Randal Berger (founding member of BHG)
has appeared at The Ordway Music Theatre, The Old Log Theater,
The Playwright’s Center, and The Music Box Theatre. Randal
trained with The Margolis Brown Company for two years, performed
with the company in its productions of The Bed Experiment and
He received his BFA from Texas Christian University in Fort
Worth, Texas, after which he performed professionally for two
years there at Casa Mañana and Stage West Theaters.
Randal can be heard as Kyle Katarn in the trilogy of the Star
Wars: Dark Forces audio series, and can also be seen in his
first feature film, Herman USA, in which he asks “This
any good, Harry?”
Matt Guidry (founding member of BHG) holds
a BFA from Texas Christian University and an MFA from the University
of Minnesota. He spent two years training and performing with
The Margolis Brown Company (Vanishing Point and The Bed Experiment),
including touring with the company to Singapore and has performed
for The Guthrie Theatre, The Theatre Exchange, Frank Theatre
and The Old Log Theater. Matt can be seen co-starring in the
independent film World and Time Enough shot here in Minnesota,
Ramming Speed shot in Texas, in the David Lynch film, The Straight
Story, as well as the teen film Sugar and Spice.
David Allen Baker (aka "Allen") has degrees
in both film and theatre from Texas Christian University. Before
relocating to the Twin Cities from Fort Worth, Allen served
as the Assistant Marketing Director for Casa Mañana
Theater, as well as acting in the Children’s Playhouse
Productions. He co-wrote and starred in the independent film
Ramming Speed. Allen joined The Burning House Group in 1996
and has performed locally at Pillsbury House Theatre as well
as the The Old Log Theater.
Jeff Toffler has been playing guitar since
childhood. After a rock band in high school (Ominous Conga)
and “Dead-cover” bands in college (Speedway Boogie),
Jeff settled down into performing as part of a duo in two different
bands here in Minneapolis, The Sharps and The Distractions.
He also performs children’s music with locally renowned
Will Hale and the Tadpoles.