Ebony's most recent writing and producing credits include the Flint Mural Plays, the short film Ghoul Station which was featured at several film festivals and is now available on Amazon Prime. Her other producing and co-directing credits include: Typecast Benefit Concert at The Duplex, the industry concert for the new musical Dear Prospective Student, and lead producing The Women's Cycle at The Cell Theater. She can be heard co-hosting two podcasts on the Broadway Podcast Network; Theatre Geeks Anonymous and Outrageous Fortune: A "Kind of" official Slings & Arrows podcast. Ebony has been featured on the minority female created and focused blog Walking in Other People's Shoes and in Voyage ATL Magazine for her theatrical work and is a 2020 graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute's fourteen-week commercial producing program. Ebony is on the Board of Directors at Colt Coeur Theater Company and in May of 2020 she co-founded the Think Tank for Theatrical Innovation which is a "collaborative community of theater professionals who provide innovative strategies to promote inclusion, equity, diversity, and access in the creation and business of theater."
Born in Rome, Sara Pettinella graduated in art history and studied digital communication, design and photography, specializing in social documentary photography, in Italy and the United Kingdom.
Her documentary We Are One blood drum spirit is official selection and winner at several national and international film festivals (Dumbo Film Festival, West African Film Festival, Calcutta International Film Festival, Moscow Indie Film Festival, Jukebox International Film Festival, Movie Nisville Summit, Roma Cinema Doc, The IndieFest Film Awards).
She produced and directed music the videos Points Of View music by Art Hirahara, animation by Kristen McCormick (2019) official selection at the 7th Siding Festival Of Film; The Busking Bassoonist, by Sunny Kanble (2019); Brooklyn Express (2019) awarded “best music video” at Queen City Film Festival, “best music video” at Raleigh Film and Art Festival; “best jazz music video” at Audio Shoot Unsigned International Music and Film Festival (Ireland).
Vibecke is an award-winning Off-Broadway, Broadway and feature film producer, photographer and choreographer. Her extensive background in dance and theater inspired her to explore the world of photography and producing both film and theatrical productions. She is executive producer on the feature length documentary “Uprooted”, the journey of Jazz Dance. She is an Associate Producer on the short film “Double Exposure”, and the upcoming psychological thriller feature film LINEAGE. She also co-produced the world’s first Theremin Audio Musical “Falling in love with Mr. Dellamort”. Her passion for storytelling and teamwork are important factors for choosing her projects.
Art Hirahara is a jazz keyboardist and composer based in New York, NY. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Art moved to New York in 2003 to be challenged by its pool of world-class musicians. Here he has honed his craft, performing in a wide range of musical situations ranging from straight ahead standards to time cycle-based progressive jazz to free improvisation. From the traditional to the avant-garde, Art has found a sound of his own that cuts across genres and boundaries. Art has had the privilege to perform with Stacey Kent, Freddy Cole, Akira Tana,Rufus Reid, Don Braden, Roseanna Vitro, Dave Douglas, Vincent Herring, Victor Lewis, Travis Sullivan s Bjorkestra, Jim Black, Jenny Scheinman, Greg Cohen, Fred Ho, Sean Nowell, royal hartigan and Hafez Modirzadeh. He has performed around the world in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, the Middle East and extensively around the United States.