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Josh Hamilton (Todd Anderson)
A longtime stalwart of the New York theater scene, Josh Hamilton's film and television work includes Alive, Kicking and Screaming (just released on the Criterion Collection), The House of Yes, The Proprietor, On Line, Freak Talks About Sex, The F word, Absolutely Fabulous, Sex and the City, Urbania, Sorry Haters, Margaret, Neal Cassady, Tonight at Noon, Broken English, The Last New Yorker, and Diggers. Among his theater credits are last year's critically acclaimed revival of Hurlyburly, Proof on Broadway, Kenneth Lonergan's plays This is Our Youth and The Waverly Gallery, As Bees in Honey Drown, The Cider House Rules, The Violet Hour, Women and Wallacei, and Eric Bogoson's Suburbia. He most recently worked on Tom Stoppard's trilogy of plays The Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center with Billy Crudup, Ethan Hawke and Martha Plimpton.

Ayesha Dharker (Asha)
In the international award-winning film, The Terrorist, Ayesha Dharker (Bombay Dreams, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones) played the lead character Malli, a role that earned her a nomination for Best Actress from the National Film Awards of India and the Cairo Film Festival award for Best Artistic Contribution by an Actress. She played the lead in Manika and appeared with Patrick Swayze in City of Joy. Her numerous television roles include the mini-series Arabian Nights and the acclaimed A Mouthful of Sky. She has also appeared in the Merchant-Ivory production The Mystic Massuer, as well as film and television adaptations of award-winning author Meera Syal's novels Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee and Anita and Me.

Asif Basra (Puro)
Asif Basra is a film, television and theater actor. His performance in two of his more recent films, Anarug Kasyap's Black Friday and Rahul Dholakia's Parzania, received much critical acclaim. He appeared in Micheal O. Sajbeland's One Night With the King with veteran actors Omar Sharif and Peter O'Toole. Though his film performances have generated many a laudatory comment, Basra is also known for his theater performances; from playing a child with spinal bifida in Main Bhi Superman to Horatio in Hamlet to his much vaunted performance playing five different characters in Feroz Khan's production of Mahatma v/s Gandhi, a play considered as one of the most successful in Indian theater.

Matt Smith (Dave)
A playwright, an auctioneer, an educator; Matt Smith is a man who wears many hats. He founded Stark/Raving Theater with Edward Sampson in 1988, fashioning and presenting five plays, including the acclaimed Here and There. His film and TV credits include Nora Ephron's romantic comedy favorite Sleepless in Seattle and the early 90s dramatic comedy series Northern Exposure. Matt is currently a member of the Fine Arts faculty at Seattle University in Seattle, WA.

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