Thomas Poarch is an award-winning actor and writer, and a former Peace Corps English teacher (Africa), cowboy line dancer/DJ, magazine research editor, and Notary Public. He's still the son of a preacher man.

TV/Film: Blue Bloods, One Life To Live, As The World Turns, All My Children, Shave (Killer Films), several award-winning shorts and numerous commercials. Stage: The Awesome 80's Prom (Off-Broadway), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Governor/ national tour); Victor/Victoria (King Marchan/ first NYC revival); and Terms of Dismemberment, directed by three-time TONY winner, Hinton Battle. He is also an improv actor and graduate of Upright Citizens Brigade, National Comedy Theater, and Tragic Improv.

Writer: Thomas collaborated with Broadway writer/director, Phillip Oesterman, to write Take This Show and Shove It! - a country-western musical comedy. It was premiered in Houston, TX by Broadway producer, Stevie Phillips (The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas). It also ran in Los Angeles and New York. Thomas is proud to be a member of WGA-East.

 

 

 

Kevin Coyle

Kevin Coyle graduated from New Mexico State University with degrees in Theatre Arts and History. After moving to New York City in 2003 he quickly became an actor of interest for agents and casting directors. He has appeared in national commercials for Cablevision, Bank of America, Time Warner, Coors Light, Charter Cable, Krispy Kreme, Samsung, and more. He can also be seen in the independent award winning films 16W and What’s Your Problem?. 

He was head writer for the original web series, Point and Laugh. In July of 2008 his first full length play, Getting Tom, premiered at the Cherry Lane Theatre to rave reviews, with Tony Award winning actor, Matthew Broderick, calling it, “one of the funniest things I have seen in a long time.”

Kevin has worked at theatres in New York City, Massachusetts, Colorado, and New Mexico. Reluctantly, he is a fan of the New York Mets. Kevin is proud to be a member of WGA-East.

 

 

 

 

Michael Barra

Michael Barra is an actor and stand up comedian originally from Durham, CT. Currently Michael appears in the Off-Broadway show, The Awesome 80's Prom and can be heard as the voice of a shark in a new national commercial for Snickers.

Previous credits include: National Tour: Man Of La Mancha. NYC Theater: Spellbound. Regional: The Foreigner (Bristol Riverside), Wait Until Dark (Ivoryton Playhouse), A Midsummer Nights Dream (Artfarm). Television: Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU. Film: Fog Warning, Banshee!!!, Rising Star.

Michael can be seen in the new Spiderman, currently in production. Training: SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory.