Vincent D’Onofrio first gained attention for his intense and compelling talent on the screen in 1987 with a haunting portrayal of an unstable Vietnam War recruit in Stanley Kubrick’s gritty Full Metal Jacket. Other film appearances include Mystic Pizza, Adventures in Babysitting, Steal This Movie, The Cell, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, The Salton Sea, Imposter, The Player, Ed Wood, Strange Days, and Men in Black. More recently, D’Onofrio appeared in the sci-fi thriller The Tomb, featuring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Fire With Fire opposite Bruce Willis and Josh Duhamel, Warner Bros’ The Judge opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall, and as Coach Feola in Brian Grazer’s PELE, written and directed by Jeff Zimbalist and Michael Zimbalist. Forthcoming film appearances also include the independent feature Chained, from writer-director Jennifer Chambers Lynch, and Universal’s Jurassic World opposite Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard and directed by Colin Trevorrow. Vincent starred as Detective Robert Goren in over 100 episodes of the USA Network original series LAW & ORDER: Criminal Intent. He received an Emmy® Award nomination in 1998 for his riveting guest appearance in the Homicide: Life on the Streetepisode, “The Subway.” D’Onofrio also directed, produced and starred in the short film, Five Minutes, Mr. Welles, and recently appeared on the Academy Award winning short, The New Tenants.
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Dana Lyn has performed at New York’s Lincoln Center, Beacon Theater, Carnegie and Town Halls, as well as folk festivals and dive bars the world over, along with appearances on David Letterman, Saturday Night Live and the Conan O’Brien Show. She is at home in multiple musical worlds as a keyboard player and violinist, ranging from classical/contemporary classical to folk, electronica and improvisatory music. Selected theater credits as an onstage musician include Hamlet (2008, Public Theater), A Winter’s Tale and The Cherry Orchard (2009, BAM, dir. by Sam Mendes), and Clive (2013, The New Group, dir. by Ethan Hawke). She music-directed and appeared in Family Album (2014, Oregon Shakespeare Festival), a new musical by Tony Award-winning collaborators Stew and Heidi Rodewald. As a composer, Lyn has received commissions from the Brooklyn Rider, the Apple Hill String Quartet, the Arts Council of Ireland and the New Orchestra of Washington, among others, and her music has been performed at the Savannah Music Festival, the Kilkenny Arts Festival, the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, Austin’s NMASS, the Stillwater Music Festival and at Carnegie Hall. As a bandleader, Lyn has six albums of music to her name and is currently writing a chamber opera inspired by visual artist Jay DeFeo, called A Point on a Slow Curve. In 2017, she was an artist-in-residence at the Baryshnikov Arts Center and is currently a member of the 2018 Joe’s Pub Working Group.