Troy Baumgartner has assumed the role of Secretary for the fall and winter of 2019 into 2020. Thank you for all that you have done to help the group!
Bill Hollarin has assumed the role of Treasurer for the fall and winter of 2019 into 2020. Bill has been a huge help with both our film making and theater efforts this year.
Mark is one of our general board members, his experience in the performing arts and sharp analytical skills are invaluable. A friend said that "Everything is more fun with Mark around" and we couldn't agree more! Thank you Mark for all that you have done for us in 2018 and 2019.
Quinn Strand joined us in 2018 and is one of our general board members. Quinn is a delight to work with and is our go-to person for on camera stunts and improv. Thank you Quinn for all that you have done for us in 2018 and 2019!
The emblem for the bad guys in our upcoming film short Secret Santa
President and founder of Stoops Ferry Productions. This venture has been exhilarating, terrifying, humbling, and an incredible learning experience. I am grateful for friends, mentors, and a large number of new people who have reached out and helped us move forward. Thank you.
Coming up on November 30th, we have our fundraising event 'Holidays, Families, and other Bonfires' where we will perform a variety of one act plays and performers.
Earlier in 2019 we were delighted to present Rivertown Readings #1 a live performance showcase at Aunt Bridget's Tea Room. What a delight!
In 2019 we are putting out three short films. Our 48hfp entry 'The Dick' and our intern's wrestling documentary will be available shortly. Our independent film 'Secret Santa' was shot in early Spring, and is in the picture lock #2 editing and sound editing phase.
Can a community theater and indie filmmaker ever have enough volunteers? We are beyond thrilled to have some new actors, interns, and crew members that have helped us this year. If you are interested in helping us out please send reach out and send an email to email@example.com
We are a registered 501(c)3, have established working relationships with local educational institutions, and contribute to the local arts and Coroapolis communities.
We believe in cross-pollination of ideas and networking. We love working with different groups and meeting new people to learn new things. We encourage our board and members to work with other people on other projects to stay fresh. A rising tide lifts all boats.