William McCrabb graduated from the Orange County High School of the Arts and trained at Playhouse West. He has been in over one hundred plays, and is currently a screenwriter living in the Los Angeles area.
Mark MacElhiney is originally from the Boston area. At some point during his 14 plus years of living in New York he became an honorary “New Yorker”. He graduated with a B.F.A. in Fine Art from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. In addition to acting, he plays and enjoys music, writes screenplays and short stories, and makes art.
He is currently residing in “the wilds” of North Carolina
Kurt began his acting training at Penn State University and continues it today at Michael Howard Studios and Upright Citizens Brigade, among other New York training grounds. Recent credits include the title role in “The Night Carter Was Bad” at 59e59 and “Appetite for Destruction” at the Sanford Meisner, as well as the pilot episode for the office-based sitcom, “Port Eighty” and the short comedy “Six and a Half”.www.kurtrodeghiero.com
Andrew Kepka received his MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama and holds a BFA in dance performance from Northern Illinois University (where he also learned trapeze). He received a Certificate of Merit from the American College Dance Festival Association for his choreography. While in Illinois Andy directed the Leapfrog Children’s Theatre, workshoped, directed, and choreographed for junior highs, high schools, and the College of DuPage. He is now a company member of Normal Theater in Danbury, Funny Stages – New Haven Theater Company’s Improv troupe, and is building his film career.
Basil Rodericks is a company member of the American Globe Theatre; Don Pedro (Much Ado), Friar (Much Ado), Ghost (Hamlet), the jazz singing & dancing Moth (Love’s Labor’s Lost: The Musical) as well as Oberon (Midsummer), Claudius (Hamlet), Lord Capulet (Romeo & Juliet and Iago (Othello) for AGT’s Shakespeare for Schools Program. Contemporary favorites include Ed (Torch Song Trilogy, Voyager Theater Company), Sister Hubert (Nunsense Amen!, Danny Goggin director), A.D. Nixon (Martin, Negro Ensemble Theater Co.) and “Basil on the Street” (FUSE TV pilot). Basil is also a Billboard charted and reviewed singer/songwriter.