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JASON CANNON

Jason is a best-selling author and publisher, as well as an award-winning director, actor, improviser, playwright, and teacher. He has an MFA in Directing, a Masters in Drama, and a quarter-century in professional theatre.


As an actor Jason has portrayed everything from a rapping dinosaur to a robot and from a hitman to Hamlet. He has written plays about J.R.R. Tolkien and Stevie Wonder, directed plays about hiccuping dragons and foul-mouthed puppets, and once while improvising he was attacked by a stage light.


Learn more at jason-cannon.com


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SCOTT MANN

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Scott Mann is a former U.S. Army Green Beret with multiple tours in Afghanistan. Scott is also the founder of Task Force Pineapple, a group of volunteer veterans advocating for the abandoned Afghan People.


He is also the founder of the 501C3 The Heroes Journey, where he helps warriors, first responders, and their families find their voice and tell their story in order to bridge the civil-military divide.


After undergoing a difficult transition from military life and combat where he almost took his own life, Scott became a playwright and actor in his recent play and film about the Afghan War called LAST OUT: ELEGY OF A GREEN BERET (soon to be published by IBIS BOOKS!), which has been seen by over 80,000 people, toured 16 cities, has led to 250+ PTS interventions by trained counselors, and was performed for 75 Gold Star Families.

SAM MOSSLER

Sam is the author of QUEEN PALM. He was a lifelong actor, writer, humorist, teacher, and made the best Old Fashioned you ever did have.


Learn more about Sam and his legacy.

MARK ST. GERMAIN

Mark is an award-winning writer for the stage, television, and film. He lives in a small Massachusetts town with more cows than people, and is the author of THE MIRROR MAN.


His dozens of plays and musicals include Freud’s Last Session, Dancing Lessons, and Becoming Dr. Ruth. Mark also wrote the children’s book Three Cups and the comedic memoir Walking Evil: How Man’s Best Friend Became My Worst Enemy.


Mark’s work has received the Lucille Lortel Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, and the Off-Broadway Alliance Award. He is an Associate Artist at the Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires, where a theater has been named after him.

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