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Kevin Chamberlin

Kevin Chamberlin has been nominated for three Tony Awards, originating the roles of Horton in Seussical, Charlie in Dirty Blonde, and Uncle Fester in The Addams Family on Broadway. Other Broadway credits include Wicked, Disaster, The Ritz, Chicago, Triumph of Love, My Favorite Year, and Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Most recently, Kevin starred opposite Michael Urie in High Button Shoes with the New York City Center’s Encores! series. 

Film roles include DieHard with A Vengeance, Road to Perdition, Taking Woodstock, In and Out, The Emoji Movie, Trouble, Wonder Park, Christmas with the Kranks, Suspect Zero, and Lucky Number Slevin, and he’s currently shooting the Netflix musical comedy The Prom, starring opposite Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, and James Corden. 

TV credits include Teen Beach Movie, A Series of Unfortunate EventsModern Family, Heroes, and Frasier, and families will know him as the loveable butler, Bertram, on Disney Channel’s long-running hit show Jessie.

Jen Kober

Originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, Jen Kober has energetically bounded onto the national stage, bringing crowds to their feet with her original blend of stand-up, storytelling, and improvised rock-n-roll comedy. Her hard-hitting hour is phenomenally funny—Kober commands the stage and dares you not to laugh. She was the 2016 winner of NPR's Snap Judgement Comedic Performance of the Year for her Girl Scout Cookie story, which went viral upon its release earlier that year.

See Jen now....

  • spinning stories on NPR's Snap Judgement Live Tour
  • as food court maven Brenda on The Middle
  • as Joan on BET's Real Husbands of Hollywood starring Kevin Hart
  • as Judge Selma on Franklin & Bash
  • as Nurse Dena on The Mindy Project
  • as Little Ed on Anger Management with Charlie Sheen
  • knocking out Larry David on Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • in the movie Paranoia with Liam Hemsworth and Richard Dreyfuss
  • in the film Grudge Match with Robert De Niro
  • in the riotous American Reunion as Ingrid
  • in Netflix’s AJ and the Queen with RuPaul and Dead to Me
  • on stage at a comedy venue near you!


Alec Mapa

Alec Mapa is an award-winning actor, comedian, playwright, and journalist whose Broadway, television, and film career spans more than twenty years. If you think that’s a long time, just imagine how Alec feels. Luckily, he’s Filipino, which means he’ll look thirty when he’s fifty, fifty when he’s seventy, and by the time he’s eighty he’ll be too pooped to care.

Alec’s professional career started in shortly after graduating from NYU when he starred in a Tony Award–winning Broadway play M. Butterfly opposite Tony Randall, before hitting the road with the first national touring company. Alec was certain the minute the tour landed in Los Angeles he’d become a big fat star. He was wrong.

Unemployed for nearly three years, Alec was flat broke, had a nervous breakdown, and had to start all over again. He turned his career crises into the hilarious one-man show, I Remember Mapa. Alec’s tragic-comic monologue of triumph and loss won the LA Weekly award for Best Solo show, enjoyed a successful run in Los Angeles, and has since played to sold-out houses in San Francisco, New York, Toronto, and Seattle. By speaking about the horrors of being unemployed, Alec found plenty of work as an actor, guest starring on shows like Friends, Roseanne, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, and Melrose Place.

As an out gay actor of Filipino descent, Mapa has long worked for causes benefiting AIDS and the gay, lesbian, and Asian-American communities, including HRC, The Matthew Shepard Foundation, Gay and Lesbian Adolescent Social Services (GLASS), Project Angel Food, AIDS Project Los Angeles, and Lambda Legal. For his dedication, Mapa was recently honored with the East West Visionary Award, the Rand Schraeder Distinguished Achievement Award from the Gay and Lesbian Center of Los Angeles, and the Davidson/Valentini Award from GLADD, and he was nominated for a Maggie Award for his editorial columns for The Advocate. Mapa was the 2005 Grand Marshal of the San Francisco Gay Pride Parade and one of Out magazine's "Top Out One Hundred" in 2004. Is it any wonder he’s “America’s Gay Asian Sweetheart”? Of course not, it’s no wonder at all.

Anne Steele

Anne Steele is a multi-award-winning singer-songwriter from NYC. She has been touring the United States and abroad since the release of her EP of original music, Made Out of Stars, in January 2019. Anne also toured extensively domestically and internationally following the release of her first EP of original music, What’s Mine, in 2015.

Anne recently performed alongside Cyndi Lauper at the Home for The Holidays concert at The Beacon Theater in NYC for the True Colors Fund. And all proceeds of Anne’s single “Love Can Take Us There,” released in 2016, benefitted the victims of The Pulse Nightclub shooting. The single was chosen as the official Provincetown Carnival Anthem for 2016.

In reviewing Anne’s newest album in Curve magazine, Editor in Chief Merryn Johns said, “After listening to this EP, Made Out of Stars, I'm convinced that Steele herself is made out of heavenly, cosmic stuff. Sporting a million-watt smile, a voice as clear and bright as a bell, and a heart of gold, Steele’s music sounds like a good friend—the kind you call when you need lifting up. One of the pleasures of female-driven pop is its ability to tap into the anthem of the self: the best female pop vocalists amplify positive feelings and give us hope that we can transcend obstacles. And when music’s as good as Made Out of Stars, I think we all get to shine a little.” 


William TN Hall

William is a composer, arranger, teaching artist, music director, and performer in New York City. He has written music for numerous plays and film and special material for performers, including Tony-winner Nikki M. James and MAC–award winner Molly Pope. He also contributed music to two musicals currently available for licensing—Methtacular! (a TIME Out New York Critic's Pick) and Songs for a More Funnier World (a New York Musical Festival Award winner).

William is proud to be musical director for R Family Vacations. He has worked extensively in LGBT entertainment, whether it be with RuPaul's Drag Race’s Sharon Needles and Courtney Act or performing on RSVP and Atlantis cruises. He was also pianist to the legendary late Joan Rivers. William is a 2015 MAC award winner and ten-time MAC nominee. He is an alumnus of the BMI Advanced Musical Theatre Writers Workshop.

William is currently on tour with multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Anne Steele. More information about all of his current projects can be found at his website. 

Alyson Palmer

Alyson Palmer is the singer-songwriter, producer-director, and performing artist best known for her ongoing three decades of work with the iconic rock band BETTY. She is the music director who created the feminist variety show CHIX, which was the closing finale set of the last eleven Michigan Womyn’s Music Festivals and Olivia’s 2017 Festival at Sea Cruise.

Featuring the immense talent that gathers at festivals, CHIX shows have featured Holly Near, Cris Williamson, Amy Ray, Vicki Randle, Toshi Reagon, and dozens of other brilliant performers and comics in themed shows such as “Rock Chix Lix,” “Chix Sings the Blues,” “Southern Fried Chix,” “80’s Prom,” and more. With BETTY, her music has been featured on scores of ads, films, and television series, including Life with Mikey and The L Word. Alyson is also the author of an essay collection, Wonderland.

Alyson tours internationally with BETTY and The BETTY Effect, a nonprofit wing she created with Elizabeth and Amy Ziff for the empowerment and self-advocacy of women, girls, LGBTQ communities, and other groups striving for equal rights worldwide.

In 2017, Alyson launched 1@1, an audacious women’s equality project that linked over 500,000 people worldwide in one minute of focused silence to connect those at the Women’s Marches around the world with those physically unable to attend. In 2018, 1@1 once again connected marches from coast to coast and internationally. An ongoing project, 1@1 is a women’s equality amplifier that features feminist changemakers in inspirational 1-minute videos every Monday at 1 PM Eastern Time. The free series can be followed at or on the 1@1 app.

Alyson’s all-time favorite project is the dazzling adventures of her beloved children, Ruby and Lake.

Tammy Colucci

Tammy Colucci is an award-winning director and choreographer. She is a three-time recipient of the Hawaii State Theatre Council’s award for excellence in direction and choreography for 9 to 5, Xanadu, and Altar Boyz. Her choreographic credits in New York City include Altar Boyz (off-Broadway), Broadway on Broadway, Broadway Cares Easter Bonnet starring Liza Minnelli, A Tribute to Chita Rivera, and A Night of Broadway Stars at Lincoln Center, featuring Capathia Jenkins and Stephanie Block.

Tammy’s television credits include choreography for Rosie O’Donnell on The View and for Rachael Ray on The Rachael Ray Show. Her regional choreographic credits include Me & My Girl (Goodspeed Opera House), Legally Blonde, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Fame, Footloose, The Wiz, Pippin, Tommy, High School Musicals 1 & 2, Once Upon A Mattress, Fiddler on the Roof, Hairspray, Cabaret, Grease, Curtains—for which she received a nomination for the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography, and many more.

Tammy is the owner and director of New York Dance Jamz and teaches master classes nationwide. She has also been an instructor at Rosie’s Broadway Kids, Broadway Dance Center, and Broadway Classrooms in New York City.

DJ Rockaway

Born and raised in Queens, DJ Rockaway has been bringing her passion and love for music to US and international dance floors for nearly two decades. Although she is true New Yorker (just listen to her talk!), she is a regular on both the East and West coasts. You’ll find her spinning at nightclubs, weddings and other private events, and galas for national nonprofits, such as NCLR, HRC, and Equality California, to name a few—and she is also a regular DJ on Olivia cruise and resort vacations.

The executive producer of the San Francisco Women’s Stage and the founder of PLAY San Francisco and PLAY San Jose, monthly events for women who love to dance, DJ Rockaway has created a unique mix of music styles—dance, hip-hop, R&B, house, club, retro—that allows her to play for all who love to dance and feel the music. In her spare time, you can find her behind a camera lens, playing with her drone, or filming and editing music videos. For DJ Rockaway, music is more than a blend of sounds, music is an experience… she wants you to feel it, live it, escape into it.


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