Jaeme Velez began his career as a dancer, dance instructor, and choreographer in Malaga, Spain, where he had the opportunity to choreograph for Coca Cola, teach at some of the most popular dance studios, dance for the national basketball team, Unicaja, and perform in musical theater.

Justine Huxley is an actress, singer, and voice over artist born and raised in Los Angeles.  After graduating from the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase in New York, she performed in numerous off-Broadway and regional theatre productions, and has been seen and heard in many commercials, promos, animated projects, and audiobooks.  She recently lent her voice to play the title role of Anne Frank in the 60th anniversary of the original radio play.  For more information, please visit her website at www.justinehuxleyvoice.com.

Mark McCullough maintains a highly successful career with opera and theater companies in the United States and abroad.

Ralph Steadman began his career as a cartoonist satirising the British social and political scene of the 60s. In the 1970s, responding to what he called ‘the screaming lifestyle of America’ he teamed up with Hunter S. Thompson which resulted in his iconic drawings for Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and collaborations ranging from The Kentucky Derby to The Curse of Lono. Many of his drawings were to be seen in Rolling Stone magazine and he produced his book of collected impressions of America in 1974.