Max just turned three in November 2013. He lives in Western Washington. He can sing 4 songs in Mandarin (as far as his parents can tell), and already swims better than his parents (they hope). Heroes include quarterback Russell Wilson, Mater the Tow Truck, and Mr. David, his art teacher.
Alec Lai is a 4th grader at Bryant Elementary in Seattle, WA. In addition to acting, he has been playing violin for almost 5 years and also sings in Pacifica Children’s Chorus. Absolutely passionate about playing the violin, Alec's favorite thing to do is to compose his own pieces of music.
Alec is proud to be performing the role of Nibs in the Broadway Bound Children's Theater production of Peter Pan in January, 2014.
Eric Eugene Aguilar is a costumer, multi-media artist, dancer, and choreographer. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Eric moved to Seattle in 2004 to pursue a life of art making. He has had the pleasure of working for esteemed choreographers Maureen Whiting, Alice Gosti, Sarah Kathryn Olds, Geoffrey Johnson, Cyrus Khambatta, and Katsura Kan among others. His dance work has been shown in such venues as On the Boards, Velocity Dance Center, the Erickson Theatre, and Oddfellows Hall.
Chris attended Cornish College of the Arts from 2003-2005. He has danced for choreographers such as Deborah Wolf, KT Niehoff, Maureen Whiting, Geoffrey Johnson, Bianca Cabrera, and Cyrus Khambatta, with whom he toured to France, Canada, and across US. His choreography has been produced through Velocity Dance Center's 2013 The Bridge Project, Seattle International Dance Festival's Art on the Fly, Cornish, Khambatta Dance Company, and Stitch Movement Collective.
Andrew McGinn is an actor and director based in Seattle. He graduated in 2013 with an MFA in directing from The University of Washington and from Juilliard in the 90’s. He has over 100 NYC performance credits including 5 performances with NYSF/The Public Theater, the Tony Award record-breaking Coast of Utopia, and Invention of Love. Seattle acting credits include performances at Seattle Rep, ACT, Seattle Shakespeare Company, The Engaged Theater Project, and Spectrum Dance Theater.