Cast and Crew

Frankie LaPace 1922274_10202979735150061_4064167139325371029_n
Frankie (Anthony/CO/WRITER) is a New York based actor and writer who graduated from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2011. The co-writer and star of When the Party Ends, Frankie has worked with SOURCE Productions since he was 16, touring shows around Southwest Florida as well as appearing in the films “The Tobacco Club” and “The Holding Cell”. He can be seen in the new web series, ‘What Next’ by LittleFish Productions as well as a short film by Everett Irving called “Late Night” and has appeared in digital shorts by Macy’s and Converse. Currently, Frankie is excited to be a new addition to the cast of the hysterically funny sketch comedy show, Blogologues in New York.

Jimmy DiPaola10386937_785992762312_3784143414327704506_o
Jimmy (Evan) recently starred in the new short film, Let Me Go and is currently a freelance actor and model based in Sarasota, Florida. Jimmy studied theatre throughout high school, attending Booker High Visual & Performing Arts program under the direction of Scott Keys. He then went on to study Acting at Marymount Manhattan in New York as well as several acting schools in NYC, including “Actors Connection” and “Acting Studio” both located in the heart of Manhattan’s theatre distract.

Zara Barrie10556849_10154417252985534_2276440861549868487_o
Zara (DiDi/Costume Designer) is an accomplished director, theatre teacher, and actress. She has a degree in Acting for Film from the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and has appeared in a variety of television pilots, independent features, award winning short-films, commercials, print-ads, artistic photo-shoots, as well as serving as a spokesmodel and beauty ambassador. Zara is a featured editor for Elite Daily.

Patrick A. Jackson10156141_10202972544745806_549038154431977809_n

Patrick (Stephen) is an actor, playwright and teaching artist from Richmond, VA. He earned his B.A. in Drama from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. His play chronicling the lives of African American men and HIV, REDplus was presented at the DC Black Theatre Festival. Patrick serves as the Artistic Director of Positive Scribe Productions and is also the WRITE A PLAY Program Coordinator at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, FL.

Matt Yauslin10628114_10152503149257199_7354633754741632616_n

Matt (Noah/ Creative Producer) is proud to be a creative producer on When the Party Ends and is appearing in his first film for SOURCE PRODUCTIONS. He is a Leasing Consultant and psychology major.

Frank Piscopo 10626750_10205189536717476_5272896265533825377_n

Frank (Lady Liemont) has over ten years experience as a club kid/drag queen and has worked in venues such as Throb, Barrel87, Purple Rhino, Triangles, Ivory, Georgie’s Alibi, Flamingo Resoret, Quency Lounge, Blur, The Garage, and Southern Nights. Frank is also a master stylist with over ten years experience with master salons, specializing in Modern Coor Cuts and Keratin Treatments.

KT Curran – Writer, Director, Editor_MG_5511(1)

KT Curran is the Artistic Director of SOURCE Productions. A film director, screenwriter, and award-winning, Equity actress with films, numerous PSA’s, and eleven plays published worldwide, KT has led the SOURCE to national prominence with theatre and film productions that are seen by tens of thousands each year. KT has written and directed the films- When the Party Ends (Co-writer with Frankie LaPace,) THE HOLDING CELL, BOOST, and WHEN THE PARTY ENDS and also the ten-episode web series, FREEFALL. KT’S films have been featured in film festivals across the US and Canada, on television and the internet. SOURCE live theatre productions tour to schools and other institutions as well as to national conferences across the US and Mexico, including a command performance for members of Congress.

Alex Stafford – Director of Photography_MG_6877
Alex is an editorial and corporate photographer serving Florida and the southeastern United States with experience in all formats of film and digital photography. Alex Stafford Photography specializes in digital post production services range from basic retouching to compositing, special effects and VR compositing. Alex is the cinematographer for previous SOURCE productions The Holding Cell, Boost and Freefall – The Web Series.

Brad Bryan – Art Director, On-Set Sound150399_10201626770450632_1018921790_n

Brad Bryan provides video production and graphic design services through BRAD!BRYAN Multimedia. Brad has worked in the art department of several independent films and national television programs/commercials and directed his own award-winning, feature-length documentary. A longtime SOURCE collaborator, Brad’s credits include The Holding Cell (on-set sound, art direction, producer) Boost, Freefall – The Web Series, The Tobacco Club, and numerous PSAs.


Lindsey Nickel de la O – Assistant Director10170873_10203797535400932_269768750644019929_n
Lindsey is a Creative Director and Partner at Nickel Communications. She works across all communication disciplines – advertising, creative, media, digital, public relations and more – to ensure that her client’s brand interacts and engages its audience in a strategic, fun and organic way. Her professional MO is to create marketing solutions not marketing campaigns. Lindsey joined Nickel Communications after close to a decade of working in public relations and media planning for brands including Starbucks, OSI Restaurant Partners, Uncle Ben’s, Pedigree, DeBartolo Sports, Bayfront Medical Center and the City of St. Petersburg. She is an honors graduate of Eckerd College, an alumni of Leadership St. Petersburg, and an adjunct professor at Ringling College of Art and Design where she teaches social media and media studies. She has also won two Gold Addys, an FPRA Image Award, Three FRPA Judges Awards and the WEDU Be More Knowledgeable Industry Award. Lindsey’s passion for her work extends to many philanthropic endeavors with Girls Inc., Ringling College Library Association’s Town Hall Lecture Series, American Advertising Federation Suncoast Chapter and Selby Gardens.

James Hope – Music Composer10426567_10152869860379319_3931206479597075581_n

James is a multi-talented musician and composer who works as a promotions assistant for iHeartRadio. A graduate of Full Sail University, James’ credits include previous SOURCE projects Boost and Freefall – The Web Series, as well as numerous recordings with his band.

Gabriel Hernandez – Colorist, Assistant Editor1186293_10152369798864319_164951488_n

Gabriel is a photographer, digital artist, and post-production specialist at Alex Stafford Photography. His work includes numerous successful ad campaigns and film projects, including previous SOURCE productions Boost and Freefall – The Web Series. Gabriel is also a musician, illustrator, and martial arts enthusiast.

Frank Enright – Sound Mixing376367_10150958058073553_1189908924_n
Based in Paris, France, Frank is a veteran post-production sound mixer for TV and film, voiceovers, podcasts, commercials, and the web. His regular clients have included Showtime, Comedy Central, UNICEF, Saturday Night Live and HBO. He is also a film/tv music composer and sound engineer. Previous SOURCE projects include Boost and Freefall – The Web Series.

Joey Tricarico – Title Designer183582_10150143924240850_1091463_n

Joey is a video production and post-production professional who specializes in video editing and motion graphics. He has worked as a commercial producer for SNN Local News 6, and his previous credits include work on ABC’s Cougar Town and Free Ride. Joey brings his impressive skills to the SOURCE for the first time on The Holding Cell. He is also a musician.