Candlestick Justice Cast & Crew

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Mary C. Ferrara as Susan (also Co-Producer/Co-Director)

Boston-based award-winning actress, writer, director, and producer Mary C. Ferrara caught the acting bug in her late 20s when she took an improv class on a whim. Along with being in several improv and sketch comedy troupes over the years, Mary has done several plays and has 125+ independent film projects to her credit. Some of her favorite roles include Barbara in “August: Osage County,” Helena in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Larissa in the web series “Family Problems,” Katie in the web series “World’s Worst Director,” as the woman in the short sci-fi film “The House,” Candy in the web series “Magicland,” and Debra in the short film “Cold.” Check out her website at http://www.marycferrara.com

Randi Sloane as Audrey (also Co-Producer/Co-Director)

Randi burst into the acting world and in just a few short years has earned membership in Actors Equity and is SAG-AFTRA eligible. Having appeared in numerous roles on Discovery ID & Oxygen Network, many short films, web series & independent films as well as her memorable portrayal of Lucia Fuccio in the popular off-Broadway show, “My Big Gay Italian Midlife Crisis,” Randi was delighted to be stepping into her first producer role (as well as a cast member) with “Candlestick Justice.” Since then she has produced and assistant directed 2 other short films. She continues to refine her acting skills having studied at Stella Adler, Barrow Group, currently with Anthony Grasso, and private coaching with Patricia Mauceri. She is grateful for this latest opportunity and thankful to her new management team, Dream Maker Talent and Management. She is especially thankful for her supportive husband, children & family. Check out her website at http://www.randisloaneactor.com

Sarah Kinsey as Liz (also Associate Producer/Writer/Co-Director)

Sarah Kinsey is an actress, writer, producer and singer based in NYC. Her Film/TV credits include “Candlestick Justice,” “Jenny’s Wedding,” and Hulu’s “The Path.” Sarah has also produced and performed in a wide variety of theaters throughout NYC and the Midwest, and holds an MFA in Acting from Case Western/Cleveland Play House. In addition, she sings and plays the snare drum in 2 classic country bands, The Patsy Hank Lovechild and Bourbon Express. Sarah is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA. Check out her website at http://www.sarah-kinsey.com

Judith Anna Di Donato as Janice (also Associate Producer)

Manhattan-based Judith Anna Di Donato began her acting career while living in Italy in the 90’s where she was working as a journalist and voice over artist. After lending her voice to a variety of international projects, she made her big screen debut in 1999 with the feature film “Tutti gli uomini del deficiente.”

While she still considers Italy her second home, love for her native NY led her back to the States in 2002. Since then she has appeared in numerous short and feature films as well as television shows and commercials. Her latest role is in the feature film “Jay Mancini,” the story of a crazy but lovable Italian family — go figure!

Family, food and fashion are Judith’s greatest passions — and like Janice, she loves a nice glass of vino.

Rina Mejia as Sonia (also Associate Producer)

Rina was directed by Jodie Foster in “Money Monster” starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, and played the role of Nilda Rivera in the film “Sanctuary,” Lt. Perez in “Unseen”, and Claire in “Verdict: Guilty”. Her TV credits include a guest starring role in “Sesame Street,” co-star role in “Third Watch,” and work in many TV commercials and voiceovers.

She played the role of Ramona in the film “The Passage” which won 2nd place in the prestigious School of Visual Arts Film Festival and among the judges was “Birdman” Oscar- winning screenwriter Alexander Dinelaris.

Rina played the role of Mayra in the independent film “Nueba Yol” and appeared on episode 7 of the YouTube web series “Don’t Shoot The Messenger” and in the series “The Block.”

Her extensive theater work includes the part of Alpha in “The King of 12 Blocks” with the NYU Creative Arts Team, Christine in “Miss Julie,” and Gladys in “Leaving,” among others.

Dax Richardson as Jack

A Pennsylvania-based actor who travels to NYC frequently. Learn more about Dax at http://Dax-rich.weebly.com.

Rachel Korb as Jane

Learn more about this NY-based actress at https://www.reppedby.com/rachelkorb

Chris Esper (Director of Photography/Editor)

Chris Esper is an award-winning director based out of Attleboro, MA. Originally from New Jersey, Chris developed a passion and love for film at a very young age. When he was in his teens, he received his first camera and started experimenting with it. After high school, he attended New England Institute of Technology in East Greenwich, RI where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Recording Arts. He has since directed several award-winning short films, including “The Deja Vuers,” “Undatement Center,” “Imposter,” and “Bent,” which have gone on to screen at many film festivals. He currently owns and operates a production company, Stories in Motion, where he continues to create a variety of projects.

Edward Morris (Sound)