Jed Parsario (he/him, AEA) is an actor

based in Oakland–Bay Area, CA.

Bilingual, bicultural, bicoastal by nature,

he dreams about ice creamed realities in technicolor

with dramatic musical haikus,

undulating Hapa Belly Dancers and the peculiarities perpetual propriety brings

between polite peers and antiquarian acquaintances.

He aspires to inspire in the likes of W. Shakespeare, Hozier, Dr. José Rizal

and the Brave Artists, Theatremakers,

and everyday HeartWorkers around him.


Rebecca Pingree (she/her) was last seen onstage as Judge 1/Mr. Putnam in Michael Moran’s ensemble staging of The Crucible at Oakland Theatre Project, hot on the heels of her run as Bridget Potter in the original cast of The Kilbanes’ The Code with the ACT YC. Recent credits also include The Baker's Wife in Berkeley Playhouse’s production of Into the Woods and Paulina in Jenn LeBlanc’s Winter’s Passage at SPARC Livermore. She’s been seen on stages throughout the Bay Area, including TheatreFirst, Shotgun Players, Ray of Light, Napa Valley Conservatory, Marin Theatre Company, and Perspective Theatre, She is also a longtime member of PlayGround’s Acting Company, and has been an active member of BAARJ (Bay Area Artists for Racial Justice) since fall of 2020. She’s taught mask making at The School for Theatre Creators in Padova, Italy, coached Puppeteering for Berkeley Playhouse, and has a physical comedy class coming up at StageBridge this Winter. She holds an MFA in Collaborative Theatremaking from Rose Bruford in London, and co-founded Analog Theatre.


Elissa Beth Stebbins (she/they, AEA) is a San Francisco based actor and teaching artist. Recent regional acting credits include roles at Aurora, TheatreWorks, Berkeley Rep, and Shotgun Players, among others. Elissa has a BA in Theater Arts and English from Santa Clara University, and has continued her training with Shakespeare and Company (Month Long and Conservatory), and two trainings at the ATELIER Mask Movement Theatre in Italy, studying physical theatre, mask movement, and devising. She teaches regularly with Livermore Shakespeare Festival, and periodically with and for theaters and schools around the bay.