Jason Currie

Jason Currie appearing in the It Gets Better Tour

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

Tyler Houston appearing in the It Gets Better TourTyler 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 |

Tod Macof­sky

Tod Macofsky appearing in the It Gets Better TourTod 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

Mario Mosley appearing in the It Gets Better TourMario 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

Sacha Sacket appearing in the It Gets Better TourSacha 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.

Joshua Skid­more

Joshua SkidmoreJoshua is thrilled to be join­ing the cast of it gets bet­ter and looks for­ward to shar­ing our mes­sage of hope. An east coaster at heart, Joshua now calls LA his home and he has come to enjoy west coast liv­ing much more than he thought he would—perfect weather will do that. Joshua attended both UNC-Greensboro and NC School of the Arts where he majored in Act­ing. Cred­its include A Street­car Named Desire oppo­site Acad­emy Award nom­i­nees Patri­cia Clark­son and Amy Ryan at The Kennedy Cen­ter in Wash­ing­ton, DC,Once Upon a Mat­tress, Hair, A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream, and Equus. Joshua is a proud mem­ber of Actors’ Equity, SAG-AFTRA, and the Gay Men’s Cho­rus of Los Ange­les. Love to fam­ily, friends, and Dolly P.