Los Angeles


NICO RENNELLS – (Singer) Nico had a love of music from early childhood. Raised among musicians and thrust into the Burbank High’s award winning Show Choir you could say that Nico was always meant to follow a musical path. Member of the company Musical Theatre Los Angeles, Nico has performed in such musicals as West Side Story, Ragtime and Hanky Panky, A Very Girlie Revue to name a few. She met Pam in High school through her older sister Katrina (competing in La’s Next Great Stage Star). Nico and Pam formed an unbreakable bond that remains strong to this day.

WILL COLLYER – (Composer, Actor) Will Collyer was born in Portland, Oregon, and raised in a suburb of San Francisco. His father works in software marketing and his mother is a schoolteacher. The youngest of three boys, his two older brothers both work in scientific fields, one a geologist and the other a veterinarian. While the Palo Alto Children’s Theater was Will’s introduction to the stage, it was his professional debut as Young Charlie in Theatre Work’s Conversations with my father that really fueled Will’s acting ambitions. Will went to college at UCLA and joined the award winning A Cappella group AWAKEN. Pam met will when she was 16 years old in a Young Actor’s Company production of Little Shop of Horrors (Directed by Josh Meltzer – Prop Master of the hit show DEXTER).  The two kept in touch and years later collaborated on RIGHT TOGETHER, LEFT TOGETHER. www.willcollyer.com.

emotionsTHE BEAVERS – Is an all female sketch comedy group starring : Alenoosh Aslanian, Pamela Eberhardt, Chris Farah, Sarah Hagan, Selin Mehrabian, Meghan Parks and Katrina Rennells. Directed by Moses Venegas


EMILY CLARK SIMPSON – (Actor, Singer) Emily Ann Bluemel Clark Simpson was born and raised in  Pasadena, California. The brash and ballsy little dame took to the “actor’s life” early on.  By the time 6th grade rolled around, Emily nailed her first big role as Miss Hannigan in ANNIE. Emily’s adult life has been spent nourishing her two greatest passions: building theatre companies and teaching the performing arts to kids! She is a founding member of THE MECHANICALS THEATRE GROUP. During a 2-year stint in New York City, Emily found a kindred spirit in Pamela Eberhardt: a writer and fellow actor. Together, Emily and Pam founded THE UNKNOWN ARTISTS, and with the group, she made her Off-Broadway debut in the original musical, IT’S ABOUT TIME (Ashley). Emily put together an autobiographical cabaret show called, SLIGHTLY DRAMATIC, which she wrote with her good friend, Ryan Scott Oliver. The show has already been performed at some fantastic venues including Sterling’s Upstairs at Vitello’s and Caffeinated Cabaret! Emily recently married the talented Bob Simpson and the two reside in North Hollywood, California. www.emilyclarkonline.com.


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