Colton Ford (Alvin) – Colton Ford has been a recording artist for over 30 years, was signed to Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter Denise Rich’s production company and had two deals with Virgin in the ’90’s. He’s released three full-length albums, “Tug of War,” “Under the Covers,” and “The Way I Am”, one EP, “Next Chapter,” and numerous singles, collaborating with the Godfather of House Music, Frankie Knuckles, Chris Willis (David Guetta), Nervo (Kelly Rowlands, Kesha, Britney Spears), Wawa (Kylie Minogue) and Redtop (Beyoncé, Taio Cruz), to name just a few. He’s had several hit singles and videos, including Billboard charting, “The Way I Am,” “That’s Me,” “Let Me Live Again,” “Losing My Relgion” and “Signed, Sealed, Delivered”. He was featured in Cyndi Lauper’s video, “Into The Nightlife,” and also performed on Cyndi Lauper’s 2008 True Colors Tour. Ford was the subject of the acclaimed 2003 documentary, “Naked Fame”, co-starred three seasons playing Sheriff Trout on Here! TV’s “The Lair”, made his off-Broadway debut in 2012 in Little House on the Ferry, and is a featured panelist on the Here! TV’s resident chat fest, “Threesome.” Ford was named in AfterElton.com‘s Top 50 Gay Male Musicians. Ford is currently working on two new albums, and is excited to be returning to the stage in Studio C’s Production of Howard David Rivers’ play, “And All The Dead, Lie Down.”
Kila Packett (Foss) – Kila Packett was last seen at Studio C Artists in Hi-Tech Hijack. Other L.A. Theatre: Theatricum Botanicum, Upright Citizens Brigade, Lillian Theatre, Colony Theatre, New Musicals Inc., and NoHo Arts Center. Off-Broadway: BAM, Classic Stage Co., Pearl Theatre Co., Mabou Mines, and LaMaMa etc. TV: “Hawaii Five-0.” He is a founding member of the Plastic Theatre and co-author of, The Secret Court, (GLAAD, Drama Desk nominee for Outstanding Play). MFA: Columbia University’s School of the Arts.