Jonathan Burke  Broadway: Tuck Everlasting (OBC).  Off Broadway/NYC: Langston in Harlem (Junior Addict, Urban Stages), Jazz A La Carte (Apollo Theatre), 48 Hour...In Harlem - "Lunchtime in Heaven" (Emmett, National Black Theatre).  National tours: Mary PoppinsA Christmas Story: The MusicalJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatCats (Mungojerrie).  Regional Favorites: Head of Passes (Crier, Berkeley Rep), Choir Boy (David Heard, Studio Theatre), Hairspray (Seaweed, MGR Playhouse), Rent (Angel, Hangar Theatre), Amazing Grace (Mr. Tyler, Godspeed), Goddess (Omari, Eugene O'Neill Theater Center).  BFA, Ithaca College.  

Thaddeus Fitzpatrick  Thaddeus is so thankful and excited to be a part of such a needed theatrical experience. His previous credits include The Jungle Book at The Arden Theatre, Dominique Morrisseau's Autumn's Harvest, and I and You at Olney Theatre Center and Geva Theatre. 

Ronald Kirk Regional: His Girl Friday (adapted by John Guare)(La Jolla); Off- Broadway: Melanintervention (by Chisa Hutchinson), Zoohouse (by Aurin Squire); Offending the AudienceLower Ninth (by Beau Willimon) (u/s); The Break­UpClassic Kitchen Timer (by Adam Rapp); and American Sexy (by Trista Baldwin) (The Flea); Yes We Can (Walkerspace); Lucid (Cherry Lane). Television: Law & Order: CI. Other Theatre: In the Red & Brown Water, Little Children Dream of God, The Grapes of Wrath, Doll’s House. MFA: SD 201.

Emily Stout Rules of Comedy, Remix 38, Our Town, A Christmas Carol and Dracula at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Other Favorite Credits: Technodoulia dot Com, The Taming of the Shrew, The King Stag, and Eurydice. Stout received her B.A. in theatre from Fordham University and additional training from the Interlochen Arts Academy. She is a proud founding of The Associates Theater Ensemble. So much love to Larry for this play!

York Walker is thrilled to be a part of 360repco's reading of Realness! Regional: The Mystery Of Love And Sex (Mark Taper Forum); One Night In Miami (The Denver Center For The Performing Arts); Napoli and A Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater); A Raisin In The Sun (California Shakespeare Theater); Let Bygones Be and Heist! (34th Annual Humana Festival); Dracula, A Christmas Carol, and Important People (Actors Theatre of Louisville); As You Like It and Everything Is Ours (Chautauqua Theater Company); Hairspray (Gateway Playhouse). International: The House Of Bernarda Alba (Moscow Art Theatre). Training: MFA, American Conservatory Theater. 

Lance Coadie Williams Lance is excited to be a part of this project. His theatre credits includeShows for Day / Lincoln Center Theatre; BootyCandy / Playwrights Horizons; Sucker Punch, Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet/ Studio Theatre; BootyCandy,The Convert / The Wilma Theatre;  The Children's Hour, Fences, My Children! My Africa!, Blues for an Alabama Sky / Everyman Theatre ; Fences/ Roundhouse Theatre; the title role of Hamlet/ The Baltimore Shakespeare Festival; The Oedipus Plays/ The Shakespeare Theatre; BootyCandy/ Woolly Mammoth; Love's Fire,  Shoot the Piano Player/ The Berkshire Theatre Festival. Lance won an Obie Award for his work in BootyCandy in 2015. He also had a recurring role on HBO's " The Wire". Lance is a Graduate from the Baltimore School for the Arts and is a Graduate of SUNY PURCHASE. He is cast in Lincoln Center's upcoming production of War written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.

C Kelly Wright* has appeared as The Lady in The Scottsboro Boys, Ahmanson Theatre, LA, reprising a role that garnered her a 2012 Critic's Circle Award for Best Featured Female in a Musical (American Conservatory Theater, SF/Old Globe, SD). Off-Broadway: Revival of The Great MacDaddy (Negro Ensemble Co.), Langston in Harlem, (Urban Stages, AUDELCO Award nomination, Best Supporting Actress). Other acclaimed performances include Black Pearl Sings!, Caroline, or Change, Radio Golf, It Ain’t Nothin But the Blues, A Civil War Christmas and Crowns. Wright loves developing new works. She appeared in world premieres of A Little Princess and Memphis and has given voice to new works from Marcus Gardley, Katori Hall, Imani Harrington, Mike Jones, Victor Lodato, Nina Mercer, Robert O'Hara, and Venus Opal Reese to name a few.  Wright's film work includes Angel Wishes, Everyday Black Man and Black Nativity. This is Ms. Wright’s third time with 360repco.