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Travis York: Travis York is from Texas. He was last seen in Anne Washburn's THE INTERNATIONALIST. He has worked with 13P, Soho Rep, The Flea, The Committee, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Salvage Vanguard, among others. For the late great Afghan Whigs. And Jeanette Graham. Travis would like to mack down with PJ Harvey.

Dorian Missick: Dorian is happy to be working with the Corporate Rock crew this summer. A "seasoned newcomer," he was last seen on the New York stage in Blurring Shine at last year's Fringe Festival. Other stage credits include the B'way workshop of Disney's Ball, Paul Robeson: All American (McCarter Theater)& Over The Edge (NITE STAR Co.). Some film and TV credits include: Two Weeks Notice, 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover, NYPD Blue, Law & Order, and the upcoming remake of The Manchurian Candidate. Dorian has also been seen in more than 20 national commercials

Gerry Diamond: Has appeared in independent films, commercials and regional theater. Her theater credits include: Sleep at LaMaMa, The Goodbye People at the Ernie Martin Theater, Labor Day at Long Wharf, The Petrified Forest at Walker Street Theater, Twelfth Night and The Seagull at Expanded Arts. After many years of training as an actress, Gerry found herself in Chicago during the SAG strike. During that time, Gerry completed the comedy-writing program at Second City Chicago. With other Second City alumni she collaborated on Bowlscrapers to Skyscrapers and It's a Wonderful Life, Sucka. In NYC, Gerry wrote and produced Why I Have a Headache and Apartment Life. Ms. Sheridan is a member of the Gene Lasko Acting workshop. Gerry would like to thank Will Bennett for writing such a cool play and Tim Haskell for his creative direction on Corporate Rock. Gerry lives in Brooklyn Heights with her husband Steve and their dog Paige.
Charles Jang: Charles began dabbling with the performing arts in high school improvisation workshops, staged skit performances, and nunchaku (martial arts) demonstrations. He performed the leading role in the award winning feature film Take Out which will be having its New York debut at the 2004 Asian American International Film Festival. Charles enjoys traveling and eating raw garlic with his food.

Natalia Hernandez: Natalia was born in Colombia, where she began acting, singing, and directing films. She moved to Paris to study acting at Le Cours Florant and Blanche Salant. After appearing in a number of plays, she then moved to New York to study directing at the School of Visual Arts. She is currently working on her new film as director, writer, and actress, and singing on Felix da House Cat's new album, Neon Fever. Natalia loves New York and Rock and Roll.

Aaron Haskell: Has been performing and trying to get arrested in New York for a little over 4 years 19 days and about 11 hours. He is a part of the Suarez Dance Theatre entering his third season. Aaron recently appeared in the "fightsical" Road House: The Stage Play. A-dog is very glad to be in this show because it reminds him of the fourth grade.

Jamie Benge: Jamie graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a degree in waiting tables. While currently thriving in the restaurant business Jamie enjoys hanging loose, handgliding, and playing hardball. Jamie was last seen in the Off-Broadway "fightsical" Road House: The Stage Play. This show is dedicated to his "baby's mama" - the love of his life "Chicken." Love Ma-Dukes, In-Dukes, and Kev-Dukes. This is Jamie's last appearance on stage....ever.

Nick Arens: Nicholas originates from Los Angeles, where he performed with UCLA's Common Ground festival, The Evidence Room, and under the direction of Jacques Heim of Diavola Dance Theatre. Nicholas was last seen in the Off-Broadway "fightsical" Road House: The Stage Play, and he is currently pursuing his Masters in Fine Arts at the Actor's Studio.

Kellie Arens: Kellie is currently an MFA candidate at the Actor's Studio Drama School. She has performed on the New York stage in productions of: Road House, Weird--The Musical and Nose Job with Love Creek Productions; as well as The Lesson and Mud at ASDS. Kellie is a native of southern California and a graduate of UCLA School of Theater, Film, & Television. In Los Angeles she is a member of The Orphans Theater Company and the People's Republic of Improv. Kellie would like to thank Tim & Rebeca for their constant friendship and support; and her husband Nick -- the most talented and loving Zombie in the world!



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