The Max Factor Factor
Adrian Bewley grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and studied drama with The Atlantic Theater Company through New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Since then, he has been active in theater as an actor and a writer. He is the author of two full-length plays, The Erikson Report and Ball of Roses, which have seen productions in LA and New York. He is the co-author of The Veteran’s Wife  (music and lyrics by Scotty Arnold), as well as several musicals-in-progress. The Angel of Painted Post (music by Matthew Levine, lyrics by Richard Castle) was included in Stephen Schwartz’s Dreamworks/ASCAP workshop last February.  Miss Alabama and Mr. Redemption will be included in a festival of new musicals this fall at Cal State Northridge
Joe Blodgett  is a San Francisco-based composer and singer. His other musicals include Standing Up (book by Paul Elliot, lyrics by Larry Todd Johnson) and Marriage Counseling (with bookwriter and co-lyricist Michael Greenspun). He also contributed music to In the Mind of Olympians (2011 Stages Festival). He sings with the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco, an a cappella chamber choir that received the 2011 Chorus America / ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
Chana Wise is a playwright and lyricist living in Southern California. She has written both book and lyrics to Mary Marie (NAMT 2014), Tinseltown Christmas, (Claire Trevor Theatre, UCIrvine, 2012) and The Coffee Quintet, a short musical film, and is currently developing Bagels! The Musical;  all with music by Carl Johnson. As a lyricist, Chana has written Earthbound, (SkyPilot Theatre, 2012 - book by Adam Hahn, music by Jonathan Price) and The Island, (SkyPilot Theatre, 2013 - book and music by Jonathan Price). Chana is a member of the Dramatist's Guild of America and the Academy for New Musical Theatre.
The Creative Team
(music by Cindy O’Connor, lyrics by Larry Todd Cousineau). He is also a singer-songwriter and released his last album, Guilty White Boy, in 2008.