Lauren Elyse Buckley grew up doing theatre in Chicago, before moving to Los Angeles to study theatre and screenwriting at Loyola Marymount University. Lauren is best known for her recurring role on AwesomenessTV's "Foursome" and has a lead role in the feature film Blame, set for release fall of 2020. Her credits include shows for Netflix, ABC, TruTV, CW Seed, and numerous indie films. She recently started working in animation and booked her first animated pilot. In addition to acting she writes, directs, and produces. She has several projects in the works, including a feature film and animated series.
Erik Escobar is a comedian who has performed all over the United States at clubs, colleges, and theatres independently, with the Almost Asian Comedy Tour, and opening for acts such as Rex Navarrete and Jerry Seinfeld. You can catch him on NBC's "Last Comic Standing," Buzzfeed, VH1, the upcoming feature film VHYes alongside Tim Robbins and Thomas Lennon, and his own TEDTalk out of Carroll College in 2020. He holds a Masters in Fine Arts in Comedy Theory and Studies from Goddard College and resides in Los Angeles, CA with his shih tzu, Rancor.
Brandon English is a Queer Filipinx-American actor, director, writer, and producer located in Los Angeles, CA. He is an alumna of Art of Acting Studio and Saint Mary’s College of CA. He explores his artistry through movement, spirituality, and deep empathy. In 2019, Brandon produced Borracho: Spanish for Drunken Bum at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, where it won an award and had a sold out run. He was nominated for a Broadway World Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his work in Comfort Women: A New Musical and ranked in the Top 5. Most recently he starred in Consent directed by Andrew Cervantes where it won the Grand Jury Award at Outfest FUSION. His short films have been featured with Outfest FUSION, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, and many more! brandonenglish.net
Kaitlyn Fae is an actor, writer, director, and singer. She has performed in a number of plays and musicals, including A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet, Spring Awakening, The King and I, Jesus Christ Superstar, Aida, Mulan, Jr., Icarus's Mother, Bare: a pop opera, The Count of Monte Cristo, and Supportive White Parents. Following Jamie, a short film she co-starred in and co-wrote with director Charles Gray, screened at multiple festivals around North America last year. She also starred in Bubble, a short film by Alyssa Lerner, which won Best Narrative Short at aGLIFF32, as well as the audience award for best short at Frameline43 Film Festival.
Dia Frampton is an actress and singer/songwriter born and raised in Utah. She spent her late teens and early twenties touring across America, Europe and Asia with her band "Meg & Dia." Her band released albums on Warner Bros. records as well as Universal Records and Nettwerk and have toured three years on the respected Vans Warped Tour. Her album, "RED" went on to go double platinum in Asia. After her time on NBC's "The Voice," in which she was runner up and Blake Shelton's finalist, she started to study film and theatre in Los Angeles. After graduating from UCB's Improv program, Dia started to write and create short films with her colleagues. In studying film and TV she also started writing music for these platforms as well. (Insurgent, "Pretty Little Liars," "Good Trouble," "The Bold Type," Disney's "Monkey Kingdom"). She also writes music for DJ's and music producers (Illenium, Kaskade, The Crystal Method). A fan of live theatre, she recently played "Patricia" in William Mastrosimone's Extremities in Los Angeles as well as Jamie in A Walk to Remember Live.
Matthew Scott Montgomery THEATRE: Stage Kiss (The Geffen Playhouse), YELLOW (Best Actor Winner at the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, The Coast Playhouse), Dead Boys (writer/star, West Hollywood One City One Pride Excellence in LGBT Theatre Winner, The Blank Theatre, Celebration Theatre), I Know What You Did Last Summer: The Musical (El Cid, Three Clubs), Anchorman: The Musical (El Cid), A Walk to Remember: The Musical, The OC Musical, BROLESQUE (Rockwell Table & Stage), Definitely Not Clue: A Live Murder Mystery Musical for Twitch (After Hours Theatre Company). FILM & TELEVISION & WEB: "Southern Baptist Sissies," "Jane the Virgin" (CW), "White Famous" (Showtime), "Sonny With a Chance," "So Random!," "Shake it Up!," "Austin & Ally" (Disney Channel), "SMOSH" (recurring), "Nasty Habits," AEA & SAG/AFTRA. Instagram: @matthew_scott_montgomery Twitter: @irobotyoujane TikTok: @matthewscottmontgomery
Skarlett Redd is a Los Angeles based actress, filmmaker, and model. While she often acts in the commercial industry, her independent work has found success on Youtube and in film festivals including WUTI Goes Idyllwild and NoBudge. In 2019 she was the recipient of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers’ Emerging Content Creator Scholarship. Satire and camp remain important styles in Skarlett's work, while feminist themes of body autonomy and sex positivity are the throughlines of her content.
Michael A. Rosegrant (they/them) is a community organizer descendent of Philippine islands and “American” farmlands who resides on occupied land of the Massachusett. They sing for their ancestors—blood and otherwise—who could not. Currently, they are unlearning fear of their own rage to center presence, magic, and history in their work of dismantling oppression. They create/share art in communities including Arts Connect International, BCYF Grove Hall Senior Center, Pao Arts Center, American Repertory Theatre, UMass Boston, and Boston University. michaelrosegrant.com & @michael_arose on IG/Twitter