** We can not predict cancellations nor unexpected situations that may cause a guest to have to cancel or re-book with us.  

Due to circumstances beyond our control Tawny Kitaen has had to reschedule her appearance in 2018. 

Steve Cardenas

​Cardenas was born at Langley Air Force Base, in Hampton, Virginia, U.S. and is of half Mexican descent. He started training in martial arts when he was about 12 years old and reached black belt in tae kwon do at age 16.

His character, Rocky, replaced Jason Lee Scott (played by Austin St. John) as the Red Ranger in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series, and he later became the Blue Ranger for Power Rangers Zeo. He had no previous acting experience and had to learn on the job. Cardenas left the Power Rangers series at the beginning after Zeo, in order to focus on his karate school and other disagreements. Many years later, starting at the 2007 Power Morphicon convention, he began making convention appearances with other former cast members.

Jenna Busch ​

Jenna is an American Entertainment journalist known for her work with IGN, Huffington Post, Coming Soon, JoBlo, SheKnows, Collider and Stan Lee's World of Heroes.  She is currently the co host of the weekly entertainment series "Most Craved".  Jenna has appeared on numerous networks and shows and is the creator of Legion of Leia, a website and initiative to promote women in sci-fi.  She recently contributed a chapter and sidebars to the book Star Wars Psychology.        



Martin Klebba is best known for his role as Marty, one of Captain Jack Sparrow's Black Pearl Crew in all 4 Pirates of the Caribbean movies. He will be reprising this role in Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales coming out in 2017. Marty has also appeared in films Mirror, Mirror, Ted 2, Left Behind and has numerous stunt credits in such films as Zombieland, Meet the Spartans, and Van Helsing. Most recently, Marty wore motion caption pajamas to portray a Pteranodon who battled Chris Pratt in Jurassic World.
Marty played Randall Winston in the tv series Scrubs. He has also made appearances on CSI, CSI: New York, Bones, and Charmed.  
Marty runs a nonprofit foundation called Coalition for Dwarf Advocacy, which gives 100% of its donations to the cause of helping little people.