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Chuk Obasi (Director) is an American actor, writer, choreographer, and director originally from The Bronx, NY. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from SUNY Geneseo (Communication with double minor in musical theatre and dance). Obasi currently serves as Artist in Residence at Intersections International, Choreographer for STAR Theatre at the Director’s Company, and Company Member with The Private Theatre. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Musical Theatre at Drew University. Recent works include one-man play The Actual Dance (performer); Music concert A Drink with Death (Lyricist) at Feinstein’s/54 Below; Critically acclaimed play Uniform Justice (Playwright/ Director/ Producer, 2015 NY International Fringe Festival); and Award-winning Feature films “The Depths” and “79 Parts” (Actor). Twitter: @ChukObasi


Adriana Rossetto is an international actress with a predilection for raw, socially involved work with avant-garde esthetics. Recent credits include A Doll House (Marble House artistic residency) and There’s Something About America (a stage reading at The Actors Studio) Adriana is a resident actress and Director of Development at John Gould Rubin’s The Private Theatre, resident actress and board member at Vieve Price’s TEA Creative and Artistic Associate of Valeria Orani’s Umanism. Past training include the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London) and NIDA (Sydney).

Giacomo Rocchini is a New York-based actor, director and performance artist. Acting credits include Hamlet in Hamlet Hallucinations and Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (La MaMa E.T.C./Pathological Theater), Segismundo in Life is a Dream (Eager Risk Theater), the Miner in S16 Luna Nera and the Wolf in 7AM Di Mattina (Pioneers Go East/Incubator Arts Projects) among others. Directing credits include the devised show In Vino Veritas (Metropolitan Room) and For Men Only, written by award winning playwright Massimo Sgorbani (Manhattan Rep. Theater).

Christine Renee Miller – Theater credits: Such Nice Shoes (NYIT nominated), Baby Cow (FringeNYC), Kyle (Horse Trade Theater Group). TV/film credits: Bull (CBS), Glimpse (Futurism Studios), Alpha House (Amazon Prime), Sister, Sister (ABC), Party of Five (Fox).

Nabil Viñas is an award-winning actor born, raised, and based in NYC. His most recent short film “Program” premiered at the 55th New York Film Festival. He had a lead role in award-winning indie feature “Tomorrow Ever After” which played select theaters in 2017 . TV credits include Benito Mussolini in Emmy-nominated miniseries “The World Wars” (History Channel), and his performance in short film “The Cat’s Cradle” has earned multiple acting awards at festivals. Nabil is a proud Barefoot Theatre Company Ensemble Member, a member of Poetic Theater Productions and a co-founding member of The Seven Collective.

Christine Smith’s acting career started in Texas about ten years ago as a voice over artist. After moving to New York in 2014, Christine has gone on to perform and produce several audiobook narrations on iTunes and Amazon. Her stage work includes the leading role in Women Behind Bars and Twelve Angry Women, both produced by AlphaNYC Theater Company, 2015 Fringe Festival selection, Uniform Justice, produced by TE’A and other off -Broadway works. She has a recurring role in the award-winning web series In Our Back Yard. As an artist and humanitarian, Christine just starred recently in a poignant vignette, Together We Rise, that can be seen on the 2017 Women’s March on Washington’s website.