Philip Watt / Chet Baker
Philip Watt began his acting career at age 15 and continued to study theater at the University of Cincinnati's Conservatory of Music where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dramatic Performance. Philip has performed in various productions throughout the United States; his most recent production, Dylan Thomas 19, was a solo play arranged from the letters, poems and short stories of Dylan Thomas and toured to various universities, including UNLV, the William Inge Theatre in Independence, Kansas, and Rutgers University, Newark.
Philip is currently a guest lecturer at Acting For Animators workshops in Denmark and Germany, and has not put down the trumpet since starting to play at age 10.
Stephan Delbos is a New-England-born writer living in Prague, the Czech Republic, where he co-edits the web journal B O D Y, and the magazine VLAK: Contemporary Poetics and the Arts, and teaches at Charles University and Anglo-American University. His poetry, translations and essays have been published most recently in Absinthe, Agni, BlazeVox, Poetry Salzburg Review, Sand, and Zoland Poetry. Two previous plays, "What Are We Trying To Say?," and "The Dearest, Freshest, Deep Down Thing," were performed in the Prague Fringe Festival in 2006 and 2008. He is the editor of From A Terrace In Prague: A Prague Poetry Anthology (Litteraria Pragensia, 2011).