Sam’s passion for storytelling began as kid watching his sister feed mud pies to his dog, Andy. His work has been seen on Chicago stages, including Chicago Shakespeare Theater & The Second City. His films comprise of the up coming feature SIDE EFFECTS & motion capture/fight choreography highlights include Kenneth Branagh’s THOR(asst.) & Clint Eastwood’s INVICTUS(asst.). He enjoys a bold cup of Joe walking through the mountains. Sam currently is a teaching artist in LA who has taught sword fighting, voice, body movement & Shakespeare for various institutions across the US.
Aaron believes art is a team sport and he likes to get his knees scraped up once in a while. Recent work includes a guest star spot on AMC’s The Walking Dead and multiple shows at the Actors Theatre of Louisville. In addition to being a storyteller for stage, television and film, Aaron is also a teaching artist who has worked with professional theatres and schools across the US. He loves making people laugh, Kansas City barbeque, and a good cigar. Aaron currently lives in Nashville with his wife, Liz, and their two dogs.
Graham lives in Nashville Tennessee where he is proud to work at Nashville Big Picture High School. He has directed music for dance, theater, film, and even a circus sideshow. He is extremely proud to be working with Dos Munoz on this production of R + J. In addition to the amazing performance of “Swan Song” by Michael Doman, Graham is very grateful to have worked with musicians Gary Hook, Willy Cardin, and The Gloaming string quartet on this project. Graham would also like to think his son, Kai, and the love of his life, Nettie Kraft, who always gets him involved in shenanigans.
Born in the wagon of a traveling show, his mama used to dance for money they’d throw. For 20 years, Michael Doman has played the world’s largest and smallest stages as a major label recording artist, rock & roll frontman, acoustic troubadour, platinum-award-winning soundtrack specialist and critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer. Today, he lends his talents to this project and hopes to raise production values as well as awareness of the universality and incomparable genius of history’s original rock star: William Shakespeare.
Cruising-The Divide, 10 in 10, Stay Tuned (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Two Small Bodies, The Loveliest Day of the Year (Williamstown), Piece of My Heart, February House, Sam Bendrix at the Bonsoir, Margret and Craig (NY Stage and Film); Tour Credits: ReEntry (American Records), Assoc LD: Ameriville (Universes). Dani also worked at Lincoln Center, The Public, The Vineyard, The Ohio, Ensemble Studio Theatre, California Shakespeare Theatre, and Actors Theatre’s Humana Festival of New American Plays.
is thrilled to be working with such a great group of people. A Washington, DC based stage manager, she works at theatres including Arena Stage, the Kennedy Center Family Theatre, Signature Theatre, and Studio Theatre. Regionally, she has worked at Trinity Rep, Baltimore’s CenterStage, the Contemporary American Theatre Festival, and was an apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera. Most recently, she was the Prop Coordinator at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, and will next be the assistant stage manager for the DC leg of the Cleveland Playhouse/Arena Stage co-production of One Night With Janis Joplin.
Chad was born and raised in Mississippi. After working as an actor in NYC, Chad started producing/acting in a sketch comedy group at The Peoples Improv Theatre and Broadway Comedy Club. This prompted him to start a small production company that focused on new media and co-produced a viral video with the kings of viral video, Improv Everywhere. Wanting to get back closer to family Chad and his wife, Meg, moved to Nashville. In addition to freelancing, Chad works as a filmmaker recruiter for StudioNow, an international video production company, and has produced over 200 small business documentaries all over the US of A.
Born and raised in the slim & trim country of Chile, Diego’s film making dreams began to take flight when he graduated from Film school in 2008. Since moving to Nashville he has had the privilege of working for major networks such as ABC, CBS, and the Travel Channel. He has also played a part in the making of music videos for Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum & Carrie Underwood as well as selling his soul to the corporate world of State Farm, Hyundai, & Xfinity. Diego’s other passion is sports. As an athlete (in denial), he hopes to one day bring his skills in videography to the world of live professional sports.
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