Megan Beard


  Megan is so excited to be a part of this beautiful journey! She is a recent graduate of Ithaca College’s BFA program.  She originally hails from Los Angeles, and began her professional career at age 13 as a part of the Original LA Cast of Mattel’s American Girl Revue. She can currently be seen performing in the Off-Broadway production of The Love Note. She would like to thank her family and friends for all their support. Special shout out to my mom and dad for always believing in me and encouraging me to pursue my dreams. 

Rick Grossman


is a third generation thespian, who began his career at the age of six with his parents in NY's Yiddish Theatre. Rick recently was seen as Sancho in the 2014 national tour of MAN OF LA MANCHA. Prior national tours-- ENTER LAUGHING, COME BLOW YOUR HORN, MILK & HONEY. Off-Brdwy: THE MANUFACTURER'S DAUGHTER, AWAKE & SING, FELDMAN & SONS, HARRY & EDDIE:THE BIRTH OF ISRAEL, HELLO, CHARLIE!, DAMN YANKEES (Lincoln Center Outdoors). Film/TV: HOUSE OF CARDS, THE 30 YEAR OLD BRIS (Tribeca FF), THE PITCH, FINDING OSCAR. Rick has done 150+ regional theatre productions, with over 100 directing credits. 

Ben Tostado


Selected Credits: Tada! Youth Theatre, The Gallery Players, The Kaufman Center, and Astoria Performing Arts Center, as well as several schools in the New York City area. He is on faculty at Rodeph Sholom School where he teaches Drama. As an actor, he has worked with Tectonic Theatre Project, The Hangar Theatre, TheatreworksUSA and performed in numerous musicals on both coasts for the past 18 years. He can be heard on the original off-Broadway cast recording of Seussical. Selected playwright credits: The Great Pie Robbery…Or, We Really Knead the Dough, (2012 NYC Fringe) and The Little Lemonade Girl (with co-author Jim Colleran at The Kaufman Center). Ben is the Artistic Director of Playlight Theatre Company where he continues to examine new and existing works. 

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 Robin Carus

     Casting Director

Bonnie Hilton

(Stage Manager)

After attending Denver School of the Arts, Bonnie devoting a year to Hurricane Katrina disaster relief and teaching with AmeriCorps. She has stage managed a number of national and international tours, and has been managing note-worthy productions in Off-Broadway house since 2007. Her youth education projects include Drama at Rodeph Sholom School, YMCA’s Kids Company, and their Teen Tech Crew. She is a Crew Chief and Technical Supervisor at HERE Arts Center, Marjorie S Deane Theatre, and Queens Theatre. Bonnie’s passions lay in new-works, immersive, and site-specific theatre; notably CHECKOV at LAKE LUCILLE, BASTARD BLOOD (Shakespeare’s War of the Roses), and TONY ‘N TINA’S WEDDING. She is honored to be on this TM journey!

Kelly Hubbell   


is a recent graduate of Wagner College and feels so lucky that this was one of her first productions in NYC!  Some of her favorite previous roles include Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, and Trisha in Dog Sees God.  She would like to thank the entire production team and cast of The Tiny Mustache for sharing this beautiful story and experience with her. And, of course, a special thank you to her parents, who never fail to be loving and supportive. 

Taso Mikroulis


Being honored with the artistic achievement award upon graduating with this ­degree in Film/Theater at Deree University(The American College of Greece), Taso Mikroulis recently wrapped his Off-Broadway debut as King Thoas in “Iphigenia in Tauris.”  Shortly there after, he produced his first theatrical production while playing the role of Bradley in Academy Award winner, John Patrick Shanley’s, “Four Dogs and a Bone”, at WILD PROJECT. Theatre: RENT, Fiends, Showgirls! The Musical, I Hate Hamlet, Golden Boy, The Importance of Being Earnest, Into the Woods, Hello Dolly, GOD, and The Outsiders. Film: the award winning, Shades of Love, which also features one of Taso’s original songs.  Other Film: OtherSide, Ten-Buck Baton, Papillon, Battle Angel, The B.T.S., Indigo, A Past a Future and Destiny, Calibri. TV: award winning, “The RAs”, ”Fame Story”, and “In Between Men”. Taso currently studies at Haymarket Annex with Jennifer Gelfer. Taso is excited to be apart of such a talented team. 

Lori Lusted 


is originally from Baton Rouge, LA. Off-Broadway: Swingtime Canteen (Topeka), NYC: Oliver! (Charlotte), Atlantis the Musical (Little Girl). Regional: Les Miserables (Cosette), Annie (Grace), Hair (Jeanie), Chicago (Roxie), You’re A Good Man… (Sally Brown), Evita (Mistress). Other favorites: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), Clue (Miss Scarlet). Lori is overjoyed to be a part of the Tiny Mustache! MM in Music Theater from OCU. 

The Tiny Mustache

New York City Workshop November 7, 2014

Andrew Goebel


  is humbled to get to work with such a talented and hard working team. This is what creating art feels like! Regional:

Much Ado About Nothing (Conrade), Macbeth (Murderer), Oklahoma! (Cord Elam), Beauty and the Beast (Beast), Sweeney Todd (Passerby), Measure for Measure (Abhorson). 
Other favorites: A Christmas Story (Ralph), Titanic the Musical (Edgar Beane), Dark at the Top of the Stairs (Morris Lacey). 
Thank you to the team for this amazing opportunity and to my family for their constant support.

Jimmy Bain


 is very excited to be working on such a historical new musical! Recent credits include Big River (Huck Finn), Sweet Charity, and Pinocchio with Lake Dillon Theatre Company; La Dispute/Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream with Hartford Stage Company; She Loves Me and Death of a Salesman with the Monomoy Theatre; and the most recent industry reading of Monkey Boogers!. Jimmy received his BFA in Music Theatre from the Hartt School of the University of Hartford in May .

Adam Fieldson


is a native of Lincoln Nebraska.  It is here at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln that he received his BM and MM in voice.  Adam is a versatile performer, having a resume that equally features Opera and Musical Theatre roles.  He is excited to be a part of The Tiny Mustache, which has turned out to be a wonderful learning experience.

Peter Sullivan


 Peter decided that he wanted to be an actor when he realized that the dancing chimney sweepers in "Mary Poppins" were actually actors, not chimney sweepers.NY Theatre: "Nosce Te Ipsum" (Sidekick Productions), "DublinDownDublez" (Cabrini Repertory Theatre), "La Petite Mort" (Sidekick Productions), Scribblin' At the Automat" (Kumble Theatre), "Scars" (Chernuchin Theatre). Film/TV: "The Hunt With John Walsh" (CNN), "Destiny Jones" (LesFilm Productions LLC), "Ipso Facto" (IdEgoSuperego Productions), "Silent Library" (Viacom), "Hoodman: The Projects Rising" (Tony Clomax). 

Promoting yourself tip: I've noticed many former cast members put performance videos up on youtube to promote their talent. The sound  audio is usually horrible. Here's a suggestion for better audio of your vocal track, Take your smartphone, put it on airplane mode, attach your headphones which must have a mic on the wire. Turn your recording application on . hide the mike & earbuds wire inside your shirt, near your throat or collar. stick the phone in the back of your dress or shirt, like a wireless mike pack. When you get the video of your performance from your colleague, Download your audio to computer, Sync up your video with the good audio track from your phone and mix it together for better sound. You'll need an editing app. but it's not hard. good luck. Steven, former Avid, FCPro,  video editor. ( i used the tiny iPod mini years ago. it worked great.