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BIANCA AMATO * University of Cape Town - Audie & Earphones multi-award winner
Bianca's distinguished international career began in her home country of South Africa, on stage film and television - most notably as the lead in Isidingo, South Africa's premiere drama series. Her portrayal of Phillipa De Villiers, a "feisty Englishwoman in a groundbreaking interracial storyline for post-Apartheid television", made her a household name in South Africa. Bianca moved to New York in 2001, appearing in celebrated plays including Tom Stoppard's Coast of Utopia trilogy, Arcadia and Macbeth on Broadway, Importance of Being Earnest at BAM, Top Girls, Pride & Prejudice, As You Like It and Pygmalion at the Guthrie, and the "stunning" Neva at the Public Theater, among others. TV & film include Sex & the City, The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, The Big C, Elementary, The Adventures of Sinbad, Alpha House, The Kissing Booth 2, and Bianca's prolific voiceover career includes narrating over 60 audiobooks, including several Earphone Award winners and an Audie for Listening for Lions.
Bianca's natural warmth, precision & passion for the craft of acting has made her a resource for aspiring artists for over 20 years - from stage & screen auditions to Shakespeare, dialects, and VO. She splits her time between New York and Johannesburg, South Africa, with her beautiful family.
* STAGE | TV (Drama) | BFA & MFA | Shakespeare | Voiceover (Audiobooks) *
* currently Video Session only
GINIFER KING * BFA Western Michigan University * Broadway & TV, Musicals, Comedy
Broadway credits include Gypsy starring Bernadette Peters, playing the title role of Gypsy Rose Lee on numerous occasions, playing Shelby in Steel Magnolias opposite Delta Burke and Christine Ebersole, and Cyrano de Bergerac, starring Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner (also filmed for PBS). Ginifer is a founding member of LA’s successful “For The Record” series; a live, one of a kind celebration of the soundtracks of modern motion picture masters. Shows performed include Baz Lurhmann (LA & Vegas Cirque du Soliel collaboration), The Cohen Bros., Tarantino, Scorsese, Paul Thomas Anderson, Zemekis, The Marshalls and a live performance of the holiday favorite “Love Actually”.
STACEY SARGEANT * BFA Syracuse (Musical Theatre) * LaGuardia High School of Music & the Performing Arts *
Stacey Lucille received a Lortel Award Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical, a Drama League Award Nomination for Distinguished Performance Award, and a Drama Desk Award Nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Musical, all for her performance in Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of The Future at Ars Nova. She is the recipient of the South Korea Daegu International Musical Festival's Best Supporting Actress Award, as well as the New York Musical Theatre Festival’s Outstanding Individual Performance Award. Other musical theatre credits include: Legally Blonde (1st National Tour), Kiss Me Kate (Papermill Playhouse), The Color Purple (Alliance Theatre), Harlem Song (Apollo Theatre). . . . full bio
TOM WOJTUNIK * BFA MMC (Acting & Directing) * Director (NY IT Award Winner)
Tom has directed numerous musicals in New York, many of which received awards for Best Musical: Cloned!, Allegro, Children of Eden, Urinetown (New York Innovative Theatre Awards, New York Musical Theatre Festival). He is the former Artistic Director of the Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC, 2008-2014), where he directed Blood Brothers (NYIT Award Nominee - Best Director & Best Musical), The Secret Garden (NYIT Award Nominee - Best Musical), The Human Comedy (NYIT Award Nominee - Best Musical), Ragtime (NYIT Award Nominee - Best Musical), Love Trapezoid (new musical workshop), The Pillowman, Ragtime and Proof . . . full bio
LINDSAY NICOLE CHAMBERS * BFA Otterbein, Musical Theater & Dance
Lindsay went from her hometown of Columbus, Ohio to the bright lights of Broadway in short order, appearing in Lysistrata Jones, Legally Blonde, and Hairspray, along with hit national tours of Kinky Boots (as Lauren), Elf and Hairspray, smash productions of Forbidden Broadway, I Love You You're Perfect Now Change, Little Shop of Horrors, Chicago, Clue . . . full bio
Liz originated the role of Kat in the Off-Broadway World Premiere of Sea of Tranquility (Atlantic Theater Company). Other musical credits include, LoveSick (59E59Theaters), and The Fox (George Frankel Theatre). A lifelong singer, Liz was a Victory Belle at The National WWII Museum, while also creating and performing in thematic concerts An Evening in the 70s and Deep Like the Rivers, both in NYC.. . . . full bio