Jaime Lyn has been performing with Team Starkid for 11 years now (as Ginny in the 'Very Potter Musical' series, Candy in 'Holy Musical, B@man!,' the Sea Witch in 'Twisted,' the Daughter in 'The Trail To Oregon!,' and Shwoopsie in 'Firebringer'). Wow! In addition to StarKid, she works with Rogue Artists Ensemble (most recently appearing as the Fire-Eater in 'Wood Boy Dog Fish') and also writes and performs original characters around LA (The Groundling/UCB/iO West (RIP)). Follow her on Insta: JLBeatty & listen for her in the upcoming Netflix animated series 'Motown Magic' co-produced by Smokey Robinson.
Corey Dorris is a graduate of the Juilliard School and The University of Michigan. His Team Starkid credits include 'Trail To Oregon,' 'MAMD,' and 'A Very Potter Musical' Trilogy. Corey was recently seen on stage in 'DutchMasters' (Rogue Machine Theatre), for which he won a Stage Raw award for Best Two-Person Performance & An Ovation nomination for Best Production. TV: 'The Grinder,' 'Stuck in The Middle,' and Seth Rogen's 'Future Man' on Hulu.
Lauren Lopez is an actress, singer and dancer currently living in Los Angeles. She recently completed an off-broadway run of the new play, 'The Solve-It Squad' in New York City and you can see her in the upcoming series from Adaptive Studios, 'Stellar People,' as well as the upcoming series from The Tin Can Bros, 'The Wayward Guide for the Untrained Eye.' She is an original member of the theatre company StarKid, with whom she has worked on eight new musicals, two national tours and partnerships with The Second City and iO in Chicago. Her 11 year old chihuahua, Diane, is her biological daughter.
Jon Matteson is an actor and comedian living in Chicago, but transplanting to LA! Jon has performed on cruise ships with The Second City Theatricals and first met Lauren (Lopez) and Jeff (Blim) doing an 80s musical called 'The Power of Prom' at the Annoyance Theatre. Jon splits his time between doing shows at the Annoyance, making silly videos online (www.jonmatteson.com or on YouTube), and fixing phones at the Genius Bar. Jon is thrilled to be performing in his first Starkid musical, but is terrified of the La Brea tar pits, because if they tricked the dinosaurs they could easily get him.
Joey is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan BFA Acting program. Film/TV credits include: Nickelodeon’s 'Henry Danger' and 'Genie in a Bikini,' Disney Channel’s 'Jessie,' Fox’s 'Glee,' 'The Legend of Korra,' as well as Triggerfish’s film 'Khumba.' Online credits include: 'School of Thrones,' 'Muzzled,' 'I Ship It' (Sundance Film Festival, CW Seed), as well as Shipwrecked Comedy’s 'Poe Party,' and 'Case of the Gilded Lily.' Joey is an original member of StarKid Productions. He is a co-founder of the Los Angeles based comedy group, The Tin Can Brothers, where he's been a writer, producer, and actor in their original musical, 'Spies Are Forever,' their short film, 'Flop Stoppers' (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2016 & Newport Beach Film Festival 2017), their comedic short 'Idle Worship' (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2017), their off-Broadway hit 'The Solve-It Squad' (Barrow Group Theatre), and the upcoming series 'Wayward Guide for the Untrained Eye.'
Corey is an LA-based writer, director, and designer. Past stage projects include: Spies Are Forever & The Solve It Squad Returns (Tin Can Brothers), Airport For Birds (Second City), Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (Basement Arts), Reefer Madness (Athenaeum Theatre), and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773). Other projects: the musical short films Flop Stoppers & Idle Worship (Tin Can Brothers), Listen Up concert tour (Darren Criss), the webseries World’s Worst Musical (Verse Factory), and the tabletop game Detective Bullshit (Tasty Penguin Games). Upcoming: the podcast/digital series Wayward Guide for the Untrained Eye. @coreylubo / IG:@coreylubo
June Saito is a Costume Designer currently living and working in Los Angeles. Recent production credits include: Superstore Season 3, El Camino Christmas, There’s...Johnny!, and Flop Stoppers. Theater credits include: Solve It Squad, Firebringer, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Twisted, A Very Potter Senior Year, Apocalyptour, Holy Musical B@man, Starship, and A Very Potter Sequel. Learn more at junesaito.com.