Corina Boettger is a Non-binary professional actor for over 20 years, starting as a child in theater and now working in the voice over world.
They can be heard as Paimon in Genshin Impact, Tatsumaki in One Punch Man, Gauko/Naoko in Dino Girl Gauko, Mizuki in Ai: The Somnium Files, Sailor Tin Nyanko in Sailor Moon, Marshtato Mary in DreamWorks Trollstopia and much more.
You may also recognize their face as a guest star on shows like My Name is Earl, Glee, Shameless, Desperate Housewives and more. They are an advocate for health care as Corina has Crohn’s disease & Autism and wants to be a role model for others who have autoimmune disorders/ neurodivergences to show they can achieve their dreams too.
An extraordinary pair of artists, the Chalk Twins are renowned for their chalk murals of epic proportions. Traveling the world in pursuit of artistic mastery, they are a regular installment at conventions and events across the country where they produce massive chalk masterpieces live. The Chalk Twins are truth in advertising – they are twins, and they work together with soft pastel chalk. When you see them, we encourage you to get down low and talk to them. They would be glad to answer questions and talk about art, geeky stuff, twin stuff – whatever you like. They don't bite. We promise.
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Emi Lo is a Taiwanese-American voice actress based in Dallas. Most recently, you can hear her as Ayano in Hensuki, Otter in Kemono Friends, and Princess Starla in Nichijou: My Ordinary Life. You can also hear her as Asano in Kono Oto Tomare and Misora in My Roommate is a Cat, and most recently, Tsuki Watanabe in the film Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie Over The Rainbow!
Emi has also been active within the anime community for many years, as both a cosplayer and a performer. She has been cosplaying for over 10 years, both as a hobby and professionally at conventions. In addition, she has performed both solo and in ensembles at events as a vocalist with groups such as J-MUSIC Ensemble.
When not doing any of the above, Emi can be found playing piano (both as a classical performer and casually recording video game or anime covers), drawing, sewing, or playing video games. She is always willing to discuss classical music with people, as well as look at images of cute animals!
You can follow her on twitter or Instagram @kitsunesqueak.
EarlCrayTea, or Zach when he’s out of cosplay, is an upstate New York cosplayer who is celebrating his 10th year of cosplay this year. His first time attending a convention as well as his first time cosplaying was at Tora-Con 2012. Zach has won awards for his craftsmanship ranging from “Judge’s Choice” awards to “Best in Show” and has even placed in Tora-Con’s Cosplay Contest in 2016. His work has also been featured in Cosplay Realm Magazine. Zach finds cosplay as a way to not only express yourself, but to make friends and experiences with folks just like you.
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