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Nick Cordero was nominated for a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for his performance in the Broadway production of Bullets over Broadway, for which he also received the Theatre World Award and Outer Critics Circle Award. 

He also originated roles on Broadway in the hit musical Waitress as well as the musical adaptation of A Bronx Tale for which he received Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations.

He made his Broadway debut in Rock of Ages.
Nick's off-Broadway credits include the original productions of Nice Girl, Brooklynite, and The Toxic Avenger Musical.  His most recent appearance on stage was in the Kennedy Center concert presentation of Little Shop of Horrors.

Nick's television appearances include his work on Queer as Folk, Lilyhammer; Law and Order: SVU and his recurring role on Blue Bloods.  He will next be seen in the feature film Inside Game.


Frankie J. Grande is a host, performer, producer, reality TV personality and social media mogul. He became known to the world when he launched his successful YouTube channel in 2012 and more recently, as a stand-out finalist on the hit CBS series, “Big Brother 16.” Frankie followed that as a judge on the 2015 season of MTV's “America's Best Dance Crew” and as a houseguest on “Celebrity Big Brother” in the U.K.

From 2016-2017, he co-hosted “Style Code Live,” an interactive fashion and shopping show that streamed live on His guest starring roles on Nickelodeon's “Henry Danger” and Netflix's “Haters Back Off” have shown that he continues to be a fan favorite. Frankie has also starred on Broadway as Franz in the closing cast of Rock of Ages and made his debut with the mega-hit, Mamma Mia!.

As a producer, he has worked with shows on Broadway including Hamlet, La Bete and Born Yesterday, as well as Brooke Shields at Feinstein's, and his own one-man show, Livin' La Vida Grande.  His philanthropic work includes co-founding the non-profit arts organization "Broadway in South Africa" and working with buildOn, for which he was awarded their Global Impact Award. He's currently devoting much of his time and energy to supporting the Los Angeles LGBT Center.


Sean is ready to rock out with this incredible Hollywood cast. After receiving his MFA in Acting from the A.R.T. Institute at Harvard University Sean booked it to NYC. Most recently Sean was seen on stage in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Love Actually Live and Baz: Star Crossed Love. You can check him out in films such as Misfits and Abraham’s Desert and the award winning 116, both available on Amazon Prime.

He would like to thank his incredible family and friends for their unwavering support on this crazy ride that is show business.