Theodore Bouloukos is a New York-based actor and writer, whose performance work is divided equally between principal roles in independent narrative cinema (premiering at Sundance, SXSW, Rotterdam, Berlin, Strasbourg, among myriad festivals around the world), and numerous projects in video, painting and photography, live-performance and tableaux vivants that have been internationally exhibited at festivals, museums and galleries, including the Venice Biennale, Documenta, Performa, Art Basel and Art Basel Miami. An alumnus of The Albany Academy and Columbia University, he is also a writer, who co-wrote Hiding My Candy, published by Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster, and has contributed innumerable journalistic pieces to various national publications. He serves as the New York correspondent for The Vienna Review (Austria), and writes cultural criticism on his blog, I, Theodore.
Bill Weeden is a multi-award-winning cabaret performer, a comedy writer, and a composer. Recently he has been receiving a barrage of internet hits for two comedy videos, “Author Wrote a Fucking Book” for Upright Citizens Brigade and “DIscount Drug Warehouse” for Lorne Michaels’s Above Average Productions. On stage Mr. Weeden has been featured in many productions at The Brick in WIlliamsburg, Brooklyn, and in Shakespeare, Chekhov, Ibsen, Shepard, and Miller all around town and regionally. He has played starring, featured, cameo, voice, and background roles in all manner of studio and independent films, from Matthew Barney’s River of Fundament to the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis to Lloyd Kaufman’s Citizen Toxie:The Toxic Avenger IV. He has frequently graced the pages of The Onion as the comic vision of aging America. With his wife Dolores McDougal he has appeared in several short films, a couple of features, some stage productions, and the comedy television special DL Hughley: The Endangered List.
Sarah Baskin is a Brooklyn based actor. Originally from Montreal, she grew up in a household immersed in art and began performing at a young age. Most recently she played Marta in the multi-media theatrical adaption of Jacques Rivette’s L’Amour Fou at The Brick. Other NY performances include: The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore (U/S, Roundabout), Wolves (59E59), R&J (Empirical Rogue / Chasama), Retrospective (dir. Joan Tewkesbury). Film/TV credits: Thanks for Sharing, In the Shadow of the Water Tower, Party Politics, Who Killed Chandra Levy? MFA in Acting from ART/Moscow Art Theatre Institute at Harvard.
Shana Moulton is an internationally renown artist who works in video and performance. Moulton studied at the University of California, Berkeley and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, where she received her MFA. Moulton has also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine, and studied at De Ateliers in Amsterdam. Her video work has been screened and exhibited internationally, including at The Armory Show Art Fair, New York; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn; Loop ’05 Video Festival, Barcelona; Rencontres internationales Paris/Berlin, Paris; Aurora, Edinburgh; Dark Light Festival, Dublin; Impakt Festival, Utrecht; Internationale Kurzfilmtage, Oberhausen; Canada Gallery, New York; and Bellwether, New York. Moulton currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Geo Wyeth is an artist and musician. His work has been included in exhibitions and performances at The Studio Museum in Harlem, PS1 MoMA, Kate Werble Gallery, Danspace at St. Mark’s Church, The New Museum, Human Resources Los Angeles, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, La MaMa ETC and his apartment. He has received funding from the Jerome Foundation and Art Matters and is a two time Yaddo fellow. He is currently pursuing an MFA at Bard College, and will be in residence at the Rijksakademie for the year 2015/2016. He was born in New York City in 1984 and raised in Hell’s Kitchen and Montclair, New Jersey.
Vincent William Cooper is currently working towards his BFA in acting at NYU. He has appeared in stage productions of The Moustrap, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Cats, Dracula, Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, And Then There Were None, and Arsenic and Old Lace. His television credits include The Good Shepherd (with Robert DeNiro) and The Sopranos (HBO).