Christina Rivera de Jesus Gonzales Rajmanpour Kolontov Yng Wong Schwartz
is a Brooklyn native, currently residing in L.A.
She became serious about acting after attending LaGuardia High School of the Performing Arts, where she received the Drama Desk Award for Performance her senior year. Rebecca earned her BFA in theatre from the prestigious Acting Conservatory at Carnegie Mellon University. Most recently, she appeared in the film Firelight opposite Cuba Gooding Jr., which premiered on ABC primetime. For more info/contact visit: www.rebeccarivera.net/
is best known for her role as Lori Trager in the ABC Family cable television network series, Kyle XY. She was also featured on the Fox network television series, Quintuplets alongside Andy Richter, and in the short film, Forsaken. She has also appeared in the independent film, Vile, and is currently filming Primrose Lane. April has made guest star appearances on television shows including American Dreams, NCIS and Psych as well as performing in numerous theater productions.
is from Austin TX, where he learned to love acting and live music. After attending Interlochen Arts Academy for theatre and winning a 2006 NFAA ARTS award in musical theatre, he proceeded to Carnegie Mellon University and graduated with a BFA in Drama/Music Theatre. In addition to acting, Chase is the co-founder of a non-profit artists venue in downtown L.A.
For more info: twitter.com/ChaseMNewell
Susan Rubin is a playwright whose work has been presented in L.A., New York, and Baltimore. She writes for Ms. Magazine Blog, where the material for Vagina Dialogues was first presented in blog form. She has written 20 short videos for the Feminist Majority on subjects ranging from domestic violence to the history of religious fundamentalism in the USA.
Her next play, eve2 will be presented at Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles in the spring of 2013.
Eric Watson was born in Boston in 1968 and was soon brought to the San Francisco Bay Area by his young mother where he was raised in a collective/communal situation that included Vagina Dialogues creator Susan Rubin. In 1973 he spent a year with his mother on the Japanese Island of Okinawa where he attended an all Japanese kindergarten while she attempted to get military personnel on their way to Southeast Asia to join the anti-war movement. Eric ended up back in San Francisco where he went on to graduate from the University at San Francisco State with a BA. From there Eric moved to Los Angeles where he attended the American Film Institute and began a long collaboration with director Darren Aronofsky and cinematographer Matthew Libatique. Together they made a short film and several feature films. Beyond Vagina Dialogues, Eric is attached to direct two feature films and a documentary, and will produce two other projects in the coming year.