Tony Bartolone is a community college drop out. He honed his craft at Cerritos College where he did nearly twenty plays, won several theatre and writing awards, and made some of his best friends with whom started two theatre companies. He is a founding member of Mozaic Theatre and has been in Urban Theatre Movement since the beginning. He has explored the human condition on stage as an actor, writer, director, comedian, improviser, producer, sound designer and sound technician. He has made several short films and video art pieces. Tony Bartolone has done stand up at the Ice House & Comedy Store, an improv production with Steve Carell, and was cut out of the season five finale of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. One full length and three short plays he has written have been produced (Have You Ever Peed In the Dark?, One Of These Things..., Pro, and I Am Chris). I Am Chris received his best reviews: "The only time I stopped laughing, was when I was crying." -Tony Bartolone's little brother, Joey. His writing subject matter spans from pro wrestling to punk rock, from family dramedy to peeing the dark. His TV pilot has been thrown in the trash by some of todays most influential television producers. Tony Bartolone would like to take over the world some day. Until then he will continue doing theatre, comedy, and film (and to a lesser extent TV).