Corey Feldman (Michael Douglas) is an actor synonymous with the ’80s. He has starred in over more than 50 films, including Steven Spielberg’s The Goonies and Gremlins, Rob Reiner’s critically acclaimed Stand By Me; The Lost Boys, License to Drive, The ‘Burbs, Bordello of Blood, Dream a Little Dream, Busted, Friday the 13th Parts IV and V, and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He was a co-star on the TV series The Bad News Bears and appeared in the first season of The Surreal Life. Corey also stars in the upcoming real-time film, The Birthday, directed by Eugenio Mira.
Alana McNair (Glenn Close / Co-writer) is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Drama. Her most recent appearances include numerous characters in her original work, Just Piddlin': a dirt road operetta (The Duplex), Lesly in The House of Yes (Chelsea Gallery), Half Asleep in Karen Finley (Collective Unconscious), and the evil L.S. Dangerous in Kate Wilkinson's classic film Sarcastra!
Kate Wilkinson (Anne Archer / Co-writer) is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, with a B.F.A. in Film and Television. She has written and directed several short films, including Waterloo Pier, Fries & Thighs: The After Hours World of the Market Diner, and Sarcastra! in which she played the title character, and which was featured at the 2003 First Run Festival. Together, Ms. Wilkinson and co-writer Alana McNair form the pop duo Ladystein! (
Aaron Haskell (Ellen Hamilton Latzen) moved to New York in 2000 on fellowship at Alvin Ailey. He is now entering his fourth season at the Suarez Dance Theater, with a residency at Tribeca Performing Arts Center. He also is a member of Federico Restrepo's Loco 7, out of La Mama. Aaron has had the pleasure of working under Timothy Haskell's direction in: Roadhouse (Barrow Street Theatre), Corporate Rock (Blue Heron), and the long-running Off-Broadway hit I Love Paris, in which he played Paris Hilton.
Ebony A. Cross (Greek Chorus) graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Originally from Seattle, Ebony has trained and performed with the late, legendary Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, Debbie Allen, and Reuben Santiago-Hudson. Seattle's Fifth Avenue Theatre awarded her a "Best Supporting Actress" award in 2003 for her role as Anita in West Side Story. A regular contributor to New York's theatre and film scene, Cross has just finished her first stage play here entitled Faith.
Kellie Arens (Greek Chorus) has just completed her M.F.A. at the Actor's Studio Drama School (ASDS). Her New York stage credits include: Road House, Corporate Rock, Transitions (Triple A Productions), and Nose Job (Lovecreek), as well as The Lesson and Mud at ASDS. A native of southern California and a graduate of UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. She also is a member of L.A.'s Orphans Theatre Company and The People's Republic of Improv.
Nick Arens (Greek Chorus) is a graduate of UCLA and a longtime resident of Los Angeles, where he has worked with Ken Roht and Jacques Heim. His New York stage credits include: Corporate Rock, Roadhouse, and The 99 Cent Only Store Show (Evidence Room). Nick has received his M.F.A. from the Actor's Studio in May.
Sergio Lobito (Greek Chorus) is excited to come to NYC from Los Angeles where he earned his B.A. in Theater. He has also studied dance with Carlos Jones and Jaques Heim. Los Angeles regional credits include: West Side Story, Cabaret, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Lulu. Sergio would like to thank Tim Haskell for brining him east, S.E.A., and his family for their love and support.