Adrienne is a Los Angeles based actress, filmmaker, and graduate of Harvard College. She first fell in love with film and animation as an undergraduate, and earned the Edward H. Potter award for “great enthusiasm and curiosity for truly eclectic learning… relating to the preservation or furtherance of popular history and culture.” She studied acting in the Conservatory at Atlantic Theater Company, and has appeared numerous in theatrical projects on the East and West coasts. She's also assisted on Film Independent's Project:Involve short You're Dead to Me, and the executive produced the Harvard thesis film Bound to Me. An avid backpacker, Adrienne has traveled extensively in South America, East Asia, and India.
NEW YORK CREW
Directing and assisting credits include: Eukiah (Atlantic Acting School), Orange Flower Water (Atlantic Stage 2), TEN (Partial Comfort Productions), The Ash Girl (Pipeline Theatre Company),The Caucasian Chalk Circle (dir. Anya Saffir/Pipeline Theater Company), 10x25 (dir. Leslie Ayvazian/Atlantic), Moti Margolin's translation of The Seagull (dir.Anya Saffir), Felix and the Diligence (dir. Daniel Johnsen/Pipeline Theater Company), Romeo and Juliet (dir.Anya Saffir/Tragedians of the City) The Thirteenth Commandment (dir.Tom Costello/Libra Theater Company).
Jessika is an Artistic Associate for Pipeline Theatre Company and a member of Partial Comfort Productions. Graduate of the Atlantic Acting School.
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JONATHAN R WHITE
Lukas, a native to Germany, lived in Britain for many years and trained there at LAMDA a little before joining the Atlantic Theatre Company Conservatory. After bouts with directing several Shakespeare plays and bit of producing, he is focusing on acting which is his first love. Mira Mira is one of his first moves into the film and he feels very excited to be part of this wonderful project.
ADRIENNE ROSE WHITE
HEATHER MCDEVITT BARTON
Heather McDevitt Barton (Assistant Director) is a New York based artist and theatre maker as well as the Administrative Director for the NY studio-based theatre company Tres Artis. Some super fun directing/acting credits include: Romeo and Juliet (Benvolio) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Puck), both with the guerrilla Shakespeare troupe Lovers and Madmen, A Streetcar Named Desire (Clarence Brown Theatre), The Vagina Monologues (University of Tennessee with KARM), The Underpants (University of Tennessee), and Twelfth Night (Riverside Theatre). Other artistic credits (mainly design) include: Hamlet (Kraine Theatre), Love's Labours Lost (Clarence Brown Theatre), The Who's Tommy (Clarence Brown Theatre), Charley's Aunt (Clarence Brown Theatre), and Rabbit Hole (DuckEARS Productions). Training: University of Tennessee.
Ranjan Ramchandani has been a student, teacher, and performer of Brazilian music for nearly ten years. He has studied in both Salvador da Bahia and Rio de Janeiro with particular focus on the pandeiro, the Brazilian tambourine. Ranjan currently leads the Regional de NY, an ensemble performing choro music in jazz clubs around New York City.
Originally hailing from the West Coast, Laramie Glen has worked as a bi-coastal makeup artist in the fashion and entertainment industry since 2008. Her precise touch, attention to detail, and willingness to work with a client to achieve the perfect look has made her a rising star in the eyes of insiders. Laramie is now based in New York City.