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GEORGE ST. GEEGLAND was born in Newark, NJ to verbally abusive parents sometime in the early mid 1940s. In 1971 he published his first novel Rifkin’s Dilemma, a real 70’s novel about masturbation and such. It has aged terribly. St. Geegland taught creative writing for 12 years at SUNY Yonkers – Go Zebras! – until he was fired for stuff that is in sealed documents. Along with Gil Faizon he is the co-author and co-star of several plays as well as the hit television show “Too Much Tuna” as seen on Comedy Central’s “Kroll Show.” Spalding Gray personally disliked him and he has chapped hands.

GIL FAIZON currently works as a stand-in model for mashed potatoes and other creamed foods. So like when they’re photographing mashed potatoes, Gil lies there so they can get the lighting right. His bar mitzvah theme was the color brown.

NICK KROLL (Author / Gil Faizon) Nick Kroll is the creator and star of the critically acclaimed series “Kroll Show,” which aired on Comedy Central, and he co-starred as ‘Ruxin’ in the hit FX series, “The League.” He will next be seen on the big screen in Jeff Nichols’ upcoming feature Loving, which premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, as well as the New Line feature The House. He has voiced roles for several animated films awaiting release, including Seth Rogen's Sausage Party, Illumination's Sing and Dreamworks’ Captain Underpants. Kroll also has a new animated series titled “Big Mouth,” which is based on his own teenage adventures in puberty, coming to Netflix in 2017.

JOHN MULANEY (Author / George St. Geegland) is an Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian. He most recently released his 3rd hour stand up special a Netflix Original titled “The Comeback Kid” which the AV Club called “his best hour of his career.” He began his career in New York’s East Village hosting “The Oh Hello Show” alongside Nick Kroll. In 2008, he began working at “Saturday Night Live” where he appeared as a “Weekend Update” correspondent and co-created characters such as “Stefon” with Bill Hader. He currently writes for IFC’s “Documentary Now” and for Netflix’s “Big Mouth” on which he voices the character of Andrew.  Mulaney’s first comedy special, “The Top Part,” was released in 2009 and reviewed as "a finely-crafted piece of work" by The Huffington Post.  He released his second Comedy Central special and album “New In Town” in 2012, and upon review EW.com hailed Mulaney as “one of the best stand-up comics alive.”

ALEX TIMBERS (Director) is a two-time Tony-nominated director and writer and the recipient of Golden Globe, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards, as well as two OBIE and Lortel Awards. Directing credits include The Robber Bridegroom (Lortel Award- Best Revival), Here Lies Love (Lortel Award- Best Director, Drama Desk and OCC nominations- Best Director, London Evening Standard Award), Rocky (Drama Desk and OCC nominations- Best Director), Peter and the Starcatcher (co-director, OBIE Award- Best Director, Tony nomination- Best Director), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (also book writer; Drama Desk Award- Best Book, Lortel and OCC Awards- Best Musical, Tony nomination- Best Book), The Pee-wee Herman Show (HBO), Gutenberg! (Drama Desk nom.- Best Director), Hell House (Drama Desk nom.), A Very Merry Unauthorized Pageant (OBIE Award). TV: Mozart in the Jungle.