David Michaels was last seen in the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina production of The Drowsy Chaperone. Other credits include: Cassanova Was a Woman (Fringe Festival), Oklahoma! (National Tour), Next Broadway Star (Finalist), "Local Commercial" (with John Ratzenberger) and "Stalked" (Discovery Channel). David studied at the Connecticut School of Performing Arts as well as the American Musical Dramatic Academy.

JAMIL CHOKACHI (Multiple Characters)

Jamil Chokachi just returned from a national tour of the musical Cabaret where he was the Emcee understudy. Credits from LA and beyond include Tobias in Sweeney Todd, Arturo Ui in Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Freddie the American in Chess, Dromio of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors, and Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream in Frankfurt, Germany. As a director, Jamil has mounted such challenging productions as A Piece of My Heart, In the Heart of America and Marat/Sade. www.jamilchokachi.com

Elan Wolf Farbiarz

Elan has spent the last five years producing and directing shows across the United States and Canada, receiving top honors in Toronto, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Orlando. He has authored several comedies and appeared in and produced international tours of The Bible (abridged), The Movies (abridged) and Channeling Kevin Spacey. Drawing critical success and sold out audiences in every city he has produced in, Farbiarz has garnered several Best of Fest awards throughout the fringe festival theater circuit. He is the co-author of the new comedy Becoming Banksy.

Cory Terry

Cory earned his masters in Dramatic Writing from New York University. He co-wrote the fringe hit The Movies (abridged) as well as the new comedy Becoming Banksy. His play Markers is being published by Applause Theatre and Cinema Books.

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