Dr. Bradley’s Fabulous Functional Narcissism — The Psychoanalytic Odyssey of a Once Glorified Chorus Boy

Dr. Bradley’s Fabulous Functional Narcissism…The Psychoanalytic Odyssey of a Once Glorified Chorus Boy regales us through 70 minutes, with Jones applying a rapier wit to true tales of his early childhood as a budding theater queen, nearly ten years on Broadway in A Chorus Line, backstage life and excessive drug use, living through the AIDS pandemic, a murder and making Learn More

Wayne Peet

Wayne Edward Peet  is an American jazz pianist & organist active chiefly on the West Coast jazz scene. Peet began on piano at age six; he played in churches in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California while young. He also played trombone but quit the instrument in his early 20s. He attended Westmont College from 1973 to 1977, where he was a founding member with John Rapson of the Frobisher Hall Learn More

What’s my book about? (with Wayne Peet)

This is my beat poem introducing a Spoken Word universe about torn value systems, consumerist pursuits, celebrity overload, chatter, the disproportion, aliens among strangers, strangers among strangers, and an astronaut named John K Mercury hurtling toward Mars in search of meaning. Listen up. Will you, like the seven strangers, become a disciple? Mercury’s Wake is Learn More

Madeline Wall

(She/Her or They/Them) received their BFA in Film and Television from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Since moving to New York, they have worked for ABC, NBC, Showtime, Netflix, Columbia University and NYU. They have directed work at The Clemente, SoHo Playhouse, and the Flea Theatre as well as through Musical Theatre Factory, and Learn More

Lily Ali-Oshatz

LILY ALI-OSHATZ (She/Her) is a Brooklyn-based creator with a focus on composing, writing and performing new musicals. She is an active member of Ring of Keys, a musical theatre advocacy community for queer women, transgender, and gender nonconforming artists, as well as the radical writing community at Musical Theatre Factory. Her first musical, The Extraordinary Learn More

Sasha Maston

Sasha Matson was born in Seattle, and grew up in Berkeley, California. As an undergraduate he attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where his primary composition teachers were Elinor Armer and John Adams – later studying privately with Andrew Imbrie. Sasha completed graduate studies at UCLA, where he received the PhD in music theory and Learn More

Julie Adams

A winner of the 2014 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, 2015 George London Award, 2015 Elizabeth Connell prize for aspiring dramatic sopranos, and recipient of a 2015 Sara Tucker Study Grant, soprano Julie Adams has been praised by the New York Times for possessing a voice that is “rich, full and slightly earthy in an Learn More

Rod Gilfry

The two-time Grammy nominee, singer and actor has performed in all the world’s music capitals and appears on over 30 recordings. He is acclaimed world-wide in opera, musicals, recitals and cabaret. An important part of his 75-role repertoire are the 12 leading roles he has created in new operas. Recent performances include the Los Angeles Learn More

Daniel Montenegro

An exciting and talented tenor, appearances include Mario in Daniel Catan Il Postino at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris alongside Placido Domingo, marking his European opera debut, and Pang in Concert performances of Turandot at the Hollywood Bowl, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel. Other recent appearances include N orino in Lelisir damore with the Merola Learn More

Daniel Favela

Daniel Favela started his singing career at Riverside City College under the direction of John Byun. While there he obtained his performance certificate in music and transferred to Cal State Long Beach to study under the direction of John Talberg and Steven Kronauer. Daniel has performed all over Southern California in such venues as the Learn More

Carin Gilfry

Carin Gilfry is an experienced voice actor who voiced thousands of commercials, instructional videos, IVR systems, eLearning programs, documentaries, and video games, and narrated and produced over 100 audiobooks. Carin began her career as singer. She studied at the USC Thornton School of Music and The Juilliard School. She sings in every style including classical, Learn More

Micaela Tobin

Micaela Tobin is a soprano, sound artist, and teacher based in Los Angeles, CA who specializes in experimental voice and contemporary opera, composing under the moniker “White Boy Scream.” Within this project Micaela dissects her operatic and extended vocal techniques through the use of electronics. Micaela’s most recent full length release, “BAKUNAWA” (Deathbomb Arc) is Learn More