MEET THE CAST & Crew
Laura Braza, Director
Laura Braza is the Artistic Director of the Attic Theater Company as well as a freelance director and teaching artist. NYC: Moonchildren, Dark Rapture, Wonderful World, This One Time In Last Chance, The Time of Your Life, The Tutors, The Notebook of Trigorin, Strictly Dishonorable, the dreamer examines his pillow, and On The Verge (Or the Geography of Yearning) (all for The Attic Theater Company); Friend of the Devil and If I Were You (Harold Clurman Theater); work at NYMF, FringeNYC, Dixon Place, Atlantic Theater Company's Stage II, InGenius Theater Festival, and Sam French OOB. . Regional: Grounded, Souvenir, and the upcoming Always...Patsy Cline (Milwaukee Repertory Theater), The Dispute and If You Give a Pig a Pancake (Hangar Theater). She has also worked extensively as a guest director for both UNCSA and NYU/Tisch&Stella Adler. Drama League Directors Project Alumnus. Teaching Artist, UNCSA. BFA: NYU. Up next: the world premiere of Jericho by Michael Weller with The Attic Theater Company. www.theattictheaterco.com
Daniel grew up in the infamous Queensbridge Housing projects in Queens NY. For Daniel's first professional acting job he beat out 800 contestants for the lead in the feature film Flight Of The Spruce Goose. Success followed and Daniel began to make his mark as a versatile character actor having the good fortune to work with some of the greatest directors and actors in the business.
Emily received her BFA from the University of Evansville and her MFA from A.C.T. Her regional theatre credits include Natasha in Three Sisters adapted by Sarah Ruhl (Yale Repertory Theatre/Berkeley Repertory Theatre); Betsy/Lindsey in Clybourne Park, Belle in A Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater);Miranda in The Tempest, John Steinbeck’s The Pastures of Heaven, Hero in Much Ado about Nothing (California Shakespeare Theater); Calpurnia in Julius Caesar and Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Santa Cruz). Emily also has participated several years as an actor at The New Harmony Project, working on new plays by writers including Theresa Rebeck, David Caudle, Constance Congdon among others.
Noelle Franco is an actor and producer in NYC. Her recent acting credits include Blue Bloods (CBS), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Center Stage), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (New York Classical Theatre) and Saturday, Sunday, Monday (Virginia Rep). Noelle is also the Company Manager of The Attic Theatre Company (NYC).
Noelle Franco is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Class of 2014). She is an actor, director, and producer in NYC. Her acting credits include Blue Bloods (CBS), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Center Stage), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (New York Classical Theatre) and Saturday, Sunday, Monday (Virginia Rep). Her directorial credits include Cowboys #2 by Sam Shepherd (The Attic Theater Company) and Sunset, a one act by Gary Jaffe. Sunset was the winner of 2016 Fresh Fruits Festival in NYC. In addition, she was the assistant director for The Attic’s summer production of The Dreamer Examines His Pillow by John Patrick Shanley.
Off Broadway: Chokehold (14th St Y), Burning Leaves (The Duke Theater 42nd St) The Beast’s Beauty (Lincoln Center Rose Theater)
Regional: Up the Hill (Eugene O’Neil Center) Why Do You Stand There In The Rain (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Peter and the Starcatcher (Smithtown Performing Arts Center)
TV: Jon Glaser Loves Gear (TruTV). David has a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Off Broadway: How To Transcend a Happy Marriage (Lincoln Center Theater); Hindle Wakes (Upcoming; December 23-February 17th at Mint Theater Company).
Regional Theater: 4,000 Miles (Shakespeare & Company); Up the Hill (The O'Neill); The Diary of Anne Frank (Madison Repertory Theater); Peter and the Starcatcher (Smithtown Performing Arts Center).
Film: In The Treetops (world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival, 2015). Graduate of The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, 2016
Past credits include The Mysteries (The Flea), Us (Dixon Place), Shelter (ATA),
Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Macbeth. Web: Go Film Yourself (Funny or Die). BFA:
NYU, Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
Al Fallick is a writer/actor whose work can currently be seen in the webseries MOVIES, MUSICALS, AND ME, an adaptation of his one man show originally performed in Chicago. He has taken classes and performed at The Groundlings in LA and UCB in NYC. He has also created a short film, “We’re Working On It”, available on Vimeo. He is a graduate of the University Of Michigan BFA Musical Theater. He is currently looking for representation.