Jason Howard (Lorenzo) has been working in NYC for more than a decade. He has created projects in film and on stage with puppetry, music, fights and mask. A 2002 NYFA Grant allowed him to develop film projects including Is Now Was, Reverse Psychology, and most recently The Launch. He travelled to Finland with Drama of Works performing the title puppet role in Faust. He is a founding member of ManhattanTheatreSource and has acted at the Public Theater, NYTW, TFNC, MTS, Ontological, EST, Camilla's, Circle Rep, the Ohio, HERE, Judith Shakespeare, and the Adobe Theater to name a few. TV/Film credits: "3rd Watch", "Soldier in the Shadows", "Baseball Trilogy", "Pandora Machine".

Stephanie Janssen (Baccina) In New York, Stephanie has been seen in By the Bier (Cherry Lane Studio), Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Looking Glass Theatre), Museum (Keen Company), Rhyme and Reason (Creative Place Theatre), among others.  She has appeared in workshops and readings for companies including New York Theatre Workshop and Immediate Vision, and has worked regionally at the Guthrie Theater (Mnpls, MN) and the Potomac Theatre Project (Washington, DC). Stephanie holds an MFA from NYU’s Graduate Acting Program, as well as a BA from Middlebury College, where she recently taught as a visiting Associate Professor of Theatre.

Chip Phillips (Giuliano) Chip has performed I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change in NYC, Boston, Reno and the National Tour. Recent NYC: Shoe Palace Murray (CircleEast), Good and Sidd (manhattantheatresource). Regional: Israel Horowitz and Terrence McNally’s Off-Season (Gloucester Stage), Sleuth (Foothills Theatre), The Front Page (Merrimack Rep), The Gig (Lyric Stage), Lend Me a Tenor (American Stage Festival), Das Barbecu (New Repertory Theatre), A Tuna Christmas (StageWest), and Jackie (Wilbur Theatre).

Liza Vann (Marietta) Introduced to New York theatre audiences in LaMama’s epic production Vox Humana #3: A Love Song, Liza’s favorite Off-Broadway credits include Lydia in Ladies in Waiting, Sybil in Teasers, and her much acclaimed portrayal of Mary Shelley in Ken Eulo’s The Frankenstein Affair. A recipient of the Clarence Ross Fellowship from the American Theatre Wing, she has performed extensively in regional theatre as well as abroad, most recently as Nicky in The Smell of the Kill, Edna in Lying in State, M'Lynn in Steel Magnolias, Myrtle Brown in Morning's at Seven, and Miss Maudie in To Kill a Mockingbird. Her award winning one-woman show, The Top of the Bottom Half, has crisscrossed the US and Canada, making stops at a variety of venues, and she continues to accept limited engagements nationwide. She is delighted to once again be working with Richard Vetere ; from Sissy O'Keefe (Desperado) to Marietta Corsini, Vetere women are always a pleasure.

James Wetzel (Machiavelli) was most recently featured as Elder #1 in Clytemnestra, directed by Teresa K. Pond, for NewAge Classics Productions and as a P.I. on "One Life To Live" in July. He also played Kelso in the short film, The Ballard of Rosie Graves for The Outlaw Project. Besides Machiavelli, Jim has been workshopping Richard Vetere's new musical, Be My Love , based on the life of Mario Lanza, as well as Charles Messina's newest play, Homeland, featuring Vincent Pastore, and the screenplay, Younger, featuring Joe Piscopo. Last year, he won critical acclaim playing Earl in Sam Shepard's The Late Henry Moss for the White Horse Theater Co. Favorite theatrical roles include Cheap Sunglasses (Pat) - Plays For Living; The Speed of Darkness (Joe), Hedda Gabler (Judge Brack), Taking Sides (Major Arnold), Of Mice and Men (George), Terra Nova (Scott) - Shadowland Theatre; The Ithica String Quartet (Cello - OOBR award), Joyce Carol Oates' Here She Is! (MC), The Gentle Rain from Heaven (Damian) - Turnip Theatre Co. He also played Bowers in Terra Nova and Rev. Hale in The Crucible for the Tampa Players. Jim studied at The Neighborhood Playhouse with Sanford Meisner and Greg Zittel, and is a proud member of Actors' Equity, as well as the other actors' unions.
CONTACT: (212) 462-9357 / JWWJR1953@yahoo.com

Lex Woutas (Alfonso) Among Lex's favorite regional credits are Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest (Virginia Stage Company) and Charles Lomax in Major Barbara (St. Louis Rep). In New York, Lex has appeared in many shows at Manhattan Theatre Source, his favorites being St. Francis of Hollywood, Woyczek, and Machiavelli. He also does extensive voiceover work for cartoons and anime. Lex thanks his friends down at MTS, particularly Andrew Frank for all the years and Fiona Jones for all the remarkable coincidences.