Dominic (he/him/his) will earn his BFA in Acting from Boston University in 2023. Performance credits with Boston University include Stop Kiss (2020) A Dream Play (2021), Assistance (2022), and Machinal (2022) where he played the role of Husband. In 2015 Dominic founded and served as the Artistic Director for the non-profit Suffield Youth Theatre, which empowered middle and high school students to take leadership roles in theatre production and the creation of new works. He received the Connecticut Halo Award for Best Actor in 2018 for his portrayal of Christopher in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and the Connecticut Sondheim Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2020 for the role of Tony Elliot in Billy Elliot. Additionally, he was honored with the Gooch-Vincenti Artistic Achievement Fellowship for his work with Suffield Youth Theatre in 2020.
Dylan Avillanoza (he/him) is the playwright of such works as Mother May I and Diogenes. He will graduate from Boston University's School of Theatre in 2023 with a BFA in Theatre Arts. Through his work, Dylan acknowledges the absurdity of life and imbues it with empathy and foolery. His performance credits include ONCE (Bank Manager) and Incels and Other Myths (Benji). He is currently serving as Head Writer on a 4-week sketch comedy show called Going Down. Follow him @dylanoza and @weare.goingdown.