Al Thompson (Scott) has appeared in numerous films and television shows, including The Royal Tenenbaums, A Walk to Remember, Love Don't Cost a Thing, ESPN's “A Season on the Brink,” Sidney Lumet's “100 Centre Street,” and “Law & Order.” Al also won acclaim for his performance as Derrick, the troubled protagonist of Larry Fessedan's Liberty Kid. He currently has a development deal with the SyFy Channel, recently won the Best Actor award in the New York Television Festival, and was a finalist at the NBC Diversity Program event. Thompson has worked hard to experience success not only in film, but also in television and online media.
This year, Al Thompson rolled out a slate of Web series that already garnered buzz in the industry. This includes the premiere of “Lenox Avenue,” a compelling drama that follows three friends navigating through the rough terrain of love and relationships while living in Harlem, NYC. Lenox Avenue has been featured in major publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, and Variety.
Evan Bass (Harry) acts, writes, and produces; acting and improv-trained at the WARD Acting Studio, the Upright Citizens Brigade, and the Magnet Theater in New York City, educated at Columbia University, and trained to produce through the hard knocks of self producing guerilla-styled short to feature film productions. The Eve marks Evan’s feature film producing debut. As an actor, he is best known for his role as Rod in the hit Web series “We Need Girlfriends,” produced by fellow producer Angel Acevedo. He has done a myriad of theatre and film projects, recently filming the independent TV pilot “Today’s Special” under director Brendan Walsh, the Web series “Buddy CoPs” under director Jamund Washington, and currently works with Miranda Noelle Wilson as actor, writer, and consultant on the “Life is a Stage: The Scripted-IMPROV Project.” He performs regularly with his NYC-based improv team, Ghost Fight improv. He currently has a number of completed feature film scripts, is amidst finishing his first musical, and has a number of Web series projects underway.
Maria DiDomenico (Jenn) is originally from Newburgh, NY and of Dominican decent; Maria made her first appearance on stage in her hometown theatre as Abigail Williams in The Crucible. This fueled her passion for acting and encouraged her to pursue performing arts at SUNY New Paltz, where she received her degree. Maria received her first on-screen break co-starring on NBC’s “Law & Order SVU” as Gina Gomez. She currently performs improv in an all-girl indie team “Frau Club,” and as an active member of her church’s Drama Ministry.
Miranda Noelle Wilson (Lacey) is a New York City based actor, singer, dancer, and puppeteer performing consistently both onstage and onscreen. Miranda has performed with a variety of theatre companies in NYC such as Primary Stages and Rattlestick Theatre Company, and is currently a company member of the theatre and dance troupe, The Treehouse Shakers, which performs nationally. Miranda has been seen in several primetime TV shows and was a consistent presence on the NYC soap opera scene having had a small recurring role on “As the World Turns.” Miranda can currently be seen in multiple commercials nationwide.
In addition to stage and film, Miranda can also be seen in cabarets around the city having performed at such venues as Joe’s Pub, Don’t Tell Mama, and The Duplex. Miranda is currently working on a project called “Life’s a Stage: The Scripted-IMPROV Project” which is among the first and largest Phase 2 Clinical Trials of a major non-drug intervention for Alzheimer’s and dementia, funded by the National Institute of Aging. She serves as an actor, playwright, and project consultant on the trial, which explores the use of theatre as a way to improve quality of life, lower anxiety, and increase engagement for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia (www.scriptedimprov.com). Miranda is originally from Kansas City, MO and holds a BFA from the University of Evansville.