A screenplay written by Bobby Kesselman.
Farrell’s is a workplace comedy that evolves over the course of 24 hours. Under the sunny San Diego skies, the staff of Farrell’s will meet a religious kid, Chris Finnegan, at his crossroads, and together, they’ll all get thunderstruck. The burgeoning Reagan era looms large over this young group of kids, where our cast will question their desires, insecurities and morality with a wink and a smile
Written by William Shakespeare
Set in 1984 Hollywood, California, pop music mogul Duke Frederick has replaced his bankrupt and ex-rock music producer brother, Duke Senior.
After Senior’s career plunge, Frederick took in the failed producer’s daughter, Rosalind, allowing her to remain close to his own daughter Celia.
A young aspiring synth pop musician, Orlando, has fallen head over heals for Rosalind. After defeating a well renowned glam rocker, Charles, in an epic band battle, Orlando becomes forced to flee persecution from his newbie music producer brother, Oliver.
Then, in a spontaneous fit of rage Frederick evicts Rosalind from his lavish home. Celia and Rosalind decide to flee together accompanied by their mansion’s music entertainer and friend, Touchstone.
Rosalind disguised as a man under the name Ganymede and Celia disguised as Aliena, escape to the counter culture underground goth city -Forest of Arden, where they bump into familiar faces while embracing the unfamiliar.
Opera by Maurice Ravel
This is the story of a rude child who is reprimanded by the objects in his room, which he has been destroying. After being scolded by his mother in the beginning of the opera, the child throws a tantrum, destroying the room around him and harming the animals nearby. They all sing out the pain and misery that the child inflicts on them and their wishes to punish him for his misdeeds.
Written and directed by Terrence Garcia
After losing his beloved, a man finds himself on the edge of a cliff “fishing for an angel.” Instead, he catches closure and meets Death.
Written and directed by Devin Loring
Unrequited love forces a jaded young woman to take drastic measures in order to restore balance in her life in the only reasonable way. Her friends throw her an exorcism party to rid her of her bad juju.
Written and directed by Devin Loring.
Costume design and illustrations by Janise Garcia
Retro Inspired Photo Shoot
Photographer - Michael Friedman
Wardrobe Stylist - Janise Garcia
Hair & Makeup - Michelle Chung