Jackie Chung is a former Jersey girl who now resides in New York City. She has been seen Off-Broadway in microcrisis and The Children of Vonderly (Ma-Yi Theater Company). Other select theater: Japanoir and Trickle (EST Marathons), The Sporting Life (Studio 42), The Bereaved (Partial Comfort), The Germ Project (New Georges), Mother Courage and Her Children (The Public Theater). She won acting awards for Tomorrow Arigato and The Picnic at the First Run Film Festival and starred in a mini-series with ImaginasianTV. She is a narrator of audio books and a member of the Ensemble Studio Theater and Partial Comfort Productions.
Broadway: La Bete (also London), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (also San Francisco, Boston) Other Theater: 4000 Miles (LCT3), My Scary Girl, Let's Ninja Science Team Ranger Get, Instant Vaudeville, No Boundaries. Film: Hello, I Must Be Going, Broetry. Television: MTV's The Seven, The Electric Company, Law & Order: SVU. www.thegretalee.com
BROADWAY: CORAM BOY, TOP GIRLS. OFF-BROADWAY: Jordan Harrison's FUTURA (dir. Liz Diamond, NAATCO, World Premiere), CHING CHONG CHINAMAN (dir. May Adrales, Pan Asian Rep), CRANE STORY (Playwrights Realm), SAKE WITH A HAIKU GEISHA (Gotham Stage). REGIONAL: David Henry Hwang's CHINGLISH (dir. Leigh Silverman, Goodman Theater, World Premiere), Donald Margulies' SHIPWRECKED! (dir. Evan Cabnet, Long Wharf, East Coast Premiere), AMERICAN HWANGAP (dir. Trip Cullman, Magic Theatre, World Premiere), TWELFTH NIGHT (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), et al. TV/FILM: "The Good Wife", "One Life to Live", "The Jury", "As the World Turns", MIRACLE DOGS (w. Stacy Keach & Josh Hutcherson), FALLING AWAKE, GREEN PLASTIC SANDALS, WITHIN THE IVORY TOWER. Graduate of Carnegie Mellon. Visit www.angelalin.com. Psalm 103
Jodi Lin recently played her first on- camera lead as Xiu, a rebel wife, in Gods Land, a film by Preston Miller. Upcoming, see Jodi in Borte: Queen of Tibet, a short she wrote about a woman who believes she is the reincarnation of the Queen of Tibet, produced by dreamingborte films and Vindaloo Philm Wallah. Much thanks to PPU and Nora Chau for this hilarious experience.
Recent Theatre: Lush Valley (HERE Arts Center); Marathon 2011-In The Middle of The Night (Ensemble Studio Theatre); SOUNDING (HERE Arts); Graveyard Shift (World Premiere); MONO (Off-Broadway); The Children's Hour; The Dining Room; Bloody Poetry; Alley of Misfits; Linked; numerous one-acts with Emerging Artists Theatre (Company Member). Film: The New Year Parade (2010 Independent Spirit Award Nominee); Girl, Interrupted; The Other America; Friends (With Benefits); Last Call (opposite Lori Petty). TV: Guest spots on Boston Public, Onion Sports Dome (Comedy Central), Wiener and Wiener (wienerandwiener.com). www.IreneLongshore.com
Eugene is an actor and playwright. Recent performances include GREEN DATING in the EstroGenius Festival 2011 at Manhattan Theatre Source, EST's 10th annual ASKING FOR TROUBLE, and TERRA COTTA, the winning entry for this year's Asian American Film Lab 72 Hour Film Shootout. He can be seen next in Leviathon Lab's production of TWELFTH NIGHT at the ArcLight Theatre. Eugene graduated from Dartmouth College, the National Theater Institute and is a member of the MaYi Writer's Lab.
Born in Virginia, trained in Los Angeles, now in New York. Michael has appeared as a Co-star in NBC's Mercy, and was the LEAD in the festival-touring short film Missy. He was also the LEAD in Thirty Minutes or Less (N.Y. International Fringe Festival), which earned a four-star review from Time Out New York. He was also nominated Best Actor for his performance in Proper Education (Strawberry One-Act Festival). Michael was last seen in Ensemble Studio Theatre's Asking For Trouble. A big thank you to Maureen, Nora, and the rest of the talented cast and crew of PPU. SAG/AEA/AFTRA
NY: Queens Boulevard (the musical) (Signature), Durango (Public), Ching Chong Chinaman (Pan Asian Rep), Barriers (Desipina), A Play on War, and Blind Mouth Singing (NAATCO), among others. Regional: A Number (NAATCO/ETOPiA), Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (ATL Humana 2011), Pool Boy (Barrington Stage), American Hwangap (Magic), Durango (Long Wharf), and Citizen 13559: the Journal of Ben Uchida (Kennedy Center). TV: "The Electric Company," "30 Rock," "Law & Order: CI". Film: The Normals (upcoming), Lefty Loosey Righty Tighty, Last Night, The Rebound, and HBO's Angel Rodriguez opposite Rachel Griffiths. BFA, New York University.
Maureen Sebastian has worked with Second Stage, Ars Nova, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Ma-Yi Theater Company, Vampire Cowboys, 2g & HERE Arts Center. Regionally, her credits include Arena Stage, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center and The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. Her television & film credits include the upcoming THANKS FOR SHARING, PASSING HAROLD BLUMENTHAL, LAW AND ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and GOSSIP GIRL.
Paco Tolson appeared in 2g's 14: Instant Vaudeville alongside the Pretty Precious Unicorns in 2011, and is glad to be a part of the Bieber-fever in its current incarnation. Paco is a member of Ensemble Studio Theater, AEA, and has worked extensively with 2g, Ma-Yi Theater Company, and Vampire Cowboys. He is also a graduate of Brown University. In 2010 he was named a "Person of the Year" by nytheater.com. He is currently developing his own webseries about his misadventures in Los Angeles.
Philip Cappello is a television technical director in New York City. He lives in the nation of New Jersey and grows apples at his farm Vermont. He enjoys roller skates, pink and unicorns.
Nora likes to write stories. She is a former ABC/Disney Grant Recipient for New Talent in Screenwriting. She was also a finalist for an ABC/Disney Fellowship as well as a Women's Project Lab Finalist. She is a member of the Ma-Yi Writer's Lab and Leviathan Lab. Her work has been featured on the small stage and even smaller screen.
Malcolm has over 12 years of video and film production experience, working primarily in post production. Notable clients include MTV Networks, Fox Soccer Channel, Mun2, Radio Television Hong Kong, Sports News Television, and The Metro Channels. Malcolm is also the writer and director of two short films, Falling in Rhythm and 206, that traveled the festival circuit. He is proud to be a part of the Unicorn team and feels fortunate to be surrounded by so many talented people. Thank you Maureen and Nora for entrusting me with the material.