Jim Wann, chief composer and leading man for Broadway's (Tony-nominated, Best Musical) Pump Boys and Dinettes, is a music and theatre artist whose work has been performed across America and around the world.
A Morehead Scholar at UNC-Chapel Hill, Jim graduated with Honors in Writing and formed a music club with friends, Cat's Cradle. He migrated to New York City with his first show (co-author, Bland Simpson), Diamond Studs: The Life Of Jesse James, A Saloon Musical , a hit off-Broadway (NY Times: "Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!"), and a pioneering work for actor-musicians from the '70's to the present.
Patricia Miller has worn many hats in the world of professional theatre as an actor, writer, producer, and administrator. Ms. Miller was raised in Vidalia, Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a BFA in Theatre and has a Masters in Arts Administration from New York University.