JOE MORTON (Dick Gregory) is an Emmy® Award and multiple NAACP Image Award winning film, television and stage veteran. Morton made his Broadway debut in Tony award winning play Hair and garnered a Tony nomination for his performance in Raisin. He also performed in Art on Broadway (and in London’s West End) with Judd Hirsch and George Wendt as well as David Hare’s Stuff Happens at the National Theatre in London as ‘Colin Powell’. Morton is widely known in film for playing the title character in the sci-fi film The Brother From Another Planet, the ill-fated scientist ‘Miles Dyson’ in Terminator 2: Judgement Day, and ‘Captain McMahon’ in Speed. The Broadway trained, decorated actor has over 40 years of experience in theatre, television and film, and is best known for his dynamic Emmy-winning role as “Rowan/Eli Pope” in the groundbreaking series “Scandal” on ABC.
JOHN CARLIN (Comedian/Heckler/Interviewer). Off-Broadway: Uncle Vanya (Pearl Theatre Co. u/s). International: How It Plays Out (Luton, UK). Regional: Oklahoma! (Bard Summerscape), Dead Accounts (Hampton Theatre Co.), Time Stands Still (Hampton Theatre Co.). Film: See You Around (funnyordie.com). A former RCA recording artist and independent solo artist (“one of NYC’s better-kept secrets” - TimeOutNY), John is also a proud member of Reverend Billy & e Stop Shopping Choir, an activist choir that has toured Europe and the US, most recently with Joan Baez and Neil Young.
STEPHEN DEXTER (Understudy). Off-Bway: AZAK (Rattlestick), Pearl (Davenport Theater), Playing With Fire (The Box), MBGIW (St. Luke’s Theatre), 1931 ( The Living Theater). He has also performed at the LAByrinth Theater, Atlantic Stage 2, NYTW, & Primary Stages (Rockwell Fellowship recipient). International: Hikobae (Galaxy Theatre, Tokyo). Film/TV: “Physical Attraction”, “Nineteen Steps”, and “Time To Pay Off Debts”, “Momsters”, “Conversion”. Voice-over actor for Audible.com. Training: Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Bob Krakower, & e LAByrinth Theater Co. Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio. Deep gratitude to John, Joe, Actor John, Jack Doulin, the crew, and the man himself, Mr. Dick Gregory. SAG- AFTRA/AEA. www.stephendexter.com