Actress - Dawn Cowley
Emily Seymour has been a member of the New England Youth Theater since she was 7 years old. There, among many other major and minor roles, she played Beth in Little Women, Anita in West Side Story, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, Karen in The Children's Hour, Celia in As You Like It, and Abigail in The Crucible. She is also a member of the Volunteer Mentor Program at the Youth Theater and has performed in their yearly Community Cabarets. She will soon be playing Jackie in a production of Mauritius at the Actor's Theater Playhouse in Chesterfield and singing 'Turn Back O Man' in Godspell. This coming September she will attend the Atlantic Acting School in New York City and study David Mamet and William H. Macy's Practical Aesthetics technique. She had her film debut as a lead in Project Open Voice, a Comcast Initiative.
Actress - Pam McIntosh
Morganna Ekkens grew up in Keene, NH, studying dance at MoCo Arts and landing lead roles in their annual theatre productions. Graduating High School at the young age of sixteen, she moved to NYC to attend AAMDA, and was later involved in the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival before returning to her hometown. She now enjoys regular participation in community theatre and takes an active role in the local arts scene.
Actor - Billy Corbett
Seth Chatfield is an artist, musician (Scandal in Bohemia, Tin-Types) and former journalist living in Hancock, New Hampshire. His previous film work includes the role of ‘Jeremy’ in Justin Lerner’s 2010 film Girlfriend which premiered at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival. The film went on to play festivals in New Mexico, Mill Valley, Woods Hole and San Francisco and abroad in Ghent, Moscow and Galway. Chatfield also served as Production Designer on the film, which will be released on DVD by Strand in August 2012. His other credits include Art Director on segments of Project Open Voice and playing both actor and Art Assistant for the 2011 PGA Weekend Shorts Festival (Unwound, Aaron Wiederspahn, 2011). Unwound premiered at the New Hampshire Film Festival in October 2011.
Marc Dole is an award winning filmmaker, alumnus of the NH state film commission, guest lecturer and advisor to schools, festivals and conferences. Marc was named as one of the “it” people by NH Magazine in 2007 & 2011 and received the NH Filmmaker of the Year Award in 2010. Marc spends his days producing and directing national commercials and viral videos for top brands in the US, and his indie films have been to over 100 film festivals around the world, winning 20 first place prizes. Marc is currently editing Only Daughter, a film by Aaron Wiederspahn, and directing the documentary In Danger of Being Discovered, the story of the Portsmouth music scene of the 1990’s.
With a degree in Music production and Engineering from Berklee College of Music and several internships and positions held at major recording studios, Gray is prepared to work in any environment. Currently, Gray resides and works in Los Angeles as a freelance Producer, Composer, Songwriter, Mixing engineer, and Mastering engineer. Gray also offers services in Drumming, Beatboxing, and Sound Design.