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As a budding production company we are always looking for new connections and team members to help bring these stories to life.
Team work makes the dream work.
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Currently in Co-Production with the Box Collective
A Shakespeare Play
Opening June 2018
116 is the story of a man, a woman and everything in-between. Trapped in purgatory where the endless game of chess is the only distraction, they are forced to face their scars, betrayals and vulnerabilities in order to move forward. Through a matrix of Shakespeare’s wit and words, they are both victims and predators facing six lifetimes of trauma in order to find freedom in the seventh.
116 speaks to the basic primal need in each of us for communication, understanding, acceptance, to be heard, to be seen. In this way, the piece unites beyond borders, nationalities, and linguistics. It speaks to the human essence and lays bare the truth that what we crave in our lives is intimacy and yet we hide ourselves at every turn.
Written and directed by Sara Fay George
with Mikaal Bates and Esther-Sophia Artner
Exhibition with Beowulf Sheehan
Gallery Space in Lower Manhattan
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Sisters is a short film about two sisters dealing with loss and confronting each other on a night out.
Written by Esther Sophia Artner
Director of Photography
YOLO meets FOMO in this comedy/drama about a new society of adventurous New Yorkers who have a different lover each day on a 7-day rotation. How awesome is that? Nobody gets bored and nobody misses out. Well, maybe. Scheduling conflicts, sexual frustration, and the toll of multiple goodbyes may mean that it's all more trouble than it's worth. And maybe classic monogamy and old school romance still has something significant to offer after all. Then again, that 28-day rotation that everyone's talking about might be a lot of fun for awhile too. Yikes! It's all so confusing!
Written by Dave Ratzlow
All positions open
(building a team)
Small Amongst Infinite Stars
A triptych of interlaced interrogations of explosive, uncomfortable, radiant womanhood—torn from the corridors of fact, the high towers of fantasy, and the endless night sky of pure fiction.
3 women. 3 stories. Inspired by Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Written by Matt Minnicino
Directed by Julia Sears
with Andrea Goldman, Sara Fay George and Esther-Sophia Artner
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