"Prof. Harold Denton"

Bob is an actor and playwright. He was one of three writers of Cul de Sac which was produced for the Shelter Theatre Company at the Cherry Lane Theater. He has written a number of short plays including Canada, Eve, Young Love in the Tomb, and The Mystic Chords for the Shelter’s reading series, “Peep Show.” Mr. Kolsby has written the books for four children’s musicals which perform in rotating repertory at the Merkin Concert Hall. As an actor Mr. Kolsby last appeared in the award-winning production of To Trust in Chariots by Rod Wachovsky. 
Script/Continuity Supervisor

Lynde has been working in the film industry since 2015. She has worked on feature-length films, short films, and web series. Self-taught in this profession, her education is theatre-based; having received a B.A. in Drama from Hofstra University and an M.F.A. in Dramaturgy from the American Repertory Theatre / Moscow Art Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. She also currently works as a Dramaturg / Literary Manager in the theatre industry.

Jason’s work as a cinematographer includes the award-winning series 47 Secrets To a Younger You, the award-winning short film Once A Loser, and the soon-to-be-released Spirit Seeker with Mary Birdsong and Brian Husky.
"Connie Morgan"
Christine is an actor, writer and producer based in Brooklyn, NY. Most recently, she played Jane in Terence Krey’s supernatural throwback series GRAVES, and Jess in the award winning web series Brothers. She can be seen in the upcoming feature film The Garden Left Behind, starring Ed Asner, and the dramatic thriller Worthless. On stage, Christine's work as an actor and playwright can often be found at the Shelter, her preferred place to collaborate and conspire. 
"Security Guards"

Sound Technician

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"Judge Warren"

Pooya is an Iranian/American actress, born and raised in Tehran, Iran. She moved to New York in my teens, where she discovered her love of acting and story telling. She's a graduate from the esteemed Maggie Flanigan Studio. She continues building her resume of a variety of characters from weak to strong, while exploring their humanity and fragility. Pooya is fluent in Persian/Farsi and is a transgender advocate, as well as a voice for immigrant issues and women’s issues. She is also involved in writing and co-writing original LGBT stories to shed light on an otherwise under represented community.
Assistant Camera

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Production Assistant

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writer / director / editor

Ryan is an award-winning director, writer, editor, and actor.  In 2016, he received the award for Best Director at Brooklyn Web Fest for his work on the series 47 Secrets to a Younger You. Prior to that, he co-wrote and produced the award-winning short film Once a Loser, which went on to screen at the Cannes Film Festival, and has directed two short films for Sonnet Project NYC which can be seen via London's Globe Theatre website. As an actor, he's been seen in such shows as Onion News Network and The Following. Ryan is a proud member of the Shelter Theater in NYC. He's afraid of bees but getting better, and he lives in Brooklyn with his beautiful wife, Alia.   ryanblackwell.com

Jordan is a writer and performer of things comedic, as well as artistic curator and promotions co-coordinator for the live comedy show, The Moon. He first hit “the comedy  scene” in “1996” when he did a dramatic reading of “Gin and Juice” for his 8th grade poetry “jam” and totally killed it. I mean he really destroyed. At Emerson College he did improv and wrote plays. Now an accomplished resumeist, he does stand-up and tells stories to challenge his self-worth. Recent credits include the Boston Comedy Festival, the ANT Festival at Ars Nova Theater, a year long residency at Under St Marks Theatre with Cognac Live Radio Orchestra; recent debits include ice cream and beer from a gas station. 
"Dr. Havemeyer"

Dena thought she was destined for a career in medicine and even went on to study Neuroscience at The University of Rochester (minoring in Dramatic Arts). We’re sure she would have been great, but we’re glad she’s with us. She has been seen most recently as “Liberty” in the new hit show Bull on CBS.  Other television credits include Homeland, The Deuce, Orange Is the New Black, and Louie. Off-Broadway credits include The Actor’s Studio production of The Cherry Orchard with Ellen Burstyn, and Craig Wright’s The Pavilion. When not acting, chances are she's camping with her family, making kick-ass homemade whipped cream in a canoe, while reeling in a largemouth bass.   denatyler.com
"Billy Morgan"

Nick is a stage, screen, and voiceover actor from Long Island, NY whose dream is to play Spider-man. Recently Nick appeared in the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival in The 30 Year Old Bris and shot opposite Peter Stormare in a live-action pilot for Adult Swim. He's played Jayden Michael Tyler on 30 Rock, Dr. Whittaker in the pilot episode of Mercy (NBC) and his network television debut was as a recurring character in the short-lived drama Kings (NBC).  Nick has also appeared on Comedy Central with the late comedian Greg Giraldo, played a supporting role in the film A Case of You (2013 Tribeca Film Fest) written by Justin and Christian Long. His dream is to play Spider-Man.   nickfondulis.com
Set Dresser / Production Assistant

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Katie has been a producer for a number of TV shows including Project Runway All Stars, I Love You... But I Lied, and the upcoming So Cosmo docu-series on the E! Network. She's also worked in varioius capacities for shows such as House Hunters International and Undercover Boss. When not producing, Katie enjoys singing and playing guitar in and around her home in Brooklyn. (update - home is now Orlando... we're very sad but wish her the best)
Sound Technician

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