“I say luck is when an opportunity comes along and you’re prepared for it.”
– Denzel Washington
DENZEL WASHINGTON: Two Golden Globes, two-time Academy Award-winning actor; films include Fences, Training Day, The Taking of Pelham 123, American Gangster, Man on Fire, The Preacher’s Wife, Courage Under Fire, Malcolm X, Glory, and A Soldier’s Story; Broadway: Tony award for portrayal of Troy Maxson in Fences, played Walter Younger in Raisin in the Sun, Brutus in Julius Caesar.
JOHN JOHNSON: Broadway producing credits include: A View from the Bridge, Skylight, Fish in the Dark, A Delicate Balance, This is Our Youth, A Raisin in the Sun, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Betrayal, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
PATRICIA CLARKSON: Emmy award-winning actress for HBO’s Six Feet Under; more than 30 movie credits; academy award nomination as best supporting actress in Pieces of April.
JOHN BENJAMIN HICKEY: Broadway: The Normal Heart (Tony award for best featured actor in a play), Mary Stuart, The Crucible, the Tony award-winning revival of Cabaret, and Terrence Mcnally’s Love! Valour! Compassion!, in which he also appeared off-Broadway, winning an Obie for that performance.
MICHELLE SELENE ANG: Courtney Crimsen in Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, LCT3’s Bull in a China Shop.
TOMMY DORFMAN: TV: Ryan Shaver on 13 Reasons Why, I, Witness.
RJ FOSTER: TV: Damages, Blue Bloods, Fringe; Theatre: Edward II at Bank Street Theatre, Hamlet with The Pearl Theatre Company.
MORGAN GOULD: Associate Artistic Director of the Obie award-winning young Jean Lee’s Theater Company; directing work at new Georges, ensemble studio Theatre, The Culture Project, Ars Nova, and the Lincoln Center Directors Lab.
CHRISTOPHER LARKIN: AJ Hawkes on the CW pilot Cooper & Stone; Kafka on the Shore at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago.
PETER GIL-SHERIDAN: Has received a Jerome Fellowship in playwriting, and the national new Play Network Smith Prize for Outstanding Political drama for his play Topsy Turvy Mouse. His work has been seen at the Guthrie, Soho Rep, and New York Theatre Workshop.