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Zachary James has appeared on Broadway in The Addams Family, Coram Boy and the revival of South Pacific. A winner of the 2009 Lotte Lenya Competition, he has sung with numerous opera companies including Knoxville Opera and Central City Opera. Regional: The Bucks County Playhouse, The York Theatre, Theatre By The Sea, Pocono Playhouse, The Kitchen Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse and The Public Theatre. TV: Carl on 30 Rock. Ballion in The Gift. Founding Director, Metropolis Opera Project.
Bill Youmans on Broadway: Wicked, Billy Elliot, Farnsworth Invention, Finian's Rainbox, Baz Luhrmann's La Boheme, Pirate Queen, The Little Foxes, Titanic, Big River. Recent movies and TV: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, 666 Park Avenue.
Victoria Clark (Sally Durant Plummer). Ms. Clark is thrilled to be singing for her supper at EAT! Broadway: Sister Act (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC, Drama League nominations), The Light in the Piazza (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC Awards), Titanic, How to Succeed, Urinetown, Cabaret, Guys and Dolls, A Grand Night for Singing, Sunday in the Park With George. Off-Broadway: When the Rain Stops Falling (Drama Desk nomination); Love, Loss, and What I Wore; A Prayer for My Enemy; The Marriage of Bette & Boo; Tres Ninas; The Agony and the Agony; Marathon Dancing. Carnegie Hall: The Grapes of Wrath. Encores!: Juno, Follies, Bye Bye Birdie. Regional: Goodman Theatre (The Light in the Piazza, Jeff Award), Long Wharf, Intiman, Goodspeed Opera. Film: Harvest, The Happening, Tickling Leo, Main Street, Cradle Will Rock. TV: Mercy, Law & Order, L&O: SVU. Solo album: Fifteen Seconds of Grace. Esteemed teachers and mentors: Beret Arcaya, Edward Sayegh, Michael Howard. Favorite Role: Thomas Luke's mom.
Daisy Eagan began her career at the age of two, playing a Bag of Wool in a preschool production of Baa Baa Black Sheep. From there, she went on to become the youngest female ever to win a Tony Award for her performance as Mary Lennox in "The Secret Garden" (Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations). Her other theater credits include "Les Miserables" (Broadway), "James Joyce's The Dead" (Original Broadway production), "Be Aggressive" (world premiere at La Jolla, Garland Award honorable mention, and regionally at TheaterWorks), "On the Mountain" (world premiere at South Coast Reparatory), "A View from the Bridge" (South Coast Reparatory), "The Wild Party" (The Blank Theater Company. 2006 LA Weekly Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical) and a whole bunch of other plays and musicals.

Her film and T.V. credits include "Losing Isaiah" (Paramount), "Ripe" (Trimark), "Tony n' Tina's Wedding" (Green Street Films), "Without a Trace", "Ghost Whisperer", "Numb3rs" and "The Unit". Daisy is a co-creator, co-writer and performer in "Krystal Park", a soap opera set in a trailer park, pieces of which can be found on YouTube.

After taking 3 years off to finish school and regain her sanity, Daisy has returned to performing, premiering her one-woman show "Still Daisy After All These Years" in 2010 in Los Angeles and in NYC at the Laurie Beechman theater in 2011. Recently, she had the great pleasure of playing Snookie for one night in "Jersey Shoresical: A Frickin' Rock Opera" at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles. She is currently in rehearsals for "Ghostlight" a new musical in the New York Musical Theater Festival, her first full-length show in NYC in over 8 years. She can also be seen around L.A. in various cabarets and benefit performances.

Daisy became a published writer with her creative non-fiction piece "Red, Grey and Blue" in the online publication Splinter Generation. She is also a frequent contributor to AADA alum, Kurt Bloom's news magazine, Antiochracy. You can find out more and follow Daisy at www.daisyeagan.com.
Will Taylor starred on Broadway in the hit revival of A CHORUS LINE (as Bobby). Other Broadway credits include: 42nd STREET, THE PRODUCERS, and LA CAGE AUX FOLLES (as Phaedra). Off-Broadway, Will created the role of Ben in the acclaimed, sold-out JASON & BEN at NYMF. He earned an MTIF nomination for his portrayal of Chip in LOVERS at Theater Row. Television: DANCING WITH THE STARS, ROSIE LIVE!, THE 2005 TONY AWARDS. Film: SEX AND THE CITY 2. Will is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon.
Sybil Bruncheon SYBIL BRUNCHEON is thrilled and honored to be asked to emcee this wonderful evening for E.A.T. She has entertained (and dumbfounded!) audiences around the world with her talent (and antics!) from the legitimate theatre and film (to county fairs!). She is particularly excited to host any event involving emerging theatre (and acronyms!!!!!!)........by the way....will E.A.T. be serving food later this evening?? She hasn't eaten in days!!!!! http://sybilbruncheon.com/