Originally from Atlanta GA, Jason Currie moved to New York to study opera at The Juilliard School. After receiving his Bachelor of Music he began to take himself a little less seriously and headed to LA where he began studying at The Groundlings Improv School. There Jason formed the improv team Jetson Lounge and the sketch group Fred For Nothing. Jason’s credits include the film Naked Boys Singing, Zeke and Luther and The Young and the Restless.
Tyler Houston was born on Cape Cod, Massachusetts and grew up both in New England and the Midwest. He began pursuing his performance career from an early age where at 18 he won the First Place Classical Singer Award from the Cleveland Institute of Music. After studying vocal performance at the CIM conservatory he moved to Los Angeles, CA. He has performed in a variety of theatrical and operatic productions such as Jesus in Godspell, Gaston in La Traviata, Pippin in Pippin and so on. Tyler is also a recording artist and is currently working on his first record (a collection of standards, jazz, and originals). He has recently been accepted to the Vocal Performance program at UCLA for Fall of 2014. Follow at www.tyler-houston.com | www.facebook.com/heytylerhouston
Tod Macofsky is a native of Los Angeles and has been performing there for over 25 years. After studying theatre directing at UCLA, he began doing cruise ship production shows. Tod’s claim to fame is as the original Bris boy in the hit review Naked Boys Singing! at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood for which he won an LA Weekly Award for Best Musical Ensemble. He has been a proud member of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles for the past 11 years and of the spin-off five-man a cappella group ‘N Pynk. Tod is the co-writer and one-half of the comic cabaret duo Mack & Poppy. Recently, Tod played a shot, frozen and decapitated dead body on the ABC-TV show Castle.
Mario Mosley attended the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television and has performed throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He’s recorded and performed as a Background Vocalist for many artists, including Kelly Clarkson. Some of his film credits include Dreamgirls, Walk Hard and Baseketball. Television credits include MADtv, Malcolm & Eddie, Hype, The Parkers and iCarly.
His stage credits include Michael’s Jackson’s Sisterella, Wedding Band, Play On!, and the role of Clopin in Notre Dame De Paris. He also originated the role of L. Ron Hoover in the world-premiere of multi-award nominated, Frank Zappa’s… Joe’s Garage. Most recently, he was featured as a Guest Host on the Fox hit “Hell’s Kitchen,” appeared as a Guest Expert on season 3 of Rupaul’s Drag U., wrapped shooting of the featured film “The Famous Joe Project” (Ryan), as well as the shorts “Peephole” (Roberto Reyes), “Oxygen” (Captain Thomas). Currently he is starring as “Flip” in a hilarious, new web series called “The Shop”.
Sacha Sacket has taken his artistry far afield touring relentlessly with concerts at hundreds of colleges and music venues while garnering airplay on 150+ independent, college and NPR stations. Openly gay from the start of his career, he has performed at numerous pride festivals, university GLBT groups, and high school GSAs. Being bullied himself as a kid, he strives to empower and support gay youth through his music and art. Recently, in 2011, he released 35 full length songs, all produced, written, and performed by himself. This year sees him continuing this prolific trend with an onslaught of photo, video, and music projects to be unveiled intermittently over the course of 2012 and beyond.