Dion Mucciacito made his Broadway debut in 2012 in Lincoln Center Theater’s Tony nominated production of Clifford Odets’ Golden Boy. A graduate of the Juilliard school Dion has performed at many of the top regional and Off-Broadway theaters. Born in Anchorage, Alaska and raised in Southern California, Dion Mucciacito had to overcome many obstacles before finding his way to acting. His mother, Angela Mucciacito, lost her battle with brain cancer and died at the age of 34 when Dion was only 8. His father, David, a member of the Anchorage Fire Department, was overcome with grief after Angela’s death and fell deep into alcoholism. He would ultimately die in a car accident at the age of 48. Through all of this, Dion’s extended family came together to help raise him and his older brother Dominic. With the support of his family he was able to develop his interest in acting while in high school. Although he was an athlete who loved boxing and martial arts, he found the emotional engagement in acting therapeutic and rewarding in ways that sports weren’t. Dion eventually attended the University of California at Santa Barbara where he studied Film. As an undergraduate he took an interest in post colonial theory and found a love for political activism. This married with his interest in theater and lead him to serve as a human rights observer for Zapatista rebel communities in Chiapas Mexico. He eventually would travel to Port Elizabeth, South Africa to teach self empowerment through the arts to township youth directly effected by the AIDS epidemic. After graduating UCSB, Dion continued his development as a performing artist at the Juilliard School.
Michael was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he spent many a cold winter night reading books and developing an enduring love of stories. When he wasn’t reading, he was acquiring an eclectic portfolio of skills including tap dancing, gymnastics, and French.
He went on to study acting at The Juilliard School where he received his BFA in Drama, and now resides in Los Angeles where he pursues work in theater, film and television, commercials, and voice over.
You can catch him on TNT’s The Last Ship as Lt. Gator, which is now in its third season. Some of Michael’s favorite roles on the stage include Chris in All My Sons, Joe Bonaparte in Golden Boy, and Stanley in Brighton Beach Memoirs.
FÉLIXE DE BECKER
Félixe is a French actress born in Brussels. She attended Eva Saint-Paul, a drama school in Paris, as well as several workshops with Jordan Beswick. In 2013, she went to the Festival d’Avignon with“Gainsbourg avant Gainsbourg: Lulu”, a play about the French singer, Serge Gainsbourg. She has also appeared in several French television series, webseries, and short films. Now Félixe spends her time between Paris and NYC. Imdb: www.imdb.com/name/nm4336356/
While known for his work in productions such as All Superheroes Must Die 2: The Last Superhero, Childrens Hospital, One Life to Live, most notably Colin was Mr. Stephen Daldry’s personal pick to be the first American Billy Elliot in the West End production of the musical Billy Elliot. His most recent work can be seen in Amazon’s new series Sneaky Pete, produced by Brian Cranston.
A resident of New York City, Colin is a graduate of both the Baltimore School for the Arts and The Juilliard School.
PARIS HUNTER PAUL
Paris Hunter Paul is an actor from Oakland, California, who has traveled the world in pursuit of his art. After graduating from the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program, Paris played leading roles at the Guthrie Theater, and continue working regionally at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, California Shakespeare Theater, Marin Theatre Company, San Francisco Playhouse, Cutting Ball Theater, and the Great River Shakespeare Festival, among others. Film & TV: The Other Barrio, Looking (HBO).
Adam most recently appeared in Chicago Med on NBC, opposite Oliver Platt, and can be seen in the upcoming film, Wilson, opposite Woody Harrelson. Adam won a San Francisco Bay Area Critics Award for his performance in The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Les Waters, dir) at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. He was in Mud Blue Sky (Mary Lou Belli, dir.) The Road Theatre Company, where he is also a member. Off-Broadway credits: the world premiere of Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen (Loretta Greco, dir.) at the Women’s Project, 365 Days/365 Plays, and numerous workshops of new plays at New York Theatre Workshop, Primary Stages, Clubbed Thumb, and MCC. Regional Theater credits: Parfumerie at the Wallis Annenberg Theater (Mark Brokaw, dir.), the regional theater premiere of The History Boys at the St. Louis Repertory Theatre and Our Town at Playmakers Repertory. Select Juilliard credits include The Cripple of Inishmaan, Romeo and Juliet, Balm in Gilead, Measure for Measure, and Henry V. Adam appeared on the sketch comedy show Human Giant on MTV and in numerous commercials and print advertisements. Training: Juilliard. www.adamfarabee.com
Noah Gaynor is originally from Evanston, Illinois. He attended Interlochen Arts Academy and graduated from the Drama Division at The Juilliard School. Recent credits include Joshua Harmon’s Skintight (reading) at Roundabout, and Jen Silverman’s Still at Juilliard.