TOM LEO (Owlsy, Joe) is a former kindergarten teacher. He worked for two years with the Off Center Theater, a children's repertory group. He was seen as Moulon the hunchback in the Westbeth Feminist Collective production of Wicked Women Revue. Some of his other roles have been Loge the fire god in The Rhinegold, and a suicide victim in Tom Topor's one-acter Leap.
MEAT LOAF (Rabbit) was born in Dallas, Texas, and attended North Texas State University. His first Broadway appearance was in Hair, and he was seen last season off-Broadway in Rainbow, at La Mama in Silver Queen and at the Delacorte Theater in As You Like It. In 1971 he had two singles and one album on the national record charts on the Mowtown label and has recently recorded a single of More Than You Deserve for RSO Atlantic Records.
LARRY MARSHALL (Brown, Gerald Moore) can currently be seen as Simon Zealotes in the film Jesus Christ Superstar. He was seen as Valentine in the New York, Mobile Theater and National companies of Two Gentlemen of Verona and was a featured soloist in Leonard Bernstein's Mass both at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. He has toured Israel and the United States in Porgy and Bess and was a soloist on U.S. cultural exchange tours in Spain and Russia. On the Broadway stage Mr. Marshall was seen as Hud and Berger in Hair and was featured in Inner City. Off-Broadway he appeared in The Believers, and his summer stock credits include On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Finlan's Rainbow and Showboat. On television he appeared on The David Frost Show, Lamp Unto My Feet, Midday, Odyssey and Pinocchio. He appeared in the role of Micky in the film Panic in Needle Park.
EIVIE McGEHEE (Spooky, Assistant to the Choreographer) has over 125 musicals to his credit including Little Me in Las Vegas and King and I at the O'Keefe Center in Toronto. He has toured with St. Paul Civic Opera and Music Fair Inc. and was principal dancer with the New Orleans and Dallas Symphonies. Mr. McGehee choreographed The Unsinkable Molly Brown with Barbara Eden and the Dallas Summer Musical productions for the past four years. His film credits include Cincinnati Kid, This Property Is Condemned and Hotel. He has also served as Associate Professor for the national Miss Wool of America contest.
KIM MILFORD (Wiley, Trout) came to the “Big Apple” at age sixteen. He was spotted in a restaurant and landed the role of Whitney in Henry Sweet Henry. After a trip around the world, he played Woof and Claude in Hair on Broadway and Sebastian in Your Own Thing off-Broadway. He was seen as the courier in 1776, an angel on CBS' Secret Storm for nine months, and then graduated to playing the song of God in the Stigwood roadshow of Jesus Christ Superstar. After four months and sixty cities, he switched to the role of Judas. He left Superstar to become lead singer for The Jeff Beck Group and then appeared in the Los Angeles production of Bernstein's Mass. He has just finished his first solo album Chain Your Lovers To The Bedpost which will be released in January (buy it, please). Work is All is Love to You.