||Ian Scott McGregor|
Ian grew up near San Francisco, and now lives in New York City, alternately loving and despising it. He happens to be the guy who gets
frisked by his girlfriend's ex-cop dad and thrown into the house in that T-Mobile commercial. Credits include: NYC: Brokenbrow
(Dramatist's Guild), Gingerbread House (NAMCO), His Greatness (Urban Stages). Regional: Endgame,
Playboy of The Western World (Shakespeare Santa Cruz), The Opposite of Sex: A New Musical (Williamstown Theatre Festival,
Magic Theater and NYC Workshop), Anything Goes (Williamstown Theatre Festival), In On It (Encore Theatre),
Family Butchers (Magic Theatre), 3F,4F (Magic Theatre), Anything (ACT), The New Americans (ACT),
See Saw (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), The Trestle At Pope Lick Creek (Aurora Theatre Company). Film/TV:
Valley Of The Heart's Delight, The Zodiac.
Lucas has worked theatrically with The American Conservatory Theater, Marin Theater Company, Magic Theater, TheaterWorks, Marin Shakespeare Company,
Colorado Shakespeare Festival and The Western Stage, and spent two summers and winters performing with Shakespeare Santa Cruz.
Two weeks after earning his MFA at The American Conservatory Theater Lucas was cast opposite Joan
Rivers in The Joan Rivers Theater Project which was performed in New York and San Francisco. TV credits include the CBS series
Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side 2,
The Young and the Restless, and the made for TV movie I Didn't Know I was Pregnant, among others.
Feature credits include Plastic Soup, and he just wrapped the horror thriller Fear Not.
Lucas is an accomplished dancer and singer, his vocals and composition can be found on Moxyblue's An Unacceptable Set of Feelings CD.
Lindsay lives in Los Angeles and has studied at the Groundlings, played a supporting role in The Darwin Awards and appeared on TV's
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. She will be staring in the world premiere play Hard Laughter in San Rafael, California in April of 2008.
A few of her regional theater credits include the Theatreworks production of The Sisters Rosensweig ("Tess"), Marin Theater Company's Bus Stop
("Elma"), Aurora Theater Company's Emma ("Elizabeth"), and California Shakespeare Theater's Henry IV (parts one and two) ("Lady Mortimer").
Lindsay is also a variety artist and has a one woman juggling show that she performs around the world, including San Francisco's Pier 39,
The World Buskers Festival in Christchurch, New Zealand, and The Street Performance World Championship in Dublin, Ireland.
Chris Yule has been acting for 16 years. He was born and raised up in
Virginia and has a BFA in performance from Virginia Commonwealth University.
His work has been seen at the New York Television Festival, in competition
at the South by Southwest Film Festival, and at the Cinequest Film Festival
in San Jose California. He has also performed in theatres all over the
country including the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC and The
Magic Theatre in San Francisco, California. He performs live, doing sketch
and improv with the comedy troupe SPF7. They have
been seen at festivals all over the country and have headlined the Gulf
Coast Comedy Festival since it's inception. Chris and his brother are the
co-creators of the web hit Citizen Hero as
well as fronting the band Ghost
Movie and the comedic improvisational rock band You Have Dropped Your Shield of Fire and Sorcery.
A San Francisco native, Gabriel Fleming studied at the Department of Film and Digital Media of UC Santa Cruz.
His short films and videos from this period screened at festivals internationally, and his first feature,
One Thousand Years,
which some have called an early mumblecore film, played at the South by Southwest Film Festival in 2002.
In addition to writing and directing, Fleming also works as a producer, on features such as
My Movie Girl and
A+D, as an assistant director, on films such as
Wendy and Lucy, and as an editor
of indie films and reality television, on shows such as America’s Next Top Model. Gabriel's upcoming work is
Donovan and the Vast Ancient Conspiracy,
a DIY archeological mystery series filmed all over the world.
Director of Photography
A New York based cinematographer, Kenaston has shot more than twenty feature
films, including Michael Gitlin's Bernice (part of the Whitney Biennial),
Yale Strom's On the QT (starring James Earl Jones), as well as Mr. Strom's
L'Chaim Comrade Stalin (which premiered at the Berlin film festival),
Eitan Gorlin's The Holy Land (winner of Slamdance and the Avignon film
festivals), and My Movie Girl (with Gabriel Fleming).
||Patrick Nelson Barnes|
Patrick Barnes is an alumnus of the film and video program at the California College of the Arts, where he studied with artists/filmmakers Barney Haynes,
David Sherman, and Richard Beggs (Apocalypse Now, Lost in Translation). His thesis film, Civil, featuring graffiti artist Emuse,
was a finalist at the National Student Film and Video Festival at Hunter College in New York.
As an editor, Barnes has worked on a variety of features and shorts. Most recently he edited
and co-produced the 2007 feature-length documentary Punk's Not Dead, produced by
Susan Dynner (Brick) and Todd Traina (Grace is Gone), which premiered at the
Silverdocs Film Festival, went on to screen at the San Francisco International Film Festival
and the Melbourne International Film Festival, and was theatrically released in the U.S.,
Japan, Europe and Australia.
||Nathan Matthew David
Nathan's music speaks for him. Visit his website: www.nathanmatthewdavid.com.