Jonathan Gordon is a Brooklyn-based actor. On stage, he was recently seen in Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy at The Signature Theatre. Other theater credits include the Broadway production of Orphans, for which he understudied Tom Sturridge. Film and television credits include God’s Pocket and Blue Bloods, respectively. He can also be seen as the lead in the short film Chocolate Heart, which debuted at SXSW Film Festival in 2014. Jonathan holds a B.A. in American Civilization from Brown University.


JASON RALPH (“Sebastian”)

Jason is currently staring in THE MAGICIANS on Syfy and will be reprising his role in John McNamara’s NBC series AQUARIUS opposite David Duchovny. Jason recently appeared in J.C. Chandor’s A MOST VIOLENT YEAR alongside Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain. He also starred in the Broadway hit PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at Off-Broadway’s New World Stages. Jason has guested on shows such as MANDAM SECRETARY, GRACE AND FRANKIE, LOOKING, BLUE BLOODS and GOSSIP GIRL. He also serves as artistic director of the theater company, Strangemen & Co. (, which produced the recent hit THE WOODSMAN, currently running at New World Stages.



Haaz Sleiman is a Lebanese-American actor, best known for his roles in the Showtime original series “Nurse Jackie”, as well as the Oscar-nominated feature “The Visitor”  (Sundance 2008), which earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Most recently, he starred as Jesus in the Emmy nominated NatGeo miniseries, Killing Jesus, based on the best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard and produced by Ridley Scott.


BRITT LOWER (“Ursula”)

Britt will next be seen recurring on Jason Reitman's Hulu series Casual.   She is a series regular on the FXX series Man Seeking Woman alongside Jay Baruchel and in the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler comedy, Sisters. Other film credits include Beside Still Waters, The Shells, Domain, Don't Worry Baby, Mutual Friends, and Revenge for Jolly! with Oscar Isaac. Other TV: UnforgettableBig Lake, A Gifted Man, and Law and Order: SVU.  An Illinois native, Britt Lower studied theater at Northwestern University while training with Chicago's improv community. She now splits her time between Los Angeles and Brooklyn. You can see her visual art here


Meghann Fahy made her Broadway debut playing "Natalie" in Next to Normal. Meghann has also appeared in Georgetown for ABC and playing the young Betty White in Lost Valentine (CBS) Meghann has also appeared on shows including Gossip Girl, The Good WifeOne Life to Live, Political animals (USA), Necessary Roughness (USA), Chicago Fire (NBC), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC)The Gaffigan Show (TV Land) and the upcoming films License Plates, Burning Bodi, and John Madden’s Miss Sloane. 



Chris Conroy's most recent film work includes Patrick Wang’s THE GRIEF OF OTHERS, Joey Kuhn’s THOSE PEOPLE, and Robert Mrazek’s CATATONK BLUES.   Other films include Larry Fessenden's BENEATH, Summit Entertainment's SORORITY ROW, and Peggy Rajski's TWO NIGHT STAND.  Originally from outside of Pittsburgh, Conroy graduated from Point Park University with a BFA in Cinema and Digital Arts, concentrating in cinematography. After a stint in Film Production, he decided to move to New York to pursue working on the opposite side of the camera.  He has been working in film and TV since.

ALLISON MACKIE (“Priscilla Kinberg”)

Allison Mackie’s most recent film work include the soon to be released Amy Makes Three, Night Sweats, and Liv. Other film: Our Very Own (with Allison Janney), Original Sin & Gia  (with Angelina Jolie), The Gymnast, Friends & Family, Rear Window, and Sliver. She made her Broadway debut as Roxane opposite Frank Langella in Cyrano De Bergerac, Candida with Joanne Woodward. Regional Theater: Fallen Angels, The Royal Family andMidsummer Night’s Dream (NJST). The Big Knife, La Ronde (Williamstown). The Constant Wife, Dear Brutus, David Copperfield (Wesport Playhouse).Peccadillo (written & directed by Garson Kanin). Romeo & Juliet, When Last We Flew (Lucille Lortel), Recent television includes The Affair, Unforgettable,and Law & Order SVU.

DANIEL GERROLL  (“Dick Blackworth”)

Daniel Gerroll has been a regular presence in New York theatre as well as television and film since 1981 when he arrived from London having completed a role in the film Chariots of Fire. Audiences will know him from a long list of performances at the Manhattan Theatre Club [House and GardenBloody Poetry and the original NYC production of Translations], the Roundabout Theatre Co. [Arms and the ManThe KnackThe Homecoming] and The Second Stage [One Shoe OffLoose KnitThe Dear Boy]. On Broadway he appeared in PlentyHigh Society and Enchanted April. On television he had recurring roles in Knots LandingSisters, The Starter Wife, and most recently Code Black. On film he can be seen in Still AliceThe Namesake, and Big Business. In recognition of his contribution to NY theatre he as been honored with a Theatre World Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award and an OBIE for sustained excellence in theatre.

MAX JENKINS ("Dracula")

Max Jenkins stars opposite Debra Messing in "The Mysteries of Laura" on NBC. He also appears in the third season of "Orange is the New Black." Past credits include "High Maintenance," "30 Rock," "Gossip Girl," You Must Be Joking, Breaking Upwards and Fort Tilden.



JOEY KUHN (Writer/Director/Producer)
Born and raised in New York City, writer/director Joey Kuhn makes films that draw inspiration from the nexus of fine art and pop culture. His short films Thinly Veiled (2010) and Now Here (2011) have played at festivals around the world.  His first feature, Those People (2015), premiered in competition at SIFF 2015, and has since played over 60 film festivals. It has won 10 awards along the way, including audience awards at both Outfest and NewFest, and will be released both digitally and theatrically by Wolfe in May 2016. In addition to his work as a writer/director, Joey is also a still photographer (NYLON Magazine, The New York Times, MTV), and a set photographer (feature films include Touched with Fire, Growing Up and Other Lies and The Color of Time). A diehard Mariah Carey fan, Joey graduated from Brown University in 2007 with a B.A. in Art-Semiotics and graduated with an M.F.A. from NYU's Graduate Film Program in May 2014.


Born in Seoul, but adopted and raised in Baltimore, Kimberly Parker is a San Francisco-based producer who has been freelancing in film for the past five years. She recently produced Katie Says Goodbye, a feature starring Oliva Cooke and Christopher Abbott. She was the lead producer on Those People, a NYU Purple List and IFP Independent Labs feature. She also co-produced a feature adaptation of The Adderall Diaries, which completed the Sundance Screenwriter and Sundance Director Labs and is being distributed by A24. Kimberly secretly loves to drive 15 pass vans, and identifies the otter as her spirit animal. She graduated with an MFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in May 2014.


With over seven years of experience working in the entertainment industry at companies such as A+E Networks, Paramount Pictures and Exclusive Media, Sarah is comfortable working in both TV and film.  She has experienced both the studio and independent approach to creative development and production.  She now serves as an executive at Netflix in the Original Film Group. Sarah graduated with honors from Brown University in 2007, and currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two adorable cats.


SARA SHAW (Editor)
Sara began her career at the Boston-based public television station WGBH and then worked in Acquisitions at Sony Pictures Classics.  She was the Director of Post Production at Gary Winick's pioneering independent film production company InDigEnt.  As a student in NYU's Graduate Filmmaking program, she has written and directed award-winning films, including Ballarat Ghost Town, which won the Grand Prize and the Audience Award at the 2010 Fusion Film Festival.  She has edited commercials directed by James Franco and was Associate Editor on Christina Voros's The Director (Tribeca 2013).  Most recently, she edited Desiree Akhavan's narrative feature debut Appropriate Behavior (Sundance 2014) and Frances Bodomo's Afronauts (Sundance 2014, First Prize Wasserman Award at the First Run Film Festival, Grand Jury Prize Dallas International Film Festival). 

LEONARDO D’ANTONI (Cinematographer)
Leonardo is an Argentine-American filmmaker specializing in the art of cinematography. His debut feature film as a writer/director, Aventurera, premirered at the 2014 Mar Del Plata International Film Festival, where he won the DAC Prize for Best Argentine Director. He received a bachelors degree from San Francisco State University and continued his studies in New York City where he earned an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Graduate Film program in 2013. He currently works as a director and as a director of photography in film and television. 


SUSAN SHOPMAKER (Casting Director)
Susan Shopmaker cast the award-winning film, MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (Directed by Sean Durkin, produced by Borderline Films), for which she won the 2012 Artio award.  She also cast Antonio Campos’ SIMON KILLER, Josh Mond’s JAMES WHITE (2015 Sundance Audience Award Winner, starring Christopher Abbott, Kid Cudi, and Cynthia Nixon), John Cameron Mitchell’s HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, and his follow-up, SHORTBUS (Cannes 2006).  Additionally, Susan executive produced and cast Borderline Films’ AFTERSCHOOL by Antonio Campos (Cannes 2008, Un Certain Regard), KING KELLY (SXSW 2012) directed by Andrew Neel, and BLUEBIRD, written and directed by Lance Edmands (Best Actress given to all actresses at Karllovy Vary Festival 2013). Most recently, Susan co-cast with Matthew Lessall the Cannes 2015 competition selection, Michel Franco’s “CHRONIC” (Starring Tim Roth).

Mitchell Travers is a NY based Costume Designer whose work spans Film, Television & Theatre. Upcoming features include "Good Kids", with Ashley Judd and "Those People" directed by Joey Kuhn.  His work as an Assistant Designer can be seen in the upcoming features "Joy" with Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper and  "Masterminds" with Kristen Wiig & Zach Galifianakis. Previous work includes The Amazing Spider-man 2, The Bourne Legacy, The Rewrite, The Blacklist, Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, The Dictator, New Year's Eve & Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps. 

CHRIS MORRIS (Production Designer)
Chris has been the production designer of numerous short films and web series, including Gravity directed by Pamela Romanowsky, as well as the assistant art director for television shows including Orange is the New Black, The Leftovers, and Power.  Recently he designed The Record  which premiered at the Public Theater and continues to tour internationally, most recently at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. He was the associate set designer for A Midsummer Night's Dream at Theater for a New Audience, directed by Julie Taymor and designed by Es Devlin, and for Detroit at Playwrights Horizons, directed by Anne Kaufman and designed by Louisa Thompson. Currently he is working on season 1 of the television show Billions. Chris lives in Brooklyn.