cast & crew

Val Emmich

Val Emmich has had recurring roles on HBO's "Vinyl," "Ugly Betty," "30 Rock," "Cashmere Mafia," "Hope and Faith," "Third Watch," and "Ed." His feature film credits include "Bringing Rain," directed by Noah Bushel. He is also a musician, and has released six solo LPs, including Slow Down Kid for Epic Records. He has toured with Dashboard Confessional, Better Than Ezra, and Gavin Degraw, among many others, and he was the first unsigned artist to be featured on MTV's Total Request Live. His latest album, The Good Names are Taken, came out in 2015. Val is also an author, and his debut novel will be published in early 2017 by Little Brown.

Anna Moore

Anna Moore has appeared on NBC's "Love Bites," "General Hospital," "Criminal Minds," "Law & Order: CI," and starred in Logo TV’s short film "Not Gay" (Director Tony Wei). She was recently selected as the face of the MTV ad campaign for "Love Coach", and as a host of the third season of Director Jon Nash’s "Venice Basketball League." Anna made her feature film debut acting opposite Uma Thurman in "The Life Before Her Eyes" (Director Vadim Perelman’s second feature), for which she attended the New York City premiere in 2008. Anna will be appearing opposite Ellen Barkin in Director Cam Archer’s upcoming feature film "Shit Year" (due for release in 2010). She also starred in the short film "Sam and Ben" (AZN TV), for which she was nominated as "Best Actress" at the 2008 International Asian American Film Festival in New York City. Other feature film credits include "America is Still the Place" and "The Shattering".
Anna recently graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at The Atlantic Theater Company Acting School, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Study Abroad program in London, UK), The Experimental Theatre Wing, as well as The International Theatre Workshop (Study Abroad program in Amsterdam, NL under the direction of Tisch Chair of Drama, Kevin Khulke). During her time at NYU, Anna starred in productions of "Poe in April" (NYU Mainstaige, New York, NY), "The Merchant of Venice" (RADA, London, UK), and "The Rimers of Eldrich" (Atlantic Theatre Company, New York, NY).

Halley Feiffer

Halley Feiffer's TV and film credits include the HBO series "Mildred Pierce," directed by Todd Haynes, "Flight of the Conchords," "Bored to Death," and "The Wonderful Maladys;" the Sundance-award winning films "You Can Count on Me," "Stephanie Daley," and Noah Baumbach's "The Squid and the Whale," as well as his most recent film "Margot at the Wedding;" latest films include "The Messenger," "Twelve Thirty," and Jared Hess' "Gentlemen Broncos." She starred in and co-wrote with Ryan Spahn the feature film "He's Way More Famous Than You." She won the Theatre World Award for her Broadway debut as Little Nun in "The House of Blue Leaves." Off-Broadway credits include Second Stage's productions of "subUrbia," "Election Day," and "Some Americans Abroad;" "Tigers Be Still" (Roundabout Underground), "None of the Above" (Lion Theatre), "Urgent Fury" (Cherry Lane Theatre), and "Feiffer's People" (Backhouse Productions).   Regional credits include "Third" (Huntington Theatre Company), "Knock, Knock!" (Vineyard Playhouse) and "Jules' Blues" (NY Stage & Film.) Halley's work as a playwright has been produced at the Cherry Lane Theatre (Young Playwrights' Festival XXII), the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and the Atlantic Theater Company.   BA: Wesleyan University.

Haviland Morris

Haviland Morris has appeared in the films "Sixteen Candles," "Who's That Girl?," "Reckless," "Love or Money," "A Shock To The System," "Gremlins 2: The New Batch," "The Last Supper," "Dear Diary," "Home Alone 3," "Rick," "The Baxter," "Joshua," "Cherry Crush," "Calling It Quits" and "Adam." Television viewers have seen her in "Elementary," "Blue Bloods," "Army Wives," "One Tree Hill," "One Life To Live," "Canterbury's Law," "Homicide: Life on the Street," "Sex and the City," "Cosby" "Diagnosis Murder," "Family Ties," the PBS American Playhouse films, "Andre's Mother," "Life Under Water and Love and Other Sorrows," and three different "Law and Order" franchises. Her Broadway credits include "Ring 'Round The Moon" and "Arcadia" (Lincoln Center Theater) and "Tartuffe: Born Again" (Circle in the Square). Off-Broadway, she has performed at Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Naked Angels, Manhattan Theatre Club, WPA, and Theatre Off-Park. She lives in NYC with her husband and two children, where she sells residential real estate for Halstead Property.

Nicole Ehinger

Nicole Ehinger plays Abigail Williams in Disney's feature film "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" (2010 release). Other film credits include "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs," "Tara," "Proud American;" and for TV, "Law and Order: SVU," "Louie," and "Kidnapped."

Maximillian Sherer

Maximillian Sherer's film and TV credits include NBC's "Saturday Night Live," "David Letterman," "Law and Order," "Law and Order: CI/SVU" and the film "No Plan."" He is currently shooting the film "Under the Influence," in which he plays 'Brian,' a major character. He appeared on Broadway in "The Coast of Utopia: Shipwreck." Max is also a regional chess champion.