Tom Silva is an actor and businessman who brought his real-life experiences to the role of Aamod. In his other life, he is lead singer of the rock band, Clara May (www.claramay.com) which has performed at major venues around Chicago and whose first album was described by the Chicago Sun-Times as "rich and alluring, a mini melting pot of new American music" and by ITunes as "sensuous and poetic". Tom also directed and wrote the film, "The Quiet", which was named Best Independent Film by Screen Magazine in 2003.
A Pakistani-American actress and activist, Fawzia Mirza left a career as a lawyer to become a full-time theatre and film actress.She co-wrote, produced and starred in the film "Signature Move", an American indie comedy-drama directed by Jennifer Reeder about a Pakistani muslim lesbian woman living in Chicago with her mother. The film premiered at the 2017 South by Southwest Film Festival. Her short film, "The Queen of My Dreams" played the festival circuit around the world and her web series "Kam Kardashian" is available on YouTube. She has performed on Chicago stages most recently with the celebrated Goodman Theatre, Silk Road Rising, 16th Street Theatre and Theatre Seven. Follow her on twitter @thefawz or at www.fawziamirza.com.
Based in LA, Puja Mohindra has been featured in numerous network series including the JJ Abrams show, "Undercovers", Jerry Bruckheimer’s "Miami Medical," and "Three Rivers“ on CBS . She is a graduate of the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.)'s MFA Acting program. A former company dancer with the Natya Dance Theatre, Puja has traveled around the U.S. performing the classical Indian dance, Bharata Natyam. She also danced with the Camara Dance Company.
Sean Masterson has been one of Chicago’s premier magicians for over 20 years with engagements at the legendary Music Box Theatre and the Live Bait Theater. A graduate of the acting program at Illinois State University, he has also performed internationally, including at Festimagic in Paris and at the International Theater Festival of Grenoble, both in France.