Joshua Warr was most recently seen at The Secret Theatre in “Side Show.”  Other Secret Theatre credits: Rafe in “The Knight of the Burning Pestle;” Tommy in “Raft of the Medusa;” and Silvio in “The Servant of Two Masters.”  NY Credits: “The Revival” (Lion Theatre at Theatre Row); “SING NO EVIL” (The Laurie Beechman Theatre);  Nick in the NY revival of Bill Russell’s “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens” (The Laurie Beechman Theatre), and The Caterpillar in “Alice in Wonderland” (American Theatre of Actors). Film: Harris in “Hunting Season;” Maryann's Aide in “Behind Closed Door” and David in Joonhan Lee's Columbia MFA film, “Sketchbook.” 

Warr was nominated for a 2010 MAC Award for Outstanding Male Debut for his work in SING NO EVIL. He is a graduate of the Maggie Flanigan Studio and earned a B.A. from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. 

But it all started in 2006 when Joshua starred as the villain personality in TLC's reality dinner party competition, “Dinner Takes All.”  He lost, but doesn't tell anyone...

Joshua Desjardins is New York City's favorite nerd!  Originally from Boston, Joshua graduated with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA.  Soon after he became the Executive Assistant for Cabaret Pittsburgh, through which he had the pleasure of meeting and working with musical theatre geniuses such as Elaine Stritch, Stephen Schwartz, Tom Wopat, Craig Carnelia, KT Sullivan, and more!  

Desjardins is currently living in New York City where he recently began recording music, with his latest single, "I'm a Nerd," being a huge success on iTunes!  He also takes pride in his original one-man show, “Nerds Among Us.”  Joshua looks forward, however, to his new successes with "Joshing Around."


Miles Phillips is a multiple award-winning actor, director, nightclub vocalist and recording artist with appearances in theaters, nightclubs and concert halls from Honolulu to London.  He has countless leading New York and regional theatre roles, numerous film and television appearances, a popular solo album and a score of original and studio cast recordings to his credit.

Phillips’ acclaimed directorial ventures range from film to regional companies to New York theatre and cabaret, including serving as Artistic Director for Musical Theatre Renegades and The Hot Spot Theatre Company.  Phillips received his graduate training with The American Conservatory Theatre and his M.F.A. from The National Theatre Conservatory.

An award-winning actor, Miles effortlessly jumps from classical theatre to musical theatre to concert halls to the finest nightclubs. He recently starred with some of Broadway’s brightest in “The Broadway Musicals of 1930” at Town Hall. Recent critically acclaimed theatre performances include: Arthur in “Camelot;” Lockstock in “Urinetown;” Banco in the New York premiere of Ionesco’s “Macbett;” Bassanio in both “The Merchant Of Venice” and the world premiere of its award winning new sequel, “The Doctor Of Rome;” Cliff in “Cabaret;” Captain von Trapp in “The Sound Of Music;” Garry in “Noises Off,” and Bud in the New York revival of Bill Russell’s “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens.”

As a nightclub vocalist, Miles has been honored with MAC Awards for four of his shows and twice honored in the category of Outstanding Cabaret Male Vocalist at the New York Nightlife Awards. His latest solo show “…Reappearing In My Mind” recently played a triumphant engagement at Feinstein’s and has been playing to sold out audiences around the country. His leading man charm, glorious voice and passionate artistry have established him as one of New York's most celebrated male vocalists.

Kenneth Gartman’s background as a pianist, accompanist and music director provide him a strong foundation as a singer.  Classically trained, Kenneth began his professional singing career with the Ft. Worth Opera Company.  Upon moving to NYC in 2000, Kenneth began concentrating his efforts on a career in musical theatre. He has worked at various regional theaters throughout the country and toured the USA in the National Tour of Meredith Willson's “The Music Man.”  Kenneth has also performed internationally on a Live BBC Broadcast of “Simply Sondheim” as a part of the Opera Ireland Fringe Festival in Northern Ireland.  Kenneth has also appeared as a soloist in several of the country's finest concert halls including Carnegie Hall.  On a more intimate level, he enjoys the NYC cabaret scene and is a proud member of AEA.

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