Automatik Entertainment, Hydraulx's Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller directed by Barry Levinson starring Nansi Aluka "Jaquline", Christopher Denham "Sam", Stephen Kunken "Dr. Abrams", Frank Deal "Mayor Stockman", Kether Donohue "Donna", Kristen Connolly "Stephanie", Will Rogers "Alex". Writer: Michael Wallach. Based on the stage play "Juicy and Delicious" written by Lucy Alibar. Producers: Jason Blum, Steven Schneider, Oren Peli. Executive Producer: Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Jason Sosnoff. Director of Photography: Josh Nussbaum. Costume Designer: Emmie Holmes. Music by: Marcelo Zarvos. RELEASE DATES: 19 JUNE 2013 / 2 NOVEMBER 2012 (USA)
ABOUT THE CAST: NANSI ALUKA (Jaquline) Nansi Aluka is the descendant of a Russian/ Arabic marriage. She was born in Bulgaria where her parents met. Her father studied at the National Academy for Theater and Arts, and her mother was a student at the University of Sofia. Her love and curiosity for acting started in Jordan by watching her Father direct. That interest led her to NYC in 1993, where she appeared in several theater productions before relocating to Los Angeles in 2000. After giving birth to her beautiful daughter Ayya, she pursued her acting career and appeared in several television shows. Her most recent project is the motion picture" The Bay" directed by Barry Levinson. In her free time, Nansi studies Ayurveda and designs her own clothing line. She is also a big animal activist. CHRISTOPHER DENHAM (Sam), known for Shutter Island, Charlie Wilson's War, and Duplicity, hails from Illinois, where he worked with the famous Steppenwolf Theatre Company. An accomplished playwright, his “Cagelove” premiered in April, 2006 at New York City's Rattlestick Theatre. Denham wrote and directed the short horror film, The Skin, which premiered at The Chicago Horror Film Festival. He recently appeared on Broadway in the title role of Martin McDonagh's The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Credited Years: 2003-2014. STEPHEN KUNKEN (Dr. Abrams) also known as Steven Kunken, is known for All Good Things, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, and Taking Woodstock. In 2002, he played Hal in “Proof,” a play by David Auburn, which opened at the Wilshire Theater in Beverly Hills. Four years later he played Lars in David Eldridge’s play “Festen,” which is based on the Dogme film and play, and premiered at the Music Box Theater in NYC. In 2007, Kunken was nominated for the 2007 DramaLeague award for outstanding performer in a play, due to his performance as Michael Goldenhersch in “A Very Common Procedure”. Later that year he played James Reston in “Frost/Nixon” play, for which he was nominated for both the 2007 Outer Critics Circle award for Best Featured Actor and a 2007 DramaLeague nomination for outstanding performer in a play. Credited Years: 1998-2013. FRANK DEAL (Mayor Stockman) Frank Deal has been an actor, teacher and director in New York since 1983. As an actor, Mr. Deal has appeared in numerous feature and independent films, theatre (Broadway, Off-Broadway and regionally), television and commercials. Upcoming films include: The Bourne Legacy (as Col. Jack Hardy), The Bay (Barry Levinson), Black Dog/Red Dog (w/ James Franco, Whoopi Goldberg and Tim Blake Nelson). Upcoming television includes: The pilot episode of The Corrections (w/ Chris Cooper, Dianne Weist , Ewan MacGregor and Maggie Gylenhall), Boardwalk Empire (as Franklin Shearer), and Royal Pains. Past films include: Deception (w/ Ewan McGregor and Hugh Jackman), Flannel Pajamas, The House is Burning, Body/Antibody (Best Supporting Actor Long Island Intl. Film Festival) and Able Danger. Past television includes: Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Nurse Jackie, Fringe, Unforgettable, The Sopranos, Law and Order, and Law and Order: SVU (in the recurring role of ADA Don Newvine), among others. Theatre credits include: Broadway: The Tracy Letts Pulitzer Prize winning August Osage County. Off-Broadway: One Neck (w/ Allison Janney), The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (w/ Alan Tudyk), The Vietnamization of New Jersey, and Dark Ride, among others; Regionally: Mister Roberts (The Kennedy Center), Sideman (The Guthrie), The Black Dahlia, Amy Bock (Yale Rep), several plays at The Actors Theatre of Louisville including The Humana Festival of New American Plays, and The Dining Room (Drama Desk Award/Best Ensemble) at The Dorset. He has worked with Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Stacy Keach, Estelle Parsons, Kelly Macdonald, Melissa Leo, Michael Stuhlberg and Edie Falco among others. He has been a member of the Juilliard School faculty for the past 13 years, where he created a course entitled Play, combining improvisation, theatre games, rehearsal and flow technique. In addition, he is currently on the faculty at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Past faculty appointments include: The Yale School of Drama and the Conservatory at SUNY Purchase. He has been a private coach for the past 20 years. KETHER DONOHUE (Donna) Known for Boy Wonder, Double-Time Battle Training, and Over the GW. A native New Yorker, Kether Donohue has received critical acclaim for her performances in film, television and theatre. Donohue can next be seen in theaters worldwide playing Alice in the musical/comedy Pitch Perfect (Universal). Also, she has been a series regular on the sitcom pilots Open Books (CBS) and Saving Jason (CW), a guest star on multiple episodes of Hope & Faith (ABC), Perfect Couples (NBC), I Just Want My Pants Back (MTV), Royal Pains (USA) and most recently Ringer (CW). In 2008, Donohue made her Off-Broadway debut at the prestigious Ensemble Studio Theatre playing a lead role in Taylor Mac's “Okay”. Immediately following the successful run of Okay, Donohue starred as nineteen-year-old Ava in the Off-Broadway show “Blue Before Morning” by Kate McGovern at the DR2 Theatre (produced by terraNOVA Collective). As a major in film at Fordham University, Donohue wrote, directed, and starred in her own short film The Babydaddy, which made its world premiere at the G.I. Film Festival (sponsored by HBO) in Washington D.C. Donohue is also an accomplished voiceactress. Her voice has been heard on several FoxKids, Nickelodeon, and DVD animations as well as television and radio commercials including promos for MTV. On the commercial front, she starred with Tiger Woods in a national Gillette commercial, was the "haircut" girl in the iPhone 4 FaceTime spot, and was featured in national spots for Macy's, Comcast, and AT&T. Credited Years: 1998-2013. KRISTEN CONNOLLY (Stephanie) Known for The Cabin in the Woods, The Happening, and Revolutionary Road, Kristen Connolly is a graduate of Yale School of Drama. Immediately upon graduation she booked guest star roles on several New York based television shows including “New Amsterdam,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Life on Mars,” “Nurse Jackie” and “Mercy.” She also recurred on both “Guiding Light” and “As the World Turns.” She has had supporting roles in several well-known films including “Revolutionary Road,” “The Happening” and “Confessions of a Shopaholic.” Kristen was in both “Measure for Measure” and “All’s Well that Ends Well” at Shakespeare in the Park in New York City during the summer of 2011. She then starred as ‘Cordelia’ in “King Lear” opposite Sam Waterston and Kelli O’Hara at The New York Public Theater during the fall of 2011. Earlier this year, she shot Mike O’Malley’s feature Certainty. Kristen was the lead in the soon to be released Isopod directed by Barry Levinson and is also the lead in Drew Goddard’s Cabin In The Woods. WILL ROGERS (Alex) Will Rogers is currently starring in As You Like It at the Public Theater with Al Pacino. Off-Broadway credits include: The Submission (MCC), Unnatural Acts (CSC, Drama Desk Nomination), When the Rain Stops Falling (LCT), Creature (Page 73), Chair (TFANA), From Up Here (MTC), 100 Saints You Should Know (Playwrights Horizons), Columbinus (NYTW). Regional: Our Town and Not Waving (Williamstown), This is Our Youth (St. LouisRep), dark play (Humana), Mary's Wedding (ATL). TV: Law & Order(s), Blue Bloods, Unforgettable, Gossip Girl. Films: The Bay, Nancy Please (Official Selection TriBeCa Film Festival), Happy New Year, Certainty. Proud graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts. Credited Years: 2009-2013. From director Barry Levinson and the producers of 'Paranormal Activity' comes 'The Bay' in theaters and video on demand November 2, 2012. © 2012 Alliance Films (UK) Limited, All Rights Reserved.
SONGS: “Grover’s Corner from ‘Our Town’” Written by Aaron Copland Performed by Aaron Copland and the Philharmonic Orchestra Courtesy of Sony Masterworks By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing “Red Cadillac And A Black Mustache” Written by Willie Bea Thompson and Lillian May Performed by Warren Smith Courtesy of Sun Entertainment Corporation By arrangement with Nola Leone/Ace Music Services, LLC “Spoonful” Written by Willie Dixon Performed by Howlin' Wolf Courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
THE BAY Automatik Entertainment, Hydraulx's Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller directed by Barry Levinson starring Nansi Aluka, Christopher Denham.
THE BAY From director Barry Levinson and the producers of 'Paranormal Activity' comes 'The Bay' in theaters and video on demand November 2, 2012.
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