(Writer, Director & Producer) studied acting at Emerson College and has been working in the theater and film world professionally for over 20 years. As an actor, she has worked in tv, film and regional theaters around the country. She has written two full length plays, Salvage and Ursa Major. Lena found her passion for writing in classes at The Actor’s Center, an organization dedicated to cultivating opportunities to advance the artistic development of professional actors. In addition to writing and acting, she has a casting business focusing on educational and corporate industrials. She lives with her wife and two adopted elderly dogs in NYC.
(Producer & Actor) has worked extensively in theatre both on and Off-Broadway as well as around the country and spent 2019 in the Broadway company of Harry Potter & the Cursed Child. You can see her on screen – usually weeping, occasionally smiling - in TV shows including Billions, The Sinner, New Amsterdam, Chicago Med, Manifest and in the feature film The Dark Tower, among others. Eva is also an audiobook narrator, having recorded over 300 audiobooks in a variety of genres. She lives in Washington Heights, NYC with her husband Brian and child-like cat, Gertie.
(Producer & Actor) has called Brooklyn, New York home for 18 years was raised all over the U.S. The one constant is his love and passion for storytelling. As a writer/director (MFA Directing Film, CCNY 2020) he was inducted into BAFTA NY (2019) and earned a Princess Grace nomination (2020) for for his films. He has written, directed and produced five films that have garnered awards at festivals around the world and can be seen on Amazon Prime. After earning a BFA in Acting at FSU, he has worked steadily for 23 years in SAG and AEA productions for film, television and theatre as well as directed fights (SAFD certified) for Broadway, regional and independent film productions. As a teacher, with 19 years experience, he has worked at the ACT MFA program, The Atlantic Theatre School, SUNY New Paltz Theatre, Illinois University, Durham Univeristy UK, the Stella Adler Studio in New York as well teaching young artists for the Broadway Artist Alliance, Broadway Workshop and A Class Act New York.
(Cinematographer) Bosnian born New York City based, Nada came to New York City to pursue the art of film and holds a BFA in Film from City College and an MFA in Cinematography from Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema. As of 2020, she became a member of The Assosiation of Cinematographers Bosnia and Herzegovina.
(Actor) credits include Pat in Kinky Boots (Broadway), Enid (Broadway) & Paulette (First National Tour) in Legally Blonde, Suzy Solidor in Lempicka (La Jolla Playhouse, Williamstown) and Nadia in Bare: A Pop Opera (2004). TV: High Maintenance (HBO), Difficult People (Hulu). Natalie is an accomplished cabaret artist, just finishing a 36-week residency at The Q in NYC. In 2019, she performed in the inaugural season of the Sydney Cabaret Festival in Australia. Her single “Get Into It…Queen” (by Miss Natalie) is available wherever you stream music, and the music video lives on YouTube.
(Actor) Broadway credits include Wilder, Wilder, Wilder; Good People; and Proof (national tour). Off-Broadway credits include Sam Hunter’s The Whale (Playwrights Horizons, Drama Desk Award nomination), The Few (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater) and A Great Wilderness (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Dominique Morisseau’s Pipeline (Lincoln Center Theater); Steven Levenson’s If I Forget (Roundabout Theater Company); Lucy Thurber’s Asheville (Cherry Lane Theatre); and Daisy Foote’s Bhutan (Cherry Lane Theatre). Regional theatre credits include Lucas Hnath’s A Doll’s House, Part 2 (Theatreworks, Hartford); Jen Silverman’s The Roommate (Actors Theatre of Louisville and Long Wharf Theatre); Theresa Rebeck’s Bad Dates (City Theatre); Keith Reddin’s Human Error (City Theatre); Dangerous Liasons (Huntington Theatre Company); and Harold Pinter’s Betrayal (Northern Stage). Film and television credits include FBI Most Wanted, High Maintenance, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Law & Order (Classic, Criminal Intent and SVU), Third Watch, Deadline, Kevin Hill, The Line (ACTRA Gemini Award nomination), John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes, Pooka, Hangnail and Sanctioning Evil.
(Composer) Nova Scotian-born New York City-based singer/songwriter and pianist Andrea Wittgens has been compared to artists as varied as Aimee Mann, PJ Harvey and Rufus Wainwright. Armed with smart yet disarmingly honest lyrics and a voice that simply soars, Seattle Sound Magazine once asserted “This imaginative pop maestro's delivery and message are so delightfully refreshing that it's hard to remember she's working from the pop music playbook.” With 5 albums of original songs to her credit, she has worked with Grammy producer Bob Power (Erykah Badu, Tribe Called Quest, Citizen Cope), Seattle rock guru Johnny Sangster (Young Fresh Fellows, Mudhoney, The Briefs) and producer Geoff Stanfield (Sun Kill Moon, Leah Siegel). She is currently working towards a new full-length album for release in late 2023. The new collection of intensely personal songs will be paired with a visual art book of her “Southpaw Ink” lyric art pieces. To listen to Andrea’s previous work and find out about upcoming shows and releases please visit www.andreawittgens.com
(Composer) Hailing from the crossroads of the Southwest and the heart of New Mexico, Eric McFadden has crafted a rare and enticing brand of high desert blues and gritty, flamenco-infused rock that leaves listeners spellbound. McFadden’s sound has not only charmed audiences all over the world, countless musicians have been taken by his inimitable playing and musicianship, with McFadden receiving invitations to tour with the likes of funk legend George Clinton, The Animals’ Eric Burdon, and New Orleans sweethearts Anders Osborne and Tab Benoit. Right from the moment Joe Strummer spotted him in San Francisco, nicknamed him ‘Lightning,’ and gave him a gig opening for Strummer & The Mescaleros, Eric McFadden has claimed his place amongst the greats.
(Composer) A reformed wild child, in recent years Kate Vargas has traded the party for meditation, yoga, clean eating and a renewed focus on what she values most—her music. The New Mexico-raised, NYC-based artist is building ever more mindfully on her sound, and the music press is taking notice, Vargas receiving praise from a variety of respected outlets including Billboard, NPR, Noisey, and the Huffington Post, the latter assessing, “There is an unlimited amount of potential in this superstar on the rise.” Vargas has packed houses from Ireland’s Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival to The Troubadour in London, The Mansion on O Street in Washington D.C. to New York’s Bowery Electric. Featuring her singular folk-style storytelling, Vargas’ songs are grounded in a darkly melodic, reverb-washed sonic palette of dreampop, dusty folk and junkyard blues, all carried by rough-hewn vocals and guitar playing.