JAY STERN (director/producer)
Jay Stern has been a theater director and producer in New York City since 1995. He has directed and produced over 20 theater productions, from classical theater to world premieres, and over 30 short films. Stern's short film work has won awards from the Montreal Film Festival and the National Educational Media Network. He is also a founding member of Quicksilver Radio Theater, whose award-winning radio dramas have been syndicated nationally. Stern is currently a producer of the First Sundays Film Festival. He is a PhD candidate at the European Graduate School, where he has studied with Peter Greenaway, John Waters, Siegfried Zielinski, Claude Lanzmann, Jacques Derrida, Agnes Varda and Volker Schlöndorff. Some of his short films can be seen at www.jaystern.com.

ALAN MCINTYRE SMITH (director of photography)
Alan McIntyre Smith is a New York based cinematographer who has worked his way up through production and gaffing on more than thirty feature films and numerous shorts, commercials and music videos. His most notable projects include gaffing on The Station Agent and Martin Scorsese's Blues Documentary for PBS. He approaches shooting from a background in painting and still photography, inspired by the lighting of the old masters Caravaggio, Vermeer and David. He is most interested in the colaborative nature of filmmaking and enjoys the challenges each new project brings. www.alansmithfilm.com

NADYA GUREVICH (production design)
Nadya Gurevich has worked as a production designer for film and television projects shot in everything from MiniDV to 35mm. She has also served as art director for album covers, books, film publicity materials, and websites. She currently works as an interior designer. Gurevich studied design at Parsons School of Design and New York University.

ZACH ABRAMSON (composer)
Zach Abramson was raised in New Jersey, where he was influenced by a wide variety of musical styles through playing piano, bass guitar and percussion. He currently studies composition at the Manhattan School of Music. Abramson's music has been performed throughout the New York City area by TACTUS, the Claremont Ensemble, the Manhattan School of Music Composer's Orchestra and the Transit New Music Collective, which he co-founded in 2004, and in Chicago by Yes is a World. Presently under the tutelage of Richard Danielpour, past teachers have included Nils Vigeland, Darren Gage and Tom Parente.


Over the past 5 years, Mr. Baldo has acted in over 40 plays, directed 8 plays, acted in 15 films, appeared in 6 TV commercials, 7 radio plays and one Network TV spot. He recently appeared in the History Channel's Breaking Vegas, on HBO’s The Sopranos, and NBC’s Law and Order – Criminal Intent. Currently acting and co-directing in Aren’t We All, a full-length feature film on addiction recovery. Just completed, as one of the leads, the erotic thriller feature film, Boy in the Bathtub. Directing the screenplay version of The Secret Hunter sometime next year. Favorite acting roles are Shylock in The Merchant of Venice, Al in Road to Nervana, Moonface Martin in Anything Goes, Henry Harry in Brilliant Traces. Favorite directing projects – Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love by Brad Fraser, The Secret Hunter by Stephanie Cleary and The Basement by Stephanie Cleary. Mr. Baldo has a private practice as a psychotherapist in which he works with individuals, couples and groups. He is a photographer, he does actor’s headshots and personal events. Also working as an acting coach assisting actors with their monologues and scenes.


CHRIS BRADY (Alsemero)
Chris Brady was last seen in Whither Batavia by Barry Hall in the 2004 NYC Fringe Festival. Previously he has been seen as George in Driving on the Left Side at The Producers Club, Alan in Marck!, The Preacher in Words from the Civil Rights Movement at La Mama, Polonius in The Hamlet Project at La Mama and Derek Diesil in the rock musical The Damned! at The Red Room.  He has participated extensively in The Eugene O'Neill festival with the Playwrights Theatre both in Provincetown and NYC as an actor and director. Chris is the Artistic Director of The Actors & Writers Workshop. Chris is also a professional director who has worked with Tony Award winners Zoe Caldwell, Kelly Bishop and Priscilla Lopez and the late Pultizer Prize winning playwright Paul Zindell. You can reach Chris at oldwolf@oldwolf.org


WENDY HERLICH (Beatrice-Johanna)
Originally from Seattle, Wendy is now a resident of NYC. She studies acting with Seth Barrish at the Barrow Group, and has appeared in a number of off-off Broadway plays. Regional acting credits include Rosalind in As You Like It, Estella in Great Expectations, Poppy in Noises Off and Miss Gilchrist in The Hostage. For four years, she was a company member with Unexpected Productions, Seattle’s premier improvisation-based theatre company, with whom she has performed nationally and in Europe. Since relocating she has trained with the UCB Theatre, the People’s Improv Theatre (PIT), and Chicago City Limits, where she was a member of the National Touring Company. Wendy has been seen as part of the improv duos, Jen and Wendy, with Jen Nails, and The Icks, with Stefan Schick, in venues all around the city. She is especially proud of her original solo show FAULTY:HITCH, which she co-produced with Sidse Ploug Soerensen in the production Double Occupancy, and which has been running at different theatres over the last year.


BRUCE MEAKEM (Jasperino)
Bruce was recently in the Off-Broadway comedy Maybe Baby Its You and has appeared in many off-off Broadway plays.   He writes and perfroms with the sketch comedy troupe Mouth which has most recently performed at The Trilogy Theater and Gotham Comedy Club.   Bruce currently appears in several commercials and does voice-over work.   He studied at Cornell University and Circle in the Square and is very excited to be involved with The Changeling.


MARY MICARI (Diaphanta)
Mary Micari has recently finished filming the lead in Marry Me, a short film by Susan Wands. Also a writer, her most recent work is Cold Feet, a musical, with songs and lyrics by Jeff Ward.





New York Theatre: Ensemble Studio Theatre; Playwrights Horizons; The Directors Company; TACT; New Georges; Lark; Manhattan Theatre Source. National Tours: Harvey (with Gig Young); My Daughter, Your Son (with June Allyson). Regional: Old Globe Theatre; Dorset Theatre Festival; Hangar Theatre; New Jersey Rep; Allenberry; Shadowland; Old Log; Mountain Playhouse, Gretna Playhouse; Arts Center of Coastal Carolina; Public Theatre of Maine; Woodstock; Washington's National Theatre in Born Yesterday; Three Sisters; The Cherry Orchard; Death of A Salesman; School For Scandal; The Marriage of Bette and Boo; Edward Albee's Seascape; Mr. Roberts; The Little Foxes; The Woman In Black; The Immigrant; ART; Ten Little Indians Film: Moscow On The Hudson; The Purple Rose of Cairo; Quiz Show; Stonewall. Television: As The World Turns; Guiding Light; All My Children; Late Show With David Letterman (seven appearances); Conan O'Brien; Dana Carvey Show. Member of The Actors Company Theatre (TACT) in New York City.


Mickey Ryan has been in many plays, in many venues, over many years. On very rare occasions he has been sighted on TV and film. He recently appeared as Starbuck in a production of Orson Welles’ Moby Dick-Rehearsed directed by Marc Silberschatz at Richmond Shepard Theatre. In the fall of 2006 he played the Pastor in an adaptation of Ibsen’s Ghosts directed by Rajendra Maharaj for Rebel Theatre, Harold in Sheldon Senelick’s short comedy Fallout at Polaris North, directed by Julie Jensen, and a former asshole in Barbara Lindsay’s Holy Hell for Theatre Rats, directed by Helen Huff. He played Bill in Jay Stern’s short comedy The Ring of Ultimate Power as well as Stern’s feature film adaptation of Middletown and Rowley’s The Changeling. He played Jerry the ill-fated television host in the SciFi Channel film Darklight. He played Steven in Randall Ehrmann’s short comedy film I’m No Stud, an official selection of the 2007 Newport Beach Film Festival. He was a member of the late, lamented Jean Cocteau Repertory company. He celebrating his tenth year as Ramona Floyd’s significant other.



Television credits include Third Watch, Saturday Night Live, and a recurring role as Kathleen Stabler on NBC’s Law And Order: Special Victims Unit. On Broadway she appeared as Dinah Lord in High Society and Off-Broadway in Bobbi Boland. She appeared in Hand Of God at the Eugene O’Neill Center in Connecticut. Holiday also played Abbie in the film Abbie Down East.


Craig Wichman studied with Stella Adler, through New York University, and has since worked in all media – from corporate video (for clients such as Kraft Foods and Chase), to Off-Broadway (Fronte-Page's Julius Caesar); most recently, as "Lucifer" in the Boulevard West film, The Devil You Know. New York theater: The Lark ("Warwick" - Horace Mann Theater); The Beggar's Opera ("Macheath" - Florilegium Chamber Choir) Anne Fleming's award-winning The Little Canoe ("Nicholas" - created role); Browning's Fra Lippo Lippi (Player's Club). Regional theater: Twelve Angry Men ("Juror #8" - Act II Prods.); Showboat ("Steve" - Renaissance Players); Tecumseh! ("Lt. Ross"). Television: One Life to Live, All My Children, Law & Order, Kojak. Founding actor/writer/producer of the nationally syndicated Quicksilver Radio Theater, he has performed with them the roles of "Ebenezer Scrooge," "Antonio" (The Merchant of Venice); "Frankenstein's Monster," "Sherlock Holmes," and Abraham Lincoln. Craig is pleased to be working with Jay Stern on screen; they've previously worked together on stage, and on the air. Soli Deo Gloria. (SAG/AFTRA/AEA)

RAMONA FLOYD (producer)
Ramona Floyd is a New York-based filmmaker, actor and writer. Her short comedy films include Destination Madrid, Where’s Cupid and Banana Tree. In addition to producing The Changeling, Ramona is also a producer for First Sundays Comedy Film Festival at the Pioneer Theater. A professional actor for over fifteen years, she has appeared on stage, in film, television, voiceover, animae/yakuza and an internet MoveOn.org spot, directed by John Sayles. Ramona’s feature film credits include Jingle Hell (aka Christmas Present
available at a Walmart near you) and the soon to be released Humor Me directed by Chris Towey and Warren Etheredge. She can also be seen in an upcoming segment of the Onion News Channel online. Off-Broadway acting
credits include the title role in Medea, and roles in Pygmalion, The Maids and Candida for the Jean Cocteau Repertory Theatre and most recently, The Monument for Clockwork Theater at the Clurman in Theatre Row. She was also a participant in the Lark Theatre’s U.S./Mexico Exchange workshop of Events With Life’s Leftovers (Acontecimientos Con Apartes De La Vida) directed by Jackson Gay. Other NY stage roles include in Man Measures Man, Down The Road and annual performances in Gone In 60 Secs, a multimedia short play collaboration between the Harrogate Theatre, UK and Brooklyn College. She is a proud advocate of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and The Actor’s Fund, for whom she participated in the 11th Annual Nothing Like A Dame event at the Imperial Theatre. She has also been a member of such innovative erformance groups as Revolutions Per Minute (spoken word), The S&M Show (radio), DreemKatz (live theatre), and Bunny Behind (sketch comedy).

TIM ELDER (sound recording)

(line producer)

Peter C. Herbig has been involved in the entertainment industry as a stage technician and stage manager for 10 years. After touring the country with various production companies as stage construction specialist and stage/production manager, Peter now currently resides in New York City. The Changeling will be Peter’s first work on a film production and looks forward to the project with great enthusiasm. He recently has returned to school to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management. He would like to thank Road Recovery ( www.roadrecovery.com ) for several chances to speak and help make an impact on those in recovery in the entertainment business.

(hair and makeup)
The Changeling is Leslie's sixth Independent film as Key Make up Artist/hairstylist and her fourth feature to work on in the past 10 months. She has also been Key for the PBS TV series, NewJerseyWorks, and the TV pilot, Served, for The Food Network. After freelancing for MAC, Chanel and Lancome, Leslie studied make up for film and TV with such industry pros as academy award winner Tom Surprenant, (Star Trek:Deep Space 9),  Marietta Carter-Narcisse, personal make up artist for Samuel L. Jackon and Craig Linberg of General Mayheme Make up Studio and most recently the TV Series Rescue Me(also an award winner!)  Hair styling skills she owes to Ruth Roche of RARE hair salon in New York, a top industry insider. In addition to corporate videos Leslie has done make up for theater productions in Philadelphia.

(consulting producer)
Mary Jane Sullivan is a poet and producer of media arts. She is one of the founders of Now and Then Productions, an arts organization that holds to the premise that storytelling is how we engage each other creatively and has many forms of expression. Since its inception in 1982, NTP has produced or sponsored award-winning documentaries, poetry and video workshops for youth, dance and performance art in the metropolitan New York region as well as joining in international documentary co-productions in Europe and Latin America.  Her most recent documentary is Signals from the Empire City (2003) and the poetry chapbook Powersteering (2002). She is currently an adjunct professor in English and Communications at Cabrini College.

(art director)

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