Melvin Villajin Biteng (Ray Harimoto) is an actor/singer/dancer/musician/videographer/poet that came here from the Philippines 5 years ago to attend college at AMDA in both LA and NY. He graduated at the of 2014 with a BFA in Performing Arts and since then he’s been working on a multitude of projects. He has done a 6-month run of Avenue Q at the Cupcake Theatre in Hollywood, played Bun Foo in Thoroughly Modern Millie, was Billy in INVISIBLE: A New Rock Musical and more. He was also a top 10 male contestant in LA's Next Great Stage Star 2015. You can also check out his mini music album he released back in June, the #EmoceansEP on the iTunes Store or Spotify. Maybe you’ll even find him in a café, singing with his guitar right after the show. Thanks to God, family and my squad for all the love and support thus far.
Actor | Singer-Songwriter | Musician | Poet | Photographer
Actors Access: http://resumes.actorsaccess.com/melvinbiteng
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/melvinbiteng/
After 38 years in the aerospace industry, Linda is rediscovering her love of music in Retirement Land. She and her husband sing with the 100-voice Torrance Civic Chorale. Linda also performs with a variety of ukulele groups, vocal ensembles, and in all-volunteer musicals. "Letters to Eve" is her first full production performance, and she is honored to be a cast member.
Originating from San Jose, California, April Lam is an actress who recently starred in the award winning short film, Home is Where the Sunsets and the exciting fan-made-film, Batman: Anarchy as London Rivers. She has also been featured in numerous commercials, such as FedEx Office, Nishiki Rice, and Microsoft. Graduating with a BFA in Musical Theatre, Lam was able to be a part of breath-taking shows, such as Miss Saigon (Mimi - Palo Alto Players, Kim - Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra), Cinderella (Mendacia - Glendale Centre Theatre), and The King and I (Wife - Glendale Centre Theatre). She is extremely excited to originate the role of "Chinatsu" in Letters To Eve. Being able to tell this compelling story about the rarely mentioned side of World War II, has been a remarkable and tear-jerking journey. Feel free to keep updated with April's projects on her links below.