Nick Flyn Lehr
Nick was a co-founder of the team behind Pioneer Square Theatre from 1980-1989, where he directed hit productions of “Follies”, “The Normal Heart” and West Coast Premier of “A Couple of White Chicks Sitting Around Talking”. At the Village Theatre Nick directed the musicals “Oklahoma” and “Eleanor”. Nick founded DjangoFest a celebration of gypsy jazz that attracts top musicians from around the globe at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts WA, Mill Creek, CA & Denver CO.
David is a Film Licensing and Distribution Executive who’s films include Louis L’Amour’s “The Sacketts”, Peter Fonda’s “Idaho Transfer”, “Choices” starring Demi Moore, and “The Outsider” starring Grainger Hines & Ted Markland. As Executive Director of the Santa Susana Theater Company & Thousand Oaks Repertory Company he produced classics, “Hamlet”, “Macbeth”, “Christmas Carol” to high school and colleges in Ventura County CA.
Ari is an actor, writer, songwriter and Producer. He’s most notably starred as Sylvester on “Scorpion” on CBS for four years. His theatrical credits include full-scale Los Angeles productions of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream and the Star Wars musical parody Solo Must Die at the Hudson Backstage. Stidham’s festival premieres include credits at the NY New Filmmakers’ Fest and Fangoria Fear Con with an Executive Producer credit on Sundance-premiering NYT Critic’s Pick “Clara’s Ghost.
Dustin is a writer, guitarist, and performer. Dustin and Nick started writing this show while working together at Pioneer Square Theater. Dustin provides Lighting Design and services for live concerts and Theatres in the Northwest.
Jordan is an actor, improvisor and writer. Best known for his role of ‘John Snow’ in “Thrones! The Musical Parody” with successful runs at Sydney Opera House, Fringe in Edinborough Scotland, Los Angeles’s Hudson Theatre. Jordan is a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts.
Other credits include: Bill Clinton in "Kings of America" (Sacramento Theatre Company), Arthur Nicholls in "The Three Sisters Bronte" (Rubicon Theatre), Prince Topher in "Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella" (PCPA), Jim O’Connor in "The Glass Menagerie" (PCPA), Slim in the World Premiere of "Bubble Boy: The Musical" by Cinco Paul and Ken Dario.
William was a co-founder of the producing team behind Seattle's wildly successful Pioneer Square Theatre in the 1980s, and associate artistic director at the Seattle Group Theatre in the early 90s, Bill introduced challenging and socially relevant theater to the region. With commercially successful, long-running productions ("Angry Housewives", "ER Emergency Room") sustaining more adventuresome, provocative works during his tenure, Bill championed emerging playwrights and staged works with diversity of cast and viewpoint, including the first local staging of Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart".