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Ashley March: Executive Producer 

A management and development consultant specializing in the non-profit world, Ashley March has identified resources to sustain the financial condition of organizations, created fundraising, subscription and marketing strategies, developed and written proposals to generate funding from private and government sources, conducted organizational assessments, and provided capacity building in the areas of development, public relations, communications, staff  and volunteer management.  March was the Founding Managing Director of Classic Theatre International, an international, not-for-profit American touring theatre company.  She had direct supervision of booking agents, tour managers, marketing, development and production departments; responsibility for all management and financial decisions; preparation and analysis of budgets, grant proposals and production schedules.  She was responsible for all contract negotiations and supervision, and hiring technical and administrative staff.  She oversaw the design of promotional materials and was the principal liaison with producing directors, programming mangers, front-of-house staff, sponsors and arts councils.  She coordinated media relations in major cities for runs of one to twelve weeks, secured new performance venues and contracts, and negotiated corporate sponsorships in Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Austria, Italy, Luxembourg, Greece, France, Spain, England, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Japan, in theatres ranging from 500 – 1,300 seats.   Classic Theatre International produced the first American international tour of Shakespeare’s King Lear to great acclaim.  Prior to that, March served as the General Manager for a 175-seat New York City venue in Chelsea for performing and visual arts, readings and lectures.  She served as Executive Producer of the feature film, The Eyes of Van Gogh


Ross Chirico: Assistant Art Director/Property Master

Ross Chirico is the owner and creative director of Chirico Design Assoc., established in 1986.  His areas of expertise include: Trade show exhibit design, production and/or production management; Concept, design and production for print advertising and marketing; Concept and art direction for trade show exhibit videos; Design, production of interactive displays for tradeshows, museums and retail spaces; Design and production of props and sets for film and theatre; Sculpture for commercial and fine art; Illustration, both traditional and digital, for print, murals and children’s video games and books.  Notable Accomplishments include: Illustrated 4 children’s books (2) in the The “Robin Cheeky” series; Xerox Corp. “10 year retrospective” 50,000 sq. ft. exhibit; ADDY Award for design and animation of video short for Corning Inc. Fiber Optic Products Division; Design of all graphics, signage and structure for COBOE Hall, Chicago - Society of Automotive Engineering;  Design and production management of Corning Telecommunication Products exhibit in Guangzhou, China and Moscow, Russia; Design and production of 29’x8’ sculpture in corporate headquarters of Optimation Technology, Inc.; Set designer for the movies “The Amazing Adventures of Little Batman” and “Little Indiana Jones and the Magic Scrolls,” as well as several independent films; Restoration of Monroe County “Clock of Nations” at Rochester, NY International Airport; Design and produce graphics for the entry of the Vebjorn Sand United Nations  Exhibition  of Antarctica in New York City; Production of bronze terrazzo insets for the NYC Dept. of Parks and Recreation  for a new water park in Brooklyn, NY; Design and managed production of 18’ stainless steel sculpture for outside entry for Optimation Technology Corporate Offices, Rochester, NY; Produce props for Off-Broadway show “The Man Who Ate Michael Rockefeller.”  He was awarded his BFA in Art & Design and AS in Industrial Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  www.chiricodesign.com


Justin Chiet: Director of Photography

Justin Chiet is a Maryland-based Director of Photography/Editor and production company owner holding a  Bachelors Degree in Electronic Media and Film from Towson University.  He found his passion in visual storytelling as a child through creating comic books and black & white photography, inspired by his maternal grandfather who shot for LIFE Magazine.  After seeing a few inspiring feature films and being gifted with a camcorder by his paternal grandfather, he knew what he wanted to do with his life at age 11.  He started Chiet Productions, which specializes in producing narrative films, documentaries, commercials, music videos, promotional, live event video and photography, while in college.  With over a decade behind the camera, he freelances for other companies and filmmakers as a DP, Camera Op and Editor, enjoying collaborating with other artists to bring their unique stories to life.  Staying true to his roots, he strives to evoke emotion, character. and story through innovative and compelling visuals.  most recently, Chiet has been working on several TV pilots and was the Red Epic camera operator on Z*Con, a feature length film, as well as the DP/Editor of an anti-prescription drug short film called WARNING: Take Only as Directed, which is set to premiere at AFI Silver Theatre this November. www.chietproductions.com

Stefanie Cytron: Costume Designer

Stefanie Cytron is a Costume Designer based in Los Angeles, California.  She specializes in design and costume construction, costume illustration, and wardrobe styling.  She has worked on many international productions, and her designs have been showcased at various film festivals, including the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival and the 2011 OneCloudFest, as well as in TV commercials and on stage.  Her dye work and fabric manipulation have been featured in Kanye West’s 2014 Yeezus tour, during Spring 2012 Paris Fashion Week, and in the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.  Cytron has extensive stage experience at the LA Opera, Washington National Opera, California State Long Beach Opera, Powerhouse Theatre, LA Fringe Festival, and the New Jersey Opera Theatre.  Cytron holds a degree in Costume Design and Technology from the University of Florida, where she designed costumes for a number of productions, ranging from period theatre and opera to African dance.  She is a Washington, DC native. www.stefaniecytron.com


David Dwyer: Production Designer

David Dwyer holds a Master of Fine Arts in production design from Michigan State University, a Bachelor's degree in theatre and an Oral Communication Certificate with distinction from Marietta College.   As a free-lance scenic and lighting designer he has over ninety designs to his credit.   He works and travels throughout the Eastern United States.  His designs have been seen at The Boarshead Theatre, Theatre Winterhaven, Dance Ocala, Gemstone Productions, The Gorilla Theatre, LiveArts Theatre, Mount Washington Valley Theatre Company, The Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, Weathervane Theatre, and at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.  He is on the theatre faculty at Niagara University, where he is the principal Scenic Designer and teaches courses in theatre design.  He resides on a farm in Hartland, New York with his wife and children.  See his work at: www.dwyerdesignstudio.com


Eytan Millstone: 1st Assistant Director

Eytan Millstone is a New York based writer, performer, director and producer from Toronto, Canada.  He is a founding member of the sketch troupe "The Boom" and ran a sold out monthly show for six years.  He freelances in film as an indie film producer, as well as a first assistant director.  He has worked on numerous web series, short films, and in 2014 worked as either Producer/UPM or 1st AD on three feature films.  In 2004 he we the runner-up in the Toronto Star Short Story contest and published in the Sunday Star.  He was a finalist at the 2011 National Individual Poetry Slam, and has given a TEDx Talk at The Crescent School in Toronto on the African work "Sankofa."