Cast & Crew


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Jennifer Dean (Writer/Director/Editor/Producer) –  Jennifer formed La Vache Enragée Productions, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, where she produced numerous plays and an annual festival of short plays and silent short films accompanied by originally composed live music. She was a runner-up for the London Sundance/Nokia Competition with her short documentary The “Underground” Music Scene of the NYC Subways and is currently working on a feature documentary on female filmmakers, The 2nd Sex and the 7th Art, fiscally sponsored by IFP. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in theatre from UCLA, a Master of Arts in Film Studies from the CUNY Graduate Center and did post-graduate work at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Her narrative work includes the short film Fear of Heights, screened as part of the SAG Shorts Showcase and the Katra Film Series, and Through the Valley (now in development as a feature film) which screened at the Orlando Film Festival, the Chain Film Festival and for which she was nominated for Best Director at the Northeast Film Festival. As an actor she has appeared in several theatre productions, independent film, commercials and television shows (Baywatch Hawaii, As the World Turns, One Life to Live and Law & Order: SVU). She recently attended the Master’s program at CCNY where she received the Bert Saperstein Award.

Roee Messinger (Producer/Assistant Director) – Roee graduated from Tel Aviv University with a BA from the Mark Rich Honors Program in the Arts & Humanities and won the prestigious Fulbright scholarship for graduate studies in the United States. Roee has written, directed and produced several short films and just completed a short film based on renowned Uruguayan author Horacio Quiroga’s Drifting.

Luis Reyes (Producer/DIT)

Eric Rice (Producer)

Kalechi Noel (Director of Photography)

Heather Stephenson (Production Designer)

Angi Bell Ursetta (Costume Designer)

John Masuzumi (Costume Assistant)

Renae Goodhew (Lead Make-up Artist)

Roczane Enriquez (Make-up Artist) Roczane is an LA based makeup artist and the founder of ZANE Artistry. Her passion for makeup started in theater -where she performed as a stage actor and discovered how makeup help fully transform her characters to life. Since then, she has been a professional makeup artist for more than seven years.  She has worked in many mediums and platforms including film, commercials, fashion shows, editorials/photoshoots, and bridal. Catch a glimpse on Instagram under @zaneartistry.

Rikki Techner (Make-up Artist)

Andrew Hodgdon (Assistant Camera)

Ryan VanDalinda (Gaffer)

Chenhuan (Peter) Li (Grip)

Katie Walker (Grip)

Victor “The Mixer” Bouzi (Production Sound Mixer)

Tomasso Pompei (Boom Operator)

Blake Middleton (Production Assistant)

Saira Karim (Production Assistant)

Barbara J. Weber (Composer/Sound Designer)  After years of being an accomplished violinist and performing with numerous top tier orchestras under the batons of world renowned conductors: James Colon, Jose Serebrier, Isaiah Jackson, Seymour Lipkin among many others; Barbara J Weber began her foray into composing for film. The very first film she scored, a full feature,  “Let Me Out’” by David Feldman, won for “Best Psychological Drama”, at The New York International Film and Video Festival, 2009. Within only six years of composing for film, Barbara has scored the music to more than 22 films ranging from three full features, nineteen short films, two web series and several commercials.  Some of the film festivals her movies have appeared in have been: the Cannes Film Festival 2012, New York International Film & Video Festival, 2009, the Athena Film Festival at Bernard College, NY in February of 2013, the Bare Bones Film Festival and the Macabre Faire Film Festival, winter 2014 where her score for “Baggage” was nominated for “Best Soundtrack”.

Quentin Chiappetta (Dialogue Editor/Post-Sound Mixer)

Andew Abballe (Color Correction)

Jennifer Whitney (Opening Title Image)

Russell Wolfle (Effects)

David Ampola (Poster Designer)

Alona Volinsky (Social Media Consultant)

Dana Hayes (Trailer edit)

Mandy Dunlap (Casting Director)

Amanda Celine Miller (Casting Assistant)

Deborah Napier (Casting Assistant)

CAST

Laura Emanuel (Sybil)

Lillian Solange (Young Sybil) – Lillian is an actor/writer/producer living in Los Angeles. She studied theatre at NYU. In LA, she has studied with the Not Man Apart Theatre Ensemble, Shakespeare Santa Monica, and Billy O’Leary. Lillian currently writes for Malibu Road Pictures.

Laura Kuper (Older Cassandra)

Amber Wegner (Cassandra)

Ali Mueller (Young Cassandra)

Diahnna Nicole Baxter (Aphrodite)

Sonny Shackelford (Apollo)

Karla Solarte (Chorus Girl #1) – Originally from Colombia, Karla graduated from FIU with a BA in Theater and Liberal Arts. Her credits include Juror four in the play The Beating for LA Fringe Festival, Nuria in the play Shades at the Macha Theater, Frenchy in Cabaret at the Tallahassee Little Theater and Pilar in Sonia Flew at the Hebert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center (Irene Ryan Nomination KCACTF). She is also co-founder and a member of the sketch group Storm The Castle! which performs at various comedy theaters in LA including UCB and IO West Comedy. She is currently producing her own webseries Gringo and Me on Youtube as well as more sketches and characters.

Reena Dutt (Chorus Girl #2)

Rachel Boller (Chorus Girl #3) – Rachel is a Chicago transplant with a Musical Theater BFA from Millikin University. She’s been performing around the LA area for the past 4 years, and has become a member of Fierce Backbone Theater Company. Favorite roles (besides Chorus Girl #3!), include “Diana” in Lend me a Tenor (Kentwood Players), “Ruth” in A Good Grief and “Sweetie” in Rock of Abandon (both with Fierce Backbone), and “Chris/Christmas Eve” in Happy No Year (Infinite Jest/Dark Horse Theater Company). She’s excited to start performing more on camera, and thanks Jennifer for such a fun opportunity to be a sassy gossip! You can check her out on IMDb at Rachel Boller.

Jessica Rosilyn (Daphne)

Gary Rubenstein (Hippocrates) – Gary’s recent credits include 2 Broke Girls, Anger Management and a recurring role as Schulman on Suburgatory.

Eric Rice (Doctor)

Claire Rifelj (Singer)