Judy McLane (Val) performed over 4000 performances on Broadway in Mamma Mia! as well as numerous other Broadway and National Tours. She created the role of "Vienna" in the Off-Broadway production of Johnny Guitar, earning her a Drama Desk Award Nomination for Best Actress and a Drama League Honor. Most recently, she portrayed the iconic Maria Callas in Terrence McNally's Master Class. She was in the award-winning LGBT feature film Were the World Mine, tours the country doing concerts and cabaret, and has been seen on television in "The Blacklist," Darla on "Another World," and "Guiding Light." Judy has the distinct honor of having received her own celebrity caricature at the famous Sardi’s Restaurant in NYC.
Jim Newman (Scott) is a Broadway veteran having been in the original casts of Hands On A Hard Body, Curtains and Steel Pier. Other Broadway shows include The Who’s Tommy, Sunset Boulevard and performing alongside the iconic Liza Minnelli in Minnelli on Minnelli. In addition to his numerous National Tours and Regional Theatre credits, Jim is currently touring the world as the “Cowboy” in the famous musical group Village People. Film/TV credits include "After Forever", "Bromance", "My Gay Roommate" and "The Big Gay Musical". Jim is a strong voice in the LGBT community and looks for projects that bring social awareness, including participating in the LGBT youth “It Gets Better Project.”
Julee Cerda (Linda) is an American actress most recently seen in the Broadway revival of Children of a Lesser God directed by Tony Award winner, Kenny Leon. On television, she has guest starred on Showtime's "Homeland" as Press Secretary Reiko Umon, and has made countless other appearances on hit shows like "Orange is the New Black," "House of Cards," "Billions," and "Kevin Can Wait." On film, Julee can be seen in Morten Tyldum's Pasengers and Nancy Meyers' The Intern.
Gary Hilborn (Paul) is an actor whose television credits include recurring roles on "The Blacklist" and "All My Children," as well as guest appearances on several other hit series - including "The Sinner," "Quantico," and "Blue Bloods." Recent films include the award-winning feature Jane Wants a Boyfriend (starring Eliza Dushku) and the romantic comedy In Stereo. Gary has performed in numerous stage productions and received a 2013 "Best Actor" nomination from BroadwayWorld for his work as "Eddie Carbone" in Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge. He was seen in the New York premiere of Carol Carpenter's play Sweet, Sweet Spirit and he originated the role of "Mickey" in The Love Junkies of Hell's Kitchen.
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