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Dusk Rings a Bell
CAST & CREW (click photos for larger images)
JOHN HINDMAN (Director) is a writer/director whose script “The Dream of the Romans” was on Hollywood’s famous Blacklist. He is the writer and director of the 2009 Sundance Grand Jury Prize Nominee film “The Answer Man” starring Jeff Daniels and Lauren Graham and is currently in post-production on his latest film “The Passing Parade”. John has directed award winning productions of David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize winning play “Proof”, Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize winning “Crimes of the Heart” and Cindy Lou Johnson’s “Brilliant Traces”. He recently starred in Kim Rosenstock’s “Tigers Be Still” and was in Damien Chazell’s latest film “La La Land”. And this spring he will direct “Gruesome Playground Injuries” at The Hudson Theater. He currently teaches at the Aquila/Morong Studio for Actors.
CAITLIN R. CAMPBELL (Producer) is an Actress and Producer working in theatre and film. Producing Dusk Rings A Bell marks her fourth production working with Director John Hindman - previous award-winning productions Proof, Crimes of the Heart, and Brilliant Traces. Summer 2015 cRc produced her third Neil LaBute LA Premiere In a Dark Dark House at the Matrix Theatre. Independently she has produced Cousin Bette with Anteaus; Brilliant Traces with 80 West Prods. and Modigliani with Amedeo Prods. At the Open Fist Theatre: After the Fall, Light Up the Sky, Neil LaBute’s Helter Skelter and The Last Testament; Ovation nominee deLearious; and Marketing Producer for the award winning World Premiere of Frank Zappa's Joe's Garage. www.caitlinrenée.com
LAURA BRAUMANN (Stage Manager) born in Bonn, Germany, raised in Caracas, Venezuela, she speaks German, Spanish and English fluently. She is a proud graduate of AMDA Performing Arts College, having earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors in Acting. Credits include “Shakespeare & Magic”, “The End of the World” and Short Film “Eternal Limbo” which she wrote as well. Recently she has been working behind the scenes and learning more the business side of the industry.
PETER CARLSTEDT (Sound Design) A Santa Monica, CA native, Mr. Carlstedt also works as a supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer for film and television. Recent theatrical collaborations include Sophie Treadwell's Machinal, Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley, The Rose Tree by Angela Berliner, Conor McPherson’s The Good Thief, and Ken Ludwig’s The Three Musketeers at the Cape Fear Regional Theater in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Peter is pleased to be once again collaborating with John Hindman.
TORANJ NOROOZI (Lighting Designer) works predominantly as a lighting designer. She is an enthusiastic artist, photographer and film maker. Toranj completed an MFA degree in Technical Theatre at California State University Long Beach in 2015. Her undergraduate background is in Architecture, and she has been working with The Ruzika Company as an architectural lighting designer since 2014. Toranj has collaborated with directors, choreographers, visual artists and companies, including California Repertory Company, Inked Dance Company and Long Beach Playhouse. She has exhibited her photography in Manifest Gallery, 9th Annual Mater Pieces exhibition. Toranj is the recipient of an award for USITT’s Ideal Theatre Student Competition in 2012.She collaborated with her group of pears to participate in The Space Lab Street Performances for Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space in 2015.
CAST (click photos for larger images)
WES MCGEE (Ray) THE AQUILA MORONG STUDIO: Lone Star, Suburban Motel, Time Stands Still (understudy) IAMA THEATRE COMPANY:  A Dog’s House (understudy), WARNER LOUGHLIN ONE ACTS: The Origin Of Shadows, Survivors, THE BLANK THEATRE: A Singular They, CHEKHOV STUDIO INTENATIONAL: The Seagull, (Tennessee Williams) Orpheus Descending, A Lonely Impulse Of Delight, THE RUBY THEATRE: Spiked Heels, STUDIO C ARTISTS: 20:30.  TV: Devious Maids, NCIS, Southland, Common Law, iCarly , RECENT FILM: Allegiant Part 1, Bridge Of Spies,  Excess Flesh, Sunder, Gone In The Dark, Fearless, My Eleventh.
BREA BEE (Molly) is honored to make her LA stage debut in Stephen Belber's "Dusk Rings a Bell" with Aquila Morong Studio, where she has been a member since 2012. A veteran of countless theatrical performances Brea is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory and before moving to Los Angeles worked in her home town of Philadelphia with such illustrious companies as The Philadelphia Theatre Company, The PA Shakespeare Festival, and several Philly Fringe shows. Brea recently wrapped production on the feature film "Any Bullet Will Do" directed by Justin Lee. Other feature film roles include Mel in "Dare" starring Rooney Mara and Nikki in David O. Russell's Academy Award winning "Silver Linings Playbook".
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