Cast and Crew

[ANONYMOUS] Marc Wennberg is a Restorative Justice Consultant and the director of Triptych Journey, a multimedia arts and storytelling organization. Marc also loves to dance and perform. He has participated in several Vermont productions of both his own choreography and others, including; Heddy Malaam, Lucille Dyer, Lida Winfield, Clare Byrne and Sarah Brutzman.
[LIZARD MAN] Sarah Brutzman‘s original work has been produced locally by Catamount Arts, Vt. Dance Alliance’s “Town Hall Tour”, First Night Burlington, and Midsummer Montpelier. She has also produced collaborative performance events with regional and international artists, including Peter Schmitz, Sara Shelton Mann, OnOnOn, Gravity Guild, the Zelen Singers, and SNDO touring company. Sarah has performed and taught internationally at the Jamaican School of Dance & SNDO in Arhnem, Netherlands. In addition to dance performance and production, Sarah facilitated a movement workshop “Artsability” via Very Special Arts Vt and Parent to Parent for children and families. Sarah began her dance training at Boston Conservatory of Music (many years ago). Her core interests and practice include Post Modern forms of investigation, collaboration, and improvisation.
[DIRECTOR] Seth Jarvis Seth Jarvis is a writer, performer, director, producer, and teaching artist based in Burlington, Vermont. As a filmmaker, Jarvis has collaborated on short films, web sketches, promotional videos, and numerous music videos. He was awarded a fellowship at the Stowe Story Labs in 2014 for his feature length screenplay The Wolf Next Door. As a theater artist, he has had several original plays produced, including The Once and Future Ubu, Icon, and The Moreau Horrors. His most recent piece, Transistions…, was commissioned by the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. He has also directed multiple productions, appeared as an actor in more than 40 shows, and produced three successful performing arts series. Jarvis teaches playwriting at Champlain College and through the Vermont Young Playwrights Program.
[PRODUCER, WRITER, SOUND DESIGNER, & EDITOR] First-time filmmaker Alec Julien is a writer, graphic designer, musician, and educator. Alec published a book on font creation (FontFace) in 2012, with Focal Press, and is working on an introduction to philosophy book. (He teaches philosophy at the Community College of Vermont.) He has composed music for modern dance, and has written dozens of jazz and rock tunes for his own ensembles. If his next film project isn’t an original B-horror movie, something has gone wrong with the universe.
[COMPOSER] Jazz flutist Patricia Julien holds the M.M. in Jazz and Commercial Studies from Manhattan School of Music and the Ph.D. in Music Theory from University of Maryland, College Park. She composes works for mixed-voice choral ensembles, solo voice and piano, orchestra, contemporary chamber ensembles, small jazz combos, and big band. Patricia also writes original music for theatrical productions including a 2015 musical, O, Caligula!. She currently teaches courses in Music Theory and Jazz Composition and Arranging at the University of Vermont.
[CHOREOGRAPHER] Clare Byrne is a choreographer and singer-songwriter who studies junctures of ritual and visceral spirituality through dancing music. Her company Clare Byrne Dance performed in many venues including Dance Theater Workshop, Joyce SoHo, Danspace Project, and Dixon Place, and Flynn Center for the Arts. She is a recipient of grants and residencies through The Joyce Theater Foundation, Dixon Place, The Yard on Martha’s Vineyard, The Dragon’s Egg, The Silo Residency, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, and the Bogliasco Foundation in Liguria, Italy, among others. She was a founding member of Nicholas Leichter Dance, and wrote dance reviews for the online publication offoffoff.com. Byrne teaches at the University of Vermont.
[DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY] Kevin Christoper‘s other film credits include the shorts The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Urinal (writer/director), Fancy Pants (director/editor), and Becoming a Woman (director). He was also featured in the deep background as an elf in the Hallmark Channel original movie Moonlight & Mistletoe. Along with Jess Wilson, Kevin is co-founder of Vermont’s Saints & Poets Production Company. He studied film and television at the University of Texas at Austin and is the Executive Director of Lake Champlain Access TV, a community media center in Colchester, VT.
[LIGHTING DESIGNER & SECOND UNIT PHOTOGRAPHER] Jess Wilson is the Executive Director of an educational television channel in Burlington, Vermont and for more than 20 years has been helping non-profits tell their stories. She also is the co-founder of Saints and Poets Production Company, a non-profit theatre company dedicated to promoting the puppetry arts through theatre and film. Recent film credits include director of photography, editor and lighting designer on the award winning short, Becoming a Woman, produced by Burlington sketch comedy group Stealing From Work.
[COSTUME DESIGNER] Catherine Alston most recently served as costume designer on the award-winning short film Becoming a Woman by the Burlington, Vermont, sketch comedy troupe Stealing from Work. She is also the resident costume designer for the Saints & Poets Production Company and the Brown Ledge Theatre, both also located in Vermont.
[MAKEUP ARTIST] Nora Faulstich‘s bio is coming soon!