Philip Mutz – Writer/Producer
Philip is a writer and actor in New York City.  His latest play
The Real Life recently had a staged reading with the Identity Theater Company in NYC.  His play Gay Camp played to sold-out audiences at the PIT (People’s Improv Theatre) in 2011.  He is currently head writer for the hilarious new web series The Reality Whores (webisodes can be viewed at  His children’s play about bullying SuperBen! just finished a sold-out run at the ArtHouse in Provincetown, MA and can be seen this spring touring to elementary schools, alongside his environment-themed children’s play Leslie and Ben Save the World! His dark comedy Kidnapping Laura Linney played to sold-out audiences in the Midtown International Theatre Festival, where it was nominated for 5 MITF awards including one for "Outstanding Playwriting".  Upcoming writing projects include the pilot episode of the outrageous new adult cartoon Wigz, as well as the pilot episode for a television version of The Reality Whores.  Philip holds a B.F.A. in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and the Experimental Theater Wing.

Ken Urso – Producer

Ken Urso has served as director, actor, producer, guest artist, and dramaturg throughout the U.S.  He earned his BFA in Acting from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and his MFA in Directing from the Actors Studio Drama School.  His acting credits include Valentine in Twelfth Night (Manhattan Rep), Davey in Lieutenant of Inishmore (Strollers Theatre), Philip in The Shape of Things (Actor's Repertory Theatre), Yvan in Art (Actors Studio Drama School) and Jules in boom (Interplayers Theatre).  For two seasons, Ken was an Artistic Associate at Actor's Repertory Theatre in Washington, where he served as Assistant to the Artistic Director.  His NYC directing credits include Worth House, Bent, Never the Sinner, Red Light Winter, Fallen Angels, Amicable Parting and the original productions of Kidnaping Laura Linney, Gay Camp, and Riverside. Other directing credits include Always...Patsy ClineNever The Sinner, The Complete Works of Williams Shakespeare (abridged)The Producers, Chicago, and Cabaret. Ken is on the acting and directing faculty at the Actors Studio Drama School and is an associate member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

Susan-Kate Heaney – Writer/Producer

Susan-Kate Heaney is an actor and writer currently based out of Los Angeles. She is a graduate of New York University with a BFA in Drama. Most recently, she has been performing her comedic solo show Mop-oholic in New York and Los Angeles, at UCB, the Pit, iO West and Second City.   Susan-Kate is a co-creator and lead actor in comedic web series The Reality Whores. She has performed in theaters all around New York including Bank Street and Rattlestick. Recent work includes the role of Jessica in Mercy (NBC) and the abused nanny in We Need to Talk About Kevin. One of her latest projects is a writer and lead actor for the web-series One-UPs, which can be found on Funny or Die. She works regularly in voice-overs. For updates, please visit 

Phillip Fazio – Director/Producer

Phillip Fazio graduated from The Boston Conservatory with a BFA in Musical Theatre and Directing. Immediately upon graduating, Phillip began a three-year contract as an Artist in Residence at Phoenix Theatre. Now in it’s 92nd Season, Phoenix Theatre is the oldest arts organization in the state of Arizona. Regional Directing credits include Proof, Rent, Ragtime, Grey Gardens, Hidden in this Picture, West Side Story, Macbeth, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, and Almost Maine. Assistant Director credits include the Center Theatre Group/Deaf West revival of Pippin (Directed by Tony Award Nominee Jeff Calhoun) at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and the New England Premiere of Take Me Out at Speakeasy Stage Company in Boston. New York City directing credits include Ben and Leslie Save the World and Super Ben for The Think Theater Project and The Real Life with The Identity Theatre Company. Producing credits include the Arizona premiere of The Last Five Years, Rocket Man and Cabaret at The Boston Conservatory, and the world premiere of Faces on Milk Boxes. Phillip is a member of the Lincoln Center Theatre Director’s Lab and Actors’ Equity Association.

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