JOHN ELLISON CONLEE (Michael)
Broadway: The Full Monty (Tony, Outer Critics, Drama Desk nominations), 1776, The Constant Wife. Off-Broadway includes The Madrid (MTC), Murder Ballad (MTC), Pig Farm (Roundabout), The Butter and Egg Man, Once in a Lifetime, The Bald Soprano (Atlantic), Anyone Can Whistle, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Encores!), The Green Heart (MTC); many productions for Shakespeare in the Park, many at Williamstown, and most recently Luther with Clubbed Thumb. Recent film and television includes The Rebound, Brief Reunion, “Common Law” (USA), “Medium” (CBS), recurring roles on “Parks and Recreation” (NBC) and “Brotherhood” (Showtime). Also appeared in the film So Close, on which he was a producer.
REBECCA NAOMI JONES (Narrator)
has performed on Broadway in American Idiot and Passing Strange, and Off-Broadway in Wig Out! and This Beautiful City (both at the Vineyard Theatre), Passing Strange (the Public Theater), and How Love is Spelt (Playwrights Horizons). Regional work includes premier productions of Murder Ballad (Manhattan Theatre Club), A Maze (Powerhouse Theater), American Idiot and Passing Strange (both at the Berkeley Rep), and tours of Caroline, Or Change, Little Shop Of Horrors, and RENT. Television: “NYC 22,” “Smash,” “Nurse Jackie” (directed by Steve Buscemi), “Law & Order: SVU,” “Fringe,” “The Electric Company,” and “All My Children.” Films: Lovesick, a film starring Matt LeBlanc and Chevy Chase, a yet to be titled Noah Baumbach film, Passing Strange and Miracle at St. Anna (both directed by Spike Lee). Rebecca is an associate artist with The Civilians, and holds a BFA in Drama from the North Carolina School of the Arts.
CAISSIE LEVY (Sara)
originated the role of Molly Jensen in the original Broadway and West End productions of Ghost The Musical. Other credits include Sheila in the Tony Award-winning revival of Hair (Broadway, West End), Elphaba in Wicked (Los Angeles; Broadway understudy), Penny in Hairspray (Broadway, 1st National Tour) and Maureen in RENT (National Tour). Selected recordings include the original London cast recording of Ghost The Musical, the Grammy Award-nominated Broadway revival cast recording of Hair, and her debut album, With You, featuring stripped down arrangements of songs from her Broadway shows. www.caissielevy.com
WILL SWENSON (Tom)
was most recently seen in …Superman at City Center Encores! Before that he was seen in Murder Ballad at MTC. On Broadway, Swenson last starred in the hit musical Priscilla: Queen of the Desert. Prior to that, he received a Tony and a Drama Desk Award nomination for his performance as Berger in the Broadway revival of Hair. He also played the role on London’s West End. Other Broadway credits include: 110 in the Shade, Lestat, and Brooklyn: the Musical. Off-Broadway: Rock of Ages, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Adrift in Macao, The Slugbearers of Kayrol Island, Camelot with the New York Philharmonic. Tours include Miss Saigon, We Will Rock You and Fame! Film and television credits: “Gods Behaving Badly,” “The Switch,” “The Singles Ward,” "The Good Wife," “Law & Order,” “6 Degrees.” Swenson is also a filmmaker. His first film Sons of Provo about a clueless Mormon boy band, which he directed, co-wrote and starred in, won several film festivals. He will soon be directing the new feature Facing East.