Don Warrington (Hoke Coleburn) is best known for playing Philip Smith in the hit TV series Rising Damp alongside Leonard Rossiter. Other television credits include Morse, Red Dwarf, Lovejoy, Doctor Who, Casualty, The Crouches, New Street Law and Death in Paradise. His stage credits include A Statement of Regret and The Mysteries for The National Theatre, Elmina's Kitchen at the Garrick Theatre and The Merchant of Venice at Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Ian Porter (Boolie Werthan) recently played Slim in Of Mice and Men at the Watermill Theatre. His previous theatre credits include August: Osage County at The National Theatre, The Exonerated at the New Players Theatre, The Archbishops Ceiling, You Can't Take It With You at Southwark Playhouse and Voices From September 11th at the Old Vic. Ian's screen credits include Saving Private Ryan, The Bourne Ultimatum, Mr Bean's Holiday, Hotel Babylon, The Jacket, Doctor Who, Bonekickers and Moonshot.
Alfred Uhry is an award-winning playwright who has won a Pulitzer Prize, an Oscar and two Tony awards. His initial work as a lyricist includes Here's Where I Belong and The Robber Bridegroom for which he wrote the book and lyrics. Driving Miss Daisy was his first play and was followed by The Last Night of Ballyhoo and Parade, both of which were Tony award-winning pieces, Without Walls and Edgardo Mine. He also wrote the book for the Broadway musical LoveMusik.
Award winning director/producer David Esbjornson most recently directed A Few Good Men with Rob Lowe in the West End. His other directorial credits include The Goat or Who is Sylvia, The Ride Down Mt. Morgan, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, Perestroika, Resurrection Blues, Gabriel, Trumpery, Molly Ivins and How? How? Why? Why? Why? He has also served as Artistic Director of NYC Classic Stage Company and Seattle Repertory Theatre.