Composer of Love Sucks! and music supervisor of Cinderfella.
Deborah is a composer, conductor and recording artist whose internationally acclaimed projects include Cirque du Soleil, Cyndi Lauper and the Broadway smash hit Jersey Boys. She has written, arranged and produced music for national commercial campaigns such as Old Navy and Capital One and television shows ranging from Sesame Street to Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing, and has scored a diverse array of films, interactive media projects and live shows. She released two independent CDs as singer/songwriter/alter ego Deborah Marlowe and has performed on The Tonight Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall and twice at the White House.
Musical director and star of the Song of Songs
Star of several Teatro Korazon productions and co-writer/director of the Film Noir Murder Mystery.
He is an actor and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. His award-winning feature film, I am a Knife with Legs (2014) has played 32 festivals in 7 countries. He has appeared in many commercials, independent films and several Korazon productions including Houdini and the Film Noir Murder mystery.
Co-creator and star of Cinderfella (The Fairytale Rock Opera) based upon his character and album of that name.
Co-creator of the Liturgy of Atlantis who will be featured in Myterios Antigos in Portugal in 2017,
Co-creator and star of the Song of Songs.
Vanessa is a singer, performer, scholar and writer specializing in Sephardic women's songs and their connection to women's spiritual expression. This piece is from her recently published book Mystic Siren: Woman's Voice in the Balance of Creation.
Lyricist of Love Sucks! and featured in and contributor to the Song of Songs and Cinderella.
Val Vigoda is an electric violinist, singer, writer, former Army lieutenant, and founding member of the band GrooveLily. She has toured the world with Cyndi Lauper, Joe Jackson and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and is now launching her solo live-looping multimedia project, Just Getting Good.
Co-writer of many songs for Disney, as well as the scores for ten stage musicals which have been produced from La Jolla Playhouse to Off-Broadway, Val has won the Jonathan Larson Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre, the LA Ovation Award for Best Musical, and the ASCAP Richard Rodgers Award. She studied at Princeton University and has taught at Stanford University, Emerson College and the Berklee College of Music. Val is now the newest Artist Mentor in the Electrify Your Strings program, which brings rock arrangements and high-octane performance energy to school orchestras throughout the nation. She lives in Seattle with her 10-year-old son Mose.