Matt McAllister is a life long New Yorker and an artistic journeyman. Most recently he appeared in When Yellow Were the Stars on Earth at the Hudson Guild 2016, Hunter Gatherers at the Baruch Performing Arts Center and the Coat Check Casanovas at The Living Theater. This past fall he made his nationally televised debut on The Biography Channel’s Beyond: Messages from 9/11.
Rhea Ross is a pianist, music teacher and theater producer. She has been president of the Schubert Club of Fairfield County, Inc. and is Executive Director of the Kesher Project. This is her acting debut.
Writer/filmmaker/actress Michele Farbman trained for three years with movement and song-based company Urban Research Theater. A graduate of New York Film Academy, she is a professional writer and videographer. Michele is co-writer of That Is How I Left.
Bristol Pomeroy is an acting graduate of S.U.N.Y. Purchase College. His foundation lies in theater although he’s worked mostly in independent film for the last three years. Most recently he worked on the film FAT, starring Mel Rodriguez, which shot in Boston. Bristol is very happy to be taking part in this important play and help tell this tragic story in honor of Jordan. Through this play his spirit lives on. Thank you Rhea, Michele, Matt and Franco.
Playwright/director/filmmaker Robert Williams is Director of Arts for Cabrini Repertory Theater and founder of NYTheater Festival . He has written, directed and produced successfully several original plays. He is writer/director of the well-received play When Yellow Were the Stars on Earth, http://yellowstars.org/ which run as an Off Broadway in Sept/Oct 2016. He is a graduate of New York Film Academy and recently created two short films. He is also author of a forthcoming book of short stories. Robert is co-writer and director of That Is How I Left.