Time to a Phantom by Zach Ezer
Kyle's apartment is haunted, so he calls his super.
Hosts: Rachel Flynn and Ned Donovan
Senior Producer: Rachel Flynn
Editor: Ned Donovan
Associate Producer: Megan Bagala
Music by Marcus Thorne Bagala, Darren Curtis, and Kevin McLeod of Incompetech
Very Low Note by Kevin MacLeod
Phantasm by Kevin MacLeod
Playwright - Zach Ezer
Zachariah Ezer is a playwright and dramaturg whose work animates theoretical quandaries through dramaturgical forms. His work has been developed and/or produced by The Lark, The Tank, The National Black Theatre, American Lore Theater, The Workshop Theater, The Secret Theatre, The Fade to Black Play Festival, The DC Black Theatre Festival, Echo Theater Collective, The New Cosmopolitans, BUFU, Charging Moose Media, Ruthless Nightingale, Merde, The Woodside Players of Queens, and Wesleyan University; it has been performed in New York City, Washington DC, Chicago, Houston, and online. Awards: The University of Texas' Michener Fellowship, Town Stages' 2020 Sokoloff Arts Creative Fellowship, Best Play at The Woodside Players of Queens 2019 Summer Play Festival, BUFU's 2018 EYEDREAM Residency, and Wesleyan University's 2015 Olin Fellowship. Zachariah is a member of The Tank’s LIT Council and The Dramatists Guild. MFA: The University of Texas at Austin (Class of 2023). BA: Wesleyan University.
Zachariah is also an essayist, published by Gizmodo/io9, HuffPost, Bubbleblabber, & elsewhere, and a performer in alternative rock band Harper's Landing.
Adjani Salmon (Jerome) - Adjani Salmon (Jerome) - Hailing from Jamaica, Adjani is an award-winning writer-director who only writes "what he likes". As an avid reader with a BSc in Architecture and MA in Film, Adjani brings a unique perspective to filmmaking. His latest project, Dreaming Whilst Black, was the 2nd highest ranked web series in the world (by the Web Series World Cup) in 2019 with 33 Awards from Festivals around the workd. He has since written on a series for Netflix, Dave, and has 3 TV shows in active development. As a storyteller, Adjani prefers to explore the nuances and intricacies of human behaviour in order to extract and express a depth of emotions on screen.
Justin Schuman (Kyle) - Currently Tina the Tina Turner Musical. Other credits include Nice Work - First Nat'l; Ever After - Paper Mill/Alliance; Elf - Paper Mill; Hello Dolly, Legally Blonde - Sacramento Music Circus; Seven Brides - Ogunquit; Newsies - Fulton/Maine State. Very happy to have friends like Rachel and Ned who are the makers of things and the doers of dos. Northwestern University Alum. Follow on Instagram @justinmaxschuman @jshootsnyc
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