Jesse Archer–“Lex”

Jesse Archer starred as Luke in 2004’s Slutty Summer, and in 2007’s successful follow up, A Four Letter Word, which he co-wrote and Associate Produced.  Jesse penned the script and starred in the much buzzed-about Violet Tendencies, which played closing night at New York’s NewFest and is now currently hot on the national film festival circuit.

Jesse can be seen in the films Boy Culture, Hustler WP, the upcomingGoing Down In LA-LA Land, and has appeared on stage in the off-Broadway hit Birdy’s Bachelorette Party.  In addition to being a multi award-winning screenwriter, Jesse's first book, You Can Run (based on his two years in South America), was published in 2007.

He is the author of a long-running national column in OUT magazine, and was honored to be selected as one of the 100 most influential and newsworthy GLBT people of 2008.

Alec Mapa–“Ito”

With uproarious live performances and ground breaking television roles, actor and comedian Alec Mapa has entertained audiences worldwide.  His television career has gone from desperate to ugly with recurring roles on both ABC’s Desperate Housewives and Ugly Betty

 “America’s Gaysian Sweetheart” has guest starred on over forty series, including Alias, Friends, Roseanne, Seinfeld and NYPD Blue.  On the big screen, Alec made audiences howl in the role of “N’Cream” in the wildly popular drag queen musical, Connie and Carla.  Other film credits include Playing By Heart , Marley and Me and You Don’t Mess with The Zohan. 

As a comedian Alec continues to keep live audiences in stitches aboard Rosie O’Donnell’s ‘R Family Cruises and all over the world with Atlantis Events and Cruises.  His “Wisecrack” stand up comedy special premiered on LOGO in 2005 and has gained him a huge cult following.

Sam Pancake–“Michael No”

Sam is an actor, improviser and sketch comedian who hails from Romney, WV.  He first came to national attention after being called a "cunt" by Larry David in the notorious "The Shrimp Incident" episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.  He has appeared in high-profile, guest starring roles on popular series including Pushing Daisies, Friends, Arrested Development, Will & Grace, Fat Actress, Charmed, West Wing, and NYPD Blue. 

Sam has appeared in a slew of films, including Win A Date With Tad Hamilton!, Legally Blonde 2 and the upcoming Falling Up and Barry Munday.  Sam has also been an active member of the Los Angeles theatre community for years appearing in countless plays, improv and sketch shows.  He has performed his autobiographical one-man show The Head is Not Reliable: Stories from a High-Strung Appalachian Boyhood on stage many times over the last few years.  And, yes, Pancake is his real last name.

Jack Plotnick–“Michael Yes”

In film, Jack has appeared opposite Ben Stiller in Meet the Fockers, Ian McKellen in Gods and Monsters, Renee Zelwegger in Down with Love, Sally Field in Say It Isn't So, and the beloved Chihuahua in Beverly Hills Chihuahua.  

Jack has been a series regular on the Comedy Central animated series, Drawn Together (as Xandir) and the short-lived, but highly acclaimed, Action, on Fox.  He has had recurring roles on The Mentalist, Reno 911, Svetlana, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Joan of Arcadia, Rude Awakenings, Nip/Tuck, Ugly Betty and Ellen (as Barrett). 

In 2003, Jack executive produced and starred in IFC Films as Evie Harris in Girls Will Be Girls, for which he won Best Actor awards in LA's Outfest Film Festival and the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.

Kevyn Morrow–“Harold”
Kevyn began his career as the Host of Kidworld at the age of twelve and since then has continued on with an extensive stage career, including starring in the London premieres of Ragtime (Olivier nominated for Best Actor) and 125th Street.  On Broadway Kevyn has been seen in A Chorus Line, Dreamgirls, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Leader of the Pack, Dream, Scarlett Pimpernel, and Five Guys Named Moe, as well as The Boys in the Band (40th Anniversary production), Radio Golf, and The First Wives Club (NAACP nominated   for Best Leading Actor.  Television audiences have seen him in recurring roles on Hope and Faith, Coach, One Life to Live, The Onion News Network and Ed.  Kevyn made his film debut with John Travolta in Stayin' Alive (the sequel to Saturday Night Fever), followed by The Trade with Elizabeth Banks and Dark Light with Christian Slater.  Currently he is "The Voice/The Actor" for the Bill T. Jones' Dance Company. 

Kyle Spidle–“Mac”

A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Kyle is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.  Since his graduation, he has been involved in the theater throughout NYC.  During his last semester at The Academy, Kyle started writing his own works and has penned over six original plays and is working on many more.  His love for the art of the theater keeps him inspired to act, write, direct and produce new and original works that are intended to incite thought and feeling within the audience.

Joey Dudding–“Brandon”

Joey was most recently seen on-screen as Eddie in The Big Gay Musical and has appeared in numerous Broadway shows including A Chorus Line, La Cage aux Folles and Gypsy starring Bernadette Peters.  Other credits include the national tour of A Chorus Line, Yank!, Anne E. Wrecksick, The Muny St. Louis, Kansas City Starlight and Fulton Opera House.  Joey is a graduate of the Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts.