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Molly Camp

(Mary Margaret Anderson)

Molly's Television and film credits include: The Other Two, High Maintenance, FBI:Most Wanted, Richard Lovely (pilot), Gotham, Law and Order: SVU, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, and All My Children. Favorite Theatre Credits include: The Heiress (Broadway), Relevance (MCC, directed by Liesl Tommy, world premiere by JC Lee), and Are You There McPhee? (world premiere by John Guare). Molly especially loves being a part of the development of new works and has returned as an actor to the Sundance Theatre Lab on multiple occasions. She is not willing to share her dessert, so please don't ask.

TV credits include: Murphy Brown, The Marvelous Ms. Maisel, The Deuce, The Good Wife, Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, I Just Want My Pants Back, The Big Bang Theory, Think Tank, Ms. Guidance, HBO’s Divorce, High Maintenance, Time After Time, Big Dogs, and The Last O.G. Ashley can be seen daily on the Emmy Award winning series The Electric Company playing Francine Caruthers, and is the voice of Francine on the spin off cartoon Prankster Planet. Feature film roles include Art Machine, Generation Umm with Keanu Reeves, Premium Rush with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Clint Eastwood’s SULLY. Ashley is also a stand-up comedian. She has performed stand up on AXS TV GOTHAM LIVE. Insta: @ashaustinmorris

Ashley Austin Morris


Andrew Rose Gregory is best known as 1/4th of The Gregory Brothers, the creators of the viral YouTube series 'Auto-Tune the News' and 'Songify This'. Their videos have more than 1 Billion views. He is also a songwriter in his own right and has released 4 solo albums and 2 EPs.

Andrew Rose Gregory

(Prison Rehabilitation

Barbershop Quartet;

lyrics, music director)

Stacia Newcomb

(Prison Rehabilitation

Barbershop Quartet)

Stacia (Stay. Sh. Ah!) Newcomb is an actress, comedian, voice-over artist, writer and puppeteer in NYC.  She was a television star - literally! She was the cuddly side-kick puppet "Star" on Sprout’s The Good Night Show, which she also wrote many episodes for.  She’s been seen in commercials, and had a memorable guest appearance chewing gum in Alec Baldwins face on 30ROCK. On stage, Stacia sold out an off broadway theatre with her shows SH!TSHOW, and Potty In The USA (which she wrote), she's performed in various plays and musicals in NYC and regionally and traveled the country with two different one-woman shows. You may have heard her voice on TV or the radio in a variety of commercials, video games and animated series. She has a website - it's her name dot com (

Shannon O'Neill


Shannon O'Neill has been seen in a lot of your favorite things, including Broad City, High Maintenance, Difficult People, The Other Two, and was the co-host of The Chris Gethard Show on TruTv. She has been performing at The Upright Citizens Brigade theatre for almost two decades and you can see her every Friday night performing with The Stepfathers, and every Sunday night hosting and performing in UCBT's longest-running show, ASSSSCAT 30000. Rolling Stone called her "effortlessly funny" and the Hollywood Reporter called her "A very good Shannon O'Neill." Follow her on the tweets and grams - @spotastic

Mehdi Barakchian

(Madani Madani)

TV Credits include: Manifest, Netflix’s YOU, NCIS: New Orleans, CBS’ Bull, Hulu’s Difficult People, and TBS’ Search Party. Mehdi is also the creator and host of the "Brown as f*ck" talk show, Passport Control with Mehdi Barakchian on BRIC TV. TimeOut NY said Mehdi does “the Daily Show better than the real thing.” Mehdi was a producer and an actor in the comedy pilot, SPLUNCH, which was an Official Selection at NYTVF and won the Just For Laughs ComedyPRO Partnership. He also serves as Co-Host/Producer/Writer on NY Times acclaimed late-night talk show Brunch Night! with Jamie LeeLo. Insta: @mehdibarakchian

Matt Bovee is a theater, dance, music, and film artist living in Brooklyn. He is an enthusiastic consumer of baked goods. Learn more at

Matthew Bovee

(Prison Rehabilitation

Barbershop Quartet)

Nick Caruso is a Greenpoint, Brooklyn-based writer, producer and semi-musician who likes formulaic movies and watering his plants. 20 years ago, Nick was in a barbershop quartet named “Uncalled Four,” and has been chasing that dragon ever since; finally, MABA has returned him to his roots. Follow him on Twitter/Instagram @thenickcaruso, where you can plainly see he does not actually have a forehead tattoo.

Nick Caruso

(Prison Rehabilitation

Barbershop Quartet)

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