Ken Arpino is an actor and writer based out of NYC and the Executive Director of Wolfbane Productions in Appomattox, VA. He was most recently seen at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway in 'Ruben and Clay's First Annual Christmas Carol Family Fun Pageant Spectacular Reunion Show," which he also cowrote with Jesse Joyce. He is also the co-owner of the new production company, Pals of Dorothy, LLC, which is committed to LGBT voices and stories. Broadway National Tours: Mamma Mia!, Legally Blonde: the Musical! and Hairspray; Favorite Credits Include: ‘Anthony Hope’ in Sweeney Todd, ‘Mercutio’ in Romeo and Juliet, ‘Brad’ in The Rocky Horror Show, ‘Ed’ in Evil Dead: the Musical!, ‘Prince Herbert/Historian’ in Monty Python’s Spamalot, ‘Demetrius’ in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and ‘Peter’ in Bare: A Pop Opera. Off Broadway: My Big Gay Italian Wedding and The Christmas Rose (starring Jane Seymour). Boston area native; Emerson College graduate.
BJ Gruber is a huge fan of Ken Arpino and The Queens Project because of the series’ 3-dimensional portrayal of LGBT characters. He grew up in Richmond, Virginia and studied Theatre & Dance at James Madison University. Now a denizen of Astoria, Queens, New York BJ works in theatre, film, & tv.
Trey Gerrald (Nick) On TV Trey has recurring roles on Orange is the New Black, Hulu’s Deadbeat, NBC’s Next Caller with Jeffrey Tambor and Dane Cook, and guest stars on FX’s You’re The Worst and BET’s Comedy Get Down opposite George Lopez. He also appears on The CW’s The Carrie Diaries, TVLand’s Younger, Steven Spielberg’s TNT series Public Morals, and Tina Fey’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Film: Todd Solondz’s Wiener-Dog (opposite Danny DeVito), Fourth Man Out, Ce Sentiment de l’été, Grind (with Anthony Rapp), Kate (Best Supporting Actor Award) and Carefree. Web: Abstract Poverty. Trey assisted the UK directing team on the reimagined Les Miserables, which played Broadway.
Andre Jordan is a proud New Jersey native with a heart of gold. Andre has appeared in National tours, and many a regional theatre production since attending AMDA NY. Tours include: Shrek The Musical (Donkey), Legally Blonde (Carlos), and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat alongside Andy Blankenbuehler. Regional productions include: Shrek The Musical (PCLO), Ain’t Misbahavin’ (Phoenix Theatre), Mamma Mia (ACT of Connecticut), and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Ogunquit Playhouse). You should probably follow him on Instagram (@manchair5) and see what shenanigans he’s up to today.
Chris Dwan is an actor/writer from Detroit, Michigan. He was last seen on Broadway as Elliot in the original cast of Finding Neverland, the musical. TV/Film credits include Royal Pains (USA) and One Bad Choice (MTV) Chris starred in the music video ‘No Stranger’ for the Brooklyn-based band Small Black and appeared in Season 2 of the hit web-series The Queens Project as Trey. Select Off-Broadway and regional theater credits include The Old Boy (Keen Company) Harmony, a new musical (CTG, Ahmanson/Alliance Theater), How To Succeeed... (TUTS), Lord of the Flies (Barrington Stage). Chris has hosted, written and performed in multiple solo concerts at Feinstein’s/54 Below including ‘Waste of Space’ and ‘A Pop Star Christmas’ and is a founding member of the singing group RANGE a cappella.