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Frank Blocker - playwright, performer
Blocker is an actor, playwright and coach. Plays include Southern Gothic Novel (Drama Desk Award nominee for Solo Performance), Eula Mae's Beauty, Bait & Tackle (off-Broadway, co-authored), Patient Number (Inner Voices Social Issues One-Act Play Winner-University of Illinois), Suite Atlanta (78th Street Theatre), The Wisconsinners (Dubuque Fine Arts Center), Kiss and Fade (Atlantis Playmakers, Boston), Air Marshals, Chameleüns (w/ Rochelle Burdine), Macbeth: The Murder Mystery (w/ Lydia-Bolen Gordon), Alice w/ composer William Wade, and one-minute play 2≅1 (Brooklyn College/GI60 project). Frank also edited sci-fi novel The Slaves of Votarus by Murray Scott Changar and three volumes of Stage THIS! Ten-Minute Plays and Monologues (co-edited w/ Jan Herndon, Sydney Stone, Dana Todd, and Changar). He has appeared on television's Law & Order:SVU, the film Thank You For Sharing, and in several short films: Red Moonflower Blooming, Lester and Maryam and The Anniversary. On stage, he has appeared in The Deep Throat Sex Scandal (off-Broadway), Post Modern Living (LaMama), Obie-award winning West Village Fragments/East Village Fragments for Peculiar Works Project, and was very proud to be “the last Don” in their Don Quixote Project. Other New York credits include Roderick Usher in Berkoff’s Fall of the House of Usher, Mortimer in Brecht’s Edward II, and Peculiar Works’ The Beggar’s Opera as Mr. Peachum. Actors’ Equity Association, SAG, AFTRA and Dramatists Guild.

Jeffrey Edward Peters - director
Jeff is an actor, director, writer and artist, not necessarily in that order.

Cheryl King - producer, dramaturge
King is the owner, and artistic and managing director of Stage Left Studio, the only solo show repertory theatre in NYC. She is the resident acting coach at All My Children, the Emmy-winning daytime drama at ABC. Her performance background includes multiple careers, in vaudeville/burlesque, mime, 13 years in standup comedy and 12 years in theatre in NYC. Her internationally acclaimed solo show, "not a nice girl", has had runs Off-Broadway in NYC, in Los Angeles and Ft. Collins, CO. Her television credits include ABC's 20/20, and Faking It on TLC, in an episode that was also featured on Oprah! She created and hosts in Forbidden Kiss LIVE, an erotica series with a cast of 8 artists, and regular guest stars, all who contribute original material. This celebrated show has been running at Stage Left for three years. She formed her own production company, Cheryl King Productions, in 2000, and has produced several acting retreats, over 300 showcases, and three years of V-Day events. She is the creator of the Left Out Festival, a festival of gay performance art, which sold out 12 of 16 shows in April 2008 at Stage Left Studio, and resulted in large donations to Bailey House and GMHC. For her work in promoting gay performance, she was chosen as one of the 100 Women We Love in GO Magazine's June 2008 Atlanta Pride Issue. In November 2008 she was chosen "Person of the Year" by She also created the Women At Work Festival, which had its second run at Stage Left in October 2008, and which contributed funds to Friends of Niger, the Young Girls Scholarship Fund. Ms. King has curated solo shows for the Estrogenius Festival at ManhattanTheatreSource since 2005. Ms. King is co-writer of full-length play Arturo's Window, which has been presented as a staged reading at several NY theatres, and has been offered a main stage production at the York Theatre in NYC. She teaches writing workshops, and has written a book about her technique called “Writing Your Heart Out.” She is a contributing writer to Glenn Alterman’s “Creating Your Own Monologue” and the arts paper Soul of the American Actor. She is an advisory board member of ARIA and a member of the Dramatists Guild In addition to private coaching in acting and writing, she directs solo show artists Frank Blocker, Cyndi Freeman, Beth Bongar, Karen Thibodeau, Cheryl Smallman, Susan Rankus and River Huston.

Kathy Kelly Christos - staging, characterization coach
Christos began her professional theatrical career on-stage in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She took a turn as a professor in the Theatre Arts Department at Cameron University , teaching stage movement and dance to actors, choreographing and performing. The recurring dream of being on stage led Kathy to leave the world of academia and return to the stage professionally in numerous regional theatres as an actress, dancer, and choreographer in productions such as, Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), Sugar Babies, Of Thee I Sing (Mary Turner) , The Man Who Came to Dinner (Maggie Cutler) and many others. Since coming to New York, she has appeared in, co-produced and directed several Off-Broadway productions by The Infinite Space Theatre Company and others, and has worked in TV and film. Most recently, she co-directed and choreographed the Rock Garden production of Below the Belt with Larry Preston, appeared as Brona in Eugene Grygo’s Brona and Alberto at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre, and performed Queen Isolde of Ireland in the world premier of Tristan & Isolde in the 2010 International Fringe Festival.

Edward Morris - set design
Previous set designs include: Bus Stop, A Tuna Christmas (Gallery Players); Cosi Fan Tutte (Opera Memphis); Jump Jim Crow, Parallax (Subjective Theatre Company); The Wiz (Playhouse on the Green); Roses on the Rocks (Manhattan Theatre Source); The Burial at Thebes, The Blue Room, 1918 (University of Michigan); Ivanov (Columbia University). BFA University of Michigan.

Ken Allen Publicity - publicity
Kenneth Allen is a publicist and designer. Ken Allen Publicity works with studios, festivals, productions and artists.

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