Stage Left Creative Team
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Noura Boustany Jost
Director of Photography and Editor
Noura is a Director of Photography, Director, and Actor. She graduated May of 2018 from Pace University with a degree in Film, TV, Voice-Overs, and Commercials. Her passion is centered around social activism films. She has participated in / helped create films about immigration, identity, toxic masculinity, 9/11, and more. She is so thrilled to be a part of this production, as well as the discussion of how theater and performers affect the world around them.
Keva is a video producer and editor for NBC News Digital. Projects include daily news editing, politics, live streams, and content creation for partners. Previous projects include video podcasts for MSNBC shows including the Rachel Maddow Show. Keva is also a content editor, and social media manager at X-Files News, the only fansite authorized by 20th Century Fox to promote The X-Files.
Director, Editor, Production Sound Designer/Mixer/DP
Janet holds an MFA in dramaturgy from the University of Iowa. Select projects: The Waiting Room (Co-director/Sound), A Measure Of Doubt by Paul Schwartz (Director), The Dark by John Patrick Shanley (Director), Our Fantasia by John Patrick Shanley (Director), Round Went The Wheel by Frank Ceruzzi (Director/Sound & Video), Basement by Michael Hagins (Director/Producer), Friendly's Fire by John Patrick Bray (Composition/Sound), CC: You In Hell! by Mark Levy (Directing/Sound), Life X 3 by Yasmine Reza (Composition/Sound), Detroit '67 by Dominique Morriseau (Sound), Experimenting With Katz by David Adam Gill (Sound), Horse (Director/Writer), Brooklyn (Cain's Adventure) by Mario Fratti (Director/Composer), Mr. Chekhov and Mr. Porter (Director/Development/Scenic), Troubadour Struck by Lightning by Ed Malin (Director), After Tartuffe by Judy Klass (Director). rolypolyproductions.com
Robert A. K. Gonyo
Field Sound Recorder and Sound Mixer
As a sound designer, his work has been heard with companies such as Co-Op Theatre East, End Times, The New Collectives, Writopia Lab’s Worldwide Plays Festival, Amios, and at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. He is a Director with Co-Op Theatre East (cooptheatreeast.org), company member with End Times Productions, producer & host of the radio horror podcast Apparitions, the producer & host of Go See a Show!, New York City's independent theatre podcast (goseeashowpodcast.com), and a member of The Best Thing Ever, a directors collective.
Field Sound Recorder
Micheal is an aspiring filmmaker, photographer, and sound engineer who is dedicated to combining the art of film with social activism. They are currently a student at Pace University in Film & Screen Studies and Art, as well as minors in Women’s & Gender Studies and Digital & Time-Based Art. Additionally, they are the co-founder of Pace University’s Film & Screen Studies Majors and Minors Association (FSSMA). They have previously worked with Ashley on Rapture (Production Sound Mixer) and is excited to be a part of Stage Left.
Melissa is a New York City-based director, and 2020 Graduate of Pace University’s International Performance Ensemble. Her work explores family, sexuality, and technology through the deconstruction of text and time. She is currently directing a devised piece on growing up under the working title “According to This”, utilizing home videos, childhood writing assignments, and journals. Other projects include “Loading”, “Mother, Daughter, Father, Son”, "Sunday in the Field with Christina", “Shakespeare Translate: Romeo & Juliet”, “15 Reasons NOT to be in a Play”, and “The Tourist”. www.melissaingle.com
Ms. Gunn is Owner/President of Soiree Fair, Inc. a Talent & Literary Management Company she founded in 1995 based in NJ. She has been a producer/company manager of the off-Broadway musical Camp Morning Wood and on the producing team of Fat Kid Rules The World in NY. She was also a producer on the independent film Nicky Newark from Feenix Films. Ms. Gunn is V.P. and co-founder of Camp Maranacook Arts, a N.J. based non-profit that teaches youngsters life skills through the arts. She is also a board member of The Crystal Ship Filmmakers, NYC that develops/represents diverse content creators.
Social Media Consultant
Sarah Misch is an NY-based actor, dancer, educator, and filmmaker. She is a company member with Improbable Stage, a movement-based theatre company, and she serves as the Social Media Coordinator and produces for Film Repertory Group, a collective of emerging indie theatre artists. Sarah is a self-taught social media nerd and has consulted and generated social media marketing content for Film Repertory Group, Improbable Stage, Full City+: a site-specific serial comedy, the Actors Forum, Girls Night: the Musical, The Living History Project, and of course, herself. Follow her on Instagram: @smischievous. More info at sarahmisch.com