ONE-EYED RABBIT IS A NEW TELEVISION AND FILM
WE SEEK TO OFFER NEW PERSPECTIVES ON FAMILIAR NARRATIVES TO ILLUMINATE THE FULL SCOPE OF OUR SHARED HUMANITY.
MATT STEINER is an actor, writer, director, and educator originally from Sacramento, California. Off-Broadway/US Tours: Jane Eyre, The Three Musketeers, Macbeth (The Acting Company). Regional: Indian Blood (Studio Arena), Tartuffe (Two River) Television: Village of the Damned, Pandora's Box, Redrum. Film: Above the Shadows (starring Megan Fox), Bizzy and the AIMEs. Matt also co-wrote and directed the short horror comedy The Thing I Never Told You. From 2012-2017, Matt served as the Co-Artistic Director of The Representatives, an NYC-based, site-specific theater company, producing and starring in over 15+ original productions including Veritas (NY Fringe, Cave @ St. George's) and Private Manning Goes to Washington (Edinburgh Fringe, The Studio @ 345). Matt trained as a clown in Europe with master clown teacher Pierre Byland, in NYC with Jane Nichols and Chris Bayes, and holds a BFA from CalArts. Matt is a Lead Teaching Artist at Lincoln Center Education and was a 2018 Hermitage Artist Retreat Fellow.
MAREN LAVELLE is a Brooklyn based writer, director, and producer hailing from the Northeast. A graduate of Pace University's BFA Acting Program, and an original member of the José Rivera Writer's Group, Maren began writing for the stage and, eventually, transitioned to screenwriting. Maren’s plays have premiered in various venues in NYC: Composition of a Woman (Westside Theatre, 440 Layfayette Studios), The Holding Room (The Sheen Center), Under the Brooklyn Bridge (14th St. Salon Series); as well as in Boston: Derailed on Butler (Atlantic Works Gallery). Maren wrote and directed the short films Beyond Bone and Ben + Amber. Maren collaborated with The Representatives, an NYC-based, site-specific theater company, and traveled with their production Private Manning Goes to Washington to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016.
THANK YOU FIVE is an short form narrative anthology series about the unique and often unseen lives of stage managers as they live, work, and love behind the curtain.
Season One will feature six episodes, each written by a different writer, in a different genre, about a different stage manager in New York City. Season Two and beyond will explore the lives of stage managers in other theater-making cities in the US and around the world.
The series is a love letter to the hardest working people in show business and a chance to shine a light on those typically in the shadows.
little dick is an interactive, short form, detective dramedy about a washed up, former child star who reluctantly teams up with a semi-reformed petty criminal as they take over his recently deceased father's private investigation agency.
Our unique "choose your own perspective" format will allow viewers to select which of the two detectives to follow during each episode as they learn to work together and use their unique skills to solve a slew of cases.
The pilot script for little dick advanced to the second round of the prestigious 2019 Austin Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.