fantasy fields, including Best Publisher in the Locus Poll for 29 years in a row.

IRTE’s The Party Continues! at Providence Fringe Festival & Midtown International Theatre Festival

Just because our regular season has ended doesn’t mean

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Jamie McCluskey is turning 12 and you’re invited to join the Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble as they celebrate THE BIG DAY! When their comedy show Happy Birthday, Stupid Kid! hits the Providence Fringe Festivalin Rhode Island and the Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York, there’ll be games, goodie bags, a birthday cake and plenty of mayhem. Jamie may be just a “stupid kid,” but it’s  his friends and family who are out of control in this improvised and interactive birthday party. You’ll get to join in the fun while witnessing the over-the-top antics of th McCluskey clan. Plus, at each show, IRTE’s cast of seasoned improvisers will be joined by a different musical guest.


Conceived by Nannette Deasy
Directed by Robert Baumgardner

SATURDAY, July 29, 2017, 10:00-11:00pm
Waterfire Arts Center, L Studio
475 Valley St., Providence, RI 02908
Tickets: $10 (available at the door)

Starring: William Berg, Nannette Deasy, Curt Dixon, Mike Hauschild, Jamie Maloney, Connie Perry and Sam Katz
Featuring live music performed by David Alves

SATURDAY, August 5, 2017 @ 9:30-10:15pm
The Workshop Theater, Jewel Box Theater
312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10018
Tickets: $20*

* Use FRIENDSFAMILY discount code for $2.00 off the regular price = $18.00. Code is active for advance sales only until 11:59pm July 29.

Starring: Nannette Deasy, Curt Dixon, Mike Hauschild, Jamie Maloney, Connie Perry and Sam Katz
Featuring live music performed by John Munnelly
Technical Director: Anne Carlton

MAD MEL SAVES THE WORLD at Midtown International Theater Festival

MAD MEL SAVES THE WORLD, an intergalactic musical featuring a rock, pop and rap score – with Voguer dancing – premiering at the Midtown International Theater Festival on Tuesday, July 18 at 630pm; Saturday, July 22 at 7pm, and Sunday July 23 at 3pm. Book is by Gary Morgenstein. Music and lyrics by Erich Rausch, who also directs.

In this video, Sage Melcher, who plays Roni, sings her love song “Galaxy” (which she wrote); Roni is a waitress on the planet Marradia, falling in love with the human Mel Worthington (played by Michael A. Green), who has arrived to stop an alien invasion of Earth.

Mad Mel Saves the World stars Michael A. Green (Mel); Sage Melcher (Roni); April Armstrong (Lady Vesselika;) Nicholas DeSibio (Grem); Jodi Beck (Ambassador U-Vin); Mary Chesterman (Chancellor Jony); Justin DeSilets (Parm), Kenneth Scott Thompson (Mr. Tyler), with Asami Tsuzuki, Popra Nayakama, Aaron Mor and Nana Tatebayashi comprising the Ensemble. Richard Rivera is the choreographer and Bernard Prince Thomas is the associate choreographer.