Crew

Ron House

(Author, Director, Producer)

Started his theatrical career as member of the 2nd City Company in his native Chicago.  He then moved to Europe where he lived in Rome followed by  Barcelona and finally London,  where he founded  “Low Moan Spectacular”, the London underground Theatre Company that was responsible for Off Broadway hit  “El Grade De Coca Cola” which ran for 3 years in New York and was produced by Gil Adler (Superman and Valkyrie).  The next big hit was “Bullshot Crummond” which ran in London, New York, Los Angeles & in San Francisco for 4 years.  It won de certificate of Honor from Diane Feinstein.  “Bullshot” was produced as a film by late Beatle George Harrison and directed by Dick Clement and co-produced by Ian La Frenais.   Ron is married to Cecilia Dighero-Traverso of Valparaíso, Chile and spends a good amount of time in South America.  Ron speaks fluent Spanish and is conversational in French, Italian and German which was essential when he and Alan Shearman (the other original member and linguist in Low Moan Spectacular) created “El Grande de Coca Cola” where no English is spoken.   Mr. House is a five-time published playwright plus he has 2 produced films.  He will present his latest work “Decorum Maintained” in Los Angeles in the 2011 season. This work was inspired by personal experiences while working as an underbutler in the London townhouse of Klaus and Sonny VonBulow.

 Edmond Gaynes    

(Producer)

Off-Broadway shows Mr. Gaynes has produced include the current hits Zero Hour, Black Angels Over Tuskegee,  Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical and Dietrich and Chevalier: The Musical. He also  produced the National Tour of Gilligan’s Island: The Musical, which is headed for Broadway next season.  He has appeared as an actor in 13 Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, including the Original Cast of Promenade, Edward Albee’s Bartleby and Best Foot Forward, in which he co-starred with Christopher Walken and Liza Minnelli and sang “Buckle Down, Winsocki” on the Original Cast album. His TV credits range from Mary Martin’s “Peter Pan” to “Cheers”, “Kojak”, “The Ed Sullivan Show” and two years as “Paul Stewart” on “As the World Turns.” Directors he has worked with include Elia Kazan, Stella Adler, Herb Ross, George Abbott, George Roy Hill, Bobby Lewis, Peter Hunt, George Schaeffer, Robert Moore, Alan Schneider, Joe Layton, Gene Saks, Martin Charnin and Jerome Robbins. Mr. Gaynes is also the Founder and Artistic Director of “Legends-The Musicals of Off-Broadway”, which recently presented it’s Premiere production – Promenade – at New World Stages in New York City.     Mr. Gaynes currently operates St. Luke’s Theatre, and Actors Temple Theatre in New York’s Midtown Theatre District as well as the Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center and Sherry Theatre in the NoHo Theatre District of L.A.

 Paul Storiale

(Coordinator)

is elated to have been asked to be a part of this production.

Recently, Paul’s play “the Columbine Project” had a very successful off-Broadway run, sandwiched between it’s two  LA Productions. Other works include: “One Night Stands” and “A Big Gay Hollywood Wedding”; both with successfully long runs. While not working at the theatre, Paul does nothing.

 Kelly Rhone  

(Assistant Director & stage manager)

is an Iowa native who has worked in theatre for 7 years, as an actress, stage manager, writer, assisstant director, director & producer. Kelly is very excited to work with this wonderfully talented cast & crew, & would like to thank Ron from the bottom of her heart for hiring her. And a huge & deeply felt thank you to Paul ‘Bryn’ Storiale for helping out a lonely little girl from Iowa who missed doing theatre.

Stephanie Schoelzel

(Costume Designer)

has been designing costumes for theatre, dance, opera, film and TV since 1964. Last year she designed the costumes for Ron’s play “Swift Fox; the Conflicting Stories of Willie Boy” at the High Desert Playhouse.

Paige Selene Luke  

(Light designer)

has been working in lighting for 6 years. She has had the pleasure of working with acts such as Joan Rivers, Shields & Yarnell, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Tom Morello.  As an L.A. based lighting designer, Paige’s work has been seen illuminating productions of ‘Rumors’, ‘Waiting For Godot’, ‘Romeo & Juliet’, and Ted Lange’s ‘Let Freedom Ring’.. just to name a few. Paige also has had the honor of working with The Women’s Theatre Project, The Latino Theatre Company, and as the Technical Director of The Stella Adler Academy of Acting & Theatre in Hollywood.  She’s excited to now be apart of the Bullshot legacy, and hopes you enjoy the show!

Edwin Peraza

(Sound Designer)

Growing up with a Choir Director father, Edwin got started with music at an early age. He went on to study music theory and audio engineering at CSU Chico as well as The Los Angeles Recording School. After graduating he went to work for music consultant Michael Smith organizing music for use in ‘sonic-branding’ and live performances. With experience in live sound, he has spent the last two years combining sound reinforcement and sound design at The Los Angeles Theatre Center working on theater and musical productions for The Latino Theatre Company, Robey Theatre Company, University of Guadalajara, and numerous other acts that partake in the theater in Downtown Los Angeles.

Jonathan Beaudette

(Original Music)

is a composer and conductor for film, TV, trailers and events.  He has composed for the United Nations, luminaries, and many major motion picture trailers such as Lady in the Water, Eragon, Fools Gold, Taken and others.  Jonathan is committed to supporting humanity and organizations with music that inspires courage and heartfelt action, to preserve and honor all life.  www.jonathanbeaudette.com

Phil Sokoloff

(Publicist)

is L.A.’s most active theater publicist, representing over 100 live attractions annually throughout Los Angeles County. . He is the recipient of a 2010 Red Carpet Award from Women in Theatre for his work in L.A. theatre. Also an actor, he appeared this past season in “The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit” at Fremont Centre Theatre.

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