Becca Ayers Broadway: South Pacific (original revival cast), Les Miserables (original revival cast), Avenue Q. Off-Broadway: Sarah, Plain and Tall, The Audience, Tour: Jekyll and Hyde (1st National), Regional: Children of Eden (Ford's Theatre), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Rep. Theatre of St. Louis), Cabaret (Barrington Stage Company) TV: Guiding Light, No Law and Orders of any kind.
James Donegan (second b*tch from the right) is thrilled to be a part of Sammy & Dan's cavalcade of bitterness. Most recently, James has been b*tching about the state of the musical theater in FORBIDDEN BROADWAY: Rude Awakening (original cast; cast album on DRG). Other favorites: A Year with Frog and Toad (Man 1, Dorset Theatre Festival); Company (Bobby), Triumph of Love (Agis); Hello, Dolly (Cornelius); Evita (Che) and Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus). His CD, So Much Spring ("auspicious debut" -- NEXT Magazine), can be found on iTunes. Proud member AEA. For Marc. 
David Perlman is super thrilled to be B*tching again with the gang!! Recent credits include Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Penobscot Theatre), Abraham in Altar Boyz (Arvada Center) and the title role in Calvin Berger at Barrington Stage Company (Artistic Producer William Finn). David has also toured Europe in Hair (Woof) and the states in numerous children’s tours. In New York, David has performed with Raw Impressions, Musicals Tonight, Opening Doors Theatre Company, and here at the York in numerous readings, including Bucquisto’s Like You Like It (Phil). David has also appeared on Law and Order. Thanks to Sammy and Dan for having him back, and thanks to Mom and Dad as always for their love and support. More info. can be found at
Amy Rutberg Since moving to New York Amy originated the roles of Zelda Fitzgerald in The Jazz Age at 59E59th as well as Clementine in Charles Busch's Our Leading Lady at Manhattan Theatre Club.  Amy was also a company member of Don't Quit Your Night Job at the HA and regularly performs in Gravid Water at the Upright Citizens Brigade. In Los Angeles favorite roles include: Janet, The Rocky Horror Show at the Tiffany, Grave White Way at the Hudson, and originating Lucy in Dracula the Musical at La Jolla Playhouse. National Tours: The Civil War, Man of La Mancha.  TV/Film: Law and Order, Everwood, Pacific Blue, As the World Turns recurring, and HBO's Recount.  Graduate UCLA. Next up: Perfect Harmony at the Clurman Theatre on Theatre Row.
Joanna Young most recently appeared on Broadway in The Drowsy Chaperone, understudying the roles of Janet and Kitty. She previously appeared on Broadway in Grease! playing Rizzo, Marty, and Jan. National tour credits include Eponine and Cosette in Les Miserables, which was the first American tour to play Singapore and the Far East, and Rizzo and Cha-Cha in Grease!. Joanna has worked Off-Broadway, performed extensively at regional theatres across the county, has sung with the Omaha Symphony as a soloist, and is a cabaret artist. Favorite regional roles include Mildred Mallard in the world premiere of the Kreiger/Russell musical Everything‘s Ducky, Diana Morales and Val in A Chorus Line, and Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical. Joanna is pregnant... twins, which explains the large belly.
Sammy Buck (words and raconteur) has had three musicals in NYMF, two with composer Dan Acquisto: Like You Like It (New Voices Prize, 2nd Runner-Up Audience Prize) & The 7-Year B*tch (Outstanding New Musical, Talkin’ Broadway Summer Festival Citations); and Common Grounds (composer, Doug Katsaros; Outstanding New Musical honorable mention). Like You Like It has played in high schools, universities and regionally (plus Cardiff, Wales!). As a screenwriter, Sammy recently wrapped two features, Red Hook and Fade to White (co-writer). He’s also one of the Emmy-winning writers of the TV Land Awards website and writes tons of trivia games for Member: BMI, The Dramatists Guild, Inc.
Daniel S. Acquisto (music and percussion) also wrote Like you Like It (see Sammy's bio above). He received his MM in Composition (acoustic and electronic) from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Theatre commissions include Dancing in the Dark, Antigone: The Rock Musical - Studio Arena Theatre, Tada!, seven children’s musicals for Merkin Hall, Indiana State Fair), incidental theatre music Subjective Theatre Company, All Out Arts Festival), Non-theatrical commissions include United States Air Force Clarinet Quartet, U. of Cincinnati Men’s Chorus [Shawnee Press, publisher], U. of Cincinnati News Media Department). He also participated writing ten-minute musicals for the A-TrainMusicals, Raw Impressions and FUSE concert theatre group. He has scored three film shorts (including Swept) and participated in the NYU/ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop. Daniel is also a music director, percussionist, arranger/orchestrator, and music educator. Member of ASCAP and The Dramatists Guild, Inc.
Brian Cimmet (music director and onstage therapist) worked as Music Director for several incarnations of Sammy Buck & Dan Acquisto's Like You Like It, including productions at NYMF and New York University, as well as the ASCAP Musical Theater Workshop, and several presentations with the BMI Musical Theater Workshop. Other work in New York includes the new revival of Grease, The Drowsy Chaperone, I Love You Because (also cast album), Newsical and countless workshops and readings. Regionally, his work as conductor, orchestrator and composer has been featured at North Shore Music Theater, Arena Stage and Maine State Music Theater. As composer, he has collaborated with Erich Goldstein on Absolutely Anything,Spirit of Reindeer and Starbucks Presents Competitive Songwriting; additionally, he has composed music for various theater, television and film projects. Brian's favorite species of bird is the rare Snacking Owl.
Carlos Armesto (director) is Associate Artistic Director at The Ensemble Studio Theatre, where he runs the EST-Sloan Project, an initiative to commission, develop, produce and present theatre that explores the worlds of science and technology. Recent directing credits: Serendib, by David Zellnik (EST-Sloan Mainstage 2007); The Bus to Buenos Aires by Curtis Moore and Thomas Mizer (EST Marathon 2006) and Onna Field by Stuart Harris, Diverse City Theatre at Theatre Row. Other notable credits: Triangle by Curtis Moore and Thomas Mizer, Stupid Kids by John C. Russell and The Gimmick, by Dael Orlancersmith (Williamstown Theatre Festival); The Unwritten Song (2005 EST Marathon); Animal Farm and Spunk (Carnegie Mellon); A Little Class and Big Mistake (Long Wharf Theatre). Mr. Armesto served as Artistic Associate for the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, a 3-week presentation of striking visual and physical theatre, in conjunction with the renowned Carnegie International. Education: MFA Directing, Carnegie Mellon; BS Theatre & Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Awards: Bill Foeller Director's Fellowship (Williamstown), Stephen Bochco Drama Scholarship, Audelco Award Nomination 2006 (Dramatic Production of the Year, RELATIVITY); Princess Grace Award 2005. Affiliation: SSDC.