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EARL BAYLON (Big Tuna) Earl is the Artistic Director of ROOM TO IMPROV, an Asian- American improv troupe serving the LA community... and beyond! You can hear him in the latest TOMB RAIDER video game trilogy and on PANGEEKERY, a video podcast streaming live every Tuesday. Earl is also currently appearing in SUPPORTIVE WHITE PARENTS, an hour-long musical at The Second City Hollywood. In his "free time" he yells at plastic polyhedrals and grinds Mythic+ dungeons for the BiS Azerite gear. @earlybgoode
JIMMY CLABOTS (Big Tuna) Jimmy is thrilled to be back on stage with “GFKALAS”. Originally a mountain boy from WA, now a mountain man in the city. Much love to family, friends, agents, and synchronicity.
IG: @jimmychanges. Twitter: @jimmyclabots
DOROTHY DILLINGHAM BLUE (Karen) Dorothy is thrilled to be back on stage, having spent the majority of the last decade directing & choreographing over 40 musicals in after school programs. An award-winning audiobook narrator, you can hear her portray Flannery O’Connor in the upcoming title “GOOD THINGS OUT OF NAZARETH”. Thank you, Alexa, for asking me to join you & Konner on this journey. Go Northwestern! Proud member of AEA. Team Blue, as always, I’m nothing without you.
PATIENCE ELETT (Ally (Understudy)) Patience holds a BFA degree in Musical Theatre from Florida Southern College and was recently seen as Margot in Alexa Karas’ “The Limbo Lounge”. She is grateful for the opportunity to be in “GFKALAS”, and is happy to spread awareness and raise funds for a cause close to her heart.
RYAN LEE HUGHES (Nate) Ryan was born in Provo, UT and raised in Nephi, UT. At Dixie State University, Ryan won best lead actor for his interpretation of Bernard in “Don't Dress for Dinner”. Since being in Los Angeles he has starred in plays ranging from “Uncle Vanya” to Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”. Ryan's most recent short film "Spin Cycle" won best short at the Hollywood Shorts Film Festival.
PETER MILLER (Frank) Peter is very thrilled to be originating the role of Frank in this
production. Favorite roles include the Lecturer in "Reefer Madness", Tito Merelli in "Lend Me a Tenor", Dr Carrasco in "Man of La Mancha", Trekkie Monster in "Avenue Q" and Inspector Kemp in "Young Frankenstein“. Peter is also a voice actor in LA with credits including the short film "You Still Can't Do That on Television”.
KELLEY PIERRE (Ally) Kelley is a Los Angeles based actor and playwright. Most recent performances include the world premiere of her two-person show “The Same Room” at the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival as well as the first chapter of CoAct’s newest immersive series, “The Severance Theory: Welcome to Respite.” Kelley is a MT native with a BFA in Performance from Central Washington. She spent five summers with The Virginia City Players- who produced her original melodrama "Murder Before Tea" for their 2017 season. Kelley is truly honored to be jumping back into musical theatre for such a meaningful and heartfelt production.
KONNER SCOTT (Keisho) Konner is an Atlanta- based freelance songwriter, composer, and instrumentalist. He draws influences from all varieties of music styles, which primarily include rock, classical, folk, blues, hip-hop, pop, and R&B. He boasts a prolific songwriting portfolio containing 300+ original tunes, the bulk of which cover a wide variety of genres and styles. He is a versatile multi-instrumentalist, specializing primarily in guitar and piano. In addition to his writing and performing background, Konner has a profound passion for music production and engineering, and during his free time, he also dabbles in rap and poetry. @konnerscottmusic
KIT THORNBERRY (Keisho) Kit is a Songwriter and Performer from Richmond, CA. He is most well known as the touring keyboardist/guitarist for violin star Lindsey Stirling. As a session player he has been on records by One Direction, Robbie Williams (including the platinum selling "Candy"), Lissie, and many others. He has been the music director for the Non Profit "Chords 2 Cure" for 5 years, raising money for pediatric cancer. The annual concert has featured stars such as Chris Martin (Coldplay), Ryan Tedder (One Republic), Judd Apatow, and has raised half a million dollars.