Matt is an out and proud Theatre Nerd. Since he was very small, he has spent countless hours pouring over theatre history books, cast albums, and wracking up an impressive Playbill collection that now has its own storage unit (true story). After graduating with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Emerson College, he spent some time working as an actor. After making his Off-Broadway debut in a play called “Daddy Issues,” where one critic wrote that “his averageness works,” Matt figured it was best to transition.
Grace Aki is a Georgia peach turned New York City pizza rat. From Japanese and American Southern roots, Grace has a taste for many cultures. She began dancing at 3, doing voiceovers for radio and became enthralled in storytelling and drama.
Joe Iconis is a musical theater writer and performer. He has been nominated for a Tony Award, four Drama Desk Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards, two Outer Critics’ Circle Awards, and is the recipient of an Ed Kleban Award, a Jonathan Larson Award, and a Richard Rodgers Award. Joe’s musical Be More Chill (with Joe Tracz) played Broadway and London after a premiere at Two River Theater. The Be More Chill cast albums have been streamed over 500 million times. Joe is also the author of Love in Hate Nation and Broadway Bounty Hunter (with Lance Rubin and Jason SweetTooth Williams) and many more. His music appeared on Season 2 of NBC’s “Smash,” with his song “Broadway, Here I Come!” hailed by The New York Times as a new entry in The Great American Songbook. He is greatly inspired by the family of artists he surrounds himself with.
David Meyers is an actor, and a nationally-produced playwright and screenwriter. He also loves Broadway musicals. You can see some of his creative work at www.Bloomywood.com.
SALLY HORCHOW is the co-host of This is Reality: The Reality Winner Podcast, which was recognized by Apple as “New & Noteworthy.” A two-time Tony-nominated Broadway producer (Annie, Tootsie), Sally’s most recent productions were the critically- acclaimed true-story thrillers, Is This a Room and Dana H., which were among the first shows to reopen Broadway after the Pandemic shutdown.